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CHEAP FLIGHTS TO Santander

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How much do things cost in Santander?
Water bottle (1.5 liter) $0.52
Tomato (1kg) $3.22
Mid-range restaurant $63.05
Apartment (3 bedrooms) in city centre $881.36
Local cheese (1kg) $9.49
Apartment (1 bedroom) in city centre $587.57
Lettuce $1.15
Cappuccino $2.62
Taxi 1km $1.33
One-way ticket (local transport) $1.69
* All price are converted to USD

About Santander

Planning a tour to Spain next month but haven’t decided which cities you need to visit? There are a number of big cities in Spain but when you don’t have much time, you must pick a few to get a complete understanding of the country’s natural, historical and cultural background. One such important city that you must visit is the port town named Santander. The city is well connected by road, rail and air. You can easily book your tickets in any of the cheap flights to Santander and save some precious time. By booking cheap flights to Santander, you can save some money as well and use it to reserve a suite in a luxurious hotel. There are plenty of classy hotels in Santander and their hospitality is famous among tourists.

The city has some famous beaches and one of the best among them is Virgen del Mar. While most other beaches offer only sun and sand, the Virgen del Mar lets you enjoy scuba diving as well. You can experience marine life by spending a few euros.

There is another beach that may interest you, which is called Mataleñas. Cape Ajo can be seen from this beach. The unique thing about this beach is that the sand is completely white and the water is absolutely crystal clear. There is a golf course beside the beach as well.

The Cantabrian Maritime Museum can be your next destination. It is located in Santander Bay and shows the relationship between man and marine world throughout history. The museum has 4 main sections – Life at sea, The Cantabrian region and the sea in history, Fishermen and fisheries and The technological avant-grade. The most famous museum of the town is Prehistory and Archaeology Museum of Cantabria. There are more than 1200 items on display, belonging to Upper Palaeolithic, Roman and Iron Age. The Cathedral of Santander is another landmark of the city. The church is almost 800 years old and houses the remains of Holy Martyrs, Celedonius and Emeterius.

One of the most loved tourist destinations in Santander is the Lighthouse of Cabo Mayor. The balcony of this famous lighthouse offers a spectacular view of the Cantabrian Sea and the city.

Information about travelling to Santander

  • Currency exchange rate
    €1.00(EUR) = $1.18(USD)

Airports of Santander

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