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Publisher's Round up, 27 July

Does budget dictate? Try the mini break to Denmark for less than £50 per person. Got kids to entertain? Spin on the London Eye and grab dinner in central London. Are you a foodie craving a cosy room? Pop a cork and feast on award-winning fare. Need to float away for a few weeks? Recharge on a cruise from Venice to Rio, lifting your legs only to stroll through ports of call in Tunisia, Madeira and Brazil. This week we’ve found deals in all shapes and sizes:

£99 -- Mini Cruise to Denmark for 2, 50% Off
DFDS
For less than £100, two people can hop on a cruise from Harwich to Denmark. The trip includes two nights onboard and docks in Esjberg, a harbour town home to several museums, small specialty boutiques and restaurants serving fresh, local seafood.

£169 -- Suffolk: Condé Nast-Rated Gourmet Retreat, Reg £330
The Swan at Lavenham
Enjoy in a 3-course meal (the restaurant snagged 2 AA Rosettes) and sip bubbly from you free bottle of champagne with this overnight stay in this 15th-century coaching inn -- discerning Condé Nast readers voted it one of the UK’s top hotels.

£37 -- London Eye Ticket & 3-Course Dinner, 35% Off
Porters English Restaurant
A big hit for locals and visitors, this steal include one adult ticket to the big white wheel and a meal of traditional English faves in Covent Garden. Going with the family? Purchase the same package for £15.95 for kids between 4 and 15.

£1249 -- 18-Night Venice to Rio Winter-Sun Fly/Cruise
Adore Cruises
This is a bargain price for 18 nights and saves £600. And to all you solo travellers out there: this cruise has NO single supplement. We rarely see this kind of itinerary at discounted rates. Stops between Venice and Rio include Tunisia, Malaga, Madeira and Salvador de Bahia, which is also known as Brazil's "capital of happiness".

Caroline Sieg is the Publisher of the UK Top 20 list.

Every week our deal experts from 23 international offices seek out the contenders for the Top 20. We pull deals apart, put them back together and discuss ways to improve them so our subscribers across the UK & Ireland see the best deals.

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Caroline

Deal Expert, London
Thursday, 28 July 2011
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