By Melanie Lieberman
Updated: January 21, 2017
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It’s not too late to take advantage of super cheap flights to Europe. The Airfare Spot has found a dozen round-trip flights to Europe from cities across the United States. And they’re all less than $500.

Bostonians can book a trip to Hungary, Germany, Latviawhich is enchanting artists and culturevores—or even Lithuania. The latter could cost you as little as $375 round-trip. Flights are with Norwegian, and travel dates range from September 12 to the end of October. For booking details, click here. There’s also a ridiculously affordable flight from Boston to Oslo, Norway, with tickets costing $301.

Meanwhile, United is offering round-trip fares to Amsterdam for $413 to $436 dollars, to Brussels for $430 (even cheaper then when the deal was first posted), and to Paris for only $443. Departure cities include Chicago, Washington, D.C., and New York City, and the travel window is open from September 15 to December 15. Click here for more information on flights to Amsterdam, here for flights to Brussels, and here for flights to Paris.

If you’re based in or near New York City, the Airfare Spot has discovered flights as low as $316 round-trip to Copenhagen and Stockholm. This flight deal is only valid on select dates from January to February 2017, and is also hosted by Norwegian Air Shuttle.

And finally, those departing from Washington, D.C. can score a $496 round-trip ticket to London between September 15 and December 15, or a $463 flight to Madrid. Flights for the trip to Spain are with American Airlines, and can be taken between September and November. 

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Melanie Lieberman is the Assistant Digital Editor at Travel + Leisure.  Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @melanietaryn.