Amazing offers to Europe from South America!

Right now, through a bunch of airlines that have service to São Paolo, Brazil (GRU), there are really cheap flights to fly to Europe and Asia, with a return to either São Paolo or Buenos Aires.

Atardecer en Santorini, Greece

Atardecer in Santorini, Greece

What would you say to spending Christmas or New Year’s in Rome?  Or how about a few weeks going through Germany?  Right now, there are ridiculous deals if you fly from São Paolo to a bunch of destinations in Europe.  It’s possible to get your return flight to route you to Rio, São Paolo, or Buenos Aires.  Some examples are:

São Paolo to Athens with British Airways (with a Buenos Aires return) for only $638.

San Pablo a Atenas a Buenos Aires

Sao Paolo to Athens, Return to Buenos Aires

São Paolo to Milan with British Airways (with a return to Buenos Aires) for only $588.

São Paolo to Milan, Return to Buenos Aires

São Paolo to Milan, Return to Buenos Aires

São Paolo to Munich on Lufthansa (with a return to Buenos Aires) for ONLY $556!!

São Paolo to Munich with Return to Buenos Aires

São Paolo to Munich with Return to Buenos Aires

Under $600 for a trip to Munich is a deal that you can’t let pass you by.  For example, the same flight with both start and finish in Buenos Aires is almost triple the price… yea, TRIPLE.

Round trip Buenos Aires to Munich

Round trip Buenos Aires to Munich

So now the magic question… if I don’t live in São Paolo, how can I get there?  If you’re already in South America, there are tons of options from Buenos Aires including Qatar Airways, Turkish, and Gol.  If you realize I didn’t mention Aerolineas Argentinas anywhere, because in my opinion, there’s no real reason to fly them; the price is almost double that of the foreign carriers and the service is… well… less than stellar.  I was looking at some dates in October and Qatar has flights for only $250 one way.  Also, if you’ve got LATAM miles or British Airways Avios, you can get a quick flight over there for 10,000 miles or less.

There’s availability almost daily in the entire months of September, October, November, and certain dates in December.  Obviously around Christmas and New Years it can be a little bit higher, but this is gonna happen with any airline, no matter what.

Author: Jon Nickel-D'Andrea

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