Toulouse-Roussillon – £10,000 to £20,000The French city has become a destination for British cyclists, thanks to its abundance of paved roads.
It’s a world-class cycling city and boasts some of the most extensive bicycle infrastructure in the world.
But the town’s high cost of living means it’s a good bet to spend up to £10k to £15k on a new bike.
London to London by car – £8,000-£15,000You could get away with renting a bike for £8k-£10k, but the more expensive options are limited to a few of the biggest cities.
The best option is the tube from Westminster to London via Southwark.
It costs just over £10 per day for an average of £8.50 per mile.
Leeds to Edinburgh by bus – £6,500-£8,500The city’s main bus station is situated just off the city’s central business district.
It can be a decent way to get around if you’re keen to go to the shops, but it’s not a popular way to spend a night.
There are plenty of options on the Tube and the train but it takes around an hour to get there.
Glasgow to Edinburgh via Glasgow-Bath Bridge by car (no motorbikes) – £4,800-£6,400The city centre is just outside the city centre and there are plenty to see.
It has a lot of attractions including a number of attractions, including the Old Market.
If you have a bit of time, it can be the perfect way to visit the city.
The city centre itself is worth a look if you want to see the Old Street, which is famous for its many stalls selling everything from fish to clothes to beer.
It takes around 10 minutes to get to the Old Town and around 2 hours to get into the city center.
Liverpool to Glasgow by bus (no-motorbikes available) – $3,500 per personIf you’re coming to Liverpool from the north, you’re better off going via Liverpool to the city, which has a relatively low cost of housing and easy access to the main attractions.
It also has a large number of restaurants and bars and is an ideal place to catch up on your work if you haven’t been able to find work elsewhere.
There is a lot to see in Liverpool and it can also be a good way to go for a night out.
However, you’ll have to spend around £3,000 per person to get in the city and the only motorbike option is available from £1,500.
Copenhagen to London from Copenhagen – £2,000 (no motorbike available)It’s not just about seeing the sights but also getting in the mood for a city night out with some great bars and restaurants.
Copenhagen has been described as the world’s ‘dance capital’ thanks to the many great dance clubs and bars.
Copenhagen’s main attraction is the ‘Danish Rock City’, which is filled with live music and the best nightlife in the country.
However there’s also a number a great pubs and restaurants that can also attract a few more people.
If that’s not enough, there are many other great places to enjoy a night on the town, including a new beach.
The cheapest option is to get on a ferry from Copenhagen to the UK by boat from £3.50 a day, although that’s a bit expensive.
You’ll have a few hours to visit all of the city before you have to leave.
Birmingham to Edinburgh from Birmingham – £1 per personYou may not be able to get a bargain on this one, but there are some great options in Birmingham for night out, especially if you’ve got a budget.
Birmingham has a number venues that are good places to catch a drink or a movie or some music.
You could also try the City of Arts, which hosts many of the best performances and festivals in the UK.
The only motorbike option is from £800.
You can get in on a two-hour bus ride from Birmingham to the Scottish capital for £1.50, which could be a great way to see Scotland and spend a few nights out.
Bristol to Edinburgh (no MotoBike available to rent) – €2,500 (no motorcycle available)The city of Bristol is the capital of England, which means that you’re more likely to find some pretty awesome bars and pubs.
There’s a lot more to see than you’d expect from the city but there’s a few things to keep in mind if you decide to visit.
Bristol is one of the few places in the Midlands where you can rent a motorbike to travel around the city (it costs £1 to rent a bike from a local shop), but you won’t be