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Return flight to Copenhagen (Departing London Southend / June departures)  £9 @ Opodo (Flight operated by Ryanair)
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Posted 7th JunPosted 7th Jun
Decent price for a return flight to Copenhagen :D You can also book directly through Ryanair for £1 more if you prefer :) Example dates: 18 Jun - 20 Jun 18 Jun- 27 Jun 2… Read more
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bartosz.lewandowski

Watch out with Opodo guys. Got a return flight to Sweden once for £1.98 and got charged £20.98 instead. Took me 3 months to get the money back, they came up with every single excuse possible not to do it.

Lisao73

I'd rather walk than fly With Ryanair

reindeer333

I saw some from Stansted earlier, but I will edit the deal, thanks.

peterszy

Sorry voted cold in error! Very good deal, lovely city, clean polite and lots and lots of bicycles! Very expensive though..

contom

you'll need to save on flights. Expensive place. My favourite bit was getting the train to malmo. They had a burger place called Tugg. So if you fancy a tugg. Malmo is the place to go.

2 Week Flights to Majorca & Berlin £48.79 (August Departure / Incorporates August bank holiday / Departing London Stansted) @ Ryanair
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Posted 7th JunPosted 7th Jun
I think this is an excellent price for an August trip to Europe which includes a trip to Majorca! This trip goes through the August bank holiday so you will not have to take off as… Read more
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Krzysztof_B

Yep in the hand luggage

almirh

Bring a tent

sm9690

Flights are a great price however I suspect that hotels in Majorca might be expensive for this time of year

absolutebeginner

Superb deal!

Aerolite Hard Shell Cabin / Carry on 4 Wheel case Priority Approved by Ryanair, easyJet, BA. £23.99 each or 2 for £39.99 Free p&p
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Posted 7th JunPosted 7th Jun
Aerolite ABS Hard Shell Cabin Hand Luggage 4 Wheel Suitcase Approved for Ryanair, easyJet, British Airways. Only £23.99 with Free Delivery or buy 2 cases for just £39.99 !! … Read more
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irin_ka

It's at £29.99 now

Gokhan_Bacak

Ordered the set of 3 for £50 earlier in year Bit scratched from travel but excellent quality in my opinion

trizinger28

Back in stock now fill yer boots!!!

susanlui

Bought these when they had offer not great used once and badly handed by airline

Pav.Va.Voom

2 for £39.99 are now out of stock

Billund, Denmark at under £50 return from London, Manchester & Edinburgh in Jun - Sep (Ryanair) Return from £25.98
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Posted 4th JunPosted 4th Jun
Long-weekend escapes to the home of Legoland during the summer months, as Ryanair has lowered fares on a number of routes today. You might even see the Lego Singapore Airlines A380… Read more
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Nerchio1

Seems to be pretty much the normal entry price I see from MAN to that location, no deal

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Flight to Santiago (Chile) & Barcelona £284 (Departing London Stansted) @ Level / Ryanair
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Posted 4th JunPosted 4th Jun
This is an excellent price to visit Chile and you also get to visit Barcelona too :) First you need to search for Barcelona to Santiago using the flight search function. Please,… Read more
peakbear

You don't think £284 return to Santiago is a good deal then?

snake-hips

Any experience of Level? looks a really good price

reindeer333

Visit neither implies that hotels are included or not. I agreed with you though that the title should have been clearer.

rachelandgromit

Torres del Paine is amazing and don't forget Avios for domestic flights in Chile. Spain is frequently the best option for South America. I've flown from Madrid and Barcelona to South America as I hadn't been to Madrid or Spain so actually wanted to see those places. I think I got Peru for £220 a few years ago but this did include hold luggage and meal etc. Just remember that baggage will be additional cost with Level as will food and drink. Hand luggage is a 10kg allowance and if you can meet the size requirements then this is a great value fare. With many options of leaving from other EU airports and using Ryanair, Easyjet to connect up, which I've done for years, it only tends to appeal to people who actually want to see the other EU city they are flying from as the majority see it as a chore. The only time I've found it particularly annoying is on the way home when I've normally when you have to check out, retrieve luggage and check in, all whilst having enough time in between flights in case of delays with your long haul... Going out I've always added in a pre long haul city break.

aceshigh

Pat Healy : Well, have you been to, uh well, let me see... Santiago, Chile? Norm : Twice last year. Which building's yours? Pat Healy : Are you familiar with the soccer stadium? Norm : Did you build the Estadio Olimpico? Pat Healy : No, just down the street the Celinto Catayente Towers. It's quite a fine example, in fact. I recommend that next time you're up that way that you drop in and take a gander at it yourself.

