Ahead of its 50th anniversary next year, Regent Holidays is showcasing a range of holidays in a single ‘supersize’ brochure, which features 16 new itineraries.
Andrea Godfrey, general manager of Regent Holidays, said: “With our 50th anniversary on the horizon, we have drawn upon our decades of experience to bring together our favourite tours, showcasing the breadth of options we have on offer.
“Along with intrepid new summer holidays to the Nordics and alternative short breaks across Europe, eco-minded travellers will now have an even wider range of rail-based tours to select from, providing agents with greater opportunities when selling sustainable travel to clients.”
New tours include a six-day holiday in Greenland called Sisimiut & the Erfalik Wilderness Lodge.
Clients can fish for Arctic char and hike in search of sea eagles, foxes and hare. It costs from £4,305, including flights from Copenhagen to Greenland.
Also new is Finland’s Golden Triangle by Train, an eight-day tour on local trains to Helsinki, Tampere and Turku. It costs from £835 including flights, accommodation and rail transport.
There are four new trips to Norway: a road trip from Bergen to Trondheim; a tour of three famous fjords; a chance to travel on the Bergen and Flåm railways; and a short break in Stavanger.
There are new tours in central and eastern Europe, featuring trips to Siberia, Lviv in Ukraine, Krakow, Moldova, Belgrade and Montenegro.
Further afield, there are new itineraries in Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan; Lebanon; Borneo; and Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands.
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