Are you looking for flights to Lanzarote? Look no further! Here is everything you need to know before booking your cheap flights from Manchester to Lanzarote.
How to get to Manchester Airport
Manchester Airport (MAN) is easy to get to from Manchester city centre, with plenty of public transport options available. Most convenient of all is the 24-hour bus service to the airport from central Manchester. The 43 operates every 10 minutes, or every 30 minutes at night. The train from Manchester Piccadilly station takes under 30 minutes to reach the airport or the Manchester Metrolink from Cornbrook station takes around 35 minutes to reach the airport. It’s a short 20-minute drive from the city centre using the M56 motorway as well, with short-stay and long-stay parking options available.
Manchester Airport: Overview
Once you make your way through security you’ll find a number of cafés and restaurants to relax in before you fly from Manchester to Lanzarote. There are also plenty of shops in all three of the airport’s terminals if you need to pick up any last minute items before your flights from Manchester to Lanzarote. Manchester airport is one of the busiest in the UK so make sure you arrive with plenty of time to make your flight.
Lanzarote Airport: Overview
Lanzarote Airport (ACE) is just 5km away from Lanzarote’s capital town, Arrecife. You can drive there in around 10 minutes using the LZ-2 motorway. Check out Ryanair Car Hire for the best offers on car rentals during your trip. Lanzarote Airport is also served by 4 public buses. The 22 and 23 go to Arrecife and the 161 and 261 serve Playa Blanca and Puerto del Carmen.
What to expect on arrival in Lanzarote
Lanzarote is the perfect spot for a trip away regardless of what type of holiday you’re looking for. The Spanish island offers so much to do and see all year round. Surfing remains one of the most popular activities for tourists, but if you’re not seeking thrills there are loads of activities to do. Road trips and excursions are plentiful as well as a varied cuisine including its national dish, Mojo Potatoes, which you absolutely have to try. They are baked potatoes in a delicious green and red pepper sauce. Find out more things to do in Lanzarote on Try Somewhere New.
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From Manchester to Lanzarote: Practical Information
Lanzarote is one of the sunniest places we fly to with temperatures consistently above the 20°C mark, year round. The Spanish island is at its hottest in July and August and there is very limited rainfall throughout the year. So no matter what time of year you fly from Manchester to Lanzarote the sun will almost definitely be shining.
The best way to get around Lanzarote is by car or taxi. Taxis are relatively cheap too, so if you don’t get a car using Ryanair Car Hire you won’t be stuck for a lift. Public bus services around the island are quite limited and a few of the main attractions are not on the bus route so it’s probably best to not rely on public transport during your trip.
The currency in Lanzarote is Euros, so you will need to change your pounds into the local currency before your flights from Manchester to Lanzarote. If you’re planning on using any electronic devices on your trip make sure you bring a travel adaptor too.
Ryanair Rooms has a great selection of places to stay in Lanzarote and you can avail of the offer to save money on your next Ryanair flight.
Now that you know more about what to expect in Lanzarote, search for Manchester to Lanzarote cheap flights with Ryanair.