Check those prices! Yes, you shall go the ball. We wave our magic wand to find you this week’s best flight bargains – all for under £35!1. Malmo, Sweden from £23Love your Swedish/Danish crime dramas? Then Malmo gives you the best of both worlds. A 25-minute train ride from the Danish capital, Copenhagen, and you could be exploring one of Sweden’s coolest cities. Browse the designer stores on Gamla Väster, or pick up some unique souvenirs in Möllevȧngstorget’s open air market. Make sure to pack your Sarah Lund jumper!2. Derry, Northern Ireland from £25Being UK City of Culture 2013 is reason enough to visit the revitalised city of Derry, but don’t think that culture just means art exhibitions and pottery workshops. Derry is going to be hosting some hearty parties this year, when ‘the craic’ will be turned up to 11. The five-day Jazz & Big Band Festival attracts 35,000 people for a hedonistic hooley of head-nodding, toe-tapping and replenishing their glasses with regularity. Sounds like good fun.3. Tours, France from £25Thanks to its position in the heart of France, Tours prides itself on the precision of its pronunciation, so if you consider yourself the reflection of perfection, mangle your Français on a weekend break in the ‘Jardin de la France’. Tours is also famous for its food, so find a good restaurant (it shouldn’t be too hard) and tuck in. 4. Frankfurt, Germany from £28Frankfurt is not the most obvious city for a break, but it’s not all business and skyscrapers. Aficionados of large railway hubs will love the city’s Central Station – one of the largest terminal stations in Europe. After all that excitement you may need a drink – so head to one of many olde worlde ‘apple-wine’ taverns in the Affentorplatz district.5. Haugesund, Norway from £29Haugesund is an unsung gem of a city by the sea in the south of Norway. Little visited by tourists, Haugesund offers a fascinating introduction to the country. Its airport is located on the island of Karmøy, which is a worth a visit itself for some fine fresh air and peaceful countryside.6. Warsaw, Poland from £31Your spending money will go a long way in Warsaw, whether you want to visit the city’s cultural attractions or just drink beer. Go star-gazing at the cosmologically-named Heavens of Copernicus planetarium, spend a day on the Royal Road sightseeing parade, and spend a night on the town. Grab a great value meal at a Communist era ‘milk bar’ which will keep you going for dancing the night away in Śródmieście, centre of after-dark action.7. Venice, Italy from £34Ah, the city of love expressed in song by crooning gondoliers, of cornettos for breakfast, of morning coffee in sun-dappled piazzas, linguine for lunch, art in the afternoon and prosecco on tap. It could only be Venice. Visit out of season before the summer crowds descend – that prosecco is the ideal accompaniment to a sunny spring day on holiday.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedSkint spring trips: 6 flights for under £35From Sweden to Croatia, we pick six of the cheapest flights going on Skyscanner for a spring trip, all for less than £35 return.6 flights for under £60Skiing, sunshine, Valentine’s Day, the 150th birthday of the Tube… Six excuses for a holiday, all with flights under £60.10 flights for under £40We pick 10 of the cheapest flights on Skyscanner this week – just the ticket for a brilliant bargain break.