Spain flights from $724 return
Have a spring fling in Barcelona for under $750 return.The port city of Barcelona is one of the most colourful destinations in Europe, no thanks to architect Gaudi whose works are splayed across the city.
Beyond his colourful architectual wonders, you'll uncover fresh seafood and a bustling nightlife here – and you won't have to overpay to get here either now that Air China has unleashed a sale to Barcelona with fares starting at just $724 return.
That's cheaper than flying to Berlin and back on a budget airline!
There are only three routes in this sale, but they all fly out of major Aussie airports. These are:
Flights are for the shoulder season months of April and June, which means peak weather conditions without the peak crowds or prices.
As you're flying Air China, your flights include a layover in either Beijing or Shanghai. While there are some short layovers available, there are also some long ones. If the latter is the case, the airline will put you up in a hotel in the city for the night.
This sale is available until sold out and can be booked at these prices through I Want That Flight.
Travelling to Europe? This isn't the only destination Air China has on sale. Right now you can also score flights to Warsaw from $713, Budapest from $735, Rome from $755, Paris from $772, Stockholm from $777 return and more. For a full suite of fares visit I Want That Flight.
How good are these fares?
Recently, we've seen flights to Spain drop dramatically so fares under $800 return aren't exceptional, especially on Air China. However, at $724, these are the cheapest flights to Spain we've seen this year with fares unlikely to reduce any further.
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