The cheapest European city you can fly to, based on which US state you live in

Shutterstock / pisaphotographyLondon, UK, is the cheapest European destination to visit from a number of states.
  • Travel-booking company Kayak has determined the cheapest European cities to fly to from each US state based on the median price of round-trip flights.
  • Reykjavík, Iceland, is the least expensive European city to fly to from many states.
  • Pennsylvania is the only state with Cork, Ireland, as its cheapest destination.
  • Californians can fly to Barcelona, Spain, for less money than any other European destination.
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Travelling to Europe is a dream for many in the US, but flights across the pond often come with a hefty price tag.

But now you can find out which European city is cheapest to get to depending on which state you live in. The travel-booking site Kayak, which helps travellers compare flight costs, has determined which European cities are the cheapest to fly to from each state based on the median price of round-trip flights.

From Reykjavík to Dublin, check out the cheapest European city to visit based on which state you live in below.


ALABAMA: Reykjavík, Iceland

sumos/iStockThe Northern Lights in Reykjavík, Iceland.

You could visit Iceland’s capital city from Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport for an average of $US660, while making the trip from Huntsville International Airport costs $US735 on average, according to Kayak.


ALASKA: Reykjavík, Iceland

Matt Cardy/Getty ImagesIceland’s capital city of Reykjavík.

On average, flights to Reykjavík, Iceland, from Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport cost $US693.


ARIZONA: Reykjavík, Iceland

Ververidis Vasilis/ShutterstockReykjavík, Iceland.

Reykjavík, Iceland, is also the cheapest European destination to visit from Arizona. Flights from Sky Harbour International Airport in Phoenix, Arizona, cost an average of $US831, while jetting from Tucson International Airport will cost you an average of $US662.


ARKANSAS: London, UK

s4svisual/ShutterstockBig Ben in London, UK.

People from Arkansas can fly out of Memphis International Airport for $US985 on average to visit Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, the London Eye, and the Tower of London in the UK’s capital.


CALIFORNIA: Barcelona, Spain

JeniFoto/ShutterstockA photo of Barcelona, Spain, from Park Güell.

Flights from Los Angeles International Airport to Barcelona, Spain, cost $US614 on average, while a flight from San Francisco International Airport averages at $US583. If you live closest to San Diego International Airport, however, flights to Copenhagen, Denmark, are your best bet at around $US863.


COLORADO: Reykjavík, Iceland

Reykjavík, Iceland, is the cheapest European destination to visit from Colorado. Flights out of Denver International Airport cost an average of $US618.


CONNECTICUT: Dublin, Ireland

Leonid Andronov/iStockHa’penny Bridge in Dublin, Ireland.

A flight from Bradley International Airport in Hartford, Connecticut, to Dublin, Ireland, costs $US682 on average.


DELAWARE: Lisbon, Portugal

TTstudio/ShutterstockLisbon, Portugal.

Delawareans can visit Portugal’s beautiful capital city at the average cost of $US686 when they fly out of Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport.


FLORIDA: Madrid

dimbar76/ShutterstockCibeles Fountain in Madrid, Spain.

Flights from Miami International Airport to Spain’s capital city cost $US550 on average, but the cheapest European flights out of both Tampa International Airport and Orlando International Airport are to London, UK, with flights out of both airports at an average of $US661.


GEORGIA: Reykjavík, Iceland

victoriaashman / iStockReykjavík, Iceland.

Flights from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport to Iceland’s capital are $US754 on average. If you’re flying out of Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport, however, flights to Amsterdam, Netherlands, are cheapest, with airfare averaging $US838.


HAWAII: Reykjavík, Iceland

Boyloso/ShutterstockReykjavík, Iceland.

Reykjavík, Iceland, is also the cheapest European destination to visit from Hawaii. Flights from Daniel K. Inouye International Airport in Honolulu, Hawaii, cost an average of $US612, while jetting from Kona International Airport in Kalaoa, Hawaii, costs an extra $US7.


IDAHO: Reykjavík, Iceland

Bhushan Raj Timla/ShuttershockBlue Lagoon in Grindavík, Iceland, is less than an hour’s drive from the capital.

Salt Lake International Airport has flights to Reykjavík, Iceland, for $US685 on average.


ILLINOIS: Dublin, Ireland

ShutterstockDublin, Ireland.

You can jet from O’Hare International Airport in Chicago, Illinois, to Dublin, Ireland, for the average cost of $US721.


INDIANA: Reykjavík, Iceland

Maridav/ShutterstockSkógafoss Waterfall in Skógafoss, Iceland, is just over two hours from Reykjavík by car.

At around $US720, flights to Reykjavík, Iceland, are cheaper than any other European flight out of Indianapolis International Airport.


