5 Destinations You Can Fly to This Bank Holiday Weekend for Less Than £200 Return
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You may have only just realised that next weekend is a Bank Holiday weekend. Great, but now it’s time to get planning what you want to do with that extra day off.
Summer has finally arrived in Europe, so it’s a fantastic chance to get away for a few days. Some of you may have booked your trip months ago, while for some of you, it may have slipped your mind.
Never fear — TPG UK is here to help you out. We’ve found some destinations that are great this time of year and surprisingly, despite this being a weekend of extremely high demand, are still affordable.
Now you’re not going to find a £10 ticket to Barcelona or Munich this Friday night booking just a few days in advance of a very busy travel weekend. But, we’ve found five destinations from both London and outside of London you can fly to without missing any work for less than £200 per person return.
Here are some examples of what you can book:
London Luton (LTN) to Amsterdam (AMS) from £158 return with EasyJet:
London Gatwick (LGW) to Stuttgart, Germany (STR) from £182 return with EasyJet:
London Luton (LTN) to Edinburgh (EDI) from £168 return with EasyJet:
London Luton (LTN) to Jersey (JER) from £169 return with EasyJet:
London Luton (LTN) to Reykjavik, Iceland (KEF) from £189 return with Wizz Air (okay, you might have to leave work at lunchtime for this one!):
From Other UK cities
Manchester (MAN) to Paris (CDG) from £184 return with Flybe:
Manchester (MAN) to Copenhagen (CPH) from £163 return with EasyJet:
Birmingham (BHX) to Naples, Italy (NAP) from £157 return with TUI:
Bristol (BRS) to Cologne, Germany (CGN) from £86 return with Ryanair:
Edinburgh (EDI) to Palma de Mallorca, Spain (PMI) from £154 return with Ryanair:
To book these flights, use Google Flights to find your preferred routes, dates, flights and times and then click through to the individual airline’s website to book the flights there.
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