Mini Europe trip: Visit Gdansk, Stockholm, Prague & Copenhagen (Departing Stansted / June departure) £57 @ Ryanair
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Posted 2nd JunPosted 2nd Jun
I thought this was decent for a mini round Europe trip :) 1) London Stansted to Gdansk - 18th June - £12.99 2) Gdansk to Stockholm - 22nd June - £8 3) Stockholm t… Read more
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fearghal324

Painful

Blackgang

:) (y) (highfive) (party) (:I

joyf4536

I regret to say I have reached my dealing with idiots quota for this week, please call back after 7 days.

Blackgang

Wow you came on here to moan about the moaners, my advice stop moaning and use your time to go to "these amazing cities" (pirate) :)

Blackgang

Got it now I thought this was a real post by reindeer333, but it is just Ryan air self promoting hence your comment about "this thread" no wonder posters here are so against the truth and the whole picture.

KIPSTA Kipocket Sports Bag 20L Ryanair friendly 40cm X 20cm x 25cm perfect size £3.99 + free click and collect or £3.99 delivery @ Decathlon
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Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
Closest bag I could find for the no fee Ryanair bag. The sizing is validated in reviews.
harshiklacmane

Oh okay cheers (y)

aal01

It'll be easier to tell you the crew had their own Ryanair luggage

moneysm

How many people have the bag

moneysm

Depends on the clothes

harshiklacmane

How many pairs of clothes can get in the bag?

Return flight to Dinard (departing London Stansted) £3.98 @ Opodo (Ryanair)
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Posted 18th MayPosted 18th May
Crazy low price for a return flight to Dinard. The flight leaves tomorrow, returning on the 22nd May (you will need to enter these dates on the Opodo website). Hand luggage only an… Read more
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joyf4536

So often people who have never flown with Ryanair comment 'in places such as this'. I have flown on hundreds of Ryanair flights and never booked a specific seat - for 90 mins who bl00dy cares! If I don't sit next to hubby for 90 mins, I would pay extra for that if I had to so I can read. Two flights have been cancelled (Volcano and snow closed airport - neither anything to do with Ryanair) and I got rapid refunds. The odd flight has been seriously delayed due to weather/ATC/ etc but they got me there. They are (officially) the safest airline in the world. They are covered by the same regulations as every other EU airline. They have about 2000 flights each day on average so obviously the odd problem crops up. The average age of their fleet is 5.5 years (BA 13.5 years) (Jet 2 - rather not say - Google it)! I use Ryanair like a bus - I do not need/pay for ANY extras such as baggage/specific seats/priority boarding etc. I use Ryanair because BA, Air Fungus and so many others let me down too often. If you know what you are doing they can be VERY VERY cheap. They are not out to trick you just read what it says on the screen.The only problem is that just once in a while you have to share the plane with the odd m o r on - just like on other airlines. I speak as someone who has enjoyed business class in 4 of my last 8 flights (long haul) the other 4 were with Ryanair at less than £10 per sector. Some people wouldn't know a bargain if they tripped over it. WHAT THE &** K do you want for under £6 ????

joyf4536

I second that- and third that !!

drumboe

It's really bad idea to book a Ryanair ticket through a third-party site. Often you won't even be able to use the Ryanair app to check-in as the third-party company won't supply the relevant details.

