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Trafalgar Launches 2013 Italy Brochure Including Corsica, Sardinia & Sicily

Guests can save up to $760 per couple with Trafalgar's Early Payment Discount.

Trafalgar Launches 2013 Italy Brochure Including Corsica, Sardinia & Sicily
2012-10-20
ANAHEIM, CA, October 20, 2012 (Press-News.org) Trafalgar (www.trafalgar.com), the Insider of guided vacations, is pleased to announce the return of their stand-alone Italy brochure, offering 19 First Class, At Leisure and CostSaver trips heading to Trafalgar's most popular destination. The new brochure features enhanced itineraries as well as three new ones - At Leisure's Corsica & Sardinia and CostSaver's Jewels of Italy and Highlights of the Italian Lakes. All First Class itineraries include Trafalgar's signature Insider Experiences, like exclusive Be My Guest dining, sightseeing with Local Guides, and a first-hand view of Local Specialties, for an experience guests can't get anywhere else.

Trafalgar has enhanced their 10% Early Payment discount so guests save up to $760 per couple for new bookings to Italy paid in full by December 27th, 2012.* The offer is combinable with other Trafalgar discounts, like the 5% Past Guest Travel Club discount, so guests can save even more!

Northern Italy (including Cinque Terre)
Introduced as a new itinerary last year, the 10-day Northern Italy Including Cinque Terre is great for regular Italy travelers looking to explore cities not included on other itineraries. Starting and ending in Milan, this trip take guests to the heart of each northern city, stopping in Baveno, Genoa, Santa Margherita, La Spezia, Parma, and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Cinque Terre. This trip has something for everyone, whether a lover of flowers or food. Horticulturists will be happy to stop at the beautiful botanical gardens of Villa Taranto on the way to Baveno, where they'll also enjoy lunch and free time to explore. The north is known for its incredible cuisine and foodies will delight in a trip to the Museum of Prosciutto and the Museo del Parmigiano-Reggiano in Parma. The highlight of the trip, however, is a full-day at picturesque Cinque Terre, where guests will visit two of the hillside villages only accessible by boat or train.

Great Italian Cities
The 11-day Great Italian Cities is the ideal trip for travellers looking for a relaxed-pace journey to three of Italy's favourite cities. Spending 3 nights each in Rome, Florence and Venice, this At Leisure itinerary gives guests the opportunity to immerse themselves in their destination without the rush of several more travel days. After a day of seeing all the major sights in Roma, guests receive a full day of leisure to explore the city on their own, whether it's a visit to one of the city's many museums or just sipping cappuccinos at a cafe and enjoying the Italian lifestyle. Next is Florence, where the group gets a day of sightseeing with a Local Guide, including the multi-colored marble Duomo and Ponte Vecchio. Following an included excursion to Pisa, guests are treated to a Be My Guest dinner at Villa Calcinaia in Greve in Chianti. In beautiful Venice, guests cruise the canals with a local guide before a Small-Group Sightseeing trip through the city's narrow streets.

Grand Italian Experience
For the most extensive Italy experience, travelers can book the 17-day Grand Italian Experience, which starts and ends in historical Rome and spans the country from north to south. Spending 3 nights in Rome, guests skip the lines with their Local Guide at the Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's Basilica, as well as the famous Colosseum. With stops in Sorrento, Assisi, Pompeii and Alberobello, this itinerary also takes guests beyond the major sights and busy areas of the big cities. Once in Sorrento, guests enjoy a cruise to the Isle of Capri where they'll get a walking tour and free time to explore the picturesque island. That night it's back to Sorrento to sit down to a special home cooked Be My Guest dinner at the Esposito family house, which sits amongst a hilltop lemon grove, overlooking the town below. Two nights are spent in Santa Margherita, where guests will have a full day of free time to explore the colorful town on the Italian Riviera as well as a cruise to the renowned resort of Portofino. Other highlights include a guided walking tour of Pompeii's excavation and a stop at the charming medieval city of Siena to see the Piazza del Campo, scene of the annual Palio horse races.

"Our Italy brochure offers something for every traveler. We have several travel styles, from our relaxed-paced At Leisure to budget-friendly CostSaver, covering everything from the sun-soaked island of Sicily, to Northern Italy's Cinque Terre to the must-see sights of Rome, Florence, Venice and much more--all packed with our unique, local Insider Experiences that truly set Trafalgar apart," says Paul Wiseman, President of Trafalgar USA. "With our enhanced Early Payment Discount, travelers can save up to 10% by December 27th for the best land price and also secure what have historically been the best airfares."

For more information, please contact your local Travel Agent, call 866-544-4434 or visit www.trafalgar.com. Follow Trafalgar on Twitter at @TrafalgarTalk or @TrafalgarUSA and check us out on Facebook.

*Save up to 10% is based on Trafalgar's Early Payment Discount when full payment is received by December 27, 2012. Early Payment Discount savings will vary by itinerary and is not valid on all vacations and/or departure dates - visit www.trafalgar.com for valid dates and savings amounts. Sample savings is based on Trafalgar's Grand Italian Experience itinerary departing 9/5/13. Discount is not valid with other promotional offers, but may be combined with most brochure discounts. Subject to availability and offer may be withdrawn at any time without notice. Other conditions apply. CST#2077132-20

About Trafalgar: Trafalgar is the world's leading guided vacation company offering exceptional quality and value itineraries to a range of exciting destinations. With some 65 years of experience and unrivaled local expertise, Trafalgar provides an authentic insider's view to create truly unique travel experiences in Europe, Britain and Eastern Mediterranean, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand, China, Mexico, Central and South America, USA and Canada.

2007 to 2011: Winner, Best International Tour Operator, Travel Weekly Readers' Choice Awards

2010, 2011, 2012: Winner, Best Tour Operator, Europe, TravelAge West WAVE Awards

2010, 2011: Winner, Travel Weekly Gold Magellan Awards

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[Press-News.org] Trafalgar Launches 2013 Italy Brochure Including Corsica, Sardinia & Sicily
Guests can save up to $760 per couple with Trafalgar's Early Payment Discount.