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Bargains of the week – Nice | Berlin | Gdansk

Bargains of the week - Nice | Berlin | Gdansk

Whether you’re looking for some fun in the sun, adventures in the east or a cool city trip; check out our three fantastic bargains of the week, that are sure to get you in the mood for spring.

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Nice from £64

For a sunny spring break on the cosmopolitan Cote D’Azur, Nice makes the perfect long weekend destination. Sun seekers and cocktail aficionados love it here, but for those craving culture, Nice is home to some wonderful museums, art galleries and archaeological sites like the Roman city of Cemenelum. If you’ve got romance on your mind then the old town, with its secret passageways and beautiful fresh flower and antique markets, will set the mood perfectly. Don’t forget that France is the home of gourmet cuisine and in Nice you can feast like a king on rustic pizzas and Michelin star cuisine. A stroll along the fairy-lit promenade is an idyllic end to a day on the Riviera. Find flights to Nice.

Berlin from £63

Overflowing with art and crammed with ‘cool’, Berlin is Germany’s lively, beating heart. It is impossible not to love this city. With its super-chilled outlook, hip bar scene and outrageous energy, Berlin is the envy of all other European cities, and if it isn’t, it should be! Cafes are full all hours of the day and night. Locals can dine on everything from authentic Thai to Russian, Iranian and Turkish cuisines while sipping ice cold beers in some of the handsomest bars in the world. Culture lovers will be in nirvana in Berlin with its iconic historical architecture and incredible galleries and museums. Don’t waste time sleeping; enjoy every waking moment of this exhilarating and spellbinding city. Find flights to Berlin.

Gdansk from £62

A trip to Gdansk gets you three cities for the price of one! Neighbouring Sopol is famous for its nightlife and beautiful beaches while Gdynia is the place to go for live music and festivals. The main attraction though is Gdansk, a lovely Polish port city that has been scrubbed and polished to perfection with the gleaming old Burgher houses lining the streets, and more bars, cafés and restaurants than you can shake a stick at. Brimming with history, Gdansk is said to be the city that sparked the Second World War and the place that signalled the fall of communism. With museums, cathedrals, churches and theatres as well as stunning coastline, Gdansk is a must for those wanting to explore the heart of Eastern Europe. Find flights to Gdansk.

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