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A group of friends found they were able to fly to Barcelona to go clubbing for less money than a night out in London would have cost them.

Zgora Boret, 24, from South London, UK, recently travelled to Barcelona, Spain, where she was taken on a surprise birthday night out.

She was accompanied by her two best friends, Dani Smith, 25, Ruby Maher, 23, and her partner Charlotte Welsh, 26, who organised the entire trip for her special day.

The group flew to Barcelona to mark Boret's birthday.

The flights costs just £60 for Boret, with the group flying from Gatwick Airport with Vueling Airline, landing just after 8pm.

They returned home the following morning, having enjoyed an 'amazing' night eating fancy food and dancing until dawn.


They even wandered down to the beach to watch the sunrise - although they had to cut the poignant end to the brief holiday short to head back to the airport and fly home.

After doing the maths, the friends worked out that it cost them £150 each for travel and expenses - less than a big night out in London, which they said typically sets them back well over £200 each.

Boret, a business analyst, said: "I was so shocked and happy when I found out where we were going.

"All I knew was that I had to pack some clothes for the weekend, but I never expected to be going to Barcelona.

The friends spend just over 13 hours in Barcelona.

"The flights from Gatwick to Barcelona were £60 with Vueling, and we spent around 13 hours over there."

Boret runs a podcast called 2 Girls, Tequila and Oversharing with her friends, where she couldn’t wait to discuss their booze-fuelled Barcelona trip.

The group said it worked out far cheaper than a night out in London.

She continued: "It was amazing. We went to a beautiful restaurant called Velissima, where we had the most amazing meal, which was an interactive dinner with singers and DJs.

"This place then turned into a nightclub, and we stayed there for ages dancing until we went to another bar before ending the night on the beach, hoping to watch the sunrise at 4am.

They flew back the following morning.

"Unfortunately, the sun did not rise, and by that time, we needed to go back to the airport, where we had a McDonald's breakfast before flying home.

"I was back in my bed at 10 am, where I slept till 12 before going to football at 1.

"It was a full-on weekend, but I loved every minute of it."

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Topics: Travel