Flights To More Than 30 Cities In Europe Start At $260 Round-Trip
PUBLISHED: May 19, 2019
Can’t decide which city in Europe you want to visit this fall? We just spotted countless deals from the United States to more than 30 cities in Europe that might help you narrow down where you want to go.
Head to Google Flights to begin your search and keep in mind that most deals will be for travel days between August 2018 and next spring. See some of the deals from just a few cities below.
From Los Angeles
Barcelona is a steal at around $400 round-trip on Iberia or Norwegian for travel in the fall, and you should also look for deals to London (flights from $424), Rome (flights from $489), Oslo (flights from $387) and more cities if you’re departing from LAX.
Fly from Denver to Copenhagen for as little as $447 on airlines like British Airways and American, and also be on the hunt for deals to cities like Paris (flights from $515), Berlin (flights from $523) and many more if you’re departing from DIA.
From Ft. Lauderdale
If you’re in Fort Lauderdale, try looking for deals to Dublin, Stockholm, Lisbon and Oslo, with round-trip flights for travel this fall starting at well below $550 on airlines like Air Canada and United.
From New York City
Living in New York City may be expensive, but if you’re departing from the local major airports, getting to Europe is so cheap it’s almost funny. Take your pick of countless cities to visit, with round-trip airfare starting as low as $304 for a non-stop flight to Oslo on Norwegian for travel beginning in November. Get to Iceland for less than the cost to fly to Los Angeles thanks to a deal on WOW for $260 round-trip, and also be on the hunt for cheap tickets to Prague, Budapest, Amsterdam and just about every city in Europe you can imagine.
This is just a few of the departure cities and destinations we found, but there are hundreds of potential route options. To get started, try using our sample Google Flights map here and adjust the travel dates and times to what works for you. Remember that a cheap fare could mean a strict basic economy fare, so be sure to read all of the details before you book.