It hasn’t been this affordable to travel to Europe in years.
A combination of a strong dollar and a weaker euro means this summer may be the perfect time for you to book a trip across the pond.
However, some European airports are cheaper than others to fly into.
Cheapflights.com ranked the 25 airports in Europe that are cheapest to fly into from the US, based on average airfare.
Dublin is the cheapest airport to fly into, with an average airfare of $620, while London’s Heathrow International is the most expensive airport to fly into, with an average airfare of $941.
Take a look at the list below and consider starting your trip somewhere near one of Europe’s more affordable airports.
1. Dublin, Ireland (Dub): $620
2. Orly, Paris, France (ORY): $694
3. Capodichino, (Naples) Italy (NAP): $694
4. Malpensa, Milan, Italy (MXP): $694
5. Warsaw Chopin, Poland (WAW): $706
6. Madrid-Barajas, Spain (MAD): $710
7. Barcelona International, Spain (BCN): $717
8. Shannon, Ireland (SNN): $722
9. Schipol, Amsterdam, Netherlands (AMS): $729
10. Lisbon, Portugal (LIS): $737
11. Charles de Gaulle, Paris, France (CDG): $738
12. Leonardo da Vinci/Fiumicino, Rome, Italy (FCO): $739
13. Eleftherios Venizelos, Athens, Greece (ATH): $742
14. Gatwick, London, UK (LGW): $750
15. Brussels Airport, Belgium (BRU): $763
16. Berlin Schoenefeld, Germany (SXF): $770
17. Venice Marco Polo, Tessera, Italy (VCE): $784
18. Zurich-Kloten, Switzerland (ZRH): $785
19. Franz Josef Strauss, Munich, Germany (MUC): $821
20. Manchester International, UK (MAN): $870
21. Frankfurt International, Germany (FRA): $886
22. Edinburgh, Scotland (EDI): $887
23. Keflavik, Reykjavik, Iceland (KEF) $922
24. Glasgow International, Scotland (GLA): $936
25. Heathrow, London, UK (LHR): $941