Deals during a boom year

Lisella, Maria
May 1997
Travel Agent;05/12/97, Vol. 286 Issue 3, Europe p1
Trade Publication
Describes some of the summer travel promotions offered by airlines, rail companies and hotels in Europe in 1997. Rail travel passes offered by Eurostar and Rail Europe; Sky Express' offering of accommodations at some hotels in the south of France at lower rates.


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