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£29.98 London to Nuremberg Return @ Ryanair

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Friday morning May 5 - Monday evening May 8 Read More
Friday morning May 5 - Monday evening May 8
mkrtich Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago3 Comments
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Also cheap flights from Manchester to Nuremberg.. lunchtime flights in May
It'll be a bit of a trial.
Great train museum in Nuremburg... http://www.dbmuseum.de/museum_en/home_en
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Costa Brava, Spain from many UK cities for £15.98 return @ Ryanair.com

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Ryanair has released super-low fares to Barcelona-Girona with departures from Liverpool, Edinburgh, Glasgow PIK, Bristol and Newcastle. Just £15.98 for a round trip (April dates). Read More
Ryanair has released super-low fares to Barcelona-Girona with departures from Liverpool, Edinburgh, Glasgow PIK, Bristol and Newcastle. Just £15.98 for a round trip (April dates).
soundlovers Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago20 Comments
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danflorin3
Newcastle - Costa Brava doesn't exist!!!
Yes it does, just booked it :)


were is the option then...? ...
adamsxi
Girona airport is 100km from Barcelona! Not sure why they can call it Barcelona Girona!
Girona is nicer than Barcelona anyway and definitely handier for the Costa Brava.
adamsxi
Girona airport is 100km from Barcelona! Not sure why they can call it Barcelona Girona!

Probably just to make it easier for people booking to understand without having to refer to a map. I believe that the common budget airlines travel to either Reus or Girona, both are the same distance away from Barcelona and it's roughly an hours drive, which is no different to a lot of resorts with regards to the time it takes to get there from your destination airport.
Girona airport is 100km from Barcelona! Not sure why they can call it Barcelona Girona!
danflorin3
Newcastle - Costa Brava doesn't exist!!!
Yes it does, just booked it :)
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7 nights in Majorca, Spain for just £145.00pp (total £289) including flights, 3* hotel and transfers @ ryanair

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This deal is based on 2 adults flying out to Palma from Glasgow on Tuesday 18th April returning Tuesday 25th April. If you have been enjoying the sun lately why not take advantage of this last minu… Read More
This deal is based on 2 adults flying out to Palma from Glasgow on Tuesday 18th April returning Tuesday 25th April. If you have been enjoying the sun lately why not take advantage of this last minu…
BlueSkies Avatar2w, 1h agoFound 2 weeks, 1 hour ago5 Comments
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Great find - thanks!
Great deal Glasgow and Edinburgh flights are usually the dearest enjoy
Master.G
Your post states that you got the last room at those apartments. Though other accommodation will be available i'm sure.


It's ok I didn't book it :D travel republic have more rooms though for £2 a night more
Your post states that you got the last room at those apartments. Though other accommodation will be available i'm sure.
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£19.98 London to Billund Return @ Ryanair

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Morning Friday Apr 21, 2017 - Evening Monday Apr 24, 2017 Other dates are also available Read More
Morning Friday Apr 21, 2017 - Evening Monday Apr 24, 2017 Other dates are also available
mkrtich Avatar2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago4 Comments
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Sid.Harper
Apart from Lego what else is there?
An airport opened in 1964 and built by the Lego Group - return flight also on a plane built from Lego ;)


What's their safety record like. I'm bricking it...
Sid.Harper
Apart from Lego what else is there?
An airport opened in 1964 and built by the Lego Group - return flight also on a plane built from Lego ;)
Sid.Harper
Apart from Lego what else is there?
Never been there, but there are options to go to other cities via trains in an hour or 2, like Aarhus or Aalborg and even to Copenhagen(but I guess better to travel to Copenhagen directly).
Anyway soon I will find out at the end of April :).
Apart from Lego what else is there?
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£9.98 London to Toulouse Return @ Ryanair

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Friday Apr 21, 2017 - Monday Apr 24, 2017 Read More
Friday Apr 21, 2017 - Monday Apr 24, 2017
mkrtich Avatar3w, 3h agoFound 3 weeks, 3 hours ago4 Comments
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£9.98 awesome! What have you got Toulouse?
HOT HOT! Many days available, including same day returns
Might as well book, I've nothing... Toulouse
Nestle Toulouse
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Ryanair flight Belfast to Berlin Tues 4th £2.98