Chiptivo

reindeer333

I am certainly not a bot XD The site makes money through pretty much every site (apart from Amazon and a few select others) so I do not understand your point. It is not like HUKD are going to make 50% more if you book through Opodo rather than Ryanair. I am simply just pointing out the cheapest price :)

Last minute flights to France for £2.99 each way @ Ryanair
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Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
I’ve stumbled across these last minute flights to numerous cities in France. There is limited availability on all destinations and it is super last minute but I hope they’re useful… Read more
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jwtravel18

Dinard is a cool place to visit! Booked

Madgick3

I was wondering this. I’ve been trying to boycott Ryanair wherever possible, but I recon I could risk going with them if I knew it was at their expense (lol)

ZaGaZ

https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.ryanair.com https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.ryanair.co.uk

petergriffin32

Agent huh, sounds cool.

kevin.webb

La Rochelle ... according to an old Tricolore book it was all happening there.

5 Nights in Warsaw (Including return flights/ Departing Stansted / September - November departures)  £50p/p @ Ryanair / a&o hostels
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Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
a&o hostels currently have an offer where rooms are available for just 2.5 euros per person per night to celebrate their Warsaw hostel opening. You'll need to search on the si… Read more
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JustExtreme

Nice deal looks like an interesting place to explore

Michaelgell91

I was looking at wroclaw yesterday funny enough, direct flights from my local airport (newcastle) really cheap in summer

spamabsorbed

And I would do exactly the same.. or Wroclaw maybe. :D

Michaelgell91

I don't understand what you're saying? What i am saying is it is a bargain to go to such a great place, many people overlook warsaw to go to krakaw or gdansk etc.

spamabsorbed

(skeptical) (skeptical) underrated you say... (lol) there are dozens of more interesting places in Poland.. (y) At 50pp that's great deal just for flights alone (y)

(May departures / Departing STN) Return flight to various French locations (Brive / Dinard / Tours / Poitiers / La Rochelle) £5.55 @ Ryanair
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Posted 9th MayPosted 9th May
Hand luggage only. Various dates available for each location. There are too many combinations to list here and it is very easy to see the available dates for each location by usin… Read more
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robdevil

And all will be canceled anyway ;)

ZapGod

You just eat the offered red pill

tightar5e

"Hand luggage only" is misleading, it's 1 small bag onboard (40cmx20cmx25cm). There is a £25 surcharge in each direction if you bring anything bigger that will be then placed in the hold, i.e. a standard cabinmax bag. It has to fit under the seat. So a £5.98 return flight, becomes a £55.98 return flight, if you don't exactly jump through Ryanair's hoops. Ryanair charge extra for normal sized onboard cabin luggage now. You need to buy 'Priority Boarding', to get the option to carry two piece of onboard luggage 1 small bag+1 Cabinmax bag, this is limited per flight. For the flight quoted there 13th May Stansted to Poiters the option of Priority + 2 Cabin bags is sold out. For all the negatives on here, Ryanair is fantastically cheap, as long as you know every 'gotcha'. I've never had a problem, but have seen plenty of people, especially families getting caught out by the rules. It's worth putting aside £50 (per person) for each flight anyhow, with the assumption that 1 in 10 flights something will happen, delay etc and/or have decent travel insurance if you can't afford to be left stranded, having to fund accomodation/the alternative flights yourself. Also, always take a screen shot of your Ryanair/Easyjet boarding pass, once it is generated, that little tidbit has saved me many a time, where gates have closed and the boarding pass disappears on some Apps.. Security staff will need the saved version to help you get through security, (if they are willing to help), you can't beat a backup printout of your ticket in those circumstances.

Chiptivo

They are always fine for me to be honest. Use about a dozen times a year.

Roberto86

That feature is called ‘Fare Finder’. You get to it by going to Plan > Explore > Fare Finder on the mobile webpage, not sure if the desktop one is the same or not.

