London – UK to Ho Chi Minh – Vietnam £ 312.63 Return Ticket

London to Vietnam 312.63

London – UK (LHR) to Ho Chi Minh – Vietnam (SGN) Return Ticket

Price: £ 312.63
Average Fare:  £ 620.00

Savings: £  307.37

Airline: Air China Airlines
Date: 17.01.2018 to 06.02.2018

Ho Chi Minh

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London – UK to Bridgetown – Barbados £ 279.00 Return Ticket

London to Barbados 279.00

London – UK (LGW) to Bridgetown – Barbados (BGI) Return Ticket

Price: £ 279.00
Average Fare:  £ 620.00

Savings: £  341.00

Airline: TUI Airlines
Date: 10.12.2017 to 24.12.2017


While it’s justifiably famed for its fantastic beaches, Barbados is an island that has it all. In addition to fine powdery sand and brilliant turquoise bays, you’ll find smashing nightlife, a Unesco World Heritage-listed capital, a beautiful interior dotted with gardens, and wild surf on the lonely east coast, all inhabited by a proud and welcoming populace.

London – UK to Bangkok – Thailand £ 310.93 Return Ticket

London to Bangkok 310.93

London – UK (LHR) to Bangkok – Thailand (BKK) Return Ticket

Price: £ 310.93
Average Fare:  £ 580.00

Savings: £ 269.07

Airline: Air China
Date: 07.05.2018 to 16.05.2018


With so much of its daily life conducted on the street, there are few cities in the world that reward exploration as handsomely as Bangkok does. Cap off an extended boat trip with a visit to a hidden market. A stroll off Banglamphu’s beaten track can lead to a conversation with a monk. Get lost in the tiny lanes of Chinatown and stumble upon a Chinese opera performance. Or after dark let the BTS (Skytrain) escort you to Sukhumvit, where the local nightlife scene reveals a cosmopolitan and dynamic city. It’s the contradictions that provide the City of Angels with its rich, multifaceted personality. Here, climate-controlled megamalls sit side by side with 200-year-old village homes; gold-spired temples share space with neon-lit strips of sleaze; slow-moving traffic is bypassed by long-tail boats plying the royal river; Buddhist monks dressed in robes shop for the latest smartphones; and streets lined with food carts are overlooked by restaurants perched on top of skyscrapers. And as Bangkok races towards the future, these contrasts will never stop supplying the city with its unique and ever-changing strain of Thai-ness.

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London – UK to Venice – Italy £ 19.98 Return Ticket

London to Venice 19.98

London – UK (STN) to Venice – Italy (VCE) Return Ticket

Price: £ 19.98
Average Fare:  £ 135.00

Savings: £ 115.02

Airline: Ryanair
Date: 05.12.2017 to 12.12.2017



Although there are days when tourists outnumber locals by two to one, Venice never loses its capacity to enchant. Summer brings some of the most daunting crowds, but there’s a reason why they come: the sheer loveliness of an exquisite city that seems miraculously built on water. It’s important to remember that, even at peak visitor times, you are never more than a bridge and an alley away from a more secluded city, full of secret campi (squares), handsome Gothic palazzi and lively neighborhood wine bars. In any season, Venice’s churches and museums offer antique glories aplenty, but there is also a vibrant contemporary art scene, even away from the Art Biennale.

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Brussels (Belgium) – Miami (USA) £ 244.30 Return Ticket

Brussels to Miami 244.30

Brussels – Belgium (BRU) – Miami – USA (MIA) £ 244.30 Return Ticket

Price: £ 244.30
Average Fare:  £ 550.00

Savings: £ 305.70

Airline: TUI Airlines
Date: 25.11.2017 to 2.12.2017


Chalk it up to Miami’s diverse population, or perhaps its love of always being on the cutting-edge. Whatever the reason, creativity is one of the great hallmarks of this city. From art and design to global cuisine, Miami remains ever on the search for bold new ideas, which manifest themselves in surprising ways. You’ll find brilliantly inventive chefs blending Eastern and Western cooking styles, sustainably designed buildings inspired by South Florida ecosystems and open-air galleries where museum-quality artwork covers once derelict warehouses. The one constant in Miami is its uncanny ability to astonish. When the sun sets and the brilliant colors of a South Florida sunset fill the sky, that’s when the best part of the day begins for Miami’s party people. By moonlight, all the magic of the city unfolds, in its salsa-filled dance halls, swanky candlelit lounges, and rooftop bars with sweeping views over Biscayne Bay and the glittering city skyline. While there’s plenty of bling on display, Miami has something for all, from backyard bars full of indie rockers to hidden dens of debauchery concealed behind neon-lit taco stands. Few cities are as blessed as Miami when it comes to natural beauty. Sparkling shores lapped by aquamarine waters set the stage for a memorable array of adventures, from sunrise strolls along peaceful stretches of Mid-Beach to scenic paddles in search of manatees off Virginia Key. You can look for colorful bird species while walking the trails of Oleta River State Park, or simply enjoy some downtown greenery while lounging in Bayfront Park. With year-round sunshine and a love for celebration, the open-air is also where Miami’s biggest parties unfold – whether at massive music and dance festivals or the neighborhood fiestas that pack Miami’s cultural calendar.

