London (UK) to Corfu (Greece) £ 43.98 Return Ticket

London to Corfu 43.98

London – UK (STN) to Corfu – Greece (COR) Return Ticket

Price: £ 43.98
Average Fare:  £ 180.00

Savings: £ 136.02

Airline: Ryanair
Date: 11.04.018 to 19.04.2018

Corfu Facts

  • Corfu was the only Greek island not conquered by the Turks.
  • The island was the cradle of culture and science. In Corfu was founded the first university or Greece, called the IONIAN UNIVERSITY and the first modern theatre and opera of Greece.
  • The island is famous for its large amounts of olive trees. There are about 4 thousand. 3% of the world`s olive oil comes from Corfu.
  • Corfu is an ideal location for a keen walker. The North of the island is fairly rugged with mountains, whereas in the south is Korission Lake, an inland lake separated by a thin strip of sand from the sea.
  • Fishing is still very popular on the island. There are three natural lagoons where most of the smaller fish served on the island is produced whereas the fishing boats go after the larger, more desirable fish. This fish is not only very tasty but far less polluted than most parts of the World thanks to the lack of heavy industries and oil rigs.

London (UK) to Istanbul (Turkey) £ 79.99 Return Ticket

London to Istanbul 79.99

London – UK (STN) to Istanbul – Turkey (SAW) Return Ticket

Price: £ 79.99
Average Fare:  £ 250.00

Savings: £ 170.01

Airline: Pegasus
Date: 14.03.018 to 22.03.2018

Istanbul Facts

  • Istanbul is the only city in the world which is both in Europe and Asia geographically.
  • Istanbul has the third oldest subway in the world, built in 1875. It’s 573 meters long and located in Tunel neighborhood at Beyoglu district. London subway was built in 1863 and New York subway in 1868.
  • Blue Mosque is the only mosque in Istanbul with six minarets, which is the maximum number you can have in a mosque.
  • Grand Bazaar is the biggest old covered bazaar in the world, with over 3.000 shops.
  • Hagia Sophia was the largest church in the world for about 900 years.

London (UK) to Enfidha (Tunisia) £ 75.29 Return Ticket

London to Tunisia 75.29


London – UK (LGW) to Enfidha – Tunisia (NBE) Return Ticket

Price: £ 75.29
Average Fare:  £ 230.00

Savings: £ 154.71

Airline: Thomas Cook Airlines
Date: 21.02.018 to 14.03.2018

                                                                           Tunisia Facts

  • As the most northern country in the continent of Africa. It calls both Algeria and Libya neighbors, along with the gorgeous coastline of the Mediterranean Sea where the city Hammamet embodies beautiful resorts that tourists have flocked to since the 1960’s. In addition, travelers can traverse through the magnificent Sahara Desert.
  • Tunisia’s population is approximately ten million made up of mostly Arab-Berber. Other minorities include Europeans from France and Italy.
  • Travelers are typically surprised to see a heavy influence of Roman archeology in Tunisia. These World Heritage Sites and museums are must-see’s, including the Carthage-related landmarks that are surely at the top of every itinerary.
  • Traveling throughout Tunisia requires a hired driver, especially if you’d like to visit cities outside of Tunis. The capital is also the only city with a proper metro system.
  • Fans of Star Wars have flocked to Tunisia to spot numerous filmmaking sites, including Djerba (Episode IV), Tozeur, Lars Homestead Exterior (Luke’s home), Mos Espa, Tataouine…and so many more.

