Great getaways: Thailand, Milan, Southern India and Luxor
Sunday 25 March 2012
Travelbag offers an 11-night holiday spilt between Bangkok and the beach for £849 per person. The deal includes three nights at the Shangri La hotel in the Thai capital and then eight nights at the Six Senses Evason in Hua Hin, with breakfast at both. Flights are with Jet Airways from Heathrow via Mumbai for travel anytime between 1 and 30 June. Transfers extra. Book by 31 March (Travelbag.co.uk).
Cresta Holidays has a three-night city break in the stylish Italian city for £249 per person. The deal includes Alitalia flights from Gatwick on 17 May and B&B at the Hotel Galles Milano in the downtown area on Piazza Lima (Crestaholidays.co.uk).
A 10-day "Classic Kerala" tour is available with Virgin Holidays for £1,245 per person. It includes Emirates flights from Heathrow to Cochin via Dubai on 13 May, and mixed-board accommodation in Cochin, Munnar, Thekkady and Kumarakom, with one night on a traditional houseboat. Sightseeing, transfers, and guides included (Virginholidaysjourneys.co.uk).
Voyages Jules Verne has a week-long holiday in Egypt for £545 per person. The deal includes accommodation at the Hotel Pavilion Winter on the banks of the River Nile in Luxor, with transfers and Monarch flights from Gatwick on 16 April. The historic hotel is near the temple of Karnak and the Valley of the Kings (Vjv.com).
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