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Back-Roads Touring launches Save your seat sale

Back-Roads is helping agents begin their 2022 on a high note with discounts on a huge range of departures in 2022.

The small-group tour company has launched a “Save your seat” sale, taking 10 per cent off select tours until 28 February to give clients that extra push they need to secure their next holiday

The sale is combinable with Back-Roads Past Passenger and Multi-Tour loyalty discounts and, as a thank you, customers who still hold a deposit with Back-Roads can get an extra 2.5 per cent off discounted tours.

Here’s a taste of what’s on offer:

Treasures of Scotland (7 days, 6 nights, up to 18 pax)

  • Experience soul-stirring views on a Highland safari in Perthshire
  • Admire the stunning natural beauty of Loch Lomond aboard a scenic cruise
  • Gain a unique insight into the lives of the original Crannog dwellers at the Scottish Crannog Centre

Highlights of Britain (11 days 10 nights, up to 18 pax)

  • Discover Britain’s literary greats at Beatrix Potter’s Hill Top Farm and Rydal Mount – William Wordsworth’s family home
  • Explore some of Britain’s most spectacular regions including the Cotswolds, Snowdonia National Park, the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District
  • Wander through the medieval Shambles and Snickelways of York

Iberian Inspiration (12 days 11 nights up to 18 pax)

  • Experience the historic charm of Córdoba, Granada, Úbeda, Estremoz and Ronda with stays in charming old town hotels
  • Sample authentic jamón ibérico at a traditional farm in Sierra de Aracena
  • Enjoy a traditional Flamenco show in Seville
  • Visit the spectacular Córdoba Mezquita – a UNESCO-protected mosque

 


Featured image: Córdoba, Spain (iStock/MarioGuti)


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