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Save with Insight Vacations 2012/13 Winter Europe

Save with Insight Vacations 2012/13 Winter Europe

Insight Vacations has launched its 2012/13 Winter Europe including the Eastern Mediterranean and Christmas Markets programme. The new collection features 28 autumn, winter and spring itineraries, including three new fully escorted tours.

The new programme provides agents with a comprehensive range of hassle-free holiday options taking in some of the most exciting destinations in Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean including Italy, Spain, Portugal, The Alps and Central Europe, Morocco, Greece, Egypt, Jordan, Turkey and Israel.

Insight Vacations Winter Brochure

Sharon Jordan, Manager, said: “There is something truly special about travelling throughout this part of the world in autumn, winter or spring. Each season has a distinct atmosphere ranging from the snow-covered Christmas markets to the tranquil beauty, and rich colours of autumn. In addition to the benefit of experiencing seasonal specialities, access to sights and highlights is much better without the summertime crowds and the savings on offer are incredible.”

This year, Insight Vacations’ 2012/13 Winter Europe is up to 35% less expensive than summer tours and many of their itineraries are also priced lower than 2011/12 autumn, winter and spring prices.

Each itinerary includes airport transfers, luxury transport throughout in coaches with business class legroom, premium hotels in desirable locations, exceptional sightseeing and priority admissions, celebration and highlight dinners, hotel/dining tips and baggage handling, smaller group sizes, and more personalised service.

There are Early Payment Discounts of up to 7.5% off the tour price. In addition, those who have travelled with Insight Vacations previously can take a further 5% off with Insight’s Frequent Traveller Discount.

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, editor and proofreader for 53 years, and ITTN's News & Features Editor for 43 years. His travel blog is at www.thetravelbuddhist.com.

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