"Book Early and Save" in Europe and Egypt With Central Holidays

 

(c) 2011 Central Holidays

Central Holidays has unveiled its "Book Early and Save" promotion that offers travelers a significant discount on escorted vacations in Europe.  Travelers who book and deposit by October 31, 2011 for travel from March 1, 2012 through March 31, 2013 can take advantage of 10 percent savings on the land portion of Central Holidays' array of escorted vacations to Italy, France, Spain, Greece, Turkey and Egypt.

Travelers benefit not only from the 10 percent savings, but also will lock in an early guaranteed price when they place a deposit by October 31, 2011. "Book Early and Save" bookings are commissionable to travel agents.

Established nearly four decades ago, Central Holidays offers the reliability and security of booking and traveling with a strong, long-established, robust tour operator with a time-honored history as well as an ongoing commitment to providing the best quality travel programs and unparalleled client service, Central Holidays says.

Some unique attributes of a Central Holidays-escorted motorcoach tour include well-located first class hotels, free wine, mineral water and coffee with all lunches and dinners on Premier Escorted tours of Italy, and use of the increasingly popular "Hear Clear" personal audio system, which allows travelers to hear their tour directors and local guides detail the visited sights and attractions, even when standing 60 ft. away. 

Central Holidays also provides bonus sightseeing and features to be found exclusively on their itineraries, such as excursions to the Modena balsamic vinegar establishment; the Marsala Florio Winery in Sicily; and a full-day Amalfi Coast excursion and cruise.

Visit www.centralholidays.com               
 

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