Deal alert: London to Croatia from £20 return for travel from August to October

Jul 8, 2020

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Croatia is hot on the list of  U.K. government’s travel corridor countries. This means holidays are possible this summer without having to quarantine on your return. We’re seeing flights in August for as little as £39 return in August and just £20 return in October.

Flights with Ryanair from Stansted (STN) are to Pula (PUY) on the Adriatic sea in the north and with Wizz Air from Luton (LTN) to Split (SPU) on the famous Dalmatian Coast in the south — both come highly recommended.

To book, head to Google Flights and enter London as your departure city and the destination of your choice for the arrival airport. Then, all you need to do is use the built-in price comparison to find the lowest fares, which will be highlighted in green. Depending on the destination, you should then head to either the Wizz Air or Ryanair website to complete your booking.

Related: Comparing Europe’s low-cost carriers

Airline: Wizz Air/Ryanair
Routes: LTN/STN to PUY/SPU
Cost: £20+ return
Travel Dates: August-October 2020

Here are a few examples of what you can book:

London (STN) to Pula (PUY) for £20 return:

London (STN) to Pula (PUY) for £30 return:

London (LTN) to Split (SPU) for £39 return:

London (LTN) to Split (SPU) for £44 return:

London (STN) to Pula (PUY) for £49 return:

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