3 nights in Strasbourg - £5.98 return flights! @ Ryanair
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Posted 9th MayPosted 9th May
Another super low priced trip overseas for a few hours landing at 10:20 and getting to the city centre for around 11:15 you'll have up to 4 hours in lovely strasbourg cheaper tha… Read more
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GwanGy

I went to Stans-Shed , didn't see any flights or duty free? just spiders and some rusty shears . best hoilday i ever had, those were the days my friend ..lalala ... :|

QuackCaptain

Well it’s not for you then, it’s still a cheap flight

AMO

Two separate things right? They use it cos its cheap but they hate it. A lot of people hate the tube but use it cos its fast. Not sure what the problem is.

ziggles22

slightly OTT

gedge_

Absolutely incredible deal, unlike anything I have ever seen!! (y)

2 day trip to Bordeaux - 2 people - £77.98 flights + Hotel with Ryanair
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Posted 9th MayPosted 9th May
cheap mini break to bordeaux france - staying under 2 miles from the city centre in a basic hotel but its somewhere to stop for the night! Other hotels available if you want to sp… Read more
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CannonPark

Love Bordeaux

stu888

Was in Bordeaux last year. Flew from Belfast with easyJet at end of September for around £40 return each. Lovely city and architecture, streets were bit dirty though with litter and dog (poo) . Stayed in an apartment for 3 nights. Would definitely go back

Jameseh

Hotel =/= Hostel

kevessex

Great deal. But what about all the yellow vests protests ?

mrtea1967

With your £1.70 bus transfer your friend ;) will see the queue for the carpark.You.Sorry,he can then ring the bell for the next stop.

Day Trip to Madrid - 15th May - £19.99 @ Ryanair
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Posted 8th MayPosted 8th May
Flights from stansted return trip to Madrid for a day on 15th may spend up to 7 hours in Madrid, go shopping, eat some local food or just enjoy being out of England for a day £20… Read more
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Glen75

I did this and got over 8 hours of time in Madrid to explore. Of course I regretted leaving for the airport at 9pm as I enjoyed the evening vibe. But for £20 I cannot complain.

Glen75

I’m heading out on Tuesday, will let you know how it goes.

Pateo

Granada local news asked Liverpool airport what's the average air fare to Madrid to see LFC? Answer £1000 wtf (annoyed)

jodyjones

The point that many have missed for me was that you don't need to use the return flight... Buying this as a two-way (using the outbound only), then buying a later (say 7 days) one-way inbound flight would probably have been cheaper than booking a 7-day return Ideal for someone travelling the globe

petergriffin32

The idea of two flights under £10 is good but in reality I would love to hear from anyone that's took up this offer for 20 minutes in Madrid.

Visit Copenhagen & Oslo (Including a 2 night return mini cruise from Copenhagen to Oslo) £27 (May / June departures) @ DFDS / Ryanair
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Posted 7th MayPosted 7th May
Use the code M9MAJ on the homepage :D Awesome price :D You need to book the cruise and flights separately. I suggest you first decide which dates you can make for the cruise (a… Read more
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ji29zard

Thank you Jack Dog :)

