Select new Europe trips included in Insight’s early booking bonus

Select new Europe trips included in Insight’s early booking bonus

TORONTO — There’s still time for clients to take advantage of Insight Vacations’ 10% savings on select Europe trips, including several new itineraries.

Insight’s Early Payment Discount, valid until Jan. 11, applies to trips featuring the ‘Early Payment Discount’ designation in the price panel in the company’s new 2018 Europe brochure. The promotion does not apply to Mini Trips, Eastern Mediterranean, trips that include cruise components, Last Minute Deals, Special Interest or Expert Hosted Itineraries.

A $200 deposit is required within three days of booking and full payment is due by Jan.11, 2018 or 45 days before departure, whichever is sooner.

“We are thrilled to offer both our award-winning, and brand new Discovery journeys to Canadians for the kinds of memories that last a lifetime,” says Brad Ford, president of Insight Vacations Canada. “Clients can celebrate 2018 by taking advantage of this offer and booking early to get the best deals possible, and the biggest choice of our European trips and departure dates.”

Select new Discovery journeys offering the Early Payment Discount include:

  • Mediterranean Journey

    This new 18-day trip is a culinary journey fit for every palate, says Insight. In Paris, clients visit a patisserie, boulangerie, fromagerie and chocolatier (and sample delicacies along the way). Guests also dine with the locals in San Sebastian, in Basque tradition, with an evening of Pinxtos, a variety of snack-sized treats, each with their own flavour and presentation, making each guest’s meal unique.

  • European Rhapsody

    Europe’s grandeur and the legacy of the powerful Habsburg dynasty are the focus of this new 12-day journey of Europe’s imperial cities. Travellers meet a castle owner in the Rhine Valley, enjoy dinner at a family home in Budapest and meet an artisan baker in Rothenburg-ob-der Tauber, the most well-preserved town on the Romantic Road. The beautiful scenery of the Rhine River is supplemented by the many castles dotted along its banks. The journey ends in Venice with its romantic and lavish palaces.

  • Splendid Europe

    Travellers spend three days in Rome at the start of this 15-day journey, visiting the Vatican Museums before they are opened to the public. Venturing north to the Rhine Valley, the trip then winds its way through Venice, Zagreb, Salzburg, Innsbruck, Liechtenstein, Lucerne and Amsterdam.

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