Eager to go wandering around Europe? Book your flights separately and visit 6 European cities in one trip from Berlin for just €87 round trip!
The first destination you will visit is London, one of world’s most visited cities and for a good reason. Situated by the margins of river Thames, UK’s capital is a cosmopolitan, vibrant and noisy city, a melting pot of cultures and races that go hand by hand with tradition and progress. There you can find monuments like the famous Big Ben, Buckingham Palace or Tower Bridge, fantastic museums like the British Museum or the Museum of Natural History and a never-ending variety of restaurants and gastronomies.
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Fly to the Spanish capital, Madrid. Plaza Mayor, Palacio Real or Museo Prado are just a few of numerous must-see places in Madrid. Spend couple of evenings in numerous restaurants tasting Spanish tapas and drinking famous sangria. Madrid is definitely worth visiting!
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After three days in this nice city, you will head to sunny Malta. Eternal meeting point between East and West, Africa and Europe, this small archipelago offers huge variety of attractions. You’ll find prehistoric temples, stunning cliffs, pristine beaches, thrilling scuba diving and a history of remarkable intensity. To find out more, go to Destination Fly4free: Malta.
If you look at one of the brightly painted Maltese fishing boats, you will be sure to notice a pair of eyes carved or painted on the front. This traditional boat, called luzzu, is usually brightly decorated in shades of yellow, red, green and blue. Luzzus have existed since the ancient times. The eyes on the bow, originating from the time of the Phoenicans, are sometimes referred to as the Eye of Horus or of Osiris. They are said to protect the fishermen while at sea.
These colourful boats can be spotted at Marsaxlokk Harbour. The fishing village of Marsaxlokk is also known for one of the most popular markets in Malta, where locals buy fresh fish and seafood caught during the same morning. Originally a fish market, it has developed, and now it also sells local products like honey, fruit jams, wine, souvenirs and clothes. The biggest market is held on Sundays, from early morning until around 12:30. Arriving early is recommended.
From Malta you’ll fly to Sicily! Warm weather, astonishing beaches, ancient ruins and great food – that is what you will find in the largest of the Italian islands. This suggestive island, in the past crossed and ruled by many civilizations, can praise a huge historic and cultural patrimony summed to an incredible amount of natural attractions! Visit Destination Fly4free: Sicily >> to find out more.
Looking for fun things to do in Sicily? Follow in the footsteps of the Godfather! The island is the ancestral home of the notorious Corleone family at the heart of Coppola's saga, adapted from the novel by Mario Puzo. Corleone, a town located around 57 km from Palermo, was too developed even in the early 70s to be used for filming, so more traditional and unspoiled villages were used for shooting scenes instead. In Savoca, a village near Taormina, you'll find Bar Vitelli and Chiesa di Santa Lucia (the church Michael was married in).
Forza d'Agro is a small village that appears in the movie when Michael goes to Corleone for the first time; and in "The Godfather 2", in the scene when the nine-year-old Vito escapes to America hidden in a basket. Castello Degli Schiavi in Fiumefreddo di Sicilia was the location of Don Tommasino's villa (car blown up scene) and Giardini Naxos was the setting of Baghiera train station, at which Vito arrives when he returns to Sicily in the third part of saga. The opera sequence was filmed in Teatro Massimo in Palermo.
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Then you will fly to Sofia! Either you are fond of nature or just like to go on a gastronomy tour, Bulgaria will definitely meet your expectations! This is a country of mountains, beautiful Black Sea beaches and delicious food. Take this nice occasion to discover Bulgaria. Book the offer and enjoy a fully relaxing holiday! To find out more go to Destination Fly4free: Bulgaria >>
You’ll be ending your trip in the amazing city of Budapest. This fascinating Hungarian capital on Danube river is home to numerous UNESCO World heritage listed sites and monuments. You will be amazed with it’s architecture that retains 800 year history. Admire the splendid bridges, the Castle of Buda, the Baroque churches and Turkish baths and many more attractions! CLICK HERE >> to get skip-the-line tickets for top attractions in Budapest.
Routing and travel dates:
Berlin – London: Feb 20
London – Madrid: Feb 22
Madrid – Malta: Feb 25
Malta – Catania: Feb 27
Catania – Sofia: Mar 3
Sofia – Budapest: Mar 5
Budapest – Berlin: Mar 7
How to book:
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Ryanair: One cabin bag (55 × 40 × 20 cm) plus one small bag 35 × 20 × 20 cm
Wizz Air: One cabin bag per passenger with maximum dimensions of 55 cm x 40 cm x 23 cm (up to 10kg)
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In Sicily you can choose I Vespri Rooms. Housed in a historic building, I Vespri offers spacious rooms with free Wi-Fi and complimentary tea/coffee for all guests 24 hours a day. It is near the Greek-Roman Amphitheatre and few steps from the Duomo Cathedral in Catania. The Vespri has air-conditioned rooms with a balcony, TV, free Wi-Fi and either private or shared bathrooms. Bed linen and daily cleaning are included, and a communal fridge is also available. Breakfast is served daily at a nearby cafè from 07:15 until 11:00, or can be enjoyed in the comfort of your room, on request. A shared kitchen is available.
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