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Departs 6:55am Tuesday 4th April Read More
Departs 6:55am Tuesday 4th April
vnd3tta Avatar3w, 15h agoFound 3 weeks, 15 hours ago18 Comments
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£84.99 now, expired I'm afraid!
Ryanair are a joke. Arrived 2 hours before our flight back from Berlin to Belfast and queue was so long for check in we missed our flight. We had to pay a fortune to get later flights to Dublin then bus to Belfast and taxi to get car from Aldergrove. Ryanair took no responsibility whatsoever. Won't use them again.
Untouch
Was tempted to book this when I saw it yesterday, such a great price, cheaper than my bus into Belfast every morning!
Still a chance! 4 Seats left at this price!
Calm down, I haven't even taken Manhattan yet.
I'm here for a stag do from Wednesday- come find me haha
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£9.98 East Mids to Bergerac (Southwestern France) @ Ryanair

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Sun 23/04/17 07:00 East Midla EMA 09:45 Bergerac EGC Wed 26/04/17 10:10 Bergerac EGC 10:55 East Midla EMA Read More
Sun 23/04/17 07:00 East Midla EMA 09:45 Bergerac EGC Wed 26/04/17 10:10 Bergerac EGC 10:55 East Midla EMA
neiiilers Avatar3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago7 Comments
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fishmaster
luvsadealdealdeal
fishmaster
luvsadealdealdeal
get the foie gras in & don't listen to the humane animal idiots
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt6667360/
People feel judged before a vegan even opens their mouth's. Guilt and annoyance are very common associations with the vegan movement.
I'm not a vegan. I have met plenty of people that despite their diet are happy and not idiots. You're guilty of judging yourself as you're judging vegans. I don't think people are idiots for being concerned about animal welfare. I also don't think it's wise to generalise. Conscience and empathy are useful tools in social communication between humans, your attempt to explicate the relationship between veganism/animal welfare and being stupid is a very poor one.
Anyway I won't be visiting here as I've seen the TV series in the 80's and there's far too much crime there ;)

it was a quote from your link
luvsadealdealdeal
fishmaster
luvsadealdealdeal
get the foie gras in & don't listen to the humane animal idiots
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt6667360/
People feel judged before a vegan even opens their mouth's. Guilt and annoyance are very common associations with the vegan movement.

I'm not a vegan. I have met plenty of people that despite their diet are happy and not idiots. You're guilty of judging yourself as you're judging vegans. I don't think people are idiots for being concerned about animal welfare. I also don't think it's wise to generalise. Conscience and empathy are useful tools in social communication between humans, your attempt to explicate the relationship between veganism/animal welfare and being stupid is a very poor one.

Anyway I won't be visiting here as I've seen the TV series in the 80's and there's far too much crime there ;)
fishmaster
luvsadealdealdeal
get the foie gras in & don't listen to the humane animal idiots
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt6667360/

People feel judged before a vegan even opens their mouth's. Guilt and annoyance are very common associations with the vegan movement.
luvsadealdealdeal
get the foie gras in & don't listen to the humane animal idiots

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt6667360/
get the foie gras in & don't listen to the humane animal idiots
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£9.98 Manchester to Hamburg Return @ Ryanair

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Mon 24/04/17 06:40 Manchester MAN 09:15 Hamburg HAM Wed 26/04/17 09:40 Hamburg HAM 10:25 Manchester MAN More dates on the website! http://imgur.com/a/FGHJx Read More
Mon 24/04/17 06:40 Manchester MAN 09:15 Hamburg HAM Wed 26/04/17 09:40 Hamburg HAM 10:25 Manchester MAN More dates on the website! http://imgur.com/a/FGHJx
neiiilers Avatar3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago13 Comments
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spottydog
Completely agree. Fly out with Ryanair and then back on the later Eurowings or EasyJet
Why would you fly there? Nobody wants to take you to the airport at 3am...at least the return you can go at 7am
gazdoubleu
Mighty__Mag
Flying to Hamburg and back cheaper than a kebab & cab home X)http://imagehosting24.click/images/157248.png
Or even a hamburger!
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For those of us that works in schools...
Worth a day there just to go to Minatur wonderland!!
last time i was in germany i got beat up by the police...no mas
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Return tickets to Mallorca for just £15.98 @ Ryanair

