Ticket to ride: Jet2CityBreaks offers families free Efteling access

In a new partnership between Jet2CityBreaks and Efteling Theme Park Resort in the Netherlands, the operator is giving its customers unlimited access to one of Europe’s largest and oldest theme parks when they stay at the Efteling Hotel.

Clients who booked in to stay at the four-star Efteling Hotel through the operator will receive free entry to the park throughout their stay, where they can experience a fairytale forest, thrilling roller-coasters, steam train rides, shows, a mythical castle and more.

The theme park is located a little over an hour’s drive away from Amsterdam and, as well as being the largest theme park in the Netherlands, makes for an ideal short-break destination for families thanks to its natural surroundings, woodland setting and wide range of attractions.

Zoe Towers, head of product for the operator, said: “Taking a family holiday to Efteling Theme Park resort is considered part of growing up in the Netherlands, and we know that Britons will be just as captivated by the enchanting adventures that it offers, which is why we have entered into this partnership. Customers can now experience Efteling Theme Park resort at no extra cost if they book with to stay at the Efteling Hotel with us, and on top of that they will also realise the many benefits from travelling with Jet2CityBreaks, such as return flights with award-winning Jet2.com, 22kg hold luggage, and car hire included, all for a low £60 per person deposit.”

As an example of prices, a stay for two adults and two children, including access to Efteling throughout the stay, starts from £289.

For further information go to jet2holidays.com/poi/amsterdam/efteling


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