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Tasty savings on Paris

Tasty savings on Paris

From the grand boulevards of Paris to the desert sands of Dubai, enjoy a sample of popular holiday destinations with Tempo Holidays’ ‘Taste of’ packages.

The packages are the perfect introduction to some of the world’s biggest and best cities with centrally located hotels, transfers and selected sightseeing included.

Book the 5-day Taste of Paris by 16 March and save 20% now from NZ$573* per person twin share, valid for travel between 27 July and 30 August.

The deal includes four nights’ accommodation at the 3-star Hotel Central St Germain in the popular Left Bank, daily breakfast, a 2-day Paris L'Open hop-on hop-off transport pass, a 2-day Paris Sightseeing pass with entry to over 60 museums and monuments like the Louvre, and a 10% discount voucher for Galeries Lafayette.

A shuttle transfer from Charles de Gaulle airport to the hotel is also included.

From Paris, hop over the border and discover Italy’s capital with Tempo’s 4-day Taste of Rome from NZ$625* per person twin share. The package includes 3-star accommodation, daily breakfast, private arrival transfer, refreshments at La Caffettiera – a café near the Trevi Fountain, and Classical Rome and Imperial Rome tours exploring famous sights such as the Colosseum and the Pantheon.

Taste of packages are also available in Dubai (3-days) from NZ$217* per person twin share; and in Barcelona (4-days) from NZ$493* per person twin share.

Book now to secure places by contacting your local travel agent or Tempo Holidays at www.tempoholidays.co.nz, 09 520 1490 or info@tempoholidays.co.nz.

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