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Transport in Arguineguin

When you go to Arguineguin and also have a desire to move around on Gran Canaria a little beyond the Arguineguin we will definitely recommend you to rent a car for the entire holiday from you arrive at the airport until you return. Depending on the size of the vehicle as it costs about 200 Euro to rent a car for a week. If your group is a normal family with children with two adults and two children, you have funded half the rental car just by dropping to pay for bus transportation back and forth between the airport and the hotel. As a bonus there's also arrive at the hotel along with 20 other families who are checking into the hotel at once with thereto belonging to hold.

The traffic flows on Gran Canaria is very similar to what we know from the north-European traffic. The biggest difference is the fact that they do not have the same respect in terms of keeping distance to the vehicle ahead of them. However, this is no worse than running into the side pockets on a regular basis and drop them off road. Parking can sometimes be a challenge to find but not that it is perceived as a major problem. You may want to check in advance with your hotel if they have parking spaces to its guests, or if there is public parking nearby. Sunwing Resort Arguineguin, enough is by far the most popular charter hotel in Arguineguin is usually fine for parking to their guests a short walk from the hotel.

All the major car companies have known rental at the airport in Las Palmas, which is the international airport on the island that all departures and arrivals to and from Norway is at. They are relatively short distances between the arrival hall and rental companies which have cars available within a short distance. Some rental companies have location just outside the airport with these works in partnership with the local taxis that take you to these free and make up with car rental company in the future without any hassle for you.

You do not need to rent a car to get you safely around the island. Gran Canaria is a relatively small island and you can take a taxi between the resort towns on the south side of the island without too much intervention in the holiday budget. If, however, this is repeated several times daily throughout the holiday will be some money in the end anyway. Taxi is slightly cheaper than in Northern Europe, but far from cheap compared to what you may experience other exotic destinations in the southern regions.
If you want to take a day trip to the city of Las Palmas, we recommend taking the local bus that goes through Arguineguin and has several stops in the city. It's a bit much so that it can be somewhat expensive to just take a taxi. It is good to drive your own car but if you basically are a bit unsafe to drive, we recommend the bus also for those who owns a car.