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Flights to La Romana

La Romana is a stunning city that is located in the south-east of the Dominican Republic. It is known for its beautiful beaches and resorts, including the Casa De Campo. It boasts a vibrant culture, a unique gastronomy and a diverse wildlife. Close to the city is the Cueva de las Maravillas, which is an 800m cave system. There is the National Park of the East at Padre Nuestro, and the stunning bay of Boca de Yuma, which is famed for its excellent restaurants serving traditional cuisine. The city's coastal location offers the opportunity to enjoy boat excursions to the nearby islands of Catalina and SanoaLa Romana International Airport is served by airlines including JetBlue, Air Europa and American Airlines. There are regular flight services to La Romana from cities around the world, such as London, Manchester, Toronto and Madrid. Fares can vary and it is usually possible to make significant savings on a cheap flight. Often there are discounts available on last-minute flights and advanced bookings. With our online flight comparison tool the search is easy. This platform enables travellers to view flights to Romana on any given day, compare prices at a glance and select an available cheap flight that best suits personal requirements.

Flight destination: La Romana

La Romana offers a wide range of exciting things to do, including golfing and scuba diving. There are three golf courses within the city, though visitors may want to take a golfing trip to the nearby East Coast and Juan Dolio. A 5 minute drive away from the airport is the Casa de Campo resort. Here, there is an equestrian centre that has ponies for all levels - from beginners to advanced riders. Kayaking can be enjoyed in the clear blue waters of the Caribbean Sea or along the quiet waters of the Chavon River. A must-visit is the breathaking architecture of the Altos de Chavon. Although it was constructed in the 20th century, it is a replica of a 16th century Mediterranean village featuring elaborate iron work and cobblestone streets. Many local traditions were revived in the creation of this centre of culture, including hand-crafted woodwork and hand-forged iron. There are quaint shops, art galleries, an archaeological museum to explore and a selection of fine restaurants where visitors can enjoy a three-course meal or a light refreshment. Upon arrival at La Romana airport, travellers have the option to hire a car from one of the car rental kiosks located within the commercial terminal. In addition, there are taxis available outside of the terminal building, which accept cash payment in Dominican Pesos, Euros, or American Dollars.