Winter Wonderland Sale - 10% OFF
Summer escapes are a dime a dozen. And while kicking back in the sunshine has its appeal, the romantic allure of a snug, winter escape is unparalleled – blankets of pristine snow covering rolling landscapes, twinkling lights and fireside dining that evokes heartwarming nostalgia, and Christmas markets and snow-laden activities abound… A captivating wonderland of winter delights awaits you.
And if you book before 15 September 2014, you’ll get a roaring 10% OFF your winter adventure. So you can put your saving towards even more mulled wine, hot chocolate and warming treats!
Why a winter escape?
Old-world charm, beautiful landscapes and festive atmospheres make Europe a truly magical place to visit during winter. Especially as the festive season approaches.Escape the dreariness of a rainy English winter, or the unrelenting heat of a Southern Hemisphere summer, and bliss out in a beautiful winter landscape. See the world from the pages of a fairytale and partake in an array of activities that are only available during the winter months.
Our Europe winter trips
Old-world charm, beautiful landscapes and festive atmospheres make Europe a truly magical place to visit during winter. Especially as the festive season approaches.
Our Family winter trips
Winter brings with it an array of fun activities. These winter trips will keep both children and adults entertained and awe-inspired.
Our Russia & Japan winter trips
Explore some of the lesser-know winter wonderlands on these beautiful trips into the depths of frosted Japan and Russia.
Blog posts on Winter travel
Why Northern Lights is in the Top 7 Natural [...]
Posted on Thu, 31 July 2014 by Steph Millington
The widely disputed list of the 7 Natural Wonders of the World contains some staggering spectacles, but I consider only one worthy of being [...]Read more
Russia's Winter Wonderland
Posted on Fri, 1 August 2014 by Sue Elliot
Intrepid’s Anna Mikhailova explains how the start of the year is so enchanting and why you shouldn’t write off Russia in winter… [...]Read more