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When you're on a tight budget, it's still nice to get away and enjoy the sunshine or explore a new city. That's why we pull together some of the best deals on holidays for under £200 per person. And sometimes that £200 can go a long way. We've seen 5-star city breaks, all-inclusive beach holidays in Spain, 3 nights in a spa hotel, and much more, all for less than £200 per person.
Flexibility really is important when you're trying to book a holiday for less than 200 pounds but there really are some great deals out there, including all-inclusive holidays under £200.
We've hunted around and found some of our favourite and best holiday deals out there. So if you're on a budget and can stretch to £200 per person, check out the best value deals on here.
Take a browse of these deals and remember that flexibility is key. The more dates you can travel on, and destinations to visit, the more opportunity for some great deals.
With so many low-cost airlines now flying across Europe like Ryanair, Wizzair and easyJet, there are some fantastic destinations to visit when you're on a budget. Late deals can also be a great way to reduce cost, if you're flexible and are keen to book a last minute holiday under £200.
Barcelona is an ideal destination for a budget break. It's historic sites and stunning architecture will amaze, while those who also like the warmth and sunshine of the Mediterranean can enjoy one of the city's beautiful beaches.
A beach holiday in Turkey could also definitely be on the cards. You can get a lot for you money out here and with hotels offering some fantastic all-inclusive offers for less than £200, you won't have to worry about spending a penny while you're away.
Of course if you're after more of a city break, Venice can offer some beautiful 4-star hotel breaks with breakfast in the heart of the city, allowing you to easily explore the canals and narrow streets of this stunning city.
You might have thought about leaving the country on holiday, but there are some fantastic holidays in the UK for less than £200. Try a caravan holiday in one of hundreds of countryside and coastal locations around the country and explore your own back yard. Holiday parks in Devon, Cornwall and Dorset offer some low-cost holiday options for families, even in the summer, with 7 night escapes for less than you might think. Or if you just fancy one or two nights in spa hotel, a bed & breakfast room package with spa treatment can come in well under budget.
Whether you're flying from Glasgow, Newcastle or any other regional airport, low-cost airlines like Jet2 and easyJet have paved the way for low fares to hundreds of destinations across Europe. From city destinations like Prague, Budapest and Copenhagen, to half board beach holidays like Italy and Spain. And if you're lucky, you can also grab yourself an all inclusive holiday at a bargain price too.
The key to finding great holidays for less than £200 is flexibility and be sure to ask friends and family for tips and tricks too.
You may want to go on a 5-star weekend break in Paris or a week's all-inclusive holiday in Tenerife in the school holidays, but if you can be flexible with dates and destinations you will be able to find similar trips for under £200.
The peak school holiday season can be notoriously expensive when it comes to booking a holiday. Airlines push up their prices, as do hotels, and availability decreases, and ultimately the cost of a family holiday rises. We hunt around for school holiday deals, however having the ability to travel during the off-peak days and periods can help save some serious cash. Try midweek departures out of the school holidays and you'll be sure to find a good deal or two.
Destination is also an important factor when trying to get your holiday under the £200 mark. Destinations such as Turkey and Tunisia have some incredible offers for a beach break in the sun. And with a range of hotels available from 2 to 5-star, and various board basis' on offer, a beach holiday doesn't have to break the bank.
Generally speaking, booking your flight and hotel together can bring about some good discounts, however, if you're planning on flying with a low cost airline or two, it's also worth checking the airline's website to 1) see whether flights on dates either side of your planned holiday maybe cheaper and 2) book directly, allowing you to avoid any additional fees. It's always work looking around when you're trying to save money.
All-inclusive holidays under £200 can be pretty rare. You'll probably need to reduce down your length of stay to enjoy an all inclusive hotel or resort, spending just a few days in your chosen destination, rather than a week.
With low cost flights from across the UK, there are loads of deals on city breaks under £200 in Europe. Ryanair has led the way in fares from as little as £5 each way to destinations across Europe which means it's easy to pair it up with accommodation. Popular destinations include cities like Milan, Barcelona, Hamburg and Stockholm, so make sure you compare hotel prices too with the likes of Trivago.
