Small Group Festive Holiday Programme
Albatross Tours have just released their 2020/21 European Christmas, New Year, and Northern Lights tour programme now featuring small group sizes up to a maximum of 28.
Previously capped at 40, this change further enhances their more personal style of touring and allows an even more authentic European travel experience for travellers.
Albatross Tours Managing Director and Tour Designer, Euan Landsborough, said, “From experience, I know the value of touring with smaller groups and the benefits are even greater over the Christmas Festive season. Just like on our hugely successful European Summer Tours programme, we will now cap our group size at 28 travellers, with an average of just 22. And, you still have the peace of mind that we guarantee they will run on as little as 10! Our small groups ensure travellers will have the very best time in that perfect, festive winter wonderland.”
New for 2020/21 are three adventure packed festive holidays, including the 12 day ‘Swiss Alpine Christmas Markets’ and ‘Christmas in a Swiss Spa Resort’ tours, plus the 14 day ‘Swiss Alps and Christmas in Bavaria’ tours. Filled with exciting bucket list experiences, each of these tours are designed to capture the magic of the European festive season.
With spaces limited to just 28 on each of their 2020/21 European Festive Tours, agents are encouraged to book soon to avoid missing out.
Brochures are now available from TIFs.
Call Albatross Tours on 1300 135 015 or visit albatrosstours.com.au.
About Albatross Tours: Albatross Tours is a European tour operator based in Brisbane, Australia. Albatross Tours has been designing, creating and operating European escorted tours for Australians and New Zealanders since 1995. Offering longer stays in each destination, small group sizes and genuine inclusions, Albatross tours are jam packed with included excursions, entrances and feature dinners. As part of The Albatross Group the company manage in excess of 5,000 tour groups in Europe every year.
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