Escape the routine and head for a trip across 4 sunny destinations: Puglia (Bari), Malta, Cyprus and Jordan in one trip from Bucharest!
March – April 2020
Bucharest – Paphos (18 March)
Paphos – Amman (20 or 23 March)
Amman – Malta (28 March)
Malta – Bari (30 March)
Bari – Bucharest (1 or 2 April)
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.
Known for its authentic Middle Eastern culture and hospitable locals, Jordan is a land of fascinating contrasts and history. Apart from the legendary rock-cut temples of Petra and the very site where Jesus Christ is thought to have been baptized, you can explore the Roman, Ottoman, Persian and Egyptian relics, as well as deserts and beach resorts. To know more check Destination Fly4free: Jordan
Rumoured to be the birthplace of Aphrodite, Cyprus is the third biggest Mediterranean island. This fascinating destination has many layers that are waiting for you to be uncovered and looked under. Dive in its thrilling history, compelling culture and picturesque landscape! To find out more go to Destination Fly4free: Cyprus >>
Baggage during the trip:
One personal item per passenger
Canceled or delayed flight within the last 3 years?
You may be entitled to be reimbursed up to €600 for flight cancellations. File your claim with AirHelp >>
In Paphos, consider staying at Crystallo Apartments situated close to the harbour and with very good reviews!
Find the best prices HERE and don’t forget about Car hire excess insurance offered by Icarehireinsurance.com >>
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