Just a note before the deal, booking any flight given the current situation is at your own risk. If you were to book a flight I’d recommend reading about the country you plan to fly to current situation and of course Ireland’s (i.e whether you’ll have to quarantine or PCR test etc.), using a credit card as you have greater protection, reading the cancellation conditions and in most cases booking directly with the airline.
This deal is for a weekend break to Riga, Latvia with flights from Dublin and 2 nights in a 3* hotel for €111 per person!
Riga is set on the Baltic Sea at the mouth of the River Daugava. It’s considered a cultural centre and is home to many museums and concert halls. The city is also known for its wooden buildings, art nouveau architecture and medieval Old Town. Riga’s Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Price breakdown with links: (based on 2 people sharing)
Total: €111 per person based on 2 people sharing
The flights from Dublin are with Ryanair, leaving on Friday the 21st of October and returning on Sunday the 23rd of October. As it’s only for two nights, I haven’t added priority with an extra cabin bag and this will cost extra. There is a link to the flights below, click on this to be brought to the Ryanair website.
The hotel is the 3* Ibis Riga Centre, which is rated 8.3 out of 10 with guests from Booking.com. This hotel is set in a historical building from 1895 and is located across from Riga Central railway station and 400 metres from the Old Town of Riga and Latvian National Opera. The rooms are modern and contemporary in design with free Wi-Fi blackout blinds and soundproofing.
A double or twin room at Ibis Riga Centre is available for only €40 per person for a 2 night stay, which is based on 2 people sharing. This brings the total cost for flights from Dublin and 2 nights in a 3* hotel to €111 per person!
There is a link below to book the hotel, click on this to be brought to the Booking.com website.
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