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Barcelona (Spain) – Mauritius £ 338.82 Return Ticket (Stopover London)

Barcelona to Mauritius 338.82

Barcelona  – Spain (BCN) to Mauritius (MRU) Return Ticket

Price: £ 338.82
Average Fare:  £ 760.00

Savings: £ 421.18

Airline: British Airways and Iberia
Date: 22.01.2018 to 6.02.2018

Note: Stopover London Gatwick


Mauritius is rightly famed for its sapphire-blue waters, powder-white beaches and, yes, luxury resorts that provide a front-row seat onto some of the most beautiful views in the Indian Ocean. These are places of the utmost refinement, of impeccable service, of facilities that range from pampering spas, designer rooms and extensive watersports options to dreamy swimming pools, expansive palm-strewn grounds, and world-class restaurants. Your stay will live long in the memory and will have you dreaming of a return. Partly that’s because of the supreme levels of comfort and luxury. But it’s also thanks to the resorts’ discretion and warmth, and the unmistakable sense of being treated like royalty. What to do, what to do? Lie on a beach all day? Or enjoy the wonderful range of activities on offer? Either way, you can’t really lose and there’s not much you can’t do here on the water – highlights include kitesurfing, boat excursions to the beautiful islands of the lagoon, and the full suite of paddling activities offered by hotels and beach operators. But the diving and snorkeling here is terrific, encircled as Mauritius is by shallow waters, a coral reef, sublime underwater topography and a dramatic ocean drop-off. On land, you’ll need to decide between fabulous hiking, horse riding and even championship-standard golf courses. 

London – UK to Toronto – Canada £ 294.71 Return Ticket

London to toronto 294.71

London – UK (LGW) to Toronto – Canada (YYZ) Return Ticket

Price: £ 294.71
Average Fare:  £ 640.00

Savings: £ 345.29

Airline: Westjet
Date: 1.02.2018 to 11.02.2018


There is a fresh international buzz about Toronto. Perhaps it’s the influx of flush new residents from across the globe; or was it the Pan-Am Games that shone a spotlight on Toronto? Either way, this is a city that is waking up to its own greatness.

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London – UK to Oslo – Norway £ 9.98 Return Ticket

London to Oslo 9.98

London – UK (STN) to Oslo – Norway (TRF) Return Ticket

Price: £ 9.98
Average Fare:  £ 140.00

Savings: £ 130.02

Airline: Ryanair
Date: 14.11.2017 to 21.11.2017


Norway is a once-in-a-lifetime destination and the essence of its appeal is remarkably simple: this is one of the most beautiful countries on earth. Impossibly steep-sided Norwegian fjords of extraordinary beauty cut gashes from a jagged coastline deep into the interior. Glaciers, grand and glorious, snake down from icefields that rank among Europe’s largest. Elsewhere, the mountainous terrain of Norway’s interior resembles the ramparts of so many natural fortresses and yields to rocky coastal islands that rise improbably from the waters like apparitions. Then, of course, there’s the primaeval appeal, the spare and staggering beauty of the Arctic. And wherever you find yourself in this most extraordinary country, these landscapes serve as a backdrop for some of Europe’s prettiest villages.

London (UK) to Fez (Marocco) £ 33.98 Return Ticket

London to Fez 33.98

London – UK (STN) to Fez – Marocco (FEZ) Return Ticket

Price: £ 33.98
Average Fare:  £ 110.00

Savings: £ 76.02

Airline: Ryanair
Date: 03.12.2017 to 06.12.2017


An ancient breeding ground for scholars and artisans, imams and gourmands – Fez is a supremely self-confident city with a historical and cultural lineage that beguiles visitors. And there is something intangible raw about a place where 70,000 people still choose to live in the maelstrom of a medina so dark, dense and dilapidated that it remains the world’s largest car-free urban area. Donkeys cart goods down the warren of alleyways as they have done since medieval times and ruinous pockets loom around every corner – through a government drive to restore Fès el-Bali to its former glory is spurring changes.

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Amsterdam (NL) to Singapore £ 292.97 Return Ticket

Amsterdam To Singapore 292.97

Amsterdam – NL (AMS) to Singapore (SIN) Return Ticket

Price: £ 292.97
Average Fare:  £ 670.00

Savings: £ 377.03

Airline: Singapore Airlines
Date: 26.11.2017 to 26.12.2017


Is a city-state in Southeast Asia. Founded as a British trading colony in 1819, since independence it has become one of the world’s most prosperous countries and boasts the world’s busiest port. Combining the skyscrapers and subways of a modern, affluent city with a medley of Chinese, Malay and Indian influences and a tropical climate, with tasty food, good shopping and a vibrant night-life scene, this Garden City makes a great stopover or springboard into the region. Singapore is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world for a lot of reasons. One of which is the less stringent entry requirements.

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