European city breaks for single travellers

Tuesday, 8 February 2011 9:52 AM

Explore some of the most exciting destinations Europe has to offer this year and avoid singles supplements with the new range of short breaks from Friendship Travel, which includes Istanbul, Dubrovnik and Barcelona.

First on the agenda is a three-night break in the exotic Turkish city of Istanbul, which Friendship Travel is offering for just £495, departing on February 25 including accommodation at the four-star Senatus Hotel.

Alternatively, explore the medieval city of Dubrovnik, with a three-star break in Croatia available for just £440 per person. Travellers have a choice of departure dates, April 15 or October 14, and accommodation is at the Hotel Lero.

Finally, you can choose to soak up some Spanish sun, with a summer break to Barcelona. A three-night break to this vibrant city is being offered for £550 per person, including four-star accommodation at the Universitat Hotel.

All these Friendship Travel deals include return Gatwick flights, transfers, bed and breakfast accommodation and one dinner.
 

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