We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.

Find the best flight to Barbados

Find flights

Compare prices (in new window)
    Select all
Cheap Flightsrecently found by travellers
Washington DC
WAS
Miami
MIA
US$185
American Airlines
Thu 13/09 - Mon 17/09
US$185
Washington DC
WAS
Las Vegas
LAS
US$180
American Airlines
Mon 27/08 - Wed 29/08
US$180
Washington DC
WAS
Orlando
ORL
US$115
American Airlines
Tue 09/10 - Tue 30/10
US$115
Washington DC
WAS
London
LON
US$387
Icelandair
Tue 27/11 - Wed 12/12
US$387
Washington DC
WAS
Los Angeles
LAX
US$276
Spirit Airlines
Thu 16/08 - Mon 20/08
US$276
Washington DC
WAS
San Salvador
SAL
US$517
American Airlines
Sun 24/06 - Fri 29/06
US$517
Washington DC
WAS
Fort Lauderdale
FLL
US$144
Spirit Airlines
Mon 20/08 - Fri 24/08
US$144
Washington DC
WAS
Frankfurt
FRA
US$1,178
WOW air
Sun 15/07 - Tue 31/07
US$1,178
Washington DC
WAS
Lima
LIM
US$562
Copa Airlines
Wed 05/09 - Fri 14/09
US$562
Washington DC
WAS
Paris
PAR
US$718
Multiple Airlines
Mon 27/08 - Sun 16/09
US$718
Bayfield House
Bayfield House
327 Reviews
Barbados
from
Beach View
Beach View
1,183 Reviews
Barbados
from
Little Arches Boutique Hotel
Little Arches Boutique Hotel
845 Reviews
Barbados
from
St. Lawrence Beach Condominiums
St. Lawrence Beach Condominiums
232 Reviews
Barbados
from
Arriving in Barbados

Cheap flights to Barbados depart from London Gatwick Airport and Manchester Airport. International flights to Barbados arrive at Grantley Adams International Airport in Seawell, near Bridgetown. UK citizens do not require a visa to enter Barbados. Taxis are available outside the terminal building – look for the number plates with ‘Z’ on them to identify taxis. There will a list of destinations and prices displayed in the arrivals hall. Have a look through the list before getting into a taxi. Buses to Bridgetown depart frequently from the road outside the terminal building.

Show more
Getting Around Barbados

Private taxis are easily available for hire throughout the island. The Barbados Transport Board operates a network of public buses around Barbados. These can be recognised by their blue livery. Tickets can be purchased from the driver - passengers will need to have the exact change to pay for tickets. The distinctive privately-owned ZR minivans and yellow minibuses also provide regular services around the island. Tickets can be purchased from the driver, and cost the same as government buses.

Show more
Main Attractions

Harrison’s Cave is a series of splendid caverns bedecked in layers of stalactites and stalagmites. Visitors are driven through most of the cave system by tram but are able to disembark at certain points to get a closer look at the formations. Hike through Welchman Hall Gully to enjoy the island’s lush beauty. Tyrol Cot Heritage Village is a traditional Bajan-style model village showcasing traditional art and crafts. Finished crafts can be purchased in the village shop, which also sells local food and rum. The grand Sunbury Plantation House features thick walls made of ballast stones salvaged from 17th century ships. Furnished in plantation-era antiques, the house provides an insight into life during colonial times.

Show more
Shopping, Dining and Nightlife

Pick up locally made handicrafts at Pelican Village, a shopping district just outside Bridgetown. Swan Street in Bridgetown is a pedestrianised shopping street with shops stocking inexpensive clothes, jewellery and crafts. Cave Shepard is the largest department store on the island. It sells a large variety of duty-free goods. Oistins - in the island’s south - is a little fishing village popular with seafood fans. Locals and visitors congregate here every Friday night for its famous fish fry, when freshly caught and cooked seafood is sold from huts along the beach. Sunbury Plantation House has a restaurant serving up plenty of Bajan favourites in its buffet. Try the fried flying fish and Bajan beef stew with a side of peas and rice. St. Lawrence’s Gap is a popular nightlife district. The area is filled with plenty of bars and nightclubs.

Show more
On Arrival...
  • Barbados is 7 mi from Grantley Adams Intl Airport (Bridgetown, Barbados).
  • Grantley Adams Intl Airport (Bridgetown, Barbados)
    • Right now, 14 airlines operate out of Grantley Adams Intl Airport.
    • Grantley Adams Intl Airport offers nonstop flights to 17 cities.
    • Every week, at least 86 domestic flights and 67 international flights depart from Grantley Adams Intl Airport.
Show more