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Sunny island which costs £15 to fly to from UK is one of the 'best places' to visit this time of year

Sunny island which costs £15 to fly to from UK is one of the 'best places' to visit this time of year

I might book myself after writing this

Look, this weather is really p***ing me off.

I'm sure I'm not the only one who can't stand this 'one minute it's raining and one minute it's sunny' type of weather.

In football terms, Spring is a bit like Tottenham, once they start to look good, they ultimately let you down in the end (sorry Spurs fans).

But we are here to talk about holidays, not how United are worse than Spurs, which pains me to say.

The point being that you don't have to put up with this dodgy weather when it'll cost you more to get a taxi home from the pub than to fly to a lovely holiday destination for just £15.

Looks lovely, doesn't it?
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It's especially good for Liverpool fans, who can wipe away their tears from Klopp leaving with the thought of sunbathing in 24C weather in April.

Ryanair's website, at the time of writing, has a return ticket from Liverpool airport to the wonderful Malta for just £15 there and £15 back.

The Mediterranean island is a great travel destination for people who like a bit of history, culture, nice food, friendly locals and, most importantly, warm weather.

They've got an extensive bus network (MPT) to help you get around on the cheap and Uber is also available throughout the island.

According to travel websites, a 'typical mid-range restaurant meal may be €15-30 per person', which - although more than the flight - is still pretty reasonable.

You can also do a cheeky day trip to the Dingli Cliffs and Buskett Gardens to get your 'gram looking 'lit'.

Not to mention that tap water in Malta is safe to drink and you don't need to waste money on those huge plastic bottles with the uncomfortable handles.

For a one-week return from 17 April to 24 April, here is the cheapest price we could find:

See for yourself.

Now, if you've done Malta and you're fancying somewhere a bit warmer, then there's a 'new Dubai' travel destination that's nowhere nearly as expensive.

Dubai is classed as a luxury location, and for people with a few quid, everything is on show - from designer clothes and expensive restaurants to the world's tallest building and state-of-the-art architecture.

But if you're more into culture and don't want to pay top dollar, there is a nearby city that offers a bit more heritage, peace and quiet.

Just a one hour flight away from Dubai is Muscat, the capital of Oman and a city that has a lot to offer.

In April, you can expect highs of 32 °C, which is just about as hot as it needs to be before it gets uncomfortable.

You can expect highs of 30 °C in Muscat at this time of year.

"Located next to UAE on the southeastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula, Oman should not be overlooked," Travel Noire explained.

"Though it has been referred to as 'the new Dubai,' the country is a star in its own right with much to offer.

"Beautiful natural wonders, a deep-rooted history, incredible architecture and lively nightlife are a few reasons it is worth a visit."

I've been and I can confirm that it is stunning.

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