Cox & Kings launches new 2023/24 brochure

Tuesday, 13 Sep, 2022 0

Small group touring specialist Cox & Kings has launched its new Worldwide Brochure 2023/24 

The comprehensive collection of group tours and tailor-made journeys covers departures through to the end of 2024.

The brochure includes six new tours.

Increased demand for arts and culture tours has led to the creation of four new tours to France, Turkey, India and Pakistan and Jerusalem.

The expert guides who lead the tours help design the itineraries and, in many cases, open doors closed to most visitors. The new India and Pakistan: Splendours of the Mughal Empire tour is the first of its kind in the UK market, launched to mark 75 years since the creation of the modern states of India and Pakistan.

Europe remains popular, with the introduction of additional tours to Spain and Portugal.

For eco-conscious travellers, a new trip to Paris can be taken by train, with the introduction of more flight-free tours coming soon.

Small group numbers remain with an average of 14 guests per group – with dedicated group tours for solo travellers, expert-led arts and culture tours, luxury train journeys and river cruises available to choose from.

For booking made by 31 October 2022, a complimentary return private chauffeur-driven airport transfer within the UK is included.

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