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Cheap round-trip flights to Taipei

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Plan Your Trip from San Diego to Taipei

San Diego's Airport

Orbitz.com can help you find cheap flights from San Diego for your next trip. San Diego International Airport, also known as Lindbergh Field, is located on San Diego Bay, three miles from downtown. The airport is the busiest single-runway airport in the United States. Domestic and international flights are provided by 20 different airlines, including JetBlue, Delta, Southwest, United and US Airways.

Airport Parking Information

The San Diego International Airport offers both hourly and long-term parking spaces. Short-term parking is offered at $4 per hour and long-term parking costs between $11 and $28 per day. You can park your car for up to 30 days. Be aware that curbside parking is never permitted at San Diego International Airport.

Ground Transportation Information

If you would prefer not to leave your car at the airport, metered taxis are available to transport you to the airport. Taxi fares are approximately $2.20 for the first 1/10 mile and $2.30 for each additional mile. San Diego also has a bus system, with a fare of $2.50-$5.00. Not only can Orbitz.com help you plan your discount air travel, it can also help you plan your ground transportation.

San Diego Airport Restaurants

There are many restaurant options available at the San Diego International Airport. You can grab a bite to eat at Chili's To Go, Starbucks, McDonald's or many other restaurants while waiting for your flight. There is also an NFL Bar. There is a variety of shops where you can purchase anything from books to cell phones. Keep checking Orbitz.com for cheap flights from San Diego.

Airports in Taipei

Orbitz.com makes it simple to find cheap flights to Taipei. The website searches flight combinations to find you tickets with a low fare. Flights to Taipei arrive at one of two airports-the Taiwan International Airport, located 30 miles from Taipei on Hangzhan Road; or the Taipei Songshan Airport, located on North Dunhua Road, four miles from Taipei. International flights arrive at the Taiwan International Airport. Numerous airlines service these airports, including Air China, Uni Air and Japan Airlines.

Transportation from the Airport

After you've selected your flight, Orbitz.com can help you make transportation arrangements or rent a car. Authorized airport taxis transport passengers from both airports into Taipei. Cab fare runs on a meter; however, there is also a 15 percent surcharge, and you will be responsible for any highway tolls. There are also buses available to transport passengers. You can expect to pay between $3 to $5 for a bus ticket.

Climate in Taipei

Taipei has warm weather nearly all year long. However, the temperature can drop into the mid-50s during the winter months. In the summer, the temperatures range from the mid-70s to the low 90s. Spring days in Taipei are hit and miss, and typhoon season runs from June until October. If you want to make sure the weather is nice during your trip, use Orbitz.com to book your vacation in October or November.

Highlights and Attractions

The New Bei Tou Hot Spring is a great place to relax-just make sure you bring your swimming suit. Just outside of the hot spring is a museum that tells the hot spring's entire history. You can do more than find cheap flights to Taipei on Orbitz.com. The website has all of the information you need to plan your entire trip.

Taipei When to Go

Taipei’s high season includes February’s Lunar New Year as well as the late-spring and summer months, May through August. The Taiwanese typically get a week of vacation in February to celebrate the Lunar New Year, meaning train and bus travel around the island can get pretty busy during this time.

Additionally, because Taiwan’s academic calendar is similar to that of the United States, many Taiwanese students and families take advantage of the extended summer breaks to travel and sightsee, making tourist hot spots such as Taipei 101, the National Palace Museum, and Shilin Night Market extra crowded. Add the high temperatures and extreme humidity of the season and summers are arguably one of the worst times to visit Taipei.

Low season is January to April, excluding Lunar New Year in February, and October to November. While the weather is still very hot into October, the temperatures in November through April are much cooler, in the low 60s. Be mindful that Taiwan is a tropical island and experiences typhoon season between the months of June and October.

Ultimately, the best time to visit Taipei would be before May and after September to avoid the summer heat. Since these times coincide with low season, it’s pretty much a win-win for travelers interested in visiting the island.

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