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You might suspect that you don't like the Christmas markets - the weather's too cold, the markets are too expensive and the whole thing is just too busy. But come on, ignore the Scrooge that lurks inside you - surely we can all admit that we're suckers for tradition, deep down.
There are plenty of plus points: you can grab yourself some last-minute Christmas presents (is there any other kind?) and, more pertinently, you can eat and drink your body weight in sausages and German beer.
In fact, you could be having all this fun in one of 27 European destinations for as little as £89 per person for two nights. If you book on Groupon, that is.
This deal will bag you two nights' stay at a hotel in a mystery European destination. That's right - you won't know where you're going until it's booked.
The destinations on offer make for excellent reading too - they include places such as Berlin, Frankfurt, Rome, Florence, Prague, Budapest, Amsterdam, Barcelona and Paris.
The prices are based on the cost for one person, but you must buy two vouchers as a minimum. The stay is in a twin or double room with direct return flights.
One voucher will set you back £89 ($110) which is for two nights and flights valid from Sunday to Thursday. If you wanted to go over a weekend (valid Friday and Saturday) the price would go up to £109 ($134).
If you fancied a little longer than two nights, look no further. For a three-night getaway with flights valid Sunday to Thursday you would pay £109 ($134) and for three nights covering Friday and Saturday it would be £129 ($159).
Groupon hasn't stopped there, either. If you want to expand to a four-night break you'd be paying £129 ($159) covering Sunday to Thursday. For weekend days the price would go up to £149 ($183).
There are only 10 days left to redeem the voucher and the selected dates are between 20 November and 20 December.
No modification or cancellation will be allowed after booking confirmation. Bookings are non-refundable and non-transferable to another destination once confirmed. Therefore, if you're not happy with what you get... well, tough.
Direct flights will go from a number of UK airports including London Gatwick, London Stansted, Liverpool, Manchester, Edinburgh and Leeds.
If this doesn't sound like your cup of tea, you could always book on the Eurostar with tickets being flogged from £29 ($35) one-way to the likes of Paris, Brussels, Lille and Calais.
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