Planning to book Liverpool to Malaga flights? We’ve got everything you need to know before you jet off to the sun on your cheap flights to Malaga from Liverpool.
Liverpool Airport Overview
Your flights from Liverpool to Faro will depart from Liverpool John Lennon airport which is one of the busiest airports in the UK. Liverpool airport is located just 12km away from Liverpool city centre and is very accessible via public transport. Getting to the airport via public transport is easy. The 500 airport express bus runs every half hour and takes just 25 minutes. If travelling by train, you’ll find connections from Liverpool Central train station with Merseyrail service to Liverpool South Parkway and onward bus connections to the Airport.
If travelling to Liverpool John Lennon Airport via public transport, it’s worth allowing extra time to get through security so that you can enjoy the various shops, bars and restaurants before you head to the gate.
Malaga Airport Overview
Your Liverpool to Malaga flights will land in Malaga airport, which is located 8 km southwest of Malaga city centre. Malaga airport is the fourth busiest airport in Spain with just under 20 million passengers passing through the airport every year. When getting from the airport to the city centre, you’ll find several public transport options available to you. An underground station for Cercanías Malaga commuter trains connects the airport to Malaga city centre. Trains run every 20 minutes between Malaga City and Fuengirola via Malaga Airport. When travelling by bus, the Line A Express Malaga Airport to Malaga City Bus takes you from Malaga Airport to Malaga City Centre, stopping at 10 bus stops along the way. The total journey time is around 15 – 25 minutes depending on time of day and traffic.
What to Expect on arrival at Malaga?
Make the most of your cheap Liverpool to Malaga flights, by seeing as much of Malaga and the Costa del Sol as possible during your trip.
Malaga is steeped in history and culture and is considered one of the oldest and most historic cities in the world. Instagram-worthy sights include the ancient Roman theatre, as well as the Alcazaba of Malaga, a hilltop Moorish-style medieval fortress which overlooks the sea.
The city is also renowned for its museums and is also the birthplace of Pablo Picasso. Don’t miss the Museo Picasso Malaga which features over 280 of his works. For more inspiration on things to see and do in Malaga, check out Try Somewhere New.
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From Liverpool to Malaga: Practical Information
Some practical information to keep in mind when you fly Liverpool to Malaga:
Malaga enjoys blisteringly hot summers with very high temperatures during the high season so be sure to pack plenty of sun cream.
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