New international destinations series: Non-stop to Tenerife

United Airlines

New international destinations
  • Why Tenerife is known as the “Hawaii of the east”
  • How to fly non-stop to Tenerife, in Canary Islands, Spain
  • The island’s special drink, Barraquito
  • The landscape of Tenerife: Perfect weather, lush forests, plunging cliffs, natural volcanic pools and the highest peak in Spain
  • All about the architecture: From small towns surrounded by 15th and 16th century buildings, to luxurious, chic retreats with world-class cuisine, golf, paragliding and more
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