Emirates has launched a sale on economy airfares to Europe.
Emirates has launched a sale on economy airfares to Europe. AAP

Experience Europe for less

EMIRATES has launched a sale on Economy airfares to Europe during its autumn period, offering Australian travellers the chance to explore Emirates' 28 European destinations for less.

Sample the sights of Prague from $1802 return, the historical Greek city of Athens from $1836 and the culture London from $1961.

Travellers can also enjoy the romance of Rome from $1802 return from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth, including all airport charges and taxes.

Return airfares to Emirates newly launched European destinations of Geneva and Copenhagen start from $1805 return.

The timing of the this sale period also offers the perfect opportunity for travellers to include a stopover in the exciting city of Dubai on the way to or from Europe, during Dubai's high season for travel, with Emirates offering  great deals on Dubai stopover packages.

All Emirates passengers receive inflight service delivered by an international crew drawn from over 140 nationalities; complimentary gourmet food and beverage menus; a generous 30kg luggage allowance; and an award-winning inflight entertainment system with more than 1200 channels.

These special fares are valid for travel from now to November 30, 2011, except from Sydney which is valid from October 3 until November 30, 2011. All bookings must be made by September 30, 2011.

For flight information and bookings contact Emirates on 1300 303 777, visit your local travel agent or go to the Emirates website.

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