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Budget Travel: 5 Top International Destinations You Can Fly To With Spirit Airlines
Looking for an affordable option when planning international travel? Spirit Airlines is continuously launching new international routes.
The airline, known for its affordable domestic flights, recently added two daily nonstop flights to Monterrey, Mexico.
There are currently 29 nonstop international destinations across the Caribbean and Latin America that Spirit flies to.
Here are the top international destinations you can visit at discounted rates with Spirit Airlines:
One-way flights start at $100 between August and September from Atlanta (ATL), Fort Lauderdale (FLL), Newark (EWR), Orlando (MCO), and Tampa (TPA) to Armenia (AXM).
Armenia, surrounded by the Andes Mountains, is known for its coffee farms. Hop around to various farms and indulge in some of the world’s best java.
San José, Costa Rica
You can find one-way flights to San José (SJO) starting at $76 between August and September from Atlanta (ATL), Chicago (ORD), Fort Lauderdale (FLL), Miami (MIA), and Orlando (MCO).
Explore the rainforests, volcanoes and incredible beaches San José has to offer. The Manuel Antonio National Park, located on the Pacific Coast is a must-visit site when visiting.
One-way flights start at $96 between August and September to Guayaquil (GYE) from Atlanta (ATL), Chicago (ORD), For Lauderdale (FLL), Houston (IAH), and Orlando (MCO).
You can explore Malecón 2000 for views of the Guayas River or visit Guayaquil Historical Park for a chance to spot native wildlife.
San Pedro Sula, Hoduras
One-way flights start at just $63 between August and September to San Pedro Sula (SPR) from Houston (IAH), Fort Lauderdale (FLL), Miami (MIA), Newark (EWR), and Richmond (RIC).
Explore the cultural and historical sites while being surrounded by the Caribbean Sea and Sula Valley. San Pedro Sula is great for snorkeling, so get ready!
Book a one-way flight starting at $139 between October and November to Monterrey (MTY) from Austin (AUS) and Houston (IAH).
Monterrey is the second-largest city in Mexico and is filled with cultural landmarks and history. When in the city, you have to visit Macroplaza, the fifth-largest plaza in the world.