Cheap flights to Eugene, Oregon (OR)

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The best time of year to visit Eugene is during the months of June, July, August and September, when this Pacific Northwest town swaps wet weather for sunshine and warm temperatures. This is the best time of year to enjoy the outdoors in Eugene, too, though it’s definitely peak travel season and attractions can get crowded. Many prefer to avoid the wet months of November, December, and January, making these the best months to find cheap flights to Eugene. The weather straddles the line between warm and wet during the shoulder season months of March, April, May and October, when flights may be less expensive than they are during peak travel months.

Eugene overview

The west coast of Oregon has a culture all of its own, though it’s typically the city of Portland that hogs the spotlight. Two hours south, though, the free-spirited town of Eugene welcomes travellers of all walks of life to its culturally rich and diverse environment. Eugene locals walk to the beat of a different drum, creating a town that’s always fun to visit.

With such an eclectic energy, it’s no wonder the cultural scene here is rich. Performing arts like theatre, concerts, dance, and comedy are just a few of the cultural gems one can enjoy in Eugene. Art galleries are plentiful, too, as are locally owned shops where visitors can score a one-of-a-kind souvenir.

Eugene’s creative energy expands far beyond the local art scene. This is a city where everyone seems inspired, and their inspiration often leads to tangible results for visitors to enjoy. That’s why artisan coffee shops, microbreweries and restaurants are such a mainstay of the city, and their independent offerings are often quite unlike anything found elsewhere in the U.S.

Fittingly, this so-called hippie town has blended seamlessly with the rivers and mountains surrounding it, so there are plenty of options for outdoor recreation, too. Camping, birding, hiking and biking are just the tip of the outdoor iceberg.

Eugene’s offerings are rounded out with a never-ending roster of quirky festivals, ensuring every visit to this Oregon city delights with new experiences.

Getting around Eugene

Eugene is rather simple for visitors to get around. A public bus system is available and runs throughout the city and into neighboring rural areas. This environmentally conscious city is also very bicycle-friendly, so visitors shouldn’t think twice about hiring a bike to get around Eugene. Taxis and car hire are two more options for conveniently getting around town.

Getting from the Airport to the City

Eugene Airport (EUG) is less than 19km from the heart of the city. Unfortunately, the airport is not serviced by Eugene’s public transportation, so visitors will need to arrange an alternative way to get into the city. Shuttles and taxis are available to hire, and car rental counters are also on site.


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Useful information about Eugene

Temp on Avg for this month inEugene54.5 °FSource: World Weather Online
Average monthly rainfall inEugene6.97 inSource: World Weather Online
Airlines flying toEugeneAllegiant Air, Emirates and Alaska Airlines
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More useful information about Eugene

  • Direct flights to Oregon will land you in the state that has more ghost towns than any other in America.
  • See Mount Hood after your last minute flight to Oregon.
  • Destinations in Oregon fall into two climate zones which are split by the Cascade Mountains.

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How much do things cost in Eugene?

Bottle of local beer (0.5 liter) $1.95
3 bedroom apartment in the suburbs $1321.56
1 mile taxi journey $2.12
1 bedroom apartment downtown $817.00
Cappuccino $4.11
Local draught beer (0.5 liter) $4.75
Imported beer (0.33 liter) $4.00
Large bottle of water $2.15
1 bedroom apartment in the suburbs $643.18
Gasoline $2.95