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Sunday night Stays at Village Hotels for two - Includes stay in double/twinroom + 2 course meal worth £20pp and glass of prosecco each for £45.00 via Travelzoo

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Good price, also valid on Thurs & Friday night for £60 per couple Use code TACD via TZ link Village Hotels has just launched a brand-new autumn sale, with rooms from £45 per night. Choose from a…
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Awful website. Anyone know if these places have air-con. Putting Dyson fans in the rooms suggests they don't!
Village hotels do similar deal direct - spend over £40 on a meal (inc drink) and you can stay on a Sunday for £10.
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Annoying site that requires sign up (and probably a lifetime of spam) :-(

That's why I have a "spam" email address for junk
How can we see which location has these prices?
Bargain price again, just booked Sunday end October as most places £60+ just for accommodation.
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14 nights around Europe, Krakow, Warsaw, Milan and Budapest for just £298.67pp including flights and hotels @ expedia

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This is a perfect trip for anyone who wants to see some beautiful European cities and people who like a busy holiday, like myself!! This deal is based on 2 people flying out to Kraków from London S…
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Just from personal experience and no disrespect to the OP. I find these types of vacations very restrictive and also Warsaw is quite a dull city (apart from their parks), seeing it was completely rebuilt after the war. We also did the train ride from Krakow to Warsaw and it's an 'interesting' experience to say the least.

I'm doing this route in a few weeks. Why interesting? Feeling slightly nervous lol, although we're going by bus.

@BlueSkies, yeah, Cinque Terre is beautiful. Don't know about staying a week there but for a day trip it's absolutely stunning, especially if the weather plays ball. People couldn't believe the place existed when showing photos of where we went (Riomaggiore). Agree about the packing although we normally take a suitcase as we run out of clothes and enjoy buying local wines/spirits and lots of bits and pieces to 'decorate' the house lol.

For anyone else doing or thinking about a Polish trip, the buses are extremely cheap and they're decent coaches so it does make for an inexpensive trip if you're on a budget and it will certainly be fun and full of culture. Warsaw to Krakow about £5, Gdansk to Warsaw £4 for instance. You can cross the entire country for less than £15 with a couple of stops in some very nice cities....Gdansk > Warsaw > Krakow etc.


Oh no couldn't do Cinque Terre for a week, we were there 2 days and that was plenty, especially in the winter, was gorgeous though because we got the weather!
I think I'll be doing a polish trip in the future not been in Poland for a few years now, would like to do some exploring!
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Excellent work. Hot. Thanks. But...

What does "some of the most European cities" mean?


Good question X) I'll have to look into that :|
Excellent work. Hot. Thanks. But...

What does "some of the most European cities" mean?
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Just from personal experience and no disrespect to the OP. I find these types of vacations very restrictive and also Warsaw is quite a dull city (apart from their parks), seeing it was completely rebuilt after the war. We also did the train ride from Krakow to Warsaw and it's an 'interesting' experience to say the least.
agree about Warsaw

we got taken out to the 'best' restaurant in the older part of town by our business colleagues

they proudly ordered the best menu items for us (we asked them to!) & pride of place was a very muddy tasting carp! it was disgusting!

Dzik Malina is my favourite place, so cheap, good service, good traditional food.
I recommend using Let's Rock Hostel in Krakow, they're pretty decent and were re-painting last time I was there, and right in the centre of town by the wawel. Use Downtown Hostel in Warsaw, it's centre of the city on Wilcza, everything is pretty much walkable and good food places everywhere.

In Warsaw, use the Modlin bus to the city, it's about 50pln for an open return bus ticket and it drops you by the big Russian palace that's now basically a theatre. Also, go to drink in a bar called Piwa Pawa, loads of choice, good prices. I've been pretty drunk in there every time I go.
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Hotel Frixos & Apartments in Malia, Greece, 7 nights including B&B, flights, transfers etc for £148pp (based on 2 people) @ Thomson £296.00

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Cheap holiday for two people, good reviews (4/5 on 150+ reviews) Click get deal, click on deals banner, then scroll down and choose last minute deals departing in next 4 weeks Located at the top…
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They never cater for single person. Always a total rip off in proportion
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Nice price nice deal
Check First Choice out for last minute all inclusive deals.... Lots for Turkey!
We are going to Majorca next week all inclusive for £270pp
October has some great bargains!
Majorca 270pp for all insclusive! Where can i find a deal like that.

Just use it as a base and head towards Stalis...
"It’s the friendly atmosphere that draws guests back to the Hotel Frixos & Apartments year after year. "
We stayed here in 2007 for a boys holiday. The first memory that comes to mind is of the hotel security guard beating a lad with his torch because he drove down to the hotel on his noisy quad bike late at night. Hot!

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nigelbutler
Nice price nice deal
Check First Choice out for last minute all inclusive deals.... Lots for Turkey!
We are going to Majorca next week all inclusive for £270pp
October has some great bargains!
Majorca 270pp for all insclusive! Where can i find a deal like that.

First Choice!
http://www.firstchoice.co.uk/holiday/deals/last-minute-holidays?vlid=fcp130



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nigelbutler
Nice price nice deal
Check First Choice out for last minute all inclusive deals.... Lots for Turkey!
We are going to Majorca next week all inclusive for £270pp
October has some great bargains!
Majorca 270pp for all insclusive! Where can i find a deal like that.
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12% cashback on Expedia hotel bookings with earnaway

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Earn 12% cashback on all of your hotel bookings at Expedia. Simply click on the button to visit the Expedia site, which sets the tracking, then search for your ideal hotel and complete your booking as…
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From Belfast: September City break in Berlin with central hotel & flights £86.73pp at Venere £173.46

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Here is a lovely little city break to Berlin using some good value flights from Belfast. It's in the middle of September so hopefully there will still be one good weather before Autumn/Winter which al…
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Great shout, thanks.
From Belfast to Berlin and every disco I get in, my heart is pumping with love
dogsballs
the circus hostel is a good bet for accommodation https://www.circus-berlin.de

