Budget, Destinations

Travel Europe on the Cheap

June 10, 2013 by

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If you’re planning a European adventure, be sure to check out Ryan Air. It’s a small, privately owned, no-frills airline that offers hoppers all over Europe, helping you see all Europe has to offer, without blowing your budget on trains, buses, and gas.

Roundtrip flights are often as cheap as 10€ ($16) from Germany to Dublin, or 30-60€  ($60-80) from Germany to Spain or Portugal.

Ryan Air offers point-to-point services, meaning all the flights are direct, and there are no transfers. Destinations vary from different locations, so check the website to see what options you have.

In order to keep it cheap, there are certain tips you need to know. One bag, and one bag only, is allowed for carry-on. This can be up to 22lbs and can only carry items that will pass security (3oz liquids, etc.). Checked bags will cost extra.

Flexible dates are also very helpful in scoring cheap tickets…weekdays are usually cheapest. Finally, pay with debit card to avoid a 2% additional fee.

To be clear, this isn’t a fancy flight. You’ll get a drink, and that’s about it. But you’ll be saving a lot of money that will allow for more luxury at your destination.

Check out RyanAir  for more information.

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