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Summer in Europe has never looked better with Trafalgar

Sophie Harrison

Trafalgar is making travel to Europe and Britain even better value for 2017, thanks to new air offers and trading partners

With no hidden taxes, restrictions nor compulsory stopovers, clients have been blown away this month with the chance to secure a straightforward air deal of only $799 economy return on any of the 109 trips in the 2017 Europe & Britain programme. This means, it’s never been easier for agents to sell the global leader in guilded holidays!

Matthew Cameron-Smith, Managing Director Trafalgar Australia, commented on the exceptional offer, which is open until 15 December 2016.

“We know that this is peak selling period for agents and they don’t have time to familiarise themselves with the rigorous terms and conditions that many brands impose. With Trafalgar, transparency is key and what you see is what you get: travel to Europe and Britain from only $799 economy return when taking any of our 109 trips. It couldn’t be any simpler for clients to understand nor easier for our partners to sell,” Cameron-Smith said.

And they’re not cutting corners! When it comes to quality of carriers, included in the deal are exclusive air partners Etihad Airways, Qatar Airways and Cathay Pacific – all committed partners.

“2017 is already shaping up to be a big year for travel and we are looking forward to showcasing the best of Europe to more Australians as they discover our wealth of new adventures such as our exclusive after-hours dining at The Vatican. At Trafalgar, we pride ourselves not only on our priceless experiences, but also our incredible value for money,” Cameron-Smith added.

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