Deals of the week: Amsterdam, Scotland, Luxor
Wednesday 01 August 2012
Less than £200... The Grachtenfestival is a classical music event that takes place along Amsterdam's canals between 10 and 19 August. BA Holidays has some deals that will take you there just in time. £186pp gets you flights from Gatwick on 13 August and two nights' B&B at the Eden Hotel (ba.com).
Less than £500... Wilderness Scotland has a self-guided walking holiday along the Great Glen Way, which runs from Fort William on the west coast to Inverness. It departs daily until 9 October, costing £475pp for six nights' B&B, luggage transfers and route notes (wilder nessscotland.com).
Less than £1,000... See the sights of Luxor on a week-long break. Thomas Cook has a package to the Ancient City of Thebes – home of the Valley of the Kings – for £699pp, with B&B at the Maritim Jolie Ville Resort and EgyptAir from Heathrow via Cairo on 15 October (tcsignature.com).
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