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Titan Travel releases Europe 2021 brochure

Titan Travel has launched its latest European brochure, showcasing some European escorted tours, river cruises and UK short breaks for 2021.

The new brochure includes the following itineraries, 'Hidden Treasures of Sardinia' priced at £1,599 per person, 'Lakeside Austria - Magical Zell am' at £1,349 per person, and 'Discovering the Dalmatian Coast' besides 15 new European ocean cruises, 15 river cruises, 21 short breaks for 2021, and Oberammergau 2022. Early bookings will receive £49 Flexi-Deposit on most of the holiday packages, until March 1, 2021 and unlimited booking changes will be available at no extra cost, until 75 days prior to departure.

The nine-day ‘Hidden Treasures of Sardinia’ includes eight-night hotel accommodation, 12 meals, and 13 excursions and visits, as well as the guided tours of Cagliari and Alghero and a stargazing evening. The price also includes Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service, and international flights, based on May 10, 2021 departures.

The eight-day ‘Lakeside Austria – Magical Zell am See’, escorted tour includes seven nights hotel accommodation, 14 meals, and six excursions, including an excursion on Grossglockner High Alpine Road and a half-day tour of Salzburg. Price includes international flights with British Airways. Based on June 15, 2021 departures.

The eight-day 'Scenic Lake Orta' tour includes a boat trip to Isola San Giulio and Basilica di San Giulio, and Titan’s eight-day 'Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast' tour, includes an optional pizza making excursion, to provide guests with the ultimate taste of Italy.

Titan’s Europe brochure features 21 UK tours for 2021, including a five-day ‘Norfolk Short Break’ at £779 per person, which includes four nights hotel accommodation, eight meals, and three excursions, including a journey on the North Norfolk Railway. The price also includes Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service and the services of a tour manager. Based on July 19, 2021, departures.

Edwina Coppock, head of trade sales, Titan Travel, says, “Europe is one of the most in demand regions for a 2021 travel adventure now, more than ever. With more than 40 years’ experience, our team has perfected our European tours to ensure travellers get the very best experience of their chosen destination. Guided by experts, guests will enjoy the perfect blend of history, culture and entertainment during their tour."

“Due to many travellers postponing their 2020 holidays to next year and more booking in advance, 2021 availability is selling fast. With Titan’s Protection Promise and Flexi-Deposit, now is the time to plan ahead confidently and book a European escape with Titan,” she added.

To reduce paper consumption, Titan will provide agents the facility to create their own online brochure filled with the travel sections or individual tours that most appeal to their clients. Once selected, agents will receive their personalised brochure in a PDF format via email.   

Agents can request a trade friendly brochure to be sent to their client’s home with a personalised letter and the recipients will be directed to contact their agent for further information

For more information visit: www.titanagents.co.uk/trade/current-brochures.

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