According to a new report from KAYAK, which calls itself "the world's leading travel search engine," flight prices between Canada and Europe have reached a "three-year low."

So that Canadians may take advantage of these fleeting deals, KAYAK has "as crunched the numbers and put together a list of European destinations that have dipped in price year-over-year," according to a press release.

Thus, below are compiled the cheapest places and travel dates (based on median flight costs) for Canadians to vacation in Europe for the summer of 2019. The information is organized by province of departure. All information comes directly from KAYAK.

For more information, to book your trip, and to explore other destinations, check out KAYAK here!

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Alberta

Where: to Reykjavik ($632), then to Edinburgh ($208)

When: June 1st through 7th


British Columbia

Where: to Reykjavik ($594), then to Edinburgh ($208)

When: August 31st through September 6th


New Brunswick

Where: to Reykjavik ($583), then to Edinburgh ($208)

When: June 1st through 7th


Newfoundland & Labrador

Where: to Dublin ($578), then to Brussels ($95)

When: May 25th through 31st


Nova Scotia

Where: to Reykjavik ($568), then to Edinburgh ($208)

When: June 1st through 7th


Manitoba

Where: to Dublin ($754), then to Brussels ($95)

When: May 25th through 31st


Ontario

Where: to Reykjavik ($501), then to Edinburgh ($208)

When: June 1st through 7th


Prince Edward Island

Where: to Dublin ($630), then to Brussels ($95)

When: June 15th through 21st


Quebec

Where: to Reykjavik ($540), then to Edinburgh ($208)

When: May 25th through 31st


Saskatchewan

Where: to Dublin ($709), then to Brussels ($95)

When: August 24th through 30th


Happy travelling!

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