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UK & Europe summer discounts

16 October 2012

UK & Europe summer discounts

Back-Roads Touring is offering a 5% earlybird discount across its UK & Europe Summer 2013 brochure when booked and paid by 15 December.

The 72-page brochure offers 28 itineraries including the new 7-day Croatia & the Dalmatian Coast which takes in the highlights of Split, Korcula and Dubrovnik as well as Kotor in neighbouring Montenegro from NZ$3121* per person twin share.

Departing historic Trogir, highlights include a tour of Diocletian’s Palace in Split, the breathtaking waterfalls and lakes of Krka National Park, a visit to the stunning island of Korcula, oyster tasting in Ston, a stay in the picturesque harbour town of Kotor before finishing in Dubrovnik with a cable car ride up Srd Hill.

Back-Roads has also added the 8-day Discover Portugal & Galicia which combines visits to cosmopolitan Lisbon and Porto with Portugal’s Silver Coast from NZ$3824* per person twin share. The tour starts in Lisbon and ends in Santiago de Compostela in north-western Spain, with highlights including a visit to Aveiro - the ‘Venice of Portugal’, wine tastings and a stay in rustic accommodation overlooking the Lima Valley and surrounding vineyards.

The new 6-day Flavours of Southern England is a dedicated culinary tour of Portsmouth, the Isle of Wight, the New Forest and Dorset which includes lunches at the famous River Cottage Canteen, celebrity chef Mark Hix’s Oyster & Fish House, Marco Pierre White’s Wheeler’s Inn and much more from NZ$2959* per person twin share.

Back-Roads Touring caters for mature travellers with small group tours of no more than 18 people. The journeys travel along picturesque back roads and explore destinations that are usually bypassed by larger tours. Tours include many meals and entrance fees.

Contact Back-Roads on 0800 223 369, info@backroadstouring.co.nz or visit your local travel agent.

*Terms and conditions apply. Discounts must be requested at time of booking and will apply to the basic tour price. Earlybird offer must be booked and paid in full by 15 December 2012. Prices include earlybird discount.

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