The cheapest last minute holiday destinations you can reach from Newcastle Airport

Are you starting to feel holiday envy this summer?

NW 25-7-22 Cheapest last minute destinations
NW 25-7-22 Cheapest last minute destinations

If the Instagram envy is starting to kick in, look no further than these top destinations.

We’re so lucky to have some easy access to so many major European nations thanks to Newcastle Airport, and if you haven’t booked anywhere yet this summer, take a look through some last minute options to see if you fancy any of the cheapest options out there.

Using LoveHolidays, we’ve taken a look at some of the cheapest trips abroad you can take over August. All prices are based on two adults making the trip for four nights.

Dublin

Well known for its drinking culture and cobbled traditional streets, Dublin is a fantastic option for those who want a short flight. Ireland’s capital has a castle, cathedral, zoo, wide open spaces, approachable locals and far more to experience.

A couple can make the trip over the Irish Sea from Newcastle for £150 per person.

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Krakow

The second largest city in Poland by population is a popular tourist spot for those in the North East due to regular flights from Newcastle. Travellers can soak in culture – it was officially approved as a UNESCO City of Literature – and history, being so close to the infamous Auschwitz concentration camp.

These days, the city is known for stunning architecture and open spaces which travellers can enjoy from £208 per person for four nights.

Paris

One of the most romantic hotspots of Europe, Paris is a megacity by every definition and easily accessible from the UK.

Full of iconic attractions from the Eiffel Tower to the Arc de Triomphe and Notre-Dame, Travellers can travel to the French capital for £217 per person.

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Riga

Latvia’s capital is a vastly underrated holiday destination. The city has a wealth of history but is constantly looking forward – the alternative scene in the city is growing every year and Riga is slowly becoming a must-visit for party goers. The small winding streets make it very similar to Prague and the cost of travelling there remains cheap. Two adults can fly there and stay in a local hotel for £217 per person.