MORE Cheap Flights: Denver to many European cities from only $335 roundtrip

MORE Cheap Flights: Denver to many European cities from only $335 roundtrip

The cheap flights from Denver to Europe are now back!!  Well now is your chance and the airlines are fighting with each other and you are the big winner! RIGHT NOW, you can grab $335 roundtrip airfares starting with the outbound portion on January 15th, and flights leaving through May 9th to Paris. You can get these low fares if you leave Denver International Airport (DEN).


You can also get $469 RT flights to London — see below (all prices accurate at time of posting).


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CLICK HERE for this Roundtrip deal to Brussels in March for just $335 RT!

CLICK HERE for this Roundtrip deal to Luxembourg in March for just $335 RT!

CLICK HERE for this Roundtrip deal to Paris in May for just $394 RT!

CLICK HERE for this Roundtrip deal to Paris in March for just $388 RT!

CLICK HERE for this Roundtrip deal to Amsterdam in March for just $458 RT on UNITED! (click BEST tab at top once it is done searching)

CLICK HERE for this Roundtrip deal to Munich in March for just $414 RT!

CLICK HERE for this Roundtrip deal to London NONSTOP on BRITISH AIR in March for just $482RT! (click BEST tab at top once it is done searching)


Denver, USA

Brussels, Belgium
Paris, France
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Munich, Germany

Denver, USA

Availability from February to March 2017

Example dates:

Denver – Brussels: $318
14th-23rd Feb
15th-23rd Feb
19th-28th Feb
22nd Feb – 2nd Mar
23rd Feb – 4th Mar
2nd-11th Mar
7th-16th Mar
8th-16th Mar
13th-21st Mar
14th-23rd Mar
15th-23rd Mar
16th-25th Mar

Denver – Luxembourg: $325
19th-28th Feb
21st Feb – 1st Mar
22nd Feb – 3rd Mar
26th Feb – 7th Mar
28th Feb – 8th Mar
5th-14th Mar
8th-17th Mar
12th-21st Mar
14th-22nd Mar

Denver – Paris: $374
14th-22nd Feb
7th-15th Mar
9th-18th Apr
10th-18th Apr
23rd Apr – 2nd May
24th Apr – 2nd May
24th Apr – 3rd May
25th Apr – 3rd May
25th Apr – 4th May
26th Apr – 4th May
26th Apr – 5th May
27th Apr – 5th May
1st-9th May

Denver – Amsterdam: $408
12th-20th Feb
16th-25th Feb
18th-27th Feb
19th-27th Feb
21st Feb – 2nd Mar
23rd Feb – 4th Mar
3rd-11th Mar
22nd-30th Mar

Denver – Munich: $414
19th-28th Feb
21st Feb – 1st Mar
22nd Feb – 3rd Mar
24th Feb – 5th Mar
26th Feb – 7th Mar
28th Feb – 8th Mar
5th-14th Mar
7th-15th Mar
12th-21st Mar
14th-22nd Mar
21st-29th Mar
21st-30th Mar

and more…





Here are the favorite of our Paris  things to do…

Must-see sights

Gazing down on the city from the top of the Eiffel Tower is the ideal Paris baptism. Flop afterwards on the green lawns of the Parc du Champ de Mars, or cross the Seine to snap the perfect Eiffel Tower selfie from the Jardins du Trocadéro.     Notre Dame, splendidly standing aplomb the larger of the two Seine islands, is the city’s geographical and spiritual heart. A clamber up the cathedral’s North Tower to the gargoyle-laced rooftop is a Parisian rite of passage.      Admire Rodin’s masterpiece sculptures and stroll through the gardens at Musée Rodin.    Mona Lisa and Venus de Milo in the big-hitting Louvre are priceless Paris must-sees. Conveniently, quintessential Parisian gardens Jardin des Tuileries and Jardin du Palais Royal, with its elegant boutique-clad arcades, are next door. The eye-catching Centre Pompidou is an easy walk from here – don’t miss the spectacular panorama radiating from the roof – and buskers and celebrated café terraces in front provide light relief.

No art lover can do justice to every art museum in Paris in a single visit. Depending on your taste, the best of the rest to see on your first visit are the Musée d’Orsay (Impressionist and post-Impressionist masterpieces in a former train station), Musée Rodin and its manicured gardens (The Kiss, The Thinker and other Rodin sculptures in the artist’s old studio), the Musée du Quai Branly (traditional African, Oceanic, Asian and American craftsmanship) and the Musée Picasso (comprehensive Picasso collection in a 17th-century hôtel particulier in the fashionable Le Marais district).Check out traditional craftsmanship and pay tribute to the diversity of human culture at the fantastic Musée du Quai Branly. 


