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Major cities and airports in Isle of Man
- Douglas: Isle of Man Airport
- Ramsey: No civil airport, closest is Isle of Man Airport
- Peel: No civil airport, closest is Isle of Man Airport
- Port Erin: No civil airport, closest is Isle of Man Airport
- Castletown: No civil airport, closest is Isle of Man Airport
Time and Communication
The Isle of Man operates on Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). It switches to British Summer Time (GMT+1) for daylight saving. Mobile coverage is widespread, with providers such as Manx Telecom and Sure offering high-quality service across the island.
Money and shopping
The Isle of Man uses the Manx pound and the UK pound, both of which are pegged 1:1 to each other. Credit cards and debit cards are widely accepted across the island, and both Manx and UK pounds are readily accepted. The usual operating hours for currency exchange offices are from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays.
On the Isle of Man, visitors can explore the island using a variety of transportation modes. These include buses, taxis, horse-drawn trams, and the unique vintage railways, which provide a unique, nostalgic way to see the beautiful landscapes of the island.
- Isle of Man TT (Tourist Trophy): Known worldwide, it’s an annual motorcycle sport event run in late May and early June.
- Manx Museum: The national museum offers insights into the unique Manx heritage and culture.
- Laxey Wheel: Known as Lady Isabella, it’s the largest working waterwheel in the world.
- Castle Rushen: One of the best-preserved medieval castles in Europe, located in Castletown.
- Snaefell Mountain Railway: This historic electric railway journey offers panoramic views from the island’s only mountain, Snaefell.