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CHEAP FLIGHTS TO Gijon

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How much do things cost in Gijon?
1 Pair of men leather shoes $125.42
Eggs (12) $1.93
1 Summer dress in a chain store $61.02
Water bottle (1.5 liter) $0.47
Water bottle (0.33 liter) $1.67
Oranges (1kg) $2.03
Monthly Pass (local transport) $50.17
Local cheese (1kg) $11.02
Apartment (1 bedroom) outside of centre $677.97
Tomato (1kg) $1.66
* All price are converted to USD

About Gijon

Gijon is the biggest city in the autonomous community of Austrias. It is a coastal town and the summer days are very hot and wet. If you are interested in history, this is a great city to visit as you get to see some architectural pieces of ancient Roman civilization. Gijon is well connected by bus, train, air and boat. However, most of the tourists prefer plane as it’s a cost effective and time saving medium of transportation. There are lots of cheap flights to Gijon from several countries in Europe. However, during tourist season, the demand is always high and therefore, if you want to book your tickets in cheap flights to Gijon, opt for online booking to get some additional discount. The airport is a 30 minute-drive from the city and you can take a bus or cab to reach your hotel. There are lots of comfortable and affordable hotels in Gijon, you can stay in any one of them that suits your taste and budget.

Gijon has some exciting beaches like Arbeyal and Cagonera y Serín. These two beaches are great relaxing spots and Cagonera y Serín is particularly famous for being a nudist beach. If you want to live a carefree life just for a few hours, Cagonera y Serín is your dream destination.

There are a number of museums in this beautiful city and the most famous of them all is Museo del Pueblo de Asturias. It gives you an overall view of the traditional society of the region of Asturias. Your next stop can be Museo del Ferrocarril. This museum houses different types of objects related to railways. It also highlights the impact of railways on the social and economical background of Asturias region.

To get a glimpse of Roman civilization, you must visit Termas Romanas de Campo Valdés. It’s basically public Roman baths, built centuries ago and one of the key attractions of entire northern Spain. You can end your tour by visiting the most iconic building of Gijon, Palacio de Revillagigedo. It’s an eighteenth century palace and the International Art Center is located inside the massive fortress.

Information about travelling to Gijon

  • Currency exchange rate
    €1.00(EUR) = $1.19(USD)

Airports near Gijon

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