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CHEAP FLIGHTS TO COLOMBO
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London Airports Colombo 14 Dec 2021 26 Jan 2022 £524
London Heathrow Colombo 04 Jan 2022 02 Feb 2022 £531
London Heathrow Colombo 20 Jul 2022 01 Sep 2022 £558
London Airports Colombo 08 Nov 2021 15 Nov 2021 £568
London Gatwick Colombo 18 Jan 2022 08 Feb 2022 £572
London Heathrow Colombo 17 Jan 2022 16 Feb 2022 £572
London Airports Colombo 10 Jan 2022 24 Jan 2022 £572
London Heathrow Colombo 29 Mar 2022 17 Apr 2022 £577
London Airports Colombo 29 Mar 2022 17 Apr 2022 £577
London Airports Colombo 10 Jan 2022 24 Jan 2022 £578
London Gatwick Colombo 24 Jan 2022 24 Feb 2022 £580
London Airports Colombo 13 Jul 2022 17 Aug 2022 £586
London Heathrow Colombo 18 Jan 2022 08 Feb 2022 £604
London Heathrow Colombo 02 Jan 2022 16 Jan 2022 £605
London Airports Colombo 02 Jan 2022 20 Mar 2022 £605
London Heathrow Colombo 10 Jul 2022 07 Aug 2022 £608
London Airports Colombo 11 Jul 2022 07 Aug 2022 £608
Manchester Colombo 13 Nov 2021 30 Nov 2021 £608
London Airports Colombo 02 Jan 2022 20 Mar 2022 £615
London Airports Colombo 01 Aug 2022 18 Aug 2022 £632
London Heathrow Colombo 04 Jan 2022 02 Feb 2022 £643
Manchester Colombo 12 Nov 2021 01 Dec 2021 £648
Manchester Colombo 15 Nov 2021 04 Dec 2021 £652
London Gatwick Colombo 24 Jan 2022 24 Feb 2022 £658
Birmingham Colombo 20 Oct 2021 11 Nov 2021 £663
London Heathrow Colombo 01 Oct 2021 14 Nov 2021 £664
London Heathrow Colombo 14 Nov 2021 29 Nov 2021 £666
Birmingham Colombo 20 Oct 2021 11 Nov 2021 £669
London Heathrow Colombo 20 Jul 2022 01 Sep 2022 £679
London Airports Colombo 30 Jun 2022 13 Aug 2022 £679
London Heathrow Colombo 14 Jul 2022 01 Sep 2022 £697
London Airports Colombo 30 Jun 2022 13 Aug 2022 £697
Manchester Colombo 15 Nov 2021 04 Dec 2021 £741
London Heathrow Colombo 01 Nov 2021 30 Nov 2021 £751
London Airports Colombo 04 Dec 2021 24 Dec 2021 £751
London Stansted Colombo 22 Oct 2021 31 Oct 2021 £754
Birmingham Colombo 20 Oct 2021 11 Nov 2021 £797
Manchester Colombo 13 Nov 2021 30 Nov 2021 £826
London Heathrow Colombo 17 Jan 2022 16 Feb 2022 £835
London Heathrow Colombo 31 Aug 2022 10 Sep 2022 £835
London Airports Colombo 21 Jun 2022 14 Sep 2022 £835
London Airports Colombo 11 Nov 2021 03 Dec 2021 £844
Newcastle Colombo 25 Jul 2022 20 Aug 2022 £850
Newcastle Colombo 25 Jul 2022 20 Aug 2022 £858
London Airports Colombo 11 Nov 2021 03 Dec 2021 £916
London Heathrow Colombo 16 Nov 2021 15 Jan 2022 £933
Birmingham Colombo 22 Dec 2021 11 Jan 2022 £942
London Airports Colombo 30 Jun 2022 13 Aug 2022 £998
London Heathrow Colombo 18 Nov 2021 27 Nov 2021 £1030
London Airports Colombo 01 Dec 2021 31 Dec 2021 £1030
Manchester Colombo 15 Nov 2021 04 Dec 2021 £1496
London Stansted Colombo 22 Oct 2021 31 Oct 2021 £1885
Newcastle Colombo 25 Jul 2022 20 Aug 2022 £1995
London Airports Colombo 25 Jul 2022 20 Aug 2022 £2424
London Heathrow Colombo 10 Jul 2022 07 Aug 2022 £2457
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Colombo Introduction
It's not the most historically interesting location on the island, nor is it the most beautiful, but Colombo, in everything but name the capital of Sri Lanka, is undeniably fascinating.
Compared to the ancient sites of the cultural triangle the city is just a stripling. Colombo was only really established as a place of note by the Dutch, who established their capital here, building a colonial style town which can still be seen today in such buildings as the Wolfendaal Church and the city centre mansion which now houses the Dutch Period Museum. It's port became the centre of a thriving spice trade, and when the English arrived and established the tea industry in the interior, the port became one of the busiest in the world, with tea clippers landing, loading and embarking all year round.
With such success came great wealth, and although the clippers have long since cast off on their last voyage, Colombo continues to be the financial centre of emerging Sri Lanka. Fort, named after the Dutch fortification that used to stand here, is the key to it all. Where once there stood a fort similar to the one still visible in Galle, today there is a dense and thriving city centre, filled with five-star hotels and the twin towered bulk of the super-modern World Trade Centre. Seeing the skyline of the city is incongruous with the surroundings. The permanently thriving district immediately adjacent to Fort is known as the Pettah, and nowhere is more typically Sri Lankan. Here commerce has gone mad, the streets are packed with enthusiastic shoppers and hawkers, and the latest technology sits side by side with sacks of rice and dried spices, commodities that have been sold here for centuries.
Elsewhere the city has more to offer. Buddhist Temples, Hindu Kovils, Catholic Churches and Mosques can all be seen in the city, and despite the recent domestic troubles the city seems to possess a marvellous cosmopolitan attitude, typical of an international port. That's not to say foreigners don't still attract attention however. Tuk tuk drivers and passers by are keen to engage any visitor, and you'll be inundated with offers of hospitality or services, sometimes welcome, sometimes not. Down the Galle Road and Duplication Street the neon lights turn the city into a South Asian Las Vegas, all casinos and fast food, while Cinnamon Gardens is a gentrified district of villas and clean living. It all goes to make up a varied experience.
If anything typifies the city it's this dichotomy, where you can see the latest Toyota 4WD overtaking a hand-drawn cart, piled high with coconuts. Colombo straddles the old Sri Lanka that exists elsewhere on the island and the new Sri Lanka the country is trying to be - with the best, and worst, of both worlds on unashamed display. It won't be everyone's cup of tea, but persevere and you may find that Colombo although undeniably less than charming, isn't without a gritty attraction, deserving of rather more than the cursory glance most tourists give it en route to the south coast.

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