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Swoop on earlybird Europe bargains

Swoop on earlybird Europe bargains

Time is running out to swoop on Topdeck’s 5% earlybird discount on a huge range of Europe trips, from a London to Rome foodie adventure to sailing your own yacht in Greece.

The discount applies to over 90 trips and is valid for new bookings made until 31 March and paid in full by the end of April.

Save NZ$214 on the 15-day European Taste Trail packed with tasty adventures such as wine tasting and a cycling tour through vineyards in Burgundy, lunch at a Michelin-star restaurant in the French Riviera and a cooking class in Tuscany from NZ$4056* per person.

You’ll also enjoy an optional macaron baking class in Paris, a visit to a fromagerie in Beaune, a night out in Monaco, ham, cheese and balsamic vinegar sampling in Parma, wine and olive oil tastings in Tuscany, a walking tour of Rome and stops in Avignon, Bologna and Florence.

Sail your own yacht in the Ionian Sea on the 7-day Greek Sailing exploring idyllic islands including Perdika, Hydra and Poros now from NZ$969* per person.

You’ll become a part-time captain and learn how to sail the 10-berth yacht, enjoy plenty of swim stops and explore spectacular secluded bays on paddleboards. All meals aboard the yacht are included.

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

*5% ‘Early Bird Discount’ is valid for new bookings made until 31 March 2014. Must be paid in full by 30 April 2014 or 42 days prior to departure (whichever comes first). Advertised prices include discount. The 5% Early Bird Discount is not combinable with any other discount or promotion unless otherwise stated. The discount applies to the trip price only, and not to the Food Fund. Subject to availability. Promo code SUMMER14EB5% must be mentioned at time of booking. Normal cancellation conditions apply. Topdeck reserves the right to withdraw this offer at any time. For full terms and conditions please visit


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