Jet2 currently has cheap European city breaks from £159pp for holidays in 2022 including discounts on destinations such as Krakow, Rome, Barcelona, Prague and Budapest
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Jet2 is currently offering Brits the chance to snap up some cheap city breaks with discounts of up to £50pp off a host of European hotspots.
The holiday giant currently has short breaks from £159pp to the likes of Budapest, Rome, Barcelona, Krakow and Prague, along with other perks such as deposits from £60pp.
The cheapest deals tend to be based on February and March departures, and there are also holidays from £199pp available for April ahead of the Easter break.
You can check out all of the deals on the Jet2holidays website, although they are subject to availability.
To give you a helping hand, we've picked out some of the top offers that caught our attention below.
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Where can I go on holiday from the UK right now?
- Budapest from £160pp in February - book here.
- Krakow from £176pp in February - book here.
- Rome from £181pp in February - book here.
- Barcelona from £186pp in March - book here.
- Prague from £203pp in March - book here.
- Paris from £211pp in February - book here.
It's worth noting that the deals above are based on three-night breaks, often on a bed and breakfast stay although this can differ depending on your hotel choice.
Don't be disheartened if the above offers don't quite work for you. We've rounded up more discounts in our holiday deals guide which we regularly update with the codes and sales that we think you'll want on your radar.
Not sure where you'd want to go first? We've got guides including which countries are open to UK travellers, the places you can visit without a Covid test if you're vaccinated, and a guide of the Mirror travel team's pick of the best holidays for 2022.
New UK travel rules are set to come into force in February, with day two Covid test requirements being axed for the fully vaccinated.
This means that double jabbed travellers will simply need to fill out a pre-departure form before travelling to the UK.
Those who are unvaccinated or partially vaccinated will need to fill out the same form, and take Covid tests pre-departure and post-arrival.
The changes will come into force from 4am on February 11, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps confirmed earlier this week.
Travel restrictions continue to apply and can change quickly during the pandemic, so always check the latest Foreign Office advice for a destination before booking or going on a trip abroad.
This also includes important information such as entry rules regarding Covid tests you may need, whether you need to be fully vaccinated to be exempt from quarantine, or if there are other requirements in place in order to be granted entry.
Which destinations would you like us to find more deals for? Let us know in the comments below.