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first_img Related6 flights for £60 or less!With flights starting at just £29, why not give in to temptation?6 super cheap flights for less than £35Grab an amazing deal on last-minute flights to these European cities.6 unsung city breaks in Europe for under £60Visit an exciting alternative European destination on the cheap with these bargain flight deals. 5. Belfast, Northern Ireland from £42With plenty of interesting sites to explore, it’s worth dragging yourself out of Belfast’s many lively boozers, although they’re a great place to catch live music sessions and meet the friendly locals. Belfast Castle, Ulster Museum, St Anne’s Cathedral, City Hall and Titanic’s Dock are just some of the places worth checking out. If you do get thirsty, pull in to the Crown Liquor Saloon, Belfast’s most famous and popular public house. Owned by the National Trust, it is as notable for its history as it is for its food and drink selection.Check pricesRead more: 10 best things to do in Belfast – a local’s guide*Flight prices correct at time of publication and for return journeys from the UK in March 2015.Skyscanner is the world’s travel search engine, helping your money go further on flights, hotels and car hire.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map 3. Prague, Czech Republic from £49Another popular spot to go before settling down in to marital bliss, Prague has plenty to offer families looking for a last-minute getaway, as well as groups looking for a good time. The City of Hundred Spires looks like it fell straight out of the pages of a fairytale book. Set on the vast Vlatva River, Prague is packed with stunning architecture, chilled out cafés and bars to unwind in.Check prices Need a holiday after all the half-term chaos? Looking for a last-minute flight to surprise mum with this Mother’s Day (March 15th, if you needed a reminder)?From pizza in Pisa to a bit of Czech charm, Skyscanner have it sorted. Check out these five European city break ideas for less than £45*1. Nuremburg, Germany from £43Leave the hipster beards in Berlin and escape to Bavaria for a weekend gazing at Gothic castles, gorging on Nürnberger Bratwürste sausages and sampling the regions famous beers. Many people go to Nuremburg at Christmas time for the wonderful markets, but there are plenty of awesome out-of-season stalls for you to shop at in Nuremburg’s old town. Be sure to pick up some souvenir gingerbread, a cookie that the city is famous for.Check pricesRead more: 10 best places to visit in Germanycenter_img 4. Pisa, Italy from £58Get a piece of the action in Pisa. Home of the famous Leaning Tower – a great spot for cringey tourist snaps – head to the Piazza dei Miracoli and then stroll along the Arno River. Work up an appetite then treat yourself to homemade pasta or great value gnocchi at a restaurant in Piazza delle Vettovaglie in Pisa’s medieval district.Check pricesRead more: 5 most romantic cities in Italy 2. Riga, Latvia from £46Riga doesn’t look bad for her age, founded over 800 years ago, despite being one of Europe’s most popular stag and hen-do destinations. But this UNESCO World Heritage site has more to offer than cheap pints. Explore the Latvian capital’s Art Nouveau district and Old Town area for a glimpse in to the city’s Soviet past. As evening draws in, get up to Skyline Bar, perched 26 floors high above the city for bird’s eye views and a sophisticated sundowner.Check pricesRead more: Europe’s 10 best budget stag and hen do destinationslast_img