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Americans Can Fly To These 5 European Cities For Less Than $600 Right Now

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If you’ve been dying to make 2024 the year you finally go on your dream holiday to Europe, we’ve got good news for you. 

Visiting iconic cities like London, Paris, and Madrid may not have to be as expensive as you think, thanks to a sale through British Airways. 

If you’re a traveler looking to go further for less, taking advantage of airline deals such as this one is an excellent way to stretch your dollar further. 

Lisbon, Portugal City Skyline with Sao Jorge Castle and the Tagus River

Flight tickets account for a large part of trip expenses when going abroad, but if you use travel hacks like finding sale deals, using credit card points (here are some of our faves), or flying out of larger airports, you can go international on a modest budget. 

Be sure to jump on these prices as this sale only lasts until January 30. 

American travelers can score economy round-trip tickets for under $600 from many major U.S. airports to these 5 coveted European cities.

Woman in Paris France


We love any opportunity to visit the world’s favorite tourist destination for less. 

There’s a reason France continues to attract more travelers than almost anywhere else in the world. 

Paris has remained magnetic throughout the centuries due to its vibrant cultural scene, unmatched pastries and cuisine, and romantic ambiance. 

What sounds better than spending a week checking out some of the best art museums in the world and crossing the Eiffel Tower off your bucket list?  

British Airway’s current ticket sale prices are as cheap as $475 for an economy round-trip ticket for a one-week journey in March flying out of Philadelphia. Other cities with tickets under $600 include Chicago, New York, and Miami.

Early Spring is an attractive time to visit the city of lights,  and it's a wise choice to skip the higher metro fares and skyrocketing accommodation costs accompanying the coming Olympics in Paris this summer.

paris eiffel tower


The UK consistently proves itself to be one of the most desired countries among American travelers. 

It's obvious why England’s most iconic city is at the top of many of our bucket lists–London just has so much for visitors to experience. 

Whether you want a proper night on the tiles at a centuries-old pub or to visit classic attractions like Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey, you’ll never be bored in the Big Smoke. 

One of my personal favorite things about my time in London was the city’s epic museums; you could spend days discovering the vast collections of the Tate Modern or British Museum. 

And the best part is admission is free! 

Round-trip tickets from several major U.S. airports like Los Angeles, Chicago, Cincinnati, San Francisco, and Denver cost just $587 based on a 7-night trip.

Big ben clock tower in winter sunny morning, London


Spain’s popularity has been skyrocketing lately, and Madrid is a consistent favorite destination. 

With round-trip economy tickets as low as $440 out of Boston, New York, San Francisco, Chicago and more, you could be wandering around this sunny city eating the best tapas of your life. 

This beloved destination is rich with history breathtaking architecture, and national monuments. 

The walkable Spanish capital has a storybook aesthetic to it, with castle-like buildings and cobblestone streets. 

aerial view of downtown Madrid

You’ll find a top-notch art scene here and plenty of cultural experiences to enjoy, like Flamenco dance performances. 

Madrid is also known for its nightlife, and you can pick from many trendy clubs and bars. 

Nature lovers will love the city's green spaces. 

Casa de Campo, Spain's largest green space, and El Retiro Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, are perfect for getting your nature fix.

Cibeles Fountain in Madrid Spain


Photos of the colorful streets and cheery facades of Lisbon have flooded Instagram in recent years, and you don’t want to miss out on this trendy destination. 

This sunny city makes an excellent early spring getaway, and by visiting in the shoulder season, you’ll avoid crowds.

Highlights of Lisbon include its beloved nightlife, panoramic views from atop hills, and chic neighborhoods with charming architecture. 

Tickets with British Airway’s current sale cost just $467 for a week round-trip in February flying from Cincinnati.

Lisbon, Portugal - Yellow tram on a street with colorful houses and flowers on the balconies - Bica Elevator going down the hill of Chiado


Italy is one of the quintessential must-see European destinations, renowned for its culture and food. 

Cosmopolitan city Milan is at the center of the fashion and design world as well as being Italy’s financial hub. 

Here you’ll find all the delicious pasta needed to fully embody your Eat-Pray-Love moment, along with so much more. 

An ariel view of Milan, Italy

Breathtaking cathedrals, dozens of art galleries and museums to choose from, and the most diverse architecture to be found in Italy are just some of the draws. 

Perhaps the most famous work of art ever, the iconic Last Supper from Leonardo Da Vinci has its home here, kept in the Santa Maria Delle Grazie. 

Whether you come for fashion, art, or to simply stroll the streets taking it all in, you won’t be disappointed.  

Americans can fly to Milan from JFK this spring for only $512.

Glass dome of Galleria Vittorio Emanuele in Milan, Italy

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Sunday 28th of January 2024