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Why Fly to Oranjestad?
The capital and largest city of an island that’s just 20 miles long and six miles wide, Oranjestad reflects the fusion of Aruba’s tropical setting and Dutch heritage. It is centrally located among the most pristine beaches on the island’s southwest side, and is home to Aruba’s busiest shopping districts and a few of its liveliest night spots. Cheap flights to Oranjestad are available from throughout the U.S. to those who book well in advance, find off-season deals or arrange thrifty travel packages. Search and compare fares online to start planning an affordable trip to this Caribbean Shangri-La.
Which Airlines Fly to Oranjestad?
Queen Beatrix International Airport (AUA), Aruba’s primary airfield, sits on Oranjestad’s south side. Most major U.S. airlines fly nonstop to Oranjestad from their main hubs, and if you need a connection, it will usually be in the U.S.
American Airlines offers flights from New York and Miami, Continental flies from Newark and Houston, Delta provides service from New York and Atlanta, United departs from Chicago and Washington D.C., and US Airways flies out of Boston, Charlotte and Philadelphia.
Discount airlines also cover routes to Aruba, including JetBlue’s flights from New York and Boston, and AirTran’s service from Atlanta and Orlando.
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Oranjestad Flight Tips
High season in Aruba is from December to April, and it’s important to book your flight in advance if traveling during this window. The rest of the year, Aruba airfares tend to be more affordable.
Quick Travel Guide to Oranjestad
Oranjestad is compact, but so is the entire island on which it sits, so you’ll likely find it easy to see most of Aruba if you’re staying at least a few days. But Oranjestad itself makes a great home base for your trip, as its waterfront L.G. Smith Boulevard is packed with great places to stay, shop, sleep and party the night away. The city’s gingerbread-style colonial architecture makes exploring its pedestrian-friendly streets a whimsical experience, and its busy harbor is a great place to grab a fresh bite to eat or embark for another Caribbean port of call. If you want to stay within walking distance of a huge variety of fun things to do, booking one of Aruba’s hotels in Oranjestad is your best bet.
When you’re not busy poking around Oranjestad’s interesting museums, trying your luck in its casinos or enjoying its other offerings, the nearby beaches are the most relaxing places to be. Eagle Beach and Palm Beach, Aruba’s west-facing and most popular beaches, are just minutes away by car. For something more secluded, take the longer trip to the island’s southern tip, where Baby Beach and Bachelors Beach make for a tranquil escape.