Cheap tickets to Nairobi

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Last minute flights to Nairobi

Departure Thu, 23 Nov Return Wed, 29 Nov
KGL Kigali
NBO Nairobi
return from 224€
Departure Tue, 28 Nov Return Mon, 04 Dec
MBA Mombasa
NBO Nairobi
return from 78€
Departure Sun, 26 Nov Return Sun, 17 Dec
BRU Brussels
NBO Nairobi
return from 385€
Departure Fri, 17 Nov Return Wed, 29 Nov
EBB Entebbe
NBO Nairobi
return from 244€
Popular flight routes to Nairobi
Mombasa - Nairobi
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Brussels - Nairobi
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Entebbe - Nairobi
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Zurich - Nairobi
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Tel Aviv - Nairobi
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Madrid - Nairobi
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Nairobi holidays

Nairobi sights and attractions

The cultural capital of Kenya and one of the largest cities in Africa, Nairobi is fast becoming a major global city. A green city full of parks and gardens, as well as Nairobi National Park, one of the world's only national parks contained within a city's limits, there are many opportunities to enjoy Africa's beautiful climate and countryside. Nairobi is home to an exceptional selection of museums and galleries, many housing some of the best collections in Africa. Famed for its nightlife, the city comes alive in the evening, with a superb selection of restaurants and nightclubs, making the city the perfect destination for any traveler, young or old.

What to do in Nairobi

Cheap flights arriving in the warm climate of Africa will find a fine array of different activities awaiting to be done in Nairobi. The city is home to some of Africa's finest restaurants, as well as many superb street vendors selling many African and Middle Eastern classics. The city is a must visit on the continent for nature lovers, as it is uniquely positioned to allow intrepid travelers to explore the stunning surrounding countryside, as well as boasting Nairobi National Park, a beautiful location south of the city centre featuring a superb variety of different animal and plant life.

Things to do in Nairobi include:

  • Watching live music performances at venues throughout the city, including local "Benga" music
  • Exploring Nairobi National Park, one of the world's only national parks contained within a city's limits
  • Visiting the Karen Blixen Museum, honoring the author of "Out of Africa"
  • Going shopping in the beautiful open market
  • Visiting the beautiful Uhuru Gardens, the largest memorial park in the city
  • Going ice skating in the Solar Ice Rink, the largest ice rink in Africa
  • Sampling the exquisite local cuisine
  • Touring the collection in the Nairobi National Museum
  • Taking in a show at the Kenya National Theater
  • Going on the Nairobi Safari Walk, a unique on-foot experience of the local wildlife
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Airports in Nairobi

Nairobi is served by Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. It is the 9th busiest airport in Africa and handles over 6 million passengers annually, making it an important access point for the region. It is named after Jomo Kenyatta, the country's first president and prime minister.

  • Jomo Kenyatta International Airport

    Top Carriers

    Top carriers that serve the airport include: Kenya Airways, Lufthansa and Emirates.

    Location

    The airport is 9 miles southeast of Nairobi.

    Transportation

    The airport is accessible by road. It is accessible from an exit from the A109 motorway. There is a bus route on the number 34 connecting the airport to the city centre. There are also taxi and car rental companies available in the city centre, which are generally considered the easiest and most reliable means of accessing the airport from the city.

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