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Top 5 cheapest return flights from Pakistan to Europe

Looking to tick off a Euro tour from your bucket list? Don’t know where to start? Relax! will provide you the ‘Top 5 Cheapest Return Flights to Europe’ you can expect to select destinations.

Istanbul, Turkey: Rs. 37, 094 (Approximately)


Don’t you just love us for bringing you this article? Yes! A return trip to Istanbul is THAT cheap!

You are likely to run into people from all over the world at Hagia Sophia, which is one of the most popular tourist locations in the city. The Blue Mosque, The Dolmanbahce, The Galata Tower and the Topkapi Palace are all places that would make you drool and fall in love with the city. Caution: keep all females away from the grand bazaar. Of course, your taste buds would be singing ‘hallelujah’ once you try the delicious Turkish cuisines, which might even be accompanied with some good ‘dance numbers’.

So the next time you think of spending all that money on replacing your 3 week old phone, think of Europe and all these magnificent places first! If you intend to book your tickets, go to to get the best deals.


Prague, Czech Republic: Rs. 48, 588 (Approximately)


Although Prague has had its fair share of invasions, the Old Town Square has been almost untouched since the 10th century. At the same spot, the spectacle of the mechanical clock turning an hour is a demonstration enjoyed by a large crowd and one that is always exciting. Meanwhile, the walk at the Charles Bridge is likely to be the highlight of the trip. The bridge, which had been built in the 14th century by Charles IV, contains remarkable statues maintained since the 17th century and is guaranteed to be the ‘real’ walk to remember. The Prague Castle, Jewish Ghetto, Saint Vitus Cathedral, The Lennon Wall, and the Cruise on the River Vltava will make you don those ‘I Love Prague’ shirts, for sure!

Tbilisi, Georgia: Rs. 50, 103 (Approximately) 


That’s not a bad price to pay when you know you can visit the Sataplia Cave, bringing you with loads of ‘selfie moments’. If you still have space in your camera then the visit to Nekresi and the surrounding breathtaking views would be enough to provide you with new display pictures for a whole year. By the time you visit Saint David’s Church and the Holy Mountain, you would be tearing your hair off for not keeping a spare memory card.

Bucharest, Romania: Rs. 54, 885 (Approximately) 


Did you know the world’s largest parliament building is situated in Bucharest? Feel like packing your bags already, don’t you? Also worth your time are the contemporary art galleries, whose prominence has exploded immensely in recent years. Some of the most interesting galleries are Anaid, Zornini Art Gallery, and the H’art Gallery. If the beauty of the art gallery doesn’t melt you away, the architecture of the churches surely will!

Manchester, United Kingdom: Rs. 55, 108 (Approximately)  


Visit the 610 acre Heaton Park along with a number of museums, especially the United Kingdom’s Museum of the Year: The Whitworth. Or check in to one of the largest shopping centers in Europe at the Trafford Center. Moreover, if you are remotely interested in soccer (regardless of your allegiances) you would be a fool if you overlooked a visit to ‘The Theatre of Dreams-Old Trafford’, which is the home ground of Manchester United, or the Etihad Stadium: the home ground of Manchester City Football Club.

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