JackDog75

OK, in no particular order: Tivoli Gardens - https://www.tivoli.dk/en/ Little Mermaid - it's tiny, but again it's another one of those things you 'have to' see when you're in Copenhagen. You have two options, either walk to it (takes about 20 mins from town along the harbour front and is a nice walk on a good weather day), and you'll also get to see Amelienborg (the palace), the Opera House and Fredrik's Kirke (a big cathederal). Directly behind that is Kastellett, a 15/16C part of the city's defences and now the HQ for PET (the Danish Intelligence Service), you can walk through it and also see the memorial to all fallen Danish service personnel since WW2 , the Eternal Flame is also there. The other option is to do the Canal Boat cruise which you can pick up from Nyhavn (which is also a must see I guess, just don't eat there, it's for tourists!), take the boats on the far side of Nyhavn, not the ones at the top as they're more expensive! The boat takes you to see the Little Mermaid but you can't get off and do the tourist pictures with her. You should do the canal boat cruise anyway as it's a good way to see some of the city you wouldn't otherwise have time to visit. Christiania - it's an eye opener but relatively safe - just make sure you follow their rules (no running, no shouting and NO PHOTOGRAPHS! Although there's lots of pot dealers there (and more besides) it's safe enough). Round the corner from there is Copenhagen Streetfood (Address: Trangravsvej) on Paper Island (check opening hours), there's a load of different types of scoff in there and it's all pretty good and you get a nice view of the city. In the same area is a church called Vor Frelsers Kirke (vorfrelserskirke.dk). This is unusual as you can climb the outside of the spire and it gives a great view of the city - only go up it in good weather! You can get other good views of the city from the Parliament (Christiansborg Slot - www.christiansborg.dk), it used to be free to go up there, not sure now. There's also the Rundetarn (rundetaarn.dk) which is step free as it was designed for some king or other to walk his horse up. Stroget - is a long shopping street in the centre. Take the time to wander the side streets as there's little bits off on both sides. There's also a lot of bars and restaurants in that area, some not bad value. Carlsbery Brewery Tour - If you have time, then the carlsberg Brewery Tour (https://www.visitcarlsberg.com/#) is pretty good (but nowhere near as good as the Guinness tour if you've ever done that). If you do the tour make sure to add on the Jacobsen's tasting session (you get a couple of free beers anyway). Jacobsen's is Carlsberg's craft ale brewery and the tasting session is worth the extra 80NOK - top tip, if you do it make sure the other people on your table are Japanese tourists (or similar) as you'll get more beer and leave a bit pi$$ed :) There used to be a free bus that took you to the brewery as it's in Fredriksburg (a bit out of town) but you'd need to check for this time of year Bars - There's the bodega type which are basically small, smokey bars mostly used by locals, they're good craic but you come out stinking afterwards, they're the cheapest. There's the regular bars which are reasonably priced - The English Pub (opposite Tivoli), The Victoria Pub (Gammeltorv) is ok, then there's Strecker's and The Dubliner on Stroget. Basically there's no shortage of bars, you shouldn't be paying more than 60Kr for a beer and preferably a fair bit less. If you like gin there's the Bird and Churchkey, it's not particularly cheap but it's great for gin! Also try here as well if you get chance https://taphouse.dk it's not the cheapest but it has over 60 beers on tap! Ask for a sample before you choose one! You could also check out Warpigs but it might be a bit out of the way if you don't really know your way around - if you stump up for my flights, hotel and a bit of walking around money I don't mind being your guide ;) Can't really advise on restaurants as we rarely ate out in the centre It's a great city, clean, safe and easy to get around as it's fairly compact. Have a good time

ji29zard

I would be looking at 4 days 3 nights, probably on my own, like architecture/culture/sightseeing, not at all fussed about shopping ;)

winchman

Holmenkollen ski jump... Royal Palace Aker Bryggen

winchman

Haha.. Arhüs... Obviously 😁

Return flight from London Southend to Bilbao £8.30 or Venice £12 (May departures) @ Ryanair
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Posted 3rd MayPosted 3rd May
Hand luggage only, all available date options are listed below :) Southend to Venice Choose your dates, select one date from the depart list and one from the return li… Read more
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fc1999

It’s only a 2 hour flight. I’m sure I can survive

stuartc74

Oh the horror!! Not being able to sit together for an hour on a plane...where's the humanity!!

clarkey1976

I'm going to start telling people I live in London Reading 8)

bozo007

Sometimes, a break is good :p

DtheB

As a solo traveller who doesn't care about seat allocation, these deals are great. I've just returned from Faro after getting return flights from Southend for £5.98. As for Southend airport, its quick to navigate, a 15 second walk from the train station and as others pointed out, direct 75 minute train ride from central London.

Round the World Trip (London Stn / Berlin / Moscow / Beijing / Los Angeles / London LGW) £540 @ Various Airlines
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Posted 2nd MayPosted 2nd May
Great price for an around the world trip. Hand luggage only. You may be able to alter the dates slightly compared to the example given below, but this may add to the overall cost. … Read more
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rachelandgromit

If I was going to pay for a Russian and China visa I'd be spending longer than this deal and expect your itinerary to be analysed when you apply for a Russian visa, especially with that route. I spent 3 weeks in China and that wasn't long enough. Also perhaps work looking at transiberian route for part of this instead with stops in Lake Baikal and Mongolia instead, that way you have accommodation too for some of your route.

Bigfootpete

Round the world? Are they not aware that there is a southern hemisphere?

KRONENBOURG316

Add the cost of visas as well

WillRob88

If only these countries had washing machines. A boy can dream...

zworld

Flying round the world in budget airlines. Oh what fun!

