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short holiday from Glasgow to Florence in march

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its my birthday on 17th march and my partner wants to go to Florence. I can't seem to find anything that cheap flights alone are almost £500 pp. anyone know of any cheap holiday packages that time of …
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2y, 2m agoPosted 2 years, 2 months ago
its my birthday on 17th march and my partner wants to go to Florence. I can't seem to find anything that cheap flights alone are almost £500 pp. anyone know of any cheap holiday packages that time of year...

its for myself, my partner, our 2yo daughter and my mother in law.

thanks for any help

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2y, 2m agoPosted 2 years, 2 months ago
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#1
don't know about prices, but Florence is a lovely place to visit :)
#2
Megabus. :D
#3
http://www.skyscanner.net/transport/flights/glas/flr/cheap-flights-from-glasgow-to-florence.html?oym=1503&iym=1503&rtn=1

Might have to go a week before bday to get cheaper.... 4th to 7th for example is £146 per adult
#4
If its for your birthday why is it your partners choice of place and why are YOU having to organise it, just curious!
#5
therealslimkaty
If its for your birthday why is it your partners choice of place and why are YOU having to organise it, just curious!

and with mother in law.
#6
Easy breaks used to do breaks to Flrence at a reasonable price. Try them. Florence is amazing.
#7
thanks
#8
therealslimkaty
If its for your birthday why is it your partners choice of place and why are YOU having to organise it, just curious!

its not his choice he's just been there before and knows I love art and history etc and Italian food so feels it would be the best place to go, if it booked it we'd spent a fortune. plus would forget all child related stuff etc lol i'd rather do it myself and cover everything
#9
joesmum
therealslimkaty
If its for your birthday why is it your partners choice of place and why are YOU having to organise it, just curious!
and with mother in law.


mother in law is baby sitter :P
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lynne192
therealslimkaty
If its for your birthday why is it your partners choice of place and why are YOU having to organise it, just curious!
its not his choice he's just been there before and knows I love art and history etc and Italian food so feels it would be the best place to go, if it booked it we'd spent a fortune. plus would forget all child related stuff etc lol i'd rather do it myself and cover everything
Yes can totally understand that. Hope you find something nice.
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therealslimkaty
lynne192
therealslimkaty
If its for your birthday why is it your partners choice of place and why are YOU having to organise it, just curious!
its not his choice he's just been there before and knows I love art and history etc and Italian food so feels it would be the best place to go, if it booked it we'd spent a fortune. plus would forget all child related stuff etc lol i'd rather do it myself and cover everything
Yes can totally understand that. Hope you find something nice.


thanks seems very expensive for long weekend mother in law says we should go to travel agents

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