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Globus launches flexible new touring style

Globus family of brands (GFOB) has launched a new style of touring for those looking for more curation and flexibility.

Choice Touring by Globus, which was unveiled this week, promises clients all the perks of touring with a touch of whim and choice with the addition of  13 new, customisable itineraries in Europe and North America.

“With the introduction of Choice Touring by Globus, we’re giving travellers a whole new way to cure their curiosities,” said Chris Fundell, head of marketing for Australasia at GFOB.

“On these new, special itineraries, they can choose from a menu of memories while still enjoying everything they love about a perfectly planned tour.”

In addition to guided sightseeing at the must-see spots, Choice Touring by Globus presents YourChoice Excursions: a selection of curated experiences in key and off-the-beaten-path destinations – included in the package price – so your clients can tailor their tour to their own interests and passions.

Here are some of the YourChoice Excursions available to travellers:

  • Inverness: Castles and clan seals or coasting on two wheels?
  • Siena: Feast on fresh homemade pasta or pedal through fresh, Florence air?
  • Sacramento: Sing Folsom blues or feed hometown roots?
  • Eastern Townships: Sail scenic waters or sip sparkling wines?
  • Yellowstone: Hike below falls or rise above a mountain village?

“We understand that one size does not always fit all,” added Fundell.

“With this new touring style, and YourChoice Excursions, travellers can now spend their days, their way in dozens of destinations across Europe and North America. The average Choice Touring itinerary features three YourChoice destinations with approximately nine excursion options.”



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