- From March to Gothenburg and Prague from 34.99€
- From May to Larnaca from 99.99€ and Gran Canaria from 139.99€
- From June to Málaga from 69.99€ and Valencia from 59.99€
- Also in summer from Hamburg to Oslo from 39.99€ and Fuerteventura from 139.99€
- All connections bookable as of now
Take off into the sun with Eurowings from Hamburg: Eurowings offers numerous new attractive connections from the Hanseatic city also in the 2020 summer flight schedule: from 29 March 2020, Eurowings passengers fly to Prague from 34.99€ per route on Fridays and Sundays. At the same time, the airline also adds flights to Gothenburg to its program. The connection is offered daily except on Saturdays and is available from a one-way price from 34.99€.
From 2 May 2020, Eurowings flies from Hamburg to the Canary Island of Gran Canaria on Saturdays at a one-way fare from 139.99€, and from 16 May also on Saturdays to Larnaca on Cyprus at a one-way fare from 99.99€. In addition, the Hamburg – Fuerteventura (Canary Islands) connection, which already exists in the 2019/2020 winter schedule, will be continued in the 2020 summer schedule. The flight starts every Saturday from 139.99€.
In June, Eurowings adds two new destinations in Spain, which will also be served directly from Hamburg: Starting on 2 June 2020, flights to Valencia will be offered on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 59.99€. From 4 June 2020 on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays to Málaga from 69.99€.
In addition, the Hamburg – Oslo connection, which is already served in the 2019/2020 winter schedule, will be continued in the 2020 summer schedule and is available from 39.99€ per route. There are daily flights except on Saturdays. All Hamburg routes can be booked as of now at eurowings.com or via the Eurowings App.
Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic and is also known as the “Golden City”. The cityscape is characterized by the many bridges – thirty in total – under which the river Vltava flows. The most famous of these is the Charles Bridge. Prague is also known as the birthplace of Franz Kafka, one of the most important writers of the last century.
Gothenburg is a Swedish metropolis and an urban insider tip. It lies on the Göta älv river on the west coast. The port city is famous for its Dutch-style canals, green avenues and rustic coffee houses. A visit to the trendy district of Haga, where the largest cinnamon rolls in the world are said to be found, is worthwhile.
Gran Canaria is the third largest of the seven Canary Islands in Spain. Due to its varied flora and fauna with 14 microclimate zones, Gran Canaria is also known as a miniature continent. The volcanic island has a lot to offer: untouched nature, impressive coasts, hiking routes and dream beaches.
Larnaca is a harbour town on the South coast of Cyprus and the third largest of the Mediterranean island. The Finikoudes City Beach is particularly beautiful with its palm-fringed promenade along which bars and restaurants line up. Also, a trip to the coast of Ayia Napa, which attracts its visitors with crystal clear seawater and white sandy beaches, is worthwhile.
Valencia is located on the Southeast coast of Spain. The port city is also known as Barcelona’s little sister. With futuristic architecture, city beaches, pretty parks, colourful hustle and bustle on the streets and the typical Mediterranean flair, Valencia is very multifaceted.
Málaga is a port city on the Costa del Sol in Spain. Mediterranean flair and modern buildings, sandy beaches and skyline meet here. Numerous churches and chapels, palaces, fountains, as well as parks and historic gardens, invite tourists to linger. Those interested in art should definitely plan a visit to Pablo Picasso’s birthplace.