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Smart Strategies to Cut Costs on Your Summer 2024 Europe Trip

The anticipated surge in travel demand across Europe this summer, driven by high-profile events like Taylor Swift's Eras Tour and the Summer Olympic Games, alongside the usual allure of European summers, is expected to result in increased prices and challenging flight and hotel availability.

Several indicators suggest that the travel demand to Europe this summer will be unprecedented. Airlines have launched numerous new routes across the Atlantic and increased the frequency of existing ones in preparation for the surge. American Airlines, United, JetBlue, and others have expanded their offerings, reflecting the confidence in filling these flights with high-paying customers. However, the prices for these seasonal routes, sometimes exceeding $1,500 for an economy flight, can be daunting.

If you're determined to have a Euro summer during what could be the busiest travel season ever, these tips and tricks are designed to help you save.

1. Start Planning Now! (Like, Right Now)

If a European adventure is on your radar, don't delay your planning any further. The urgency is real, considering the soaring demand and limited availability. As you're reading this, every passing day sees airplane seats booked, hotel rooms reserved, and train tickets snapped up.

The sooner you start planning, the better.

Google Flights data indicates that historically, the cheapest flights to Europe are found between now and 72 days before departure. Given the exceptional circumstances this year, it's advisable to start looking and booking right away—especially if your plans involve catching Taylor Swift or cheering for Team USA.

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