The Cheapest Places To Fly Into Europe​

The cheapest places to fly into Europe

For most travellers Europe is a must go destination, if not the first destination. With an area that can almost  fit inside the continent of Australia you have around 50 countries easily accessible and very well connected, making it a dream for travellers of all walks of life. Its no secret that Europe can be very expensive, especially for those coming from countries that do not have the US Dollar or Pound. When travelling with a currency that is not so strong against the Euro, every money saving tip or sneaky travel tip can make a huge difference over a few months.

One great money saving tip is to fly into destinations that are a little cheaper than others, believe it or not some of the best cities to visit can also be the cheapest! We have came up with a list of our top cheapest places to fly into Europe, we hope this helps you save some money for more travels!

Madrid, Spain

Airport: Barajas Airport, Madrid, Spain (MAD)
Airline: Be sure to use a flight fare compare website as quite a few European airlines fly here. Prices do fluctuate, however you can get some really cheap one way tickets if you keep your eyes peeled.
Why so cheap? Barajas Airport is the 4th largest airport in Europe and definitely the busiest in Spain. With a high turnover they are able to keep prices low and pass that onto the consumer.

Warsaw, Poland

Airport: Warsaw Chopin Airport, Warsaw, Poland (WAW)
Airline: Be sure to use a flight fare compare website as quite a few European airlines fly here. Prices do fluctuate, however you can get some really cheap one way tickets if you keep your eyes peeled.
Why so cheap? Poland has lower taxes as well as operating costs, so naturally the savings are passed on to the consumer! A perfect contender for one of the cheapest places to fly into Europe.

Milan, Italy

Airport: Linate Airport (LIN)  and Malpensa Airport (MXP)
Airline: Emirates.
Why so cheap? Rome is generally one of the most expensive cities in Italy to fly into because of its popularity, Milan is a great cheaper option and will be a less touristy welcome into Italy.. And you can never go wrong with a flight with Emirates and their amazing service. While in Italy why not check out the Amalfi Coast.

Budapest, Hungary

Airport: Ferenc Liszt International Airport, Budapest (BUD)
Airline: Finnair and Aeroflot often have cheap flights into Budapest, however as Budapest is quickly becoming a hotspot lots of airlines are starting to do cheap flights from all European destinations. Before booking make sure you check compare websites as there is always last minute cheap seats going.
Why so cheap? Budapest in general is a really cheap city. This is partly from Hungary having their own currency (The Hungarian forint) Perfect for those backpackers & travellers trying to get the most out of their money. Defiantly one of the Cheapest places to fly into Europe.

Istanbul, Turkey

Airport: Atatürk Airport Istanbul  (IST)
Airline: Turkish Airlines.
Why so cheap? Turkish Airlines are known for having super competitive fares throughout the world. As they use Istanbul as their main hub you can get some awesomely cheap flights in!
Side note: Do keep in mind you will need to apply for a tourist visa online before you arrive in Turkey.
This is around £25 (However this can change depending on your passport/country of origin).

Dublin, Ireland

Airport: Dublin International Airport (DUB)
Airline: Aer Lingus and Ryanair.
Why so cheap? Aer Lingus and Ryanair are two of the cheapest operators serving Europe. Just like Poland, Dublin has lower taxes as well as operating costs, so naturally the savings are passed on to the consumer!
Side note: Dublin is one of the cheapest places to fly into Europe, however Dublin itself is a very expensive city. 
When in Dublin why not check out these amazing pet friendly pubs & cafes?

Moscow, Russia

Airports: Sheremetyevo International Airport (SVO)
Airline: Aeroflot Airlines.
Why so cheap? Russia’s own Aeroflot Airlines another of the cheapest airlines running in Europe
Side note:  To enter Russia you must have a tourist visa, keep in mind that Russia is one of the most difficult countries to obtain a visa for so research is essential before booking a flight! Tourist visas are around £70.

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