Flights from Bristol to Malaga
Are you looking for cheap flights from Bristol to Malaga? Well, look no further! Here is everything you should know before booking your flights to Spain.
How to get to Bristol Airport
Bristol Airport (BRS) is 13km from Bristol city centre and can be reached by car via the M5 and the A38. Bristol airport provides a number of parking options. There is also a reliable bus service from Bristol city to the airport which takes between 30 to 40 minutes.
Bristol Airport: Overview
As you prepare to fly from Bristol to Malaga, you’ll find that it isn’t difficult to make your way around the airport. Bristol airport has one terminal where all gates are located, so as long as you follow the signs, you won’t get lost. You’ll find a number of cafés, restaurants, bars and shops in the terminal where you can pass the time as you wait to fly from Bristol to Malaga.
Malaga Airport: Overview
Around 18 million passengers travel through Malaga Airport every year, making it the fourth busiest airport in Spain. The airport has three terminals and uses two runways. After your flights from Bristol to Malaga land, you’ll find there are a number of ways to get to your hotel. You can use the MA-21 or the MA20 roads if you’re driving. Planning to hit the road? Ryanair car hire has the best car rental deals for your stay in Malaga.
There are also plenty of options if you are using public transport. The Transportation Hub can be found outside terminal 3 which provides access to the bus station and the suburban train station. The underground system connects to Malaga with trains that operate every 20 minutes.
What to expect on arrival in Malaga
Malaga has a lot more to offer than just being a city by the sea. The Costa del Sol capital has something for everyone, whether you’re looking for adventure, to learn about the city’s history or just relax on one of its many stunning beaches. The seafood in Malaga is some of the best in all of Spain, with many restaurants offering a mix of traditional and modern cuisines. No matter what time of year you fly from Bristol to Malaga you won’t be stuck for things to do. Head to Try Somewhere New to learn more about what you can do in Malaga.
Five Fun Facts about Malaga:
- World-renowned artist Pablo Picasso was born in Malaga. His birthplace, Casa Natal, is open for public viewing
- There are 300 days of sunshine on average every year and only 50 days of rain
- Antonio Banderas, Star of The Mask of Zorro and the voice of Puss in Boots, was also born in Malaga
- King Ferdinand II of Aragon said the phrase “It doesn’t matter if you cut it or untie it”, which is remembered on Malaga’s coat of arms as the initials “TM” which stand for “Tanto monta cortar como desatar”
- Citizens of Malaga were given the nickname Anchovies (Boquerones) because of the city’s reputation for producing fresh fish, in particular, anchovies
From Bristol to Malaga: Practical Information
Temperatures during the summer in Malaga often exceed 26°C. It hardly ever rains in Malaga as well, with just 50 days of rain on average each year. So it’s probably best to leave your jacket in your suitcase before you fly from Bristol to Malaga.
Walking is probably the best way to see the sights in Malaga. It means you get to see exactly what you want to see and might otherwise miss. If you are looking to find out more information about the city there are plenty of guided tours available as well. There is also a “hop on, hop off” tour bus which will bring you to all the tourist hotspots in Malaga, while being accompanied by a knowledgeable tour guide.
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If you want to use your electrical devices while in Spain, make sure to pack a travel adaptor before your flights from Bristol to Malaga.
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