Monograms Offers New Off Season Itineraries In US

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Monograms is expanding its all-in-one vacation packages to new seasons and cities in 2021.

The company is now offering off season itineraries that include the same services and amenities as the regular season. Services include connecting with a Local Host, hand-selected accommodations and customizable sight-seeing. Travellers looking to partake in these experiences will receive savings of up to 40%. 

“These new ‘off season’ vacations and departures will offer travellers the chance to enjoy Europe and North America with fewer crowds for less money in the new year,” said Stéphanie Bishop, managing director of the Globus family of brands.

“And, in this new travel environment, those things that make Monograms special are even more important, including hand-selected hotels and the on-site services of a local travel expert who can turn questions into answers for travellers.”

The four new U.S. city itineraries available in the off season are: 

  1. New Orleans – The 3-night getaway offers guided sightseeing through the city including the French Quarter, followed by a beignet and coffee tasting at the famous Café du Monde. The rest of the itinerary is customizable.
  2. Nashville – The 3-night getaway includes a visit to the Country Music Hall of Fame and the historic RCA Studio B. From there, travellers can enjoy free time exploring the musical city or indulging in Nashville’s southern cuisine. 
  3. San Francisco – This 3-night getaway includes sightseeing at Union Square, Chinatown and Washington Park plus plenty of free time to visit Ghirardelli Square, watch the sea lions on Pier 39 or cross the Golden Gate Bridge to visit Sausalito. 
  4. San Diego –This 3-night getaway offers travellers a guided walking tour of the historic Gaslamp Quarter (listed on the National Register of Historic Places) with popular world-class boutiques, galleries and restaurants.

Monograms has also added new off season Europe itineraries which include London; London and Paris; Rome and Florence; as well as Rome, Florence & Venice.

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