I love to travel in Europe in the fall: the foliage starts to turn, leaves start to fall and airfares begin to fall after peaking during the summer. Savvy travelers have known that in the fall you can get a lot of Air plus Rail deals to destinations in Europe for less, with the added bonus of some quite spectacular views from the train into Europe’s “Legends of the fall” destinations like Provence & Occitania.
A Train to Provence:
My airfare spies have just informed me about a new hot airfare plus rail deal: Fly from New York to Paris on Continental Airlines plus the train from Paris to Avignon, the medieval heart of Provence.
The Fare includes the flight from New York to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport on Continental Airlines and the train from Charles de Gaulle to Avignon. The return is by train from Avignon to Paris Charles de Gaulle airport and then Air on Continental Airlines from Paris Charles de Gaulle to New York, all from $555 plus tax including rail and air.
I had been dreaming of Provence since reading “A year in Provence” last summer, but was afraid to ask for the price, so when I heard that vayama.com was offering a discounted international airfare plus rail trip from New York to Provence I made up my mind to grab this dream European trip to admire the fall foliage among the Medieval Castles and Roman Ruins of Provence.
The Easier way to save this fall: connect from plane to train inside Charles de Gaulle Airport and ride to Medieval Avignon at TGV speeds while you sit back, relax and admire the fall foliage. Simply book New York to Avignon flight on the vayama.com website to see your air plus rail itinerary in seconds (The Train to Avignon does not run on Thursdays).
Now You try it: Use the vayama.com airfare to grab the falling fall airfares and combine them with speed trains within Europe for surprisingly low air plus rail trips in the fall. You will be surprised at the territory you can cover for less: cities you can visit for around the same low air plus rail fares: Calais, Lille, Brussels, Amsterdam, Bruges, Disneyland Paris, Nantes, Nimes, Toulouse and many more. And remember, you don’t see the real Europe by flying over it, get on the train & save.