Deals of the week - Paris, Halkidiki, Thailand
Wednesday 09 October 2013
Less than £200... November is a good month to visit Paris for low prices and an absence of crowds. Eurostar has two nights for £175 based on two sharing a twin room at the Hotel Nation, close to Paris Gare du Nord. The price includes rail from London St Pancras. eurostar.com
Less than £500... Enjoy the last of the summer sun in Greece. Qwerty Travel is offering a week at the five-star Athena Pallas Village Hotel in Halkidiki for £301 per person. The price includes B&B accommodation and easyJet flights from Gatwick on 16 October. qwertytravel.com
Less than £1,000... Sunshine and beaches await at the other end of a flight from Heathrow. Kuoni is offering a week in Thailand for £799 per person, with B&B in a pool villa at the four-star Evason Hua Hin and Etihad flights via Abu Dhabi on selected dates in November. Quote N16325. kuoni.co.uk
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