With government news about travel tax increases due next week and continuing rises to the cost of living, online travel expert Viva Holidays offers British travellers some hope for making the most of their 2012 holidays by recommending multi-centre getaways.
Research shows that when the cost of travel rises due to taxes, fewer people holiday abroad*. Viva Holidays appreciates the enduring economic climate means holiday-hungry Britons need ways to guarantee overseas getaway glee without breaking the bank, and believes it offers a good value solution with city breaks and holidays featuring two or more destinations.
Gaurav Jaura, Viva Holidays, said: “Our flexible and tailor-made itineraries enable travellers to pair their favourite cities – gourmet Paris with arty Amsterdam, or romantic Rome with historic Venice – for a truly memorable getaway at a manageable cost. Twin-centre breaks in the USA and the Caribbean offer sun and shopping or beach and city on the same holiday, and for those seeking far-flung adventure we can create a three-destination tour of India. If you’ve got one holiday to take next year, make it work hard for you and savour more than one destination.”
In addition to tightly priced multi-destination breaks, Viva Holidays offers unforgettable experiences such as a high octane tour of Monte Carlo by helicopter, or a River Nile cruise of discovery paired with a tour of the Egyptian pyramids. Experience Viva Holidays’ bespoke approach to travel and its enticing itineraries of multi experiential breaks at www.viva-holidays.co.uk.