London (UK) to Reykjavik (Iceland) £ 40.98 Return Ticket

London to Reykjavik 40.98

London – UK (LTN) to Reykjavik – Iceland (KEF) Return Ticket

Price: £ 40.98
Average Fare:  £ 160.00

Savings: £ 119.02

Airline: Wizz
Date: 11.05.2018 to 25.05.2018


Regular volcanic eruptions have hewn dramatic landscapes across Iceland’s islands, and the natural scenery is unparalleled around the world. This forbidding and the mostly barren land was first settled by the hardy Norse and their legacy is intertwined with nearly all Icelandic life.Although the coastal edges of Iceland have been claimed for towns and villages, the centre remains uninhabitable, and its spectacular alien vistas remain a strong draw for artists and tourists alike.The influence of the island’s underlying molten magma is never far from sight, with hot springs, geysers and boiling mud pools all to be explored. The volcanic heat is directly contrasted by Iceland’s snowy climate, though northerly temperatures are tempered by warm air from the Atlantic’s Gulf Stream, meaning that it is never uncomfortably cold.One of the biggest natural draws for visitors is the spectacular Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights. Often visible from October to March, nature’s famous light show spreads a dazzling cape of colour across the night sky. The aurora is caused by particles colliding high in the Earth’s atmosphere, but all thoughts of science are quickly forgotten when you first set eyes on the real thing. Icelanders have harnessed the power of the volcanoes in many innovative ways, from heating to cooking. One of the best ways visitors can experience this is by taking a dip in one of the many naturally heated outdoor pools scattered around the island. Iceland’s geography is reflected in its people – quiet and brooding by day, they have a fiery, excitable heart hidden just below the surface, ready to erupt at any moment. Norse legends permeate Icelandic culture, particularly the Íslendingasögur, or Sagas of Icelanders, which tell of early inhabitants of the island with stories featuring adventure, murder and even ogres. This sense of the magic has never truly left Iceland, and many of its inhabitants will still insist they believe in the existence of mythical creatures such as elves. The country’s capital Reykjavík is where modernity meets the past; known as the nightlife capital of the north, due to its wide range of pubs and bars which often stay open well into the next day, the city is a melting pot of artistic culture. Recently Iceland has spawned internationally successful musicians such as Björk and Sigur Rós, and a thriving music scene means there is certainly more to come. Iceland is a unique and exciting country, with a vibrant nightlife and magical landscapes which have waited thousands of years for you to explore. 

London (UK) – Mauritius £ 279.00 Return Ticket

London to Mauritius 279.00

London – UK (LGW) to Mauritius (MRU) Return Ticket

Price: £ 279.00
Average Fare:  £ 760.00

Savings: £ 481.00

Airline: TUI
Date: 21.01.2018 to 05.02.2018


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 snorkelling 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 Venice (Italy) £ 29.99 Return Ticket

London to Venice 19.99

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

Price: £ 29.99
Average Fare:  £ 135.00

Savings: £ 105.01

Airline: Ryanair
Date: 22.02.2018 to 28.02.2018



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 neighbourhood 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.

London (UK) to Toulouse (France) £ 9.98 Return Ticket

London to toulouse 9.98

London – UK (STN) to Toulouse – France (TSL) Return Ticket

Price: £ 9.98
Average Fare:  £ 120.00

Savings: £ 110.02

Airline: Ryanair
Date: 29.01.2018 to 31.01.2018


Ochre rooftops and blushing brick churches earned Toulouse the nickname ‘La Ville Rose’ (the pink city). Its enchanting Vieux Quartier (Old Quarter) is a dreamy jumble of coral-coloured shopfronts and churches. Beyond the old town, Toulouse sprawls into France’s fourth-largest metropolis. It’s an animated, hectic place, but Toulouse – nestled between a bend in the Garonne River and the mighty Canal du Midi – is invigorated by its waterways. Toulouse has one of the largest universities outside Paris: at its core this southwestern French city is home to students and scientists. French aeronautical history continues to be innovated in the Airbus factory outside town.

London (UK) to Oradea (Romania) £ 19.97 Return Ticket

London to Romenia 19.97

London – UK (STN) to Oradea – Romania (OMR) Return Ticket

Price: £ 19.97
Average Fare:  £ 110.00

Savings: £ 90.03

Airline: Ryanair
Date: 1.02.2018 to 27.02.2018


Romania’s capital gets a bad rap, but in fact, it’s dynamic, energetic and fun. It’s where still-unreconstructed communism meets unbridled capitalism; where the soporific forces of the EU meet the passions of the Balkans. Many travellers give the city just a night or two before heading off to Transylvania, but that’s clearly not enough. Allow at least a few days to take in the good museums, stroll the parks and hang out at trendy cafes. While much of the centre is modern and garish, you’ll find splendid 17th- and 18th-century Orthodox churches and graceful art nouveau villas tucked away in quiet corners. Communism changed the face of the city forever, and nowhere is this more evident than at the gargantuan Palace of Parliament, the craziest and crassest tribute to dictatorial megalomania you’ll probably ever see.


