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It goes without saying that summer is the best time to visit Blackpool if you want to make the most of its sandy beach and Grade II listed North Pier. As lots of families choose to visit in July and August when children are on school holidays, it can get a little crowded. June and September can often be just as warm and accommodation is generally cheaper, so these months are a great time of year for a Blackpool stay.If you want to catch a glimpse of the world-famous Blackpool illuminations, make sure you’re there in September and October, when you’ll be able to admire eight kilometres of colourful lights that stretch along the Promenade.In May, visitors are treated to the Blackpool Dance Festival, thirteen days of Ballroom and Latin American dancing performed by enthusiasts from all over the world.
Most of Blackpool’s main attractions are within walking distance of each other, particularly on the seafront, so you can visit all the sights no matter where you choose to stay. There are hundreds of hotels in Blackpool, and the majority can be found between Blackpool Tower on the North Shore and Blackpool Pleasure Beach on the South Shore.If you decide to book a hotel on the North Shore, you’ll benefit from sea views and easy access to Blackpool North train station. Basing yourself here means you can take advantage of the many different experiences on offer at the Blackpool Tower. These include a 4D cinema experience recounting Blackpool’s history; daily tea dances accompanied by a live organist; one-hour, spooky dungeon performances; and even circus shows. Here, you’ll also be a short stroll from both the Grade II listed North Pier and Central Pier, with its big wheel, fairground rides and arcades.By choosing accommodation on Blackpool’s South Shore, you’ll be less than a mile away from its famous Pleasure Beach, one of the biggest amusement parks in Europe. If you’re visiting Blackpool in the autumn while the illuminations are in full swing, consider booking accommodation in this area.If you’re hoping for a peaceful holiday away from the crowds, you could opt for a hotel further east of Blackpool’s promenade. Choose accommodation in or around Newton to be close to Blackpool Zoo and the Blackpool Model Village. From here, it’s just a 45-minute walk back to Blackpool’s Central Pier.

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