Visit three sunny destinations in one trip from London! Malta, Spain and Portugal await you!
February – March 2020
London – Malta (26th February)
Malta – Barcelona (1st March)
Barcelona – Porto (4th March)
Porto – London (7th or 8th March)
Remember that travel dates are flexible and you can adjust them to your needs
Malta packs glorious variety into its small archipelago. You’ll find prehistoric temples, stunning cliffs, pristine beaches, thrilling scuba diving and a history of remarkable intensity! To find out more about Malta go to Destination Fly4free: Malta.
Take this opportunity to admire the spectacular architecture and taste the most delicious dishes of Spanish cuisine! Barcelona is a fantastic city to visit. Few European cities can offer such a diverse cultural experience. There’s always something to see around the neighbourhood or district: jewels of Catalan, modernisme, and contemporary architecture and treasures of the ancient Roman and medieval city. Combined with sunny weather, sandy beaches and amazing local cuisine it makes a perfect holiday destination for everyone.
While little in size, Portugal is a country packed with vibrant culture, rich history, welcoming people and natural beauty. Be amazed by the picturesque and welcoming city of Porto!
Baggage during the trip:
One cabin bag per passenger
London – Malta >>
Malta – Barcelona >>
Barcelona – Porto >>
Porto – London >>
In Malta we recommend Sunny Coast Resort and Spa in Saint Paul’s Bay, situated directly on the boardwalk
In Barcelona consider staying at Pensión Peiró situated in the heart of the city, offering free WiFi and friendly service
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