Flight Deal: Fly Nonstop To Paris For As Low As $252
By DeAnna Taylor
Looking for a cheap way to get to the city of love this winter? Look no further. You can fly direct to Paris from New York’s EWR airport for only $252 roundtrip.
This low price route is via XL Airways. You can also find nonstop routes leaving from San Francisco for as low as $377 roundtrip via Defat or Air France.
To find either deal, it is recommended that you use Skyscanner. You can filter the search by month. It appears that the NYC deal is valid for travel between November and March 2020. The San Francisco flight options are between September and May 2020.
Once you filter by the month that works best for you, Skyscanner will pull several 3rd party website that offers the deal at the low price. Keep in mind that the prices can increase after the time that we post this.
You can choose the website link that you feel most comfortable using to lock in your seat. It is best to double check the respective airline’s website for any additional rules on baggage.
This is a great deal for those who have been looking to do a European tour. Once you are in Europe, it is very easy to travel between countries and cites. The transportation systems are very cheap and efficient.
No trip to Paris is complete without seeing a few key spots. You must make your way to see the Eiffel Tower. The view is even better at night when the tower truly comes alive with its glistening lights.
During the day, spend some time visiting the museums. You’ll definitely want to check out the Louvre if you haven’t already. Keep in mind that the wait to get inside can be pretty long, so you may just have to settle for getting a picture outside.
Last but certainly not least, eat your way through all of the delicious pastries that Paris offers. Don’t worry about the carbs, they don’t count on vacation.
Hurry and lock in your seat. You never know if or when this deal will come around again.
DeAnna Taylor is a criminal defense Attorney turned travel writer. The Charlotte native recently completed one year abroad working as an English teacher in South Korea. Her hobbies include fitness, traveling to new countries, and trying new foods.