Great Getaways: Bernese Alps, Krabi beach break, rural Morocco and twin-centre Italy trip
Sunday 02 December 2012
Spend a week skiing in the Bernese Alps – home of the towering Eiger and Jungfrau peaks – for £429 per person. The deal with Inghams includes a week's half-board at the Hotel Jungfrau Lodge in the scenic town of Grindelwald, with flights from Gatwick to Geneva and transfers on 5 January 2013 (inghams.co.uk).
Virgin Holidays has eight nights relaxing on the beach at the luxurious Sheraton hotel in Krabi early next year for £939pp. The deal includes Thai Airways flights from Heathrow to Krabi via Bangkok, travelling between 17 and 24 January, with transfers and breakfast (virginholidays.co.uk).
The Kasbah Angour is an English-owned, Berber-built hotel in Morocco with views of the Toubkal Massif and the surrounding Atlas peaks. From 4 January to 28 February, it's offering a four-night break with full-board meals and transfers from Marrakech for £299pp (flights excluded). Activities such as guided walks, 4x4 drives, car excursions and camel riding are all bookable as extras (kasbahangour.com).
City and sea
Next spring, Citalia is offering a twin-centre trip to Italy for £679pp. The 10-night jaunt departs on 20 April with British Airways flights from Gatwick to Rome for three nights at the San Remo Hotel, followed by rail transfers to Sorrento, for a week at the Plaza Hotel, breakfast included (citalia.com).
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