Travel

Endless options for exploring Europe

GLOBUS has unveiled more than 70 tantalising holidays across Europe in its new 2013 brochure, including 10 new tours that explore the furthest reaches of the continent - from the Arctic Circle to the exotic east.

New special offers include return airfares to Europe from $1475 per person as well as savings of 10 per cent on tours booked 12 or more months ahead of departure.

Among the latest additions to the Globus program are tours in Russia, Iceland, Poland, Scandinavia and Bohemia. Travellers can sample la dolce vita in Tuscany and Umbria, travel through empires past from Austria to Turkey, or traverse the Arctic to the furthest reaches of Norway.

For details and bookings visit the Globus website www.globus.com.au or phone 1300 230 234.

 

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