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Topdeck launches 2013 Europe summer brochure

2 October 2012

Topdeck launches 2013 Europe summer brochure with 10% discount

Youth travel operator Topdeck is offering a 10% discount across its new Europe 2013 summer brochure which features a new Turkey sailing adventure, wine tasting in Tuscany, Venice gondola rides and more.

The brochure features 88 trips ranging from the 6-day The British Isle now from NZ$1026* per person to the epic 49-day Mega European which explores 20 countries now from NZ$7075* – a saving of $618*.

The new 8-day Turkey Gulet Cruise sails along the magnificent Turquoise Coast in a traditional wooden boat from Fethiye visiting beach paradises including St Nicholas Island, Kas and Gokkaya Bay from just NZ$693*.

Highlights include optional water sports like scuba diving, the Lycian Rock Tombs, Simena Castle and snorkelling the Oludeniz Blue Lagoon, world famous for its perfect turquoise waters.

Topdeck has also added new included experiences such as a gondola ride on all EuroHotel-style trips travelling through Venice, a visit to a family-run winery in the Chianti region and a cruise through Norway’s spectacular Geiranger Fjord.

Travellers will also enjoy more included meals such as a visit to the famous Hofbrauhaus in Berlin for a pork knuckle and a magnificent medieval banquet in Estonia’s capital Tallinn on EuroHotel trips.

The brochure also features popular festival trips including Oktoberfest and Running of the Bulls and Anzac Day packages.

The 10% earlybird discount applies to trips booked and paid by 28 December 2012. Other discounts are available and can be combined up to the value of 20%.

For more information contact Topdeck on 0800 525 366 or visit www.topdeck.travel or your local travel agent.

*The 10% early bird discount is valid for new bookings paid in full between 01 Oct 2012 and 28 Dec 2012 only. Offer applies exclusively to all EuroClub, EuroHotel, EuroCamping and Explorer trips listed in Topdeck’s 2013 Europe brochure. The discount can be combined up to a maximum of 20% with any of standard brochure discounts with the exception of the early payment option. The discount does not apply to food fund, sailing fund, local payment or pre/post accommodation. Normal cancellation conditions apply. Topdeck reserves the right to withdraw this offer at any time. For full terms and conditions please visit www.topdeck.travel. Advertised prices include discount.

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