Europe in the off-season
Reduced prices, smaller crowds and rich cultural events are among the compelling reasons to travel Europe in the “off-season,” fall through spring.
he summer crowds, at their worst, can reduce the experience of some of Europe’s most beautiful destinations. Furthermore, some of Europe’s best cultural events happen in the off-season, including Viennese Balls, London’s fall theater season, Christmas markets of Germany and Central Europe, just to name a few. Trafalgar Tours offers more than 30 different vacations in its annual Winter in Europe brochure. Packages include accommodations; breakfast daily plus many other meals; Trafalgar’s sightseeing; and luxury touring on modern coaches. Book early and get discounts on top of reduced fares and prices that are part of off-season travel.
For more information, contact your AAA Travel agent.