London – UK (GTW) to Islamabad – Pakistan (ISB) Return Ticket
Price: £ 337.56
Average Fare: £ 670.00
Savings: £ 332.44
Airline: Turkish Airlines
Date: 22.04.018 to 16.05.2018
London – UK (STN) to Girona – Spain (BRE) Return Ticket
Price: £ 16.48
Average Fare: £ 140.00
Savings: £ 123.52
Date: 18.04.018 to 02.05.2018
London – UK (STN) to Bremen – Germany (BRE) Return Ticket
Price: £ 6.48
Average Fare: £ 150.00
Savings: £ 143.52
Date: 18.04.018 to 25.04.2018
London – UK (GTW) to Goa – India (GOI) Return Ticket
Price: £ 279.23
Average Fare: £ 670.00
Savings: £ 390.77
Date: 14.04.018 to 29.04.2018
London – UK (STN) to Kutaisi – Georgia (KUT) Return Ticket
Price: £ 51.97
Average Fare: £ 380.00
Savings: £ 328.03
Date: 22.04.018 to 3.05.2018
Amsterdam – Netherlands (AMS) to Kuwait City – Kuwait (KWI) Return Ticket
Price: £ 162.00
Average Fare: £ 450.00
Savings: £ 288.00
Date: 23.05.018 to 5.06.2018
London – UK (STN) to Edinburgh – Scotland (EDI) Return Ticket
Price: £ 25.98
Average Fare: £ 120.00
Savings: £ 94.02
Date: 1.05.018 to 8.05.2018
London – UK (LHR) to Hong Kong (HKG) Return Ticket
Price: £ 319.27
Average Fare: £ 640.00
Savings: £ 320.73
Date: 23.05.2018 to 05.06.2018
Hong Kong Facts
- Dim sum originated here in southern China and means “touch the heart”. These tiny bites of goodness were created as snack food for travelers and today are an essential part of local culture.
- Hong Kong’s half-mile Mid-Levels Escalator is the world’s longest covered escalator.
- You probably know that Hong Kong means “fragrant harbor” in Chinese, but did you know that every time you utter the word “Kowloon” you are saying “nine dragons”? Folklore says that when a young emperor noticed the area’s eight hills, he named the land “eight dragons,” until his servant pointed out that the emperor should be considered a dragon too, making nine. Kow sounds like “gau” or nine in Cantonese, and Loon is like “lung” or dragon.
- A famous Hong Kong landmark, the bronze Big Buddha located on Lantau Island is one of the world’s largest seated Buddhas and is 34 meters high.
- A foodie paradise, Hong Kong has one of the highest numbers of restaurants or cafes per capita and is also the place to score the cheapest Michelin-starred food on the planet.
London – UK (LHR) to Auckland – New Zealand (AKL) Return Ticket
Price: £ 498.05
Average Fare: £ 760.00
Savings: £ 361.95
Date: 22.05.2018 to 29.05.2018
New Zealand Facts
- Although it is around the size of Japan, New Zealand’s population is just over four million, making it one of the world’s least populated countries.
- New Zealanders love their cars! 2.5 million cars for 4 million people (including the kids) makes New Zealand’s car ownership rate one of the highest in the world.
- Head to Dunedin (named for the Gaelic name for Edinburgh) to see some of Scotland’s influence on New Zealand architecture and culture. You can even check out Larnach Castle, New Zealand’s only castle!
- Taumatawhakatangihangakoauauotamateapokaiwhenuakitanatahu is the place name that all your family would hate if they had to send you birthday cards. The 85-letter town in Hawke’s Bay is in the Guinness World Records for the longest place name in the world.
- It’s no wonder New Zealand is known for its incredible scenery when so much of the country has been carefully protected and preserved. A visit to some of the national parks is an absolute must.
Milan – Italy (MXP) to Rio de Janeiro – Brazil (GIG) Return Ticket
Price: £ 274.30
Average Fare: £ 750.00
Savings: £ 475.70
Date: 11.02.2019 to 19.02.2019
Rio de Janeiro Facts
- Rio de Janeiro or simply ‘Rio’ is the capital of the Brazilian State of Rio de Janeiro and the third largest metropolis in the country with a population of 6.3 million people.
- Christ the Redeemer landmark on the top of Corcovado Mountain is one of the most recognized features of Rio and has on several occasions been named one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
- Brazil’s most famous dance – samba – has its origins from the African slaves that worked on the plantations in the State of Rio de Janeiro.
- With over 50 kilometers of white and golden sand beaches, Rio is Brazil’s tourism capital.
- There are more than 200 samba schools in Rio. The city gets more than 3 million international tourists every year.