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Published on Wednesday, August 4, 2021

Pleasant Holidays, Journese expand product across Europe and UK


Pleasant Holidays and luxury brand, Journese, have expanded their international product line, adding more than 160 hotels and 90 private or semi-private tours throughout Europe and the United Kingdom.

It adds up to more than a dozen new destinations in Croatia, England, France, Italy, Montenegro and Slovenia.

Additions to the Pleasant Holidays and Journese Europe and United Kingdom product line include Dubrovnik, Split and Zagreb in Croatia, English cities Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester, Stratford upon Avon and York, Lyon in France, Trieste and Verona, Italy, Ljubljana, Slovenia and Tivat, Montegnegro.

"In addition to adding more hotel product in primary European destinations like Greece, London, Paris, Rome, Amsterdam, Budapest and Barcelona, we've expanded our portfolio to include more secondary destinations for seasoned travelers looking to explore deeper, as well as fascinating port cities ideal for pre- and post-stays for popular Europe river and ocean cruises," said Jack E. Richards, President and CEO.

Private and semi-private airport transfers and 350 sightseeing tours are available in cities such as Amsterdam, Budapest, Dublin, Florence, Glasgow, Istanbul, Milan, Prague, Venice and Zagreb.

Tour options range from popular main attractions to walking tours off the beaten path, and foodie tours.

The Pleasant Holidays and Journese product portfolio also includes major international airlines plus complete cruise vacation packages for European river and ocean cruises.

Cruise partners include AMAWaterways, Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours, Norwegian Cruise Line, Windstar Cruises, Iceland ProCruises and Emerald Waterways.

Travel advisors are able to book clients in one transaction including multi-destination itineraries, flights, airport transfers, hotels, commissionable activities with 100% commission protection and more.

The company's newest Need to Know Before You Go infographic helps travel advisors keep up to date with the latest entry requirements for Europe and England.


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