A Christmas trip to Copenhagen
Saturday 30 November 2013
Each week we invite three companies to offer us their best deal for a specific break. This week: a trip to Copenhagen to take a spin on the city's ice-skating rink and catch the Christmas market, which takes place in the Tivoli Gardens until 31 December. Prices are per person, based on two sharing. Each includes easyJet flights on 13 December and three nights' accommodation.
Cresta Holidays - £366
Includes flights from Gatwick, transfers and B&B at the Admiral Hotel. "Ideally situated on the harbour, close to the Queen's Palace and Stroget, one of the main shopping streets, the Admiral exudes rustic charm," says Katie Elson (0871 895 0075; crestaholidays.co.uk).
Expedia.co.uk - £238
Includes flights from Stansted and B&B at the Savoy Hotel. Transfers extra. "This budget-friendly hotel is located in the heart of Copenhagen, a few minutes' walk from the Christmas market," says Andy Washington (0800 783 2384; expedia.co.uk).
easyJet Holidays - £290
Includes flights from Stansted and B&B at the Radisson Blu. Transfers extra. "This is a good quality hotel, furnished in typical Scandinavian style and with great views of the city," says Mandy Round (0843 104 1000; easyjet.com/holidays).
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