Spanish low-cost carrier Vueling is currently offering air tickets from European airports to Banjul in Gambia during main tourist season for very interesting prices starting at €201 already! Nine out of 10 doctors recommend sunbathing during winter time in Europe, take this opportunity and visit this warm African country!
The flights are possible to book ex various European countries however the cheapest ones are available ex Spain, here below the list of countries and flight possibilities. All the flights have a multi-stop in Barcelona, travel period is from December 2013 till March 2014 and the cheapest flights is possible to find via booking agent Opodo and its offshoots.
Spain – booking either ex Barcelona or Madrid, flights are possible from €201 already! Booking via Opodo.es
Germany – cheap flights are available from various cities in Germany however the cheapest ones are possible to find ex Dusseldorf starting at €333!. Slightly higher flights are available ex Frankfurt or Munich. Cheapest flights are possible to book via Opodo.es or for a slightly higher rate via Opodo.de
UK – Flights ex London are available from €343, booking via Opodo.co.uk
Italy – Air tickets are availble ex Milano, Rome or Venice starting at €308 already – booking via Opodo.it
Benelux – Booking from Amsterdam or Brussels is also possible and you may find the air tickets starting at €343 already.
France – possible to find air tickets ex Paris starting at €364!
Switzerland – Flights are available from Zurich starting at still reasonable €386.
There are no visas required to gain entry from flights into Gambia for UK citizens, full members of the EU, ECOWAS members, Commonwealth countries and nations with a reciprocal visa abolition agreement where your trip to Gambia is not beyond 90 days.
Samples of the bookings below:
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