How To Fly To Europe For Cheap
Published on May 18, 2011
go on a vacation on off peak seasons. That way airfares and hotel
accommodations are much cheaper, and you also save yourself from enjoying
the tourist spots of the country you are visiting.
It's true, other seasons are much cheaper when flying to Europe (or just about anywhere it seems), but since I am often forced to fly during the summer, I found another money-saver: choose your aiport wisely. It seems that Heathrow has insane taxes when flying into there from the US or leaving there from the US (upwards of $200 easily). Germany is pretty bad with upwards of $100. France and Italy are much lower. So, check some different options if you are flexible with arrival and departure airport and you can save a lot - and there's always the added benefit of seeing another city and taking a cheap European flight to get to your original destination.