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Christmas (22-24 December) 3 day/2 night Disneyland Paris Inc Flights, Disney Hotel Santa Fe & Tickets £819.07/£204.76pp @ Disneyland Paris (Booking on French Site saves over £400 compared to English Site!!!)
Now I'm sure there are cheaper mid-week breaks available when the kids are in school, but I think this is brilliant for those wanting a nice pre-Christmas holiday 22-24 December. I'm sure it will be m… Read more
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Santa Fe hotel and tickets for 20th-23rd December (3 nights, 4 days tickets) is only £325 for me and my 6 year old son
Yet if I go through to the French version of the site its coming in at €699 ! so its not always cheaper to use the French site (although I did the same trick a few years ago and the French version was much cheaper).

Flights from Manchester are not so cheap though, £200 in total with easy jet for 20th-23rd

jonhoggy1 h, 19 m ago

So does that include park tickets too ? who did you book through and how …So does that include park tickets too ? who did you book through and how did you add on premium dining/show etc ?



Yes it includes park tickets for both parks, all days (we arrive around 1pm on the first day). The premium dining basically lets you go anywhere with no supplement, so the princess meal and the shows etc are all included you just hand in your dining voucher as payment. You HAVE to book these in advance, 60 days in advance is the allowed amount as you can't just walk in. But the full board is brilliant, for the same price per person as eating in the counter service rubbish you can eat in lovely fine dining restuarants with a nice drink included. I always book through the Walt Disney Travel Co - hotel and tickets only then I book my travel (we're going on the shuttle as it's easier and only £250 return). Other than a bit of spending money for the kids we don't spend much there are we're eating a 3 course meal twice a day!!

KittyKate2 h, 4 m ago

I go to Disneyland a lot and I had a look around Santa Fe last time I was …I go to Disneyland a lot and I had a look around Santa Fe last time I was there and it's basically a motel, not even as 'nice' as a Travelodge. Disney is a lovely place, but to put it in perspective I'm going Christmas week with hubby and our 6year old and 2 year old, staying in the Disneyland hotel with full board premium dining plan (which includes the princess meal, cowboy show etc), 3 nights 4 days park passes and we're paying £1998 including the shuttle crossing . I know it's a lot more compared to this but it's a 5*hotel with an extra night and a full dining plan (dinner with the princesses alone will cost you 155 euros). The hotel is right at the park entrance and you get extra fast passes for rides for staying there too.

So does that include park tickets too ? who did you book through and how did you add on premium dining/show etc ?
Edited by: "jonhoggy" 7 h, 3 m ago

Also to add - if you're not confident using the trains, flying is difficult as CDG is a good 45mins to an hour and 75-100 euros in a taxi or the 'magical shuttle' (done it, AWFUL!). If you land at 16.55 there's no way you'd be in the park for 6.30 as you'd have to go through a long passport control queue, get your bags and then get to Disneyland. I'd say more like 7.30 if you're lucky. I think it's great encouraging Disney holidays, they're great, but as someone who goes 3-4 times a year I wouldn't want your first experience to be a poor one.

I go to Disneyland a lot and I had a look around Santa Fe last time I was there and it's basically a motel, not even as 'nice' as a Travelodge. Disney is a lovely place, but to put it in perspective I'm going Christmas week with hubby and our 6year old and 2 year old, staying in the Disneyland hotel with full board premium dining plan (which includes the princess meal, cowboy show etc), 3 nights 4 days park passes and we're paying £1998 including the shuttle crossing . I know it's a lot more compared to this but it's a 5*hotel with an extra night and a full dining plan (dinner with the princesses alone will cost you 155 euros). The hotel is right at the park entrance and you get extra fast passes for rides for staying there too.
Edited by: "KittyKate" 9 h, 7 m ago
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From Stansted: 2 Night/3 Day Break to Venice staying on a boat + breakfast (walking distance to St Mark's) 9-11 October £114.98pp @ booking.com
Oooh I really like the look of this, staying on the water in Venice, on a boat walking distance to St Mark's Square! This is a nice little two night/3 day stay flying from London to Venice Marco Polo… Read more
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Link to the boat booking pls.Will the boat pick you up from airport or how do you get to the boat?