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Ryanair is offering cheap flights from Liverpool, East Midlands, Newcastle and Glasgow (Prestwick) to Palma. Just £15.98 for a return trip in April. Plenty of dates available :) Read More
Ryanair is offering cheap flights from Liverpool, East Midlands, Newcastle and Glasgow (Prestwick) to Palma. Just £15.98 for a return trip in April. Plenty of dates available :)
soundlovers Avatar3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago36 Comments
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waterloo
foxymeister
https://ibb.co/n4P6fa
Looking goooodddddd !!!
Just back its roasting and i mean roasting, dont believe the forecasts these are always taken in the shade i would say it's 20% hotter than it says just now.
Thank you, we're they've now, been two days now and you're right, it's hot. I've been in the shade today as I got burnt yesterday as I didn't bother with suncream :-(
foxymeister
https://ibb.co/n4P6fa
Looking goooodddddd !!!
Just back its roasting and i mean roasting, dont believe the forecasts these are always taken in the shade i would say it's 20% hotter than it says just now.
https://ibb.co/n4P6fa
Looking goooodddddd !!!
Here now hot yesterday about 70 not a cloud in the sky. This morning bit of cloud thought that was it for the day but now the sun's out happy days.

Edited By: waterloo on Apr 05, 2017 11:01
Skymonkey
Lovely! I love flying BA from there to PMI and I'm flying them for Mykonos in July (and PMI in May). City Airport is the best way to fly - have flown their A318 service to JFK a couple of times, too. Hope you and your daughter have a fab time - the weather is going to be superb! Pack your trunks!
City airport is great it takes me about 25 minutes from southwark or waterloo tube costs about £3 using a oyster card i love it also got a good deal going club class & 4* sol barbados HB. Flown to Ibiza, Faro and PMI from here still waiting for the A318 trip 8) i like the daytime landing when the plane goes over tower bridge then back to city again. Cannot believe the weather is so great this early in the year never known it to be like this.

Edited By: waterloo on Apr 03, 2017 21:56
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Many flights £9.99! 24 hr Ryanair sale to celebrate Brexit (or is it commiserate?) Stansted-Bordeaux £2.99

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24 hr sale get in quick. Mixes with the £2.99 deal but here we have thousands of new routes/ dates added. Let me know what you find. 'Article 50 special 50 routes from £9.99' 'Article 50 specia… Read More
24 hr sale get in quick. Mixes with the £2.99 deal but here we have thousands of new routes/ dates added. Let me know what you find. 'Article 50 special 50 routes from £9.99' 'Article 50 specia…
luvsadealdealdeal Avatar3w, 4d agoFound 3 weeks, 4 days ago25 Comments
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scottydoobuy
Cold it's Ryanair you couldn't pay me to fly with these pirates of the air again

they changed their ways bro
Cold it's Ryanair you couldn't pay me to fly with these pirates of the air again
I was going to book a flight to Brussels, but they keep getting diverted to Strasbourg once a month.
us_agent2012
luvsadealdealdeal
Bristol-Venice £16.99
What's dates for example? Can't find anything under £49.99 each way on that route
7th, 13th, 21st of May.

Edited By: bednim on Mar 30, 2017 17:34
As a student studying in Europe, I'm worried that cheap flights will be a thing of the past post-Brexit. Still, might as well enjoy while I can. 2 weeks at home for Easter (Sofia-STN-Sofia 10/4-23/4) for £18! Bargain! 8)
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Ryanair new flight route Newcastle to Faro return school summer holiday various dates I.e. 4th-16th Aug £100.98

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Just released new flight schedule, copied from twitter, Celebrating our #Newcastle S2017 schedule & 1st flights on new routes to #BarcelonaGirona, #Faro, #Madrid & #Palma Lots of different d… Read More
Just released new flight schedule, copied from twitter, Celebrating our #Newcastle S2017 schedule & 1st flights on new routes to #BarcelonaGirona, #Faro, #Madrid & #Palma Lots of different d…
markozzy Avatar3w, 6d agoFound 3 weeks, 6 days ago4 Comments
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It's in Portugal, not the Faroe Islands
Where-o?
19.99 in may
Fantastic price for August.
Hotel prices will be high though.
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Flights to France and Norway for just £2.99 each way! @ Ryanair

