The good news is that regardless of the type of procedure you choose to address your concerns about the skin on your face, your fair skin puts you at the least risk for a post-treatment negative outcome. Complications related to post-treatment hyperpigmentation is uncommon in patients with fair skin.
To address the broken capillaries around your nose, I suggest that you seek a treatment that uses a laser specifically designed for that function. The type of laser that I use to address this problem is a Varilite KTP laser that goes after each specific capillary individually and eliminates it immediately. That treatment is very cost effective since it is area and problem specific. In order to treat the spots on your skin from tanning, enlarged pores, acne, and to a lesser extent fine lines around your eyes, you may consider an alternative to laser treatments altogether that is much more cost effective.
It may be possible for you to treat all of your goals in this category with a single or a series of chemical peels. A stronger version of chemical peel, known as a trichloroacetic acid (TCA) peel, could be used. This stronger chemical peel formulation is done in a single sitting but requires pre-treatment of the skin for best results.
Alternatively, your problems in this area could be addressed using a series of lighter chemical peels, with no significant down time or recovery time and greatest cost effectiveness. The most important message here is that one size definitely does not fit all. The treatment must be individualized specifically to address your unique concerns and issues.
So, your first best step would be to consult with an experienced facial plastic surgeon and/or one of the experienced medical aestheticians or dermatology experts on staff with him/her in order to get a comprehensive assessment and game plan for the best approach to address your unique needs within your individual budget.