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Blantyre Overview

Cheap flights to Blantyre
Take our cheap flights to Blantyre and visit a suburban city that is the birthplace of David Livingstone. Blantyre was founded in the late 18th century as a cotton mill. With our cheap flights to Blantyre visit the David Livingstone centre which tells the story of the passionate and pious doctor, missionary and explorer, how he struggled and how he overcame the obstacles in life and paved the way for himself working in a mill as a child and getting into a university for medicine when literacy was a second priority to most, his battle with slavery and his famous meeting with Stanley. There’s also an African wildlife feature and the best picnic spot of the area. Take a trip to Bothwell Castle, a 13th century castle and one of the best in Scotland. The green backdrop provides a beautifully stark contrast to the red sandstone roofless structure. So fly with us with our cheap flights to Blantyre and ensure a comfortable and convenient trip for yourself and make sure that you’d be well rested and relaxed on your trip before your journey to discover this great city begins.

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6 facts about Blantyre


Blantyre is the second biggest city in Malawi with populace of 661,256 occupants. It is the focal point of trade and back in Malawi.


Blantyre is the capital of the Southern Region and of Blantyre District.


It is the central business and mechanical focus of Malawi with bond, nourishment and tobacco preparing, and material ventures.


The city is additionally on the rail line that gives the landlocked country indispensable access to ports on the Indian Ocean in Mozambique.


Blantyre was established in 1876 as a Church of Scotland mission station and was named for the origin of David Livingstone.


In 1956, Blantyre was joined with Limbe to shape one city.

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