A swingers paradise then!

(nice find op, just trying to lighten the mood a little
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Toptrumpet6 m ago

Looking at the accommodation booking form, How on earth are two people …Looking at the accommodation booking form, How on earth are two people going to fit in a small single bed?


It is a room with a double bed and one single bed too, so sleeps 3.

Looking at the accommodation booking form, How on earth are two people going to fit in a small single bed?

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Week in Venice for two people £591 staying at We Crociferi - booking.com
A week in Venice Friday 20th April flying from Birmingham to Venice, staying in a twin room as a hotel of the year winner 2016, about a ten minute walk from rialto bridge and fifteen minute walk from … Read more
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Many better hotels than this, It's basically a upmarket hostel. I agree with atulsurg 3 days is more than enough. If you want to explore the surrounding areas, Stay outside Venice (Better value for money).

1 week is too much. Max 3 nights and you have seen all there is to see and do.
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Las Vegas, USA - Trip for 1/2 People for 3 Nights Hotel Stay on the Strip with LGW Flights, Circus Circus Hotel & Return Transfers
Was taking a look at some Vegas pricing as I've been looking to go for a fairly long time and I found this deal. Flights, Hotel & Transfers for a single travel for £374, £359.50 for 2 people (£719… Read more
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ijross14th Sep

Hi, there, I have a bit of a Vegas obsession. That deal is fine and CC is …Hi, there, I have a bit of a Vegas obsession. That deal is fine and CC is okay, if you have kids, but no. It is not central.Do Luxor, Excalibur for south strip or Flamingo or Bally's for North Strip.3 days are but a taster!! I have fk tons of info for you.PM me if you are interestted.

I am hoping to go to vegas with hubby to celebrate my big bday.will probably only be able to go for 5 nights in jan/feb.Bit short on funds but dont want it too downmarket. Any advice please?Dont know how to pm you!

Please... if you go to Vegas do not take the ops advice and go circus circus... it is the biggest s**thole ever. Don't go all that way and ruin your experience...
Edited by: "toner84" 24th Sep

Robbo1115th Sep

A heck of a long flight (11 hours outbound, 10 hours inbound) for just a 3 …A heck of a long flight (11 hours outbound, 10 hours inbound) for just a 3 night stay. Also, don't forget the 8 hour time difference. Good job it's a city that never sleeps because your first day will be a write-off as landing at LV at 3 pm means it will be 11pm in the UK so by the time you check into the hotel, you will be ready to drop.



Was only 9.40 outbound and 9 inbound from LHR recently.

andychelt14th Sep

Circus Circus was a slum when I went years ago....The difference being:At …Circus Circus was a slum when I went years ago....The difference being:At the Mandalay Bay our doorman opened the door for us and wished us a nice day...At Circus Circus their doorman opened his jacket and asked "do you wanna see a titty show?"! I kid you not!


I suppose it depends on if you want a titie bar lol

A taxi from mccarren to the strip should be $20-$30, uber is cheaper, depending on where youre going. That would be a better option than a minibus and youll be there in a fraction of the time.

3 days isnt long enough either, especially if its the only place youre going.

Also, circus circus has a trailer park attached to it, consider that before booking. Excalibur is about $75/£55 for the same duration (excalibur.com/en/…tml?sub=MCV&kbid=3930103#/step1&promoCode=XFACEBOOK&arrive=2018-01-15&depart=2018-01-18&numGuests=2) and is much better located and youre less likely to run into Cletus from the simpsons. Both hotels also charge $30 pn 'resort' fee.

