How to get to the Canary Islands by Plane
Each of the Canary Islands has one airport – with the exception of Tenerife which has two: one in the north and one in the south – so getting to the islands is never a problem. The airports in Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura and La Palma are all international airports so these are the ones you need to look at when planning your trip to the Canary Islands.
If you want to visit one of the other islands, such as El Hierro or La Gomera, you’ll have to catch a flight to Tenerife and then either take an internal flight with Binter or take a ferry ride with Fred Olsen or Naviera Armas to get to the island. Flight and ferry tickets are usually very cheap so this shouldn’t dramatically affect your holiday budget.
There is a huge number of airlines which fly to the Canaries. At the time of writing you can only fly to the Canary Islands from inside Europe, so if you’re travelling from further afield, you’ll first have to fly to an airport within Europe then take a connecting flight to your chosen airport in the Canary Islands.
British Airways, Thomson, Flythomascook and Norwegian all operate flights from various airports throughout the UK – including London, Manchester, Bristol and Newcastle – to the Canary Islands.
If you want to fly to the Canary Islands you’re not limited to UK airports. You can catch a flight from any of the following destinations: Ireland, France, Germany, Spain, the Netherlands, Italy, Slovenia, Norway, Portugal and even Morocco. Aer Lingus, Iberia, KLM, Vueling, Swiss, Air Berlin, Air Europa, Finnair, Austrian Airlines, Luxair and Germanwings are just some of the airlines which connect Europe to the Canary Islands.
If you’re in search of a budget holiday to the Canary Islands, you’ll be pleased to hear that there is a handful of low-cost airlines which fly there from all over Europe. Ryanair, Monarch, Jet2 and EasyJet all fly to the Canary Islands for very reasonable rates, with most return journeys costing less than €200 per person. For example, Ryanair has three bases at Canary Islands: Tenerife South, Lanzarote and Gran Canaria and also serves two more airports: Tenerife North and Fuerteventura Airport. It’s not a matter of luck that Ryanair has made a name on serving so many beach destinations with affordable flights including flights to Mallorca and Menorca, flights to Sardinia, flights to Malta, flights to Rhodes, Chania, Aktio near Lefkada in Greece and so many more summer destinations.
In 2012, Gran Canaria was the busiest airport in the Canaries with 9,892,288 passengers, followed by Tenerife South with 8,530,817, Lanzarote with 5,196,386, Fuerteventura with 4,399,183, Tenerife North with 3,717,944, La Palma with 965,779, El Hierro with 152,726 and finally La Gomera with 19,690. Gran Canaria was so busy that year that it was the fifth busiest airport in Spain, following closely behind Madrid, Barcelona, Majorca and Malaga.
How to get to Canary Islands
Flying to Canary Islands
Multiple airlines operate regular international flights to Tenerife, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura and Gran Canaria from all over Europe. La Palma airport receives a limited number of international flights. Local flights run by Binter (www.bintercanarias.com) link all the islands and also go to Madeira, Morocco, Western Sahara and Mauritania. Iberia (www.iberia.com) and Air Europa (www.air-europa.com) also fly between the islands and mainland Spain.
Gran Canaria Airport
Gran Canaria Airport is situated 18km (11 miles) south of Las Palmas, and 25km (16 miles) north of the popular tourist areas on the south coast of the island.
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Lanzarote Airport is located 5km (3 miles) to the west of Arrecife.
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Apartado de Correos 86
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Tenerife Sur Airport
Tenerife Sur Airport is situated 62km (38 miles) south of Santa Cruz, on the island of Tenerife.
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AddressGranadilla de Abona
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Fuerteventura Airport is located 5km (3 miles) south of the capital of the island, Puerto del Rosario.
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AddressFuerteventura, Las Palmas
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Tenerife North Airport
The airport is 11km (7 miles) west of Santa Cruz.
From London – 4 hours 30 minutes; New York – 13 hours 30 minutes (including stopover).
Travelling to Canary Islands by Rail
Driving to Canary Islands
It’s easy to explore the Canary Islands by car, and all the big car hire companies have offices here.
Getting to Canary Islands by boat
Main ports: Las Palmas and Tenerife.
