We have scoured the web in search of cheap flights for the summer, as travelling during this period is generally considered to be expensive. It doesn’t have to be that way!
You can find below several suggested routes from different UK cities.
Learn about Polar expeditions at the Fram Museum or be amazed at the Vigeland Sculpture Park, one of Oslo’s most unique highlights. If in time, drop in at the Viking Ship Museum or at the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet. Definitely a city worth visiting in the summer!
The towering Palace of Culture and Science is one of Warsaw’s landmarks, and is well worth a visit. Enjoy breathtaking views of the city from its 30th floor, or take in a movie in one of its cinema screens. Also don’t forget to stroll through the Old Town and a visit to the Uprising Museum.
Set in a fascinating location, Baden Baden sits along the border with the Black Forest. The town has been a famous spa resort for over 2,000 years; see for yourself at the well-preserved Roman Baths, or take a dip at the Caracalla Baths, a modern bathing and therapy center fed by 12 natural springs.
Total price: £40
If this is your first time in Rome, you can be sure it won’t be your last. From the monumental Colosseum to the narrow streets of medieval Trastevere, the Italian capital has it all – historic sites, charming squares, exquisite restaurants… the list just goes on. A must.
Unwind at Longás, Myrtiotissa or any of Corfu’s beautiful beaches to finish your summer in style. When the sun goes down, head to Corfu’s Old Town, with its Venetian-style architecture and old fortress.
Total price: £83
A visit to admire Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘Last Supper‘, in the Santa Maria delle Grazie convent, will probably feature highly on your to-do list in Milan. Your visit should also include a stop at the Gothic cathedral, know as the Duomo di Milano. However, if you came here to soak up the atmosphere of the city, be sure to head to the bars and restaurants around the Naviglio Grande canal.
A relaxing walk along the Rhine’s riverbanks, with views to the Hohenzollern bridge and the twin-spired Gothic cathedral, marks the perfect start to a visit to the German town with most pubs per person.
The capital of Denmark is home to one of the world’s most famous theme parks, Tivoli Gardens. It opened its doors in 1843, being the second-oldest amusement park still in operation. Heading east from Tivoli one comes across the Nyhavn (New Harbour), with its tall painted houses: a perfect setting for a coffee or beer in the summer.
Total price: £65