Flights to Europe
The number of new cheap flights to Europe has made headlines lately, with carriers announcing more low fares from across the U.S. than ever before. This has caused many carriers to lower their prices as well, especially in fall and winter, when prices are historically low.
Travelers from the U.S. should consider looking at departures from major East Coast cities like New York, Boston, Fort Lauderdale and Washington, D.C., to see if rates are lower than flying from their hometown and adding a domestic flight to get east.
Many airlines also offer stopovers in Europe before reaching the final destination to create a trip within a trip. It’s easy to travel among cities once you’re in Europe, fly into cities besides Paris, London and Rome and explore lesser known gems like Budapest, Reykjavik, Lisbon and Frankfurt.