Deals of the week: Barcelona, Venice, Seychelles
Wednesday 09 May 2012
BA Holidays has a fly-drive trip to Barcelona, with a week's car hire and flights from Heathrow in May, for £179pp. Accommodation is not included, but the package gives you the flexibility to roam the north-eastern Catalan region and book hotels along the road. Ba.com
Citalia has a summer escape to The Monaco & Grand Canal hotel in Venice for £388pp. The package includes three nights' accommodation with breakfast at the hotel just a few steps from St Mark's Square and easyJet flights from Gatwick on 4 July. Citalia.com
Travelbag has a week in the Seychelles for £869pp. The deal includes B&B at the Berjaya Resort with Etihad flights from Heathrow via Abu Dhabi for travel until 30 June. Book by 31 May. Travelbag.co.uk
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