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9 nights Prague + Vienna + Budapest for 2 people inc Hotels + Return Flights + Train Transfers £229pp (£458 total) @ Groupon(Crystal Travel)
Posted 15th AugPosted 15th Aug
9 night break for two people to Prague, Vienna and Budapest including hotel accommodation at a choice of hotels, return flights and train from Prague to Vienna and Vienna to Budape… Read more

They have their fair share, the rain and the wind make it feel cold, but also bring heat themselves. Continental weather is easier to get used to, but it is pretty miserable in Winter.


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Yep some awesome places .. Gdansk is very pretty and some nice craft ale cafes helped a lot ... So did the £6 each way flights on Cryanair .. We paid about £100 each for Friday , Saturday fly home Sunday , good flight times , excellent hotel , breakfast ,the lot ,last November . Was -2 at night but dry and made sitting in the bars and restaurants really warm and cosy . Polish folks were awesome and the place very clean .. Cheap food and drink to boot . Looking at Brno , Bratislava , or anywhere Eastern Europe with cheap flights tbh next


Ah, Ok. Let me try and have a think. Did 2 Nights in Vienna, 3 nights in Brat and 3 nights in Buda. Flew in to Vienna and flew out of Buda. Work out which way round the flights work out the cheapest. Flights were like £60. Train travel wasnt much. Probably about £50 as well I think. I stayed in hostels so the accomodation was about £60. However, this is great deal if you can find someone to share the hotel costs. Vienna was the the most expensive. Buda and Buda are cheap as chips.


Been to Minsk that's was also really interesting,working my way east gradually .... :)

2 nights in Budapest with Return Flights & Szechenyi Spa Entry at Choice with Hotels from £134.30 per couple (£67.15pp) with code @ Groupon
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Posted 8th JulPosted 8th Jul
Use code STAYORGO at basket - I absolutely loved budapest when i went, really friendly, clean and well priced on food and drink. From just £67.15pp via London. Flying from other A… Read more

Yeah, I have read before that these deals with groupon are rubbish and can be done cheaper/better by doing the booking yourself.


So booked the holiday: Bought voucher for the 10/12/19 - They had no availability so had to fly 16/12/19 with Ryanair - The flights were going to come in at 11pm, and leave at 6am so paid for a change. - They charged an additional £12 for these amendments - Paid for an upgrade to a 4* hotel, but now sadly realise its next to a very busy road. Probably could have now got the package cheaper just going direct via Expedia etc.


Not specifically related to this deal but is Groupon any good?. The only time I used it was to get a deal on Water Park entry. Only 'up front' info said the voucher was valid for a month ( this was just before Easter Holidays a couple of years back). So I registered, ordered etc and only then would it let you look at availability and it turned out there was no availability at all for the Easter Holidays and only a couple of week days for any other time within the months validity - which was useless as they were school days. I then had to go through the refund process. Absolute waste of time so thought 'never again' - but is it always that bad?.


I've heard that the Christmas markets in Budapest are amazing. I hope you enjoy yourself :)


Isnt it? :o

4 Nights Budapest Christmas Markets (December) - 3* Boat Hotel + LGW Return Flights  = £103pp (£207) @ Expedia
Posted 26th JunPosted 26th Jun
4 nights break in December to Budapest to coincide with the Christmas markets. Chosen accommodation is the Fortuna Boat hotel where you will stay on the river Danube, decent locat… Read more
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Couldn't agree more. It's one of the few affordable destinations during school holiday time and barring a few exceptions, there's a great selection of high quality accommodation available, with new ones opening all the time. If local flights were available to Budapest, I'd go there even more. Prices of accommodation have more than doubled over the last 8 years. Back then, even the 5 star hotels were amazingly affordable. The fully integrated public transport system is superb and best served with a travel pass which can be purchased in the airport arrivals hall.


I actually found a really nice AirBnB for the same price! A little closer to the center too and reviewed highly!


This is where I’ve been about 6 times to get my dental implants !😁


Love Budapest, but the Fortuna Boat Hotel reviews on TripAdvisor are far from stunning. There's plenty of reasonably priced better quality accommodation than this to be found, so pay a little more for a better experience unless a Duna view is a red line for you, in which case you'd be struggling to find anything cheaper.


It's on a boat.

5* 3 nights winter stay in Ritz Carlton Budapest - £299 pp (£598 total) @ Travelzoo (Fleetway)
Posted 22nd JunPosted 22nd Jun
Travelzoo have a deal for 3 night stay, including flights from London Stansted staying at the 5* ritz carlton in Budapest on certain dates from £299 per person. However if you fl… Read more
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It's based on 2 people sharing, so not able to do that, If you adjust to one person price increases to £569, don't forget to factor in min £19 if you want a later flight.


