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Every holiday starts with a flight and there are plenty of options for you to consider when you travel to South America. The most popular choice is to compliment a South American holiday with some time in Paris, Madrid, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, or Miami.

Paris

What airlines fly to South America via Paris:

The City of Lights makes for a perfect stopover location by offerering many opportunities to appreciate the beauty of one of the world's most romantic cities.

Take a guided tour of Paris to travel through the Champs-Élysées from the Arc de Triomphe, to Place de la Concorde then through Jardin des Tuileries to the Musée du Louvre, a former palace and now Paris's most famous museum. Of course, you cannot forget to climb the infamous Eiffel Tower to admire the breathtaking panoramic views of the city. 

 

Madrid

What airlines fly to South America via Madrid: Iberia

Known as the soul of Spain, Madrid is a cosmopolitan city that combines a modern infrastucture with a vast cultural and artistic heritage. 

Revel in the spontaneity of the Spanish captial through the 60+ museums, music scene, and legendary nightlife. Dont miss the chance to experince the deep and infectious passion for life that Madrid holds.

 

Amsterdam

What airlines fly to South America via Amsterdam:

Originally a 13th century fishing village, Amsterdam today is a picturesque city with exquisite nightlife. The "Venice of the North" is a city of tolerance and diversity that holds all the advantages of a big city, but still remains quaint and quiet feel.

Take a cruise the Golden Age canals, bike through the city like a true Amsterdammer, and visit the Anne Frank House to have one of the most moving experiences that travellers can have. Be sure to check out some of the famous Dutch artists at the Vincent Van Gogh Museum, Rijksmuseum, and Stedelijk museum.  

 

Frankfurt 

What airlines fly to South America via Frankfurt:

Known as 'Mainhattan', Frankfurt is a powerful business and finance hub that is home to the European Central Bank. Located on the River Main, Frankfurt is one of the world's largest stock exchanges, is known for its futuristic skyline, and is the German transportation centre.

Following the destruction in World War II, the city rebuilt and turned into the modern metropolis that it is today. Often referred to as one of the world's most liveable cities, Frankfurt has a youthful atmosphere with colorful cafés and vibrant nightlife that is worth experiencing. 

 

Miami

What airlines fly to South America via Miami: American Airlines

The Cruise Capital of the World is a paradise of oceanfront cities that is one of America's most popular holiday spots. 

Explore the southeastern corner of the US by spending the days soaking up the sun on the miles of sandy beaches, strolling through the local shops, and then delve into the exhilirating nightlife. When it comes to ocean views, there is no shortage of beaches to chose from. Revel in the electic atmosphere of the South Beach nightlife, take a quiet stroll on the North Beach pier, and enjoy the Bahamian ambiance of Coconut Grove. Whether you are looking to party or are prepared to relax, Miami has the sun-soaked destination for you.