I did see this one, but only the hostel is available and for a private room with balcony it is €100 a night which seemed a bit expensive for a hostel.
the circus hostel is a good bet for accommodation

https://www.circus-berlin.de

Edited By: dogsballs on Aug 30, 2016 14:43
Great work again!
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From Glasgow: 2 Weeks in Fuerteventura - Flights, Hotel & Transfers £177.52pp @ Alpharooms £355.04

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Another bargain break for some winter sun and it's from Glasgow to Fuerteventura and for those on a budget it's less than £200pp. Dates are 7th to 21st December. At this price you only get hand lug…
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Excellent post, have some heat.great deal.
mariolj
love fuerteventura <3 use code LC30 to get 30% off on hoppa transfers (thanks Jerry-Co)
If you're going to Caleta don't waste your time or money on a coach transfer, simply get a taxi from the airport to the resort for about €13

Edited By: paulandpam1 on Aug 29, 2016 22:35
wow, wish Newquay or even Exeter flights had this sort of deal
mariolj
love fuerteventura <3 use code LC30 to get 30% off on hoppa transfers (thanks Jerry-Co)
So do i but calete de fuste is the most boring place i have been to abroad,
usually dry, warm (24-26°) and sunny on beginning of December. see temperature well above 20°Celsius. water in pools can be significantly colder.
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free £5 starbucks or amazon.co.uk gift card with hotel bookings including £35.00 rooms @ travelodge via giftcloud

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free £5 starbucks or amazon.co.uk gift card with hotel bookings including £35 rooms at travelodge via giftcloud t&cs Receive a £5 Starbucks or Amazon.co.uk Gift Card with Travelodge Bookings, i…
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heat from me anyway
lolz sorry folks to get u so worried comment got sent to the wrong deal i was posting to....
Asam22
May as well take the 15% voucher off and spend the money on an ice cream in this weather ......
15% voucher off?
no comments??

is this legit?
May as well take the 15% voucher off and spend the money on an ice cream in this weather ......
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From Liverpool: 7 Nights in Gran Canaria inc flights, hotel & transfers £169.24pp at Ebookers £338.49

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This is one for us all in the North West - leaving from Liverpool, a great price for a regional airport. The dates are from 10th-17th December, so some nice winter sun. I've picked a great hotel,
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Anyone help me with the discount code please for ebookers Tia
It was HOT0816 but it expired on 28/08!!

It's an extra £10 now but book on Venere using code here

This is now the cheapest for this hotel at £233.07.

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supremeplayer
Anyone help me with the discount code please for ebookers Tia

It was HOT0816 but it expired on 28/08!!
Anyone help me with the discount code please for ebookers Tia
iv always gone Canaries in December as its cheaper and yet iv always come home with a tan. out of years been it's only rained twice. heat from me.
Sun is not guaranteed here in Dec , some days it's raining and temps drop to 15 . Still a good deal though so voted hot . Our preference is the Caribbean over Xmas and new year where temps are 25-30 , but you do get the odd shower . But this is about £3000 cheaper !!!!!
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The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (Blu-ray Steelbook) £2.76 @ Music Magpie (with code)

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Use code BANK20 for 20% off. Not a bad price for a steelbook of a decent film. John Madden directs this British comedy drama starring Judi Dench, Bill Nighy, Dev Patel, Tom Wilkinson and Maggie Sm…
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This is a super low price for a steelbook! It's currently £24.99 on Zavvi, heat added. :)
Good film :)
Looks like a Metalpak to me, hate the film but heat for the price.
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Fifty euro discount on combined flight and hotel bookings

Instructions:E.g. Luton to Vilnius, 4 nights in hotel 140 Euros per person after discount.  
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From London: 2 Nights/3 Days Prague City Centre Hotel Break £73.75pp @ Expedia £147.51

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Prague is a lovely city for a cheap break, with fantastic reasonably priced hotels and cheap food and drink, it's one of my favourite city breaks. This is a great value 2 night/3 day deal for under £7…
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Brilliant, glad you got there in the end. Hope you enjoy the break.
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That's exactly right Gillfreebie. If you get your flight first and then find a hotel that's pretty much it. There are a range of resources that will help you get from the airport to the city.
Here are a couple of good starting points that may help you:hereAnd here
Thank you so much. That's really helpful. Very out of my comfort zone here!! Going to try and book it now...
Do you have a rough idea of cost of transfers ? Also will there be any other add ons you know of? My friends on a very tight budget!
The prices are all on those links, you'll need to do some reading and decide on what your friend wants as they are all different prices, for example a taxi will be far more expensive than public transport.
Once you've got your flight, hotel and transfers (whichever you choose), that's pretty much it. Of course, food, drink, etc will all be extra but then you can spend as little or as much as you want and Prague is very reasonable for food, drink.
Make sure your luggage meets the airline requirements for hand luggage so you don't get stung on excess luggage or size requirements, and then that's pretty much it.
Again, thank you!
I have flights booked now but can't find hotel on Expedia!!!
Do you have a link?

The prices have gone up a bit, but if you book on Ebookers you can get a better deal.

here

Make sure you enter the code at checkout where it asks you if you have a voucher and enter the code for 15% off found in the voucher section of hotukdeals here


What a star you've been....thank you so much for all your help and patience!!!

All booked now. Can't wait....!!
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That's exactly right Gillfreebie. If you get your flight first and then find a hotel that's pretty much it. There are a range of resources that will help you get from the airport to the city.
Here are a couple of good starting points that may help you:hereAnd here
Thank you so much. That's really helpful. Very out of my comfort zone here!! Going to try and book it now...
Do you have a rough idea of cost of transfers ? Also will there be any other add ons you know of? My friends on a very tight budget!
The prices are all on those links, you'll need to do some reading and decide on what your friend wants as they are all different prices, for example a taxi will be far more expensive than public transport.
Once you've got your flight, hotel and transfers (whichever you choose), that's pretty much it. Of course, food, drink, etc will all be extra but then you can spend as little or as much as you want and Prague is very reasonable for food, drink.
Make sure your luggage meets the airline requirements for hand luggage so you don't get stung on excess luggage or size requirements, and then that's pretty much it.
Again, thank you!
I have flights booked now but can't find hotel on Expedia!!!
Do you have a link?

