The Europe-vacation provider space just got a little more crowded. Yesterday, Pleasant Holidays announced that it is selling packages to select destinations in Europe. Available packages include trips to the Continent’s most popular cities: London, Paris, Rome, Florence, and Venice.
The travel provider is partnering with more than 40 hotels in the aforementioned destinations to offer a variety of packages. Trips typically include airport transfers, activities, tours, local transportation, and daily breakfast, as well as round-trip airfare and accommodations bundled together for one set price.
Of course, to sweeten the news, they’re offering a pretty enticing travel deal. (You knew this was coming.)
Those who book by February 28 can take advantage of $300 airfare credit to Europe. Your package has to include a minimum six-night stay at a participating hotel and round-trip airfare to be eligible for the credit. Keep in mind that this offer is available for new bookings only.
To give you an idea of pricing: A six-night London package, including round-trip airfare from Los Angeles, accommodations, and daily breakfast, starts at $1,435 per person for travel in April. (That price includes the $300 airfare credit.) This is a pretty competitive price tag for early spring travel, given that April flights from L.A. to London cost roughly $900 to $1,000 round-trip (according to a search on Kayak) in April.
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