Four European New Years Breaks You Can Still Do For Under £150
The Debrief: New Years' is just around the corner. But it's not too late to go away.
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Want to get away this New Years but think you've left it too late? No worries mate. Here at The Debrief, we cater to the disorganised.
Here are four New Years' break that won't break your measley bank account.
RN you can get return tickets to Belfast from London Stanstead for £36.38 if you leave on the 31st and come back on the 4th. Once there, get this £23-a-night-between-six-people pad close to the center. That's £128 altogether leaving you the princely sum of £22.62 to get yourself some cocktails and food at The Muddlers Club in the Catherdral Quarter.
Travel to and from this trip isn't going to fun, but it will be worth it. Right now, grab return coach tickets from Eurolines from London Victoria Coach Station to Paris for £70. Leaving on the 30th overnight (save on hotel accommodation, bargain) and travelling back at... 8:30AM on the 1st. Which basically means staying up all night right? Right. Split the price of this one bedroom flat (£41) to get ready in/dump your stuff. Head for food at restaurant in Point Ephemere in the 10th.
Make sure you take a coat, this is going to be a cold New Years'. Fly from London Luton to Copenhagen on the 31st and back again on the 2nd for £62.97. Get this £20-a-night-between-three flat to rent in a REALLY good location and spend the remaining £47.03 at Jolene in the meatpacking area for dancing inbetween tables and similarly pissed locals to excellent music.
Grab the Liverpool-Warsaw Ryanair flight on the 29th and return on the 1st for just over £90. Once there, get yourself into this £19-a-night-based-on-two-people-sharing bed and breakfast. For three nights that's just £30 per person. Spend the rest of your cash (approx £30) at Bar Wieczorny on excellent cocktails.
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