Tips and deals of the week: 17/01/2010
Sunday 17 January 2010
Take a break in Rome for £195
Save more than £122 per couple on three nights in Rome with Citalia (citalia.com), departing Gatwick on 21 February, with accommodation at the three-star San Remo.
Go skiing in Morzine for £200
Inghams (inghams.co.uk) is offering a seven-night half-board break in Morzine, Portes du Soleil, from £200.50 per person, a saving of £200. Departs 6 February.
Fly to New York for £299
Virgin Atlantic (virginatlantic.com) is offering return fares to New York from £299 until 26 January, with more savings on flights to Africa, the Middle East, India and Far East.
Roll up, roll up for the second Travellers' Tales Festival, from 19 to 21 February at London's Royal Geographic Society. Go to travellerstalesfestival.com
Check out the revamped website at Conde Nast Traveller, which includes a new bookings service with exclusive deals. Go to cntraveller.com
Pack your kit in this weekend holdall, the latest addition to Caroline McGrath's Kissing Stags collection. Price £185. Go to carolinemcgrath.co.uk
Snap up one of Wildlife Worldwide's new expert photographic tours with Nick Garbutt, visiting Kenya, Borneo and Zambia. Go to wildlifeworldwide.com
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