The prices have gone up a bit, but if you book on Ebookers you can get a better deal.

here

Make sure you enter the code at checkout where it asks you if you have a voucher and enter the code for 15% off found in the voucher section of hotukdeals here

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rachelandgromit
GILLFREEBIE
rachelandgromit
That's exactly right Gillfreebie. If you get your flight first and then find a hotel that's pretty much it. There are a range of resources that will help you get from the airport to the city.
Here are a couple of good starting points that may help you:hereAnd here
Thank you so much. That's really helpful. Very out of my comfort zone here!! Going to try and book it now...
Do you have a rough idea of cost of transfers ? Also will there be any other add ons you know of? My friends on a very tight budget!

The prices are all on those links, you'll need to do some reading and decide on what your friend wants as they are all different prices, for example a taxi will be far more expensive than public transport.

Once you've got your flight, hotel and transfers (whichever you choose), that's pretty much it. Of course, food, drink, etc will all be extra but then you can spend as little or as much as you want and Prague is very reasonable for food, drink.

Make sure your luggage meets the airline requirements for hand luggage so you don't get stung on excess luggage or size requirements, and then that's pretty much it.


Again, thank you!

I have flights booked now but can't find hotel on Expedia!!!

Do you have a link?
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10% off hotel discount code @ Amoma.com

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10% of hotels at Expedia

Instructions:Qualifying bookings: This voucher code discount applies only to pre-pay stand-alone hotel bookings (not a hotel booking in combination with any other product such as flight + hotel or flight + hotel + car) made online at www.expedia.co.uk (subject to the restrictions set out in the terms and condi
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This voucher code discount applies only to pre-pay stand-alone hotel bookings (not a hotel booking in combination with any other product such as flight + hotel or flight + hotel + car) made online at http://www.expedia.co.uk (subject to the restrictions set out in the terms and conditions below).

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During the booking process, on the payment page you will see the link ”Enter voucher code” where the voucher code needs to be entered;
Enter the voucher code in the relevant field, then click the “Apply Voucher” link. If your booking is eligible, the applicable discount will be subtracted from the price of the travel reservation before the application of any taxes, applicable fees or additional costs.
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Picturesque Italian escape for £91.00pp - incl. flights, 2nts hotel w. hot-tub, breakfast & connections @ Holiday Pirates.

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At the 3* Locanda Poggioleone, offering an out-door pool and hot-tub with panoramic views of Umbria, situated in the very heart of Italy close to pretty Lake Trasimeno.
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Hot-tub :)

Wife will empty that when she plops in :D


Lucky you


​I think he meant the pool :D
When I went to Sienna our hotel out door pool was not open at the end of May so I suspect that the pool will not be open in October and website is silent on the matter.
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Is it going to be sunny and warm in October?
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Hot-tub :)

Wife will empty that when she plops in :D


Lucky you
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Various Offers for Chessington World Of Adventures ie Day Tickets for £23 / Overnight Hotel Stay + Tickets to Theme Park + Zoo + Sea Life Centre + £10 Cashback for 2 Adults + 2 Kids (3-12) from £134 + more

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Chessington World of Adventures have quite a few offers on at the mo, so thought it might help to share some of them. They have a current promo for a ltd time of Entrance Tickets to Theme Park + Zoo
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I cant find this deal? Help pls
Great spot - thank you!
Almost at corporate discount prices. Good deal.
Just booked 2 days and an overnight stay for two adults and 2 kids for £200 - Sunday and the Monday bank holiday this weekend so a nice little break away. Thanks OP
Nice offer, stayed in the Chessington Hotel a couple of weeks back. I thoroughly recommend Chessington, had a great time. Much prefer it to Thorpe/Alton Towers.
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From London: 10 nights in Japan, inc central, good rated hotels & rail pass £993.52pp @ hotels.com

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I've just been planning my own trip to Japan and thought I'd put together a similar deal. I've chosen some good rated hotels that are near stations and also included a 7 day rail pass for Japan so the…
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Any ideas when these kind of flights would be up for a late June journey? Currently the best prices I am finding is around £650 with one stop. Over £1,000 direct but very happy with the way these flights worked.

I would say it's too early yet to get decent prices. I'd hold off until at least December/January.


Thanks! Your deals are far too tempting
us_agent2012
Any ideas when these kind of flights would be up for a late June journey? Currently the best prices I am finding is around £650 with one stop. Over £1,000 direct but very happy with the way these flights worked.

I would say it's too early yet to get decent prices. I'd hold off until at least December/January.
Any ideas when these kind of flights would be up for a late June journey? Currently the best prices I am finding is around £650 with one stop. Over £1,000 direct but very happy with the way these flights worked.
For my two week trip (flying into Kyoto and out of Tokyo) I've found that I only need the JR Kansai Hiroshima Area Pass to cover our time in Kyoto with side trips to Kobe, Osaka, Kinosaki, Himeji then down to Hiroshima/ferry to Miyajima. I'll buy a seperate ticket from Hiroshima to Kanazawa and then for the alps I'm purchasing bus trips with the Nohi buses as the rail passes don't cover some of this area (my route is Kanazawa, Shirakawago, Takayama, Kamikochi and Kawaguchiko). I'll then get a bus from Kawaguchiko to Tokyo (Shinjunku).

As others have said, don't just presume you need a week or two week rail pass, particularly if you are flying into one airport and out of another. There are many exclusions on fastest trains and you may find they don't cover exactly your route.

