Thiruvananthapuram International Airport is located less than three miles west of downtown Thiruvananthapuram, making it a convenient location for passengers who want to catch flights from Thiruvananthapuram. Fifteen airlines operate out of the airport, including Jet Airways, Air India, and Qatar Airways. You can find flights aboard many of these airlines on Orbitz.com, where you can quickly compare prices to find a flight that fits your budget and dates of travel.
Parking is available at Terminal 1 for domestic passengers and Terminal 2 for international passengers. The charge to park a car for up to four hours is 60 rupees.
Ways to travel to the airport include taxi service and city bus service. Several local hotels offer free shuttle service to the airport, so check with the counter at your hotel to see if they have a shuttle available. The airport is located about four miles from the Trivandrum Railway Station, if you are traveling from the city by train.
The Cyber Café at Terminals 1 and 2 offers light snacks and drinks for passengers waiting to depart on flights from Thiruvananthapuram. The café also has Internet service available, so you can connect to Orbitz.com to check your flight itinerary for layover durations and arrival times.
Valencia sits on the Iberian Peninsula, midway along Spain’s east coast on the Mediterranean Sea. As such, it has a classic Mediterranean climate, with hot, dry summers and temperately cool, brief winters.
In the summer’s warmest month, August, the mercury in Valencia sways between 70 and 85 degrees—and the average temperature of the Mediterranean Sea is 79 degrees, bringing swimmers and sunbathers out in droves.
Things cool down a bit in autumn, with average temperatures in October between 58 and 74 degrees. During the winter, the city experiences a bit more rain, but not much—and it hardly ever snows. Average temperatures in January fall between 45 and 61 degrees.
Spring can be a lovely time to visit. Valencia warms up as early as late March, though reliably toasty weather doesn’t hit until May, when temperatures linger between 57 and 73 degrees. Plus, the city’s lively Fallas Festival, in March, is worth timing a vacation around. Neighborhood groups hold a parade to present elaborate, firecracker-filled papier-mâché statues they have been working on throughout the year. Afterward, the statues are mounted in prominent places, and a week of block parties ensues. Then, around midnight on March 19, those firecrackers are lit, turning each statue into a huge bonfire. This pyrotechnic celebration to mark the spring equinox has been happening in Valencia since the Middle Ages.
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