Updated: 3:09 p.m. Thursday, June 4, 2009 | Posted: 12:00 a.m. Friday, May 29, 2009
Fly round-trip to Barcelona for under $450
Let's end a week of travel deals with some very tempting offers to Europe.
There are some sizzling deals to take advantage of for summer visits and ones for visits in early autumn - the most ideal time to tour Europe with cooler temps, fewer tourists.
All of the offers come from USAirways.
By far, the most tempting deal is an inclusive round-trip price of $432.92 ($125 base rate) that is valid on trips to Barcelona or Madrid, Spain.
To qualify, depart Atlanta from Sept. 1-Oct. 25. Travel to Spain Sunday-Thursday and return Monday-Thursday. Add $20 each way for other days. Plan to stay a weekend and return within a month of departure.
The next best round of offers is to either Frankfurt or Munich. Travel to either city, or book a combination of these cities, at a round-trip rate of $509.27 (base rate is $248).
This rate is valid on departures started on or before Sept. 12. The rate is good seven days a week, based on sale seat availability.
Give at least a one-week advance notice of travel. Plan to stay one weekend and up to one month.
Book these specials as soon as possible as airfares are subject to change without notice.
Naturally, these deals won't be available every day of the week. The key to landing the bargains is to be flexible with your dates.
To ensure that these special rates are still valid when you get around to buying tickets, first visit
Kayak.com. If you don't see these rates showing up on select dates on the Home page calendar, try changing dates and/or months of travel.
Another quick-check web site is Travelocity.com. Fill in your city pairs on the Home page and next check the "My Dates are Flexible" button just below. The following results page should show these rates (if they are still published).
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