From Nottingham/East Midlands: 6-8 December 2 Night Xmas Market Break to Wroclaw Total £35.93pp (£55.91 total for two) @ Accor Hotels
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From Nottingham/East Midlands: 6-8 December 2 Night Xmas Market Break to Wroclaw Total £35.93pp (£55.91 total for two) @ Accor Hotels

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Found 2nd Oct
Oh wow, how's this for a bargain break!

Leaving on 6th December, returning on 8th December, 2 nights in Wroclaw.

Book flights on ryanair.com £39.96

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Book hotel on accorhotels.com for £15.95. You have a choice of hotels in this price the Ibis budget Wroclaw Poludnie or the Ibis Budget Wroclaw Stadion, both near metro stops.

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Total £55.91/£35.93pp

You'll need to add on transport to and free airport, either public transport, taxi or shuttle.

Wroclaw, Poland
21 Comments

nice prices but whats the chances of these getting cancelled, since ryanair have just cancelled more of peoples flights.

Ill think ill pass , It's not even worth the gamble,

However, I bet O'leary will be chasing the now redundant Monarch pilots and first officers to join him.

Anyone who books with these jokers might get what they deserve, O'Leary will never take another penny of mine.

Its a good deal, but cant see Oreilly Air, still being in business by christmas!

Ryanair? No chance.

I actually looked at this the other day. The Stadion hotel seems fine, better than the other one. A bit out of the city and very basic but OK for 2 nights.

It's a beautiful city with great food and very few tourists compared to Krakow. Therefore much cheaper too! Well werth a visit, espeically at this ridculous price!

zippypants1 h, 52 m ago

Ill think ill pass , It's not even worth the gamble, However, I bet …Ill think ill pass , It's not even worth the gamble, However, I bet O'leary will be chasing the now redundant Monarch pilots and first officers to join him.


He can't - different type of plane used - monarch pilots not trained for those Ryan air use

goatspicy50 m ago

He can't - different type of plane used - monarch pilots not trained for …He can't - different type of plane used - monarch pilots not trained for those Ryan air use


Different locations too so pilots would need to relocate. They'd also need to be tested for sanity too if they applied!

Ha, Ryanair, why would you take the risk after the shyster way they dealt with the current issues

Nice prices but what about weekend breaks for two within the next month for someone who lives in Manchester and doesn't want to travel too far Rachel? any deals? Let a man know.. say hello to gromit for me.

Heated.

Doesn't the title need changing to state the destination?

hotel is miles from xmas market - do you really want to go shopping & having to haul your swag for a 35-40min trip on public transport.

jools200110 h, 46 m ago

Its a good deal, but cant see Oreilly Air, still being in business by …Its a good deal, but cant see Oreilly Air, still being in business by christmas!


why? the flights cancelled was a small % of the daily flights. Also, the flights cancelled as reported in numbers was for the whole of europe, not just the UK. Its only about 12 flights a day affecting the UK.

It wont stop me flying with them if they are the only ones that serve my route.

We're appalled, we're angry, we're belligerent, we're resolute, we calm down, we mellow, we forget, we forgive, we get tempted, we accept, we fly again. Just wait and see.

If you are in the east midlands on those dates you'd be far better off heading to Lincoln for their Christmas Market:
lincoln-christmasmarket.co.uk/
Edited by: "swelsbyuk" 3rd Oct

Most profitable airline in Europe - There is no chance of them going bust, but there is every chance they’ll try and screw you over. Deliberately misleading passengers over their rights is deplorable. How they thought they could get away with it is perplexing.

Saying all that, I’m tempted by this. Absolutely beautiful city, loads of little streets, bars and restaurants to explore, and the Christmas market is highly rated, not like some of the krappenfests the markets in the uk have morphed into.

Northerndave12 h, 54 m ago

Ha, Ryanair, why would you take the risk after the shyster way they dealt …Ha, Ryanair, why would you take the risk after the shyster way they dealt with the current issues

Because they are cheap.

Lovely place to visit. If you go, be sure to try and find as many of Wrocław's dwarfs as you can!

sunkissed17 h, 9 m ago

nice prices but whats the chances of these getting cancelled, since …nice prices but whats the chances of these getting cancelled, since ryanair have just cancelled more of peoples flights.



They have had a slap on the wrist and promised that all cancellations are already announced, plus they must re-route you on a rival airline if they cancel at short notice ....sounds good to me

Not sure abotu the area but lovely airport Wroclaw!

Two nights away to burn that much aviation fuel. The world has gone mad if you ask me. That's probably 700 litres of aviation fuel per passenger. All that Co2, plus who knows how much oxygen gets depleted from the atmosphere. Just seems so wasteful. Maybe okay very occasionally. Just a shame it's not cheaper to holiday here.
Edited by: "supermann" 3rd Oct
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