Santiago de Compostela airport
It is located in the town of Lavacolla, 10 km (7 miles) to the northeast of Santiago de Compostela and is an important airstation in Spain that serves much of the Galicia region. It operates with domestic flights and some international destinations in Europe and its only Terminal remains open 24 hours. It has ATMs, post offices and free Wi-Fi access. Its VIP Lounge is located in the boarding area and opens from 5:30 am to 11:00 pm in summer and from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm in winter; the maximum stay is 4 hours. It has a cafeteria on the ground floor, restaurants on the first floor, as well as a duty-free shop in the boarding sector on the first level and souvenir shops, regional food, clothing and accessories, and newspapers. Ground transportation can be done by public buses or the Radio Taxis vehicle service outside the terminal, which apply extra charges during the night (from 10:00 pm to 7:00 am) and weekends. The trip to the city center takes about 15 minutes.
Also known as La Paloma for the architectural form of its terminal, it is the most important in the Basque Country and is located 12 km (8 miles) north of the Biscayan capital and operates with domestic flights and international destinations within Europe. Its terminal is open from 4:45 am to 9:30 pm in summer and from 5:45 am to 10:30 pm in winter. It has ATMs, a mailbox, plugs for electrical devices and free Wi-Fi access. Its VIP Lounge is located on the mezzanine floor of the terminal and is open from Monday to Friday between 5:30 am and 9:30 pm and weekends from 6:00 am to 9:30 pm, with a maximum stay of 4 hours. There are fast food outlets and coffee shops on level 3 and 1, as well as duty-free items and a convenience store in the boarding area, as well as regional food, clothing and accessories, newspapers, sweets and gifts. The means of transport available at the airport are buses and taxis that are in the arrival area. Taxis charge extra charges for trips on weekends, holidays and at night, and the journey to the center takes about 15 minutes.
Barcelona-El Prat Airport
Located 3 km (2 miles) from the Port of Barcelona, 12 km (8 miles) southwest of the city center, it is the most important in Catalonia and the second busiest in the country, after Madrid Barajas airport and operates with domestic and international flights to destinations around the globe. Its 2 terminals remain open 24 hours a day and are connected with a free bus service. It has banks, ATMs, currency exchange offices, mailboxes, VIP lounges, as well as plugs for electronic devices, public telephones and free Wi-Fi access, as well as travel agencies, children’s entertainment areas, gas station , prayer rooms, medical service, pharmacies, spas and lottery. It has business centers and meeting rooms on the first floor of Terminal 2. In both terminals there are numerous restaurants, cafes, fast food outlets and bars, some open 24 hours. Ground transportation can be done through city buses, long-distance intercity buses, trains, Metro, and private transportation services. Taxi stands are in front of the arrival area of Terminal 1 and the journey to the center of Barcelona is 20-30 minutes.
Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport
Located 12 km (7.5 miles) northeast of central Madrid, it is the largest in Spain and one of the largest and busiest in Europe. It has 4 terminals open 24 hours and connected to each other by free buses and an automatic underground train. It has vip and business areas, financial facilities, ATMs, 24-hour currency exchange offices, postal, fax and photocopier services, plugs for electrical devices, public telephones, internet kiosks and free Wi-Fi access. On the ground floor of Terminal 1 and on levels 0 and 2 of Terminal 2, there are meeting rooms. A wide variety of restaurants, cafes, fast food outlets and bars are distributed throughout the terminals. There are duty free shops, convenience stores, sweets, tobacco, jewelry, fashion and accessories, perfumes, cosmetics, electronics, sports, souvenirs, and newspapers. The airport is very well connected with the entire city, its surroundings and also with other cities in Spain through the metro, city buses, shuttles, commuter trains, intercity and long distance services, taxis and even private services such as Uber or Cabify. .
Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport in Porto
Located 11 km (6 miles) northwest of the city, it is the second largest in the country and operates with domestic and international flights to destinations in Europe, Africa, North America and South America. It has ATMs, currency exchange offices, mobile phone service and a post office. Inside the terminal there are numerous restaurants, fast food outlets, cafes, bars and ice cream parlors, as well as children’s entertainment areas, baby hygiene facilities, first aid clinic, pharmacy and travel agencies. It has duty-free stores after the security check, gifts, accessories, sweets, books, newspapers and magazines, tobacco, clothing, sports, footwear, cosmetics, jewelry, crafts and electronics. The airport is connected to the urban area by line buses and shuttles (executives), Metro, and private transportation and applications such as Uber. The average cost of the taxi service is around 25 euros and the journey to the center of Porto takes 20-30 minutes.
