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Free Stopovers in Europe, flying from NYC?

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I'm mulling a few ideas for travel this fall and, for the first time, might like to take advantage of the free stopovers offered by a few airlines. Does anyone know of, or know where to find, a list of airlines that offer these stopovers in a Europeann city, when traveling from the US to another European city?

I believe that TAP offers free stops in Lisbon or Porto, Finnair does the same in Helsinki. I once read that AerLingus might let one stop in Dublin, but cannot find that info on their website. Not sure I am interested in Iceland right now.

Skyteam/FlyingBlue is my preferred network but will consider others if the stopover is tempting.

Final destination will likely be Spain, or perhaps Italy.

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