Great Getaways: Australian fly-drive, Prague, Italian Ski and Cornwall
Sunday 19 February 2012
Flight Centre has a week in Victoria and five nights in Tasmania for £1,799 per person.
The deal includes room-only hotels, car hire and Cathay Pacific flights from Heathrow via Hong Kong to Melbourne. Flights from Melbourne and Hobart are also included. Scenic highlights range from Victoria's meandering Great Ocean Road to Tasmania's vast and varied Wilderness World Heritage Area. Travel between 1 May-20 June. Book by 28 February. (Flightcentre.co.uk/Australia)
A three-night city break in the Czech capital with easyJet Holidays costs £135 per person. The deal includes B&B accommodation at the stylish 987 Hotel, a short stroll from Wenceslas Square and Prague's picturesque Old Town, with flights from Stansted on 5 March. (Holidays.easyjet.com)
Neilson has a week-long ski break in the Passo Tonale resort, on the border between Lombardy and Trentino, for £479 per person. The deal includes half-board accommodation at the Sport Hotel Vittoria and Flybe flights from Gatwick to Verona on 24 March. (Neilson.co.uk)
Hankering for a weekend away? The Mullion Cove Hotel, which has cliff-top views on a scenic swathe of the Lizard peninsula, has an overnight stay with breakfast, and entrance to the Trebah Garden, near Falmouth, for £144 per couple between 26 February-11 March. (Mullion-cove.co.uk)
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