I've been learning Japanese, so far my phrases are:
Hello
Gin & Tonic
Yes
Thank you
No
We lost

(not necessarily in that order)!
Peach and Jetstar are still cheaper.
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Drayton Manor Deal of the Day 2 Adults + 2 Kids (4-12) Drayton Manor Hotel Family Room, plus Breakfast and entry to theme park £158.40

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We just got back from a day out there and I was not overly impressed TBH with the park (we did not use the hotel) lots of queues, but this does seem reasonable as the cheapest family ticket if you boo…
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We went last year with my then 3,1 and 10 month old. I couldn't book a room to accommodate us all as maximum occupancy is 4 even though 2 were babies.
This is pretty cheap, just looked and I could get a family room with play for £150 which is great but I don't want the problems I had last time. We now have a 4,2,1 and 10 week old so we might not be able to fudge it with rooms and max occupancy.

I would do 1 room and take travel cots and just send your husband down for breakfast with your 4 year old and 2 year old and bring some back for you...you don't need a ticket for under 3 so just don't all go to check in and just go the room once you got the key

Edited By: Aeschylus on Aug 23, 2016 00:28
We went last year with my then 3,1 and 10 month old. I couldn't book a room to accommodate us all as maximum occupancy is 4 even though 2 were babies.

This is pretty cheap, just looked and I could get a family room with play for £150 which is great but I don't want the problems I had last time. We now have a 4,2,1 and 10 week old so we might not be able to fudge it with rooms and max occupancy.
We stayed at the hotel a couple of years ago and it was great for families with younger children. Kids entertainment early evening and lovely play area/large lawned area to the rear of the hotel.
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NY-LAS-LA hotel and flights £599.00 @ groupon

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NY-LAS-LA hotel and flights £599 from Manchester other airports are available but costs more. I can't book a matching trip any cheaper.
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8 days? How can you possibly enjoy three cities with 2.5 days each? Too much traveling. I have only had one experience with Groupon and never again! I don't like these purchase-a-trip-for-a-voucher websites. I dread to think the amount of hassle you'll have to go through if anything happens and you need help! The Groupon details are quite ambiguous (as they always are) so I don't think many will be interested! I always find DIY holidays (book everything yourself individually) the best and cheapest, IMO. I guess some others may be interested, though!
Read reviews on Clearsky website and reviews for the hotels, really bad for both the company and the hotels.
I was about to book with this then googled jetline / clearsky. They have very bad reviews and shocking sales methods after you book!
Any idea how much the single person supplement would be?
I'd never buy any travel deal through Groupon again. They all look very tempting but once you have bought the vouchers and go on to book the dates become very limited . To have alternative dates costs you much more. They are in fact a gimmick to lore you in to buy a more expensive holiday, so unless you can be very flexible with the dates , don't bother.Make sure you read all the small print. Plus on this offer only hand luggage is included , hate to think what extra they'll want for hold luggage.
I was lucky with my dealings with Groupon breaks and got my money back on a technicality, the agents didn't confirm within 7 days as per the T&C's, had to be very insistent though. I also found that I could have booked the break I was given cheaper myself.


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ibis/Novotel book on Mon 22/Tue 23 Aug to stay 26/27/28 aug or 2/3/4 sept from £25.00 a night

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​Also topcashback/quidco of 4-8%. This deal's been running a while but isn't well known, every week you can book on Monday or Tuesday for following Friday, Sat or Sun nights. Some hotels are £25 (all
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Excellent deal, just spent the weekend at the Ibis London City, near Aldgate East tube for £40 a night...
Couldn't fault if for the price. Not luxurious, but very comfortable, good staff and the all you can eat breakfast for £8.50!
If you want to pay less and don't mind something a little more basic, the Ibis Budget down the road was £25 a night.

Is this the one near London City airport? Is parking free and readily available? Thanks.
gilesrdavies
Excellent deal, just spent the weekend at the Ibis London City, near Aldgate East tube for £40 a night...
Couldn't fault if for the price. Not luxurious, but very comfortable, good staff and the all you can eat breakfast for £8.50!
If you want to pay less and don't mind something a little more basic, the Ibis Budget down the road was £25 a night.


​that is a really posh ibis budget. lovely. no breakfast ever beats Wetherspoons especially for vegetarians and its £3.25 or £3.49 and served 8-12 daily. 7am some branches.
Excellent deal, just spent the weekend at the Ibis London City, near Aldgate East tube for £40 a night...
Couldn't fault if for the price. Not luxurious, but very comfortable, good staff and the all you can eat breakfast for £8.50!
If you want to pay less and don't mind something a little more basic, the Ibis Budget down the road was £25 a night.
The operator was being a right *bleep* saying its happy Monday its not happy Friday!!
Argh!!! I waited till today to book for Dublin I had no luck so rang them and after a very frustrating conversation they say there is no availability for that offer :|
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Kids go FREE all year + Another 10% off + 2 days in park & hotel (various prices) @ Legoland

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Legoland have launched an offer where kids go free on all dates for the rest of the season, plus atm you get another 10% off prices (already applied) and includes 2 days in park for price of 1 and a h…
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took longer to que for 3 rides than it did to drive up from Cornwall !
Queues are terrible .. last time i could only do 3-4 rides in a day !!!

Totally agree, this spoils all the fun and having in mind how much everything costs (rides, food, parking, hotel) I'd seriously recommend to avoid weekends!
tonyheung
Thansk Op. Booked for the half term break in Oct, the weekend of my son birthday for a special treat for him. Four of us booked for the Hilton (4*) with breakfast, plus evening time they offer free ice lolly at the hotel.
Plan to have a relaxing first day, finish around 4pm, pick up the ice lolly at hotel then go for swimming at the hotel pool. Will then have dinner at the hotel restaurant with 15% off the bill plus kids eat free! Don't forget to pre-book the car park permit at the booking, which you get 10% off the add-on as well, so £9 for two-day car park permit rather than £10.
Last few years we usually only did one day visit and left the park when it closed but ended stuck at the car park for almost an hour as everyone else try to leave at the same time. So hoping this time leaving at 4'ish pm will be more relaxing and enjoyable.

