Bristol’s Clifton Suspension Bridge is postcard-ready.
Bristol’s Clifton Suspension Bridge is postcard-ready.

WOW Air got everyone’s attention with cheap flights to Iceland out of BWI. The budget airline has since expanded beyond its home of Iceland to more of Europe, and the list is growing again soon with a new stop on another isle.

Bristol, England, becomes the second UK destination for the airline. The airline will offer three-days-a-week flights to the southwest England city. The airline says the flights are as low as $150, and route through Iceland.

While it may not be on your bucket list (yet), Bristol sounds like the kind of place it would be worth checking out for a cheap flight. It’s got a thriving arts scene, and the Clifton Suspension Bridge looks impressive from the pictures. Plus, there are nearby historic sites to visit like Bath and Gloucester. We might also suggest a fact-finding mission, as the city just introduced buses powered by raw sewage. Transit and wastewater in one? Sounds made for Baltimore.

Stephen Babcock

Stephen Babcock is the editor of Baltimore and an editor-at-large of Baltimore Fishbowl.

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