Traveling to Europe, what countries are least expensive?

Question by Kona Kai: Traveling to Europe, what countries are least expensive?
The countries I am thinking of visiting are UK, France, Germany, Holland, Italy. Which country is the least expensive to fly into? Where is the best place to purchase plane tickets?
I am flying out of LAX, Los Angeles

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Answer by thor_gare
Actually the least expensive place u forgot to list is Prague,Czech Republic.It doesnt use euro’s so things are rather affordable there,They are still using czk ( Czech koruna ).London is of coz expensive due to the currency exchange.But then again, u can go visit all the countries u have mentioned by budget flights.Its always cheaper to book ahead of time,prices go up when ure close to the departure date.Hope it helps.U can check Prague out,it wud be worth ur while.Cheers! 🙂

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20 thoughts on “Traveling to Europe, what countries are least expensive?”

  1. From your list of countries I think that Germany would be the cheapest to fly into. Their own airlines (www.hlx.com, http://www.germanwings.com) are pretty cheap to use to get around the rest of Europe. You can just buy those tickets online.

    Other countries that will be cheaper because they’re not on the euro are Croatia, Bosnia and Albania. Or others like Romania, Turkey or Macendonia if you want to see something cheap and different once you’re there.

  2. Kind of hard to answer without knowing where you’re flying from.

    Can you edit your question to add this? If so, you’ll get better quality answers, instead of just guesses.

  3. Really depends where you are coming from. For me it was very cheap to fly direct to Amsterdam, but I live in Minneapolis which is a NWA/ KLM hub. I suggest just surfing websites like expedia, travelocity etc. Otherwise let us know where your coming from.

  4. They say the further east and south you travel in europe the cheaper it is.

    Try skyscanner.net. This website has lots of the cheaper airlines (like easyjet, ryanair, etc) but it has others to and you can see which days are actually cheaper on a graph (when you select a month)…its really good.

  5. The behavior itself, no. I’m sayiong their behavior isn’t tolerated by lots
    of people on flights. It’s not like they’re being escorted off flights,
    they just have airlines and seating that gets the crowd seperate that
    doesn’t want to put up with the noise and antics. Thet have tons of
    problems with being on planes and people should have the option not to
    listen to the constant noise. It’s not like they’re banning children from
    all planes, just giving people the option not to be stuck with kids.

  6. So but do you really think that most parents think “I am totally sick and
    tired and such but regardless I hear my baby crying and I think I going to
    allow him to get as fussy as possible. LOL Little babies that are the age
    that are dealing with crying spells on planes aren’t easy to control a lot
    of times that is the CAUSE of the crying and a lot of times it is planes
    that are cheaper than driving,.

  7. You are saying it is untolerated more than tacky that a kid would act a
    certain way. I am saying it is tacky that an adults’ opinion can allow a
    kid free flight! Have you heard of sympathy for a baby? Maybe sick or over
    tired or with a ear ache from plane?

  8. Madam: I guess the problem with your logic is that assumes that the mother
    and father of a 6 month old WANT to be in constant disarray as a result of
    their kid not being happy and healthy while on flight!

  9. Tacky? More like untolerated. They tend to be VERY annoying of flights and
    for those on business trips or long flights, it’s too much. There’s only so
    much people will put up with.

  10. Wrong? No. We shouldn’t have to put up with bad behavior, crying,
    screaming, running down the isle, loud, etc. children and babies. There’s
    no hate on the children, just lack of tolerance for their typical behavior.
    Parents don’t need to make their problems ours, especially with parents who
    do nothing to comfort their children or babies.

  11. It’s not so much a crying baby it’s the parents who let their little angels
    run around the cabin bothering other people or who kick the back of the
    chairs. I sat in a window seat on flight from Toronto to Vancouver once and
    the parents kept encouraging the kids to crawl over me to look out the
    window. After about the sixth time I said please stop I really need to read
    these reports before I land. They looked at me like I’d hit their kids,
    said something about me hating kids and sulked.

  12. If airline “A” segregates crying babies while airline “B” does not, and if
    the ticket costs are the same, individual passengers will choose airline A.
    Parents with crying babies will also choose airline A because they don’t
    want to annoy other people. Simple economics. Its a good idea

  13. It’d be easier if it went to legalize drugging down frustrating kids on the
    planes – put something in their juice, their lemonade, their coca-cola,
    whatever they plan on digesting so everyone get some soothing and relaxing
    time during the flight. Either that or ban incompetent parents from flying.

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