There are only two times in your life, now and too late, and with Europe’s winter season fast approaching, Contiki is excited to unveil its 2015/16 Europe Autumn, Winter and Spring programme, offering a greater variety of unforgettable experiences with the added benefits of travelling in the cooler months.
For the first time ever, Contiki’s 25-day European Quest tour, first introduced in the 2015-16 Europe summer programme, has been included in the new winter programme, giving 18-35’s more choice and the ability to create their own legendary travel stories. The itinerary is also available in five other adaptations, such as the eight-day Western Quest, which cater for different departure points and tour lengths, meaning young travellers have the option to decide what they want to see and experience the most.
Katrina Barry, Contiki Australia Managing Director. “Exploring Europe is uniquely iconic no matter the season but there are many perks to travelling in Autumn, Winter and Spring – lower costs, shorter queues and fewer crowds for a start, but also the picture-perfect moments that can only be experienced when Europe is blanketed with snow such as ice-skating under the Eiffel Tower or hunting out delicious wintry treats at one of Berlin’s traditional Christmas Markets.”
With a strong belief that no two travellers are the same, Contiki’s new programme now offers five diverse ways to see Europe during the cooler months. You can see it all on a Discovery Plus, delve a little deeper on an In-Depth Explorer, relax and unwind with an Easy Pace trip, get your adrenaline pumping as you race down the Austrian slopes on Winter & Ski or join the party on any number of Festival & Short Stays trips.
Travellers who book and pay before 5 August 2015* can also save 7.5% off Contiki trips, giving another reason why there’s never been a better time to plan ahead for the magical winter season.
For more information on Contiki’s Europe Winter trips and the advantages of travelling during a different season, speak with your Contiki sales rep.