As spring comes into swing, many destinations become that little bit more enticing. Spain and Portugal play host to spectacular self-drives, during which you can stay in a network of state-owned converted Portuguese castles and monasteries, or Spanish fortresses – a true taste of Iberia. Our top tip? Travel before July for the most pleasant temperatures and fewer crowds.
Further afield, you could save up to £740 on a picture perfect two-week California self-drive, or save up to £2,000 with our free flights offer on a combined escorted tour and river cruise through Indochina. But hurry, you'll have to book by 29th April.
Thinking about next year's winter holiday? Our excellent Northern Lights city-break in Norway starts from just £595, while the one-of-a-kind ICEHOTEL in Sweden, a literal hotel made from ice, is one of those experiences you'll be talking about for years to come.
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60 Day Advance Purchase - 5 nights – Save up to £50 pp
Book by: 31 July 2018
From castles, palaces, fortresses and monasteries, Portugal's Pousadas are spread throughout the country. The Explorer Passport provides five nights accommodation and breakfast using 17 of the most famous Pousadas throughout the country.
Spain's 94 paradors are palaces, fortresses and castles, monasteries, convents and country houses. Our great-value Parador 5 night card includes a six-day stay across the majority of paradors and a 20% discount on meals. To tailor-make your own parador adventure, speak to one of our specialists.
Exclusive offer: Includes an Aurora Safari
Book by: 01 April 2019
Our most popular Northern Lights break, this four-day city stay in Tromso is the ideal introduction to Norway's Arctic delights, with wonderful restaurants and bars and easy access to a host of winter adventures.
With its mesmerising sculptures and thrilling excursions, a stay at Sweden's original ICEHOTEL is a truly unique experience. This classic short break includes a night in an Ice Room with two nights in warm accommodation.
There are very few experiences in the world quite like ‘hopping’ around the Greek islands. Whilst the Greek islands share some general characteristics, each island has its own character.