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Cheap flights to Andalucía

Spain’s Andalusia or Andalucía region is considered the most populated, as well as the second largest of all the autonomous communities of the country. With its capital Seville, the region covers a total area of approximately 87,300 square kilometres, with a population of close to 8.5 million people. The autonomous community of Andalusia is further divided into eight provinces that include Almeria, Cadiz, Cordoba, Granada, Huelva, Jaen, Malaga, and Seville. Lastly, when within Andalusia, it is noticeable that it records the highest temperature in all of Europe, with an average of above 36 degrees Celsius or 97 degrees Fahrenheit, within the cities of Cordoba and Seville.

What to see & do

Andalusia, or Andalucía, is beaming with sights and activities for all ages. Some of its noteworthy stops include Alhambra, Costa del Sol, Giralda, Alcázar of Seville, Museo Picasso Málaga, Generalife, Plaza de España, Seville Cathedral, Mosque of Córdoba, Maria Luisa Park, Sierra Nevada, and Torcal de Antequera, to name a few. Mosque of Córdoba, or the Mosque-cathedral of Córdoba, also referred to as the Great Mosque of Córdoba, is a Catholic Christian cathedral within the Historic centre of Córdoba, Andalusia, Spain. It houses chapels such as Capilla de San Ambrosio, Capilla de San Agustin, Mihrab y Maqsura, Capilla de San Antonio de Padua, and Capilla de San Eulogio, in addition to many more. Museo Picasso Málaga of Andalusia Spain was founded in early 2000s, to house nearly 300 works donated by the artist Pablo Ruiz Picasso’s family. The museum has around 14 paintings, nine sculptures, 44 individual drawings, along with a sketchbook that has 36 drawings, among others. Also within the museum is a library and archive that holds more than 800 titles on Picasso, in document as well as photograph form.

How to get around

There is not much information on the transportation within Andalusia. Travelling throughout the region’s capital, Seville however, some of the options for moving around include biking, along with going by metro. Going by bike, Seville has been developed into a cycling city. The city features more than 62,000 miles of cycling paths and lanes, with an implemented cycling plan referred to as ‘Sevici’. Sevici has made way for more than 250 cycle stations throughout Seville, letting most travellers get from point A to point B in no time. Seville’s metro has stops in Plaza de Cuba, Prado de San Sebastian, and San Bernardo. For a fare, the trains go over an 18km reverse U, going from south-west to south-east via the southern end of Seville’s city centre. Other options for travelling include going by cruise, carriage, scooter, and car.

How to get there

Andalucía or Andalusia capital, Seville, is served by Seville Airport, also known as San Pablo Airport. The airport operates flights to and from destinations such as Palma de Mallorca, Gran Canaria, London, Basel, Almeria, Barcelona, Lisbon, Paris, Bilbao, Tenerife, and Amsterdam, via airlines such as Air Berlin, Air Europa, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, easyJet, easyJet Switzerland, Iberia operated by Air Nostrum, Iberia Express, Lufthansa, Ryanair, SmartWings operated by Travel Service Airlines, SunExpress, TAP Portugal operated by White Airways, Transavia.com France, Transavia.com, Volotea, and Vueling.

Flights to Andalucía

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