Entire Travel Group’s Canada and Europe 2024/25 brochures are out now

Montreaux, Switzerland - August 10, 2015: Beautiful view of famous Chateau de Chillon at Lake Geneva, one of Switzerland's major tourist attractions and one of the most visited castles in Europe, Canton of Vaud, Switzerland.
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    Entire Travel Group has announced that its 2024/25 flagship brochures – Europe and Canada & Alaska – have arrived and travel agents are now invited to secure copies via TIFS.

    Sales & Marketing director Greg McCallum said the new 184-page Europe brochure is an unrivalled guide to Entire Travel Group’s continually expanding program, with products spread across eight key destinations, including Italy, France, Spain, Switzerland and Scandinavia.

    “Along with detailed maps and highlights of each region, the brochure presents a variety of travel options, including independent holidays, river cruises, rail journeys, group journeys, barges and ocean cruises,” McCallum said.

    The 96-page Canada & Alaska brochure is just as comprehensive, highlighting a broad range of product, including scenic rail journeys, road trips, and immersive encounters with the region’s wildlife, culture and landscape.

    ETG Canada/Alaska brochure

    ETG’s Europe brochure

    “As well as detailed itineraries, we’ve included outstanding images and helpful travel tips to ensure the brochure serves as a valuable resource and sales tool for our agency partners,” McCallum said.

    Designed in direct response to an in-depth agent survey, both publications integrate seamlessly with Entire Travel Group’s ground-breaking digital platform.

    “That means agents can input brochure tour codes into our website’s search engine in order to retrieve full itinerary details, generate quotes and complete bookings 24/7,” McCallum said.

    Entire Travel Group’s new brochures use materials sourced from responsibly managed, FSC-certified forests. The Australian-owned company is also a partner of One Tree Planted, which over the past decade has planted more than 92.7 million trees in more than 80 countries across the globe.

    Agents can order the new 2024/2025 Europe and Canada and Alaska brochures through TIFS.

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