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I can only find a few flights on very few days but I'm sure someone will make the most of them. There are a few dates all from London Stansted to the following destinations for just £2.99 one way Read More
I can only find a few flights on very few days but I'm sure someone will make the most of them. There are a few dates all from London Stansted to the following destinations for just £2.99 one way
BlueSkies Avatar3w, 6d agoFound 3 weeks, 6 days ago67 Comments
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3 quid is cheap, can't even buy a chocolate bar in Norway for that ;)
Biggunspaul
At these prices it makes you wonder why people hide in the back of lorries
More legroom.
Great prices to Norway. Be aware though that Norway is quite pricey, especially if you want an alcoholic drink or two. Expect to pay £6 to £7 just for a pint of lager, or more if it is in a hotel!
Flying to Norway you arrive about 2 hours from Oslo, the airport-Oslo shuttle is around £90 return (cheapest way to get to Oslo).
donslibi
Biggunspaul
At these prices it makes you wonder why people hide in the back of lorries

Because they don't have a passport and visa


no pulling the wool over your eyes, is there?
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Ibiza from Bristol for just £10.00 return @ Ryanair.com

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Sample dates for £10 return: 3 - 5 April 19 - 16 April Flights from London Stansted, Leeds, Glasgow Prestwick and East Midlands are available for £19.98 return (this April). Read More
Sample dates for £10 return: 3 - 5 April 19 - 16 April Flights from London Stansted, Leeds, Glasgow Prestwick and East Midlands are available for £19.98 return (this April).
soundlovers Avatar1m, 1d agoFound 1 month, 1 day ago8 Comments
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And pay another £100 for hold luggage...
Genius_Discounts
is this place any good? I hear it's just another Magaluf.


How can you compare a whole island with one town. Ibiza is as good for families as it is for hen parties and stag do's. Just do your homework and make sure you go to the relevant resorts! :{
Genius_Discounts
is this place any good? I hear it's just another Magaluf.
Not all of Ibiza. San Miguel is a small resort family orientated

Edited By: lincslass30 on Mar 23, 2017 20:29
is this place any good? I hear it's just another Magaluf.
Thanks for posting OP.
There are some amazing deals at the moment , even when they are making the return journey more expensive. Just wondering how cheep is it to stay over their? Most deals I've seen on here recently end up being a 3 or an 8 day stay.
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Flights to Europe - £5.00 (one way) - Ryanair

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It's actually my partners birthday this weekend, and I think this would make a great gift for her. I'll obviously let her choose the destination, with her £5 budget. This sale ends at 6pm toni Read More
It's actually my partners birthday this weekend, and I think this would make a great gift for her. I'll obviously let her choose the destination, with her £5 budget. This sale ends at 6pm toni
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CampGareth
barbiegirl
CampGareth
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joyf4536
How can you fly to Europe if you are already in Europe? (Unless Newcastle is now in Asia)
Great deals though, heat added.
We're not in Europe. We're an island of the north west of Europe. Soon, thankfully, we won't be part of the collapsing 27 nations (well, save for Germany) called European Union either.
Given that the state of the world before the EU's predecessors (that eventually evolved into it) was world war 2, forgive me if I'm not thrilled to see the demise of the EU.
You're forgiven for not being thrilled. Also you're forgiven for thinking that federal government by Brussels has somehow brought peace to Europe. Apart from the Balkans. Apart from Ukraine (still part of the European continent). Apart from the 'war of terror' that's affecting France, Belgium, Germany and the UK. Totally forgiven.
Ah but the cries aren't for a replacement to the EU, they're simply to scrap it. As for what comes afterwards, hopefully it's peaceful relations with everyone everywhere but this still feels like a step backwards from the star trek world where every nation on earth is united (admittedly only when we realise someone's watching us wage stupid wars and we feel embarrassed).

