Consider Flying Out of Canada
Each Friday, we feature a reader-submitted tip as our Travel Tip of the Day. This week’s tip comes from reader Amy G. of Portland, OR, who says:
“The currently strong US dollar presents an opportunity for US residents who live within driving/train range of Canada to save significantly on Europe and other international airfares. I’ve been pricing trips for fun—and am seeing tickets prices often halved or more when I price them out of Canada. It’s worth checking out, especially for groups of three or more traveling together. The savings really offset the extra travel required. And I’m looking at it as an add-on vacation to explore a Canadian city. :) Canadians have done this for years. Now it’s our turn!”
A really good tip—and I’ve mentioned before, Canada is a great value right now so an add-on vacation is another great idea. Thanks, Amy!
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