Deals Of The Week: From Lithuania to Mexico
Sunday 23 January 2005
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Baltic Holidays (0870-757 9233) is offering three nights in the Lithuanian capital of Vilnius from £269. The price includes return flights from Gatwick, transfers, and three nights' self-catering in a two-bedroom flat in the old town.
Depart on 31 January for a week in Madeira with Thomas Cook (08701 111 111) flying from London Gatwick for seven nights' b&b at the Oasis Atlantic in Canico.
Get some winter sun in Dubai with Hayes & Jarvis (0870-898 9890), with flights and four nights' b&b,until 17 March.
Explore the Mayan sites of Mexico's Yucatan peninsula with a self-drive tour from Carefree World (01293 527 700). It is offering flights, car hire and seven nights' room-only throughout February.
Explore Guatemala and Belize with Abercrombie & Kent Escapology (0845 0700 603). For departures before 29 March, it is offering return flights from London, eight nights' accommodation and some breakfasts.
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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