Personally, the issue for me was one of scope creep. I was quite happy that we voted to join a common market. Over the last 35-40 years that has turned into Federal Government. Not the same thing. That's aside from any discussions about the fiscal inefficiencies of the EU, the gravy train pensions, the millions spent shuffling the EU parliament from Brussels to Strasbourg and back every six months. I guess you know that list could go on and on. The EU is bankrupt. They're killing Greece. Italy is screwed because of the Euro, and Spain, Portugal and France aren't much better. The Germans continue to cling to the ideal of a common currency. I can only thank God we didn't join that particularly stupid bit of group think.
barbiegirl
CampGareth
barbiegirl
joyf4536
How can you fly to Europe if you are already in Europe? (Unless Newcastle is now in Asia)
Great deals though, heat added.
We're not in Europe. We're an island of the north west of Europe. Soon, thankfully, we won't be part of the collapsing 27 nations (well, save for Germany) called European Union either.
Given that the state of the world before the EU's predecessors (that eventually evolved into it) was world war 2, forgive me if I'm not thrilled to see the demise of the EU.
You're forgiven for not being thrilled. Also you're forgiven for thinking that federal government by Brussels has somehow brought peace to Europe. Apart from the Balkans. Apart from Ukraine (still part of the European continent). Apart from the 'war of terror' that's affecting France, Belgium, Germany and the UK. Totally forgiven.

Ah but the cries aren't for a replacement to the EU, they're simply to scrap it. As for what comes afterwards, hopefully it's peaceful relations with everyone everywhere but this still feels like a step backwards from the star trek world where every nation on earth is united (admittedly only when we realise someone's watching us wage stupid wars and we feel embarrassed).
kamenitzabrit
olivermills6
kamenitzabrit
Depending where you live, this may not be of much use. For example the only flights from Birmingham are to Sofia in Bulgaria, which isn't too bad as quite a few Brits and masses of Bulgarians living in that area can take advantage of that one.
Turn to Glasgow and you've got Brussels (yippee), Stansted, Derry (in time to celebrate the demise of a man named similar to their national drink), and wait for it, the fantastic destination we all want to go to........ Palanga in Lithuania.
Oh well, can always wait for the next load of offers.
I visited Lithuania last year. Lovely country, more than worth a fiver!
So you visited Lithuania...... every single part of the country presumably ? Perhaps a bit like people who say they've been to Spain and what a lovely country it is when they stayed in Benidorm only.
Palanga is on the coast and a fair distance from Kaunas and Vilnius, so perhaps Palanga flights are only suitable for those wishing to go to the resort................ with very little information to go on, it's hard to know exactly how exciting Palanga is, or how it compares to the rest of Lithuania.
I posted a bit of a light-hearted comment about lack of choice from some airports and one-line specialists decided to judge without explanation.......... typical of this site the past couple of years sadly.
Interestingly, there are several posters whose names I don't see any more, despite being several times a night posters a few years ago - comments, deals and so on.......... this site has changed.
Nope not every inch of Lithuania of course, but you made it sound like you don't like the option because it's in Lithuania. Anyway, I don't understand your main criticism. All deals are dependent on one's personal requirements.
CampGareth
barbiegirl
joyf4536
How can you fly to Europe if you are already in Europe? (Unless Newcastle is now in Asia)
Great deals though, heat added.
We're not in Europe. We're an island of the north west of Europe. Soon, thankfully, we won't be part of the collapsing 27 nations (well, save for Germany) called European Union either.
Given that the state of the world before the EU's predecessors (that eventually evolved into it) was world war 2, forgive me if I'm not thrilled to see the demise of the EU.

You're forgiven for not being thrilled. Also you're forgiven for thinking that federal government by Brussels has somehow brought peace to Europe. Apart from the Balkans. Apart from Ukraine (still part of the European continent). Apart from the 'war of terror' that's affecting France, Belgium, Germany and the UK. Totally forgiven.
barbiegirl
joyf4536
How can you fly to Europe if you are already in Europe? (Unless Newcastle is now in Asia)
Great deals though, heat added.
We're not in Europe. We're an island of the north west of Europe. Soon, thankfully, we won't be part of the collapsing 27 nations (well, save for Germany) called European Union either.
Given that the state of the world before the EU's predecessors (that eventually evolved into it) was world war 2, forgive me if I'm not thrilled to see the demise of the EU.
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Flights from London to France £4.99 one way @ Ryanair (Bordeaux, Brive, Marseille, Strasbourg, Toulouse)

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I was able to find those dates if you're interested, each only £4.99. Bordeaux France in May - 16, 17 £ 4.99 Brive France in March - 29 in May - 6, 13, 17, 20 £ 4.99 Marseille France in… Read More
I was able to find those dates if you're interested, each only £4.99. Bordeaux France in May - 16, 17 £ 4.99 Brive France in March - 29 in May - 6, 13, 17, 20 £ 4.99 Marseille France in…
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What can you do in France?
Aquaslim
AnnaMak
Brexit flights one way? oO
So why not to Warsaw, Gdansk, Wroclaw or Dublin?

it was a joke lol
AnnaMak
Brexit flights one way? oO

So why not to Warsaw, Gdansk, Wroclaw or Dublin? :)


Edited By: Aquaslim on Mar 19, 2017 17:51: correction
mr_trumpet
Alternatively, nip over to Syria, then simply walk up to France & you get a free house.

