5 FLIGHTS TO CATCH IN JULY FOR UNDER £200

Summer is around the corner, so it is time to start booking your holidays. Here are 5 flights you need to catch in July for under £200.

1. Amman, Jordan (£79) | 6th-10th of July

Amman, Jordan’s capital city, is noted for its well-preserved ruins, world-class museums, and thriving cultural scene. The capital city, a great blend of modern lifestyle and deep-rooted history, has a plethora of things to explore. The Temple of Hercules, the Amman Citadel, and the renowned Roman Theatre are among the most popular tourist attractions.

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Source: Reddit

2. Enfidha, Tunisia (£137) | 7th-14th of July

Enfidha is located in Tunisia’s north-eastern region. Enfidha is located in the heart of Sousse and Hammamet, two of Tunisia’s most popular holiday spots, with lots to do both on and off the beaches.

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Source: lasty.com.pl

3. Tbilisi, Georgia (£198) | 4th-11th of July

Tbilisi, is Georgia’s capital and largest city and is known for its distinctive architecture, which includes an eclectic mix of Medieval, Neoclassical, Art Nouveau, Stalinist, and Modernist landmarks and depicts the city’s historic history. Tbilisi is noted for its unusual mix of old and new architecture.

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Source: Radisson Blu

4. Istanbul, Türkiye (£142) | 12th-18th of July 

Istanbul, once known as Constantinople and Byzantium, is Türkiye’s economic, cultural, and historical centre. In the 15th century, the Ottomans conquered the city, which eventually became Istanbul. The city borders the Bosphorus Strait, marking the point where Europe and Asia Minor collide geographically and culturally.

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Source: roadaffair.com

5. Paphos, Cyprus (£76) | 7th-14th of July 

Paphos, the capital of western Cyprus, has a long and illustrious history. It is also known as the birthplace of the goddess Aphrodite, and is home to the massive fourth-century BC Tombs of the Kings, which are located high on a cliff above the sparkling sea, as well as a magnificent Byzantine fortress and beautiful mosaics.

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Source: chiangdao.com

Where will you be travelling to this summer? 

Stay tuned for more travel inspiration! 

*These prices were found on the 21st of April using Skyscanner, therefore prices are subject to change. These flights from London airports*

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