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Londoners can benefit from buying Air Baltic tickets to Vilnius for €78, to Tallinn for €75 and to Riga for only €58. For those who are not used to organizing trips beforehand and prefer last-minute holidays, it’s not too late yet. Booking tickets from London to Riga for the end of January will cost you less than €200.
For the readers who live in Moscow an airplane is likely to be cheaper means to go to the Baltic cities than a train. The most expensive option to travel from Moscow to Riga in February is just €85, while a trip to Vilnius will hardly cost more than €110 (with €63 and €76 for the least expensive tickets respectively). Tallinn would be even cheaper on the average with €69 for the cheapest ticket. Those who live in St. Petersburg may be pleased to know that they can purchase tickets to Tallinn for €59, to Riga for €70, and to Vilnius for €74.
Estonian Air happens to be more expensive (twice as much on average), but keep in mind that Air Baltic presupposes that you will pay extra money for some extra conveniences, such as a place for baggage and meal on board. Although Estonian Air tickets are less cheap, these services are included in the ticket’s price. Last-minute deals seem to be more advantageous at Estonian Air, too. Flying from London to Tallinn on the last weekend of January will cost just €167. Yet in February the cheapest tickets from Manchester to the Estonian capital go for €154, from Edinburg to Tallinn – for €223, and a sum of €155 is required for travelers from Birmingham. St. Petersburg dwellers can buy tickets to Tallinn for €90, while Muscovites can enjoy tickets for just €84.
A getaway in February might be a good way to cheer up. You will definitely need this energy until summer, when you may be able to afford a more expensive trip spending the money you saved thanks to relatively cheap tickets in winter.