• 3 Nov 2015, 20:19
  • Luis

Cheap open jaw flights to Bali from Europe from only €335


Earlier we blogged about Qatar Airways sale, well how about even cheaper open jaw flights? There are a whole heap of open jaw flight options available, for example to Bali!

Leave cold, snowy weather at home and experience summer’s warmth at world’s top getaway destinations this winter! This is a perfect deal for someone who is looking for some winter sun.

The lowest fare to Bali can be found if you start your journey in Istanbul or Venice and then return to Zurich for just €335.

Travel dates:
January – June 2016

Istanbul – Denpasar Bali – Zurich
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Venice – Jakarta and Denpasar Bali – Zurich
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Rome – Jakarta and Denpasar Bali – Zurich
Milan – Jakarta and Denpasar Bali – Zurich

How to book:
Visit Momondo or just click the link below and adjust travel dates.

Baggage during the trip:
One cabin bag and one piece of checked in baggage per passenger.

Sample reservations:
Venice – Jakarta and Denpasar Bali – Zurich >>


Istanbul – Denpasar Bali – Zurich >>


If you’re looking for cheap accommodation you should compare hotel rates on HotelsCombined.com. Don’t forget to read hotel reviews on TripAdvisor.

We encourage you to stay at Yuliati House. Centrally located in Ubud, Yuliati House offers value-for-money rooms cooled with a ceiling fan. Just 5 minutes’ drive from Ubud Art Market and Ubud Royal Palace,the property comes with free Wi-Fi and free parking. A satisfying breakfast is prepared each morning at Yuliati House, and there are numerous cafés and eateries nearby. Yuliati House is an hour’s drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport. Monkey Forest Ubud is a short 10-minute drive away.

Yuliati House

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