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Cheap flights to Andalucía

Andalusia, or Andalucía in Spanish, is a southern region in Spain, bordered to the west by Portugal, the Province of Cadiz to the south, and the British overseas territory of Gibraltar at the tip of Spain. It is the most populated and the second largest area of the autonomous communities in the country. The region covers a total area of 87,268 square kilometres with a population of approximately eight million people. Its capital is Seville. The region’s interior is the hottest area of Europe, with cities like Córdoba and Seville averaging above 36 °C (97 °F) in summer high temperatures. Andalucía has been a traditionally agricultural region, compared to the rest of Spain and Europe. Its rich culture and strong identity has greatly influenced many cultural phenomena in Spain that are distinctly recognised around the world, these including flamenco, bullfighting, and certain Moorish-influenced architectural styles.

What to see & do

The region of Andalucía is full of contrasts: its ancient cities and deserts, beaches along the Costa del Sol and Costa de la Luz, and the Sierra Nevada mountain range. Suffice to say, there are plenty of places to visit in this beautiful region. Check out Moorish architecture in Granada, including the Alhambra. Lake Negratin, one of the largest lakes in Europe, is where one can’t miss out on the stunning lunar-landscape that surrounds it. There’s also a manmade beach and a number of restaurants around the lake. If you’re lucky, you might see the pink flamingos while swimming or if you’re on a pedalo boat trip. Also visit the picturesque town of Seron, dominated by its Castle. It is famous for its ham and if you are interested on experiencing the traditional Andalusian life, then this is the place to be. There is also the old mining village of Las Menas, where you can check out old ruins crumbling amidst the amazing countryside.

How to get around within Andalucía

Travelling within Andalucía can be done in a number of ways. In the capital city of Seville is a metro system. The most used form of public transport in the region is by bus, and is also the cheapest. One can save money by purchasing a 10-ticket card if you are planning to take the bus for a number of times during your trip. There are month-long variations as well, if you are staying for a longer period of time, although this option is only available in the main cities only. Taxis are also available but are quite expensive. Inter-city or inter-village trips can be done via buses, planes, and trains. Seville, Cordoba, and Malaga are linked by a train line called AVE with Madrid.

How to get there

There are a number of airports that serve the region of Andalucía, including Seville Airport, the international airport serving its namesake city. Airlines that serve it include Air Berlin, Air Europa, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, easyJet, Iberia Express, Lufthansa, Ryanair, SunExpress, Transavia, Volotea, and Vueling, with flights to Palma de Mallorca, London–Gatwick, Gran Canaria, Tenerife–North, Madrid, Basel/Mulhouse, Geneva, Bordeaux, Dublin, Amsterdam, Paris–Orly, Lyon, and more. Other major airports in the region are Málaga Airport (Málaga–Costa del Sol Airport), Almería Airport, and Jerez Airport. Other ways of getting in include by car, via main road routes E-1 A-49, E-803 A-66, E-5 A-4, and E-15 A-7; and by trains, via the high-speed AVE network.

Flights to Andalucía

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