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You won't have to research flight options into numerous airports when traveling to Port of Spain. Port of Spain Airport (POS-Piarco Intl.) is the city's only airport, located 12 miles (19 kilometers) from all the action downtown.Where to stay in Port of Spain
There's no more fitting time to spoil yourself than when you're taking a vacation. Reserve a room at the Hyatt Regency Trinidad and feel like royalty during your stay. Vacationing on a budget? Not to worry, you won't be left out in the cold. The Melbourne Inn Trinidad will keep both you and your hip-pocket happy.Places to visit in Port of Spain
Mingle with local people and fellow tourists alike while taking in a great movie at Movietowne. Want some more options? Royal Botanical Gardens is a wonderful place for nature enthusiasts to spend the afternoon with the smorgasbord of plants, flowers and birds. And there's more. If you are eager to find out about the local history, go on a tour of President's House, a fascinating historic residence.How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Port of Spain
Your trip to Port of Spain begins the minute you've completed all the security checks. We've compiled a list of handy tips to help you get through quickly:
Enigmatic in a wonderful way, Trinidad and Tobago's Port of Spain wows visitors with bright lights, majestic skyscrapers, and big-city attractions amid the laid-back backdrop of Caribbean charm, white-sand beaches, and calypso music. Flights to Port of Spain land at Piarco International Airport (POS). Ideal for a romantic getaway or action-packed family vacation, you can fly to Port of Spain, immerse yourself in the culture, and return home refreshed and brimming with stories galore.
Hotels near Piarco Airport (which opened in 1931) are plentiful and convenient home bases for your city adventures. Airport hotels are short jaunts from attractions like the spiritual Dattatreya Temple, Royal Botanical Gardens, Port of Spain Lookout, and the pan yards of the storied PCS Silver Stars steel pan drum band (a favorite at the West Indies' version of Carnival, called Panorama.) If you plan to explore area beaches (for untamed beauty check out the beaches on Manzanilla's deserted Eastern Coast), you may wish to rent a car; you can do so quickly and easily at the airport. Car rental companies have counters just west of the customs exit in the North Terminal; all passengers on international Port of Spain flights must clear customs. If you'd like information about bus tickets and using public transportation, grab your bags and head across the hall to the airport atrium for assistance at the 24-hour information booth.
Do you want to dive into the Caribbean culture of Port of Spain? Check out our huge assortment of Port of Spain flights. You'll find not only cheap tickets to Port of Spain but also enticing Port of Spain vacation packages that combine airfare and hotel to save as much as $537! Think of all the chocolate, pepper sauces, and rum (Trinidad is known for them) you can haul back with that money in your souvenir fund.