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  • Getting cheaper flights to Santiago de Compostela

    Getting cheaper flights to Santiago de Compostela image

    Clients often ask us for information on flights to Santiago de Compostela ahead of their walking holiday out on the Camino de Santiago and we always do our best to give sound advice and offer the most up to date information however, as we are not a flight company we don't deal directly in flights. So, on your behalf we've done the research and time and time again we've come up with the same answer. . . .

    The sooner you book the cheaper you'll get your flights to Santiago de Compostela.

    It's not an exact science as flights will go up and down in price depending on the month, season or holiday but as you'll see from the graph below; on every single occasion flights booked 6 months before your Camino trip will be cheaper than flights booked last minute. We always advise and recommend that booking your flights should be one of the first things you do once you've decided to walk the Camino, this will avoid disappointment and leave a little extra in your pocket to spend on yourself or to pick up some souvenirs along the way.

    Flights to Santiago de Compostela

    All flights to Santiago de Compostela from each of the four stated locations were exact at this time (September 2016 on Google flight search) and prices shown are in €uros as this is the currency used in Santiago de Compostela.

    If flights to Santiago de Compostela are too expensive or too difficult to find you may also want to check flights into neighbouring airports such as Bilbao, Biarritz, Pamplona, Leon, Porto and Lisbon all depending on which route you will walk and where you are starting along that route. Be sure to look in to this in more detail before booking flights.

    We also recommend going directly to the website of the airline to compare with what's being offered the likes of Google flight search and other comparison sites. This is the fool proof way to ensure you get the lowest airfare on the market.

    If you have an further questions be sure to drop us a line on: info@followthecamino.com and we'll get back to you ASAP.

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