Trafalgar the Insider of guided vacations unveiled their new CostSaver 2015 brochure featuring 37 value-packed itineraries, plus four City Breaks throughout Europe and Britain with the services of an expert Travel Director.
Trafalgar's CostSaver guided vacations save travellers up to 30 per cent versus booking by themselves and guests travelling with the award-winning company can expect incredible savings, with no compromise on quality. Including all of the essentials, plus free time and flexibility, guests can experience the destination their way, making their vacation a truly memorable experience. Guests will enjoy local dining experiences such as daily breakfast, selected dinners and explore recommended regional lunch spots on their own.
Wonders of Turkey
Explore Turkey's iconic destinations in this new 12-day Wonders of Turkey trip that begins and ends in Istanbul. Enjoy a full day of sightseeing in Istanbul with a Local Guide to the Topkapi Palace Museum, Hippodrome and the Blue Mosque. A visit to the world's largest, oldest and famous Grand Bazaar is also on the agenda where guests can explore over 3,000 shops that cover over 60 streets. In Ankara, guests will visit the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations and Ataturk's Mausoleum before making their way to Cappadocia where they will visit the impressive underground city of Sarhatli, the Pasabagi and the red valley. Travelling south and then back north, guests will spend one night each in Konya, Pamukkale, Izmir and Canakkale visiting the unique cotton castles formed by mineral springs, St. Mary's Stone stone cottage and the famous wooden horse in Troy along the way.
Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina
Visit three UNESCO World Heritage Site and journey to two remarkable countries and discover an abundance of history, beautiful landscapes and splendid coastlines. Begin this new 11-day journey around Central and Eastern Europe in Zagreb, a traditional medieval European city. Guests will enjoy a sightseeing tour with a Local Specialist to the majestic Cathedral, Archbishop's Palace, St. Mark's Church and Opera House. Travelling south from Croatia into Bosnia and Herzegovina, guests will stay one night each in the capital city, Sarajevo - a city rich in religion and cultural history, Sarajevo is often called the Jerusalem of Europe and Mostar, famous for the Old Bridge, built by the Ottomans in the 16th century. Travellers will then head to the Dalmation Coast to spend two nights in the medieval city of Dubrovnik, where they will visit all the main sights as well as enjoy free time to explore the beautiful city. Heading north along the spectacular Adriatic Coast, guests will pass old fishing villages and new resorts before arriving in Split, where they will visit the Roman Emperor Diocletian's Palace, Jupiter's Temple and the Cathedral. Lovers of art will enjoy an excursion to Trogir, a picturesque stone town that is a treasure trove of Renaissance and Baroque buildings and Romanesque churches. The journey ends with spectacular views of breathtaking waterfalls and lakes at the forested National Park of Plitvice.
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