For contemporary architecture aficionados, Frank Gehry’s Fondation Louis Vuitton – an easy shuttle-bus ride from place Charles de Gaulle – is essential. Combine it with some of the best vistas in Paris from the top of the iconic Arc de Triomphe.   No Paris initiation is complete without a funicular ride up to the fabled artists’ quartier of Montmartre with its signature Basilique du Sacré-Coeur. City panoramas from the top of the basilica’s front steps and inside the pearly-white dome are postcard-perfect, while a meander in the hilltop neighbourhood will give you a taste of village life.     You’ll need the best part of a day, but an encounter with France’s most famous chateau in posh Versailles is well worth the trip.


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Where to eat

Paris is showcase par excellence of French cuisine. While you’ll find more than enough gastronomic dining courtesy of  legendary chefs likeDavid Toutain or Guy Martin at 18th-century Le Grand Véfour, eating à la Parisian means mixing formal dines with casual eating in traditional spots. Try bistros Au Pied de Fouet in St-Germain or Bistrot Paul Bert in the 11e and cool neobistros like Racines 2 by the Louvre, Le Miroir in Montmartre, Le Pantruche in Pigalle and James Henry’s wildly popularBones. Beautiful art nouveau brasseries such as Bouillon Racine are timeless. Or try walk-in wine bar dining at Frenchie or Verjus, both lovely to dip into after the Louvre.    Legendary Berthillon ice cream makes for the perfect pit stop when out and about in Paris.


For a quick lunch between sights, consider a baguette sandwich fromHuré (handy for Notre Dame) or CheZaline in a former horse-meat butcher shop. Classic Parisian tartines (open sandwiches) are served onPoilâne bread at Au Sauvignon, Cuisine de Bar and Le Select. Dozens of cafes also do light food: Café Saint-Régis (near Notre Dame), Le Progrès(essential stop in Montmartre), Le Verre à Pied (always busy with stall-holders from the rue Mouffetard food market) and Le Clown Bar in Le Marais. Or sit down to a market lunch at the Marché aux Enfants Rouges, a local staple since 1615.


You can’t leave Paris without snacking on its edible icons: macaronsfrom Pierre Hermé or Ladurée, éclairs from L’Éclair de Génie, hot chocolate at Angelina, Berthillon ice cream, and a crepe from one of the city’s many street stands.


Key foodie districts to simply wander and uncover more tasty dining addresses include Le Marais (3e, 4e), the 10e, and the 11e stretching north from Bastille.


Satisfy your sweet tooth with these tempting Parisian treats from the king of macarons, Pierre Hermé. 



Where to stay


Pinning down the perfect place to stay depends on budget and location – arrondissements (districts) have their own personality with ample choice when it comes to recommended hotels.     Key districts with easy access to major sights, excellent transport links, and plenty of shops and drinking/dining options on the doorstep are the Right Bank areas around Louvre and Les Halles (1er, 2e) and Le Marais(3e, 4e), and St-Germain des Prés (6e) and the studenty Latin Quarter(5e) on the Left Bank. For village charm consider Montmartre (18e). For hipster trend, throw yourself in the Renaissance of the alternative Canal St-Martin area (10e).     For a taste of Parisian local life, book your stay in the village atmosphere of hilltop Montmartre.    Hotel rooms tend to be small. Cheaper hotels might not have lifts or air-conditioning, and breakfast is almost never included in the nightly rate – nipping out to a nearby cafe for a coffee and croissant is often the more appealing option.
Families might appreciate the extra space an apartment brings, not to mention the joy of shopping at the food market, picking up cheese at the local fromagerie and so on. Paris Attitude ( and Haven in Paris ( both have a wide choice of apartments to rent, some on a nightly basis, some only weekly.


Getting around


Frequent trains and buses link Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports ( with the city centre.    Strolling  around Paris is a pleasure and an easy way of getting between many of the must-see sights – pack your comfiest shoes. Or combine walking with Batobus – a hop-on, hop-off river boat service stopping at eight key destinations along the Seine.    You can also grab a bicycle from one of the numerous Vélib’ bike stations around the city and drop it off at another. You need a credit card with a microchip to pay. Bring your own helmet.    The metro run by RATP ( is fast, efficient and safe. Grab a metro map at any station (keep it in your pocket) and buy a carnet of 10 T+ tickets for €13.70 – each good for a single journey and generally the cheapest way of using the metro. Parents with prams/strollers and those with limited mobility might find buses easier to use.      Work off all that holiday food and drink by cycling around the city on a Vélib’ bike.


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