Deals of the week: Bruges, Oludeniz, Seville
Wednesday 27 June 2012
Less than £200... Railbookers has a two-night city break to Bruges for £199pp. The package includes accommodation at the canal-side Grand Hotel Casselbergh with breakfast and Eurostar from London St Pancras to Brussels, with an connecting train to Bruges. Valid in July and August. railbookers.com
Less than £500... Anatolian Sky has a week-long break to the ever-popular sandy strip of Oludeniz in the Fethiye region of Turkey for £499pp. The price includes B&B accommodation at the Hotel Orange and easyJet flights from Gatwick to Dalaman on 9 July with transfers anatoliansky.co.uk
Less than £1,000... Sample the Moorish delights of Seville. Kirker has a four-night B&B break at the Dona Maria hotel — which has a roof-terrace, pool and bar overlooking the city's cathedral — for £546pp. The price includes easyJet flights from Gatwick for travel taken before 8 Sept kirkerholidays.com
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