How do I get to Cape Verde?
This is a list of the more recognised countries that have flights going into Cape Verde at the moment, and there are numerous weekly flights from many of these routes.
- UK (Bristol, Gatwick, Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham)
- Portugal (Lisbon)
- Spain (Madrid)
- The Canary Islands (Gran Canaria)
- Italy (Milan, Rome)
- Holland (Amsterdam, Schiphol)
- Germany (Frankfurt, Dusseldorf)
- Belgium (Brussels)
- USA (Boston)
- France (Paris)
- Scandanavia (Sweden, Norway)
From the UK, Thomson is the flight provider and (main) tour operator to Cape Verde. Thomas Cook also provide flights to Cape Verde. Flight routes correct at time of writing.
Getting between the islands. Inter-island flights
The best way to visit other islands in Cape Verde is to fly. Cape Verde Airlines (TACV) have traditionally operated these and there are usually two flights per day between the main islands. Binter CV airlines (from the Canaries) have started operating in Cape Verde as well.
Return flights costs depend on the island you wish to travel to, but on average, the price will be between 130 – 180 euros.
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