Great getaways: Rio revelry, Balinese bliss and Italian summer
Sunday 16 December 2012
Sunvil Traveller is offering the chance to spend New Year's Eve dancing on the beaches of Rio de Janeiro. Departing on 27 December, the deal includes four nights' B&B accommodation at the five-star Copacabana Palace, overlooking the bay where spectacular fireworks explode on 31 December. The price of £1,950 per person, based on two people travelling together, includes TAM flights from Heathrow to Rio via Sao Paulo (direct flights on the return leg) and transfers (sunvil.co.uk/traveller).
Trailfinders has a 12-night break on the Indonesian island of Bali for £1,399 per person. The price includes Malaysia Airlines flights from Heathrow via Kuala Lumpur, a five-day "Beyond Bali's Beaches" private tour, which visits temples, local villages and rice terraces, with hotels, a driver and guide included. Next, it includes transfers to Nusa Dua for eight nights of relaxation at the luxurious Melia hotel. Breakfast included throughout. Valid for departures between 1 February and 20 March, 2013 (trailfinders.com).
Italian specialist Citalia has started its January sale early, with a range of enticing escapes available to book from now until Thursday, 31 January. Examples of deals range from a three-night break to Rome (£189pp, departing on 26 February, with B&B at the San Remo Hotel) to a week on the shores of Lake Garda (£675pp, departing on 2 May with transfers and half-board at the Hotel Olivi). Both include return easyJet flights from Gatwick (citalia.com).
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