Tour Op Announces Winter Europe Packages

Insight Vacations has released its 2010/2011 Winter Europe & Eastern Mediterranean brochure, with 29 itineraries and savings of up to 28 percent off summer prices. Bonus: Those who book and pay in full by August 13 can earn a further 7.5 percent discount on land-only pricing.

Highlights of the escorted tours in Insight’s new Autumn, Winter and Spring Touring Collection include Treasures of Turkey, a 16-day trip bargain-priced from just $1,525 per person, land-only. There are several choices in Egypt, including Elegance tours and a Nile cruise aboard the five-star MS River Tosca.
 
For those eager to savor Europe’s Old World charm in a festive setting, Insight’s Christmas markets tours are the perfect choice. There are four tours featuring these festivals, including the new nine-day German Christmas Markets, the 10-day Winter Wonderland, eight-day Vienna, Prague & Budapest and the 17-day Highlights of Europe. Guests can even spend Christmas or the New Year with Insight, with an included Festive Celebration dinner.
 
As well as a long list of escorted group tours, Insight’s winter 2010/2011 marks the first to feature the new Select Choices, which combine the freedom of independent travel with the style, comfort and hassle-free advantages of letting someone else take care of the details.
 
With Select Choices, travelers stay in First Class and Superior hotels in central locations. City orientation tours are included, as is daily breakfast and transportation between cities by coach, air or Eurostar. After that, travelers are on their own to explore as they please or take advantage of great ‘Time Out’ options, with an Insight group or at their own leisure. Select Choices winter packages include: Select Rome Week, Select Paris Week, Select Paris & Rome, Select London Week, Select London & Paris and Select London, Paris & Rome.

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