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There are a few quandaries at play right now for airlines. Some people won’t travel, others want to, and others are worried about cost. Some are two out of three. But to some extent, those that actually do want to go somewhere this summer, and soak up some culture, or just some heavenly sun have their price, and with fares starting at €9.99 one way, including free changes, temptation may finally be here.

a plane on the tarmacRyanair European Summer Sale

For those keen to get out this summer, it’s tough to beat return flights for less than a full meal. Ryanair dropped lots of €9.99 one way, €20 round trip options, and if you’re looking at UK options, prices are as low as £8.99 one way. Each starting point offers different city pairs, but some of the best options seem to involve…

  • London
  • Budapest
  • Milan
  • Krakow
  • Prague
  • Seville
  • Vienna
  • Bordeaux
  • Luxembourg
  • Barcelona
  • Pisa
  • Dublin
  • And plenty more…

a motorcycle parked on a narrow streetHow To Find And Book The Cheapest Ryanair Fares

The easiest way to find these deals is to navigate to Ryanair.com today, since the sale ends at midnight tonight. Here are links to the individual country sites, like Germany, Spain, France, Italy, United Kingdom and Ireland.

Most notably, these deals include rare flexibility, with no change fees for July and August. Fare differences would still apply, but you wouldn’t pay any pesky fees if you need to move to other dates. Buying one of these ultra cheap deals means you’d probably be on the hook for some fare difference, but would avoid the gouging with administrative fees.

Where In Europe Is Open This Summer?

Europe has mostly opened its borders, even to UK travelers as of June 15th, with many more following on July 1st. This means travelers from within the European continent can mostly enjoy easy access between countries without the need to quarantine or produce test results.

We’ve got a master list of the latest updates on European borders, with a country by country list on where’s open and who can visit, in addition to any extra you may need. It’s hard to beat discovering European gems in the summer, and this sale is a pretty great way to do so…

Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...

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