Insight Vacations Announces Return of Chelsea Flower Show Itinerary for 2017

Chelsea Flower ShowInsight Vacations has announced its “European Affair with The Chelsea Flower Show” itinerary, a single-departure journey, will be reinstated in 2017 due to high demand. 

The nine-day itinerary will depart May 26, 2017, from London's Chelsea Flower Show and will focus on floral displays throughout England, Belgium and France, along with an intimate glimpse into the history and culture of each destination. 

Courtyard, city, rooftop and show gardens will all be explored before embarking on a Thames River Dinner Cruise Signature Experience. Travelers will then visit the cobbled streets and canals of Amsterdam to view other botanic attractions including the floating flower market and the Aalsmeer Flower Auction, where approximately 20 million flowers are sold every day.  

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Belgium’s medieval Bruges will give guests a taste of the 16th century during a canal cruise and a stay at Hotel De Tuilerieën, one of Insight’s Signature Hotels. Later, travelers will enjoy a three-night stay in Paris, along with a chance to explore the Notre Dame Cathedral, the Louvre and the Arc de Triomphe before visiting the Eiffel Tower. Also, in the Château country of the Loire Valley, guests will walk through Monet’s famed gardens. 

For reservations, agents can contact Insight Vacations at (800) 582-8380. Insight pays a minimum of 10 percent commission on land. 

Visit www.insightvacations.com

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