Alpine summer holiday: Travel challenge
Where to go and what to see
Saturday 26 July 2014
Each week, we invite three companies to offer us their best deal for a specific break. This week: an Alpine summer holiday. Prices are per person, based on two people sharing. Each includes a week's accommodation and flights from the UK in August.
£495 - Esprit Sun
Includes easyJet flights from Gatwick to Geneva on 23 August, transfers, full-board in Chalet Hotel des Deux Domaines, France, and a trip to Lake Annecy. "The Alps in summer are awesome," says Moira Clarke (01483 791 919; espritsun.com).
£749 - Crystal Summer
Includes Thomson Airways flights from Gatwick to Salzburg on 23 August, transfers and half-board at the Hotel Living MAX in Zell am See, Austria. "Excellent sports facilities and outstanding hospitality," says Rob Walker (020 8939 0739; crystalsummer.co.uk).
£998 - Inghams
Includes Thomson flights from Bristol to Innsbruck on 9 August, transfers and full-board at Chalet St Lukas, Austria. "A paradise for active travellers, open 365 days a year," says Lydia Crisostomo (01483 791 114; inghams.co.uk).
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