'Little Europe' To Serve Small-Group Tours

Little Europe, a new Slovenia-based tour company, will launch its week-and-a-half tours to Europe in September. The company's first promotion to American travel agents took place at the inaugural International Destination Expo in Prague March 22–25. Company officials say its trademark will be small groups that will go where large motorcoaches cannot, exploring smaller places in what it says will be greater detail. Tours will consist of two passenger vans each holding eight travelers, and two driver/guides. Little Europe will offer destinations throughout Europe, including trips to Normandy, France, the western Norwegian coast, southern Spain and the Adriatic Coast. All tours will depart from London. Visit [www.little-europe.com].

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