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pounds 50

until midnight tonight, you can book a return flight to Edinburgh on the internet. Go, the new low-cost airline from British Airways, is offering fixed price return tickets to a number of destinations, including pounds 70 to Milan, Copenhagen, Bologna and Munich and pounds 80 to Rome, Lisbon and Venice. Bookings should be made at www.go-fly.com.

pounds 95

motorists can cross the Channel to France this summer. This deal, valid for bookings made before 31 March, includes a five-day return ferry crossing for one car and up to nine passengers. P&O Stena Line (tel: 0870 600 0600).

pounds 189

per person, you can take a one-week fly-drive holiday in either Bordeaux, Toulouse, Lyon or Montpellier. Valid until 20 June, this deal includes return flights from London, group A car hire, unlimited mileage, tax and insurance, and is based on four people sharing a car. Lupus Travel (tel: 0800 018 0043).

pounds 299

get some Formula One action in Spain this summer. This per person deal to Barcelona includes guaranteed tickets for both practice and race days, three nights' hotel accommodation with breakfast, luxury coach travel, ferry crossing and tour guide. Blue Chip Travel (tel: 0131 226 6157).

pounds 353

students and those under 26 years of age can travel to India. This ticket travels outbound to Delhi, overland to Bombay, then return to London and is valid for one year. Travel must be taken between 1 April and 30 June. STA (tel: 0171-361 6262).

pounds 499

take a 12-night trip to the shores of Sri Lanka. This deal, per person, includes accommodation with breakfast at the Brown Beach Hotel, return flights and transfers. Valid for departures between 1 May and 9 July, based on two sharing. The Far East Travel Centre (tel: 0171-414 8844).

pounds 599

per person, take a two-week beach break in Bali. This deal is valid for departures between 12-30 April and includes hotel accommodation at the Bali Rani Resort in Kuta. Hayes and Jarvis (tel: 0181-222 7822).

pounds 744

you can have a taste of Provence. This cooking holiday is under the tuition of the leading French chef Rene Berard and is located in a converted monastery, which dates back to the 11th century. Wine buffs can also take tours of local cellars and vineyards. The price, per person, includes return flights, half-board accommodation, the four-day course itself and is based on two sharing. The deal is not valid for travel in July and August. An Invitation to France (tel: 0171-581 8946).

pounds 869

you can take a millennium flight to Australia and New Zealand, with JAL. This reduced fare is valid for travel on selected departure dates in December 1999 to a number of Antipodean cities. Stopovers in Japan are available in both directions, with one night's accommodation included on the way back. The ticket is valid for one year and must be booked three months in advance. ATAB (tel: 0171-636 5000).

pounds 997

take a trip to Italy's active volcano. This spring walking holiday to Sicily takes guests to the safest vantage point from which to see Mount Etna in action. The eight-day tour combines a mixture of sightseeing and walking to discover the the heartland of south-eastern Sicily. The first departure date is 18 April and includes return flights and transfers, seven nights' half-board accommodation in a converted farmhouse, the services of a guide and transport. The price, per person, is based on two travelling. Headwater (tel: 01606 813367).

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