Yeah but still a good deal if you book the flight for the second person seperately.


Not as great as it first appears. It's per person. Flights for example date are only £63 booked independently (late flight return), means effectively that accommodation works out at £472 for 3 nights, if you want to change flight return time for this deal, the cost is from £19 extra pp ( otherwise flight return is morning,). Unless you particularly want The Ritz, then it is a good deal. Those not so fussed can get a very good rated 4 star for a lot less, in fact half term week ****hotel President and Mercury avg £350 INCL breakfast. Flights only slightly more, given its half term, at £79.44


If you book it for one can you pay for the tickets of a second person seperately?

One way flight to AMM (Amman, Jordan) for £13 on 27th March (From Budapest) + other cheap dates
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Posted 7th MarPosted 7th Mar
One way flight to AMM (Amman, Jordan) for £13 on 27th March (From Budapest) + other cheap dates
I was hesitant to post this as i'm not sure who would benefit from this but just incase this would interest someone I will post. I have stumbled across a one way flight albeit from… Read more
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I went In December to Amman from Edinburgh via Krakow and it was about 130 quid with priority. Flew to Krakow on Sunday afternoon then Amman the next day. Then back the following Monday both flights on same day with a few hours layover. Obviously it's a bit risky if there is long delays or cancellations since they aren't connected flights.


Think a little more research needs to be done. A return to Uk would be great via Poland or Bulgaria to complete the trip at the moment it's just one leg of the journey to Jordon


Buy a ticket for that ISIS girl!


What about the return leg or do we just stay in Jordan?


Fights as low as £17 from Stansted/Luton.

4 City European Break (Budapest; Venice; Berlin & Milan) £55 (March departures) @ Ryanair
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4 City European Break (Budapest; Venice; Berlin & Milan) £55 (March departures) @ Ryanair
Amazing price to see 4 European cities, with a sufficient amount of nights in each city to explore <3 All of the flights (apart from one) are at a good time too with most allo… Read more
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Make sure it's under 100mls. :D


If this was an acute incident, involving musculature, which after sometime felt unresolved and sore, I'd give it some heat, deep.


and transfers, and car rental ;)


Berlin is a class city, and literally everyone we spoke to had at least a decent level of English :).


I'd counter with, "no need for an angry face"

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4 nights in Budapest for just £83 each (total £172) including flights and central hotel @ Ebookers
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Posted 10th JanPosted 10th Jan
4 nights in Budapest for just £83 each (total £172) including flights and central hotel @ Ebookers
This deal is based on 2 people flying out from Doncaster on Monday 4th March, returning Friday 8th March and staying in Omega Guest House for 4 nights. March is a good month to vi… Read more
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I’m in Budapest now! It’s quiet and snowy :)




Budapest is one of my favourite cities! Hot from me!


Just back from there though I went to the aria Hotel. 4days is enough imo nice city seen it unlikely to revisit. Beer decent price for touristy areas



From London: Budget 2 Nights in Budapest £46.04pp @ Ebookers
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Posted 6th JanPosted 6th Jan
From London: Budget 2 Nights in Budapest £46.04pp @ Ebookers
If you don't want to fly with Ryanair, look away now! If you're after a budget two night break in Budapest this is a great bargain. Dates in March 4-6 flying from London. You wil… Read more

Great deal as always everyone whinging about Ryanair I've flown with them time and time again and had no problems and Budapest is an amazing city. Great deal in my book


I'm sure that will be a source of great comfort to these Ryanair passengers,


I visit Budapest every 2-3 months for work, love the city. The demonstrations can be a pain but no different than the usual UK train strikes. Or in my case, signal failures on the Tube. (excited)


Any flights from East mids or manchester?


Great price cost me more to get to a London airport (lol)

Budapest, Hungary - 2 Night Christmas Market Break With 4* Hotel Stay & Flights £69pp @ GoGroopie
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Budapest, Hungary - 2 Night Christmas Market Break With 4* Hotel Stay & Flights £69pp @ GoGroopie
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Great value, 2 nights from £69pp including Flights. The cheapest option is to fly from London, you can also fly from Manchester, but it's a massive jump in price. The cheapest da… Read more
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I stayed in a nice hotel in Pest. There's a very lively strip in Pest with cheap drink and food. I never encountered any drug dealers. However I did encounter 3 'ladies', at night. In my naivety I was thinking 'Ooooohhh 3 women talking to me. Result!'. Until 1 said 'You want sexy time?'. 'Wow you Hungarian women are forward.....ooooohhhhh'. Penny drops.