Yup, I guess the deal maker for you was that free ice lolly!! Lol....it'll freezing in October so you might want to swap that ice lolly for a hot soup lol...
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I've been to legoland, chessington, thorpe park and alton towers over the last year with merlin passes. legoland is the only one we haven't visited again horrendous queues and just felt really underwhelmed with the whole park. Would highly recommend thorpe park or chessington if you have younger children. A decent deal though if you are looking to go to legoland.
Would Thorpe Park be ok for a 5yr old/7yr old?
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​i would say chessington would be more suitable, there is rides for kids its an angry birds themed area but chessington has a zoo and more suitable rides i would say.
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I'm just now debating whether to go there in the summer holidays or the first weekend of school!! Is chessington as crazy busy as legoland?


​first weekend of school would probably be better it was busy when we went in the 6 weeks holidays. i suppose any theme park is the same, i think wherever you go you and your kids will enjoy it :)
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Try not to come to Slough lol, promise u wont like it!! 8)
Why?????? Got two nights booked there! oO
Like anywhere there are rougher areas than others but never had any problems in the locations of the hotels.The T5 one is in Colnbrook just off the motorway.Grew up in Slough and its gone downhill over the years but like any tourist its not like you're going there for the town only somewhere to rest your head at night .Can think of worse places.
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I've been to legoland, chessington, thorpe park and alton towers over the last year with merlin passes. legoland is the only one we haven't visited again horrendous queues and just felt really underwhelmed with the whole park. Would highly recommend thorpe park or chessington if you have younger children. A decent deal though if you are looking to go to legoland.
Would Thorpe Park be ok for a 5yr old/7yr old?
Thanks
​i would say chessington would be more suitable, there is rides for kids its an angry birds themed area but chessington has a zoo and more suitable rides i would say.
Thanks
I'm just now debating whether to go there in the summer holidays or the first weekend of school!! Is chessington as crazy busy as legoland?
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Malta bargain 7nt winter sun holiday just £96.00pp incl. flights, hotel w. pool & transfers @ Holiday Pirates

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I'm a 30something Englishman living in Malta and feel I should clarify a few things:

There isn't an immigrant problem. Yes there are immigrants (like most of Western Europe) and like all of us they're trying to improve their lives by working hard.

Crime is very low

Cockroaches are quite common (umm, it's hot and humid here!)

I've seen about 3 beggars in as many years
I went to Malta back in July and it was beautiful. We managed to get to see a few locations. The buses are fantastic especially as they had air conditioning in the 104f heat! One evening we missed the bus and the bus driver stopped for us on a hill!!

The people are so helpful, polite and proud of their country.

We asked for directions to get to Valletta and we asked a lady who suggested to get the ferry then the lift up to the Barrakka Gardens she said "it's beautiful way to get across the island!"

We highly recommend the Captain Morgan Jet Extreme speed boat to the Blue Lagoon at Malta's sister island. What an AWESOME way to travel across the island.
The speed boat is the naughty boy of the Captain Morgan fleet! Fantastic! X)

There's so many different places to eat right across the island to cater all tastes.
I has lots to offer for every type of traveller from the young to go and party the night away to travellers
who want to just get away and have a relaxing peaceful holiday.

Malta is an island with so much history. I've not been there for 24 years and from what has changed the areas that cater for the tourists but it still has the Maltese houses that makes the island for what it is, and island of history! Those that complain that it's boring as hell, it's beaches are not good then I suggest they do their research bon the island before booking their holiday! ;)

Edited By: lizbenne on Aug 20, 2016 10:18: Spelling errors
vtec
meant for xenophobe

Says the geezer showing off his chav car.

You should just change your name to xenophobe, would save all the waffle.
Yeah it goes over your emotionally immature facile little head. Xenophobe because I don't agree with your mass immigation view.

​stop wasting your time googl ing and get a job

Lol, despite preaching about refugees, shows your true colours by telling someone you don't know to get a job.*
And try googling and reading about history so you get the true facts rather than relying on what you watch on TV.

* I work shifts.
People from the UK used to get benefits and pensions sent to them in Malta.
It is so cheap to live there in winter.

The weather is better than the U.K. at that time of year, but it's not brilliant.
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Orlando, Florida package £441.00pp - incl. flights, 2 weeks hotel, luggage & car hire @ Holiday Pirates.

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Just a heads up, the included car hire does not include insurance or mandatory CDW, which you get absolutely raped for by Thompson/hire company etc when you pick up the car... Plus the generic expensive surcharges for drivers if you are under 25. It would still be cheaper arranging your own car hire with these fees included than paying the extra for this when you get there.

Or you could arrange your own insurance/CDW for next to nothing before you go

Never knew that, glad you've pointed that out! I'll definitely be going that route in the future.

Has anyone actually had to claim with these insurance companies, Can't seem to find any info of experiences good or Bad.
crap exchange rate £1 gives you 99 cents tourists rates !!!!!!!! can't live with that ,time was when America was $1.80 to one pound
What are the dates on this?
shame it starts after school.
how much is it term time ?​
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Just a heads up, the included car hire does not include insurance or mandatory CDW, which you get absolutely raped for by Thompson/hire company etc when you pick up the car... Plus the generic expensive surcharges for drivers if you are under 25. It would still be cheaper arranging your own car hire with these fees included than paying the extra for this when you get there.