IOWA: Reykjavík, Iceland

Ning Nong/ShutterstockFjaðrárgljúfur Canyon is a three-and-a-half-hour drive from Reykjavík.

Flights from Des Moines International Airport to Reykjavík, Iceland, cost about $US669.


KANSAS: Reykjavík, Iceland

Homo Cosmicos / ShutterstockVestmannaeyjar, Iceland, which is just less than a three-hour drive from Reykjavík.

You can find fares from Kansas City International Airport to Iceland’s capital city for around $US616, according to Kayak.


KENTUCKY: Reykjavík, Iceland

Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport has flights to Reykjavík, Iceland, for around $US681, but the cheapest flights to Europe from Louisville International Airport go to Milan, Italy, for $US985 on average.


LOUISIANA: Reykjavík, Iceland

Standret/ShutterstockKirkjufell, Iceland, is roughly a two-and-a-half hour drive from Reykjavík.

Kayak found that flights from Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport to Reykjavík, Iceland, cost around $US616.


MAINE: Reykjavík, Iceland

basiczto/ShutterstockReykjavík, Iceland.

Bangor International Airport in Bangor, Maine, has flights to Reykjavík, Iceland, for approximately $US631.


MARYLAND: Lisbon, Portugal

Mapics/ShutterstockLisbon, Portugal.

Like Delawareans, Marylanders can fly to Lisbon, Portugal, at a lower cost than any other destination in Europe. Flights from Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport cost $US686 on average.


MASSACHUSETTS: Oslo, Norway

It’s cheapest to fly to Oslo, Norway, if you’re visiting Europe from Massachusetts, Kayak’s data shows. Flights from Boston Logan International Airport to Norway’s capital cost around $US596.


MICHIGAN: Reykjavík, Iceland

Javen/ShutterstockReykjavík, Iceland.

If you’re flying out of Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, flights to Reykjavík, Iceland, are your cheapest way to Europe, costing $US648 on average. However, at around $US798, flights to Dublin, Ireland, are the cheapest to Europe from Flint Bishop International Airport.


MINNESOTA: Reykjavík, Iceland

Javen/ShutterstockReykjavík, Iceland.

Once again, Reykjavík, Iceland, is the cheapest destination to fly to from Minnesota. Flights from Minneapolis−Saint Paul International Airport cost around $US487.


MISSISSIPPI: Reykjavík, Iceland

Andrew Mayovskyy/ShutterstockVestrahorn Mountain is a six-hour drive from Reykjavík, Iceland.

Flying from Mississippi to Reykjavík, Iceland, costs an average of $US646 out of Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport.


MISSOURI: Reykjavík, Iceland

Nicolae Prisacaru/ShutterstockThe Northern Lights above Reykjavík, Iceland.

Like Mississippians and Minnesotans, Missourians can fly to Reykjavík, Iceland, at a lower cost than any other European destinations. Flights from Kansas City International Airport cost $US575 on average, while flights from St. Louis Lambert International Airport are priced at around $US616.


MONTANA: Reykjavík, Iceland

1tomm/ShutterstockReykjavík, Iceland.

It costs around $US617 to fly from Billings Logan International Airport to Reykjavík, Iceland.


NEBRASKA: Reykjavík, Iceland

TTstudio/ShutterstockReykjavík, Iceland.

Omaha Eppley Airfield has flights to Reykjavík, Iceland, for $US605 on average.


NEVADA: London, UK

Justin Black/ShutterstockThe Tower of London in London, UK.

Travelling to London is cheaper than flying to any other European destination from Nevada, according to Kayak. Flights from McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas, Nevada, cost $US716 on average, but the cheapest flight from Reno-Tahoe International Airport to Europe is to Reykjavík, Iceland, for around $US754.


NEW HAMPSHIRE: Oslo, Norway

Like their neighbours from Massachusetts, people from New Hampshire will find that flights to Oslo, Norway, are cheaper than to any other European city. Flights from Boston Logan International Airport cost $US596 on average.


NEW JERSEY: Dublin, Ireland

It’s cheapest to fly to Dublin, Ireland, from Newark Liberty International Airport, according to Kayak data. Flights to the capital city cost $US608 on average.


NEW MEXICO: Reykjavík, Iceland

ShutterstockJökulsárlón, Iceland, is five hours east of Reykjavík by car.

New Mexicans can fly to Reykjavík, Iceland, from Albuquerque International Sunport for an average cost of $US635.


NEW YORK: Helsinki, Finland

Scanrail1/ ShutterstockHelsinki, Finland.

It costs around $US523 to fly from New York City’s LaGuardia Airport to Finland’s capital. From John F. Kennedy International Airport, Madrid is the cheapest European destination with fares averaging around $US564. Flying to Reykjavík, Iceland, from Buffalo Niagara International Airport will cost you $US616 on average.