On our last visit we were staying right on Kazinczy Street (next to Bors and only about 5 doors down from Szimpla so right in the heart of things). The closest we came was some English lads in Instant asking me if I knew where to get anything, but that was about 2am in a club. Weird that we didn't see anything else for 2 weeks, I'll be upset if I'm now too old to get offered drugs.


Don't know what part you went to but after 7/8pm it was absolutely littered with them. Every few yards it was "cocaine?". The taxi drivers were also gesturing 'snorting' to me and friends.


Us and all our friends fell in love Pest and can't wait to go back there. We didn't see any drug dealers either (even in the places you'd expect in District VII) but like any city they will be there. My best mate lived in Pest for a few years until last year and he says there's much less of a drugs culture than over here. Taxis are notoriously dodgy in Budapest, like a lot of European cities. Apart from basic overcharging it's been known for people to get their change back in another currency (Indonesian notes or something equally worthless) or get ripped off in other ways. Thankfully there's no real need to use them as the public transport system is absolutely brilliant, and cheap too - buses, trams, metro and trolley bus, it's a really extensive and efficient network.. If you really must get a taxi for some reason then download Taxify and use that - it works in the same way as Uber (except you can either pay by card on your account or in cash) and you won' get ripped off. Tonnes of stuff - tripadvisor will give you more of an idea for the standard sightseeing stuff like St. Stephen's Basilica, Castle Hill etc but for family stuff we loved the Zugligeti Libego Chairlift, the Labyrinth caves, an amazing and unforgettable trip doing 360s and other stunts in a speedboat on the Danube with RedJet, Aquaworld, Margaret Island, thermal pools etc. For adults there is the House of terror, loads of amazing ruin bars and clubs, some great exhibitions, Xmas markets etc. Both the kids and adults loved the Pinball Museum - cheap to get in with absolutely loads of pinball tables and arcade games from the 50s to present day on freeplay.


Wouldn't bother trying still trying to get my money back after they can't honour the advertised deal. 69 per person from London on 10th or 11th. I even let them check for any other day that week and they still can't match it.

£129pp – Budapest Christmas market trip w/tours, fr Bristol @ travel zoo
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£129pp – Budapest Christmas market trip w/tours, fr Bristol @ travel zoo
What's included from Bristol selected nov-dec dates but other airports at a different price Return flights Three nights at the 4-star Marmara Hotel Budapest, in a Standard Room… Read more
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Cold! So hopefully my wife doesn't see it!


budapest chrostmas markets are a total rip off, they push all the prices up 5 fold for tourists, food that normally would cost a pound is almost six at the markets. i was there year before last so i'd expect it to be even more now. it was -8 at the coldest when i was there, the homeless people i gave food and blankets too were very ungreatful. we found an english pub that wasn't even remotely english that had happy hour bogof cocktails and £1.30 a litre beer though. shame the city is full of miserabkle faces and most shops and bars full of miserable and rude staff.


I spoke on line, it said £129 per person on 17 Th November, they emailed me a quote for £599 for 2 people. Vote Freezing.


Apprently i cannot suggest Hungary is unsafe. Jeeez what a website


Nothing in that article suggests Hungary is unsafe?

Budapest, Hungary -  2-3 Night Christmas Market Break With 4* Hotel Stay & Flights from £59pp @ GoGroopie
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Budapest, Hungary - 2-3 Night Christmas Market Break With 4* Hotel Stay & Flights from £59pp @ GoGroopie
Good value, 2 nights from £59pp, 3 nights from £99pp including Flights. Cheaper options are flying from Stansted but Manchester also aval at a higher cost :) Deck the halls… Read more
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If anyone is interested, late night bus from the airport was absolutely fine. Accidentally bought a normal ticket (only £1) but driver pointed it out. Got the correct £3 ticket and were on our way


We've just booked but while on the phone found it cheaper elsewhere, although told we cant cancel as the voucher has just been redeemed!...we purchased one £59 ticket this morning then didnt realise (it says min of 2 vouchers) so went to buy another and the £59 had sold out so had to spend £79 on another ticket over the phone! .....then while booking found it cheaper (annoyed)


Ha ha ha (lol) (lol) . Might be an idea.


Come on Beth, let’s show them and book for the two of us (devil)


Is it really expensive at Xmas market.

