If you are looking for a cheap and easy way to get to Europe this spring, this is the flight deal for you.
Star Alliance group, which includes United Airlines, has dropped its prices on round-trip flights to Copenhagen, Denmark. The lowest priced routes can be found leaving from Chicago and New York City for $275.
This current promotion is valid for travel in April through early May. You can find other low-cost options departing from Boston, Philadelphia, and Dallas. Use Momondo.com to search for the dates with the lowest prices. You can then follow the links for purchase. These routes will price a little higher if you search via Google Flights.
This flight deal is perfect to help you plan a “Euro tour.” With low-cost European carriers like Ryanair, you can score one-way flights across Europe for around $20. If the airline is having a sale, you can find them even lower than that. If you decide to plan a multi-city trip via a deal like this, be mindful of your packing. To save money, you want to avoid possible baggage fees that come along with low-cost carriers. You can reference their website for all restrictions.
The first thing to do once you’ve settled into your accommodation is walk to the nearest bike/bicycle shop (bike shops are everywhere) and rent a bike for your stay. It’s a super cheap and an easy way to get around the city. You get to feel like a local for the next couple of days and see some of the sights by bike.
Experience the city’s canals by boat. You can buy a ticket for a seat on a canal boat from Gamel Strand, located in the city center. After a few hours in Copenhagen, you’ll be intrigued by all the cycling and its’ funny sounding language. So head to the Danish National Museum to gain some insight into Denmark’s rich cultural history and get up to speed on how the Vikings tried to conquer the world.