Trafalgar Announces 2013 Europe Brochure

Trafalgar has announced the launch of their 2013 Europe Preview program, including a price guarantee. The trips include the UK, mainland Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean.

Clients that book their 2013 summer Europe trips before September 3 will be able to guarantee the 2012 rate, despite any potential price increases once the full Europe brochure launches. (Tip: Booking early also ensures a spot on some of Trafalgar’s most popular trips.)

Early birds who are ready to book and pay in full now, can also take advantage of Trafalgar’s Early Payment Discount:

•    Pay (min) 12 months prior to departure and save up to 10 percent
•    Pay (min) 10 months prior to departure and save up to 7.5 percent
•    Pay (min) 6 months prior to departure and save up to 5 percent

Trafalgar’s 14-day Best of Italy trip can be booked at the 2012 price starting at $3,750 per person. Beginning and departing in Rome, guests visit Sorrento, Assisi, Venice, Florence, Lake Maggiore and more in between. In Sorrento, Trafalgar’s guests can try an exclusive Be My Guest 4-course dinner at a family-owned lemon grove, including a cellar tour and wine tasting. Other highlights include a cruise to the beautiful Isle of Capri, a canal cruise and visit to a glass-blowing factory in Venice and plenty of time for personal in Rome, Venice and Florence.

Clients can also book Trafalgar’s 11-day Amazing Britain, locking in the 2012 price starting at $2,075 per person. This trip, starting and ending in London, spans England, Scotland and Wales, with stops in York, Edinburgh, the Scottish Highlights, Glasgow, Manchester, Bristol and more. At a day stop in Tintern, clients can try the Be My Guest early dinner at the historic 12th century Anchor Inn, situated against Tintern Abbey. Trafalgar guests on this trip can also visit a whisky distillery for a tasting and enjoy a traditional haggis dinner in the Scottish Highlands, head to the 18th hole at the famous golf course in St. Andrew’s and visit the mysterious prehistoric monoliths at Stonehenge.
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