If you’ve been eyeing an European vacation this year, now’s the time to buy your tickets! Multiple airlines, including Air Canada, American Airlines, Air France, KLM and United Airlines, have dropped airfare prices to popular cities in Europe to under $700 roundtrip, including tax, with many routes available for under $600. Just last week, fares to most European destinations are $900 on up, with the exception of Russia and Poland where prices have been in the $550 to $650 multiple times this year, including a few times when it was under $500.

Today’s sale includes Dublin, Shannon, Rome, Athens, Paris and more. Travel is available late summer to late fall, with many routes to Ireland available through March, including travel over St. Patrick’s Day.

If you don’t see your city of choice on sale, you can create your own 2 week calendar to find the best fares.

Cheap Flights to Europe

The prices below represent a savings of up to $400 on typical roundtrip prices. These fares are not part of an airline sale and may disappear at any time, so book ASAP.

Availability varies by route. Click on the Fare Calendar links below to find the best dates to travel August to November, unless otherwise noted (blackouts may apply). All prices roundtrip, including taxes.

Cheap Flights to Dublin, Ireland
Cheap Flights to Shannon, Ireland
More Cheap Flights to Europe

Don’t see fares from your hometown? Create your own 2 week calendar to find the best fares from your city. And for hotel suggestions, check out Fly.com/hotels for deals and offers.

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Kim has been hunting flight deals and writing travel articles for over 13 years. His articles have appeared in the Boston Herald, Chicago Daily Herald, and Frommer’s Budget Travel, among other publications. Amsterdam, Bangkok, Rome, and Sydney are some of his favorite destinations and he aspires to one day live in Italy. La dolce vita!

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