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first_img RelatedBargains of the week: Stockholm | Krakow | SalzburgBargains of the week: Stockholm | Krakow | SalzburgBargains of the week: Paris | Venice | BarcelonaBargains of the week: Paris | Venice | BarcelonaTop 15 attractions and things to do in SevilleFlamenco, fiestas and fantastic weather: discover what makes Seville the ultimate Spanish city break. Split (from £68 return)As the second largest city in Croatia, this charming port is the gateway to dozens of islands that lie just offshore on the Dalmatian coast. Alternatively, Split’s main beach, Bacvice, is only a few minutes’ walk east of town and is surrounded by restaurants and bars. By night it’s a lively spot with partygoers often dancing until sunrise.Luton to Split from £68Seville (from £44 return)It’s often said the Seville is Spain’s most Spanish city. From fiestas to flamenco, it’s a haven for culture vultures and offers flamboyance, romance and intrigue all in one beautifully blended package. A compact city, most of the major sights are within walking distance of the centre, so wander the streets and take in its 3000 years of history.Bristol to Seville from £44 returnLiverpool to Seville from £70 returnVenice (from £36 return)With waterways as streets and decadent palatial architecture, Venice is the city that doesn’t have to try too hard. It’s a fairy tale land of canals and bridges where everyone, including the police, plumbers and postmen, travel by boat – making it the perfect place to get lost with a loved one.Bristol to Venice from £36 returnStansted to Venice from £72 returnFaro (from £59 return)Faro is capital of the Algarve region in Portugal which boasts over 300 days of sunshine and over 100 sandy beaches. Popular with sun lovers, water sports enthusiasts and golfers, Faro is also known for its great gastronomical offerings, as well as its cafe terraces and palm-lined streets.Liverpool to Faro from £59Glasgow to Faro from £71Stansted to Faro from £94Bristol to Faro from £100Malta (from £52 return)This Mediterranean island is ideal for a summer break with plenty on offer including sun bathing, fine dining, scuba diving, hiking and biking. The Maltese are renowned for their hospitality, friendliness and generosity so expect a welcome as warm as the weather.Bristol to Malta from £53 returnLuton to Malta from £125 returnGatwick to Malta from £133 returnReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map Need sun: will fly. Skyscanner introduces this week’s summer bargainslast_img

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