23 Cheapest European Cities & Airports to Fly into in 2020

Budapest RiverviewSo many of us starting in the US or Canada will be visiting multiple cities when we tour Europe that we have the luxury of flying into several different destinations. But with the airline business changing so rapidly, how do we know which are the cheapest cities to fly into?

Not too many years ago the cheapest flights into Europe were almost always into the largest and busiest airports, which are in London, Frankfurt, Paris, and Amsterdam, but times have changed. Now those are sometimes the most expensive airports to fly into within Europe, so savvy travelers on multi-stop trips are better off starting elsewhere. The cheapest international flight destinations from the USA are largely in Latin America, but many of them are also the top cities in Europe.

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Cheapest Asian cities to fly into from London and Europe

MumbaiVictoriaEven after the various currency shifts in recent months and years, most of the world's best travel bargains are still in Asia. Adventurous Europeans have known this for decades, as the beaches of Goa, Phuket, and Boracay Island are packed with them every winter. Singapore, Hong Kong, and Tokyo are the only destinations that won't seem cheap once you arrive. Otherwise it's just a matter of how far down the price list you want to go.

Fortunately, flights between Europe and Asia tend to be quite inexpensive, at least considering the long distances. Part of this is due to several airlines based in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Doha expanding quickly by competing for passengers with discounted fares. Travelers will almost always have to change planes in the Middle East for the lowest fares. Click to read more

Cheapest flights to Caribbean islands from Europe

St Maartin Beach AirportIf vacationing in the Caribbean for a week or two sounds like your cup of tea, then you'll be happy to note we have been sorting out which islands are the best-value islands and which are better for those with bankrolls that allow them to avoid the riff-raff.

Recently we broke down the airfare market for Americans by listing the cheapest flights to the Caribbean by island and destination. For that one we used New York City as the starting point for all of them since it's by far the largest market for winter Caribbean flights and it's also the cheapest starting point for many islands. Those starting elsewhere will still find that list to be helpful because the order will stay more or less the same, with flights costing a bit more for most, depending on starting city. Click to read more

22 Best Europe destinations in July for 2020

Finding a great destination in Europe in the month of July is quite easy, so narrowing down your choices is really the tricky part. This is the single most crowded month in most of Europe's most touristy cities, although July (and August) can be less crowded than you might expect in the largest business cities such as Milan and Paris.

Those with a Europe trip to plan for July should even consider the Nordic countries because this is part of the short time of year that they have decent weather and the long daylight hours can make up for the high prices. Here are our best 22 suggestions for where to go in Europe in the month of July. Click to read more

21 Cheap destinations for 2020 with great weather in July

Finding the best places to go in July seems like it would be an easy task since almost everywhere in the Northern Hemisphere has its warmest and driest weather of the year this month. But it's actually not quite that easy, especially if you are looking for cheap destinations that also have good weather. Many of the most interesting cities in Asia are actually too hot in July, and many of the most interesting cities in Europe are too crowded and/or too expensive this month. But there is good news.

The list below contains 21 destinations that have lovely weather and are relatively cheap once you get there. You'll find some interesting choices in the Caribbean, which some people assume is too hot or rainy in July, as well as great picks in Europe and Asia for cities that are cheap year round and have clear and dry weather in July. Click to read more

Cheapest cruise lines for 2020 Mediterranean cruises – 8 lines ranked by price

Over the last few years, the Mediterranean has become a hot spot for visitors from around the world. One of the best ways to experience everything the region has to offer is through a cruise. Not only will you get to experience a few different countries in a short amount of time, but you'll get to skip finding a hotel and having to fly here to there, and there and back again. In fact, the only flight you'll have to take is to the starting country and then back out again. Generally, ports are near popular airports, making this both easy and cheap.

Each cruise line holds its own personality and is made to fit a certain type of traveler. This allows for each to have their own price category. There are many different cruise companies that cover the Mediterranean but for this assessment, we're going to focus on those that offer a 7 night or 7 day itinerary. With a quick read of the information below, you should be able to figure out with one is your best fit, as well as the best option for your price range. Click to read more

Top world theme parks and their 2020 admission prices

For most around the world, summertime is time for kids to explore, play and learn a little bit outside of the classroom. It's also a time for family vacations, with most parents taking a few weeks off of work so that they can treat their family to a trip of a lifetime. Though some families decide to stay within their own country for their vacation, others choose to explore another piece of the world. During this exploration, it's very common for families to take a day or two to explore an internationally recognized theme park, creating fun for everyone involved.

In fact, there are literally thousands of parks around the globe and in 2018, over 501.2 million people visited the top 10 theme park brands worldwide, throughout the entire year.

But because it would take a few lifetimes to visit every single amusement park in the world, and the fact that not all of them are worth a visit, we've complied a list of the top theme parks in the world. In addition to a short summary detailing what you can discover at each theme park, we've also included their summer rates for both children and adults, giving you an idea of what you'll end up paying once you visit. This particular list, crafted by using past attendance rates, ranks the parks from the highest priced admission rates to the lowest.

An interesting fact: Theme parks, over the last few years, have steadily seen an increase of admissions, meaning that more and more families, couples and singles are choosing to visit one of the many theme park options available around the world. Theme park attendance has gone up 5.4 percent from 2017, which is an impressive amount. For 2018, Magic Kingdom in Florida came out on top as the most visited theme park in the entire world.

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Is the Edinburgh City Pass 2020 worth it? Edinburgh City Pass review

One of the most popular places to visit in Scotland, Edinburgh is a thriving city that offers lots to do and see. Here you'll find a medieval town that sits below the famous Edinburgh Castle. You'll also find dining options, markets, famous attractions, quirky sights, gardens, parks, activities for children and adults, and much more. Whether you're visiting for just a few days, or a week, you'll find lots of activities to partake in that will keep you busy.

But because there is so much do and see, and the fact that it's hard to not want to do everything, you'll find that your proposed vacation budget can easily double if you're not careful. That's where the Edinburgh City Pass comes into play. This pass is designed to offer visitors access to 23 prime attractions for one price, instead of paying for each one at the attraction gate. But will you save enough money to make the pass worth it? Let's find out if the Edinburgh City Pass 2020 is a good savings option.

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Is the Go Rome Pass 2020 worth it? Go Rome Pass review

Founded back in 753 BC, Rome is an ancient city that's both awe inspiring and hauntingly beautiful at the same time. It's also one of the world's most romantic cities, beckoning couples from around the globe for a getaway dripping in culture, historic finds, natural beauty, and delicious food. Because of this, you'll find that the city can be very busy with both locals and visitors, making the lines going into some of the most popular attractions extremely long.

Luckily, the Go Pass brand has now come out with the Go Rome Pass. This pass is formulated to save you money on over 25 area attractions, as well as keep you out of those long attraction lines. But does this pass really save you enough money to be worth it? Keep reading below for our Go Rome Pass 2020 review.

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20 Best Europe destinations in June for 2020

The month of June is obviously very popular for Europe trips, and the weather is nearly perfect on the whole continent. You can even visit some of the more popular beach destinations without being overwhelmed by the local Europeans who book everything during July and August. June is actually one of the busiest months in cities like Paris and Rome, but still not so busy that you should avoid them.

Below we list the 20 best destinations in Europe for a June visit, along with reasons why each one is a top pick this month. Many of them are also close enough together that you can easily string them together into a little Europe tour of your own. Train rides of up to about 5 hours are generally wonderful and very scenic, not to mention faster than flying as well. Click to read more