• 28 Dec 2016, 8:58
  • Luis

Latvia & Lithuania to London and vice versa for €19 / £18!


Go shopping with style, visit a couple of fantastic museums or simply grab a cup of hot tea or a pint of beer with friends in London!

Wizz Air is offering cheap tickets from Riga, Vilnius and Kaunas to London and vice versa for only €19 / £18 roundtrip.

History, culture, entertainment and shopping? London has it all! It is a vibrant and bustling cosmopolitan city with lots of famous sights around every corner. It comes as no surprise that London is one of the most preferred destination in whole Europe. The Big Ben, Trafalgar Square, Buckingham Palace and St Paul’s Cathedral are only few of the many things you have to enjoy in this wonderful city!

Travel Dates:
February to March 2017

London Luton – Riga – London Luton and vice versa
London Luton – Kaunas – London Luton and vice versa
London Luton – Vilnius – London Luton and vice versa

How to book:
Visit Wizzair.com. To get the lowest rates you have to be a member of Wizz Discount Club (WDC).

Baggage policy:
One cabin bag per passenger with maximum dimensions of 42cm x 32cm x 25cm.

Sample bookings:
Kaunas – London Luton – Kaunas >>

Riga – London Luton – Riga >>


Vilnius – London Luton – Vilnius >>


London Luton – Vilnius – London Luton>>


In our example you’ll be staying in a well located and modern 4* Bellevue Park Hotel Riga. Just a short car trip from Riga Cathedral, Bellevue Park Hotel Riga provides a modern setting and boasts exclusive views of Riga. It offers free wireless internet, a 24-hour reception and massages.

The hotel has an amazing 4 out of 5 rating on TripAdvisor and great reviews from guests complimenting the staff and their pleasant stay.

Bellevue Park Hotel Riga

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