Many people’s first thought about traveling is that going anywhere worthwhile will break the bank. And while that can be the case, it can also be shockingly affordable if they just do a little bit of digging. Right now, there are flights available to 4 European destinations for under $400 round trip from the U.S. and Canada.
Travelers hear about cheap international flights and most likely ask themselves, “there’s gotta be a catch, right?!”. The only catch might be to whip out their credit card as soon as possible because airfare can change any time at the drop of a hat. Many of these deals don’t last long!
Toronto to Reykjavik for $244 Round Trip
If travelers are up for an adventure, then make no mistake, it does not get more affordable than this! Iceland has increased in popularity in recent years due to its truly unique culture and untouched landscapes. Since the collapse of Iceland-based budget airline WOW Air, it has been challenging to find a flight this cheap.
Americans have been able to take advantage of deals like this since 2021, when Play was established. Canadians can now join the party because Iceland’s newest airline is adding new routes. They are currently having a sale for flights from Toronto.
Passengers will arrive in Keflavik, near the charming capital city of Reykjavik. It is an easy cab or bus ride to the city center. Although, most tourists find themselves away from the city to explore Iceland’s natural wonders, such as volcanoes, waterfalls, and the world-famous Blue Lagoon.
The sample dates used were October 27, 2023 to November 11, 2023. The $240 price point is not limited to those dates, so those looking to purchase can try other dates on Play’s website that may be more suitable for them.
Los Angeles to Oslo for $379 Round Trip
Fjords anyone? SoCal travelers looking to explore new sights need look no further than this great deal through October 2023.
The sample dates for this deal are September 16, 2023 to September 26, 2023. The price of $379 is not limited to these dates, so those interested can play around with dates on Norse’s easily accessible website.
Travelers will arrive in the gorgeous capital city of Oslo, composed of cobblestone streets, troll-themed folklore, and innovative architecture. Oslo is worth visiting all on its own, but many tourists take time to go outside the city to visit the beautiful fjords.
Bergen is a small town that packs a punch with its amazing scenery and charming town square known as Torgallmenningen. Easily accessible by Norway’s rail system, travelers should consider taking a day or two to venture out of the city life and take in the incomparable views of Norway’s fjords.
Chicago to Prague for $382 Round Trip
Prague is a beautiful city that needs to be “Czeched” off every traveler’s bucket list. From world-renowned museums to parties that last all night long, travelers will find their niche here. Being able to visit Prague for under $400 from the U.S. is almost unheard of!
Anyone looking to spend a week here should purchase this deal as soon as they can. This price will not last long.
The sample date used for this flight is August 14, 2023 to August 22, 2023.
Newark to Helsinki for $399 Round Trip
Travelers from the Big Apple and across the Hudson River should consider Finland for a week-long trip. Flights to Helsinki are rarely this low, so those interested should jump on this deal right away.
Travelers will land in Helsinki, the capital of Finland known for its chic style. Like Iceland and Norway, many tourists make their way outside the city to explore Finland’s natural beauty, such as Savonlinna. The town of Porvoo is also a popular attraction as it is Finland’s second oldest city known for its charming cobblestone streets, wooden homes, and baked goods.
The sample dates for this trip are April 18, 2023 to April 26, 2023.
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