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Why Fly to Almeria?
The most eastern city of Andalucia, Almeria’s medieval winding streets, historic Alcazaba fortress and glorious Gothic Renaissance cathedral provide visitors with plenty to see. The fortress was designed to hold 20,000 people in times of siege – this coast was constantly under attack from Barbary pirates – and the cathedral is similarly geared towards attack, with stands for cannons. Almeria has fallen to the Phoenicians and The Romans but no-one shaped the destination’s architecture like the North Africans. As a result, you’ll find breathtaking, unique architecture, fantastic food and great souvenirs at the Central Market on Paseo de Almeria. You can use Travelzoo’s Supersearch to find cheap flights to Almeria.
Flying to Almeria from the UK
You can buy a cheap flights to Almeria out of Birmingham, East Midlands and Manchester just as easily as you can from the larger UK airports London Gatwick and Stansted. To depart from London Heathrow, take an indirect flight to Almeria via Madrid.
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Which Airlines Fly to Almeria?
You can get great cheap flight deals to Almeria because both Easyjet and Ryanair operate there from the UK, the former from London Gatwick, the latter out of London Stansted. Bmibaby also offers a service from East Midlands airport. You can also get very discounted flights flying with Monarch from Birmingham to the Andalucian city. Iberia offers flights into Almeria from Heathrow but you have to change in Madrid, adding between two and three and a half hours to the flight time.
Mini Travel Guide to Almeria
Don’t miss a trip to El Barrio de la Chanca while you’re in Almeria – this part of the city has cave dwellings, some still inhabited by the descendants of fishermen and gypsies, often with brightly painted entrance ways. If you go on Mondays, there’s a bustling open air market too. Afterwards head back to one of the historic quarter’s many cafes that stud the city squares for a cooling glass of fresca.
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