Lastly, consider that vegas has a high temp of ~14 degrees in jan.
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From Liverpool: From Liverpool Christmas in Playa de las Americas (Tenerife) 19-26 December Total £627.17/£313.58pp @ booking.com/Ryanair
So this is not the cheapest Tenerife option accommodation wise as it is much cheaper to stay in the North of the Island but I know Playa de las Americas is popular and this is a great option for two … Read more
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Doubt you can use the swimming pool then, you'll freeze you're b***s

rachelandgromit1 h, 28 m ago

Great if you have the budget, it's nearly £1600 AI for two adults, plus …Great if you have the budget, it's nearly £1600 AI for two adults, plus flights......



Was in summer , not in Xmas. Hotel cost me 1300 Euro for 2 adults + 2 kids, all inclusive, one week.

Not the best in my opinion and have been known to be used by 18s/30s say no more. Nothing wrong with youngsters enjoying themselves but when you have kids or older members with you its not much fun. The Los Chris beaches are a good 25min stroll away but the las Americas beaches are on your doorstep just ignore the timeshare touts just say no with some authority and they will leave you alone. Btw don't forget Ryanair new rules no longer the deals they used to be with their new policy of deliberately sitting people apart so now it forces you to book your seats if you want to make sure you sit together, and now holding a gun to your head to make you book priority boarding so as you can take on your cabin luggage otherwise it will be taken from you and placed in the hold. Kenny Jacobs is doing a fantastic job of ruining what was working fine in my opinion and his latest excuses for this is pure BS the man seriously thinks that customers are idiots.
theguardian.com/bus…age
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Rudess7 m ago

If looking for hotels in Playa de las Americas, I recommend the Bitacora …If looking for hotels in Playa de las Americas, I recommend the Bitacora Hotel, a decent 4 stars, all inclusive, perfect for both for couples and for families.


Great if you have the budget, it's nearly £1600 AI for two adults, plus flights......

If looking for hotels in Playa de las Americas, I recommend the Bitacora Hotel, a decent 4 stars, all inclusive, perfect for both for couples and for families.

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From Manchester: October School Holiday 1 Week in Croatia (Pula) for family of 4 £114.35pp @ booking.com/Jet2
If you are after a budget school holiday deal, then you may want to consider this break to Croatia for just £114.35pp, flying from Manchester to Pula. Book flights with www.jet2.com £275.40 from Manc… Read more
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Can anyone tell me where I can find cheap last minute deals please? Thanks

Echelon13 h, 3 m ago

Are you talking about the temperature in Croatia in October? I went last …Are you talking about the temperature in Croatia in October? I went last year at the end of September/beginning of October and the weather was decent. We had one rainy day (the day we were leaving, so that was lucky) but the rest of the time it was pretty much mid 20s all week.


This will be a month later.

FunkiestMonkey20th Aug

Am I missing something? It's gonna be cold.


Are you talking about the temperature in Croatia in October? I went last year at the end of September/beginning of October and the weather was decent. We had one rainy day (the day we were leaving, so that was lucky) but the rest of the time it was pretty much mid 20s all week.

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clairemariebisho29 m ago

Please could somebody tell me why certain people seem to get so aggrieved …Please could somebody tell me why certain people seem to get so aggrieved at somebody else posting a deal that isn't 100% perfect for 100% of the population ? All deals are good for some and not so good for others surely . What is the big deal ? ( no pun intended 🙄) must be hard being annoyed all the time


I think I'm expected to know every school holiday in England, Scotland and Wales and the weather forecast everywhere in Europe. It always surprises me the amount of people that complain about temperatures. Not everyone wants a 'hot' holiday, lots of families I know like scenery, exploring and don't want to be sat on a beach or by a pool for a week!

Please could somebody tell me why certain people seem to get so aggrieved at somebody else posting a deal that isn't 100% perfect for 100% of the population ? All deals are good for some and not so good for others surely . What is the big deal ? ( no pun intended 🙄) must be hard being annoyed all the time
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From London: 5 Night Sweden and Northern Lights Trip 21-26 Jan 2018 £320.81pp @ Booking.com
How do you fancy exploring the Northern Lights? Forget the coach trips where you are with 50 other people fighting for photos, and explore both Sweden and North of the Arctic Circle on this trip. On… Read more
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Thanks for this! Finally booked one of your deals, booked up for slightly longer at 7 nights flying from Bristol which was slightly cheaper flight wise.

