How to Travel Europe for Cheap ( is not just for booking cheap round-the-world air tickets.  You can also find cheap one-way or round-trip airfare deals, or customize your trip anyway that you desire.  For this blog entry, I’ll be giving you an example of how you can travel around a few countries in Europe for mega-cheap from NYC.  If you already live in Europe, it’ll be even cheaper.

Let’s say I want to visit Europe for two months, visit a country each week, and then return back home to New York City.  I enter in NYC in the “Traveling from” field and September 1st as my departure date.   I select the “Multi-city” option and click on the “Search Best Deals!” button.

The cheapest flight to Europe on September 1st is $306 to Naples, Italy.  I’m pretty flexible with dates, and would like to see if there are any cheaper flights to Europe in September, so I click on the “Find the best deals for September 2016” link.  I find a flight to Oslo, Norway for $181 on September 29.   I add this flight to my BookIt list.

A popup appears, such as the screenshot above.  I am going to spend a week in each country, so I select October 7 as my departure date and then click on the “To another random destination” link.

The cheapest flight on October 7th is to Germany for $41.  I add this flight to my BookIt list and repeat the process above until I’m ready to add my return trip flight back home to New York City to my BookIt list.

Below is my final BookIt list:

Please note that some airlines may charge an additional fee for baggage.  Usually carry-on luggage is included free of charge.  If you want to fly cheap, packing light is a good idea. 

That’s a total of 8 countries in 2 months for $567.17; all non-stop flights.  According to this Business Insider article (, the cheapest round-trip flight to Europe from New York City, on average, is to Oslo, Norway for $552.  So instead of just visiting Oslo, Norway, I’m visiting 8 countries for about the same price!  It’s as if I’m getting free trips to other countries by using the online service  Here are some tips on getting the cheapest airline deals for when flying to or from Europe.  Try to fly into or out of these countries for the cheapest deals: Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Italy, France, Iceland, Russia, Ireland, or the United Kingdom. Norwegian airlines are usually the cheapest and they fly to Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Ireland, United Kingdom, and France non-stop.

Let’s say I were to live in Germany and did not need a return flight trip back to New York City.  I would be paying about $175 for flying to 8 countries around Europe for 2 months. Not a bad deal!

Here are the countries I’ll be visiting in Europe for 2 months from New York City:

  • Norway – September 30 – October 7
  • Germany – October 7 – 14
  • Poland – October 14 – 21
  • Sweden – October 21 – 28
  • Romania – October 29 – November 4
  • Italy – November 4 – 11
  • Ireland – November 11 – 18
  • Denmark – November 18 – 25

Here’s my entire flight route:

How to Travel the World for Cheap

Do you have a desire to travel the world, but think it just costs too much money? If you think it’s too expensive, and money is an issue for you, keep reading this blog post.

Have you ever heard of an online service called ( What if I told you that you could visit 12 countries around the globe in 3 months for only $1,300 in airline tickets; possibly even lower?!

I’m about to let you in on a little secret that not even the internet knows about yet.  Why? Because is a brand-spanking-new website that was just recently launched.   Now is the time to take advantage of this online service for booking cheap flights to destinations around the world.

Here’s how it works: You simply visit and enter in your departure city and date.  For this example, I’ll use New York City (NYC) as my departure city and September 1, 2016, as my departure date.  You then select “Multi-city” and click on the “Search Best Deals!” button.  First, I want to visit a country in Europe and I want to spend less than $300 for the flight.  Browsing through my results, I don’t see any flights on that day that are lower than $300 to Europe.  I am pretty flexible with dates, so I click on the “Find the best deals for September 2016” link.  I have now found a flight to Oslo, Norway for $181 that departs on September 29!  I add it to my BookIt list by clicking the “+ Add to BookIt List” button.  The BookIt List is a list of itineraries that I’ve found on that I’m interested in booking later, kind of like a shopping cart or wish list, but for flight itineraries. Once the itinerary gets added to my BookIt List, a pop-up appears asking me if I want to fly to another random destination or fly back to John F. Kennedy airport or if I’m done searching for flights.  Since I want to visit 12 countries, I click on the “To another random destination” link, but first I’ll need to select my departure date from Oslo, Norway.  I’ve selected October 7, 2016.

Once I click the link, new results appear.  My cheapest option is to Germany for $40!  I add this to my BookIt List. No need to further explain how I get to travel the world to 12 countries for only $1,300, as you can see it in the screenshot above.  I just repeat the process by adding a week to my prior flight’s arrival date, until I’m finished and want a return trip back home to New York City.

Here’s my BookIt List of all the countries I want to visit:

Here are the twelve countries I will be flying to for about $1,300:

  • Norway – September 30 – October 7
  • Germany – October 7 -14
  • Poland – October 14 – 21
  • Italy – October 21 – 28
  • Romania – October 28 – November 4
  • Turkey – November 4 – 11
  • Azerbaijan – November 11 – 18
  • Iran – November 18 – 24
  • United Arab Emirates – November 24 – December 1
  • Sri Lanka – December 2 – 9
  • Malaysia – December 9 – 16
  • Vietnam – December 16 – 24

Here’s my entire flight route:

There you have it!  Twelve countries in three months for about $1,300!  I’ll be home just in time for Christmas to tell my family and friends about my three-month adventure around the world!

Of course, this is just the price for flights.  How much you want to spend on lodging, transportation, food & entertainment, etc. is up to you. You can find cheap lodging at AirBNB, or if you are the adventurous type and have a small budget, you can CouchSurf at or just travel with a tent.  You can buy food at supermarkets or go out to restaurants every day.  But if you’re looking for cheap; supermarkets, public transportation, and cheap-to-free lodging is the way to go.

Check out and come up with your own cheap BookIt List.  If you decide to book a trip on, send me links to your travel blog, photos, videos, etc. so that I can post them in my future blog entries.  The world is your oyster!

Safe travels!
Gregory Rzeczko