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Fly to Venice and more from 6 pounds!

Fly Ryanair one way for only 6 pounds for travel between March - 14th of April. Bookings can be made until midnight Thursday.

Fly from the UK to Dublin, Nantes, Milan, Venice and more.

Fares do not include optional fees and charges.

For bookings and more information visit the Ryanair website.

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Doha Zoo

Doha, Qatar

Children and adults will love the diversity of fauna housed here. Over 1500 kinds of animals from the globe over are housed here. These include animals specific to the region such as Qatar’s national animal the Oryx as well as birds belonging to this region; A fascinating outing for all. Timings: Daily except Saturdays 3 P.M- 9 P.M Admission: 5 QR (Adults) 2 QR (Children) Address: op...

United Center

United Center

Chicago, United States

The United Center is hallowed ground for basketball fans.  It was here that the legendary Michael Jordan finished his career.  He actually began his career and accomplished his first three-peat across the street at the beloved Chicago Stadium, which has since been demolished.  The United Center opened in 1994, just in time for the Bulls' second three-peat.  It is the largest ar...

The Jeddah Science Oasis

The Jeddah Science Oasis

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

True to its name, the Science oasis is an oasis for those interested in  science, Math and human body the exhibitions held here are of great interest to children and is an excellent opportunity for the whole family to enjoy.. ...

Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge

London, United Kingdom

For centuries, the only crossing of the Thames was the London Bridge.  By the nineteenth century, several other crossings had been built, but they were all in the wealthier west London neighborhoods.  The densely packed East End had no bridges, and a simple journey across the river could take hours.  By 1876 the problem could no longer be ignored.  A committee was formed and th...