Thanks as we would never have thought of this trip but it looks incredible.

jumpinoffthbed

I can promise you now that stereotype is massively exaggerated, they are … I can promise you now that stereotype is massively exaggerated, they are mostly not blonde unless fake and certainly nothing special. Add their extremely materialistic and close minded outlook and I'm afraid you'll be very disappointed if that's your reason for going.


It was a joke, but yes they can be a bit up themselves. Although have got a bit a soft spot for the Norwegians.

winchman

Mainly the blondes



I can promise you now that stereotype is massively exaggerated, they are mostly not blonde unless fake and certainly nothing special. Add their extremely materialistic and close minded outlook and I'm afraid you'll be very disappointed if that's your reason for going.

jumpinoffthbed

What do you like about Stockholm?


Mainly the blondes

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jasonlui40 m ago

3580 SEK £334.67 is a return ticket, any idea how much roughly a single …3580 SEK £334.67 is a return ticket, any idea how much roughly a single ticket would be?


Half, same price each way so just half it.
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From London: September 5 Nights Croatia & Slovenia Trip £172.19pp @ booking.com
Here is a lovely little 5 night trip around Slovenia and Croatia. It's a busy one and with lots to see and do, it's not for those who want to sit on a beach 8) but you will see some amazing scenery … Read more
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I tried to adjust it to go from Manchester - but everything was more expensive

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mikepcon13 h, 19 m ago

Clicked on your profile and saw youre from the North West.Surely it's …Clicked on your profile and saw youre from the North West.Surely it's cheaper from a different airport for you? Getting to Gatwick for 9am isnt cheap.

​I'm not going on this trip, I just put it together for someone else who might want to go. Yes, I tend to fly from the North West or even Ireland or Spain rather than London.

Clicked on your profile and saw youre from the North West.
Surely it's cheaper from a different airport for you? Getting to Gatwick for 9am isnt cheap.

Did Zadar in Croatia enjoyed it there not too far from all the National Parks

Love love love plitvice lakes
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Single Parent (1 Adult 1 Child) August Holiday from Newcastle 8-15 August just 207.27pp @ booking.com
I've had a couple of people ask me for budget school holiday deals for single parents so here's a good value trip to Tenerife. Flights are with Ryanair, and include only hand luggage book on www.ryan… Read more
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anything from Bristol or Cardiff please?

Dread to think what passengers may catch from them flight seats ,such disgusting behaviour

Ryanair is appauling
Allowed sex act in full view of other passengers
Randy couple romped in front of passengers on flight from Manchester to Ibiza
Man asked if anyone had a condom before he started romping with girlfriend
Mr Williams said crew did nothing to stop the couple or even reprimand them
By Rory Tingle For Mailonline
PUBLISHED: 19:26, 8 June 2017 | UPDATED: 08:05, 15 June 2017


Read more: dailymail.co.uk/new…ght.
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xxxangelxxx15 m ago

Was only saying yesterday they should do more deals for single parents, …Was only saying yesterday they should do more deals for single parents, heat added


Will keep my eye out.

Was only saying yesterday they should do more deals for single parents, heat added
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From Manchester or London: 12 Night Holiday visiting Lisbon (2 nights), Toronto (4 nights), Niagara Falls (2 nights) & New York (4 nights) April 2018 £707.30pp £1414.61 @ booking.com
This is a great value trip 16-28 April, visiting Lisbon, Toronto, Niagara Falls and New York, flying from Manchester or London (same price). This is based on Manchester flights. 16-18 April You'll… Read more
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http://www.planetairlines.net/blogs/post/Cheap-London-to-Lisbon-and-Toronto-for-£216

rachelandgromit

I was replying to someone who was asking about dates and availability. I … I was replying to someone who was asking about dates and availability. I didn't say they had to travel on those dates!! You will see the screen shots I posted to them had flights for April and May.I never had the luggage price added on when I screen shotted the dates with Delta. I may be mistaken though. Apologies it will add an extra £20pp onto the price if people have one case.Thank you for the constructive feedback it is helpful and I'll note it for future deals.



