Goaway is Offering Amazing Deals for Traveling Europe


Goway Travel is pleased to announce its new range of Europe summer specials for  2016.

From classic river cruises to gourmet adventures, Goway now offers over 400 European trips to more than 35 countries. Globetrotters can choose to explore old favourites such as France and Italy, or rapidly emerging gems like Montenegro. They can even combine the best of both for a unique, tailor-made holiday, or craft a personalised vacation around specific themes such as cruising, family getaways, culinary experiences, walking or cycling, historic trails and  more.

Early bookers will have access to a wide range of travel discounts and other deals for summer. Globetrotters with a taste for luxury can enjoy 10% off select trips on the legendary Orient Express, or 20% off first class escorted Scandinavia and Russia tours. Those who prefer small group touring can enjoy a $300US or $400CA airfare  credit.

Couples or groups of three may want to explore the Glories of Turkey, a two-week program on which Goway is offering 50% off for the second traveller. Alternatively, a third traveller travels free if sharing a room with two globetrotters paying standard price for this trip. If exotic Istanbul isn’t calling, there’s a 2 for 1 offer on Europe’s best river cruises, combination airfare and vehicle deals on UK self-drives, and a host of savings on guided tours of  Europe.

Globetrotters are advised to book early. Many of these offers are only available throughout January and  February.

Since 1970, Goway has been providing unforgettable travel experiences to Africa, Asia, Australia and New Zealand, polar and idyllic island destinations, Europe and South America. Today Goway is recognized as one of North America’s leading travel companies for individuals, families and groups to select exotic destinations around the globe. Goway has offices in Los Angeles, Vancouver, Toronto, Manila, and Sydney  (Australia).

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