Cailey Rizzo
Updated August 15, 2018

Now is a great time to book a cheap flight to Europe for travel this fall.

Scott’s Cheap Flights spotted deals from many cities across to the U.S. to popular European destinations, with travel dates from September all the way through next May.

Those considering a fall trip to watch Amsterdam’s leaves change colors can spend crisp days wandering the city’s museums without breaking the bank. Flights from Chicago to Amsterdam this fall are starting at $533; from San Francisco flights start at $652; and round-trip flights from Atlanta can be found starting at $690.

Brussels, which is hosting exhibitions on topics as diverse as Surrealist Art, Star Wars, and Amy Winehouse, is a great fall destination and round-trip airfare is as low as $491 from New York City.

Very few cities are as cozy as Dublin for the fall. Grab your warmest sweater (or jumper) and prepare your liver for several pints of Guinness. Round-trip flights from Boston are as low as $492 and from New York City, flights start at $409.

Copenhagen is always charming but there’s something particularly enchanting about the city when the trees along the canal turn bright orange. New Yorkers can get there and back this fall for $440.

From Boston to Rome, round-trip fall flights are currently $897. New Yorkers can get to Rome for $421. From Los Angeles, flights are starting at only $490.

Although Zurich may be one of the world’s most expensive cities, getting there is affordable. From New York City, round-trip flights come out to only $393. From Atlanta, flight prices stay around $435. Prices rise slightly from Boston but are still affordable at $530.

No matter where you’re going this fall, book sooner rather than later. Deals are unlikely to get much better.

To check fares from your home airport for your preferred dates, head to Google Flights, Skyscanner, or your preferred meta search engine. Always check what services are included in your flight — like seat assignments, baggage, and meals — so you won't be surprised by any extra fees.

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