Trust Tuscany

Williamson, Jeannine
April 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);4/10/2009, p44
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the tourism industry in Tuscany, Italy and finds out the reason how it is attracting tourists even in recession. Tuscany is famed for its beauty and for being the birthplace of Renaissance art. Kirker Holidays director of sales and marketing Ted Wake said the region has an enduring appeal and, even when consumers are looking to protect their pocket, it can be packaged to provide a combination of great experiences and relative value for money.


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