Now may be the best time to head across the pond and take advantage of the increasing value of the U.S. dollar. The best exchange rate in recent years and special savings on flights means European deals all around.
Sampling the popular Grand Tour of Italy from Michelin-star awardee Il Luogo di Aimo e Nadia in Milan will now cost about $98—compared to the approximately $127 it would have cost about a year ago.
Fly into Amsterdam (AMS)—home of the Vincent Van Gogh Museum and the Anne Frank House —but pack your earmuffs because February is historically one of the coldest months in the Netherlands. Visit the Bloemenmarkt—a floating flower market, take a canal tour through the city, or rent a bike and go exploring at your leisure.
Another option is to head over to Madrid during the tourist off-season for some exciting local color. Party in the cobblestone streets during Carnival, which is Madrid’s version of the traditional Mardi Gras celebration, or party at the Cardamomo Tablao Flamenco—one of Madrid’s highest-rated flamenco performance venues.
To help you take advantage of these experiences and many more, Delta Air Lines is offering fares as low as $467*—each way—with required round-trip purchase, to select European destinations. Book now on delta.com
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USD-EUR Exchange rates are as of Jan. 27, 2015 based on FOREX and may vary.