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Tempo unveils Italy Central Europe 2013 program


15 October 2012

Tempo unveils Italy Central Europe 2013 program

Tempo Holidays has unveiled its 2013 Italy Central Europe brochure featuring earlybird discounts of up to $150 on a range of new Italy tours as well as new adventure and food itineraries.

The 115-page brochure takes in Italy, Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Slovenia and Switzerland.

Tempo is taking $150 off several new Italy tours when booked and deposited by 28 February 2013 including the 12-day Essence of Italy. The coach tour explores Rome, Florence and Venice before soaking up the scenery around Lake Como and the stunning coastal towns of the Cinque Terre from NZ$3306* per person twin share.

The discount also applies to the new 15-day Grand Tour of Italy & Sicily, which starts in Rome and includes 4 days on the enchanting southern island from NZ$3569*; and the 11-day Portraits of Italy which covers Italy’s major highlights – Rome, Venice, Florence and the stunning Gulf of Naples from NZ$2550*. All departures are guaranteed and feature English speaking guides.

A $50 earlybird discount applies to the new 7-day Italian Lakes and Cinque Terre Experience which travels by coach through Lake Como and the Cinque Terre and includes wine tasting in Chianti from NZ$1405*.
Tempo has also introduced adventure walking tours of Italy including the 8-night Hiking in the Dolomites where clients will climb panoramic peaks, swim in emerald lakes and marvel at the incredible rock pillars of the Tre Cime from NZ$1861*.

Cycling adventure tours have also been introduced in Austria – the 10-day Along the Blue Danube Cycle from NZ$1902* and 8-day Vineyards and Steppes Cycle from NZ$1691*.
Other new packages include the 8-day Gastronomic Sicily taking in Palermo, Agrigento, Syracuse, Taormina and Monreale and including guided food and wine tastings; the 12-day Best of Sicily and Malta – which offers a unique blend of escorted and independent touring; and the 4-day independent Discover Puglia, a sun-drenched coastal region of southern Italy.

For bookings, contact your local travel agent or Tempo Holidays at www.tempoholidays.co.nz, 09 520 1490 or info@tempoholidays.co.nz. For more information, refer to Tempo’s specials and promotions.

*Terms and conditions apply. Prices are per person, based on twin share accommodation. Deals and offers are subject to availability and may change without notice prior to reservation confirmation and due to currency fluctuations. Earlybird offers apply when booked and deposited by 28 February 2013. Prices include discount where applicable.

ENDS

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