London (UK) to Kuwait City (Kuwait) £ 201.62 Return Ticket

London to Kuwait 201.62

London – UK (LHR) to Kuwait City – Kuwait (KWI) Return Ticket

Price: £ 201.62
Average Fare:  £ 520.00

Savings: £ 318.38

Airline: Atlasjet
Date: 20.02.018 to 26.02.2018

Kuwait Facts

  • Kuwait is the only country in the world with no natural water supply from lakes or reservoirs but it did open its first grass golf course in 2005.
  • The Kuwaiti Dinar, the official currency of Kuwait, is the highest-valued currency in the world. One Kuwaiti Dinar equals 1,000 fils. Their currency is available in both coins and notes in different denominations.
  • There are more than one million non-nationals living in the country, citing better trade and job opportunities. The majority of this population migrated to the coastal region after the discovery of oil. As of 2016, its total population consisted of 69% immigrants.
  • Kuwait has 3 towers. The smallest tower is used for projecting lights onto the other two towers. The second tower is used as a water reservoir. And lastly, the largest has a revolving restaurant and revolving view deck giving a scenic view of Kuwait City and bordering cities.
  • The national bird of Kuwait is the falcon. It is found everywhere and also seen on the currencies and stamps.

London (UK) to Nairobi (Kenya) £ 337.97 Return Ticket

London to Nairobi 337.97

London – UK (LHR) to Nairobi – Kenya (NBO) Return Ticket

Price: £ 337.97
Average Fare:  £ 337.97

Savings: £ 342.03

Airline: Alitalia
Date: 28.03.018 to 4.04.2018

Kenya Facts

  • Mount Kenya: Mount Kenya is Africa’s second highest peak and like Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, you don’t need special training to reach Point Lenana, one of its highest peaks. The area is home to rare species of animals as well as spectacular lakes, mineral springs, and forests.The Fourteen Falls in Thika is one of the longest and steepest waterfalls in Africa.
  • The “Big Five” animals can all be found in Kenya. These animals are rhinos, leopards, lions, buffalo, and elephants.
  • Masai Mara Game Reserve: The Masai Mara Reserve is the most popular wildlife park in Kenya. From July – October you can witness the incredible migration of millions of wildebeest and zebra. The Maasai tribesman also offers cultural tours which really add to the experience.
  • Lamu is one of Kenya’s oldest towns, settled by the Swahili about 700 years ago. More recently discovered by backpackers, Lamu is a great place to unwind and wash off the dirt and grime accumulated from some hard traveling. No matatus or mini-buses here, just donkeys and the sound of the ocean waves.

Milan (Italy) to Belem (Brazil) £ 327.10 Return Ticket

Milan to Belem 327.10

Milan – Italy (MXP) to Belem – Brazil (BEL) Return Ticket

Price: £ 327.10
Average Fare:  £ 710.00

Savings: £ 382.90

Airline: TAP
Date: 27.03.018 to 07.04.2018

Belem Facts

  • There are several options to cruise the mouth of the Amazon from Belem (besides extended river cruises upstream towards Manaus or to Macapa at the other side of the Amazon delta). 
  • Today Belem is still the most important port city of northern Brazil (in fact, it is the gateway to the Amazon). The city has some interesting colonial and republican architecture, which is currently renovated more thoroughly than in the past. 
  • Marajó Island (Ilha de Marajó) — 3 hours by boat (to Porto Camará) The Shield of the Ocean, in local native language… The Marajó Island is the main reason – together with Amazon river cruises – for leisure travelers to end up in Belem. Often called the largest river island in the world (40,100 km2 / 15,480 sq. mi.: Switzerland sized)
  • Daily high temperatures average around 26 degrees Celsius (or about 79 degrees Fahrenheit) all year around. This climate creates the ideal environment for tropical rainforest vegetation to abound, giving the city a really beautiful aesthetic aspect.
  • Goeldi Museum offers a world-famous ethnological and zoological collections on the Amazon. The museum has a zoological-botanical garden, sheltering manatees, alligators, snakes, monkeys, birds and other Amazonian animals, an aquarium and the ethnology museum itself. Don’t miss the collection of Marajoara ceramics, Indian artifacts, stuffed birds and old photos.

