3 Planazos from Castellón Airport
Has the year started and you are already thinking about the destination of your next trip?
Then write down these plans that we bring you by taking a direct flight from the Castellón Airport.
What do you know about Castellón Airport?
This Airport, inaugurated in 2011 and in regular operation since 2015, reached the figure of 150,000 passengers in all of 2022.
It thus adds 743,000 travelers in 8 years (despite the Covid) and offers ten regular routes, the latest being Brussels, Dublin and Madrid.
The Avion Revue Internacional magazine (specialist in commercial and military aviation) awarded it the 2022 Excellence Award in the Airports category.
To this we must add its development in logistical, business, training activities and its cultural area where you can enjoy exhibitions renewed every month.
This last space is the ''zone 30'', an extension of the Vicente Aguilera Cerni Museum of Contemporary Art (Macvac) in Vilafamés.
So in your travel plan you could even include a visit to this room and the works exhibited in the rest of the airport areas.
Where am I traveling this month?
These are the plans that we propose from this Airport located just 15 minutes from Oropesa del Mar.
Visit the TradFest Temple Bar in Dublin.
This celebration hosts the largest traditional music festival in Ireland. Experience their live music and enjoy the exaltation of the Irish identity with a cold Guinness in hand.
You can catch a flight between Castellón and Ireland on Wednesdays and Sundays from just €13 each way with Ryanair.
Welcome the new year from the Belgian capital.
For around €50 (roundtrip) per adult, start the year visiting Brussels without stopping.
ryanair It takes you and brings you every Monday and Friday in a direct journey of 2 hours 10 minutes.
Explore the center on foot and enjoy its famous ''moules frites'' (mussels with fries) and waffles.
Walking through the center you will find the building of the Brussels Stock Exchange (very similar to our Congreso de los Disputados). You can also spend an afternoon shopping at Galeries Saint Hubert, one of the oldest shopping malls in Europe.
If you are a music lover, it does not matter what musical genre you listen to, in Brussels there are concerts almost daily for all audiences.
A sample is the symphonic metal concert that Apocalyptica will give on Sunday, January 29 in the metropolis. If you are one of softer melodies, throughout January the jazzuary 2023 in Brussels, which brings together three jazz music festivals throughout the city.
Seville in a few hours
If you prefer national tourism, visit the city with the largest number of inhabitants in Andalusia.
Any time of the year is good to enjoy its terraces and its gastronomy and lifestyle.
It is from this city from which Magellan and Sebastián El Cano set out to change history by undertaking the first complete circumnavigation of the world.
Be sure to visit the Giralda, the Torre del Oro, the Cathedral or the Cartuja.
Iberia takes you there (with a stopover in Madrid), for just over €200 (depending on the time of year).
Can you imagine visiting Seville, Belgium or Dublin and, after landing in Castellón, sleeping in your new apartment facing the sea, in Oropesa del Mar, next to Marina d'Or?