Great Value Short Breaks

The Independent and Thomson Breakaway have joined forces to offer great value trips around Europe. Today, the destination is Scandinavia with city breaks to Reykjavik, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Oslo, Helsinki or Tallinn, in Estonia, from only pounds 229 per person.

Choose your hotel

The Thomson Breakaway Cities offer is available at a selection of 19 city centre hotels in Reykjavik, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Oslo, Helsinki or Tallin ranging from good quality 2T to luxurious 5T accommodation. Unique Thomson T-ratings enable you to compare hotels in different countries and cities, providing an at-a-glance guide to location, service, facilities, food and comfort. All accommodation has been carefully selected and graded according to detailed assessment by Thomson as well as from analysis of customer satisfaction questionnaires

To book your European break

Simply call the Thomson Breakaway holiday hotline on 0181 210 4515 immediately, quoting reference CIO4X to make your reservation. The reservation lines will be open from 8am - 9pm on Monday to Friday, and between 9am and 5pm at weekends.

Then send in four tokens from the nine that will appear in The Independent and The Independent on Sunday between the 6 and 14 of February (inclusive). To validate your offer, please send the tokens with the completed application form below to The Independent European Break Offer, PO Box 21063, London, N1 8WY. If you would like a brochure, call the brochure hotline on 01509 268 268 quoting reference CBIN05.

What your holiday includes

The price of your Thomson Breakaway Cities holiday is per person, based on flights from London Gatwick or Heathrow (depending on destination), sharing a twin room with continental breakfast in a 3T hotel for 3 nights in Reykjavik, a 2T for 2 nights in Copenhagen or a 3T for 2 nights in Helsinki. Taxes and a complimentary guidebook are also included. An arrival transfer from the airport to your hotel is included in all Reykjavik and Tallinn holidays.

Additional information

Single rooms are subject to supplement and may be limited in availability. Other durations may be available at a supplement.

Accommodation only: If you prefer to make your own independent travel arrangements, why not book your accommodation through Thomson Breakaway? With prices starting from only pounds 28 per person per night, not only will it give you peace of mind, but it could save you money too. Ask reservations for details.

YOUR CHOICE OF HOTELS Flights from other UK airports available at a supplement

Copenhagen from Heathrow

2T

Cosmopole 2nts from pounds 229

3T

Komfort City 2nts from pounds 239

4T

Neptun 2nts from pounds 269

Save up to pounds 160 per couple

Helsinki from Gatwick

3T

Heika 2nts from pounds 229

4T

Klaus Kirki 2nts from pounds 245

5T

Intercontinental 3nts from pounds 269

Save up to pounds 120 per couple

Oslo from Heathrow

3T

Spectrum 3nts from pounds 265

4T

Clarion Royal Christana 3nts from pounds 295

5T

Oslo Plaza 3nts from pounds 299

Save up to pounds 140 per couple

Reykjavik from Heathrow

2T

Cabin 3nts from pounds 225

3T

Hotel Reykjavik 3nts from pounds 229

4T

Island 3nts from pounds 259

Save up to pounds 200 per couple

Stockholm from Heathrow

2T

Malardrottningen 3nts from pounds 259

3T

Bentley's 3nts from pounds 269

5T

SAS Royal Viking 3nts from pounds 315

Save up to pounds 140 per couple

Tallinn from Gatwick

2T

Rottermani 3nts from pounds 259

3T

Olympus 3nts from pounds 279

4T

Palace 3nts from pounds 305

Save up to pounds 140 per couple

Terms and conditions: Prices are per person and are subject to availability. Applicants must

be over 18. All offers must be booked by 28/2/99 for travel up to and including 22/3/99.

All holidays are subject to the Fair Trading Charter as detailed in The 1999 Thomson Breakaway Cities brochure. No photocopied tokens. Promoter: Thomson Breakaway.

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