​http://www.planetairlines.net/blogs/post/Cheap-London-to-Lisbon-and-Toronto-for-£216

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Strangely I have just tried again with Delta and it never gave me the option to add hold luggage on, nor the cost or how to do this. I'm genuinely interested in a) whether it's included and b) if it isn't how are you supposed to add it on or pay for it, unless you do it at the airport. I've sent them a tweet so will report back. It would be helpful if you could let me know if you can see an option to add luggage on on the Delta website as I can't on a mobile.

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I was replying to someone who was asking about dates and availability. I didn't say they had to travel on those dates!! You will see the screen shots I posted to them had flights for April and May.

I never had the luggage price added on when I screen shotted the dates with Delta. I may be mistaken though. Apologies it will add an extra £20pp onto the price if people have one case.
Thank you for the constructive feedback it is helpful and I'll note it for future deals.

rachelandgromit

OK, I'll answer your questions. Firstly, this is in April. You'll arrive … OK, I'll answer your questions. Firstly, this is in April. You'll arrive into Toronto around the 18th April NOT February, I'm unsure where you got that from. Yes, luggage is included. Flights are with TAP and I you get 23kg of allowance. I would say if luggage was extra.Lastly, in regards to airport transfers. I find that many people like to explore their own options for airport transportation. With the likes of Uber or similar, as well as public transport I find that my choice of using public transport wouldn't suit everyone. There are far cheaper ways of getting from Niagara to Buffalo and for anyone that booked this trip this is useful link as there is a Greyhound bus as well as a list of transfer companies. I guess some people may also choose to drive. https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Travel-g154998-s301/Niagara-Falls:Ontario:Arriving.And.Departing.html



If you look at my reply you will see that I quoted you, so that is where I got it from. You priced this up for April, but you replied to someone that there are dates in February and March. No travel expert worth their salt would say this.
As regards luggage, Delta charge $25 for the first case and $35 for subsequent cases, you seem to have missed this out for the Buffalo - New York leg. If you're going to reply, best to check first. Here's some links.

delta.com/con…tml

opodo.co.uk/tra…wcB

You put some good European deals up but best avoid anything across the Atlantic.
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From Belfast: 9 Nights August School Holiday to Tenerife, sea view room & 10 mins walk to Playa de las Americas £288.47pp - whole family of 4 inc flights (£1153.99 total) @ Booking.com
This is a really good value 9 night August school holiday deal to Tenerife and from Belfast too. The apartments are just 10 mins from Playa de las Americas and have good reviews with a free shuttle bu… Read more
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Great belfast offer thanks
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From London (Eurostar): Long Weekend (Friday - Sunday) in Paris 18-20 August just £110pp @ booking.com total for 2
This is a lovely little weekend break to Paris in August 18-20th, so Friday to Sunday. It's using the Eurostar so great for those in London or easily and cheaply available to connect up to London usin… Read more
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Thank you! That hotel is now more expensive, but I just got the ibis Paris Bastille Opera 11th for £110, direct with Ibis.

Thank you. Booked a room at cheap hotel in central Paris.

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lazyboy

Thank you for posting this, very tempted!



​No problem, enjoy! I love the Eurostar, so much easier than the Paris airports.

Paris air quality is very poor, all those diesel french cars

Thank you for posting this, very tempted!
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From London: Two Weeks Cambodia Inc Accommodation, Flights, Boat/Bus Trips November 2017 £591.67pp @ booking.com total for 2
Here is a lovely two week trip to Cambodia. Prices include flights, accommodations, bus and ferry tickets. You will need to sort some airport transportation but this is cheap and easily done. This is … Read more
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So jelous reading this, wish I could drop everything and go back.

