Cheap Fares to Europe from East Coast, Round-Trips from $256

Cheap Fares to Europe

Cheap Fares to Europe from East Coast

If you’re planning to fly to Europe, you can currently buy round-trip fares to several countries for less than $300. These fares are available from several east cost airports. To take advantage of these low fares you need to fly within the next few months. 

Some fares are in Basic Economy and some have a layover. You should also be aware of new restrictions added by several European countries, especially for unvaccinated Americans. But these fares are available from multiple airports, even some smaller ones, so it makes it easier for travelers that are not near a major hub.

Best Fares

  • NYC – Helsinki for $256
  • Philadelphia – Dublin for $267
  • NYC – London for $270
  • Miami – Barcelona for $286
  • NYC – Barcelona for $271
  • Miami – Oslo for $273
  • NYC – Oslo for $273
  • NYC – Milan for $279
  • Boston – Dublin for $281
  • NYC – Prague for $281
  • Philadelphia – Zurich for $285
  • Boston – Barcelona for $286
  • Philadelphia – Oslo for $287
  • NYC – Milan for $296

How to Book

You can start your search on Google Flights to find the fares that fit your schedule and price range. The link should show you flights from NYC to Europe in the next 6 months, for $300 or less. Chance your departure and price range to see other options. Once you find a fare that works for you, click and book through an online travel agency, or even directly on the airline’s website, using the flight information.

Guru’s Wrap-up

This is a good time to book paid fares to Europe, if you are planning to travel. Just make sure to stay updated with the latest travel restrictions for your destination. Check the US Embassy’s website and also the CDC country ranking for Covid risk.

Don’t forget to use one of the best credit cards for travel purchases, and check out these 11 tips on how to fly for cheap.

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