The new terminal at the Airport of Sofia is just few kilometers away from downtown Sofia. If you have not arranged your transportation after getting of the plane, you should know that there are a few ways to get to a hotel or anywhere in the city.
Unfortunately the subway in Sofia is still under construction, so you can either take a bus 284, Minibus or a Taxi.
My advise is to use the airports facilities to order a cab. The ones you see on the picture waiting in front of the airport a couple of times more expensive.
You can as well get on a bus. The number of the bus that goes to the new terminal is 284 and it will take you for less than 50 euro cents to downtown Sofia. You can also take this bus if you want to reach the old terminal. There you can find better cab to take you where ever you want.
You can also catch a minibus. You can see one in front of the airport and on the picture below. It will cost you like 70 cents to 1 euro. It will as well take you to downtown Sofia.
Depending on the cab you use and the destination of your trip the price will be between 5 - 15 euros this is what you can expect to be charged if you are to be transported within the city of Sofia.
Venice is a place, where you can see history come alive in front of you. Not much could be said about Venice though, because there are so many sources that will give all the reference information that you will ever need.
The reason I am writing this small article is that I want to share my experience of being in Venice, and hopefully help some of you have the greatest time ever. In my opinion there is couple of things you should prepare for:
Here I will try to give the information about how to get to Geneva Airport. There are of course several ways off getting to the airport like:
1. With a car or with a taxi: the airport is about 3 miles from downtown Geneva. If no traffic jams it will take you about 15 minutes to get to the airport. If using a taxi it will cost you between 22 - 28 Euros
2. By bus: there are couple of bus lines leading to the airport. Public transportation ones are 18 and 10 departing respectively from Place Bel Air every ten minutes and United Nations Building leaving on every 30 minutes.
3. By Rail: journey time of about 7 minutes and ticket price is about 6 Euros for first ticket class makes it a preferred way of transportation from the city to the airport.
Flying with low cost airlines can get you all around Europe. The thing you should not forget though is that when choosing this way of transportation you should very carefully plan each step of your trip.
Have you ever asked yourself why are the low cost airlines so cheap?! The answer is because they are using other airports then the usual and that is why you get cheaper airport taxes. These taxes in some cases might be more than the half of the price of the ticket.
Flying to an airport that is away from the big airports and cities, with low fares will cause on land transportation problems for you. That is why you must plan everything upon the departure. Make sure that you know how to get transported from the airport you arrived at to the destination you want get at.
Planning everything will help you save money and enjoy your trip.
Travelling between Boston and Provincetown can be done in several ways:
This blog is intended to give the reference information for transportation around the world. If anyone want to share as a comment or a post, his/her experience traveling around the world I would appreciate it. Hopefully this one is going to become an online travel and transportation share spot. Looking forward to see you around.