Or you could arrange your own insurance/CDW for next to nothing before you go



Never knew that, glad you've pointed that out! I'll definitely be going that route in the future.
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Knowsley Safari mini break from £19.00pp - incl. park entry & hotel stay (summer, half term and Christmas dates) @ Holiday Pirates

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What page do I go to to book? I'm trying to find it on the website! Thanks


​just click on the red get deal button & take it from there that's what I've done :)
What page do I go to to book? I'm trying to find it on the website! Thanks
think I'm going to book this deal for October,heat from me :D
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Don't forget Earnaway £10 cashback for Travelodge booking


And how do you do that?
Safari great fun do you have to bring your own gun or can you rent on the day?
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get £20.00 cashback on any hotel bookings on venere.com, any dates, minimum £20 spend @ earnaway

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Cheers op, just booked hostel for a few nights in Berlin end of October to see a concert, hope sharing with potentially 6 total strangers is worth the £20 cashback saving, BTW tracked instantly! Paid upfront with visa cc, no additional hidden charges as far as I can see!

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I used Earnaway 6 days ago on the Holiday Inn promotion as of now my cashback has not tracked, so not voting either way.
chat with them
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Voted Hot. Had no probs with earnaway.
Not booked with venere before but just went to and they charge in the hotel's currency and don't accept AMEX. Which is a bit more of a cost for me. Not sure if the not accepting AMEX is a site or hotel thing though.
I've booked and paid by Amex.
Maybe depends where you are booking, mine was for the Algarve - paid up front and not on arrival.
Good to know - thanks backinstock. Mine was in France and it's just that I don't have my visa on me at the moment and it said 'one room left' which is why I went for it. Probably be available later and if not there are always others.

It does look it changes from hotel to hotel. Some do look like you pay in local currency, so those may be better booking with say a Nationwide or Halifax Clarity card. I'm not too sure if they'd take the full amount now or upon arrival? Equally, you could be hit with an Amex conversion, although I suppose you could gain if the £ strengthens.
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furchester hotel figures 79p @ homebargins

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saw these in Chelmsford earlier this week too
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From London: Austria Trip - 2 Nights in Vienna & 2 Nights in Salzburg £162.85pp @ hotels.com £325.69

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cold - not nationwide


Hot because it's a hot deal
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Think you might need to edit the title . I was with you all the way till saltburn
Oops, that's what you get for drinking and watching Netflix at the same time!

psychobitchfromhell
Think you might need to edit the title . I was with you all the way till saltburn
yes, sounds like somewhere in northern Scotland.
Salzburg is nice, so too Vienna, been to both, Salzburg is famous for "the sound of music".


​to note. the locals don't actually like the association with the sound of music!
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Think you might need to edit the title . I was with you all the way till saltburn
Oops, that's what you get for drinking and watching Netflix at the same time!
Look out for us. We've booked identical holiday and times as your advice. If you see us say hello (Grahame and Vanessa) were not stalkers and thank you for our holiday we didn't expect.

Have a lovely time. I will hopefully be moving house so won't be in Vienna then. I have been before though - I caught the overnight train from Venice. I really enjoyed Vienna though.
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Think you might need to edit the title . I was with you all the way till saltburn
Oops, that's what you get for drinking and watching Netflix at the same time!

psychobitchfromhell
Think you might need to edit the title . I was with you all the way till saltburn
yes, sounds like somewhere in northern Scotland.
Salzburg is nice, so too Vienna, been to both, Salzburg is famous for "the sound of music".
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From London: Toronto, Niagara Falls and New York 9 night Holiday £832.10pp inc hotels, flights and car hire £1,664.20

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This is a lovely September break which has you in Toronto for 4 nights, 2 nights in Niagara Falls and then New York for 3 nights. This can probably be replicated at cheaper times such as February but
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If the holiday is like that picture, here, have my money.
Does anyone have any good money saving tips for a summer holiday in New York?
Family of 4 with 3 adults and a 14 year old???
The short trip from the airport to niagara falls is around one and a half hours, some lovely views mind. We stayed at the shereton on the falls on the 15th floor, with amazing views over both falls for 3 nights, then to Toronto for 2 nights with views over the lake. We flew with BA from heathrow. Hotels, flights, transfers cost for 2 was £1700 with Trailfinders. This was oct 2014. The falls are amazing but 2 nights is plenty, could have spent more time in Toronto, the CN Tower is fantastic, had a lovely meal before going down to the observation deck with glass floors.
Great find, great price, wish i could go back again , but saving for somewhere else .
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we got return Canada flights with British Airways in the holidays for £350 each. our resort hotel is £800 for for of us for two weeks. bringing ours to £550 a person.... however our car hire is £550 for a full size car for two weeks. I doubt very much that under £100 for 9 days includes insurance, car hire in Canada without insurance is a huge no no. you WILL get screwed on every little mark, plus you're not covered for windscreen, tyres, interior etc.
I don't get how this deal has got hot?

When I went to Canada and hired a car for the Rockies we used a separate insurance it's called insurance4carhire which covers the excess. Of course the car hire deal doesn't include extra insurance at this price and I would never never use the insurance sold by car hire companies which is overpriced IMO. Insurance4carhire is just one of similar places that I have used to cover the excess and when I needed to claim (not in Canada) everything was fine.

This isn't car hire for 9 days it's only for the Canada part which is 6 days as you then fly from Toronto to New York and I haven't included a car for New York.

Toronto flights are frequently under £300 and when I went to Calgary/Calgary our flights were just over £350. Obviously this deal is a little more expensive as you are flying back from New York and have 3 nights in New York. It would be easy to adjust this trip for 4 people and of course that would bring the cost per person down, the hotel I've picked in Toronto for example sleeps 4 but I've based this deal on 2 people.


