IN need of a short city break? Somewhere to refresh your mind, soak up the culture, and give your closet a high fashion boost?
Then head to the global capital of fashion, Milan.
It ticks all the boxes for a perfect city break: art, culture, entertainment, mouth-watering food – and, of course, shops.
You’d be staying at the Hotel Berlino, situated in the Certisa district in Milan: a perfect base for exploring the famous city.
And if you want to spend a little more time there, you can extend your trip – a three-night stay with breakfast and flights is available for only £89pp. Find out more here.
You can choose to fly out from London Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, Southend, Manchester, Birmingham and Edinburgh airports.
The deal is valid for the travel dates starting in April up until September 15.
TripAdvisor recently revealed the list of the best rated destinations around the world, with London landing at the very top.
Thinking about an all-inclusive beach break? Head to Majorca for a seven-night stay for just £255pp.
Or if you’re more of a road-trip kind of person, head to the Scottish Highlands, Lake District and Route 66 as they are named best routes for a relaxing drive.
Our tips for finding top holiday offers
There are plenty of choices to make with breaks away – even after you’ve decided on a destination. Here’s how you can ensure you’re getting a good deal
BOOK LAST MINUTE If you’re able to look last minute you’ll often find good deals, as companies look to encourage bookings and fulfill availability.
SPECIAL OFFERS Great offers depend on travel companies’ willingness to cut prices, but some companies maintain a special offers section – like Jet2Holidays. Deal sites like Travelzoo are also worth checking.
BE FLEXIBLE Flexibility of travel dates and connections can save you money. As can travelling outside of peak periods, or – if not travelling with children – outside school holidays.
SET ALERTS Airfarewatchdog and Skyscanner provides alerts on air fares, so you can get flights at their cheapest. Kayak offers alerts for flights and hotels.
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