Central Holidays Adds New Small Group Escorted Tours in Italy

Siracusa, Sicily
Siracusa, Sicily // Photo by Getty Images/ Sergdid

Central Holidays is launching small group escorted tours with exclusive activities and excursions. These programs include all the benefits of Central Holidays’ signature Premier Escorted Motorcoach Tours, along with exclusive inclusions and an intimate group size of a maximum of 16 travelers—designed for more personalized and in-depth experiences.

Central Holidays’ signature escorted travel programs in Italy include complimentary wine, mineral water and coffee or cappuccino with lunches and dinners in selected restaurants. All the Central Holidays Escorted Tours in Italy have the "Hear Clear" personal audio system, which is designed for travelers to hear all the details about the places they visit—even when located 60 feet away from the guide.

The tour operator is also adding bonus sightseeing, centrally located hotels, and additional time at leisure to experience a city, town or village. All of this, plus new experiential inclusions, are included in the company’s new Small Group Escorted Tours.

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Here is a glance at the programs now offered as part of Central Holidays’ new Small Group Escorted Tours:

In other Central Holidays news, the tour operator released its 2019 Africa and West Asia brochure. The new, 68-page publication includes 25 itineraries.

For more information, visit https://www.centralholidays.com/

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