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Iberia is offering discounted flights to the historic city of Santiago de Compostela in Spain from major U.S. cities.
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Secret Flying reported the basic economy fares to Spain, which can be booked from March to December, excluding the summer months.
Airline: Iberia.
Routes: BOS/JFK/MIA/ORD to SCQ.
How to book: Directly with the airline or through Google Flights.
Travel dates: March-December (excluding summer).

The deals below are for basic economy seating on Iberia, which includes a standard seat and carry-on. A checked bag, seat selection, changes and priority boarding will cost extra. Each flight below includes a stop in Madrid (MAD).
One of the lowest offers we found was from Miami (MIA) to Santiago de Compostela (SCQ) for $393 round-trip.
Travelers can fly to Santiago de Compostela from Boston (BOS) for $393 round-trip.
Flights from Chicago (ORD) to Santiago de Compostela are widely available in the fall for $442 round-trip.
If you’re flying from New York (JFK) to Santiago de Compostela, flights are limited in availability at the price of $443 round-trip. The deal we found was at the beginning of April.
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Don’t miss out on exploring the history and culture of Santiago de Compostela. Jump on these offers before they slip away.
Featured photo by Santiago Urquijo/Getty Images.
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