A European tour promo extravaganza!

Here's a major promo offered by Trafalgar travel for European travel packages comes spring or winter get away. When you book your spring or winter European vacation with Trafalgar by January 31, 2011, you will save up to $300 per couple, that is $150 per person for a $1,325 tour package. There's also a last minute deal package offered by Trafalgar which is really a huge saving on the part of travelers. Their "Real Britain" package is only $1,050.00 on advance booking!

The vibrant city of London at night. Image from www.tudorcoachhire.com
The breathtaking site of the English Lake district

Boasting a charming and splendid history, gorgeous beaches and tranquil countryside, plus the lively cities of London and Edinburgh, Great Britain is one place everybody should not miss. For great countryside adventure, Cornwall, Grasmere, Berkshire, Cotswold, Aberdeen, Isle of Mull, Isle of Skye, Gloucestershire among others, offer a tremendous experience of serenity, peace of mind and relaxation. The vivid green environment is a perfect scenery to behold. The country will treat each traveler for its ancient palaces and castles, medieval architecture, imposing buildings and department stores. Plus a sight seeing of the world's number one university, Cambridge, which is just less than three hours travel from London.
 The picturesque Edinburgh city in Scotland. Image from www.xplorebritain.com

BRECON, WALES - DECEMBER 24: Sheep in front of the snow covered Black Mountains on December 24, 2010 in Brecon, Wales. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)
A snow covered Black mountain in Wales
Get a chance to travel to William Shakespeare's hometown to Stratford-upon-Avon or at Grasmere near Lake District, home to poet William Wordsworth. The Northern part of England offers a stunning sceneries of ornamental gardens, national parks and Lakes. Beaches in Britain are terrific choices for a relaxing adventure. Some of the world's finest beaches are located in Scotland with its pristine seaside, ivory sand and crystal green water, nothing beats Scottish beaches.

PRESTWICK, SCOTLAND - MARCH 22:  A general view of the beaches in Prestwick, Scotland, 22 March 2005. A survey conducted by Beachwatch in September of last year, monitored 46 beaches in Scotland and a total of 250 in the UK. The main source of litter (33.4%) was from beach visitors. This was followed by sewage-related debris (26.1%), fishing debris (9.9%) and shipping (2.3%).  (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
a Scottish beach
Traveling to Great Britain for pleasure, fun, adventure and discoveries (or even research which is my real purpose) is one great opportunity of a lifetime!