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British Airways offering More of Europe from Sin$998

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com Tuesday, 7 August 2007

British Airways has extended its year-round low fare of Sin$998 to include three new destinations in Europe apart from London. Travellers can now also choose to fly directly to Manchester, Paris and Frankfurt on British Airways' year-round low fare.

From Manchester's football heritage, to its burgeoning food landscape and year round festivals, let  your hair down in one of England's most vibrant and multi-faceted cities. Or, follow the scent of the Seine in Paris and seek out romance along Paris's streets, squares and boulevards. Start with the Notre Dame Cathedral and the Ille de la Cite in the north, down past the Louvre and finally cap off a tremendous journey on top of the Eiffel Tower.

Frankfurt holds its own against these two magnificent cities with its vibrant cultural scene punctuated by year-long festivals such as the Museum Quay Festival, which is a three day fete involving most of the cities' major museums, theatres and concert halls. Other sights include Goethehaus, birthplace of the one of the greatest figures in Western literature and where Goethe's Faust took shape, and St. Bartholomus Cathedral, the ancient venue for election and coronation of the Holy Roman Emperors. 

British Airways is also offering some special deals to other parts of Europe including Spain, Italy, Belgium, Austria, and Turkey amongst others with fares starting from Sin$1,098. Entitled 'Attractive Prices', this concurrent campaign runs until 12 September 2007.

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