New Flight Routes, Emerging Destinations & Everything Else You Need to Know about Europe 2018

New Flight Routes, Emerging Destinations & Everything Else You Need to Know about Europe 2018

Europe is calling travelers in 2018 like never before. New flight routes from the U.S. and Canada hold promise of affordable ticket prices, even in the height of summer. Oft-overlooked destinations like Portugal’s art filled port city of Porto and Spain’s sublime Valencia are attracted much-deserved attention.

I was thrilled to be asked by the fine folks at Smarter Travel (seriously, I love this site!) to craft a list of what travelers to Europe this summer need to know. So, here’s number one:

Book your ticket and go.

With that settled, here’s more:

10 Things to Know Before You Go to Europe in 2018

by Jess Simpson

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2018 is taking shape as a robust year for travel to Europe, particularly during the summer months. A surge of new nonstop routes from the U.S. and Canada, not only from legacy carriers like Delta and Air Canada but also from discount powerhouses such as Norwegian Air, ensure competitive flight deals. Yet cheap tickets for Europe 2018 trips are far from the only reason to pack a bag.

A more crowded and diverse flight market means easier access to emerging destinations across Europe—hello, Budapest and Porto. In off-the-beaten-path places from the Balkans to British Isles, locals take great pride in sharing their culture’s unique customs, language, cuisine, and natural wonders. Continue reading…

Now the question: Are you visiting Europe this summer? If yes, tell us…where ya going? We can’t wait to hear all about it! 

 

 

 

 


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