Category Archive: Tranport

Mar 06

Rent a car Mallorka – roules and cost

Mallorca is the largest island of the Balearic archipelago. Its dimensions are 98 km in length and 78 in width. Mallorca is famous for its mountains, coves, beaches, old towns, mills. On this island there is something to see. But due to the limited time of vacation (for holidays usually takes 7-14 days) tourists can …

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Jan 05

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria airport – transfer and its cost

  Las Palmas de Gran Canaria airport is the air gateway to the third largest island of the Canary archipelago. Millions of tourists from Europe and other parts of the world come here every year to see the unique nature of the “continent in miniature”, as Gran Canaria is also called. Since the airport is …

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Oct 30

Barcelona airport El Prat – how to get to the center

The capital of Catalonia is visited annually by about 18 million tourists. Many of them prefer to travel to it by air. In this case, their path lies in Airport of Barcelona, called El Prat , located 14 kilometers from the city. Walking with suitcases or a heavy backpack behind you, you do not want …

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May 16

Rent a car in Tenerife – Fares and Tips

In recent years, among travelers, car rental in Tenerife has become a very popular service. “The island of eternal spring,” as Tenerife is also called, is quite large. There are many attractions: the ocean, beautiful beaches in the south, the national park with the Teide volcano in the central part of the island, the pyramids …

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May 03

Tenerife South Airport – how to get to resorts

The airport is the first place where travelers get to, traveling to the country where they are going to spend a honeymoon, a vacation or a long-awaited vacation. Up to the Canary Island of Tenerife by air from Europe you need to get at least 4 hours. Naturally, after a long journey all tourists want …

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Mar 27

Public transport of Tenerife

When you arrive at the island of the Canary archipelago that has long been beckoning to you, you understand that walking it on foot is not an option. Public transportation on Tenerife, car hire or taxi – that’s what you need to move from place to place. The island is big enough, and even if …

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