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Flying is often the most expensive part of a trip. I've seen it be the deal breaker when budgeting, and you realize that you can't possibly justify spending $2,000 on a round trip ticket. If I was president, I would totally abuse having Air force 1 at my disposal.
But, since I don't, I've put together a handy dandy list of the cheapest cities to fly to in Europe. Regardless of where you are going, there's probably a cheaper airport to fly into nearby. Going to London? Consider flying to Dublin instead. It's not that far away and you can save hundreds. Sometimes it's not the airline, but the airport that causes the fair to be so high due to passenger fees. Without further ado, here's the list!
Overall, Best Prices:
You will obviously have to take into account the time of year and if there are any big festivals or events going on that may impact the prices. You'll also have to decide if a little detour is both worth the savings when figuring cost and travel time to your main destination.
If you're planning a big across Europe trip, and not just visiting in one city. I would recommend looking into booking a multi-stop ticket like we did for our trip to Italy. The price was actually $10 cheaper and we didn't have to waste time or money backtracking.
Anywho, I hope you all have an amazing week!
Hi there! I'm Skeeter. I grew up moving a lot and that makes me a bit restless for travel and exploration. I started this blog with my husband Pat when we decided to backpack New Zealand for a year. We are always looking for the next adventure and are loving life. We're just your average couple with two sassy dogs and a love for travel. We're sharing our travels and the tips we pick up along the way.
Hello! I'm Liz. Blogging is very new to me, but I'm so excited to finally write as much as I talk!
"Don't forget to travel happy"-Skeeter & Liz