September is here, which means one thing - we're scouring the internet for cheap holiday deals to catch the last of the sunshine. And as luck would have it, there's a huge British Airways sale happening right now - so pack your favourite summer dresses, make sure you've got enough sun cream and get ready to jet off into the sunset.
For less than £100 you can book flights and a two-night hotel stay at a range of European destinations, including Spain, Italy, France and Czech Republic.
Forget waiting for availability at one of the most Instagrammable Airbnbs, you can check in to a lovely four star hotel for a long weekend in Venice, Rome, Barcelona, Prague, Malaga or Nice for just £99 per person. Bargain.
If you want to push the boat out a little (and by a little, we mean by just £11), you can set off on a city break to Amsterdam, Krakow or Sofia. And if you're feeling really swish, for £118 you can enjoy a few days in Vienna, Berlin and Bilbao.
Fancy going a bit further? You can book yourself a three-night stay in a riad with breakfast and flights in Marrakech for £150 per person, or go extra luxe and shoot off to Mauritius from £499 return. FYI, there are also getaways to New York from £271.
You'll have to book your trip this month, but travel dates are covered well into the new year.
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