Deals of the Week: From Dublin to Cyprus

From as little as...

From as little as...

£182...

Spend Easter in Dublin at Brownes Hotel & Restaurant (00 353 1 638 3939). The price includes two nights' b&b accommodation and two dinners as well as a complimentary tea and coffee and a bouquet of flowers.

£184...

Visit the Budapest Spring Festival, which takes place from 18 March to 3 April with Trailfinders (0845 050 5940). It is offering return flights and three nights' b&b accommodation at the Art'otel.

£219...

Depart on 20 March for a week on the slopes at the Norwegian resort of Hemsedal with Crystal Ski (0870 160 6040). The price includes return flights from Stansted, transfers and seven nights' self-catering accommodation, based on four sharing.

£319...

First Choice (0870 754 3477) is offering a seven-night skiing holiday in Niederau, Austria, departing from Glasgow on 19 March. The price includes return flights and half-board accommodation.

£377...

Celebrate Easter the Portuguese way with a three-night break in Lisbon with Magic of Portugal (020-8939 5451). For departures on 25 March, it is offering return flights from London and b&b accommodation.

£700...

Book by 21 March and get seven nights at the Quinta das Vistas Palace Gardens in Madeira with Sovereign (08705 768 373). The price is valid for departures on 4 April and includes return flights from Gatwick, transfers and seven nights' b&b accommodation.

£775...

Learn how to paint in the inspirational surroundings of Spain's Grazalema National Park, departing on 24 April with Andalucian Adventures (01453 834 137). The price includes seven nights' full-board accommodation, tuition, transfers and excursions. Flights cost extra.

£999...

Get seven nights for the price of five at the newly opened Aphrodite Hills Resort in Cyprus with Erna Low Body & Soul Holidays (020-7594 0290). For departures on 23 March, it is offering return flights from London, transfers, seven nights' half-board accommodation and a three-day spa package.

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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