Driven in style

Bayes, Robin
May 2007
Travel Weekly Australia;5/11/2007, Issue 47, p20
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the resurgence of coach touring, which is also known as escorted tours, in the 21st century. The evolution of escorted holidays has come full circle with quality, leisurely options available to suit all style of holiday. Having the flexibility to choose how fast one wants to travel, to what regions and the choice of how one spends the day is a new feature of coach touring, which is contributing to its resurgence in popularity.


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