Europe Travel Up, Says Tour Operator

According to the team at the Globus family of brands, travel to Europe is up 61 percent year-over-year, with Spain up 92 percent, France up 80 percent, Italy up 63 percent and Britain and Ireland up 62 percent.

The company’s most popular tours in those destinations include:
*    Spectacular Spain, nine days (Madrid to Madrid), from $1,389
*    Normandy, Brittany & Chateaux Country, eight days (Paris to Paris), from $1,789
*    The Best of Italy, 11 days (Rome to Rome), from $2,499
*    Introduction to Ireland, seven days (Dublin to Dublin), from $1,039

Travelers can save $300/couple on air-inclusive 2010 Globus, Cosmos or Monograms Europe vacations when they book by April 6. In order to receive the offer, booking must be made and paid in full between March 3 and April 6 for travel between April 1 and December 31.

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