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Trafalgar unveils 2020 Europe and UK trips, new itineraries and $699 air deal

Legacy wholesaler Trafalgar has released its 2020 Europe and Britain itineraries, featuring 118 trips across 49 countries.

The itineraries include eight new trips and six new destinations, making them the most diverse product offering for the brand to date.

Trafalgar has also announced an incredible $699* return flight offer or a 10 per cent off early payment discount for bookings made and payed in full by 18 December.

In addition to longtime guest favourites like Italy, France and the UK, Trafalgar is introducing trips visiting some of the hottest emerging destinations in Eastern Europe, such as Macedonia, Montenegro Serbia, Bulgaria and Romania, as well as Georgia and Armenia.

A new trip to stunning Northern Ireland also features, as well as a dedicated trip through Sicily for the first time.

Michael Unrath, Trafalgar’s head of product for Europe and Britain, said: “We’ve seen a growing interest in destinations in Eastern Europe and the Balkan cities, as travellers look to explore destinations further off the beaten path.

“These destinations still offer the things travellers love about Europe: timeless cultures, incredible cuisine and stunning landscapes.

“Better still, we are visiting a number of ‘undertourism’ destinations and helping to bring guests to these fantastic up-and-coming places, while creating new and engaging Trafalgar experiences alongside them to bring each of these places to life. It’s an exciting time.”

Trafalgar unveiled its new offerings to Australian travel industry last night at its Grand Soirée, which was hosted at The Calyx in Sydney, and saw CEO Gavin Tollman reiterate the importance of agents building trust with their clients.

Check out some of the pics from the event below:

Trafalgar's Grand Soiree

Trafalgar's Grand Soiree

Trafalgar's Grand Soiree

Trafalgar's Grand Soiree

Trafalgar's Grand Soiree

Trafalgar's Grand Soiree

Trafalgar's Grand Soiree

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