If you’re a frequent traveler or even an Average Joe, you are surely wondering about the prices of tickets to reach your specific destination. Here at TMMS-Tenerife, we specialize in documentation of the island, holiday adventures, and so much more, so we can surely tell you a thing or two about flights to and from the island as well.
Flights within Europe
Flights within Europe are not news to anyone – if you’re an EU citizen you have a free realm; where it gets tricky is when long-range flights get into the radar: and Tenerife is surely within that radar. Tenerife is located very near the continental United States and that comes with its advantages and disadvantages, and that’s what confuses a lot of people: some people automatically think that Tenerife is not part of the EU, although that’s not the case.
If you’re not an EU citizen, you can only legally stay in Tenerife for up to 90 days – if you’re from the EU, you’re free to stay however long you want.
Flights to Tenerife
Flights to Tenerife are usually pretty expensive; part of that has to do with the location of the island (as we’ve already mentioned, Tenerife is very near the continental US), but another part of it has to do with the fact that the island has sunny climate all year round; September-December are the most popular months for tourists to visit since during these months, climate within their own countries gets colder and colder. Tenerife is warm and sunny all year round.
Flights to Tenerife are sometimes also booked through traveling agencies and whatever’s the case for you, we suggest you book a flight as soon as possible – the longer you wait, the bigger the ticket price will be.
Flights to Tenerife, depending on where you’re flying from, will set you back somewhere from 100 to 600 EUR a ticket (only one-way tickets are included.)
Before boarding, keep in mind the airport name – there are two airports in Tenerife: North and South.
The North, as we’ve already blogged and told you before, is often pretty rainy compared to the south, so keep that in mind. That doesn’t mean you will need a raincoat when you find yourself in the northern part of the island, however, you will need a couple of warmer clothes.
Once you’ve successfully landed in Tenerife, reaching your destination will be easy – just grab a bus (one ticket costs around 1.50 EUR) or a taxi (if you’re taking a cab, keep in mind they’re usually quite expensive), and have fun!
Once you come to a point where you need some attractions, check our Holidays page and choose from there. We can offer:
- Excursions by bus
- Shows and night activities
- Excursions in multiple languages (Lithuanian, Spanish, and Polish – ask)
- Water-based activities (waterboarding, surfing, etc.)
- A chance to visit other islands and cities (have you heard of Candelaria? It’s awesome!)
Contact us now and we will surely arrange something that works for you. We await your enquiry!