10 countries 10 destinations 10 of the cheapest

first_img10 countries, 10 destinations, 10 of the cheapest flights going… and one perfect bargain getaway for the price of a few pints and a kebab. So swap your usual Friday night out for an unforgettable break in…1. Katowice, Poland from £17This once-industrial city is now one of Poland’s most up-and-coming, with former factories having been converted into shopping centres, art galleries and museums. After dark these spaces are abuzz with bars and clubs, where you’ll be able to drink cheap beer long into the night. 2. Ljubljana, Slovenia from £21Little Ljubljana is split by a pretty green river lined with cafés and restaurants and overlooked by a top-of-the-town medieval castle. If you’ve got time, try to venture outside of the city to explore impressive mountains, cave systems and vineyards. 3. Belfast, Northern Ireland £23The €113m Titanic Belfast exhibition is a must-visit, not just for fans of maritime history. Once you’ve done enough sight-seeing for one day, head out on the town. A couple of places you really should check out for a swift one, or a long night, are Cutters Wharf and the legendary Lavery’s. 4. Vilnius, Lithuania from £24The Lithuanian capital is an architectural masterclass in Baroque. But if buildings alone don’t tickle your fancy, pop into one the Old Town’s many new art galleries and earn yourself a beer or two with an afternoon of cutting-edge culture. 5. Leipzig, Germany from £29This is the season to indulge in the German tradition of kaffee und kuchen. On a cold winter’s day it is hard to resist popping into one of Leipzing’s many cosy cafés, like Coffe Baum, for coffee and cake of the highest order. RelatedBargains of the Week: Malaga | Ljubljana | AmsterdamBargains of the Week: Malaga | Ljubljana | Amsterdam10 flights for under £5010 flights, 10 city breaks in Europe for fun, sun and shopping.Top 15 attractions and things to do in LjubljanaOur top recommendations for a city break in lovely Ljubljana, from amazing restaurants, simple canal strolls and fairytale castles. 6. Dublin, Ireland from £29There’s more to a break in Dublin than Guinness. There’s nothing wrong with spending a weekend in the pub, or several pubs, but you could always take a low-key afternoon’s stroll around the city’s Georgian district, where you’ll find Trinity College, Ireland’s top university. 7. Malmo, Sweden from £31Malmo in Sweden is a 25-minute train ride from the Danish capital, Copenhagen, so you could combine a visit to both cities, but Malmo has plenty to offer itself, especially if you like shopping. Treat yourself in the designer stores on Gamla Väster, or unearth a unique souvenir in Möllevȧngstorget’s open air market. 8. Charleroi, Belgium from £32Charleroi is 45 minutes by train from Brussels, with its massive Christmas market, but this quaint city is worth a visit in itself. It has its own festive spectacle in the run-up to Christmas, including one of the best markets in Europe and a series of atmospheric open-air concerts. 9. Barcelona, Spain from £32Winter is the quietest season in Barcelona and so is a great time to visit, without the crowds at the big sights like the Sagrada Familia and the extraordinary Gaudi House Museum. The winter weather in Barca is usually quite pleasant, while the food is always first-rate, whether you eat inside or out. 10. Haugesund, Norway from £33Haugesund is a fine-looking city by the sea that has never made it onto the tourist map. Gorge on fresh seafood and hang out in bars that are cooler than an autumn night, while if you’ve got time, take a boat to the nearby island of Utsira, where you can seriously get away from it all.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img read more