Long weekend in Budapest (3 nights) for £84 each (total £168) including flights and central accommodation @Expedia
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Posted 25th Jul 2018Posted 25th Jul 2018
Long weekend in Budapest (3 nights) for £84 each (total £168) including flights and central accommodation @Expedia
This deal is based on 2 adults flying out from Manchester on Saturday 10th November returning Tuesday 13th November. I’ve chosen the centrally located Maverick Hostel. Don’t be put… Read more
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Just worth noting that, there is a higher probability of your flight being cancelled with Ryanair.... (based on the last few years) and my personal experience. And the attitude like this:


Are you sure you’re looking at the right dates? I checked a few minutes ago and it’s still the same price


Good offer, thanks


Nice find


Fab place to visit Budapest. The walks around the castle are amazing. Really value for money on food and drinks and friendly people..

From London: Budapest, Vienna & Prague 1 Week Trip 12-19 June £199.99pp Inc Flights, Accommodation and Train @
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Posted 11th Apr 2018Posted 11th Apr 2018
From London: Budapest, Vienna & Prague 1 Week Trip 12-19 June £199.99pp Inc Flights, Accommodation and Train @
This is a June week long holiday to Budapest, Vienna and Prague for under £200pp. It includes flights, accommodation and travel travel between Budapest and Vienna and Vienna and Pr… Read more
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I did based it on two people and I'd check the accommodation as sometimes you may end up paying the same price for a single person in a double room. If you don't mind hostels you may get better deals.


Usually these prices are for a pair, but try the above links by putting one person and check what prices comes up? Let us know... I would be interested. £200 for a week is a bargain esp in summer time


Can you book for just one person at £199.99 or does it have to be for 2 people at £399.99? (y)


Wow now this is tempting


Budapest and Prague were really good, weather is good at that time of the year too

2 Nights in Budapest 4* Spa Hotel inc Breakfast & Flights £72.68pp with MADMARCH discount code @ gogroopie /
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2 Nights in Budapest 4* Spa Hotel inc Breakfast & Flights £72.68pp with MADMARCH discount code @ gogroopie /
Use discount code MADMARCH to get an extra 8% off Stay at: Fly from: Gatwick, Stansted or Luton on 9th,… Read more
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You can easily spend a week in Budapest, and you wouldn’t be able to see 1/10 of the things worth checking out... all the spas, the pubs, street food, the mountains the squares, restaurants, markets, etc. It is best to go from early spring tho, because it is really cold there compared to the UK (also there’s less textile on the gorgeous Hungarian girls &#x1F92B;)


Absolutely no way; but maybe it would give you just a little taster. I doubt you would really want to use the Spa either, unless you were going mainly for relaxing, then perhaps you would only want limited sightseeing anyway.


Are 2 days in Budapest enough?


I went to Malaysia island hopping with tour centre! Never again would I choose to go with them terrible service and completely misinformed me. Then on top of it lied and tried to make me out to be the one at fault, ruined what could have potentially been an amazing trip for the family


You right doesn't mention want time flights are, and you have to pay first

Prague, Vienna, Bratislava and Budapest: 8 Nights at a Choice of Hotels with Flights and Train Transfers from just £189pp @ Groupon using code
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Posted 9th Jan 2018Posted 9th Jan 2018
Prague, Vienna, Bratislava and Budapest: 8 Nights at a Choice of Hotels with Flights and Train Transfers from just £189pp @ Groupon using code
Note this ends Midnight - use code HOLIDAY, prices start from £189 using code at basket. As i said in another thread, would love to go back to Buda and this looks pretty good, plu… Read more
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Shame there is no option for a solo traveller, I wouldn't mind doing this trip at this price. I'd love to check out Vienna and Bratislava. I've been to both Prague and Budapest, they are both superb.


How fit are eastern block women. Goodnight.. They're the most beautiful in the world


what is vienna hotrod? I’m about to go there


heat for effort

4 Nights Budapest including flight £101.55pp @ Groupon
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4 Nights Budapest including flight £101.55pp @ Groupon
*Edit 15th Jan - deal back on use code COUNTRY* Thought this looked a good price to get away to Budapest. Can get 4 nights in Budapest including flights for £101.15 (pp) Details… Read more
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To be honest, I was there last June and found it just as easy to use the ATMs. You get the option of purchasing in Forints and letting your bank convert to GBP before charging your account, or purchasing in GBP with the conversion managed locally, I found the exchange rate to be better when buying in Pounds, but your bank may charge an international transfer fee.


