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Tour Europe in 2014 at 2013 prices


26 August 2013

Tour Europe in 2014 at 2013 prices

Youth brand Topdeck Travel has launched its pre-release Europe 2014 e-brochure featuring its most popular trips at 2013 prices.

The brochure features 22 itineraries as well as a 10 per cent earlybird discount with savings of up to NZ$715 available. The discount applies to all trips booked and paid in full by 30 September.

Popular itineraries include the 24-day Spirit of Europe which visits 13 countries and includes a Paris ‘City Lights’ tour, gourmet picnic beside the Eiffel Tower, local guide in Florence, a vaporetto ride in Venice, guided tour of Auschwitz and Birkenau concentration camps and bicycle tour of Amsterdam now from NZ$3225* per person.

The 30-day Discover Europe travels through 15 countries, taking you from England and Hungary to Greece, Spain and more and featuring a huge range of included activities including a Bordeaux winery tour and tasting, a Corfu Island getaway, entry to Budapest’s Gellert Baths and dinner at Berlin’s famous Hofbrauhaus from NZ$6435*.

Other popular trips include the Greek Island Hopper which visits Athens and the island paradises of Mykonos, Paros and Santorini while staying in 4-star hotels over 10-days from just NZ$1665* per person.

Each trip features unique “Totally Topdeck” experiences which are included such as flotilla sailing in Greece, wine tasting in Bordeaux, dinner at the Hofbrauhaus, a gondola ride in Venice an Amsterdam bike tour plus many more. They also feature plenty of food inclusions to save you money, more free time to do what you want and no tipping.

Topdeck’s hard copy Europe 2014 brochure will be released late September.

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

*Terms & conditions apply. Advertised prices include 10% discount. 10% discount valid for new bookings made and paid in full by 30/09/13 only. The discount applies to all trips listed in Topdeck’s 2013 pre-release e-brochure. The discount does not apply to food funds, sailing funds, local payments or pre/post accommodation. Subject to availability.

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