Many cruise ships stop in the Canaries, particularly at Las Palmas (Gran Canaria), Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Arrecife (Lanzarote). All the islands are linked by regular car and passenger ferries.
Acciona Trasmediterránea (tel: +34 902 454 645; www.trasmediterranea.es) operates car ferry services from Cadiz to Las Palmas, Santa Cruz de la Tenerife, Arrecife and Santa Cruz de la Palma.
Day trips to the smaller islands are quickly and easily arranged.
Useful information about the Canary Islands for tourists
All Canary Islands have airports.
Tenerife: Reina Sofia (Tenerife Sur), Tel: 922-759-000; Los Rodeos (Tenerife Norte), Tel: 922-635-998.
La Palma: tel.: 922-426-140.
El Hierro: Tel: 922-553-700.
La Gomera: tel.: 922-873-000.
Gran Canaria: Aeropuerto de Gando, tel.: 928-579-000.
Lanzarote: tel. : 928-846-001.
Fuerteventura: tel.: 928-860-600.
Taxis are available at all airports. Express buses run to major airports. There are offices of car rental companies in the arrivals terminals. Tourists coming to large hotels are met at airports by special buses and representatives of travel companies. For more information, please visit www.spanish-airport-guide.com.
To better prepare you for your trip to the Canary Islands, we provide a list of approximate prices. Prices are indicative as they change frequently. Inflation leads to the fact that prices in Spain, as elsewhere, are constantly rising.
Accommodation. The cost of a double room can range from 30 euros in a boarding house or hostel to 360-420 euros in five-star hotels. A cozy room in a three-star hotel will cost you about 90 euros per night. Prices are highly dependent on the season – the cheapest time to settle in the Canary Islands is from May to June and from September to October.
Attractions. There is a small fee for entry to museums and gardens, usually 2-3 euros. The main attractions, where you can spend the whole day, will cost more – 10-15 euros. Children’s tickets are 50% cheaper.
Car rental. On average, car rental, including insurance and taxes, will cost 35 euros per day in large rental companies. It is best to rent a car for a week. You can get a serious discount if you book a car in advance via the Internet.
Air tickets. Airfare can vary greatly. The minimum prices for air tickets to Tenerife from Aeroflot airline are 274 euros + airport taxes of about 50 euros (during the low season), however, if you are planning a trip in the summer months, then the minimum prices offered by Aeroflot airlines are from 546 euros. The cost is also affected by which flight you fly: direct or with a transfer.
Food and drink. Continental breakfast at the bar will cost about 4-5 euros. The cheapest set lunch (menu del dia) with one drink costs about 8 euros. The average cost of a three-course dinner menu with homemade wine will be about 25 euros per person. In expensive restaurants, this amount will double.
Fuel. Gasoline is inexpensive – about 0.80 euros per liter.
Taxi. Taxi prices are quite reasonable. In Gran Canaria, a trip from Gando Airport to Las Palmas will cost about 20 euros. In Tenerife, the fare from Reina Sofia airport to Playa de Las Americas costs about 18 euros. Trips within cities will cost no more than 4 euros.
Naturally, in order to rent a car, you must be over 21 years old and have a valid driver’s license and at least a year of driving experience. You will need a passport and a credit card providing a deposit. You can take a car with an automatic transmission, but they are few and more expensive. Airports and major cities have offices of international car rental companies.
There are many similar companies in the Canary Islands. CICAR (Canary Islands Car) has been operating for over 30 years, tel.: 928-822-900, www.cicar.com. There are branches of this company on all the islands, and you can easily recognize them by the bright, modern logo created by Cesar Manrique. There are branches of Strawberry Autos on the four largest islands (www.strawberry-autos.com). You can always take and return the car at the airport.
In addition to summer clothes and swimwear, stock up on a sweater or jacket for chilly evenings and air-conditioned shops and restaurants. On mountain excursions you will need warm clothes and sturdy shoes. In winter, you can not do without a raincoat.
On the islands, dress is informal, although in expensive hotels, restaurants and casinos it is better for men to have jackets and ties.
You can sunbathe topless near the hotel pools. You should not take to the streets of cities, go to churches and museums in shorts, bikini swimsuits and overly revealing clothes.
