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|Destination Airport||Papola Casale|
|Destination Airport IATA Code||BDS|
|Destination City Name||Brindisi|
Located down in the ‘heel of the boot’ of Italy, Brindisi is a warm and relaxed port city, where the pace of life slowly ambles along. The end point of an ancient Roman road, the city has hosted travellers, pilgrims and traders for centuries, captivating many with its languid charm.
With its position in the far south of Italy, conditions here are warm and balmy in the summer and mild in the winter. So, there is no real bad time of year to book cheap flights to Brindisi. May to October is the busier half of the year, with tourist numbers peaking between July and August. Prices for flights and accommodation will be higher at this time.
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There are regular departures to Brindisi from a choice of UK airports.
Brindisi Airport, also known as Papola Casale or Salento, is located just under four miles from the city centre. It is a small but convenient airport with a few shops, restaurants and a book store. There are also rental car options here for onward travel.
A choice of airlines provide affordable flights to Brindisi from the UK, including:
Most visitors arrive in Brindisi either by plane or on the boat. The ferry port here connects Italy to Corfu in Greece, with less regular services to Turkey and Albania. The city itself is small and easily explored on foot, with taxis available for longer journeys.
The palm-lined Corso Garibaldi is the main attraction in the city, being the perfect place to hang out, sip an espresso and watch the world go by. This stretch links the port to the train station.
The lungomare, or seafront promenade, is another popular place for a stroll, with the glistening water and bobbing yachts adding a touch of Mediterranean glamour.
The city is home to four castles, the most interesting of which is the Swebian, dating back to the 13th century. Head inland from the city to discover sun drenched hilltop towns like Ostuni and sumptuous rolling landscapes covered in vineyards and olive groves.
Italy is one hour ahead of the UK and uses the euro as its currency. UK citizens do not need a visa.