Trafalgar Announces Definite Departures for 2019 Europe Summer Season

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Global guided vacation company Trafalgar has announced 100 percent definite departures on Europe trips for the 2019 summer season.

Complementing its summer of definite departures, Europe-bound Trafalgar guests can save up to $500 per couple on select air-inclusive vacations when booked and paid for now through April 4, for travel through October 19.  Certain restrictions apply.

Melissa da Silva, President of Trafalgar, says booking patterns have changed. 

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“While there are still those travelers who will plan well in advance, versus the same booking period last year, we have seen noticeable increases in the number of guests booking closer to departure. For example, there has been a 10 percent increase of guests booking within 120 days of departure, and twice as many guests are booking within 45 days of departure,” da Silva says.

With over 70 years’ experience, spanning all seven continents, Trafalgar connects guests to the places they go, from exclusive Be My Guest experiences – now celebrating its 10th anniversary - to expert Travel Directors and Local Specialists. Trafalgar is a member of The Travel Corporation (TTC) family of companies. Through its JoinTrafalgar program, guests heading to destinations with the brand become part of the sustainability solution, designed to improve the lives of locals and their communities now and into the future.

For more information, visit www.trafalgar.com.

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