London (UK) to Manila (Philippines) £ 293.07 Return Ticket

London to Manila 293.73

London – UK (LHR) to Manila – Philippines (MNL) Return Ticket

Price: £ 293.73
Average Fare:  £ 550.00

Savings: £ 256.27

Airline: Airchina
Date: 05.06.2018 to 26.06.2018


With more than 7000 tropical islands to choose from, the Philippines is a beach bum’s delight. There’s an island to suit every taste, from marooned slicks of sand in the middle of the ocean to volcanic escapes concealing hidden lagoons, to sprawling mega-islands such as Luzon and Mindanao. Sun worshippers and divers should head straight to the Visayas, where island-hopping opportunities abound and the perfect beach takes many forms. More adventurous travellers can pitch a tent on a deserted stretch of coastline in Palawan and play solo Survivor for a few days. The Philippines is justifiably famous for its beaches, but sporty types need not feel left out. While surfers are just catching on to the tasty waves that form on both coasts, divers have long been enamoured of the country’s underwater charms. Northern Palawan is perfect for sea kayakers, and Boracay and Pagudpud (North Luzon) are world-class kiteboarding destinations. Back on terra firma, trekking can be done just about anywhere, while mountain-bike and canyoneering tours are gaining popularity. And the Philippines is also, unofficially, the zipline capital of the world. The Philippines is a land apart from mainland Southeast Asia – not only geographically but also spiritually and culturally. The country’s overwhelming Catholicism, the result of 350 years of Spanish rule, is its most obvious enigma. Vestiges of the Spanish era include exuberant town fiestas (festivals) and centuries-old stone churches. Malls, fast-food chains and widespread spoken English betray the influence of Spain’s colonial successor, the Americans. Yet despite these outside influences, the country remains its own unique entity. The people are, simply, Filipinos – and proud of it. Welcoming, warm and relentlessly upbeat, it is they who captivate and ultimately ensnare visitors. We’ve all had it happen: your trip to paradise is ruined by torrential monsoon rain. Rather than let the weather defeat you, in the Philippines travellers can embrace meteorological uncertainty and use it as an excuse to go with the flow. This is a place to dispense with advance bookings and when the going gets rough (or wet), migrate to fairer climes. Domestic travel is cheap and fun. Do your homework too – Palawan and the western seaboard are pretty darn wet from July to September, so go east during this time (unless there’s a typhoon brewing).

London (UK) to Dubai (UAE) £ 207.00 Return Ticket

London to Dubai 207.00

London – UK (STN) to – Dubai – UAE (DWC) Return Ticket

Price: £ 207.00
Average Fare:  £ 390.00

Savings: £ 183.00

Airline: Ryanair and Wizz
Date: 16.04.2018 to 24.04.2018


Dubai is a city and emirate in the United Arab Emirates known for luxury shopping, ultramodern architecture and a lively nightlife scene. Burj Khalifa, an 830m-tall tower, dominates the skyscraper-filled skyline. At its foot lies Dubai Fountain, with jets and lights choreographed to music. On artificial islands just offshore is Atlantis, The Palm, a resort with water and marine-animal parks.

London (UK) to New Delhi (India) £ 293.10 Return Ticket

London to New Dehli 293.10

London – UK (LHR) to New Delhi – India (DEL) Return Ticket

Price: £ 293.10
Average Fare:  £ 640.00

Savings: £ 346.90

Airline: Air France
Date: 2.11.2018 to 17.11.2018

New Delhi

Where labourers haul sacks of spices and jewellers weigh gold on dusty scales, to modern New Delhi, with its colonial-era parliament buildings and penchant for high tea. Then on to the future: Gurgaon, a satellite city of skyscraping offices and glitzy malls. This pulsating metropolis has a bigger population than Australia and is one of the world’s most polluted cities. But woven into its rich fabric are moments of pure beauty: an elderly man threading temple marigolds; Sufi devotional songs; a boy flying a kite from a rooftop. So don’t be put off. Delhi is a city that has been repeatedly ravaged and reborn, with vestiges of lost empires in almost every neighbourhood. There’s so much to experience here, it’s like a country in itself.

Oslo (Norway) to Los Angeles (USA) £ 222.87 Return Ticket

Oslo to Los Angeles 222.87

Oslo – Norway (OSL) to Los Angeles – USA (LAX) Return Ticket

Price: £ 222.87
Average Fare:  £ 620.00

Savings: £  397.13

Airline: Lufthansa
Date: 11.02.2018 to 20.02.2018

Los Angeles

London (UK) to Dublin (Ireland) £ 19.97 Return Ticket

London to Dublin 19.97

London – UK (LTN) to Dublin – Ireland (DUB) Return Ticket

Price: £ 19.97

Average Fare:  £ 115.00

Savings: £ 95.03

Airline: Ryanair

Date: 16.01.2017 to 23.01.2017



Dublin, capital of the Republic of Ireland, is on Ireland’s east coast at the mouth of the River Liffey. Its historic buildings include Dublin Castle, dating to the 13th century, and imposing St Patrick’s Cathedral, founded in 1191. City parks include landscaped St Stephen’s Green and huge Phoenix Park, containing Dublin Zoo. The National Museum of Ireland explores Irish heritage and culture.

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