|Origin||Destination||Travel Dates||Flights From*|
|IAD||Tegucigalpa||May 3 - May 8||$240|
|IAD||Tegucigalpa||May 3 - May 8||$240|
|JFK||Tegucigalpa||May 11 - May 31||$240|
|DFW||Tegucigalpa||Jun 19 - Jun 22||$285|
|MIA||Tegucigalpa||May 2 - May 11||$299|
|LAX||Tegucigalpa||Jun 20 - Jun 28||$424|
|IAH||Tegucigalpa||Jun 5 - Jun 17||$436|
|ATL||Tegucigalpa||Jun 23 - Aug 11||$444|
|Number of Airlines Serving|
|Airlines Serving||Delta, Avianca, Copa|
|Number of Daily Flights|
|Airlines with Direct Flights|
When it comes to flying, every worldly adventurer has different priorities and preferences. With 7 airlines servicing Tegucigalpa, you're sure to find exactly what you're after. Carriers with great reviews include:
You don't have to look up flight options into several airports when traveling to Tegucigalpa. Tegucigalpa Airport (TGU-Toncontin Intl.) is the city's only airport, located 1 miles (2 kilometers) from all the action downtown.Where to stay in Tegucigalpa
Whether you're the type who prefers taking the path less traveled or you're more inspired by those renowned sights, you'll find the perfect place to stay in Tegucigalpa. Honduras' alluring capital offers no less than 34 properties to select from.
Who doesn't adore life's luxuries? If you want to treat yourself for a couple of nights, check in to the Tegucigalpa Marriott Hotel or the Real InterContinental Tegucigalpa at Multiplaza Mall. If you're simply looking for a comfy space to get some sleep, don't worry! There are options for you too. The Palmira Hostel and the La Ronda Downtown Hostel are some wallet-friendly alternatives.Places to visit in Tegucigalpa
Let your kids burn off a bit of their limitless energy when they're running around and playing at Parque Central, a green oasis. Want some more options? Peace Monument is a well-known landmark that provides visitors with an interesting look into the history of the community. But there's more. Are you looking for something a little different? Make arrangements to have a look at Los Dolores Church, a local house of prayer.How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Tegucigalpa
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Travelers flock to Tegucigalpa for the dual worlds it presents – a classically clogged city center, full of people and places to see, as well as a peaceful, mild climate complemented by forested highland hills. Inside the city, you'll find some excellent colonial architecture contrasted with a vibrant modern music scene – a clash of cultural elements that combine to make the capital of Honduras a truly unique destination. Flights to Tegucigalpa offer a chance to see the nature and sprawl side by side, before landing at Toncotin International Airport (TGU).
Located just four miles from the city center, it's easy to get from the nice and modern TGU to the center of Tegucigalpa. Hotels in the historic city center make for a great home base when exploring the capital and beyond. Your hotel in Tegucigalpa may have shuttles to and from the airport, so be sure to check once you book your Tegucigalpa flights. If not, there are a number of private shuttle services, car rentals, and of course taxis waiting outside the airport. Public transportation really isn't an option, so it's best to stick with the aforementioned choices. Taxis are a really great option, since they have a set fare from TGU to anywhere in the main city. The journey only takes around 20 minutes, and it's bound to get you excited and ready to experience all that this bustling capital has to offer.
The intriguing, multi-faceted world of Honduras' highland capital awaits, and it's best not to keep what locals affectionately call the city of "Tegus" waiting. An adventure in Tegucigalpa doesn't have to be expensive, and you can find great deals on airfare as well as cheap vacation packages to Tegucigalpa on Travelocity. Browse cheap flights to Tegucigalpa today, and search over 400 airlines and 510,000 hotels worldwide.