All hotels and restaurants are required by law to have a complaint book (hojas de reclamaciones) available upon request. If the complaint is serious, then the completed form should be sent to the Ministry of Tourism. Try to solve your problem before this procedure, as after leaving the islands it will be difficult for you to follow the fate of your application.
Be sure to inform the local tourist office of your complaint and, in an emergency, the police. You will definitely be helped.
Driving a car
Conditions. The same rules apply in the Canary Islands as in Spain and throughout Europe. Movement right-hand, overtaking on the left, the advantage of the obstacle on the right. The speed limit on highways is 120 km/h, on main roads 100 km/h, in built-up areas 50 km/h, in residential areas 20 km/h.
The quality of roads on the islands varies. Santa Cruz de Tenerife has six-lane pistes, and Gran Canaria has an excellent network of pistes in the Las Palmas region. But in rural areas there are still a lot of country roads. In every large and even small provincial cities, traffic is very busy, and one-way streets can drive you crazy. In cities, cars should only be used when absolutely necessary.
There are many narrow mountain roads on the islands where you have to signal at every turn. At any time, goats or a donkey may appear on the road, pulling a wagon. There are potholes on the mountain roads, and sometimes stones fall from the mountains. Always slow down when passing through towns and villages. Any trip will take more time than you think when you look at the map. Riding in the mountains all day is very tiring, so try to rest more often
Parking. It is almost impossible to find a parking space in capitals and large cities. Parking against traffic is prohibited.
Fuel. Gasoline in the Canary Islands is much cheaper than in other European countries. Lead-free gasoline is called sin plomo. Some major gas stations are open 24/7 and most accept credit cards. Gas stations are scarce in rural areas.
Traffic police. The Guardia Civil patrols the roads on black motorcycles. In cities, traffic is handled by the municipal police. For violation of the rules, a fine is collected on the spot.
Rules of the road. You must carry your driving license with you at all times. We advise you to bring photocopies of the main pages of your passport. If you drive your own car, your insurance company will provide you with a green card and other documents required to drive in Spain. If you have rented a car, the insurance documents are provided by the car rental company. Seat belts must be fastened. Children under 10 must sit in the back.
Mains voltage is 220V, but there are still 125V outlets here and there. You will need an adapter for continental outlets, and Americans will need a 110V transformer.
Russian Embassy in Madrid. C/Velazquez 155, Madrid, 28002, Espafia; tel.: (8-10-34) 915-622-264, (8-10-34) 914-110-807, fax: (8-10-34) 915-629-712, e-mail: embrues@ infonegocio.com.
Consular Section of the Russian Embassy. Madrid, c/Joaquin Costa 33, tel.: (8-10-34) 914-112-957, fax: (8-10-34) 915-627-830, e-mail: [email protected].
Consulate of the Russian Federation. Barcelona, av. Pearson 34 Tel: (8-10-34) 932-800-220, (8-10-34) 931-805-432 10-34) 932-040-246, e-mail: [email protected].
The emergency numbers are the same on all islands.
General phone: 112
Local police: 092
Civil Guard: 062
Health and medical care
Any medical care other than basic emergency care is very expensive. Do not leave home without adequate insurance, which includes repatriation in case of serious injury or illness.
The EHIC allows citizens of the European Union to use health care free of charge. You can get it by mail or online. When seeking help, check with the doctor if he works within the Spanish health service. Treatment and medicines will have to be paid on the spot. You will receive a refund when you return home, so keep all receipts and prescriptions.
Pharmacies. Pharmacies work, as well as shops. The city has at least one pharmacy on duty (farmacia de guardia), which is open around the clock. Its location is indicated on the windows of all other pharmacies, as well as in newspapers.
Spanish is spoken in the Canary Islands, although it differs slightly from mainland Spain. The islanders don’t “whisper” when they make s or z sounds. The speech of the inhabitants of the Canaries is very rhythmic, it resembles the speech of Latin Americans. In circulation there are many words and expressions that came from the New World. The most common expression is guagua (pronounced “waua”), meaning “bus”, and papa, meaning “potato”. In tourist areas, many people speak or at least understand German, English and French.
