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How much do things cost in Lanzarote?
Loaf of white bread $3.39
Mid range bottle of wine $13.56
Apartment (1 bedroom) in city centre $542.37
1 min. of prepaid mobile tariff $0.54
Cappuccino $2.03
Apartment (3 bedrooms) in city centre $949.15
Local cheese (1kg) $10.85
Internet (6 Mbps, unlimited data) $67.80
Rice (white) $1.22
* All price are converted to USD

About Lanzarote

Lanzarote is a small Spanish island but the number of tourist attractions is aplenty. The picturesque landscape of this island has always attracted European tourists. If you are searching for a destination that does not include the hustle-bustle of typical tourist spots, Lanzarote is the ideal place to be. The island offers wonderful parks, fabulous beaches and great food to its visitors. All you need to do is pack your bikinis, buy tickets from any airline that is offering cheap flights to Lanzarote and book a room in any of the luxurious hotels in Lanzarote.

The most popular tourist destination of this small island is Timanfaya National Park. The lava covered landscape is home to a number of dormant volcanoes. You can either take a bus or camel to cover the 512-feet high trek and enjoy the panoramic view. Though the camel ride will cost you more than the bus, it is totally worth the money. You can take plenty of photographs while being in this park. Since you have already saved money by opting for cheap flights to Lanzarote, you can spend some extra for the camel ride to enjoy its unique experience.

Those who love spending time in the lap of nature should visit The Jameos del Agua. It was conceptualized by a native architect Cesar Manrique who showed to the world the perfect fusion of nature and architecture by creating The Jameos del Agua. There is a lake inside the Jameos and the water of this lake is crystal clear. The natural beauty of this place gives you an experience that you cannot forget in your lifetime. However, please remember that swimming is prohibited in this lake. Only the king of Spain is allowed to swim in the lake.

If you want to see a wide variety of cactus, the Jardin de Cactus should be your next destination. The garden features more than 10000 cactus plants belonging to 1400 different species. Fine art lovers can head towards Museum of International & Contemporary Art after visiting the garden. The museum is located inside Castillo de San José, showcasing some of the finest modern paintings.

Information about travelling to Lanzarote

  • Currency exchange rate
    €1.00(EUR) = $1.21(USD)

Airports of Lanzarote