Good news! We already have 2013 departure dates on sale for two of our best selling tours of 2012. The two fantastic short breaks we’re offering couldn’t be more different – Downton Abbey & Oxford is perfect for fans of the hit TV show and Kids Go Free Disneyland Paris is one of the best value-for-money Disney breaks that you can find – but their huge popularity is the just same!
It’s no surprise that the 2012 dates for our one-night Downton Abbey sold out in super quick time. The fluctuating fortunes of the aristocratic Crawley family and their servants has become a permanent Sunday evening fixture on the televisions of millions of households throughout the UK which has lead to many people wanting to see just where the Lords and Ladies plot sand argue and the servants gossip.
If this sounds like your idea of a great weekend away then join our two day tour which includes a visit to Highclere Castle – the impressive setting of the TV show and worth visiting even if you’re not a fan of Downton Abbey connections. From only £109 we include entry tickets to the castle, Egyptian exhibition and gardens as well as excursions to the historic university city of Oxford and the charming town of Henley-on-Thames.
Our second 2013 short break on sale is the family favourite of Kids Go Free Disney. When sharing with two adults, two kids can stay and play absolutely free, so with included coach travel, two day Hopper tickets and two nights bed and breakfast in Disney’s Hotel Santa Fe, your family can experience the magic of Disney from only £518.
The two Disney parks – full of thrilling rides, colourful parades and exciting meet-and-greets with your favourite Disney characters – are yours to explore with two-day Hopper tickets which include unlimited access to all this and the multitude of restaurants and shops of the Disney Village. During the Kids Go Free season you’ll still catch Disneyland Paris’ massive 20th Anniversary celebrations that are transforming the parks for one year only.
Why wait? Guarantee yourself good times in 2013.