Pleasant Holidays expands Europe portfolio to 15 countries

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Pleasant Holidays announced the expansion of its Europe product portfolio with the addition of new destinations and cruises for travel in 2017 and beyond. Pleasant Holidays now offers 15 European countries featuring the most popular destinations for U.S. travelers, including France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Netherlands, Spain and the United Kingdom.
 
Pleasant Holidays’ newest European cities include Copenhagen, Denmark; Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Nuremberg and Stuttgart, Germany; Salzburg and Vienna, Austria; Budapest, Hungary; Milan, Italy; Belfast, Northern Ireland; Lisbon, Portugal; Seville, Spain and the Greek Islands of Milos, Naxos and Paros.
 
New cruises for 2017 feature Windstar Cruises and include Northern Europe and Iceland itineraries from Stockholm and Reykjavik for sailings in July and August. The Around Iceland Voyage sailing roundtrip from Reykjavik is a week-long circumnavigation of Iceland, visiting remote fjords, raging waterfalls and small fishing villages. The Baltic Delights cruise between Stockholm and Copenhagen visits eight magical cities in seven countries: Sweden, Russia, Finland, Estonia, Lithuania, Poland and Denmark. Additional Windstar Cruises itineraries in Northern Europe showcase Dublin, Edinburgh and Lisbon. Windstar Cruises voyages feature luxurious, all oceanview staterooms aboard an intimate yacht. In addition to gourmet onboard dining and entertainment, each cruise includes a complimentary private event promising a truly memorable evening.
 
Pleasant Holidays partners with more than 20 airlines for Europe vacations originating from across the United States, including Alitalia, American Airlines, British Airways, Delta Air Lines, Icelandair, Lufthansa, United and Virgin Atlantic. Flights are offered between countries within Europe for travelers who wish to visit multiple cities.

 

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