Many airlines offer flexible change policies
Those booking cheap flights to Sicily will be rewarded with plenty of dreamy sights and zesty scents. The light from the terracotta walls make this a place of marvel, while the alluring aromas of its exotic cuisine spill into the air. They’re not the only scents – it’s easy to become intoxicated by the tangy balm of the island’s trees. Sicily has a landscape that encapsulates the glistening sea, soaring mountains and a smouldering volcano. If this juxtaposition of natural wonders wasn’t enough to seduce you, a rich history offers eye-opening wonders.
July and August are bustling with happy holidaymakers, and the popular beaches of the island are packed. Obviously, these are ideal months for those booking flights to Sicily for their summer holidays. This is when prices are at their highest, however, so for those wanting a cheap flight to Sicily, November to March are the best months to visit. In spring, the weather is pleasant and plane tickets are more affordable, but don’t forget to book in advance.
There are four main airports found in the island, so keep this in mind when researching flights to Sicily – there are also a lot of options from the UK. You will find the greatest variety of services flying into Catania Airport (CTA), which offers budget flights on easyJet from Gatwick (LGW), Manchester (MAN) and Luton (LLA). From Gatwick, Birmingham (BHX) and Manchester, you can find flights operated by British Airways and Norwegian Airlines. If you want to fly to Palermo Airport (PMO), you can fly with low-cost carrier, Ryanair from Stansted (STN) and easyJet from Gatwick. Trapani (TPS) and Comiso (CIY) are Sicily’s two other airports, specialising in low-cost European flights. Direct flights will take you about three hours, connecting flights will take about five hours and up.
The most convenient and cheapest option to travel from Catania Airport is the AMT Alibus. The 20-minute journey will cost you EUR 1, leaving more money in your pockets for that delightful Sicilian wine. If you prefer more personal attention, you can take a taxi for EUR 15-EUR 20. To get from Palermo to Sicily, there are many options. You could take the Trinacria Express train departing from Palermo Centrale station every 30 minutes and costing just under EUR 6, making this the most economical option. Another option is the bus which also leaves every half hour and will cost you just over EUR 6. Alternatively, you could take a taxi which will cost between EUR 35-EUR 45 and is the most exhilarating option, especially if you like to experience life on the road with Sicilian drivers.
Nature lovers will enjoy the beautiful views of Mount Etna, Europe’s tallest active volcano. If you prefer aquatic life, take the plunge, snorkel on and let the colourful Mediterranean fish swim by. History enthusiasts can marvel at the ancient artefacts found in the Agrigento Archaeological Museum. An amble around Palermo’s streets might lead you to one of Europe’s most fascinating markets, reckoned to be more than 1,000 years old. Haggling and bartering are fabulous ways to immerse yourself in the local culture!
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