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Eurobound Rolls out Fall Europe Packages to Portugal, Germany, Budapest and Prague

Eurobound Rolls out Fall Europe Packages to Portugal, Germany, Budapest and Prague

Eurobound–specialists in custom vacations to Europe for individuals and small groups—has introduced three new regional itineraries for fall, focusing on Portugal, Germany, and Budapest-Prague.  The itineraries include accommodations in 4 or 5-star properties, private transfers and private touring throughout.  Each itinerary can be modified to fit personal preferences Self-Drive Portugal: 8 days/7 nights Eurobound’s new … Continue reading

FORGOTTEN EUROPE BECKONS

FORGOTTEN EUROPE BECKONS

Sophia’s Travel Specializes in Emerging Europe A lesser-known Europe, rich in history and tradition, awaits travelers looking for new and emerging destinations, according to Sophia Kulich, owner of Sophia’s Travel. Ukranian-born Sophia specializes in small-group travel to former Eastern bloc countries, as well as destinations with a now-forgotten Jewish heritage. The 2018 travel roster includes … Continue reading

MARIE ANTOINETTE TRAVEL PACKAGE CELEBRATES TWO MUSEUM SHOWS

MARIE ANTOINETTE TRAVEL PACKAGE CELEBRATES TWO MUSEUM SHOWS

Eurobound Designs Paris-Versailles-Chantilly Package in Royal Style Eurobound–specialists in custom individual and small-group travel to Europe– has designed a one-week fully-customizable package to Paris, Versailles and Chantilly, inspired by exhibits at New York’s Metropolitan Museum and Los Angeles’ Getty Center. Celebrating the Metropolitan Museum’s “Visitor to Versailles” and  the Getty Center’s “A Queen’s Treasure from … Continue reading

Affluent Travelers Heading to Under-Discovered Europe, Says Eurobound

Affluent Travelers Heading to Under-Discovered Europe, Says Eurobound

Affluent, repeat travelers to Europe will skirt the major capitals in favor of lesser-known destinations in 2018, reports Eurobound, specialists in upscale, independent and small-group travel to Europe. The company reports a decided trend toward six main destinations: • Scandinavia • Iceland • Croatia & Montenegro • Ireland • Switzerland • Scotland “We’re seeing interest, … Continue reading

Eurobound Introduces Switzerland by Electric Car

Eurobound Introduces Switzerland by Electric Car

Grand Tour Switzerland Certified Carbon Neutral Vacation Environmentally-conscious travelers can take the world’s first official tour route fully accessible to electric vehicles on Eurobound’s new Grand Tour Switzerland by electric car. The independent, 9-day package provides a gas-saving Tesla Model S, plus 4- and 5-star hotel accommodations for 8 nights with daily breakfast and parking, … Continue reading

Castles, Cuisine and Customization Highlight Eurobound’s 2017 Program

Castles, Cuisine and Customization Highlight Eurobound’s 2017 Program

Lifestyle Experiences for Upscale Travelers AXUS Launched to Enhance Travel Planning Eurobound is expanding its 2017 Europe program, with more castle stays, increased culinary experiences, and new trip-planning technology for agents.  The upscale specialist in custom travel to Europe is: adding castles, palaces and former royal residences in 8 countries to its roster, increasing the … Continue reading

Yoga in Provence

Yoga in Provence

Eurobound Combines Wellness and Local Discoveries on French Riviera 7 Day Package from $1,499 Daily yoga classes, trips to local villages, picnic lunches and a cooking class highlight Eurobound’s newest vacation package to Provence.  The 7-day/6 night land package is designed for clients who want an intimate vacation that is at once relaxing and active. … Continue reading

Eurobound Introduces Epicurean Collection

Eurobound Introduces Epicurean Collection

Eurobound has launched its “Epicurean Collection,” a series of personalized independent and small-group explorations focused on wine and food experiences.

Itineraries cover France, Italy, or Spain, and range from 4 to 10 days, depending on the package. Travelers can choose from 8 exclusive packages, each highlighting a different region. Continue reading

Crisis Communications: Be prepared

No organization is immune to crisis.  It could be a terrorist event, a hotel fire, a natural disaster that halts air transportation, a disease outbreak that causes panic, or civil unrest that mars a vacation experience.  These are only some examples. A crisis can occur at any place, any time. Here are some guidelines to … Continue reading