Tour Op Lowers Prices to Greece

Athens GreeceYa’lla Tours USA has announced a six to 10 percent price reduction for most of their travel packages to Greece, and for certain published hotel prices. This is in addition to Ya’lla’s recent announcement they would absorb the cost of a fuel surcharge added by Louis Cruise Line, which Ya’lla uses to travel to Greece.
 
“This favorable outcome is a result from the current economic situation in Greece,” said Ronen Paldi, president of Ya’lla Tours. “There is now a more favorable exchange rate between the Euro and the U.S. Dollar and the economy there gives us better negotiating powers with vendors and suppliers to offer these tours at a reduced rate without any reduction in the quality our customers have come to expect.”
 
The cost reduction will be on all but two of the Greek tour packages that Ya’lla offers. The reduction will also affect published hotel rates in Athens, Crete, Mykonos and Santorini. Only the Clipper Apollo and Clipper Selene tour packages, both of which include a special Cyclades clipper ship cruise, are not affected.

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