Hey weekenders! I’ve come across an awesome deal for a long weekend to Krakow in February 2021. Krakow is an awesome city and well worth visiting. The deal costs just £83pp, and the hotel part of the booking is completely refundable. The trip is from Friday 19th – Monday 22nd February 2021 and includes:
- 3 nights in a city centre apartment (rated 9.2/10 on Booking.com)
- Return flights from London Luton (or pay £8 more for Gatwick flights)
The below are the cheapest flights on this date (19th-22nd Feb) – but you can get much better times (and options from London Gatwick) on the same dates for just £8 more:
The apartment is the RAJSKA 3 by PI Apartments, an excellent rated aparthotel (rated 9.2/10 on Booking.com) right in the centre of the city. To get the below rate, make sure you follow the ‘how to book’ instructions below.
How to book
Firstly, book your flights using SkyScanner.net for the dates 19th-21st February 2021. Krakow is one of the cheapest destinations at this time of year. You can pick the cheapest option that I showed you above, or you can chose flights with better times or from Gatwick for just £8 more.
Secondly, you need to download the Hotels.com app, in order to get the best rate on this hotel. Once you’ve downloaded it, create an account for the app. Once you’ve done that, search for RAJSKA 3 by PI Apartments from 19th-21st February 2021. Select the refundable rate (£88.25). Once you get to check out, press ‘add coupon code’ and enter code BLCHOTELS. This is the only discount code that seems to work on this booking.
Hey presto, you’re going to Krakow for just £83pp!
Plus – you can get bonus Avios points when you pay through a British Airways American Express Card. If you haven’t got one, you can apply for one by following this link, and you could get a bonus 6,000 points just for signing up.
Remember, given the COVID situation, all booking are made with a slight risk which you should evaluate yourself. This particular booking comes with a refundable hotel (so you can chose to cancel & get your money back) and the flights are ‘flexible’, so you could change the date if you don’t end up going.