We found it to be a very cheap holiday with teenagers who loved it, but I don't think they would have have enjoyed it particularly at the age of your little ones. There are some fun places like a sweet shop called Sugar I think where the toilets were even decorated in sweet type designs and Margaret Island ( lovely small Island in the middle of the Danube river with colourful water fountains) had some children's activities. They also have the poshest MacDoanlds you have ever seen by the big shopping Centre in a beautiful building. There is a zoo, but then there are a lot in the uk which are better in my opinion. When we went in the summer there is a square are with shallow chlorinated water in it outside the main train station and it was all adults sitting around the it with their feet in it, but did not see any children doing this.


Just the normal up selling with Groupon deals to worry about for Flights hotels etc. We were "pressured" to pay extra for an Iceland trip. If we wanted a hotel anywhere useful and flight times which were practical then we had to buy them there and then on that phone call, not available afterwards. It was the worst case of pressure selling ever. However the whole the trip was still a good deal but no where near the price we paid for the initial voucher. Just be aware really.


Thanks for the advice but we are used to this in the UK, even the politicians do trick us to make us believe that we are in safe hand


For the people going to Budapest, there are some firms in uk that can get you there to have all of your teeth needs at a split of the price than what you pay in UK

4-Night Prague and Budapest Stay inc flights from £101.15pp @ Groupon w/code
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4-Night Prague and Budapest Stay inc flights from £101.15pp @ Groupon w/code
Loved Budapest when i went and super cheap! Still want to go back and Prague is on my list todo so actually tempted by this! Use code BEST17 at checkout Also a 6 night offer b… Read more
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Voted hot, because it looks like a great deal, but that's not the case. I cancelled my Groupon vouchers (you have 14 days to do so too for a refund).Below is the quote they gave me when I tried to book. Initially the offer you the most inconvenient flights. If you want to change them, you have to pay an upgrade of £38 per person... even though the flights are not more expensive than the ones offered when I checked on Ryanair's site.Although they advertise it as 4 nights, they expected me to spend one of the nights on a train or bus... when I objected, they offered a flight upgrade for £25pp.


Can’t understand how they’ve explained the dates,it’s ridiculous.


Has anyone used this deal before? Tempting deal....but I am a bit concerned about the flights, airports, timings and transfer.If anybody has any info regarding this. Please share.


I've had my fill of Eastern Europeans and I've only just been to Tescos.


Train... 14-hour overnight seater train with two changes... or 14-hour bus service... or you pay extra to upgrade to a flight.

From London: Prague, Bratislava & Budapest Trip £209.10 £104.55pp @ Ebookers
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From London: Prague, Bratislava & Budapest Trip £209.10 £104.55pp @ Ebookers
Here is a great value short break to Prague, Bratislava and Budapest. It is only a 4 night break so it does involve some travelling. 24-26 February You'll fly from London to Pragu… Read more
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Too much of a rush!


Nice trip and price, but I'm not going to vote because it's so specific. There's plenty of short trips to be found like that if you are prepared to put some work in.


You could get a travel agent to do it, and probably pay a lot more. I always book everything seperatly, that way you get to pick everything yourself and don't pay a premium.


I've used Ryanair many times (probably around 20 times) and besides being late once about two hours, I've never had a problem.


too much booking - booking this in one place for one price will be worth it

Show deal: 4* Budapest hotel with indoor waterpark & breakfast from £38.50pp (return flights from £37) @ Holiday Pirates
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Show deal: 4* Budapest hotel with indoor waterpark & breakfast from £38.50pp (return flights from £37) @ Holiday Pirates
Pirates, we love finding really cool hotels in Europe so check out this awesome hotel in stunning Budapest that has it's very own aqua park. Rooms at this great hotel are very mode… Read more
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But his first love will always be the C


What happened to the pirates when the red ship crashed into the Blue ship? They were marooned


Surely you meant $2 a pair?


What's a pirate's favourite letter? R! What's a pirate's least favourite letter? Dear sir, Your internet access has been terminated due to illegal streaming &amp; downloading. Yours Sincerely, Internet Service Provider.



Budapest: 2-4 Nights at Sun Resort Apartments with Flights starting from £62.10pp (Based on 2 people) @ Groupon using code
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Budapest: 2-4 Nights at Sun Resort Apartments with Flights starting from £62.10pp (Based on 2 people) @ Groupon using code
LOVED Budapest when i went, loads to do, cheap & friendly, defo take a trip along the river and not forgetting the hidden arcade to throw you back into the 80s/90s https://www… Read more
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'citybreak' is not working


Is this with BA ?


Jeez an extra £100 per person to fly from Edinburgh!!


You can book a city tour and cruise at the hotel. We did.


Only winter dates available

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