London (UK) to Stockholm (Sweden) £ 15.46 Return Ticket

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London – UK (STN) to Stockholm (NYO) Return Ticket

Price: £ 15.46
Average Fare:  £ 110.00

Savings: £ 94.54

Airline: Ryanair
Date: 7.02.2018 to 13.02.2018

Stockholm Facts 

  • The city’s subway is also known as the world’s longest art gallery, with the majority of its stations being adorned with paintings, sculptures and mosaics.
  • Stockholm is the second most visited city in the Nordic countries.
  • Stockholm Globe Arena is currently the largest hemispherical building in the world.
  • Stockholm’s oldest remaining building – the Riddarholmskyrkan – is used as the final resting place of Swedish monarchs. It was built in 1270.
  • The Swedish capital is situated on 14 islands, connected by 57 bridges. Therefore, no matter where you happen to find yourself, water will be close by. Stockholm has 96 beaches.
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Milan (Italy) to Mahe Island (Seychelles) £ 331.23 Return Ticket

Milan to Seychelles 331.23

Milan – Italy (MXP) to  Mahe Island – Seychelles (SEZ) Return Ticket

Price: £ 331.23
Average Fare:  £ 730.00

Savings: £ 398.77

Airline: Turkish Airlines
Date: 23.10.2018 to 31.10.2018

Seychelles Facts

  • Seychelles is an archipelago of more than 155 islands.
  • Victoria, the capital of Seychelles, is the smallest in the world and can be easily explored on foot in less than a day.
  • Bird Island is home to the heaviest land tortoise living in the wild, Esmeralda, who tips the scales at 670 pounds.
  • Seychelles is the right place to visit if you want to see unique endemic species. These include the paradise flycatcher, the warbler, the jellyfish tree, and the female Coco de Mer, which is the world’s heaviest nut.
  • Almost half of the limited landmass in the country is occupied by national parks and reserves. This is in support of the government’s various environment and ecosystems protection and conservation policies.

 

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

Iceland

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) to New Delhi (India) £ 293.10 Return Ticket

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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.

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

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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London (UK) to Cancun (Mexico) £ 229.00 Return Ticket

London to Cancun 229.00

London – UK (LTN) to Cancun – Mexico (CUN) Return Ticket

Price: £ 229.00
Average Fare:  £ 630.00

Savings: £ 401.00

Airline: TUI
Date: 16.01.2018 to 30.01.2018

Cancun 

Cancun is located in Quintana Roo, where Mayan culture shines on every corner.  Surrounded by the breathtaking Caribbean Sea, soft coral sands, and the striking shade of blue that emerges from its crystal-clear waters, a visit to Cancun will make you wonder whether you are in a dream or else. The splendorous and mystical ruins will take you on an incredible journey back to the Mayan civilization. The archaeological zone of El Rey or El Templo del Alacrán (The temple of the scorpion) will amaze your eyes, and if you are into nature, you’ll love Xel-Ha, a natural aquarium that will make you feel as if you are waking in a dream. Visiting the Secret River will take you closer to the Xibalbá, the Mayan underworld, and Xcaret, the most important eco-archaeological park in the country, will offer its charm so you can blend with the jungle. By the way, this splendorous place is why Cancun has been named the second most attractive destination for summer vacations in 2016 by Trip Advisor. The range of options for tourists of all ages that Cancun offers, go beyond your imagination, from Its trendy nightlife, one of the hottest in the country, to its underwater museum, Cancun has it all for travelers looking to have the vacation of their life.

London (UK) to Basel (Switzerland) £ 19.98 Return Ticket

London to Basel 19.98

London – UK (LTN) to Basel – Switzerland (BSL) Return Ticket

Price: £ 19.98
Average Fare:  £ 170.00

Savings: £ 150.02

Airline: Ryanair
Date: 11.01.2018 to 15.01.2018

Switzerland

Look beyond the chocolate, cuckoo clocks and yodeling – contemporary Switzerland, land of four languages, is all about once-in-a-lifetime journeys, heart-racing Alpine pursuits and urban culture. Switzerland’s ravishing landscapes demand immediate action – grab boots, leap on board, toot bike bell and let spirits rip. Skiing and snowboarding in Graubünden, Bernese Oberland and Central Switzerland are winter choices. When pastures turn green, hiking and biking trails abound in glacier-encrusted mountain areas and lower down along lost valleys, glittering lake shores and pea-green vineyards. Variety is the spice of rural life in this rich, earthy land where Alpine tradition is rooted in the agricultural calendar and soaring mountains are a dime a dozen. Travels are mapped by villages with timber granaries built on stilts to keep the rats out and chalet farmsteads brightened with red geranium blossoms. Ancient markets, folkloric fairs, flag waving and alp-horn concerts engrave the passing of seasons in every soul. 

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Rome (Italy) to Salvador (Brazil) £ 343.40 Return Ticket

London to Salvador 343.40

Rome – Italy (FCO) to Salvador -Brazil (SSA) Return Ticket

Price: £ 343.40
Average Fare:  £ 740.00

Savings: £ 396.60

Airline: TAP
Date: 8.05.2018 to 14.05.2018

Salvador

Africa meets South America in the staggeringly beautiful northeastern state of Bahia. The heady blend of two seemingly disparate cultures – classic Portuguese architecture and African drum beats, Catholic churches and Candomblé (Afro-Brazilian religion) – is unique, and for most travelers, truly intoxicating. Bahia’s centerpiece is Salvador, a jewel-box colonial city with gilded churches, cobblestone streets, lively festivals, powerful percussion reverberating off old stone walls and capoeiristas battling against the backdrops of 16th-century buildings. Beyond the city limits, Bahia awaits with more than 900km of coastline, World Heritage–listed sites, deserted beaches and paradisaical islands. In the south, idyllic coastal villages attract vacationers and divers, while inland, the spectacular Parque Nacional da Chapada Diamantina features waterfalls and quiet hiking paths waiting to be explored.

London (UK) to Ponta Delgada / Azores Archipelago (Portugal) £ 39.98 Return Ticket

London to Acores 39.98

London – UK (LTN) to Ponta Delgada / Azores Archipelago – Portugal (PDL) Return Ticket

Price: £ 39.98
Average Fare:  £ 220.00

Savings: £ 180.02

Airline: Ryanair
Date: 13.01.2018 to 20.01.2018

Azores Archipelago

This remote archipelago simply abounds with adventures; it is, in fact, the Hawaii of the mid-Atlantic. It has world-class whale watching, sailing, diving, hiking and canyoning; excellent surfing and other watersports; rich opportunities for on horseback, on bikes or, for the daredevils, by paraglider. Then there is the landscape itself: a wonderland of seething mud pots, fantastical caverns, and vivid crater lakes that speak of a volcanic origin. The Azores contain two of Portugal’s 15 Unesco World Heritage sites – the vineyards of Pico and the old town of Angra do Heroismo on Terceira – and three biospheres (Graciosa, Flores and Corvo). The regional government has bolstered this with an award-winning network of natural parks and marine reserves to safeguard the unspoiled environment. With the liberalization of the airline industry making the islands more accessible than ever before, the Azores look well placed to finally capitalize on their vast potential as a world-leading example of sustainable tourism.

London (UK) to Reykjavik (Iceland) £ 45.98 Return Ticket

London to Iceland 45.98

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

Price: £ 45.98
Average Fare:  £ 160.00

Savings: £ 114.02

Airline: Wizz
Date: 9.05.2018 to 18.05.2018

Iceland

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 between 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.