Eurostar Is Selling Tickets To Europe From £29 Each Way
The days are getting darker and colder and if it's making you feel down in the dumps, why not cheer yourself up with a cheap Eurostar getaway?
Eurostar is currently offering travel from £29 each way if you travel to Paris, Lille, Brussels or Calais between 5th November and 23rd January - but you need to be quick because the sale is only on until 29th October.
Winter is a great time to travel too, just think of all those glorious festive markets you can visit.
In Paris, there are so many spanning the city. From Les Halles, to the Notre Dame festive markets, to one along the Esplanade at La Défense and La Magie de Noël in Tuileries Garden, you are spoilt for choice.
They vary in opening times from mid to late November and some stay open until Christmas Eve, while others milk it until the first week of January.
The main Brussels market this year will be open from 30th November and stay there until 7th January, whilst Lille's will span from Friday 22nd November to Sunday 29th December.
So the fact you can travel for less money in this quarter of the year is a great thing, as although it'll be chilly, you'll have something guaranteed to do when you arrive.
And need we mention the other bonuses of visiting these cities. Beer in Brussels, crepes (and the Eiffel tower) in Paris? What more do you need for a fabulous weekend jaunt?
Just remember £29 is the starting price for a one way ticket, but you must purchase a return ticket along with it too for it to be valid. It means you could get to and from Europe for as little as £58, buying your tickets here.
Naturally, there are a few weekends excluded from this deal, including over new year, but it's worth checking all the terms and conditions so you don't get frustrated when booking.
If you're feeling fancy too, you can upgrade to a Standard premier seat which in the sale will start at £70, which means you'll get refreshments and a light meal included, plus a comfier seat and free magazines for a much more enjoyable journey.
Oh, go on then...
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