Globus Unveils New Itineraries, Packages

The Globus Family of Brands has announced that it has news to share at the 2009 Luxury Travel Expo.

First, Avalon Waterways has created over 30 new itineraries for 2010 and will also be christening two new ships - Avalon Felicity and Avalon Luminary.

Here are five new river cruises that Avalon will announce at the Expo in Las Vegas.
1. Paris to Normandy's Landing Beaches, eight days, Paris to Paris
2. Grand France, 16 days, Paris to Cote d'Azur (or reverse)
3. Castles on the Rhine to the City of Music, 13 days, Zurich to Vienna
4. A Taste of the Danube, four or five days, Vienna to Budapest (or reverse)
5. Christmastime in Germany & Austria, 12 days, Frankfurt to Vienna

Next Monograms will unveil new 2010 vacations and services, with almost 150 travel packages available. Monograms provides travelers a Local Host in destinations around the world. This expert helps travelers get to know the destination with tips, suggestions, facilitating travel and guiding tours. Each of the new travel packages are customizable and are available in 31 countries.

Monograms is also offering special programs that cater to cruise-goers for 2010. It will introduce two-night pre/post packages for cruisers in 14 European cities. Each package will include a two-night stay including breakfast, taxes and port transfers.

Finally Globus, in keeping with the popular travel theme of 'savings,' is introducing European vacations with savings up of to 20 percent. Some include:
Italy's Great Cities, nine days; Rome, Florence and Venice; priced from $1,599
Introduction to Ireland, eight days; Dublin, Ennis, Killarney and Waterford; priced from $1,039
Imperial Splendors, 11 days; Munich, Prague, Budapest, Vienna and Salzburg; priced from $1,599
Normandy, Brittany & Chateaux Country, Nine days; Paris, Caen, Mont St. Michel and Blois; priced from $1,789

Visit http://www.globusjourneys.com/Tour-Globus/Special-Offers/

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