Iceland from $354 roundtrip (East Coast)
Fly to Iceland with these cheap flights from Delta & KLM Airlines. Depart from New York & Boston between May to June 2020 with checked-in bags additional.
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Iceland is one of my favourite destinations mainly because it’s quiet, and cool all year round. I caught local buses but as I was there in off-season (March) they were sporadic. The only other option is hiring a car, which gets you off the beaten tracks and some places are only accessible via car.
There’s only one main road around the island so it’s impossible to get lost. I hope to go back to Iceland and spend 6 weeks in a tiny cabin, just writing everyday. However, hot pools, icebergs, volcanoes, quiet coastal walks, and cosy cabins will easily fill your days otherwise.
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Germany from $347 roundtrip (East Coast)
Scandinavian Airlines is having a sale on flights to Hamburg, Germany. Depart from New York, Chicago, Miami & Washington during March & October 2020.
If you only need a point-to-point ticket in Britain or Europe, you can book those here.
England from $313 roundtrip (East Coast)
Fly to London, United Kingdom with these cheap flights from British Airways & American Airlines. Depart from New York, Boston, Philadelphia & Miami between February to April 2020.
Looking for things to do in London? Find activities here.
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