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first_img Related7 places to visit under £70 you probably haven’t even heard of7 countries, 7 cool European destinations to visit this autumn or winter for less than £70.6 last-minute New Year holidays for under £100Bring in the New Year with a mini-break to one of these six city destinations – all with flights for less than £100.Best Budget Holiday Destinations for 2012Skyscanner seeks out the best places to make your money go far in 2012. 1. Szczecin, Poland from £46Lying between Berlin and the Baltic in the far north-west of Poland, Szczecin has only very recently appeared on the city breaker’s radar thanks to new flights from the UK. Check out this elegant, exciting city on the River Odra before the crowds get there – it could be the new Krakow or Tallinn. What’s more, you could combine seeing the city with a couple of days on a Baltic beach – despite the name, it’s hot in summer!2. Rodez, France from £46Where? Even the most ardent of French fanciers would be hard-pushed to place Rodez on the map, but with such cheap flights, the capital of nowhere in particular (it’s roughly north-east of Toulouse) is well worth a cheeky break. Rodez’s godlike gastronomy will keep foodies enthralled to such a degree that a whole weekend could be spent eating, but be sure to take a tour of this ancient city, even if it’s just to work up an appetite. 3. Trieste, Italy from £58If Rome is too touristy and Venice too cheesy, whisk away the object of your desire to a real Italian city where you’ll get more gelato for your euro. Trieste is at the crossroads of Europe, Italian by political geography, yet virtually in Slovenia on the map, and Viennese in nature. If we were prone to cliché, then ‘melting pot’ would be on the tip of our coffee-and-cake-covered tongue, and we’d have ruined our appetite for that candlelit dinner…4. Haugesund, Norway from £55To its north, Bergen, to its south, Stavanger: with these two Norse behemoths as near neighbours, it’s not really a surprise that tourists overlook the fine city by the sea, Haugesund. Gorge on fresh seafood and hang out in bars that are cooler than an autumn night, but a trip here should not be confined to the city limits, for just beyond are mountains high, fjords deep, waterfalls, beaches and the island of Utsira, where you can seriously get away from it all. 5. Timisoara, Romania from £105You could say it was a lightbulb moment. Timisoara was the first place in Europe, and second in the world after New York, to have electric street lights. Despite this claim to fame, this stately city in the far west of Romania doesn’t draw many visitors, which means you’ll have sights such as atmospheric Huniade Castle to yourself. Take a boat trip on the Bega canal, watch the world go by over an ice cream in Victory Square and take in a performance at the marvellous Romanian Opera House.6. Kaunas, Lithuania from £62Vilnius takes all the tourists, but Kaunas is the city for experiencing the real beating heart of Lithuania, free of stag-partying Scousers dressed as Superman. Must-sees include the Mega Aquarium – a shark tank in a shopping centre – and the Lithuanian Aviation Museum, where old Soviet MIGs and choppers rust in peace.7. Croydon, England from £60Ok, ok, it’s a town, and we realise that London is one of the most-visited global destinations, but few tourists shun the Palace and the Eye for the secret sights of south London. Just a few flaps as the urban crow flies from the capital’s centre is historic Croydon. Who needs Madame Tussaud’s when you’ve got The Whitgift Centre? Find out more about ‘The New Manhattan’ – follow the link to come with us on a tour of one of the top ten towns in Surrey to find out if Croydon is Britain’s most interesting town.And if you’re looking for more, read our first septuplet of secret cities.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img