Deal alert: London to Berlin, Palma, Budapest and more from £20 return

Feb 3, 2020

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Ryanair strikes again with super low fares from London to European favourites such as Berlin (SXF), Budapest (BUD), Malta (MLA) and Palma de Mallorca (PMI) from just £20 return. Whether you’re looking for relaxation, culture, a cheap weekend away or some blue skies and sunshine, then you’re sure to find it in at least one of these very different destinations.

Flights are only available on a few dates departing in March.

To book, head to Ryanair’s website and enter Stansted (STN) — or Luton (LTN) for Malta — as your departure city and Berlin (SXF), Budapest (BUD), Malta (MLA) or Palma de Mallorca (PMI) as your arrival destination. Then, all you need to do is use the built-in price comparison to find the best fares and dates for you.

Related reading: Comparing Europe’s low cost carriers

Remember, Ryanair’s lowest fares don’t include a checked bag. But, if you’re clever with your packing, that shouldn’t be too much of a problem — make sure you don’t forget these 6 items. Just because you’re flying low cost, doesn’t mean you have to have a low-cost experience.

Airline: Ryanair
Routes: STN/LTN to SXF/BUD/MLA/PMI
Cost: £20+ return
Travel Dates: March 2020

Here are a few of examples of what you can book:

London (STN) to Berlin (SXF) for £20 return:

London (STN) to Budapest (BUD) for £20 return:

London (LTN) to Malta (MLA) for £20 return:

London (STN) to Palma (PMI) for £20 return:

Featured photo by Istvan Kadar Photography/Getty Images 

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