And we're here for it.
Words by Maisie Bovingdon
Ryanair has launched an unmissable Easter sale on flights – just in case you fancy booking a last minute getaway this four-day weekend.
The airline has slashed the prices of 500,000 seats by up to 20 per cent, and the sale is tempting us to book, book, book.
However, there is a catch.
The tickets are for one way travels – something that could prove problematic, but on the flip-side you could just choose to island hop, especially if you are planning on doing some interrailing. Or just book a separate cheap and cheerful return flight. Simple.
Jetsetters can get their #wanderlust on with a mini break to Belgium or the Netherlands for €14.99, a city break to Scotland’s capital Edinburgh for €17.99 one way, or even Bologna, Amsterdam and Paris for just €19.99.
While others may prefer a city break slightly further afield will go head over heels for a boujee beachside break to Biarritz for €22.98, or splash out a bit more on a trip to Spanish hotspots Barcelona and Madrid for €24.99.
Ears pricked up yet? We thought so.
Marrakesh has become hugely popular, so why not jump on a plane for €28.99 single flight, and you’ll be there in just a few hours browsing through all the goodies in the Medina.
For those looking for a super chilled getaway doing nothing but sitting by the pool, or pitching up at the beach with a good book and G&T in hand venture to Ibiza, Malta or Paphos for under €35 for a one way flight – you may love it so much you will never want to return and go all ‘Shirley Valentine’ on us.
There is also another catch though, as these flights are only available from a handful of Ireland airports, Dublin, Knock, Kerry, Shannon and Cork.
The flights are available now if you book to travel up until March 2020.