Tips and deals of the week: 16/05/2010
Sunday 16 May 2010
Bargain Bank holiday in Egypt
Get a week in Sharm el Sheikh from £451 with directline holidays. Departing Stansted on 27 May, the B&B deal is based on two sharing.
Go to directline-holidays.co.uk
Kids go free on tall ship cruise
Star Clippers is offering free places for kids on its Med cruises this summer, cutting the cost for a family of four to £2,860, a saving of £2,320.
Go to starclippers.co.uk
Join the Ramblers for just £1 on 22 and 23 May and celebrate its 75th birthday. Just join in one of the Get Walking Day treks to qualify.
Go to ramblers.org.uk
Take the Abba route around Stockholm with a new guide to the supergroup's haunts, out on Thursday. Price £29.95.
Go to turnaround-uk.com
Stena Line launches the first of two new Superferries today. Stena Hollandica will sail between Harwich and Hook of Holland.
Go to stenaline.co.uk
Check out the new luxury holiday hamlet, Old Lanwarnick Farm, in Cornwall. It features smart, newly restored, self-catering barn conversions.
Go to bluechipvacations.com
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