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London Tacloban City from £600

The flight from London to Tacloban City takes roughly 28 hours. Philippine Airlines is currently the only airline operating flights to the area. The departure airport will either be Heathrow or Gatwick, although the majority of flights leave from Heathrow. There are several flights a day to Tacloban City from London. You can search for a flight online using a comparison tool to find a cheap flight option. All flights between London and Tacloban City will make at least one stop in another part of the Philippines, most often Manila. Some flights make two or more stops; these stopovers lengthen your journey by several hours, and can even make the price of your ticket more expensive, so are best avoided. Daniel Z. Romualdez Airport is the main airport serving the area and all flights land here. The airport is less than three miles from the city centre, so the journey by taxi should take no more than 5 minutes. Fares are very cheap.

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  • 1557

    London - Tacloban City

    Emirates
    05/11/2017 2 stop(s) Duration 25h35
    Emirates
    13/11/2017 2 stop(s) Duration 25h10
    from £630.28
  • 1557

    London - Tacloban City

    Philippines Airlines
    05/11/2017 1 stop(s) Duration 23h40
    Philippines Airlines
    13/11/2017 1 stop(s) Duration 34h05
    from £775.82

Cheap London - Tacloban City Flights

To travel between London and Tacloban City at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for London - Tacloban City flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest London - Tacloban City flights by departure date.

Sightseeing Tacloban City 1 White Beach

One of the top spots for sunbathers, White Beach offers beautiful, soft white sands and a crystal clear blue ocean perfect for swimming. The area attracts a lot of vendors so you will be able to buy snacks and beverages as well as souvenirs at the beach.

2 Sto Nino Shrine and Heritage Museum

Sto Nino Shrine and Heritage Museum is a former presidential palace built for Imelda Marcos, wife of the former president. The house has never been occupied and is now preserved as a museum where visitors can observe the opulent luxury to which the president was accustomed. No shoes are allowed inside; visitors must wear the slippers provided.

3 San Juanico Bridge

The longest bridge in the Philippines, the interesting metal bridge spans over 2 kilometres of water, and can be driven across as part of the Pan-Philippine Highway. Crossing from one side to the other will take you into Leyte from Samar, crossing over a long stretch of water on either side of the road.

4 Salvacion Falls

A drive and then a short hike away from the city centre, Salvacion falls is a natural waterfall set in a beautiful forest. In rainy season visitors you will be able to enjoy the sight of the water crashing into a beautiful blue lake, leading into smaller rivers and natural pools.

5 Madonna of Japan

A religious shrine and statue set in the grounds of park.

Required travel documents for Philippines

The time difference is 8 hours, and Tacloban City is forwards. You will need a passport to enter the country; biometric passports can be scanned at customs and will get you through much quicker. You do not need a visa if your intended stay is for less than 30 days, but your passport must be valid for at least 6 months after your visit. A stay in Tacloban City is sure to be unforgettable, offering warm weather, a relaxing atmosphere and spectacular scenery. The many attractions in the area include sandy beaches, green parks, stunning architecture and more. Everything in Tacloban City is very cheap, but be sure to budget your time so you can fit everything in.