Make sure if you're visiting Koh Rong you also visit Koh Rong Sanloem, it was my favourite island. Seemed there was only a couple of hundred people there, how I imagine some of the more popular islands being before the word was out.

Who ever is lucky enough to go out there, have a great time!

Edited by: "mdentz" 13th Jun

Lol mentioned all the things in PP but didn't mention Angkor Wat in Siem Reap. I think you'll need more time there anyway

A120068020

I can't get away for financial reasons



Ah, well keep fighting the good fight. You will get there!

us_agent2012

It's in 6 months


I can't get away for financial reasons

rachelandgromit

Yes via Bangkok could be an option for people. In this case the main … Yes via Bangkok could be an option for people. In this case the main flights are £385pp from London to Cambodia return so this does seem to be cheaper than the Bangkok option. As I said it depends on dates but at the moment the cheapest return flight to Bangkok from London is around £335 upwards with China Southern and Air China or KLM/Air France which takes over 30 hrs. Then you need the return flights to/from Cambodia and the additional time and cost for a Bangkok stay, which whilst may appeal to some people, to others may be a real pain if they don't want to spend the time there. One thing to mention is that you say you travel from Vietnam back to the UK and the cheapest route for you won't always work out best for those going FROM the UK to Asia and back.It's always worth looking at different options but in this case I don't think going via Bangkok is worth the hassle V any savings made (if any) and time.


I'm not looking for the cheapest route. I am looking for the route that will cause me the least amount of agro at a good price. My student days are long gone. I'd rather do a few extra hours work to pay for the extra cost. Having tried just about every sensible combination possible I know I have found the best option; especially as I travel with a kid who only turned one yesterday. If something goes Pete Tong I can just book a hotel in BKK for a few quid and sit it out, no visa required. I try not to fly Vietjet anymore to BKK even when their promotion fares are £10 as I've realised it simply isn't worth it.
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From London: 2 Nights Verona, 4 Nights Lake Garda + Carmen Opera Tickets £266.01pp £532.02 @ www.booking.com
Here is a lovely June trip, spending 2 nights in Verona and 4 nights in Lake Garda. I've also included opera tickets for Carmen in Verona which is likely to be amazing! 29 June - 1 July You'll spend … Read more
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Just got back from Verona (did a few other cities in Italy, Slovenia and Croatia too). Lovely city and very good standard of restaurants. Lake Garda was beautiful and you could easily stay there for a week and still miss a lot.

Also recommend hiring a car as can imagine it would be tricky by public transport and you'd likely miss a good deal than having the flexibility of driving and making the odd pit stop to take pics or stop for a nice afternoon espresso etc.

rachelandgromit

Yes I've used the bus myself and stayed near Garda town, although did … Yes I've used the bus myself and stayed near Garda town, although did hire a car in Garda and it was easy to drive, although the bus journey was slower as it did make quite a few stops.



agree there rachel 100% stops everywhere

but unfortunately not too many options when you get to lake garda

next time I am there will stay on south side of the lake so can get trains to the main cities.
Edited by: "Ag3nt" 24th May

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Yes I've used the bus myself and stayed near Garda town, although did hire a car in Garda and it was easy to drive, although the bus journey was slower as it did make quite a few stops.

The bus service up and down the east coast of Lake Garda is not too bad.

we used it a few years ago going from Riva Del Garda to various locations on the East side of the lake.

my personal opinion, great deal and perfect if going by car, but if using public transport I would probably swap the Lake Garda hotel to something in a bigger town on the lake like the town named "Garda" as plenty of hotels there at various prices and would not be as remote as Hotel Brenzone (if not driving)

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Norman-B

I was hooked, until I read car involved! I last drove in Italy 3 years … I was hooked, until I read car involved! I last drove in Italy 3 years ago, from Genoa Airport to Rapallo. I drove a 900cc Lancia that had a top speed of 50mph flat out. Every car that came up behind me seemed attached to me by a shoelace and delighted in letting me know that their horn worked. Never again. Good post though for those of a stronger nerve than me.



