Central Holidays Introduces Small Group Vacations in France

Central Holidays Travel Group via its travel brand France Vacations reports guaranteed departures on four of its newest, small group escorted European vacation packages showcasing the areas of France most requested by travelers.

With a minimum of two travelers and a maximum of 15 in these small group trips, they offer  guaranteed departures giving travelers the assurance that they can carry out their dream vacation with no worries of cancellation, Central Holidays says.

"Central Holidays’ seasoned group leaders provide uniqueness to all of our escorted vacations, not only with their insights into the region, but on these smaller group programs they have more flexibility to present diverse options and excursions based on the group’s interests and requests,” said Fred Berardo, president of Central Holidays. 

Central Holidays’ new small group programs with guaranteed departures include:

- France’s Fine Wines and Cuisine – 9 days from $3151 – Venturing through the Southwest of France, travelers savor the best in gourmet meals and world-famous wines of the Bordeaux area.
- Bordeaux and the Basque Country – 7 days from $2422 – A true discovery of wine and gastronomy awaits in this tour of Bordeaux, the capital of the Aquitaine region, and the Basque Country.  
- Provence and the French Riviera - 13 days from $4064 – Travelers on this itinerary will discover the French Riviera and more.
- La Belle France - Normandy and the Loire Valley including Paris - 12 days from $3507 – This experience commences and comes to a close at Paris' Ville Lumiere and travels along through the Normandy and Loire Valley regions.

Prices detailed above are per person, land only, based on double occupancy. Special pricing on air travel and extra nights are available upon request.

Visit www.francevacations.net or www.centralholidays.com

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