Deals of the Week: From Bruges to Buenos Aires

From as little as...

From as little as...

£130...

Spend a weekend in Bruges with Bridge Travel (0870 191 7226). For departures until 28 February it is offering return flights from London Heathrow and two nights' b&b accommodation.

£165...

Explore the Polish city of Krakow with Great Escapes (0845 330 3434). It is offering return flights from Gatwick and two nights' b&b accommodation for travel before the end of February.

£349...

Depart on 5 March for a week at the Passo Tonale ski resort with Crystal Ski (0870 160 6040). It offers return flights from Gatwick to Verona, transfers and seven nights' half-board accommodation.

£429...

Depart between 17 February and 3 March for a week in Lanzarote with Voyana (020-8515 4602). The price includes return flights from London Gatwick and seven nights' b&b accommodation.

£587...

Hit the slopes of Zermatt, Switzerland, with Swiss Travel Service (0870 191 7281). For departures on 25 February, it is offering return flights from Heathrow, transfers and seven nights' b&b accommodation.

£869...

Soak up some winter sun on the beaches at the Mexican resort of Cancun (left) with Hayes & Jarvis (0870 898 9890). For departures on 22 February, it is offering return flights from London Gatwick and seven nights' all-inclusive accommodation.

£1,695...

Saddle up for a week at the Triple Creek Ranch in Montana with Ranch America (01923 671831). Until the end of March, it is offering return flights from London or Manchester, seven nights' full-board accommodation and activities including snow-shoeing and horse riding.

£1,800...

Dance the night away at the annual Buenos Aires tango Festival taking place from 26 February to 6 March. Exsus Travel (020-7292 5050) is currently offering return flights, transfers, seven nights' b&b accommodation at the new Faena Hotel and Universe and a three-hour tango lesson.

Prices correct at time of going to press and are per person based on two sharing, unless stated. Subject to availability

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