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Krakow direct from Liverpool John Lennon Airport

Krakow, Poland

Regularly noted as one of Europe’s most beautiful cities, Krakow is filled with diverse, stunning architecture, including gothic, renaissance and baroque, as well as Wawel Cathedral, Royal Castle and Saint Mary’s Basilica.

Lanzarote and the Canary Isles from Liverpool John Lennon Airport

Lanzarote, Canary Islands

Lanzarote’s Papagayo beach situated in Los Ajaches Nature Reserve is a must see destination featuring breathtakingly beautiful orange sand beach with blue-green waters. For adventure seekers, an off road buggy tour will surely entice. Ride across rugged terrain, volcanic landscapes and hit the beaches whilst you enjoy the ocean breeze on your face.


For those looking for an enchanting getaway in the run-up to Christmas, why not take a trip to visit Santa in captivating Lapland? Fly direct to Rovaniemi with Ryanair, or grab a package holiday with Newmarket Holidays, Santa's Lapland and Transun.

Larnaca, Cyprus

Larnaca, Cyprus

Larnaca’s airport is ideally situated for a range of sunny resorts. Protaras is popular for its rugged coastline and sandy beaches. Visitors can also take boat trips out to the protected nature park, Cape Greco, or go to the ghost town of Varosha, which has been deserted since the 1970’s.

Riverside view of Lyon

Lyon, France

Head to Lyon and discover France's gastronomic capital, history in abundance and a perfect blend of tradition and modernity.

Madeira, an island of Portugal

Madeira, Portugal

The island of Madeira, off the coast of Portugal, is not only known for its coastal delights, but also its rich variety of culture and attractions.

Madrid, Spain

Madrid, Spain

The Spanish capital is built on the banks of the Manzanares River and has a history that goes back to the Roman Empire. It’s chock full of gorgeous architecture, which can be appreciated from the city’s many squares.

Majorca direct from Liverpool John Lennon Airport

Majorca, Spain

Palma is situated in the south of Majorca overlooking the stunning blue Mediterranean seas and boasts an array of beach clubs to entice the most ardent travellers. Palma is also home to over half the population of Majorca, which means a bustling atmosphere, especially when the annual festivities are held in January (Sant Sebastian) and June (Sant Joan).

Malaga direct from Liverpool John Lennon Airport

Malaga, Spain

The Costa del Sol is full of amazing places to stay. Marbella is the most famous and this glitzy resort has miles of beaches and a decadent nightlife. It also has the highest concentration of Rolls Royce cars in the world.