Cool ideas for May Day holidays

Do you remember winter, when we eagerly waited for warm and sunny days? Now they are finally here, let’s take advantage of them! We have selected for you some attractive offers for the May Day holidays, which are friendly to your wallet and promise an interesting experience. If spring awakes your travel itch, scratch it quickly :) Book a plane ticket and a GoOpti transfer to the airport and start the spring with a new exciting travel experience.
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Flight from Treviso airport to Naples with Ryanair from EUR 44
GoOpti transfer to Treviso airport from EUR 15

Did you know?

1. The breathtaking historical center
Have you ever heard the saying: "See Naples and die?" The Old Town is considered one of the largest in Europe and represents 27 centuries of history. Since 1995, it has also been a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

2. The Coast of Amalfi and Pompeii
The coast of Amalfi is a beautiful area with romantic towns and villages. Visiting the remains of the ancient cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum, which were destroyed by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79, is a unique experience.

3. The true birthplace of pizza Margerita!
In 1830, the first pizzeria in the world was open in Naples. The story goes that Queen Margherita of Savoy, the first queen of Naples and the wife of King Umberto I, was so popular among people that in 1889, the owner of the Brandi pizzeria dedicated to her a special pizza with the colors of the Italian flag; the green color was basil, the white was cheese and the red was tomato sauce.


Flight from Marco Polo airport to Berlin with EasyJet from EUR 67
GoOpti transfer to Marco Polo airport from EUR 9

Did you know?

1. The city for dancing and having fun
Between 40,000 and 50,000 people dance every weekend in Berlin clubs. Almost every single station in the inner-city train network has a nightclub nearby.

2. Berlin has more museums than rainy days
There are 180 museums in Berlin,and it only rains 106 days a year on average.

3. Berlin has more bridges than Venice
Berlin has nearly 2,100 bridges, while Venice has approximately 420. There are over 180 kilometres of navigable waterways, which allow you to explore the city by boat, kayak, …


Flight from Bergamo Airport to Warsaw with Ryanair from EUR 55
GoOpti transfer to Bergano airport from EUR 15

Did you know?

1. A walk in nature in the city center
The park close to the Łazienki Królewskie museum spreads over 76 acres and offers walks in unspoilt nature in the city center.

2. Heaven for those with a sweet tooth
Warsaw is also known as a place for those who have a sweet tooth because of the most famous Polish chocolate company E. Wedel, located in the city center.

3. Hipster place
Warsaw has a place called Plac Zbawiciela, which is an unofficial hipster hangout because of many “cool and hip” coffee shops, bars and restaurants.


Flight from Milan Malpensa airport to Bucharest with Ryanair from EUR 60
GoOpti transfer to Malpensa airport from EUR 14

Did you know?

1. Little Paris
Bucharest is also called “Little Paris” or “Eastern Paris”. From 1900 to 1930, it was considered one of the most beautiful and modern European cities. And it was very similar to Paris in terms of architecture and lifestyle.

2. The Palace of Parliament (almost) large as the Pentagon
The Palace of Parliament is the second largest administrative building in the world, right after the Pentagon in the United States. It is also the most expensive and the heaviest building in the world.

3. Great nightlife
With an overabundance of bars, clubs, casinos and neon lights, the Lipscani District is a real paradise for party people during weekends.


Flight from Treviso airport to Corfu with Ryanair from EUR 83
GoOpti transfer to Treviso airport from EUR 15

Did you know?

1. The emerald Isle
Corfu is one of the most beautiful Greek islands, as it is covered by lemon trees and cypress trees, oleanders, orange trees, acacias, olives, vines and various flowers.

2. The famous olive oil
The island is famous for its large plantations of olive trees. Corfu has a permanent population of 102,071 (year 2011), and an astonishing 3–6 million olive trees. 3% of the world's olive oil comes from Corfu.

3. Island with a record number of beaches
217 km of coastline offers more than 100 different beaches.


* Flight / transfer ticket prices and availability change constantly.

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