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In response to increasing demand from adventurous travellers, Leger Holidays, has added four new tours to its continent spanning repertoire.

 

The Charleston, Savannah, Washington DC and the Blue Ridge Mountains tour takes in ‘old-time America’, visiting grand historic mansions of the southern former colonial towns and the scenery of the Blue Ridge Mountain Parkway, and leads in at £1,299 per person.

Travellers will also be given the opportunity to explore the wonders of Ancient Greece with two new introductions to the operator's Grand Explorer collection which explore the Acropolis of Athens, ancient Delphi at the foot of Mount Parnassus and the Corinth Canal. The company is offering this experience in two formats, from the UK by coach on the Classical Greece by coach tour (£1,459), or by air then joining the coach in Greece in the Treasures of Greece by air (£935), an option which comes with half-board as standard. 

For solo voyagers, the operator has expanded its Single Travellers offering with a new Mediterranean Cruise for Single Travellers tour, which explores a range of destinations and includes full board on the cruise ship. Locations visited include Barcelona, Naples, Civitavecchia, Livorno, Cannes and Palma, with prices leading in at £1,095. 

For further information or to book visit www.legerbreaks.info or call 0844-4 9256. 

 

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