Delta Vacations Expands European Portfolio

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Delta Vacations, the official vacation provider for Delta Air Lines, has announced the addition of the Azores, Portugal; Bordeaux, France; Crete, Greece; and Salzburg, Austria, to its portfolio.Travelers can now book vacation packages to these destinations.

The Azores: The Azores is a destination of nine islands comprised of natural wonders and coastal formations. Travelers create their own adventure with their choice of hotels and resorts offered by Delta Vacations on Sao Miguel Island; tours such as wine tastings, whale-watching and rappelling; and seasonal flights by Delta from late May through early September.

Bordeaux: In France’s most famed wine region guests can see the neo-classical architecture and landmarks that can be found throughout the city. With accommodations ranging from serviced apartments to the five-star InterContinental Bordeaux-Le Grand Hotel, travelers will enjoy Bordeaux year-round via Delta’s strategic airline partners.

Crete: The largest of the Greek islands, Crete is home to four smaller regions with historical architecture, beaches, and designer shops. In Crete, Delta Vacations offers accommodations at luxury properties with magnificent views. Seasonal flight service through Delta’s global network is available via Amsterdam from early April through late October.

Salzburg: As a UNESCO World Heritage site, this state in central Europe offers an old-world charm and memorable geographic features, including the Salzburg Slate Alps. Though seasonal flights are available via Amsterdam from mid-December through late April, the city is also accessible from Munich or Vienna by train or car.

With these new additions, Delta Vacations now offers vacation packages to 50 destinations across Europe.

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