Air Canada rouge has been making European travel more affordable for Canadians for more than a year now. With destinations like Edinburgh, Lisbon and Venice, hopping across the pond for a lower fare has been a hot ticket for most Canadians with the struggling dollar. And those lower fares can mean more money to spend on luxury hotels, shopping or fancy cocktails as a treat once you land at your destination.
Adding to their already popular routes, Air Canada Rouge has three new seasonal destinations to include in your summer travel list. Warsaw is recognized for its summertime nightlife and Communist-era bar revival (or zakaskas), where locals sip on old-fashioned cocktails and nibble on foods with which their parents would have grown up.
Prague is the spot for romantics this summer with Air Canada rouge’s new flights. Touring around Old Town, stepping back in time at the Kinsky Palace, and tucking into cozy bars and restaurants could equal your perfect loved-up vacation.
And finally, there’s the ever-beautiful Budapest. You’ll be hard-pressed to find anyone who has visited Budapest saying something negative about the Hungarian city. Picturesque architecture is around every corner and summer is the best time to take advantage of Budapest’s romakocsma revolution (think of old ruins being converted into shabby-chic bars and clubs in the old Jewish Quarter of the city).
So which one would you book?
Air Canada rouge’s new routes are available on the following dates:
Toronto – Prague: May 29, 2016 to September 29, 2016
Toronto – Budapest: June 10, 2016 to October 15, 2016
Toronto – Warsaw: June 14, 2016 to September 30, 2016
Flights will be operated by Air Canada rouge aboard the Boeing 767-300 ER aircraft and will feature 24 premium and 256 economy seats (including 39 preferred economy seats).