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Hundreds off 36-day Euro adventure

5 February 2013

Hundreds off 36-day Euro adventure

Save NZ$360 on an epic 36-day adventure across 18 European countries with Topdeck when booking and paying in full by February 28.

The youth travel operator is slicing 7.5% off its popular European Pioneer roundtrip from London travelling through France, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Croatia, Greece, Czech Republic and more now from NZ$5470* per person.

Enjoy a gourmet picnic beside the Eiffel Tower, explore the Swiss Alps, visit the casinos of glamorous Monaco, take a vaporetto ride on the Grand Canal in Venice, enjoy a walking tour of Rome and spend three nights on the legendary party island of Mykonos.

Other highlights include the cliff top monasteries of Meteora, the stunning Bay of Kotor in Montenegro, walking tours of Prague and Berlin and a bicycle tour of Amsterdam.

The trip includes accommodation, 34 breakfasts, 7 lunches, 20 dinners, coach transport, sightseeing tours of all major cities, services of a trip leader, driver and on site chefs in the Swiss Alps, Rome and Venice. The trip operates between 18 April and 24 October.

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

*The 7.5% ’Early Bird Discount’ is valid for new bookings paid in full by 28 Feb 2013 only and applies exclusively to all EuroClub, EuroHotel, EuroCamping, Explorer & Winter trips listed in Topdeck’s 2013 Europe brochure. The discount does not apply to Food Fund, Sailing Fund, local payment or pre/post accommodation. The earlybird discount can be combined up to a maximum of 17.5% using one standard brochure discount with the exception of the ‘early payment option’.ENDS

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