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How to Get to Tours by Plane

London Stansted is the only UK airport operating flights to Tours, which are provided by Ryanair. Flights operate once daily each way, and the flight duration is just under 1.5 hours long. Tours Val de Loire Airport is 8 kilometres from Tours' city centre. There is a shuttle service that departs from the airport to the main train station, leaving 30 minutes after flights land, with an average journey duration of 30 minutes. There are also taxis available, though in some cases you may need to prebook.

Tours

This attractive city in central France is home to hundreds of years of history, and is renowned for having the purest form of French in the whole country. The city is nicknamed 'The Garden of France' for its parks and rivers, as well as the Botanical Gardens that span 4 hectares and are free to visit. 'Le Vieux Tours' is the famous medieval district and popular tourist destination for those wishing to take a glimpse into the past. The Cathedrale St-Gatien, built between 1170 and 1547, is famed for its beautiful stained glass windows and original paintings. You can take a guided tour to learn more about the history of this impressive Gothic cathedral.

Flights to Tours

Anyone who wants to visit one of France's most historic cities can easily reach Tours by air. Flights to Tours depart every day from London Stansted, and with both a short journey time and plenty of low cost fares available, travellers can easily reach the gateway to the Loire Valley whenever they desire.

Which is the main airport in Tours?

Tours only has one airport. All flights to the city will land at Tours Val de Loire Airport, which can be found four miles outside the city itself. This makes transfers painless and quick, with trams offering a direct connection to the centre of town as well as a taxi rank and car hire facilities which are always open for arrivals from the UK.

Which airlines offer flights to Tours?

There's only one option for UK travellers as far as airlines are concerned. If they are headed to Tours, passengers will need to fly with the budget airline Ryanair. The company schedules direct flights from London Stansted, which take around one hour 20 minutes.

Why travel by plane to Tours?

Flying to Tours is often the best way to reach both the Loire Valley and the city itself. For starters, Ryanair offers a regular service from Stansted, which is well within reach for those living in London or eastern England. Flights aren't long, taking just over an hour in all cases (while trains can be expected to take at least six hours). The transport options from Tours Airport are solid, with easy links to Tours and options for self-drive tourists as well.

Before you travel to Tours by plane - good to know!

Many visitors to Tours will plan to skip the city and head straight to cottages in the Loire, and the presence of car hire outlets at the airport may well come in handy. Otherwise, expect fast transfers to the city. When visitors get there, they will find plenty to see and do, especially for history lovers. In Vieux Tours, visitors can wander atmospheric streets, see the splendour of the Gothic cathedral and catch the excellent collection of masterpieces at the Museum of Fine Arts. And for an appetising pit-stop, head to the cafes around the Place Plumereau: the city's best place to chill out and enjoy some locally produced wine.

Airlines: Ryanair and Malta Air to Tours

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Ryanair is one of the most popular budget airlines in Europe offering cheap flights all over the continent. Founded in Ireland, Ryanair makes it easy to hop on a plane and fly to popular European destinations quickly and affordably. This low-cost airline is known for operating direct flights to smaller or secondary airports usually outside major cities to keep costs down. All Ryanair fare types include allowance of one small personal bag; additional fees tend to apply for bringing carry-on luggage and checked luggage.

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