Humberto Delgado Lisbon Airport
Also known as Portela Airport and located 7 km (4 miles) north of Lisbon, it is the largest in Portugal and operates with domestic and international flights around the world. It has two terminals open 24 hours that communicate via free buses every 10 minutes. It has vip areas, a business center with meeting rooms located in Terminal 1, financial facilities, restaurants, cafes, ice cream parlors, fast food outlets, pizzerias and bakeries, duty free shops in the boarding area of both buildings, gifts, books, press, tobacco, toys, jewelry, accessories, clothing, crafts, candy, music, electronics, footwear, cosmetics, and flowers. It also has travel agencies, showers, baby hygiene rooms, children’s entertainment area, first aid clinic, pharmacies, smoking rooms, spa. The airport is connected to the urban area by line and executive buses, trains, Metro, taxis, and private transport (including Uber-type applications).
Ferenc Liszt International Airport
It is the largest in Hungary and is located 16 km (10 miles) southeast of the city. It operates with flights to the main cities in Europe, North Africa, the Middle East, North America and China. It has ATMs, currency exchange bureaus, post office, VIP rooms, mobile phone service and free Wi-Fi access for 2 hours. It has meeting rooms in both terminals as well as a conference center, several bars, cafes, fast food outlets and local and international restaurants. Duty-free shops are located on the boarding level and you can also find local clothing, jewelry, gifts, regional products, books, tobacco, newspapers and magazines, music, toys, electronics, accessories, and cosmetics. Among other services, it also has travel agencies, a smoking area, a dental clinic, a spa, a prayer room, children’s entertainment areas, and facilities for baby hygiene. The connection between the airport and the urban area can be made through the public transport service such as buses, subways and trains. In front of the arrivals halls of the two terminals, there are taxi vehicles, whose journey to the city center takes 25 minutes.
Also known as Vrazhdebna Airport and located 10 km (6 miles) east of the city, it is the largest in Bulgaria and operates with domestic and international flights within Europe and the Middle East. It has vip and business areas, currency exchange offices, ATMs, post offices and free Wi-Fi access. There are two cafeterias and a bar in the public area of Terminal 2, as well as stores with duty-free items in both terminals, as well as shops for cosmetics, accessories, alcoholic beverages, tobacco, sweets, toys, fashion, jewelry, souvenirs, books, newspapers, magazines and flowers. Ground transportation is guaranteed through the metro service, whose station is located on the east side of Terminal 2, as well as the three bus services that operate during the day and whose routes last between 25 and 45 minutes to the center of the city. City, depending on the starting point. Taxi service is available in the arrivals hall of both terminals and the journey to central Bulgaria takes around 15 minutes.
Warsaw Chopin Airport
It is the most important in the country and one of the fastest growing in terms of traffic in recent years. It is located 10 km (6 miles) to the southwest of the city and operates with domestic and international flights around the Globe. It has vip and business areas, financial facilities, post office, electrical device plugs and free Wi-Fi access as well as meeting and conference facilities. Throughout its facilities we find restaurants, cafes, bars, confectioneries and fast food outlets. It has duty-free items, as well as souvenir and gift shops, jewelry, clothing, accessories, newspapers, flowers, electronics, toys and books. There are travel agencies, a chapel, baby hygiene rooms, a children’s play area, showers and a first aid clinic. Ground transportation has a train and bus service for the transfer to the center of Warsaw that takes about 25 minutes. Taxi ranks are located in front of the arrivals hall and the journey to the center of Warsaw takes about 30 minutes.
Václav Havel Airport Prague
The airport is located 10 km (7 miles) west of Prague, it is the busiest in the Czech Republic and the busiest in Central Europe. It operates with domestic and international flights that include points throughout Europe, as well as cities in Asia, the Middle East and North America. It has two runways and four heliports, as well as two commercial passenger terminals. It has vip and business areas, financial facilities, post office, plugs for electrical devices, mobile phone service and free Wi-Fi access. Throughout the enclosure we find restaurants, cafes, fast food outlets, bakeries and bars. There is a wide offer with duty free shops, toys, gifts, souvenirs, crafts, jewelery, fashion and accessories, books, newspapers, confectionery, perfumes, cosmetics or electronics. The connection between the airport and the urban area can be made through public transport services, authorized taxis, buses and shuttles, private transfer companies and car rentals offered at the airport.
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