• 11 Sep 2015, 18:40
  • Liu Yang

Cheap open-jaw flights to Mongolia from Europe from only €441 (138 824 HUF)!

Explore Mongolia with cheap open-jaw flights from Europe! Air China is offering low fares from Budapest with returning back to Stockholm from just €441 (138 824 HUF)! The lowest fare can be found if you start your journey in Budapest and return to Stockholm but you can choose to fly back to Vienna for €477 […]

Explore Mongolia with cheap open-jaw flights from Europe! Air China is offering low fares from Budapest with returning back to Stockholm from just €441 (138 824 HUF)!

The lowest fare can be found if you start your journey in Budapest and return to Stockholm but you can choose to fly back to Vienna for €477 (149 535 HUF).

If you have long been planned to visit Mongolia, this is the chance. You will see amazing nature attractions of this beautiful country. Mongolia is situated at an average altitude of 1500 m above the sea level, surrounded by high mountain chains. A bactrian camel ride and sleeping in a yurt under starry sky on the Gobi Desert will make your visit unforgettable! Do not hesitate if you want to book this!

Travel dates:
October – November 2015

To check all available dates please click here >> (The website is in Polish, so please use Google Translate)

Routing:
Budapest – Ulan Bator – Stockholm
Budapest – Ulan Bator – Vienna

How to book:
Visit Momondo.de 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:
Budapest – Ulan Bator – Stockholm >>

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Budapest – Ulan Bator – Vienna >>

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

For example Mongolian Steppe Guest House for only €16 per night!

Mongolian Steppe Guest House

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