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Cheap last minute flights to Santiago de Compostela

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Departure Tue, 24 12 2019 Return Tue, 31 12 2019
BRS Bristol
VGO Vigo
return from £343
Departure Mon, 16 12 2019 Return Thu, 19 12 2019
BRS Bristol
SCQ Santiago de Compostela
return from £379
Departure Wed, 11 12 2019 Return Sat, 14 12 2019
BRS Bristol
LCG La Coruña
return from £448
Departure Fri, 10 01 2020 Return Mon, 13 01 2020
BRS Bristol
VGO Vigo
return from £201
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Last checked on 14 December 2019
Train
Local, one-way ticket
66%

Trains in Santiago de Compostela are 66% cheaper than in Bristol.

Bristol
£2.5
Santiago de Compostela
£0.84
Meal
Mid-priced restaurant
44%

A meal in Santiago de Compostela is 44% cheaper than a meal in Bristol.

Bristol
£15
Santiago de Compostela
£8.42
Taxi
Standard daytime start rate
2%

Taxis are 2% more expensive in Santiago de Compostela than in Bristol.

Bristol
£3
Santiago de Compostela
£3.07
Coffee
Regular cappuccino
58%

Coffee in Santiago de Compostela is 58% cheaper than in Bristol.

Bristol
£2.8
Santiago de Compostela
£1.18
( Bristol airports
  • ? Bristol (BRS)
    How far from city centre: 6 miles
  • ? Cardiff-Wales (CWL)
    How far from city centre: 39 miles
) Santiago de Compostela airports
  • ? Santiago De Compostela (SCQ)
    How far from city centre: 3 miles
  • ? La Coruna (LCG)
    How far from city centre: 35 miles
  • ? Vigo (VGO)
    How far from city centre: 46 miles
L Distance: 657 miles

Search for flights from Bristol to Santiago de Compostela

Useful information for the flight from Bristol to Santiago de Compostela

How long is the flight from Bristol to Santiago de Compostela?

The flight from Bristol to Santiago de Compostela has a total journey time of around 5 or 6 hours, depending on the flight path and stopover routes.

What are the most common stopovers?

The most common stopover cities for cheap flights from Bristol to Santiago de Compostela are Dublin, Madrid, Barcelona, and Frankfurt.

What documentation do I need to fly to Santiago de Compostela from Bristol?

Travelling on a flight arriving from outside the Schengen Area, you will need to show a valid passport to travel from Bristol to Santiago de Compostela.

Which airlines fly from Bristol to Santiago de Compostela?

Several airlines operate cheap flights between Bristol and Santiago de Compostela, including:

  • Aer Lingus, Ireland's national flag carrier airline, based in Dublin.
  • Lufthansa, Germany's national flag carrier airline, with multiple national and international hubs.
  • Iberia, the national airline of Spain, headquartered at Madrid–Barajas Airport.

How to find cheap flights from Bristol to Santiago De Compostela

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When are the best times to fly from Bristol to Santiago De Compostela?

  • April is a special time in Santiago de Compostela, when spring weather starts to arrive and Easter events taking place everywhere display the importance of the Catholic faith to this city.
  • July is the peak of summer in Santiago de Compostela, and time for the exciting Festival of St. James, filled with music, arts, and religious services.
  • August in Santiago De Compostela has much milder temperatures than other parts of Spain. If temperatures in the high 20s C are your cup of tea, then it's an excellent choice for your Spanish summer holiday.

Airports in Bristol

Bristol is served directly by one major airport operating both international and domestic flights: Bristol Airport (BRS).

Useful information about Bristol Airport

Bristol Airport is located in Lulsgate Bottom, approximately 8 miles south-west of Bristol City Centre.

How to get to the airport:

  • By taxi or car – 15 to 20 minutes from the city centre, via the A38 and A370.
  • By bus – 25 to 30 minutes on the Airport Flyer express bus from Bristol Temple Meads railway station or Bristol Bus & Coach Station, operating 24/7, departures every 10 minutes during peak hours.
  • By train – frequent direct services to Bristol Temple Meads railway station from many locations, then 25 minutes to the airport by connecting express coach.

Services: fast-track security, business facilities, airport hotels, ATMs and currency exchange, executive lounges, special disability assistance, designated smoking areas, disabled toilets, Wi-Fi, wide range of shops, cafes, restaurants, and bars.

Airports in Santiago de Compostela

Santiago de Compostela is served by one international airport: Santiago de Compostela Airport (SCQ).

Useful information about Santiago de Compostela Airport

Santiago de Compostela Airport is located 7 miles from the centre of Santiago de Compostela.

How to get from the airport to Santiago de Compostela:

  • By taxi – fixed-fare taxis from just outside arrivals, 24/7, 15 minutes to the city centre.
  • By bus – 25 minutes to Plaza de Galicia in the city centre, running frequently, also stopping at the railway station.
  • By car – 15 to 20 minutes to the city centre, multiple car hire companies at the airport.

Services: free Wi-Fi, disability toilets, post office, medical facilities, passenger assistance services, car rental, tourist information desks, tax-free shopping, and a collection of shops, cafeterias, and restaurants.

What to do and visit in Santiago de Compostela

  • Learn about Galicia region's unique history at the Museum of the Galician People, or see the best of Santiago de Compostela's modern art scene at the Galician Centre of Contemporary Art.
  • Visit the historic University of Santiago De Compostela to see some of northern Spain's best examples of Romanesque archictecture; the imposing San Jeronimo College is not to be missed.
  • Buy some delicious produce from the iconic Praza de Abastos market, one of the biggest and most authentic local markets in Spain.
  • Cool off by the fountain at the Square of the Silversmiths, climb the stairs at Quintana Square, or take a walking tour through the picturesque Old Town.
  • Watch crowds of pilgrims arrive from all over the world at Praza do Obradoiro, the end point for the Way of St. James. Then, marvel at the ornate architectural design of the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, which houses the tomb of St. James.
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