Tour operator Globus has recognised the benefits of travelling in the low season with its new range of affordable European itineraries.
Visiting a destination during the off season can have numerous benefits: fewer crowds, a more relaxed pace and lower costs that'll help if you're travelling on a budget.
In recognition of this, tour operator Globus has launched a new range of affordable tours to Europe during the low season, with prices from $103 per day.
Each tour includes accommodation with daily breakfast, transport in a luxury coach with wi-fi access, daily sightseeing and the services of a tour director.
The Escapes by Globus range includes 10 tours available from November this year to March next year, including a seven-day Irish Escape to Dublin, Galway, the Cliffs of Moher, Ennis, the Ring of Kerry, Killarney, Blarney and Waterford, from $719 per person twin share.
Other options include the seven-day Imperial Escape to Budapest, Vienna and Prague (pictured above), from $879 per person, and the seven-day Italian Escape, which visits Rome, Assisi, Florence, Pisa and Venice, and costs from $1399.
- For more information, see your travel agent, go to globus.com.au, or phone 1300 230 234.
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