Want to go on holiday, but sticking to a tight budget? Then you may want to check out Eurostar's offerings for the spring/summer season.
Eagle-eyed bargain hunters on HotUKdeals spotted that you can currently find heaps of £29 fares to popular destinations such as Paris, Brussels and Lille. (The fares are one-way, so that means returns from £58).
The best part? There are cheap fares throughout April to July, so there's ample opportunity to bag a bargain.
That includes the Easter holidays as well as May half term dates, as well as plenty more deals including fares from £39.50.
You can currently book the fares on the Eurostar website but it's worth noting they are subject to availability.
Make sure to keep hold of your ticket when you go sightseeing, as you can bag 2-for-1 entry at a host of museums and galleries in the likes of Paris or Brussels, simply by showing your Eurostar ticket at the gate. You can find out more here.
Thinking of using the offers as an excuse to see the French capital? The good news is that there are heaps of cheap hotels in Paris, for a way of making that holiday budget stress a little bit further.
Oh, and if you're thinking of a magical day trip with the kids, we've rounded up the best Disneyland Paris deals on tickets and meal deals that are well worth having on your radar.
Don't be disheartened if you can't quite make the offers work for you; instead, bookmark our our Holiday Deals page which we update throughout the year with all the latest travel sales and offers we think you'll love.
Meanwhile, although it's not included in the Eurostar deals, you could bag a cheap break to Amsterdam thanks to the high-speed rail service.
In fact, Eurostar recently unveiled its new direct Amsterdam-UK service, with fares starting from £35 each way.
Add in a stay at one of Amsterdam's best cheap hotels and you could find yourself with some budget to spare to spend on actually exploring the city. (We've rounded up the best things to see and do to give you a dose of inspiration).
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