Costsaver Introduces Six New Trips for Europe & Britain 2020
Egypt is a new destination for the Costsaver brand.
Costsaver has launched its Europe & Britain trips for the 2020 season with a portfolio that includes six new trips and Egypt as a new destination, bringing the total offering to 41 trips.
Costsaver's style of trips is ideal for clients looking who want the flexibility of independent travel, but also the ease of the essentials being taken care of by an expert, says the company in a release.
“From launching Egypt and expanding into more of Portugal, Italy, Turkey and Scotland, we’re recognizing where our guests -- both new and returning -- want to go and we’re making sure that we’re ready to take them there in 2020,” said Michael Unrath, Head of Product for Costsaver Europe & Britain.
“Clients are telling us that they love the reassurance of the essentials, but it’s really the flexibility of more options that meet their needs and wants when they travel, so we’re excited to be giving them what they’re looking for, at a great price that they couldn’t get if they booked it themselves."
Here are Costsaver's six new itineraries for the 2020 season:
Costsaver's brand new 10-day Essence of Italy itinerary visits to six Italian destinations, including Rome, Florence, Verona and Bologna. The trip includes hand-selected 3 and 4-star hotels, transportation on air-conditioned coaches, as well as a private cruise through Venice.
The 9-day Footsteps of the Pharaohs itinerary introduces Egypt to the Costsaver lineup and includes experiences such as sailing the Nile, seeing Tutankhamun and exploring the Great Pyramids of Giza.
The 7-day Picturesque Portugal itinerary is the first Costsaver trip focusing solely on Portugal, with visits to Lisbon, Tomar, and Porto, among others.
The 7-day Majestic Scotland itinerary is also the first Costsaver trip to feature Scotland on its own, offering guests an exploration of Edinburgh, Loch Lomond and Ben Nevis, Britain’s highest mountain.
The 17-day Discover the Baltics and Russia takes clients through the capitals of the Baltics such as Riga, Warsaw and Tallinn, and the grand sights of Russia, including the Red Square in Moscow and the Winter Palace in St. Petersburg.