• 15 Mar 2016, 14:20
  • Luis

Wonderful weekend in Italy! Flights from London to Verona and three nights at a 3* hotel for £96!

A cheap break to Verona!

Dreaming of a romantic getaway? Look no further, now you can book flights from London Stansted to Verona and stay three nights in a 3* hotel for an amazing £96.

Visiting Verona, the city of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, sets you up for a journey through historic squares, romantic medieval streets, and window shopping on Via Mazzini. Once there, don’t forget to grab some gelato from a nice café and visit Juliet’s House, which is presented as the location for the famous balcony scene.

Our £96 p.p. package offer is valid for 2 travellers. The departure from London Stansted is on the 22nd of April, 2016, and you will be returning on the 25th of April, 2016. Both direct flights are operated by Ryanair. As part of the package, we have chosen a double room in Hotel Ibis Verona for 3 nights.

Travel dates:
22-25 April 2016

Routing:
London Stansted – Verona – London Stansted

Flights:
London Stansted – Verona – London Stansted >>

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Accommodation:
Ibis Verona is a well-rated accommodation option according to its former guests. All rooms come with air conditioning, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with complimentary toiletries. Also, the guests are able to use free WiFi-access.

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Baggage policy:
One cabin bag per passenger. Dimension up to 55 cm x 40 cm x 20 cm, maximum weight is 10 kg. Plus one small bag no more than 35 cm x 20 cm x 20 cm.

Offer Details:

  • 3 Nights
  • 2 Sharing
  • Flights
  • Double room

Price Breakdown:

  • Flights for 2: £60 round trip
  • Accommodation: £132 for 3 nights, 2 sharing
  • Total: £192 / £96 per person

Car:
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