Blue-Roads Touring Launches 2022 and 2023 Tours Schedule
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Blue-Roads Touring
, small group tour experts in the UK & Europe, has started to release its tours for 2022 and 2023. Tours will be launching to the public region by region over the coming weeks.

In a recent survey of mature North American travellers, Blue-Roads found that 85% are planning to travel to Europe for their next international holiday, with England, Scotland, France and Ireland being the most in-demand countries for future travel among the respondents.

With this in mind, Blue-Roads is releasing tours for 2022-23 in the UK & Ireland first, with other European regions to follow.

UK & Ireland 2022-2023 tours, which include popular itineraries such as ‘Corners of Cornwall’, ‘Chelsea Flower Show‘ and ’A Scottish Journey’ are available to book from 24FEB, 2021, with all other tours across Europe expected to be available to book by early APR 2021.

To allow guests to travel without the worry of larger crowds, Blue-Roads will continue to have a maximum of 18 guests per tour. Additionally, to give customers the assurance they need to book with confidence, Blue-Roads Touring’s COVID Assurance and Extra Flexible Policy is currently in place for all new bookings.

“We have spent the past few months speaking to customers who originally planned to travel in 2020. Customer feedback highlighted a strong desire for the option to plan travel and make a travel booking further out than usual,” said Vicki Loannou Theophilou, Director of Business Development, The Americas for Blue-Roads Touring.

“All tours in the 2022-23 season will continue to be led by Blue-Road’s local, expert Tour Leaders to bring a local’s ‘from your home to theirs’ perspective to each trip. Our Tour Leaders, who often grew up in the regions visited, really bring the destinations to life, which never fails to impress our customers.”

“We are excited to be launching our 2022-23 tours schedule – much earlier than we typically would. The future looks bright for travel, and we cannot wait to welcome our customers back on the road,” Theophilou concluded.

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