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Ring in 2015 at Hogmanay

22 April 2014

Ring in 2015 at Hogmanay

Hogmanay Celebration In Edinburgh

Save NZ$123 per person on a small group tour taking you to one of the world’s biggest New Year parties, Hogmanay in Edinburgh, with Back-Roads Touring.

Ring in 2015 on the 4-day Edinburgh’s Hogmanay now from NZ$2342* per person twin share when booked and paid in full by May 31.

Departing December 30, the itinerary features a tour of Dunfermline, Loch Leven, medieval St Andrews, the magnificent ruins of Linlithgow Palace and the Royal Yacht Britannia - the Queen’s former floating residence.

On New Year’s Eve, enjoy a festive dinner and then attend the Hogmanay Street Party featuring performances from live bands, ceilidh dancing and one of the world’s greatest fireworks displays. You’ll also stay in a centrally located hotel in Edinburgh and sample delicious local food.

The tour includes three nights’ accommodation, Back-Roads driver/tour leader, mini-coach transport, Scottish cooked breakfast daily, three evening meals, and entrances to Hogmanay Street Party and itinerary sights.

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

*Terms and conditions apply. Discount must be requested at time of booking and will apply to the basic tour price. All components of the booking must be paid in full by 31 May 2014 to qualify for the 5% earlybird discount.


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