Rome is an ideal city break location, rich in history, culture and, the most important, food! Fly into Rome Fiumicino and stay close to the city centre where possible. Some hotels and Airbnb accommodations may say Rome but they can be outside so be sure to check the distance and public transport options.
Whether flying or taking the Eurostar, Paris is a quick and easy option for a city break. There are plenty of cheap hotels too, including budget friendly chains like Ibis and F1 hotels. Montmartre offers a variety of low cost hotels and it's close to the Gare du Nord so it's easy to jump on and off the train.
Just an hour from the UK, Amsterdam has long been a popular destination in Europe for a short break. Cheap flights with the likes of easyJet and cheap accommodation makes Amsterdam popular for breaks, whether it's for romance or with friends.
Krakow is a truly up and coming city. From its history to its very affordable food and drink, Krakow offers a great break. For some interesting, but sombre, culture, try a twin centre city break to Krakow and Auschwitz, which is 2 hours train from the city centre.
If you search hard enough, you'll definitely find beach holidays under £200 per person. But forget searching, we've found some great deals for you. Brands like Teletext Holidays, Love Holidays and easyJet Holidays offer some great beach holiday deals if you can be flexible.
Barcelona is an ideal beach holiday and city break destination all rolled into one. Spend time exploring the city by foot, before heading up to the rooftop pool or down to the beach for a bit of relaxation in the sunshine. What's more is that there are plenty of flights, so you can even get some great cheap weekend getaways if you book early enough.
Another great beach holiday destination is Majorca. The airport is a short drive from the city of Palma which is another perfect beach/city destination, or you can head out to one of the beach resorts like Cala Millor or Magaluf for a cheap holiday in the sunshine.
Particularly during the low season, The Algarve is a really good destination for a budget break. With low cost flights into Faro and plenty of hotel options from Lagos to Vilamoura, you'll find a few days in the Portuguese sunshine is doable. We'd recommend no less than a 3 night stay at least. You might even be able to grab yourself a half board holiday too.
The Summer school holidays are notorious for higher prices and busy resorts, especially if you're flying from a regional airport where there aren't as many flights each week. And while you might need to be a little more restricted, you may still be able to find a great deal under 200 pounds even in July or August.
Popular resorts in Spain like the Costa Brava, Costa Blanca and Costa Del Sol, are likely to have some of the lowest holiday prices, along with the Algarve in Portugal. And don't forget the islands too. Ibiza, Menorca and Majorca usually have some cheap holidays, but you might be pushed to get anything for £199 or less per person in the Canary Island during the peak summer months.
With high prices, you might be better suited to a UK staycation. Caravan holidays under £200 can provide just as much fun in the UK sun as travelling abroad, and you get to skip the airport queues and delays. Upgrade to larger lodges or sea views and discover a new part of the country that you've not visited before.
If you prefer to stay in the UK, you could even grab yourself a family caravan holiday for less than £200 per family! Less than £50 per person. Bear in mind you should book early to avoid disappointment, and they will be self catering holidays, so you'll need to keep in mind that food will cost extra. Other extras may also include entertainment passes but this depends on the holiday park.
Whatever your holiday looks like, always try and book with an ABTA or ATOL protected provider for your financial protection. Brands like TUI, On The Beach, and jet2Holidays can provide this. With deal websites like Dealchecker and Ice Lolly Holidays, make sure the provider you end up booking with (it won't be directly with those two brands), also have a level of protection.
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Free child place holidays under £200pp may be possible, but are rare. Be flexible, travel during low season and keep an eye out for deals at all the big tour operators. You'll probably need to look at shorter breaks like 3 night holidays to get the lowest prices.
The cheapest holidays are usually during low season (when temperatures are cooler in sunny destinations), and outside of school holidays.
There's no specific day of the week to book the cheapest holidays, however, certain holiday sales like January or Black Friday can often offer the lowest prices.