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Published on Friday, July 16, 2021

Inghams puts France and Switzerland summer holidays on sale

Inghams has put France and Switzerland back on sale as the FCDO relaxed its travel advisory for the amber list countries.

It opens up outdoor, walking, cycling and sightseeing holidays for fully vaccinated holidaymakers who  no longer have to self-isolate on their return  from next week.

Inghams has only been offering travel to destinations when the FCDO advises it is safe to do so.

Holidays in France and Switzerland are bookable for travel from 31 July 2021.

Julie Franklin, Head of Agency Sales said: "We are very excited to have two of our destinations open up for our agents to sell.  Both, Switzerland and France offer some fantastic options for agents to offer their customers for a great European holiday."

"Having hosted a recent Swiss event we know the demand is there and we will ensure we support agents with social media activity to help with promotions."

The programme includes seven-night packages in Switzerland this summer from £559pp and seven-nights in France from £569pp.

It includes Alpine holidays in France to Chamonix with outdoor activities such as rafting, parapenting, mountain biking, climbing, horse-riding and summer tobogganing.

Inghams summer holidays can be booked with deposits of £150 per person with flights available from Birmingham, Bristol, Edinburgh, Liverpool, London and Manchester.


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