Easter European getaways for under £50 from the UK

Berlin, Germany

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Berlin: The German capital is a vibrant, alternative and exciting city, boasting one of the greatest music and rave culture scenes across the globe, and in turn is home to the world’s most exclusive club, Berghain. The city is filled with forward thinking and friendly people from all walks of life, coupled with outstanding architecture and cheap beer.

Where you can fly from: Belfast, London, Glasgow, Manchester, Nottingham

Paris, France

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Paris: Not only is Paris one of the most romantic cities in the world, but it also one of the most beautiful. The French capital oozes culture and sophistication, thanks to its many iconic landmarks and amazing food, you’d be a fool not to pay a visit.

Where you can fly from: Manchester, London* £52

Dublin, Ireland

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Dublin: The glowing beacon of the Emerald Isle and booze capital of Europe, the Irish know how to party. Dublin is home to Temple Bar, a prestigious alternative district consisting of many colourful and vibrant pubs, bars, cafes and coffee shops. If you make the trip across the Irish Sea, be sure to check out the Guiness Storehouse and Kilmainham Gaol, the infamous prison.

Where you can fly from: Newcastle, Glasgow, Bristol, Leeds, Nottingham, London, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Manchester, Cardiff

Barcelona, Spain

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Barcelona: The Catalonian jewel, this Spanish city is home to beautiful weather, tapas and architecture. Be sure to visit the top tourist attractions such as Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia and Park Guell for amazing city views. Barcelona is famous for it’s cathedrals so be sure to check out the Gothic Quarter and if you’re more into food and bars La Rambla is the place for you.

Where you can fly from: Glasgow, London, Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool

Venice, Italy

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Venice: Bordering the Adriatic sea, this prestigious Italian city is one of the most evocative places in the world. This collection of islands is a European epicentre of art and history. Despite being home to so much literature and even blockbuster films, seeing Venice in person is something you cannot put a price on.

Where you can fly from: Nottingham, Leeds, London, Bristol

The Algarve, Portugal

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The Algarve (Faro): Situated in the south of Portugal, this alluring coast boasts golden beaches and breathtaking views. It is also home to the famous Benagil caves and has one the richest surf cultures in Europe. If you fancy a break from a rainy British Easter, this is the sunny getaway for you.

Where you can fly from: Leeds, Nottingham, Newcastle, Newquay, London, Birmingham, Bristol, Manchester, Liverpool

Copenhagen, Denmark

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Copenhagen: One of the largest cities in Northern Europe, this Danish capital lives and breaths style, elegance and sophistication from the beautiful houses of Nyhavn to the Tivoli Gardens. Along with this, it is undoubtedly the cool kid of Scandinavia. Home to Christiania, also known as Freetown, this self-proclaimed autonomous neighbourhood boasts a green carefree culture, with its large cannabis trade and laid back attitude, this place is a hippie utopia.

Where you can fly from: London, Edinburgh

Ibiza, Spain

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Ibiza: This bohemian Spanish island is situated in the centre of Mediterranean. With the party scene beginning to hot up again, this all night rave capital is the perfect escape for you to blow off some steam. But if you’re not into party culture Ibiza is still the place for you, the Old Town is home to a selection of boutiques, restaurants and stylish bars. It also boasts an incredibly forward attitude with a massive gay scene, being host to a regular pride party in Ibiza Town.

Where you can fly from: Nottingham, Glasgow, Bristol, Leeds, London, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Manchester, Liverpool

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