It's really easy to use public transport too. From Verona to the centre. There is then a bus from Verona to Garda although without a car in Garda may limit you a little. Garda is lovely to drive and Verona is much less crazy than say Rome, it's actually quite 'sleepy' by comparison to some Italian cities.
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August School Holiday on a budget? 1 Week in Bulgaria (Golden Sands), flights, sea view room, breakfast, transfers £197.73pp - whole family of 4 £790.92 @ booking.com
School holiday on a tight budget? If you thought getting a school holiday deal under £200 was impossible, read again! This is a deal to Golden Sands in Bulgaria, departing from Luton on 1 August for … Read more
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stave

Remeber with august it start to head into there stormy weather and … Remeber with august it start to head into there stormy weather and hurricane season! I go to riviera maya 12 june for 2 weeks all inclusive with my wife and 2 children and its cost me 3900 including prebooked seats in a 5* so you will find something!



Enjoy your holiday, thats a good deal you have got. I`m off to Madeira in August, 10 nights in a beautiful 4 bed villa with large pool. Weighed in at just over £3000, inc. flights for 2 adults + 3 children. Cant wait!!

Rustyness

1st family foreign holiday! Already cost us the best part of £500 for … 1st family foreign holiday! Already cost us the best part of £500 for passports.My goal is Mexico all-inclusive, but finding any deal for two adults and three kids ( 12,13 &14) in August is more than our 3.5 k budget.Might just leave it to the last minute for a bargain.



Remeber with august it start to head into there stormy weather and hurricane season! I go to riviera maya 12 june for 2 weeks all inclusive with my wife and 2 children and its cost me 3900 including prebooked seats in a 5* so you will find something!

we went there once on a cheap deal, I'd gladly have paid triple just go get home after two days. oh ....my.....god it is awful

tek-monkey

They increase costs at times of high bookings, so yes.


I thought that was obvious..nobody goes there in the winter

andreasuk

​You think holiday resorts abroad increase the price because of school h … ​You think holiday resorts abroad increase the price because of school holidays in England?



Yes they do this is why my holiday nearly half the price before and after the summer holidays
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From Bristol: August School Holiday to Sardinia based on 2A 2C in flights, car hire, apartment with sea view £304.12pp
Another brilliant value school holiday deal, this time from Bristol. Leaving Bristol on 17 August and returning 24 August. You fly into Olbia in Sardinia and I've included a four door car hire for th… Read more
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Sophiasky

When I click on the link, it says that I have to book accommodation via … When I click on the link, it says that I have to book accommodation via Easy Jet - how do I select an option just for the flights (so that I can then go to Booking.com for accommodation)? Thank you.



Try this link

easyjet.com/en/

When I click on the link, it says that I have to book accommodation via Easy Jet - how do I select an option just for the flights (so that I can then go to Booking.com for accommodation)? Thank you.

Great find on the flight prices, and at nice times too.

Think I will stick with Poland.

Great price. Good find OP.

Very expensive when their though.
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Glamping pod stay for 2 with ensuite bathroom £24.50 per person at booking.com
Pod stay for 2 with bathroom ensuite less than £25 each
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if i wanted to sleep in a shed i would but think i will pass and go to a 5* hotel .

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kevlfc

i love glaming but the price need to be 50 for the stay not pppn



​it's £50 for 2 people per night

i love glaming but the price need to be 50 for the stay not pppn

Sleeping in a wooden shed on a golf course in Sandbach.

Just think about that.

