• 24 Oct 2019, 19:20
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3 in 1 journey from London! Visit Venice, Marrakech and Seville for just £48!

3 in 1!

Escape winter and visit 3 cities in one trip! Fly from London to Venice, Marrakech and Seville for just £48!

Travel dates:
January 2020

Routing:
London – Venice (5, 6 or 7th January)
Venice – Marrakech (8th January)
Marrakech – Seville (14th January)
Seville – London (16 or 18th January)

Remember that travel dates are flexible and you can adjust them to your needs.

From the moment you step off a train at the Stazione Centrale, you’ll be delighted by Venice’s beauty. This marvellous jewel is know for gondolas, slowly treading the water set against views of ancient unique structure. Venice is a city with its own distinct personality, charm and grace, but first of all is the worls capital of love! So Valentine’s day can be the best period to visit.

Explore Marrakech, a city described by Winston Churchill as “the nicest place on Earth to spend an afternoon”, with the ageless medina, the Jemma el Fna and other hidden treasures that the city has to offer. To find out more about Morocco go to Destination Fly4free: Morocco >> and Lonely Planet online shop >>

Explore Seville’s beautiful Old Town, the 3rd largest in Europe. The capital of Andalucia has a wealth of attractions to offer, from castles, medieval lanes and sunny plazas to interactive museums and contemporary architecture. Seville has a rich Moorish heritage. To learn more about this beautiful region, check out Destination Fly4free Andalusia>>

Baggage during the trip:
One cabin bag per passenger

Sample reservations:
London – Venice >>

Venice – Marrakech >>

Marrakech – Seville >>

Seville – London >>

Accommodation:
In Seville, consider staying at centrally located Casa Céntrica Nervión with free cancellation

Car rental:
Find the best prices HERE and don’t forget about Car hire excess insurance offered by Icarehireinsurance.com >>

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