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Yesterday, Dan wrote about the 8 Most Romantic Cities in the World. Many people would only dream about seeing these wonderful places, but you’re a travel buff and you know you can go anywhere you want on a budget. With the ongoing sale to Europe from the USA, several of the cities on Dan’s list are seeing prices for less than $500 round trip in basic economy, not just from major cities but smaller locations as well. Buy-up to main cabin to sit together for $110 to $180 more. The big 3 domestic airlines and their partners are all involved, so odds are good that your local airport will get you to Europe for less. Here are some options:





Sample Route

  • Departure: IND
  • Stops: PHL, MAD
  • Arrival: FLR

a screenshot of a flight summary

How to Book

  • Follow link for sample dates or search Google Flights optional for departure and destination

Travel Dates

  • March 2019
  • 4, 7 – 10 day stay required

Where to Stay

Good luck and happy flying!

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