Deals Of The Week: From Paris to Australia
Sunday 23 April 2006
Depart on 28 April for two nights in Paris with ShortBreaks (0870 027 6076; short-breaks.com), including return Eurostar travel and b&b at the Grand Hotel de Paris.
Spend a week in Luxor with Discover Egypt (020-7407 2111; discoveregypt.co.uk); return flights, transfers and seven nights' b&b at the Sofitel Karnak Luxor for weekly departures from 1 May.
Spend the Bank Holiday in Barcelona with Travelocity (0870 111 7073; travelocity. co.uk); flights and two nights' b&b at the Tryp Apolo Hotel for departures on 29 April.
Sovereign (0870 366 1626; sovereign.com) is offering a week at the Emelisse Art Hotel in Fiskardo, Cefalonia, departing from Gatwick on 9 May. The price includes return flights, transfers and b&b.
Book by 2 May and get 10 nights in Surfer's Paradise, Australia, with Travelbag (0870 814 6544; travelbag. co.uk/deals). The price, valid until 30 June, includes flights and room-only.
Get seven nights for the price of five at the Evason Hideaway at Ana Mandara Nha Trang with Carrier (0161-491 7630: carrier.co.uk); departures 5 May-15 July including return flights, transfers and seven nights' room-only.
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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