By Nathan Cox, dealnews Content Editor This week, it's time to break away from our normal tropical hot spot deals and pave the path for a wider variety of destinations, to Europe, Asia, and beyond. To make it easier on the wallet, we've rounded up the most popular travel deals from the past week that are still available. Please note that travel deals expire quickly and prices may change, so be sure to check before you book. 6-Night Prague, Vienna, and Budapest Vacation for 2Vendor: European Destinations via ShermansTravelPrice: From $1,427.64 Lowest By: $375 per personIs It Worth It?: Looking for a way to get three countries under your traveling belt? European Destinations offers a 6-night Prague, Vienna, and Budapest flight and hotel package for two so you can really add to your breadth of cultural knowledge. Enjoy everything from beer to opera to monolithic castles; at $375 under the next per-person rate we could find, you'll likely have some additional green left for whatever extras your heart may desire. This price is based on departure from New York City with arrival in Prague on November 25; type "NYC" in the "from" section and select "all airports" to get this price. Double occupancy is required. Travel must be booked by September 16. 6-Night Italy Amalfi Coast Vacation for 2 with car rentalVendor: Sceptre Tours TravelzooPrice: From $1,998 Lowest By: $150Is It Worth It?: If Italian fare and culture are among your favorites (they're certainly among ours), staying at the Hotel Gardenia could be your ticket to paradiso. Situated in the quaint town of Sorrento, this hotel opens the door to what is widely considered to be Italy's most scenic stretch of coastline, plus luxurious gardens, expansive vistas, and more. In as little as 45 minutes, you can also visit the nearby towns of Naples and Pompeii. This price is based on departure from New York; double occupancy is required. Book by September 16 for travel from November 1 through February 29, 2012. 5-Night South Korea Flight and Hotel Package for 2Vendor: Pacific HolidaysPrice: From $3,150 Lowest By: $724 per person Is It Worth It?: Named the World Design Capital of 2010 by the International Council of Societies of Industrial Design, Seoul isn't just South Korea's largest metropolis and capital — it's a center display of innovation and creativity. With a stay at the Hamilton Hotel, you can explore many things Korean: the Namdaemun Market, Seoul's oldest continually running market, modern and historical architecture, Seoul Olympic Park, and more. This package also includes half-day tours with English-speaking guides. Book by September 16 for travel through March 31, 2012. Double occupancy is required. 4-Night Flight and Hotel Package for 2 to Puerto RicoVendor: CheapCaribbean via Travelzoo Price: From $580.34 via coupon code "RIOMAR200"Lowest By: $145 per person, not including extrasIs It Worth It?: Located between the Atlantic Ocean and the El Yunque Caribbean National Forest, this particular Wyndham has access to many of Puerto Rico's unspoiled natural wonders. With your stay, you'll receive a VIP Value Card that's good for 25% off select activities such as golf, tennis, spa treatments, water sports, and more. Furthermore, it's $61 under our per-person rate from last week and the best deal we've seen for this package. This price is based on departure from Fort Lauderdale, FL, with arrival in San Juan on September 26; double occupancy and a 4-night stay are required. Book by September 14 for travel through October 31. Quality Inn and Suites in Anaheim Hotel StaysVendor: BookItPrice: From $60 per night Lowest By: $10Is It Worth It?: Last but not least, this deal in Anaheim can offer comfort with something a little closer to home. Located about two miles away from Disneyland Park in South Harbor, and within walking distance of sandy beaches, this hotel brings your family within striking distance of all the fun. If you'd rather get a piece of the city life, head south to downtown Los Angeles — it's just a half-hour away. Book by October 1 for stays through December 31. As a lover of many things foreign, Nathan Cox continues to look for cheap, easy ways to travel the globe and broaden his horizons. With an IT background, he loves using gadgets found on dealnews to make exploring the world even sweeter. DealNews may be compensated by companies mentioned in this article. Please note that, although prices sometimes fluctuate or expire unexpectedly, all products and deals mentioned in this feature were available at the lowest total price we could find at the time of publication (unless otherwise specified).