These Trump fans are like parasites.
Alternatively, nip over to Syria, then simply walk up to France & you get a free house.
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Ryanair - 200000 seats up to 20% to france

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Ryanair offers discount up to 20% for trips to France between april and june! Hurry up and book your tickets by midnight on Sunday 19th of March to take advantage of the offer! Read More
Ryanair offers discount up to 20% for trips to France between april and june! Hurry up and book your tickets by midnight on Sunday 19th of March to take advantage of the offer!
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Flights from London Stansted to Ibiza for only £19.98 return this May @ Ryanair.com

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Return flights with Ryanair from London Stansted to sunny Ibiza for only £19.98. Many dates throughout May to choose from. Book your flights directly at Ryanair.com. The fare includes two pieces of… Read More
Return flights with Ryanair from London Stansted to sunny Ibiza for only £19.98. Many dates throughout May to choose from. Book your flights directly at Ryanair.com. The fare includes two pieces of…
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Haha took a pill in Ibiza! Just like that song which was number 1 for a hit. Haha great reference!
jpoolfitz
Did avicci think you was cool?


I think Mandy (and Avicii ;) ) knows what kind of pill it was.


ohh... I used to love it!
Did avicci think you was cool?
Dragon32
coventgamer
I took a pill in ibiza


Must have been a bad headache. ;)


Mandy not paracetamol
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May flights to Venice from Leeds, London, Bristol and East Midlands from just £29.98 return @ Ryanair.com

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Leeds Bradford - Venice Treviso / £29.98 return London Stansted - Venice Treviso / £33.98 return East Midlands - Venice Treviso / £33.98 return Bristol - Venice Marco Polo / £33.98 return Read More
Leeds Bradford - Venice Treviso / £29.98 return London Stansted - Venice Treviso / £33.98 return East Midlands - Venice Treviso / £33.98 return Bristol - Venice Marco Polo / £33.98 return
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Mentos
ryansonic
Mikiex
ryansonic
be aware Venice Treviso is 1 hour away by train from actual Venice. Venice Marco Polo is the one to get to, water taxi 15/20mins from there across the water to Venice. Highly recommended to feel like James Bond arriving by boat with the Mrs ;-)
Yeah but Bristol Airport is 3hrs away from most of the other airports.... so fine if you live in Bristol...
Treviso is 40mins on a coach....
oh sorry I should have clarified, Marco Polo I meant was the airport to get to if you're visiting Venice. Didn't mean relating to this deal visit Bristol instead.
As Mentos said I agree with, having been there last year going into Marco Polo and using the Water Taxi was so good. Although I didn't pay 200 Euros return, it cost me 59 Euros each way private transfer. Honestly if you want to impress whoever it is you're going with, going via private water taxi was awesome. Arriving in style.
The official water taxi booking site is http://www.venicelink.com/en/products/watertaxi
Where did you select pickup from? They seem to add €40 if the "from" is Airport M.Polo.
you are absolutely right. when I went back on that link and it said 59 I thought that sounds cheaper but must have been what I paid....but no having double check and more awake it was indeed 99 each way. But was so worth it as you know, nice hot day August last year full pelt on a speedboat into venice. Was an amazing time, definitely going back again soon.

Thanks for coming back and clarifying. Saved me some head scratching trying to figure out how to get it for €59 Euros :)

Just booked our return trip. You get €4 off if you book return lol. Anyway worked out €194 return, Marco Polo to Venice Main islands (Lido and others are extra €20 each way).

Point to note is for private Taxis the price is the same for 1-4 people or 5-8 people on Venice Link. Kids under 6 are free, but you should email them to let them know if a child would technically take you over the occupancy band. Its worth selecting the max number of passengers for your band (i.e. 4 or 8 ). That way if its convenient you could possibly split the Taxi locally (i.e. if theres someone on your flight going to the same Hotel, or at your Hotel leaving on same flight). I didn't want to do their own shared Taxi as it can mean a wait while other passengers arrive and more importantly you're return pickup is per their schedule (so could be earlier then you need). But in principle I don't mind sharing with two other people.

