Five European Destinations under $552 Round Trip from Toronto This Fall

Discover five European destinations on sale from Toronto this fall for less than $552 round trip: Dublin, Brussels and several even more exotic locales.

Dakota Smith - Jan. 27, 2015

Toronto residents looking to escape to Europe this fall don't have to look any further, as we here at Hopper have found the best deals on flights from Toronto to Europe using our new Flight Explorer. Whether it's a quick jaunt to the Portuguese Azores or an exploration of Europe's far northern reaches, there's a flight and a destination for everyone's taste, all under $700 round trip too. Enjoy!

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5. Fly to Lisbon, Portugal, for as low as $552 round trip

Perched out on the very western tip of the European continent, in the warm currents of the Gulf Stream, the red-roofed districts and undulating hills of Portugal’s capital are famed for their pleasant year-round climate. Consequently, travelers arriving here from Toronto in the fall can still expect to enjoy temperatures well in excess of the high-60s, along with dry days and calmingly cool nights.

Top three reasons to visit Lisbon

  1. The seafood: Portugal is a seafaring nation and that's very clear at Lisbon's excellent seafood restaurants.
  2. Because it's cheap: Seriously, Portugal is one of the most affordable nations in Western Europe.
  3. None of your friends have been there: Lisbon is almost criminally under visited when compared to other Iberian hot spots like Madrid or Barcelona.

Flight is 15 hours and 35 minutes connecting on SATA International

Examples of itineraries from Toronto to Lisbon recently found:
-$552 round-trip on SATA International from Nov 15 to Nov 29
-$697 round-trip on SATA International from Nov 15 to Nov 28
-$779 round-trip on Air France from Oct 26 to Nov 17
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4. Fly to Reykjavik, Iceland, for as low as $551 round trip

From the Laugavegur and Skolavordustigur shopping streets of Reykjavik’s central districts, first-time visitors here could be forgiven for thinking that they were doing the rounds in one of northern Europe’s mainland capitals. It’s adorned with all the usual livery of modernist retail outlets, homies coffee shops and buzzing bars, not to mention a fabled — if notoriously expensive — nightlife scene. However, just a stone’s through from beneath the painted timber houses of the town, the roaring falls of Gullfoss, the chiselled Esja mountain ridges and a smattering of bubbling hot springs are an ever-present reminder of this land’s primordial and metamorphic beginnings. But why not for just $551 return?

Top three reasons to visit Reykjavik

  1. The culture: Icelanders are famously friendly and visitors are sure to meet friendly locals.
  2. The dramatic scenery: Just outside of Reykjavik, visitors can discover volcanoes, glaciers, geysers, hot springs and more.
  3. Its Viking history: Icelanders are proud of their Viking heritage and folklore, which is very interesting to learn about.

Flight is 5 hours and 55 minutes non-stop on Icelandair

Examples of itineraries from Toronto to Reykjavik recently found:
-$553 round-trip on Icelandair from Nov 13 to Nov 27
-$645 round-trip on Icelandair from Oct 27 to Nov 7
-$754 round-trip on Icelandair from Oct 8 to Oct 13
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3. Fly to Dublin, Ireland, for as low as $525 round trip

This fall is a great time to escape to Dublin, as KLM is offering connecting flights for as little as $525. Alternatively, Air Canada offers non-stop flights for only $630 for those who are in a rush to get their drink on in Dublin's lively pubs. Tour the Guinness Factory for a real treat, or get out to explore some of Ireland's famed castles and charming country towns.

Top three reasons to visit Dublin

  1. For a pint: Have a pint of Guinness in its ancestral home and mingle down at Temple Bar.
  2. To trace your roots: With a ton of North Americans having Irish ancestry, Dublin is a popular destination to trace one's roots.
  3. For the scenery: Rent a car and escape the city to explore the cliffs and fields of the Emerald Isle.

Flight is 11 hours and 30 minutes connecting on KLM

Examples of itineraries from Toronto to Dublin recently found:
-$521 round-trip from Oct 16 to Oct 28
-$521 round-trip from Oct 19 to Oct 28
-$521 round-trip from Oct 23 to Nov 2
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2. Fly to Brussels, Belgium, for as low as $521 round trip

Visitors to Brussels, Belgium's lively capital, are in for a treat, as it's one of the most charming cities in all of Europe. From the beer to the french fries to the chocolate, the food culture is top-notch and incomparable. The city's historic buildings and laid-back demeanor also lend to its charm. It's definitely a worthwhile competitor to Paris for your time, but the high-speed rail connection to the French capital is a bonus too.

Top three reasons to visit Brussels

  1. Grand Place: They call it grand for a reason. This square is historic and at the center of Brussels life.
  2. The beer: Enough said.
  3. The french fries: Who knew mayonnaise was such a gamechanger?

Flight is 10 hours and 55 minutes connecting on KLM

Examples of itineraries from Toronto to Brussels recently found:
-$521 round-trip from Nov 4 to Nov 18
-$534 round-trip from Nov 5 to Nov 18
-$534 round-trip from Nov 9 to Nov 18
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1. Fly to Ponta Delgada, Portugal, for as low as $357 round trip

Rising from the mid-Atlantic like a series of petrified leviathans draped in greenery, the hulking volcanic islands of the Portuguese Azores are among the closest European destinations to America’s east coast. Their manifold attractions include the emerald crater lakes of the Sete Cidades, the soaring peak of Mount Pico (Portugal’s highest) and the bubbling hot springs of Ponta da Ferraria and Furna do Enxofre on Graciosa, not to mention the enchanting post-colonial city centres of Angra do Heroismo and Ponta Delgada. All that for just $357 on the archipelago’s own SATA International carrier!

Top three reasons to visit Ponta Delgada

  1. The seafood: Portugal already loves its seafood, so imagine how good it is at the country's outpost in the middle of the Atlantic.
  2. Dramatic scenery: Mountains that rise from the ocean, lush greenery, waterfalls and waterfront villages.
  3. Because none of your friends have been there: It is an island chain in the middle of the Atlantic, after all.

Flight is 6 hours and 35 minutes non-stop on SATA International

Examples of itineraries from Toronto to Ponta Delgada recently found:
-$357 round-trip on SATA International from Nov 7 to Nov 15
-$432 round-trip on SATA International from Nov 5 to Nov 12
-$630 round-trip on SATA International from Sep 20 to Sep 28
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