Slazenger Cabin Bag (47x31x"22"cm) compliant with Ryanair 2 Bag Rule (55cm x 40cm x 20cm) was £24.99....now £9.99 in-store (£14.98 delivery)
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Posted 1st MayPosted 1st May
But of a heads up as I have just made a special trip to Luton Airport to check it does fit ok, and it does (and staff confirmed for me). I was a bit concerned, as it is advertised… Read more
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savsac29

No click and collect will try in store

hughwp

is this the 19" or 22" they are 9.99 or 14.95 70% off deal at local the small one quite small

Dipesh_Madlani

Picked one up in the Watford store for £7.99 about a month ago.. still ok price

NorfolkandChance

An excellent deal, all but the largest case is showing out of stock though. This one is in stock at £24.99 plus shipping > 34in suitcase > Weight: 3.8kg > Height: 84cm > Width: 49.5cm > Depth: 30cm > Capacity: 96L

heather.green

Link just worked for me. Try again. Hope it works and that you are not disappointed again. Good find cheers.

£19.97 Day Trip To Madrid - Wed 22nd May from Stansted - Ryanair
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Not going to be for everyone i get that but cheap flights from stanstead. Cheaper than some travel cards into London. If you fancy it ill see you on the plane (mines a beer) if not… Read more
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yadiyada

Got kids? Watch the documentary. Taking a head in the sand approach now just exacerbates the potentially irreversible threats facing the next generation. And for what? A totally forgettable afternoon in Madrid 💤💤💤 Climate Change - The Facts: www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m00049b1 via @bbciplayer

blendell91

Well you carry on worrying mate. Ill enjoy my little trip to madrid. Enjoy your day

yadiyada

Don't be a straw man argument goon. We're talking about taking two flights in order to see a Spanish city for an afternoon. It's a horrific use of what should be considered a precious resource. And no, I cycle everywhere. 13,480km since October. I do not take flights...though *may* take one next year. And yes, I've been abroad...many times. I regret it now given the scale of the threat we face. But you cannot change behaviour when you don't comprehend the problem. We should all recognise the risks now...and in recognising these risks, such 'deals' should be considered socially and ethically irresponsible.

blendell91

I take it you walk everywhere then and never have been abroad and only emit natural gases (annoyed)

yadiyada

A day trip to Madrid. Sweet bejesus people...get those heads out of the sand; www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m00049b1

Return flights to the Azores from Manchester £69.98 (July) at Ryanair
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UPDATE: Still some cheap deals available, best price currently £34.99 each way for 28th June to 12th July. Original thread with lots of info in it: https://www.hotukdeals.com/… Read more
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tek-monkey

I fly back on the 21st :D

Carim_Virgi

A beautiful island!

tek-monkey

As for car hire, only had one experience and it was bad. And it was here! Someone smashed our mirror, not a lot we can do but we had insurance so it didn't matter. We told the hire company this, the woman said we wouldn't get our money back and should have paid her. Stupid really, she wanted £175 for a weeks cover and the damage was only £150 anyway! But regardless, she made a big deal about how we should always use the car hire companies insurance. When home we tried to claim and discovered the rep had put the charges down as internal cleaning, which is not covered. Took us 4 months to get the money back. That was Goldcar, needless to say we shan't be using them again.

tek-monkey

Damn it, now I've ordered it too! I've been told there are trails maps available at the airport, so be sure to look out for them when you arrive, although they will just be basic paper ones.

zeberdys

Thanks for that link plenty to look at now ordered map found Topcash have 10% off so be rude not to and always like a map of places we go if possible. Car was sorted using Skyscanner that came up with Discovery car hire that sounded a bit suspect registered in Latvia but they booked it via Wayzor who have some good reviews 208 or similar have jutst emailed Wayzor with booking ref to confirm its valid as does seem to good to be true ?? Will definitely cover Excess with bettersafe one of MSE recommendations. Having said that recently used rentalcars.com through skyscanner who booked me a car with Kelly in Majorca they are cheap offshoot of Europcar where you collect from. All was fine less than £10 a day for a Yaris had loads of damage that was detailed so did not even seem interested in checking when returned would definitely use them again. Car hire is great but can be a nightmare !!!

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