Edited By: rachelandgromit on Aug 06, 2016 06:46
We're going to NY for 6 nights, followed by 9 nights in Toronto (one night in Niagara). 4 weeks 4 days to go! :D8)<3 Can't say it was cheap by any means but it's going to be amazing! Bring it in!
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£10 cash back from earnaway on holiday inn and holiday inn express bookings (No min spend) @ Earnaway

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Been paid out for every transaction so far from earnway very quickly. Really are a great company.
This thread reminded me about a £20 off any hotels.com booking offer on here in May. I have just checked and it is still only in 'tracked' status despite being booked on 25th May for a stay that weekend and it saying "we’ll pay you this money around 6 weeks after you’ve completed your stay. " So that's over 9 weeks so far...
The 10% cashback Laterooms bookings looks good and could work out better in some cases.
Still waiting for mine also from May
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Been paid out for every transaction so far from earnway very quickly. Really are a great company.
This thread reminded me about a £20 off any hotels.com booking offer on here in May. I have just checked and it is still only in 'tracked' status despite being booked on 25th May for a stay that weekend and it saying "we’ll pay you this money around 6 weeks after you’ve completed your stay. " So that's over 9 weeks so far...
The 10% cashback Laterooms bookings looks good and could work out better in some cases.
That was the first time I used earnaway and that £20 has actually been in my personal bank account for about 2 weeks
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Go via quidco to make it £20. For new EarnAway members on their first booking over £10.
Great tip, thanks!
Go via quidco to make it £20. For new EarnAway members on their first booking over £10.
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Been paid out for every transaction so far from earnway very quickly. Really are a great company.


This thread reminded me about a £20 off any hotels.com booking offer on here in May. I have just checked and it is still only in 'tracked' status despite being booked on 25th May for a stay that weekend and it saying "we’ll pay you this money around 6 weeks after you’ve completed your stay. " So that's over 9 weeks so far...

The 10% cashback Laterooms bookings looks good and could work out better in some cases.
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The code is EM50 you can use online or over the phone I got a better stay over the phone instead of hotel room I got a log cabin in the alton tower village
not seeing the code?
Thanks op
How do you get the discount?
link doesn't even work?
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Ugh! I booked a hotel room at Travelodge end of this month! At least I got over 5.25% back from TCB, I guess
Thanks Angela- worked for me on the 31st July!
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6 night trip to Oslo and New York for Valentine's Day for £422.00 each (£844 total) including all flights and hotels @ booking.com

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just got back frm ny. truly awful place.
I went to New York for Valentine's Day last year- there was a great vibe and people getting married in time square etc but the weather almost ruined the trip as it was so so cold. The heavy snow made it really tricky to get around especially as the taxi drivers drive like utter maniacs. I remember one day when we went to the 9/11 memorial which is very near the river edge- the cab driver dropped us across the road from it and we only had to walk for 2 minutes as we were walking I could feel the tears in my eyes as I had never been so cold in my life despite being wrapped up. As for taking hand luggage I don't think there is any chance of this as not only do you need loads of warm clothes but I spent so much time shopping my case went from 14kg on the way out to 24 on the way back!
Middle of winter, freeeeeezing, trip to both Oslo and New York and you suggest hand luggage only....I despair !
good price but New York will be cold then. we went in April this year and it was icy cold then!
Cheers OP, good find and thanks for the effort put in the detail, this is now one for my list 8)
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6 night trip to Barcelona and Ibiza for £164.00pp (total £328) including all flights and hotels @booking.com

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It's a lot cheaper if you fly with easyjet to BCN and stay in Barcelona or the nearby coastal resorts for the whole stay. There is so much to see in Barcelona and there are plenty of great beaches around too! There are flights for the same week from Liverpool for around £60 and the transfer could be part of the t10 transport ticket you could buy at the airport. I am at the moment in Calella which is quite a distance from Barcelona , zone4 and the t10 cost €34. It's a multi person card so for the two of us it's 5 journeys each. The airport bus (614, 603) alone costs €9.50 single ticket so it's well worth it. Also we managed to get to Montserrat monastery using only one journey each way as you can change transport up to four times within 2hours (there was an extra €10 each for the final leg of the journey, the cable car). I think the t10 card is only €10 for one zone and €20 for two zones and the allowable journey time is 1h 15min for one zone and 15 min extra for each additional zone
Montserrat is mesmerising, we managed to get there around noon which apparently is definitely not recommend due to the crowds, but actually there were hardly any people there and we didn't even have to queue to see the Black Madonna! Also for fans of Joan Miro a single entry ticket is €12 but for an annual pass it's €13 so if you wish you could visit the foundation every day
Lastly (I promise ;) ) on Saturday after 3pm the National art museum if free of charge and on Sunday the same goes for the Picasso museum :)
Personally I'd get a Bonotren ticket for the Rodalies journeys (which works like a t10 but just for the trains) and use the Zone 1 T10 in the city.
Also, for some delicious ice-cream check out Cremeria Toscana

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It's a lot cheaper if you fly with easyjet to BCN and stay in Barcelona or the nearby coastal resorts for the whole stay. There is so much to see in Barcelona and there are plenty of great beaches around too! There are flights for the same week from Liverpool for around £60 and the transfer could be part of the t10 transport ticket you could buy at the airport. I am at the moment in Calella which is quite a distance from Barcelona , zone4 and the t10 cost €34. It's a multi person card so for the two of us it's 5 journeys each. The airport bus (614, 603) alone costs €9.50 single ticket so it's well worth it. Also we managed to get to Montserrat monastery using only one journey each way as you can change transport up to four times within 2hours (there was an extra €10 each for the final leg of the journey, the cable car). I think the t10 card is only €10 for one zone and €20 for two zones and the allowable journey time is 1h 15min for one zone and 15 min extra for each additional zone
Montserrat is mesmerising, we managed to get there around noon which apparently is definitely not recommend due to the crowds, but actually there were hardly any people there and we didn't even have to queue to see the Black Madonna! Also for fans of Joan Miro a single entry ticket is €12 but for an annual pass it's €13 so if you wish you could visit the foundation every day
Lastly (I promise ;) ) on Saturday after 3pm the National art museum if free of charge and on Sunday the same goes for the Picasso museum :)
Personally I'd get a Bonotren ticket for the Rodalies journeys (which works like a t10 but just for the trains) and use the Zone 1 T10 in the city.
Also, for some delicious ice-cream check out Cremeria Toscana
Actually Calella is zone 5 on the ROdalies map and the Bonotren is only €0.95 cheaper. For us the integrated t10 is much better value as we always start the day with a visit to the Miro Foundation and at 1h 30min away it is only one journey. For the rest of the travel within the city we did get a separate t10 for zone one only, that's great advice
Thank you for the ice cream suggestion

