- Return ferry crossings
- Foot Passenger, Motorcycle or Car
- From Liverpool, Heysham or Belfast
- 3-nights hotel accommodation
- Daily breakfast
- An Isle of Man Heritage explorer pass
- Entrance to Manx Heritage sites
- Travel on tram, train or bus
Duke Travel has already brought thousands of fans to the Isle of Man for the TT Races. Now, with the island's borders reopening to UK visitors with 2+2 vaccinations, Duke Travel is proud to be able to offer short breaks and holidays to the island, with ferries and accommodation. Duke Travel's Isle of Man breaks are a great opportunity to explore the heritage and landscape of the island.
The Isle of Man’s open roads beckon with a wealth of great attractions out there to inspire your itinerary on the journey. Covering all corners of the Island our routes let you sit in the driving seat and be wowed by majestic scenery and allowing you the freedom to make unscheduled stops to uncover legendary landmarks and treasures.
The Isle of Man is an Island steeped in over 10,000 years of history. Ancient monuments, fascinating castles, interactive museums and burial sites all form part of the rich tapestry of the Isle of Man. Walk in the footsteps of the Celts and Vikings, experience a way of life like never before at Cregneash Folk Village or step back in time and visit the Great Laxey Wheel and mines. Start your journey at the Manx Museum in Douglas which also houses the National Art Gallery and offers free admission. An unforgettable experience for all.
Travel around the Island using our unique heritage transport system which forms an important part of our rich past. The Isle of Man Steam Railway takes you on a nostalgic trip rocking gently through the countryside from Douglas to Port Erin passing through the ancient Capital of Man Castletown and Port St Mary, a traditional Manx seaside village. The Manx Electric Railway winds its way north from Douglas up the east coast of the Island trundeling through Laxey, Maughold and Dhoon passing through scenic glens, landscapes and stunning coastal scenery. Snaefell the Island’s only mountain is served by Snaefell Mountain Railway travelling from Laxey up through the valley to the top of the mountain. Douglas Horse Trams are a popular attraction on Douglas Promenade during the summer months and is one of the last surviving tramways in the world.
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Champion House, Tromode Business Park,
Douglas, Isle of Man, IM99 1DD
Opening Hours: Mon - Fri 09.00 am to 17.30 pm
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