These Are the Cheapest European Destinations from Every Province This Summer
If you’re Canadian and have been considering visit Europe this summer but haven’t decided where yet, I’ve done a bit of research for you. I used Google Flights to have a look for the cheapest one-week return flights from Canadian airports to anywhere in Europe during July, August, and September.
The results were a bit surprising.
I wasn’t surprised to see London and Dublin flights popping up for the East Coast, but what did surprise me was the fact that Iceland took the top spot for 46% of provinces and territories.
So cross the Blue Lagoon off your bucket list, go climb a glacier, or simply marvel at stunning waterfalls while you road trip the Ring Road. There are a ton of reasons to put Iceland on your bucket list.
For best overall summer vacation value, Nova Scotians have it made with cheap, direct flights to Dublin – the most affordable destination overall on the list once you factor in accommodations and attractions.
See the full data below (origin airport, cheapest European destination, and cheapest airfare found on June 18, 2019) and get booking. Regardless of what city you choose, you can’t go wrong with an international getaway.
Newfoundland & Labrador (YYT): London, $683
Nova Scotia (YHZ): Dublin, $753
Prince Edward Island (YYG): Reykjavik, $966
New Brunswick (YQM): London, $759
Quebec (YUL): Paris, $528
Ontario (YYZ): Reykjavik, $548
Manitoba (YWG): Paris, $803
Saskatchewan (YXE): London, $840
Alberta (YYC): Reykjavik, $697
British Columbia (YVR): Reykjavik, $693
Yukon (YXY): Reykjavik, $1059
Northwest Territories (YZF): London, $1159
Nunavut (YFB): Reykjavok, $4476