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Cheap flights from Aruba

Aruba is an island nation in the southern Caribbean Sea, located about 1,600 kilometres west of the Lesser Antilles and 29 kilometres from the north coast of Venezuela. It measures 32 kilometres from its north-western end down to the south-western end, and 10 kilometres across its widest point. Together with Bonaire and Curacao, Aruba forms a group commonly referred to as the ABC Islands, while collectively, Aruba and the other Dutch territories in the Caribbean are called the Netherlands Antilles, which was later dissolved.
 
Aruba is another constituent country forming part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, along with the Netherlands, Curacao, and Sint Maarten. The citizens of these countries share a single nationality (Dutch), even if geographically, they are away from each other. Aruba has no administrative subdivisions whatsoever, but for census purposes, it is divided into eight regions with Oranjestad as its capital.
 
Where to go
Travellers will delight on Aruba, one of the major tourist destinations in the Caribbean. It has miles of the best beaches in the world, plenty of package resorts, and an interesting main town that holds all the services that they might need.
 
California Lighthouse – Near Arashi Beach, the California Lighthouse is a tall sentinel named after an old shipwreck named California, which is not the ship of the same name that stood by ineffectually while the Titanic sank. From here, travellers may get to enjoy the spectacular views and some good daytime coffee – perfect for chill times.
 
Eagle Beach – Fronting a stretch of the Low-Rise resorts just northwest of Oranjestad, Eagle beach is a long stretch of white-sand that regularly clinches itself on the list of the best destinations in the world. Portions have shade trees where travellers can simply sit, order something to eat, and enjoy the heat. 
Aruba Archaeological Museum – The Aruba Archaeological Museum is a new spectacle in the island of Aruba. It is housed on a grand 1920s-style colonial building, and has engaging exhibits ranging from stone tools found on Aruba dating from 4,000 BC to displays detailing Arawak life and the colonial era.
 
From Aruba, travellers may check out sights in North America and South America, or the other islands in the Caribbean. Being comparably more developed to other Caribbean destinations, Aruba has heaps of flights to these short haul international destinations which may come in handy especially when looking for new horizons and places to discover. Cities including Miami, Hollywood, Caracas, Bogota, Brasilia, Panama City, New York, Boston, Caracas, Valencia, Charlotte, Philadelphia, Toronto, Orlando, and many others, are covered through the Queen Beatrix International Airport.
 
From Aruba, travellers may also explore places in continental Europe, including its mother country, the Netherlands, as well as the United Kingdom, Sweden, and others. If the country a traveller is intending to visit is currently not available through Aruba's Queen Beatrix International Airport, he or she may opt to take a connecting flight, or fly first to a nearby country or destination and then look for available flights there. For example, if planning on going to Paris (France), travellers may fly first to the Netherlands, then take another flight to the intended destination from there.
 
How to get out
To get out of Aruba, travellers are advised to go to the Queen Beatrix International Airport. The Queen Beatrix International Airport is the only international and domestic airport in Aruba serving flights to main parts of the Americas, the Caribbean, and even to the mainland Netherlands. Seasonal European flights are also available from this airport. Airlines that travel to the destination include WestJet, US Airways, LAN Colombia, KLM, JetBlue Airways, and many others.

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