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If you dream of cheap and interesting holiday travels, during which you can not only lie on the beach, but also explore, we have the perfect suggestions for you. For summer, we recommend Northern Normandy, Bruges and beautiful Amsterdam. In each of these places you will find sun, wonderful views, interesting culture and delicious cuisine. If you don't want to spend a lot on your trip, it's best to compare offers, and the sooner you take advantage of the promotion, you'll save more.
When traveling on vacation with the whole family, the cost of airline tickets can be very high. The cheapest, but also the most comfortable option is a car that you can drive at your own pace and stop whenever you want.
If you want to relax in a French climate without spending all your savings, we recommend you go to Northern Normandy. In this charming and beautiful region, there is the Cote d’Albatre resort, where you will admire the views and delicious food, as well as rest in peace. Holidays on the French coast don't have to be expensive if you plan them well. The price for a double room with breakfast in B&B is on average € 20 and in hotels € 50. Local restaurants specialize in seafood dishes whose prices start from € 10. The easiest way to get to Cote d'Albatre is by taking the DFDS ferry from Newhaven to Dieppe from £ 75 per car each way.
Or maybe you want to spend your vacation actively? An interesting proposition is Burges, a small town full of fairy-tale canals, medieval buildings and cobbled streets where tourists stroll. Try Flemish cuisine at affordable prices, € 7- € 20 per person. Gourmets can visit the museum of chocolate, fries and beer. Tickets to most museums are not expensive, and if you get a Burges city card, you can save extra. The three-day card costs € 45 per person. When it comes to accommodation, hotel prices start from € 40 for a double room. The cheapest way to get from the UK to Bruges is by taking the DFDS ferry from Dover to Dunkirk, which will cost you from £ 45 per car each way.
A visit to Amsterdam does not have to be just for the weekend. This city offers endless attractions for the whole family regardless of the weather. The Amsterdam City Card is a tourist card that allows you to enter many museums, botanical gardens, Muiderslot castle and many other interesting places for free. The card costs € 50.50 per person. Restaurants are a pleasant surprise, because there are really a lot of them, and dinner can be enjoyed from € 8. The price of accommodation starts from € 60 for a double room. A DFDS ferry ride from Nescastle to Amsterdam costs from £ 81 per car each way.
For more information or to book a flight, please visit: www.dfds.pl/promy
DFDS is the largest integrated shipping and logistics company in Northern Europe with a network of about 30 routes and 50 cargo and passenger ships. DFDS boasts offering world-class facilities and services, and the largest selection of ferry routes to Northern Europe.
In the UK, the company handles passenger services on routes from Dover to Calais, from Dover to Dunkirk, from Newcastle to Amsterdam and from Newhaven to Dieppe. DFDS has been named the "Leading European Ferry Operator" for 8 years in a row (2011-2018), as well as "Leading Ferry Operator in the World" (2012-2018).
DFDS currently operates up to 54 flights a day between Dover and France on the Dover-Dunkirk and Dover-Calais routes. DFDS also offers two daily flights between Newcastle and Amsterdam.
In addition, the DFDS network includes passenger and freight services between Newhaven and Dieppe, where four daily flights are operated by Transmanche Ferries. Ferries operating the Dover - Calais, Côte Des Dunes, Côte Des Flandres and Calais Seaways routes sail under the French flag. Ferries operating the route from Dover to Dunkirk, Dover Seaways, Delft Seaways and Dunkerque Seaways operate the flag of Great Britain.
For more information about DFDS or to check the latest timetable, fares and offers on all routes from Great Britain, go to www.dfds.pl/promy.
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