London (UK) to Bangkok (Thailand) £ 305.15 Return Ticket

London to Bangkok 305.15

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

Price: £ 305.15
Average Fare:  £ 650.00

Savings: £ 344.85

Airline: KLM
Date: 13.03.018 to 21.03.2018

Bangkok Facts

  • There are three very famous temples in Bangkok, which we recommend you go and visit, but these three are nothing compared to the vast number of temples there are in the city altogether. There are over 400 wats (the Thai word for temple), so there’s just no way you could get to see them all.
  • Bangkok is fondly referred to as the ‘Venice of the East’ due to its active nightlife scene as well as having as many canals as Venice in Italy. It is also called ‘City of Angles’ due to its fascination with city planning.
  • The culinary exploits of the Thai people are unrivalled in Southeast Asia. From jasmine rice to Pad Thai dishes, you will be treated to the best food you can find in Southeast Asia.
  • It is the world’s most visited city, according to the Global Destinations Cities Index, ahead of London. It will welcome 16 million international arrivals this year.

London (UK) to Ho Chi Minh (Vietnam) £ 314.76 Return Ticket

London to Ho Chi Minh 314.76

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

Price: £ 314.76
Average Fare:  £ 640.00

Savings: £ 325.24

Airline: Airchina
Date: 21.05.2018 to 11.06.2018

Vietnam Facts

  • The Forbidden Purple City is a palace that was only able to be accessed by the royal family and their servants. As the name suggests, it was forbidden to everyone else.
  • Vietnam is also home to the world’s largest cave, Son Doong.
  • Vietnam’s street food culture is quite popular and considered by many to be one of the best in the world.
  • Foreigners have the option of applying for a Temporary Residence Card, which is cheaper and easier to process than a visa.
  • In Vietnam, motorbikes are everywhere! According to the Ministry of Transport figures from 2013, of the 90+ million population, 37 million were registered with a motorbike and only 2 million with a car.


London (UK) to Milan (Italy) £ 27.97 Return Ticket

London to Milano 27.97

London – UK (LHR) to Milan – Italy (BGY) Return Ticket

Price: £ 27.97
Average Fare:  £ 120.00

Savings: £ 92.03

Airline: Ryanair
Date: 15.04.2018 to 17.04.2018

Milan Facts

  • The Teatro alla Scala is the largest opera house in Europe – each performance can be enjoyed by over 2,000 spectators. The opera house also has a museum so you can glance its stage even without a ticket for an opera performance.
  • It is estimated that a third of the Filipino population of the world lives in Milan.
  • Milan, the fashion capital of the world, is home to the headquarters of many high fashion brands, like Versace, Pucci, Gucci, Dolce and Gabbana, Prada, Armani. People here are always up to date with fashion trends.
  • Milan is home to two of the strongest teams in the Italian football League clubs Inter and Milan. Milan is owned by ex Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, who is a big football fan. Both teams play at the San Siro stadium which is considered to be the largest stadium in Italy.
  • The Milan tram network is the most developed in Western Europe.

London (UK) to Dar es Salaam (Tanzania) £ 310.98 Return Ticket

London to Dar es salaam Tanzania 310.00

London – UK (LHW) to Dar Es Salaam (DAR) Return Ticket

Price: £ 310.98
Average Fare:  £ 650.00

Savings: £ 339.02

Airline: Airfrance
Date: 21.04.2018 to 05.05.2018

Tanzania Facts

  • Tanzania is a place where nature is at its wildest. It is surrounded by three great lakes of Africa – Lake Victoria, Lake Tanganyika and Lake Malawi. Vast swathes of Savanah grasslands decorate Tanzania’s hinterlands and the real beauty of the country shines through its amazing biodiversity and wildlife.
  • Freddie Mercury, the frontman vocalist, and songwriter of rock band Queen was born in Zanzibar, Tanzania
  • Lake Victoria also happens to be the largest tropical lake and the second largest freshwater lake in the world.
  • The most famous national park of Tanzania is the Serengeti National Park when a million wildebeests cross over to the Masai Mara National Park in Kenya. This migration is so epic, that it is named as one of the seven natural wonders of the world.
  • As a tourism booster, the government has set up hot-air balloons in the Serengeti National Park.