Edited By: Mentos on Mar 21, 2017 09:47
My daughter lived in Venice for a year last year. It was fantastic. I went in October, March and then in June. Would never ever go back in June!!!! Too many people .
Ryanair is ok. I went from Leeds twice and Edinburgh. Leeds to Treviso was fine. 45 mins or so to the main square. My daughter lived on the Lido so water bus took another 30 minutes . Beautiful place.. Not expensive if you know where to go which my daughter did, otherwise I'm afraid you'll just have to follow the locals etc for when looking for somewhere to eat. She was at the university there. I paid £60 return from Leeds (no bag) just carry on bag. Then £145 from Edingburgh with one bag.
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be aware Venice Treviso is 1 hour away by train from actual Venice. Venice Marco Polo is the one to get to, water taxi 15/20mins from there across the water to Venice. Highly recommended to feel like James Bond arriving by boat with the Mrs ;-)
Yeah but Bristol Airport is 3hrs away from most of the other airports.... so fine if you live in Bristol...
Treviso is 40mins on a coach....
oh sorry I should have clarified, Marco Polo I meant was the airport to get to if you're visiting Venice. Didn't mean relating to this deal visit Bristol instead.
As Mentos said I agree with, having been there last year going into Marco Polo and using the Water Taxi was so good. Although I didn't pay 200 Euros return, it cost me 59 Euros each way private transfer. Honestly if you want to impress whoever it is you're going with, going via private water taxi was awesome. Arriving in style.
The official water taxi booking site is http://www.venicelink.com/en/products/watertaxi
Where did you select pickup from? They seem to add €40 if the "from" is Airport M.Polo.

you are absolutely right. when I went back on that link and it said 59 I thought that sounds cheaper but must have been what I paid....but no having double check and more awake it was indeed 99 each way. But was so worth it as you know, nice hot day August last year full pelt on a speedboat into venice. Was an amazing time, definitely going back again soon.
Marco Polo airport serves Venezia and apart from the Bristol flight none of Ryanairs flights will be landing there they land at treviso at least 45
Minutes away from Venezia.

Edited By: welsh.hammer on Mar 12, 2017 13:59
I go every year. I get the bus from Marco Polo airport to the train station for a couple of quid. 20 minutes and you are there.
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I had the displeasure of using them once about 5 years a go.
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It's obviously a good price but nothing will ever get me on a Ryanair flight again. Nothing.
Not even a £5 Heineken or £3 twix?? How about an £8 croque monsieur? Plus don't forget the scratch cards!!
Or the phone cards that can give me 40 Euro worth of calls for just 10 Euro.
Oh the phone cards. Jesus Christ, I can still hear that damn recording in my head now and I haven't been on a Ryanair flight since 2014. On a slightly related note, is it just me who finds the Irish trait of not pluralising the word Euro to be slightly irritating? X)
No more than the Enlglish habit of not pluralising pound. Or pahnd in Sarf London

I can guarantee 100% that I have never done that. X)
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It's obviously a good price but nothing will ever get me on a Ryanair flight again. Nothing.
Not even a £5 Heineken or £3 twix?? How about an £8 croque monsieur? Plus don't forget the scratch cards!!
Or the phone cards that can give me 40 Euro worth of calls for just 10 Euro.
Oh the phone cards. Jesus Christ, I can still hear that damn recording in my head now and I haven't been on a Ryanair flight since 2014. On a slightly related note, is it just me who finds the Irish trait of not pluralising the word Euro to be slightly irritating? X)
No more than the Enlglish habit of not pluralising pound. Or pahnd in Sarf London
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RyanairFirst established in 1984, the first Ryanair flight took place the following year. It was a 15-seater Embraer turboprop plane between Waterford, Ireland, and London's Gatwick Airport. At first, the company was rapidly losing money, and in 1994 the, now infamous, Michael O'Leary, was brought as Ryanair's CEO in to turn things around. O'Leary quickly realised that the best way to attain profitability was in the "no frills" approach, meaning low fares, fast turn-around times and no Business Class.

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