Radio and television (radio, television). Many hotels have satellite TV with many channels in different languages, including CNN. On the major islands, there are English-language news releases, which include useful information for tourists. TV Canarias is a local TV station that talks about the sights of the islands. Radio FM 95.3 MHz stations broadcast in English; Power FM 91.2 MHz; Waves FM 96.8 MHz.
Newspapers and magazines. Many British and European newspapers are sold in major resorts, Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Las Palmas on the day of publication. The same applies to the European edition of the New York Herald Tribune. There are many English-language publications and travel brochures on the islands (most of them are free). Check out Holiday Gazette & Tourist Guide (monthly), Island Connections (www.ic-web.com and www.news-canarias.net).
An excellent guide to restaurants and hotels comes out once a year. This is Que Bueno (Tenerife and Gran Canaria have their own editions in English and Spanish).
If you speak Spanish, read the local newspapers Canarias7, La Provincia: Diario de Las Palmas. They contain information about cultural events. These publications can be viewed even if the language skills are very poor.
People come to the post office to send postcards and letters, not to call. Stamps (sellos or timbres) can be bought at tobacconists (estanco / tabacos) and most shops that sell postcards. Information can be found at www.correos.es.
Letterboxes painted yellow. If extranjero is written above one of the slots, it is for letters sent abroad.
Taxi is marked with the letters SP (servicio publico) on the front and rear bumpers of the car. In addition, taxis have a green light on the windshield or a green “libre” sign, which means that the car is free. The main taxi stands have fixed prices for the main routes. Usually the prices are quite reasonable. If you have any doubts, ask the driver for a price before you travel.
Impuesto Generalisado Indirecto Canario (IGIC) tax of 5% is added to all invoices.
In addition to telephone centers, Telefonica (www.telefonica.es) has local and international call boxes in all cities. The machines have instructions in English and codes for different countries. International calls are expensive, so stock up on a solid supply of coins. Some phones accept credit cards. From many you can only call with a phone card (tarjeta telefdnica). Such cards can be bought at tobacco and street kiosks. To call abroad, you need to wait for a dial tone, dial 00, wait for the second dial tone, dial the country code, area code and subscriber number.
Calling from a hotel room is incredibly expensive unless you use a calling card or similar system from your local international service provider (AT&T or MCI). Ask your supplier for the toll-free code in the country you are going to (the codes are different for each country), as it is difficult to find this code locally.
The most convenient and economical way (but available only in large cities and resorts) is private companies, which have kiosks in shops, shopping centers and other public places. The prices in such machines are much more attractive, and the conversation is paid at the end.
The code of the international operator is 025. The code of Russia is 7, the code of Moscow is 495 or 499. The code of the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, which includes Tenerife, El Hierro, La Gomera and La Palma, is 922; the code for the province of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, which includes Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and Fuerteventura, is 928. These codes must always be dialed, even for local calls.
Time difference with Moscow is 3 hours. In this case, tipping is optional. If there is no such amount, then add 10%. Taxi drivers and hairdressers count on the same tips. In bars, customers usually leave a few coins, rounding up the bill. It is customary for a hotel receptionist to give you 1 euro for bringing heavy suitcases to your room. Tips for maids depend on the length of your stay.
In the Canary Islands, toilets are most often referred to as servicios or aseos, although WC or retretes signs can be seen. There are almost no public toilets, but you can always use the toilets in hotels, bars and restaurants. If you went to the bar for this purpose, then order at least coffee. Some cafe owners do not ask random guests questions. Others lock the toilet with a key so that passers-by do not use it.
You can drink tap water, but it doesn’t taste good. Spaniards prefer to drink bottled water.
Information for the disabled
Wheelchair ramps are available at all major airports and in many hotels and apartments. Disabled people feel especially comfortable in Los Cristianos in Tenerife. For more information, see Disability View, Craven Publishing, 15-39 Durham Street, Kinning Park, Glasgow GB1 IBS, Tel: 0141-419-0044, www.disabilityview.co.uk.
Information about the Canary Islands can be found at www. spain.info or at the offices of the Spanish Institute of Tourism.
In the Canary Islands, information can be obtained from local tourist offices. Most of them speak English and German. Tourist offices are usually open from Monday to Friday in the morning and evening, on Saturdays only in the morning.
