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Tempo launches France & Spain 2013 program

4 December 2012

Tempo launches France & Spain 2013 program

A cycling adventure through Provence, a French Riviera cruise and a tapas-based short break in the Basque Country are among the new tours added to Tempo Holidays’ 2013 France & Spain program.

Take advantage of Tempo Holidays’ 10% earlybird discount on the new 7-day Treasures of Spain coach tour when booked and paid by 31 December now from NZ$1135* per person twin share for new bookings only. This great value coach tour travels through Madrid, Cordoba, Seville, Granada and Toledo and includes 4-star accommodation in central hotels with daily breakfast, three dinners with wine, a welcome drink and sightseeing. The tour is exclusive to Tempo and conducted only in English.

Get some fresh air and exercise while exploring France and Spain’s most beautiful locations with the new 8-day Cycling in Provence in France which visits ancient vineyards, hilltop villages and elegant chateaux from NZ$1233* per person twin share; and the 12-day Camino de Santiago in Spain, which follows Europe’s best-known pilgrimage route through the breathtaking scenery to Santiago de Compostela from NZ$1715* per person twin share.

For river cruise enthusiasts, Tempo Holidays has introduced the Romantic Rivieras cruise – a stylish 8-day voyage departing from Nice encompassing the French Riviera, Corsica, the Italian Riviera and Monaco from NZ$3674* per person twin share.

A fabulous range of culinary packages in Spain are available including the 3-day Pamplona Tapas Experience - a must-do tour for food lovers - which includes a walking tour of the city’s best tapas bars from NZ$253* per person twin share.

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 and include discount where applicable. Deals and offers are subject to availability and may change without notice prior to reservation confirmation and due to currency fluctuations. Prices subject to change.

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