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What to Expect When You Arrive at Astana International Airport (TSE)
Around 3 million travelers pass through this airport each year. The airport is located 10 miles south of the city center. Since there is public transportation serving the city, there is no need to reserve expensive taxis, unless you are leaving the region. If that is the case, you may be interested in car rental. Use Skyscanner's cheap rental car search to find the best deals available. You will need a valid driver's license and additional customary insurance. Car rental kiosks are located near baggage claim.
The airport itself is modern and updated. There are several duty-free shopping areas for international travelers. These feature local vodka and other spirits, as well as clothing and souvenirs. There are several restaurants and bars located in the airport.
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All major airlines fly into TSE Here are a few of the best deals we found from major U.S. cities. Use Skyscanner's powerful search features to locate the cheapest flights to Astana International Airport from your area. The cheapest month to fly to Astana from the U.S. is September. However, there are always good deals available through Skyscanner. Below are some of the cheapest flights we found from popular cities across the US.
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Astana on a Budget
In addition to many cheap hotels in Astana, you'll find that there are many free or low-cost attractions in the area as well.
When you compare Astana to other capital cities, you will find some remarkable differences. After the fall of the former USSR, Astana became the capital of Kazakhstan. Less than two decades ago the city did not even exist. So, it is very modern regarding architecture and design. It is because of the unique mix of design that has caused some to name it the "weirdest capital in the world. So, if you are on the trail to experience something strange and surprising, you'll find plenty to see in Astana.
You'll want to visit the Palace of Peace and Reconciliation. You'll be amazed at this oddity, which is a 200 ft. tall pyramid of glass. Also on your list should be the Central Concert Hall. From above, it was designed to resemble a budding flower. Not to be missed is the flying saucer-shaped circus, a replica of the White House, and the Baiterek, a 300 ft tall tower which looks a bit like a giant lollipop.