British Airways operates regular flights to Port of Spain. Flights land at Piarco International Airport, 15 miles east of Port of Spain. Take a taxi to the lively city after your Port of Spain flight. In no time you'll be listening to calypso across Port of Spain's downtown streets and eating traditional callaloo vegetable soup in Port of Spain restaurants after your flight.
The easiest way to get to Port of Spain after your flight is by taxi. When your flight to Port of Spain arrives, head outside to find a metered taxi. If you prefer to drive after your Port of Spain flight, you'll find car hire counters inside the flight terminal. The drive to Port of Spain takes about 45 minutes. Give yourself plenty of time to catch your return flight from Port of Spain during busy morning and afternoon rush hours.
When your flights to Port of Spain have landed, start at Independence Square, the meeting point in the centre of Port of Spain. Take in the Victorian splendour of City Gate and views of the harbour from King's Wharf. Make your way to Port of Spain's favourite park, Queen's Park Savannah, to stretch your legs after a long flight, or to watch a Port of Spain cricket match. Head downtown to visit panyards where Port of Spain Carnival musicians start rehearsing six months before February's Carnival. Go west to find restaurants serving the finest Port of Spain jerk chicken and roti bread. Before your homeward flight from Port of Spain, shop around Woodford Square for spices and recordings of Port of Spain's calypso music to take home.