Fall Is the New Summer with Vayama's Fall into Europe Sale

Vayama Announces Cheap Flights to Europe this Fall

Sep 08, 2011, 07:00 ET from Vayama

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Sept. 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Online travel agency Vayama.com announces a "Fall into Europe Sale" with heavily discounted flights to the hottest European destinations this fall.

"Fall is one of the best times to visit Europe. Summer crowds are gone and the weather, particularly in southern Europe, becomes ideal," said Tom Kent, VP Marketing at Vayama. "Also, popular wine and beer festivals open the European cultural calendar and hotel rates come down. Flights are even cheaper with airfare from the USA to Europe up to 40- 50% lower than during the summer."

Vayama's Fall into Europe Deals

To view the cheapest flights, go to www.vayama.com/travel-deals/fallflightsale


Istanbul in the fall is close to perfect. The museums and palaces are less crowded and the cool afternoons are ideal for a kebab crawl. Add the fact that Turkey is outside the Euro zone and it's very cheap for Americans tourists flying with US dollars.  Istanbul wins Vayama's best flight value of the fall award.


The fall is the best time to explore the Museo del Prado without the crowds and to spend long lazy evenings.  Enjoy in an open air tapas bar near the Puerta Del Sol.


Rome in the fall is a foodie paradise. Truffles are in season and restaurants that were closed for the summer now re-open with their fall season fare of mushrooms, truffles and chestnuts.


Warsaw in the fall is home to the "Warsaw Autumn" music festival, one of the largest music festivals in central Europe.  Wash it all down with a glass of dark Polish beer and traditional Polish sausages.


Munich is home to Oktoberfest, the largest fall festival in Europe.  Get ready to lift your drinking elbow often and to dig into your plate of wild boar with a side of sauerkraut.  Prost!

Find many more fall deals to Europe on Vayama  (http://www.vayama.com/travel-deals)

About Vayama:

Vayama is an online travel agency uniquely focused on international travel. The company offers travelers a vast selection of flights through its online booking engine that taps into inventory not available on other online travel websites. Launched in 2007, Vayama has continued to expand its online international travel services to include features such as 24/7 customer service, premium economy and coming soon - discounted hotel rates and car rentals.

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Vayama is part of Travix, a global travel company that manages an extensive portfolio of international travel websites operating under the brands; Vayama and BudgetAir (Usa & Canada), CheapTickets (Asia), Flugladen and Vliegwinkel (Europe). Travix operates its five brands in 15 countries; employs 375 staff; and has combined sales in excess of USD $1Billion.

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