Do they give you danger money in case you get hit with a golf ball?
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From Newcastle: Family of 5 August School Holiday to Tenerife £248.88pp based on 5 people @ booking.com (£1244.43)
This is a brilliant deal for a week school holiday to Tenerife from Newcastle 1-8th August based on a family of 5 - although the apartment does sleep up to 6 so you may be able to add another person f… Read more
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always get a car , north is best for me
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Top Rated London Hotel - £30 a night South Place Hotel via Booking.com
This is a blinding deal just booked a night in the South Place Hotel for a saturday night in May - £30 for a double room inc breakfast. Hotel gets loads of brilliant reviews. Looks to be lots of dat… Read more
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I'm waiting for the e-mail with the cancelation to put 1* on tripadvisor and a comment about this. This kind of error is not acceptable from a 5* hotel... err is human but blame booking for your error was very amateur.

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mine was cancelled too ! Said it was incorrectly priced so could have cash back - brilliant !

mariana191

So the hotel said that booking had some tecnical issues on tuesday... And … So the hotel said that booking had some tecnical issues on tuesday... And Agoda too? AH AH AH Contact the customer care of agoda and the customer care of the hotel... Its the best option.



Yeah I've sent them an email... I wasn't hopeful that I was getting a 3 night stay in London for £45 in a 5* hotel

So the hotel said that booking had some tecnical issues on tuesday... And Agoda too? AH AH AH

Contact the customer care of agoda and the customer care of the hotel... Its the best option.

mariana191

Let's see.. I think that booking will offer you other price... "This was … Let's see.. I think that booking will offer you other price... "This was incorrectly loaded by the property, the rates in the reservation are not possible for a 5 star Hotel.As per Booking.com Terms and Conditions, obvious errors and mistakes (including misprints) are not binding. (Please, check or terms and conditions on our website)."What is an obvious error? I never question the price because its not uncommon big promotions (sometimes airline companies sell flights for £1/£5/£10... and no one question that)... Anyway I will not accept other price or the cancelation... and if all fails I will use the power of social media.



My booking wasn't through Booking.com it was through Agoda.. I have all the confirmations and i haven't had anyone contact me to say otherwise?
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9 night road trip around Croatia, Bosnia and Montenegro for £192pp including flights, car hire and hotels @ booking.com
This deal is based on 2 adults flying out to Dubrovnik from London Gatwick on Tuesday 16th May returning Thursday 25th May. You will be staying for 3 nights in Dubrovnik, 1 night in Mostar, 1 night i… Read more
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Flew back from Croatia last night. Loved it. People were nice. Stunning scenery along the coast. Would highly recommend this a holiday destination. Drove from Split though Bosnia to Dubrovnik. No problems at all.

tovers93

Having been to the area last summer I'd make a couple of recommendations … Having been to the area last summer I'd make a couple of recommendations :1- Avoid Budva. It's tacky, plastic and is just a beach rammed full of Russians. Instead go in land to Lake Skadar and take a boat trip from Virpazar. It's beautiful! 2 - Niksic hasn't got much going for it. I'd suggest Cetinje and go up the mountain or go to Kotor instead. Podgorica isn't a very exciting place either! 3 - You'll need more time than you've allowed for border crossings, stick in an extra 30 Mins especially for non EU bordersHappy to help anyone out with further info if they wantVoted hot though as it's the framework for a brilliant trip!



Great post. Wife and I did a very similar trip last year. Sadly we didn't like Bosnia (people were not very friendly and stole the hub caps of our hire car lol).

However, Montenegro was incredible. Anyone thinking about this should really go there. We stayed AirBNB and the incredible fortress wall (smaller version of wall of china) was outside our balcony which was brilliant.

Loved Croatia so much we're returning in a few weeks. Great people, fantastic food, memorable scenery you won't forget.

We did a similar road trip last summer. Croatian coast from Slovenia then into Bosnia- specifically Mostar and Sarajevo. Amazing country totally underrated. Can't vouch for Montenegro but heard good things from friends who've been to Kotor. You need to ensure you're covered to cross borders between EU & non-EU. You will probably have to pay additional fees for this but it varies significantly between rental companies. Recommend you read the fine print beforehand to ensure you're covered (insurance).

ollie87

Sorry, what?



Complimentary legal tender off a tourist.

What's the "Airport fee" on vehicle-rent? Looks to be about £30, but what exactly is it?

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