Heading to Europe? Check the airport transfer prices

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Your travel budget can be adversely affected by the airport transfer prices. How? 

Your holiday begins the moment you land at the airport of the foreign land. Some prefer to book holidays with all inclusive pricing where even airport transfers are a part of it. It is undoubtedly convenient and keeps you stress-free at an unknown land.

But, the moment you get familiar with people and the city, and start exploring options, you might feel that you have paid a bit extra. At times it leaves a bitter taste, at times the feeling of being taken for a ride or having not evaluated enough options pinches you throughout the trip.

Why not then look into airport transfer too as an equally important part of your travel plan?

Trust the locals when it comes to the local transportation means. We might not know but there might be a metro or a tube that runs right into the airport terminal. Why not make use of that?

Idealo, a price comparison website has studied 16 popular travel destinations with respect to airport transfer prices and times. It has also provided us a comparison of 19 airports. You can go through the expected travel times and prices of trains, underground, tram, bus and taxis.

Interestingly, the cheapest transfer is between Milan Linate and the city centre costing just 1 GPB. There is no point sulking over it if you have already paid extra, we all do that all the time. Let us be a bit more prudent the next time we travel.

The most frequent connection by public transport was in Rome, costing 10 GBP by train to the city centre. Here we leave you with all the details that you would want to know.


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