Come together over Europe with these great bargains

Sarah Coles
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Whether you're a Leave voter or a Remain campaigner, there are some things about Europe that we can all agree we love. So in the spirit of coming together after divisive few weeks of arguments, why not get stuck into some great European bargains - with everything from free French food to classy Italian design for less.

Get some tasty European food

French Breakfast
Sign up on the Cafe Rouge website, and you'll get a voucher for two breakfasts for the price of one - just print it out or show it to waiting staff for your freebie.

Pizza for dinner
Alternatively, why not get stuck into an Italian speciality for dinner? Prezzo is offering 30% off all food with this voucher from TopCashback.

Europe-wide Cuisine
Or there's a 4% cashback offer for Hungryhouse though Quidco, so you can take your pick of European cuisine.

Travel Europe with these great bargains

If you want to take advantage of travel to Europe while it's still easy, you can take the sting out of the unfortunate exchange rate movements with some great bargains.

Cheaper ferry
If you get your Dover to Calais P&O ferry through Topcashback, you can get 5.5% cash back - and through Quidco it's up to 7% cash back.

Cashback on flights
If you'd rather fly, Topcashback has up to 6.6% cash back on Ryanair flights, and Quidco up to 6%.

Save on European fashions

French fashion

La Redoute, the French fashion retailer has always been a great and cost-effective place to shop. At the moment, to improve matters still further, is offering up to 16.5% cash back, while Quidco is offering up to 8%.

And for children
If you're after French fashion for children, then Vertbaudet has some great style, and with Quidco you can get up to 8% cashback.

Italian luxury
If you're after top-end Italian luxury, meanwhile, is offering 9.9% cash back on all Armani online purchases and Quidco is offering 9%

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