There are 0 flights operating between Istanbul and Murmansk. You may find frequent flights from Istanbul, Jeddah and Antalya to Murmansk.
Are you looking for cheap fares for Murmansk flights? In the coming 3 months: Istanbul Murmansk 6,328 TL, Jeddah Murmansk 13,827 TL and Saint Petersburg Murmansk 2,004 TL
Better to book your flight to Murmansk 31 days before departure to get the best fares on average.
March and December months are the highest season for Russia, Murmansk. The prices are higher compared to the other periods. You will find the cheapest flight prices in the following months: February and January.
Established as a supply port during the First World War, Murmansk is located in the northwest of Russia. The city, which is thought to derive its name from the word 'murman' meaning 'edge of the earth' in the Saami language, is described as the country's only gateway to the Atlantic Ocean and other seas.
The city, which is the largest settlement in the Arctic Circle with a population of nearly 400 thousand, is also an important Russian naval base and commercial port. During the Second World War, Murmansk served as a port for polar convoys, and after the war it became the most important submarine base of the Soviet Union.
The city of Murmansk, with its deep-rooted historical and cultural riches, is appreciated by the tourists coming to the region. In the city, which is visited by many people every year, the touristic points to be visited; Semyonovskoye Lake, which fascinates with its nature and magnificent scenery, is one of the most popular addresses.
The Lenin Nuclear Ice Breaker, known as the world's first nuclear-powered ship, built in the USSR and launched in 1959, is now used as a ship museum. It is obligatory to visit this museum ship, which is closed to visitors on Mondays and Tuesdays, with a guide. Also, the Alyosha Statue, built in 1974 to commemorate the Soviet defense during the Second World War and located in the center of a hill near Lake Semyonovskaya, attracts both locals and tourists.
Some of the cultural addresses of the city worth seeing are the Museum of the Northern Navy, where old photographs of pre-World War I ships and many ship models are exhibited, the Regional Arts Museum, the Regional History Museum reflecting the ethnography of the local people, the local flora and fauna, and the Shipping History Museum.
How to Get to Murmansk?
It is possible to travel to Murmansk, which does not have direct flights from Turkey, via Istanbul via Moscow. Murmansk Airport is located about 40 kilometers south of the city. To get from the airport to the city center, transportation options such as train, taxi, bus or car rental can be considered.
You can have a pleasant time on the streets of this historical city by browsing the Murmansk flight ticket deals.
|Popular Flights||Ticket Price|
|Istanbul - Murmansk||6,394.62|
|Jeddah - Murmansk||13,826.86|
|Saint Petersburg - Murmansk||2,003.63|
|Moscow - Murmansk||1,210.12|
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