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Take Advantage of Off-Season DealsNovember 2, 2007 By: Travel Agent Central Contributor Travel Agent
TourCrafters has off-season savings on three-night stays in some of Central Europe’s more popular cities, including Vienna, Prague and Budapest (pictured).
Per-person prices start at $191 in Vienna, $135 in Prague and $170 in Budapest for a three-night stay in a three-star hotel, daily buffet breakfast and hotel service taxes and fees. For clients preferring a more upscale option, TourCrafters has secured rates of $370 at Vienna Renaissance, $448 at the Prague Riverside and $227 at the Sofitel Budapest, featuring the same inclusions.
TourCrafters also has a land-only deal to see Vienna, Prague and Budapest by train that starts at $550, which covers tourist-class train tickets and two nights of accommodations at three-star hotels in each city.
All prices are valid through March 14, 2008, except for holiday travel between December 25 and January 2.