Options for flying from Europe to the Caribbean gem.
Barbados is an island located in the Eastern Caribbean and is known for its culture, history and outstanding natural beauty. With a wide variety of culinary delights, from fine dining to the vibrant universe of street food, Barbados is also the birthplace of rum, offering new tastes for every palate.
In addition to the white sand beaches of the west coast and wild cliffs of the east coast, the ocean offers ample opportunities for adventurous activities, including diving, snorkelling, water sports, surfing and kite surfing 365 days a year, relaxation, yoga, entertainment, beautiful nature and music.
The West Coast is made up of beachfront restaurants, luxurious hotels and villas, golden beaches and calm waters, while the East Coast is more contemplative, wild and loved by surfers.
The destination was also honored in March 2023 with the Green Destinations Story Awards in the Environment and Climate category at ITB 2023, Europe’s largest travel fair.
From October 19th to 22nd, the island will celebrate its deep soul with the Food & Rum Festival. From next January 2024 to April, Polo Season is the most anticipated event with its wealth of excitement, culinary experiences, lush setting surrounded by perfect atmosphere.
The island can rely on an extensive network of air links that easily connect Europe with Bridgetown – Grantley Adams Airport.
The different options for reaching Barbados:
Virgin Atlantic and British Airways, with daily year-round flights via London Heathrow with no airport changes and no overnight stays in London from major Italian cities-Milan, Bologna, Rome, Venice and Florence. Both companies will double flights in the winter season using Gatwick and Manchester airports, respectively.
Condor, November to March, twice a week from Frankfurt.
From North America with nimble connections to major Italian cities: American Airlines, Delta, United Airlines from New York, Miami, Chicago, Boston.