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Back-Roads Touring earlybird winter discount extended

Back-Roads Touring earlybird winter discount extended

Back-Roads Touring has extended its winter early bird discount until the end of June.

Back-Roads is offering an early bird discount of 5 per cent on all winter 2014/2015 tours booked and paid in full by 30 June, 2014, delivering a saving of up to $620* per couple.

The offer applies to more than 20 small group tours ranging from three to 14 days through England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, France, Italy, Croatia, Spain and Portugal.

They include the 5-day Heart of England tour which explores Oxford, Bath and the Cotswolds and is now priced from $1,990* per person twin share – a $105* saving per person.

The tour includes mince pies and mulled wine and entry to Christ Church College, Shakespeare’s Birthplace, Anne Hathaway’s Cottage, Lacock Abbey, Roman Baths, Longleat House and Avebury Stone Circle.

Travellers can explore the wonders of Europe on the 14-day Grand European Winter Getaway, now priced from $5, 885* per person twin share – a $310* saving per person.

Highlights include a Prague beer tour, ‘Taste the Good Things in Budapest’s Pantry’ tour, warm wine on Chleb Peak, a Danube River cruise and entry to Charlottenburg Palace Christmas Market, Sanssouci Palace, Auschwitz Concentration Camp and Zwinger Palace.

Or discover Austria, Germany and the Czech Republic on the 9-day tour, Austria: A Winter Wonderland, now priced from $4,261* per person – a saving of $224* per person.

Discover how the famous apple strudel cake is made, enjoy a behind the scenes tour of the Chocolate Museum, marvel at the mountainous scenery of the Wachau Valley and enjoy entry to attractions like Neuschwanstein Castle and the Linderhof Palace.

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

Each tour also operates at a leisurely pace, with no long drives or early starts.

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

*Terms and conditions apply. Discounts must be requested at time of booking, quoting the relevant promo code BRTWEB5%, and will apply to the basic tour price. Earlybird offer must be booked and paid in full by 30 June, 2014. Advertised prices include 5% discount. Valid for travel until 31 March, 2015. Save up to amount of $620 per couple is based on 2 passengers travelling twin share on the Grand European Winter Getaway tour. Subject to availability.


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