Tenerife. Santa Cruz de Tenerife: Cabildo Insular, Plaza de Espana, Tel: 922-239-592. Information about the entire island. Airport (Tenerife Sur Reina Sofia): tel.: 922-392-037.
Playa de las Americas: Avda Rafael Puig 19, Tel: 922-797-668.
Playa de Las Vistas: Paseo Maritimo, Tel: 922-787-011.
El Medano: Plaza de los Principes de Espana, Tel: 922-176-002.
La Laguna: La Carrera 7, Bajo, Casa de Alvaredo Bracamonte, tel.: 922-63-11-94.
La Orotava: Calle Carrera del Escultor Estevez 2, Tel: 922-323-041.
Los Cristianos: Centro Cultural, Calle General Franco s/n (opposite the gas station), tel.: 922-757-137.
Puerto de la Cruz: Casa de la Aduana, Calle Las Lonjas, Tel: 922-386-000.
Santiago del Teide: Centro Comercial Seguro el Sol, Calle Manuel Ravelo 20, tel./fax: 922-860-348.
El Hierro. Valverde: Calle Dr Quintero Magdaleno 4 Tel: 922-550-302.
La Gomera. San Sebastian: Calle Real 4, tel: 922-141-512.
Playa de Santiago: Edificio Las Vistas, Local 8, Avda Maritima s/n, Tel: 922-895-650.
Valle Gran Rey: Calle Lepanto s/n, La Playa, tel. / fax: 922-805-458.
La Palma. Santa Cruz de La Palma: Avda Maritima 34, Tel: 922-423-340.
Los Llanos de Aridane: Llano de Arugal 31, Casa Massieu, Tel: 922-401-899.
Gran Canaria. Las Palmas: Patronato de Turismo, Leon at Castillo 17, Tel: 928-219-600; Parque San Telmo, Calle Rafael Cabrera s/n, Tel: 928-446-824; Pueblo Canario, Plaza de las Palmeras 3, tel. /fax: 928-243-593. Airport: tel.: 928-574-117.
Agüymes: Plaza de San Anton s/n, tel.: 928-124-183.
Maspalomas: Avda Turoperador Tui s/n, Tel: 928-769-585.
Playa del Inglés: Avda de Espana/Avda EEUU Tel: 928-771-550.
Puerto de Mogan / Puerto Rico: Avda de Mogan, Local 329, Tel: 928-560-029.
Teror: Casa Huerta 1, Plaza Nuestra Senora del Pino 6, Tel: 928-613-808.
Lanzarote. Arrecife: Bias Cabrera Felipe, Tel: 928-811-762. Airport: tel.: 928-820-704.
Puerto del Carmen: Avda Maritima de las Playas, Tel: 928-515-337.
Playa Blanca / Yaiza: El Varadero s/n, Tel: 928-519-018.
Fuerteventura Puerto del Rosario: Avda de la Constitution 5, Tel: 928-530-844. Airport: tel.: 928-866-235.
Corralejo: Plaza Grande de Corralejo, Tel: 928-866-235.
See also: Bendery, Cameroon, Albania, Rhodes, Avignon, Adam’s Bridge, Belen Tower
Airport transfers and taxis Spain (Canary Islands)
Spain’s islands of Gran Canaria, also known as the Canary Islands, are famous for their white sandy beaches and Black Lava. The main stop for cruise ships and duty free shops is the famous city of Las Palmas. It is a mountainous rural island with beautiful scenery and tourist attractions. This island was inhabited by North Africans and aborigines and was called the Canary Island of Tamaran (which means “land of the brave”). The origin of the Gran Canary Islands is volcanic.
The road network has its own branches, covering the perimeter of the island, and also passes through the mountains, connecting the border with the hinterland of the Canary Islands. It has a single commercial airport, named Gran Canaria Airport. Passengers travel to enjoy the beauty of the mountains and sandy beaches of the Canary Islands through this airport and they have many transfer options from Gran Canaria Airport such as buses and taxis. A rail network was also planned.
The Canary Islands have long been popular with holidaymakers from all over the world. Crowds of tourists have chosen local resorts such as the islands of Tenerife, Gran Canaria and Lanzarote. Here you can admire lunar landscapes, palm groves, volcanoes, canaries for days, look at the stars, swim in the Atlantic Ocean, go to chic shops, go to discos, etc. The main event in the Canary Islands is the large-scale Carnival.
