Cheap Flights to Europe This Fall: 4 Top Destinations
Fall is a great time to travel to Europe—the weather is still warm, crowds are fewer, and flights (especially right now) are cheap. Travel through some of the best places to visit in Europe this time of year—Ireland, Portugal, France, and Italy.
Flights to Europe this fall are on serious sale. Our staff checked for November dates and found round-trips like Boston to Dublin on Aer Lingus for $450; New York to Rome on Air Canada for $367; Los Angeles to Paris on Norwegian for $430; Chicago to Lisbon on TAP (Air Portugal) for $554.
Europeans and others fill the tourist places during the summer months. With fewer crowds and lower-cost flights and accommodation, so the fall can make more sense for scheduled travel time.
If it’s culture, history, and variety you’re after, Europe delivers—and in this season, do it at a discount. Here are four itineraries to consider in your plans. Travel to Ireland, Portugal, France, or Italy.
Because of Ireland’s long and varied history, rich culture, great food, dramatic landscapes, and the widespread use of the English language, it’s perfectly possible to spend seven days in a single area around any of Ireland’s hundreds of interesting cities and towns.
But getting a feel for the depth and breadth of Ireland is entirely possible in a reasonably short time thanks in large part to Ireland’s excellent train and bus systems, which crisscross the country.
How to Spend 7 Days in Ireland guides visitors from Dublin to Galway, the Cliffs of Moher, Adare in County Limerick, and the Dingle Peninsula.
Long an under-the-radar destination, today Portugal’s low costs, historic towns, warm weather, and varied landscapes are attracting Americans in increasing numbers. Rich in culture, Portugal offers many adventures — cruise a river past the terraced landscape of one of Portugal’s finest wine-growing regions…view a Gothic church with 650 pounds of gold plating or step back in time at Portugal’s best-preserved Roman ruins.
Stretch out on the sands of the Portuguese Riviera and, atop a mountain in a national forest, embrace Romanticism in a flamboyant palace. There are award-winning wineries, fresh fish and aged beef for the connoisseur.
How to Spend 7 Days in Portugal guides travelers from Porto to Sintra and Lisbon and then down to Faro in one week.
We offer you five places that offer good weather, friendly locals, and good-value living worthy of exploring. Community is important, an energetic group that welcomes foreigners while giving you access to great food is a requirement. Head for Languedoc Roussillon, and the Gulf of Lion, where you can investigate Carcassonne, Narbonne, Nice, Eze, and Aix en Provence.”
Italy has a staggering amount to offer travelers and residents. Romantic cities, timeless hill towns, snowy mountains, idyllic islands, vineyard-covered countryside, and a rivetingly beautiful coastline.
Expats in Italy say they love not only the art, culture, impressive architecture, world-renowned food, and easy access to the rest of Europe, but also the slower pace of life and the culture that prioritizes family and friends over work and to-do lists.
This is the very definition of sweet life. It’s about surrounding yourself with people you love, taking the time to enjoy even the simplest things—a delicate zucchini blossom, a well-made cup of coffee, the feeling of sand between your toes—and prioritizing the important things in life.
Italian Tour itinerary includes eight stops from San Marino right back up to Florence
We hope that you get to experience the wonder of Europe this fall, we would love to see some of your pictures!