Transfer to Alicante
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everything was according to plan
Driver was very nice professional and had a good manner
Thank you for reliable and fantastic service ! Good communication, fast answers ! Thank you Gabriele for your help these corona days :)
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Excellent service, amazing driver and communication. Highly recommended.
Mr.Kris arrived a little bit late at pick up point.I rang to contact him . He was very generous and kind person. Thank you very much Mr Kris.
Excellent service. Thank you very much !! I recommend.
Very good driver and car!
Driver was on time and super nice, car was great and clean!
Prompt informative and friendly..Water readily supplied and an excellent driver.
The coast of Spain is dotted with resorts, where tourists come every year from all over the world. The most popular cities are located near the airports. For Example, Alicante. It takes only 20 minutes by car or 1 hour by bus from Alicante airport. In order not to waste time and not to look for a taxi on the spot, book a transfer to Alicante on the online service GetTransfer.com. Alicante is the capital of the region of the same name and a resort on the Costa Brava. Originally it was an ancient Phoenician settlement, and a trading city was in the 7-8 centuries. A bit later, Alicante gave the status of a major seaport on the Balearic coast. Today it is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Catalonia. The favorable location on the coast among the mountains makes the climate comfortable for rest. The main reason why people come here is the beaches. The main beaches are del Postiguet, San Juan, Almadraba, Saladar, Albufereta. Each of them is equipped with the necessary infrastructure. There are rescue towers and medical centers, showers and spas, bars and restaurants. Alicante unofficially called the gastronomic capital of the Costa Brava. Be sure to try the local dishes (paella and fideua) in the well-established restaurants. As a souvenir you can bring your own wine Fondillón de Alicante, which is produced in the city. The transport system for more than 300 thousand people is well developed. Red buses run around the city, blue is intercity. There is a map at each stop, so get lost is unlikely to succeed. You can also take the tram to the suburbs, such as San Juan. You can rent a bike or a car. By the way, in a taxi you can only pay in cash. How to get to Alicante? If you are travelling to Costa Brava, book a transfer to GetTransfer.com to profitably get your destination. A trip to sunny Spain on a comfortable car with air conditioning will be the beginning of a great trip.
Alicante International Airport