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Cheap Flights to Sale
|Popular in||July||High demand for flights, 63% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||November||Best time to find cheap flights, 10% potential price drop|
|Average price||£197||Average for round-trip flights in April 2020|
|Round-trip from||£80||From London to Rabat|
Cheapest prices for Sale flights by month
When is the best time to fly to Sale?
Choose a month below to see average flight price and weather conditions.
LON - RBA
£42 - £365
17 - 28 °C
3 - 95 mm
When is the best time to book flights to Sale?
To ensure you get the cheapest price possible for a flight to Sale, you should look to book at least 56 days in advance of your intended travel date. The price of your flight may increase if you delay and leave booking until a week or so before departure.
Which day is cheapest to fly to Sale?
The cheapest flights to Sale are usually found when departing on a Thursday. The departure day with the highest cost at present is Wednesday.
What time of day is cheapest to fly?
At the moment, flights at midday are likely to offer the best value for money for your Sale trip. A flight in the morning will more often than not be of higher cost.
How long is the flight to Salé, Morocco?
Flights from the United Kingdom to Rabat-Salé airport, Morocco range anywhere from 5h and 25m to over 24h, depending on the departure city and the number of stops.
Where can you get direct flights from the UK to Salé, Morocco?
There are no direct flights from the United Kingdom to Salé, Morocco. However, travellers can get one-stop flights from London, Birmingham, Walesby, Galway, and Edinburgh.
How do you get from Salé, Morocco to the city centre?
From Rabat-Salé Airport, visitors can travel to the city centre by way of bus, taxi or tram. While taking a taxi is the fastest option, it is the most expensive. Buses are cheaper than taxis and are scheduled to leave 1h after each arrival flight. Going to downtown Salé by tram only takes about 15m, and trams run every 8-10m, making it a very speedy and convenient option.
What are some things to do in Salé and Rabat, Morocco?
Salé sits on the bank of the Bou Regreg River and is known for being an old pirate town, its breathtaking architecture and creative locals who make and sell their wares. For visitors who love museums and all things history, there are a couple to explore while in Salé. El Borge is a true, still-standing piece of history full of fascinating facts and old architecture. And from El Borge, visitors get a fantastic view of the Seamen’s Cemetery. Another museum is the Belghazi Museum, known for its Moroccan artefacts, jewellery, religious texts, and friendly guides.
As for landmarks and must-see sights, the Complexe Artisanal Oulja is an area of the city reserved for various artisans to sell their wares. Here, you can buy a handmade souvenir, or just watch as locals make gorgeous pieces of pottery and other goods. For adventurers and nature-lovers, Salé offers the beautiful Bouregreg Marina. Here, you can experience great views, watch boats come in and even dine while gazing at the water.
And for families, the Rokya Aquaparc is a great place to stay cool, take a dip and have some fun. At this family-friendly water park, there are pools of various sizes, a waterfall, and even restaurants so you may spend the whole day splashing around. There’s also Magic Park, a carnival-like amusement park that sits on the banks of the Bou Regreg and offers picturesque views of the Rabat castle. It offers tons of rides, booths and carnival snacks kids love.
Do I need a passport or visa to fly to Salé, Morocco?
Yes, travellers flying from the United Kingdom to Salé do need a valid passport that does not expire during the duration of their stay. However, British nationals do not need a visa to enter the country of Morocco as long as their visit is for tourism only and have space in their passports for a Moroccan stamp. Travellers can stay in Morocco for up to three months if they’re a tourist. It’s important to receive an entry stamp, as Moroccan officials must see it in order for tourists to leave the country.