Each island of the Canary archipelago is interesting in its own way. All of them are interconnected by air transport, water ferries and speed boats. You can travel around the islands on comfortable buses (if you understand the scheme of their movement, which is rather confusing, I must say; the system of discounts on travel cards is also difficult to understand). You can also use taxi services (white cars with a green light), but this is not a cheap pleasure. Renting a car in the Canary Islands is not recommended for several reasons. Firstly, there are many not entirely conscientious companies that rent you a car at low prices, and only after making a deposit they inform you about the need to buy more insurance and other documents. Secondly, you can’t really ride around the islands, since a significant part of their territory is considered a reserve and travel on it is prohibited.
Prudent tourists book transfers in the Canary Islands in advance. They choose the brand and capacity of the car, indicate the number of passengers and luggage, and the ordered transport is waiting for them at the right place at the right time. Such travelers do not risk being late for their flight, for the departure of the last ferry, or for the beginning of the Carnival. In addition, they save on tips, tolls, and minor traffic annoyances.
Canary Islands Airports Taxi
From Canary Islands airports, a taxi is a quick way to get to your destination, but the car may not be in good condition. Paying for your taxi ride from Canary Islands airports may come as a surprise to you due to extremely high fares and peak factors.
Therefore, for a safe, inexpensive, fast and comfortable transfer, it is necessary to use a private taxi transfer from Canary Islands Airports. The best thing about Intui Travel private airport transfers is that you don’t have to wait long to find a taxi and you can book your airport transfer in advance.
Canary Islands Transfers Airports-Hotels
Traveling to the Canary Islands for the first time can be a bit confusing as you may not be aware of the routes and locations here. But there is a solution for all your travels. When you book your hotel in the Canaries, in order to feel free and comfortable, you can book your transfer from Canaria airports in advance to avoid stress.
Our driver will arrive at the airport prior to your arrival and will be waiting for you at the exit of the baggage claim area so that he can immediately pick you up after leaving the airport and transfer you to your hotel in the Canary Islands. Transfers to Canaria airports are carried out in cooperation with the best carrier companies and their qualified drivers. Therefore, your airport transfers are safer, more reliable, faster and more convenient than ever.
Canary Islands Airports Transfers Price
The price of transfers from Canary Islands airports is transparent and affordable, including all types of fees. It includes fuel cost, driver time, delivery to destination, toll taxes (if applicable. You will know the price in advance and it will be fixed and final. There are no hidden fees.
Canary Islands Airports Transfers Destinations
The Canary Islands are famous all over the world for tourism and beautiful scenery around. These islands are connected by planes, water ferries and speed boats. When you are on any island, Intui Travel is ready to serve you 24/7. Tourists are happy to see beautiful landscaped islands bathed in the blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean, dense palm groves and volcanoes of Canaria.
The most popular airport transfer destinations in the Canary Islands include Roque Nublo, Playa de las Canteras, Cueva Pintada, Puerto de Mogan, Vegeta, Dunas de Maspalomas and Puerto de Las Nieves. Intui Travel offers the best and fastest airport transfers in the Canary Islands. Travelers can get rid of the hassle of waiting for buses or finding taxis at the airport and hauling luggage at the airport by simply booking Gran Canaria airport transfers in advance.
Where can I book a Canary Islands Airport Transfer?
Transfer from Canary Islands airports can be booked on the official website of Intui Travel. A booking voucher containing your booking and payment details will be sent to you by email.
When to Book a Canary Islands Airport Transfer?
Pre-booking of transfers from Canary Islands airports is required in order to book a free car of the required capacity and use the best type of vehicle.
Canary Islands Transfers Special Requirements
Canary Islands airport transfers with additional services can be requested at the time of booking. Your little ones will be provided with child seats upon your prior request, which you can never expect in a regular taxi. Wheelchairs can be arranged for the disabled also upon request. The price of the transfer service usually includes a place for 1 bag for 1 passenger, and if you need extra space, you can choose a more spacious car, focusing on the capacity of the car, which is always indicated in the description of each car on the site.
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