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Save on summer tours

31 March 2014

Save on summer tours

Get in quick to save NZ$300 per couple on over 30 unique small group tours with Back-Roads Touring when booked and paid in full by 15 April.

The discount applies to all summer 2014 tours across the UK and Europe including the 5-day Old Pubs & Great Grub, which explores famous British pubs and their fare from NZ$2100* per person twin share.

Highlights include lunch at The Golden Cross Pub - Shrewsbury’s oldest pub which dates back to the 1400s, a private wine tasting and appreciation talk, a tour of Shrewsbury’s indoor markets full of veggies, breads, cured meats and cheeses, a visit to a cider producer and the charming villages of the Cotswolds.

Discover history, architecture, breathtaking scenery and fine food on the Corners of Cornwall - a popular 7-day itinerary where you’ll visit Dartmoor National Park, explore Britain’s maritime history in Falmouth, sample regional delights such as clotted ice cream and more from NZ$2765* per person twin share.

Other discounted tours include the 11-day London to Paris via the Channel Islands, which will take you to a unique corner of the British Isles where British and French influences meet, from NZ$5075* per person twin share.

Featuring a maximum of 18 passengers, each tour travels via luxury mini coaches along the back roads of each destination, not freeways.

The tours use charming accommodation from rustic rural retreats to castle hotels, offer authentic local experiences like a French cooking lesson in a Renaissance chateau, and include culinary experiences such as lunch at Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant in Cornwall.

Contact Back-Roads on 0800 223 369, or visit your local travel agent.

*Terms and conditions apply. Discount valid for all new bookings made from now until 15 April 2014and paid in full by 15 April 2014. Discount of $300 applies to per couple bookings. Advertised price includes per person discount of $150.


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