NORTH CAROLINA: Reykjavík, Iceland

Jay Yuan/ShutterstockVik, Iceland, is a two-and-a-half-hour drive from Reykjavík.

North Carolinians can get to Reykjavík, Iceland, by way of Raleigh-Durham International Airport for around $US663, but the cheapest flights to Europe out of Charlotte Douglas International Airport go to Lisbon, Portugal, for an average of $US803.


NORTH DAKOTA: Reykjavík, Iceland

Javen/ShutterstockReykjavík, Iceland, as seen from Hallgrimskirkja church.

Flights to Reykjavík, Iceland, from Hector International Airport in Fargo, North Dakota, cost around $US687.


OHIO: Reykjavík, Iceland

Andrew Mayovskyy/ShutterstockA waterfall in Iceland.

On average, people from Ohio can travel to Reykjavík, Iceland, for $US453 from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and for $US616 from John Glenn Columbus International Airport.


OKLAHOMA: Reykjavík, Iceland

Dennis van de Water/ShutterstockBlue Lagoon in Grindavík, Iceland, is less than an hour’s drive from the capital.

Reykjavík, Iceland, is the cheapest European destination to visit regardless of whether you fly out of Oklahoma City or Tulsa. On average, flights from Will Rogers World Airport cost $US656, while those flying out of Tulsa International Airport will save $US2.


OREGON: Reykjavík, Iceland

Chris Dolby Imaging/ShutterstockGullfoss Waterfall, Iceland.

If you’re flying out of Portland International Airport, travelling to Reykjavík, Iceland, would be cheaper than any other European destination at around $US638.


PENNSYLVANIA: Cork, Ireland

Madrugada Verde/ShutterstockCork, Ireland.

Pennsylvania is the only state with Cork, Ireland, as its cheapest European destination. Flights from Philadelphia International Airport cost around $US661. The cheapest flight from Pittsburgh International Airport to Europe, however, goes to Frankfurt, Germany, for around $US679.


RHODE ISLAND: Dublin, Ireland

Flights from Providence, Rhode Island, to Dublin, Ireland, are the cheapest on Kayak’s list at around $US441.


SOUTH CAROLINA: Reykjavík, Iceland

Mat1ss/ShutterstockReykjavík, Iceland.

On average, you can find flights out of Charleston International Airport to Reykjavík, Iceland, for $US667.


SOUTH DAKOTA: Reykjavík, Iceland

Kevin Kopf/ShutterstockFjaðrárgljúfur canyon in Iceland.

The cheapest flights to Europe from South Dakota are also to Reykjavík, Iceland. South Dakotans can travel from Omaha Eppley Airfield to the capital city for $US605 on average.


TENNESSEE: Reykjavík, Iceland

Thanapol Tontinikorn/ShutterstockDettifoss Waterfall, Iceland.

Likewise, Reykjavík, Iceland, is the cheapest European destination for Tennesseeans. Flights from Nashville International Airport cost $US656 on average.


TEXAS: Luxembourg City, Luxembourg

Texas is the only state where it’s cheapest to fly to Luxembourg, one of the smallest countries in Europe. Flights from George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, Texas, cost around $US664. If you’re flying out of Austin, Texas, however, your cheapest option is to fly to London, UK, for around $US752, according to Kayak.


UTAH: Reykjavík, Iceland

Tsuguliev/ShutterstockThe Northern Lights in Reykjavík, Iceland.

Salt Lake International Airport has flights to Reykjavík, Iceland, for around $US685.


VERMONT: Milan, Italy

Boris Stroujko/ShutterstockMilan, Italy.

You can fly from Burlington International Airport to Milan, Italy, for the average cost of $US647.


VIRGINIA: Reykjavík, Iceland

Andrew Mayovskyy/ShutterstockIceland.

Virginians can fly to Reykjavík, Iceland, from either Norfolk International Airport or Richmond International Airport for $US616 on average.


WASHINGTON: Manchester, UK.

Flying from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to Manchester, UK, costs $US729 on average.


WASHINGTON, DC: Stockholm, Sweden

Flights from the capital of the US to the capital of Sweden cost $US685 on average if you’re flying out of Dulles International Airport.


WEST VIRGINIA: Frankfurt, Germany

Pigprox/ShutterstockFrankfurt, Germany.

Frankfurt, Germany, is the cheapest European destination to fly to from West Virginia, according to Kayak. Flights from Pittsburgh International Airport cost an average of $US679.


WISCONSIN: Oslo, Norway

Milwaukee’s General Mitchell International Airport has flights to Oslo, Norway, for an average of $US694.


WYOMING: Reykjavík, Iceland

Beketoff/ShutterstockStykkishólmur, Iceland, is two hours north of Reykjavík.

From Billings Logan International Airport, Wyomingans can get to the “Land of Fire and Ice” for $US617 on average.

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