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It's a lot cheaper if you fly with easyjet to BCN and stay in Barcelona or the nearby coastal resorts for the whole stay. There is so much to see in Barcelona and there are plenty of great beaches around too! There are flights for the same week from Liverpool for around £60 and the transfer could be part of the t10 transport ticket you could buy at the airport. I am at the moment in Calella which is quite a distance from Barcelona , zone4 and the t10 cost €34. It's a multi person card so for the two of us it's 5 journeys each. The airport bus (614, 603) alone costs €9.50 single ticket so it's well worth it. Also we managed to get to Montserrat monastery using only one journey each way as you can change transport up to four times within 2hours (there was an extra €10 each for the final leg of the journey, the cable car). I think the t10 card is only €10 for one zone and €20 for two zone and the allowable journey time is 1h 15min for one zone and 15 min extra for each additional zone
Montserrat is mesmerising, we managed to get there around noon which apparently is definitely not recommend due to the crowds, but actually there were hardly any people there and we didn't even have to queue to see the Black Madonna! Also for fans of Joan Miro a single entry ticket is €12 but for an annual pass it's €13 so if you wish you could visit the foundation every day
Lastly (I promise ;) ) on Saturday after 3pm the National art museum if free of charge and on Sunday the same goes for the Picasso museum :)
Great advise :D these flights return from Liverpool were actually only £44 and are only £21.99 one way many days in October. I wanted to split the break up into two different holidays in one because these of the sort of trips I love to do myself :D
It's a great deal BlueSkies, apologies as I can see that my post didn't reflect that. I always avoid Ryanair as I fly from London and they use only Girona and Reus which are not as convenient as BCN and with the transfer fees it's often more expensive than easyjet. I love traveling holidays too, but could never have enough of Barcelona plus commuting from Calella on the train (a little over an hour) almost qualifies as travel, even though sometimes I've spend longer on the tube in London :)


It's ok :D Ryanair fly into BCN from both liverpool and Manchester so it's nice and easy for us northerners :D I always come off my holidays needing a holiday :P I've done transferring from Reus and Girona and it is far from Barcelona, I can't believe they even class those airports as part of Barcelona to be honest!
etta191
It's a lot cheaper if you fly with easyjet to BCN and stay in Barcelona or the nearby coastal resorts for the whole stay. There is so much to see in Barcelona and there are plenty of great beaches around too! There are flights for the same week from Liverpool for around £60 and the transfer could be part of the t10 transport ticket you could buy at the airport. I am at the moment in Calella which is quite a distance from Barcelona , zone4 and the t10 cost €34. It's a multi person card so for the two of us it's 5 journeys each. The airport bus (614, 603) alone costs €9.50 single ticket so it's well worth it. Also we managed to get to Montserrat monastery using only one journey each way as you can change transport up to four times within 2hours (there was an extra €10 each for the final leg of the journey, the cable car). I think the t10 card is only €10 for one zone and €20 for two zones and the allowable journey time is 1h 15min for one zone and 15 min extra for each additional zone
Montserrat is mesmerising, we managed to get there around noon which apparently is definitely not recommend due to the crowds, but actually there were hardly any people there and we didn't even have to queue to see the Black Madonna! Also for fans of Joan Miro a single entry ticket is €12 but for an annual pass it's €13 so if you wish you could visit the foundation every day
Lastly (I promise ;) ) on Saturday after 3pm the National art museum if free of charge and on Sunday the same goes for the Picasso museum :)

Personally I'd get a Bonotren ticket for the Rodalies journeys (which works like a t10 but just for the trains) and use the Zone 1 T10 in the city.

Also, for some delicious ice-cream check out Cremeria Toscana
not a bad deal saying that its for early oct......I got a great deal in the BA sale some weeks ago.....5 days, 4 nights in Barcelona, incl flights from heathrow...£808.00 all in for 4 of us!
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It's a lot cheaper if you fly with easyjet to BCN and stay in Barcelona or the nearby coastal resorts for the whole stay. There is so much to see in Barcelona and there are plenty of great beaches around too! There are flights for the same week from Liverpool for around £60 and the transfer could be part of the t10 transport ticket you could buy at the airport. I am at the moment in Calella which is quite a distance from Barcelona , zone4 and the t10 cost €34. It's a multi person card so for the two of us it's 5 journeys each. The airport bus (614, 603) alone costs €9.50 single ticket so it's well worth it. Also we managed to get to Montserrat monastery using only one journey each way as you can change transport up to four times within 2hours (there was an extra €10 each for the final leg of the journey, the cable car). I think the t10 card is only €10 for one zone and €20 for two zone and the allowable journey time is 1h 15min for one zone and 15 min extra for each additional zone
Montserrat is mesmerising, we managed to get there around noon which apparently is definitely not recommend due to the crowds, but actually there were hardly any people there and we didn't even have to queue to see the Black Madonna! Also for fans of Joan Miro a single entry ticket is €12 but for an annual pass it's €13 so if you wish you could visit the foundation every day
Lastly (I promise ;) ) on Saturday after 3pm the National art museum if free of charge and on Sunday the same goes for the Picasso museum :)
Great advise :D these flights return from Liverpool were actually only £44 and are only £21.99 one way many days in October. I wanted to split the break up into two different holidays in one because these of the sort of trips I love to do myself :D
It's a great deal BlueSkies, apologies as I can see that my post didn't reflect that. I always avoid Ryanair as I fly from London and they use only Girona and Reus which are not as convenient as BCN and with the transfer fees it's often more expensive than easyjet. I love traveling holidays too, but could never have enough of Barcelona plus commuting from Calella on the train (a little over an hour) almost qualifies as travel, even though sometimes I've spend longer on the tube in London :)