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The city that harbours Nelson’s ship, the HMS Victory which defeated the French fleet in Trafalgar and became the admiral’s coffin, is also the birthplace of English writer Charles Dickens. It faces the gorgeous Isle of Wight, which is thought by many visitors to be the French coastline. If you fly over Portsmouth you will certainly spot a tower than confusingly looks like the Burj al Arab tower in Dubai; it’s the Spinnaker Tower in Gunwharf Quay which symbolises the maritime history of Portsmouth. From that unmistakeable landmark, directing your eager eyes towards the English Channel, you will be able to behold the graceful trajectories of the ferries that link Portsmouth International Port to Normandy, Brittany and even Bilbao in Spain! You can get to Portsmouth via Lee-on-Solent Airport (EGHF), Bembridge Airport (EGHJ), Isle of Wight/Sandown Airport (EGHN), or even Goodwood aerodrome in Chichester (EGHR).