Book a flight to multiple destinations in the USA for an unforgettable experience. The country is vast, offering an unlimited amount of activities and opportunities for travelers. Immerse yourself in the pulsating cities like Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, or Miami – enjoying the arts, culture, cuisine, and nightlife opportunities. Or, explore some of the stunning natural sites – from the National Parks in the heart of the Rockies to the turquoise waters of the Florida coastline. For the classic American adventure, rent a car and road trip to flexibly see all the unique sites from coast to coast. No matter what you’re looking for – be sure that you can find it in the US.
from the US to Scandinavia
SAS flies to multiple Scandinavian destinations, including Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland, from seven departure locations across the US: Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, San Francisco and Washington D.C.
When you visit Denmark, fly direct to Copenhagen from Boston, Chicago, Miami, New York, San Francisco and Washington DC.
For a taste of Sweden, SAS flies directly to Stockholm from Chicago, Los Angeles and New York.
And Norway? Fly direct to Oslo from Miami and New York. Book your flight early to lock in the lowest prices with our low fare calendar.
Make your trip one for the whole family
If you travel with children under 2 years (without their own seat) they will travel either free of charge or with a 90% discount on the flight portion of the ticket, depending on the destination. Children aged 2–11 get a 25% discount. The discounts do not apply to taxes and fees.
Experience th Big Apple
Visiting the Big Apple is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. From the towering skyscrapers, to the world-class museums and limitless shopping opportunities, there’s no shortage of sights and activities to keep you busy from morning till night. As there are hundreds of separate neighborhoods spread across the five Boroughs – Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens, Manhattan and Staten Island – that comprise the whole of New York City, you can find a unique culture around each corner. New York City is truly one of immigrants – with approximately one-third of all residents being foreign-born.
Dive headfirst into the thousands of restaurants and bars – offering anything from budget eats in the heart of Chinatown, Michelin star establishments on the Upper East Side or trendy spots with a vegan twist on the streets of Williamsburg. The dining scene is incredibly diverse, reflecting the dishes of the many cultures that call the City home.
If shopping is on your to-do list, you’ve come to the right place. Pick up a few designer items on one of the world’s most famous shopping streets – Madison Avenue – search for something completely unique at some of the hundreds of thrift shops or head to some of the largest and most exciting department stores, such as Macy’s or Bloomingdales. The most popular shopping areas include SoHo, Nolita, the Financial District, Union Square, the Lower East Side, Greenwich Village and Chinatown.
For a dash of culture, New York City is the home to numerous world-class museums and historical buildings and sights. Head to the top of the Empire State Building, get a glimpse of the city’s most famous lady, the Statue of Liberty, or gaze at the famous ceiling at the Grand Central Station. Get lost in the many exhibits at some of the top museums including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim Museum or the Museum of Modern Art, also known as MoMA.
The White House and historical museums in Washington D.C.
For a dose of history, head to the national capital of Washington DC. Iconic monuments, impressive sights and some of the world’s very best museums such as the Smithsonian Institute or the National Air and Space Museum dominate the historical landscape. Don’t miss the memorial statue to Abraham Lincoln, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, or the Washington Monument, a tribute to the country’s first president. History was made in this city on many occasions – from Martin Luther King Jr.’s iconic speech “I Have a Dream” on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to Nixon’s Watergate scandal, and much more. Visit the original Declaration of Independence or the first American flag hand sewn by none other than Betsy Ross.
Unforgettable road trip in California
Explore this massive country in a truly authentic way – an all-American road trip. One of the most popular routes is along the California coastline. The Western California Coast boasts mild weather all year long and in the southern cities like LA, expect to wear flip-flops even in winter. There are fantastic natural sights nearby, such as Yosemite National Mark, the Grand Canyon or the Yellowstone National Park. To cool off from a long hike, head to the beach, surf the waves and maybe even swim with the local dolphins – you can find stunning coastline scenery from north to south. And for a little refreshment, plan a visit to Napa Valley, home to some of the world’s finest wineries. Top off your California vacation by indulging in a delicious dinner made from locally grown, fresh ingredients.