Three of Europe's most fascinating cities for you this week - and all for under £80 return.
Krakow from £78
Poland’s biggest tourist attraction, the medieval city of Krakow was in fact the capital between 1038 to 1596 before Warsaw took over. Nowadays Krakow thrives on showcasing its historic past to visitors, with its huge town square being one of Europe’s largest and impressive and other vibrant neighbourhoods such as the former Jewish quarter Kazimierz also well worth investigating. Find cheap flights to Krakow
Cork from £47
Having undergone a major transformation over the past few years, Ireland’s second city offers visitors many traditional Irish charms plus some of the best food on the island. A visit to the mouth-watering delights of the English Market is a must for gastronomes, while the city is teeming with lively pubs and clubs catering for lovers of both folk and electronic music. Find cheap flights to Cork
Barcelona from £77
One of Europe’s finest cities, Barcelona is packed with restaurants, bars, cafes and clubs to suit every taste and palate. Aside from food and drink, Barcelona’s gothic architecture leaves dazzled visitors with crooked necks as they stare up at Gaudi’s magical spires and gargoyles. Expect a pleasant climate of somewhere around 21C this month. Find cheap flights to Barcelona