Transportation from City Center to Punta Cana Airport
Although expensive, taxis are the most used method to get to Punta Cana Airport from your hotel or city center. Most hotels have their own taxi rank or they can call a taxi for you. Since Punta Cana taxis work with fixed prices, you look at the price from the list according to where you get on and pay accordingly. You can pay in local currency or use dollars.
If you have purchased a tour package from your hotel, airport transfer is usually included in this tour and you will be taken to the airport with the other hotel customer who has a flight that day. If such an airport transfer is not included in your Eper tour, it is possible to purchase a private or shared transfer service to go to Punta Cana Airport.
You can avoid the risk of missing your flight if you book in advance from major tour sites such as Viator. Punta Cana Airport transfers are made by private and luxury vehicles or minibus-style shared vehicles, and the price varies.
To reach Punta Cana Airport by public transport, it is a good option to take the Dominican minibus, gua gua, from Veron. But these minibuses do not have luggage, so if you are traveling with hand luggage or a backpack, you can use this method. However, direct buses from Santo Domingo and Higuey to Punta Cana Airport also have a luggage.
Transportation from Brussels Airport to the City Center
There are many alternatives to reach the city center from Brussels Airport, which is located 11 kilometers northeast of the city center. Among these, trains and buses stand out with their extensive transportation networks. In Brussels, Bruges – Ghent - Brussels - Brussels Airport - Brussels - Oudenaarde - Kortrijk – Ostend / De Panne - Ghent - Aalst - Denderleeuw - Brussels - Brussels Airport - Leuven – Landen / Mons - Braine-le-Comte - Brussels - Brussels Airport / Antwerp - Mechelen - Brussels Airport - Leuven - Aarschot - Diest – Hasselt / Tournai - Ath - Enghien - Halle - Brussels - Brussels Airport / Charleroi - Nivelles – Braine l'alleud - Brussels Luxembourg - Brussels Schuman - (weekdays) Brussels Train lines that offer the opportunity to travel on the routes Airport / Dinant - Namur - Gembloux - Ottignies - Brussels-Luxembourg - Brussels Schuman - Brussels Airport (weekdays) also serve. Thanks to these train lines, getting to and from the airport becomes very easy.
You can reach NATO by bus lines 272, 620 and 471 departing from the airport, and Roodebeek metro station by lines 359 and 659. In addition to bus and train lines, options such as taxi, car or motorcycle rental, hotel shuttles are among the options on the airport city center route in Brussels. Car rental transactions can be made from the airport, offices in the city center or online.
Transportation from Brussels S. Charleroi Airport to the City Center
Brussels Charleroi Airport, located in the south of Brussels, approximately 46 kilometers from the city center, is an airport that is heavily used for domestic flights from neighboring cities or domestic flights. The most preferred means of transportation from Charleroi Airport to the city center is buses. You can either make a reservation in advance or buy a ticket on the bus.
A journey of approximately one hour awaits those who choose the train option to get to the city center from here. You can easily reach the city center direction by going to the Brussels Midi Train Station by buses departing from the airport.
Those who want to reach the center by renting a car or by taxi pay a fee of approximately 80-85 euros for this convenient and comfortable journey. When you take the taxis located just outside the terminal, you can bargain a little or share the vehicle with a few people, and you can reduce this fee even more.
Likewise, for your return journey, you can reach the airport in a short time and easily by choosing one of the taxi, train or bus options from the city center. In addition, the shuttle vehicles departing from the airport every half hour can be used for both departure and arrival.