Cheap flights to Maine

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With more than 30 state parks, an abundant forested area and a staggering 5,500-mile coastline, Maine is possibly the most serene state in the US.

Visitors coming off flights to Maine will immediately be transported into a place of tranquility and enjoy swimming in the cool lakes, drying off under a tree and picnicking under the clouds. In summer the sounds of loons provide a soothing wake up call before an invigorating canoe ride through one of Maine’s 2,500 lakes. There is no shortage of things to see and do in Maine from the Bar Harbor scenic region and Acadia National Park to Allagash National Wilderness Waterway, the Wadsworth-Longfellow House in Portland

Maine is also one of the largest producers of farm goods in the country. Apples, potatoes, dairy products and poultry are the top selling items from the state. A trip to Maine isn’t complete without feasting on its famous lobster. Pick a quiet stop on a pier and watch the sun set while enjoying some freshly cooked crustacean or if you’re visiting in summer the Maine Lobster Festival takes place in July and August.

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Maine climate

In winter Maine can get very snowy and cold. Temperatures in January drop to six degrees (Celsius). The temperature in summer is mild with the warmest days in July and the most humid days in August.

When is the best time to fly to Maine?

Peak Season:
If you’re looking for cheap flights to Maine then summer is the wrong time since its high season. During this season Mount Desert Island receives two million visitors.

Another popular season to visit Maine is in winter when ski enthusiasts arrive to hit the slopes.

Off Season:
In mid-May and sometimes even in June the weather can get unpredictable and muddy. Early summer is quieter, with less crowds however mosquitoes and black flies are plentiful.

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Getting around Maine

Train and bus service is limited, making it harder to get around the state. The best and easiest way to get around its cities and towns is by walking. 

In Arcadia National Park there are lots of bike trails, but biking on main roads can be dangerous.

The best way for getting around is by car since, apart from rush hour, traffic tends to be light.

Drivers should be wary of moose crossing signs and collisions between moose and cars are becoming more common.

What is good to know if travelling to Maine?

  • Outdoor enthusiasts should take a trip to Arostook, Maine’s largest county in the north. Canoeing and fishing can be done on any of its 2,000 lakes and rivers while cross-country skiing on its mountains is popular during winter.
  • New England’s boating capital is Boothbay Harbour. It’s one of the largest harbours in the area and visitors can stay here overnight and enjoy the town’s restaurants and shops, or take a boat out on the water.
  • Maine’s largest city is Portland and one its many attractions are the lighthouses surrounding the city. The oldest in the state is the Portland Head Light which has been operating since 1791. The lighthouse keeper’s house has now been turned into a museum.
  • Visit the poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s childhood home, Wadsworth-Longfellow House. The house, which is run by the Maine Historical Society, has been restored to how it would have looked in the 1850s.
  • Don’t miss a trip to the Trenton Bridge Lobster Pound, one of the best-loved lobster restaurants in the area, a must when visiting Maine.
  • Acadia National Park off Maine’s coast consists of more than 30,000 acres of coastline, mountains, lakes and woodland with some 40 species of wildlife.

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