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The official travel body of the Rugby Football Union England Rugby Travel is extending ticket inclusive packages which include merchandise packs, accommodation for all 48 games and access to special events being held in England and Wales next year.
Rugby World Cup will take place for more than 6 weeks between 18th September and 31st October and would see twenty teams battle it out in matches held in thirteen locations.
The England Rugby Travel would offer incentives to agents by providing a grand scale of commission payments. The company’s travel trade sales team chief Louise Lee told that their Rugby World Cup 2015 ticket inclusive travel packages offer a huge scope for high street agents and they are looking forward to working with them and harnessing the huge interest the tournament has already garnered with the general public.
Sample prices start at £479 for each person for an overnight break that includes the opening ceremony of the event at the Twickenham Stadium before the home team play their very first pool game against Fiji. On the other hand, a ‘Platinum Package’ for the final staying in London’s Dorchester hotel starts at £2869 pp.
Meanwhile, if Mastercard holders are planning to travel London on 14th and 28th Nov, then they are in luck, because they would be able to get free tuberail journey on those specific days. There is no registration procedure to go through. All the customers have to do is utilize their Mastercard to execute a contactless payment.
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Athens registered the ‘fastest developing interest as a travel address’ among luxury visitors this year, in a sign that the destination is quite well on its path to after crisis recovery, as per a brand new report based on top luxury hotel brands.
As per 2014 World Luxury Index, more and more of the well heeled of the world have been looking forward to luxury hotels in Athens this year along with a development rate of 29% than in the year 2013. Barcelona and Rome were the highly sought after places in Mediterranean sea and also filed a year over year development, at twelve and twenty one percent respectively than a year earlier.
While Athens, the Greece capital, is the 8th most popular destination in the Mediterranean, it filed the fastest developing interest in the year 2014. As per the Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises, 17.9 million visitors traveled last year, most likely tempted by attractive travel publicities post crisis, says David Sadigh, the chief executive officer and founder of the Digital Luxury Group that made the report.
He further added that the Greek Islands stay a hugely popular tourist place and Athens is normally the gateway. They expect travel to Greece to go on developing in the next 2 years. For the report, Digital Luxury Group plucked through 485 million searches online on seventy brands in twenty markets. Data was collected from search engines such as China’s Baidu, Google as well as Smith Travel Research.
Interest in Scotland from the rest of Britain has gone down twenty nine per cent than this time last year, reported a new study. On Thursday, before the Scottish referendum, travel industry experts have unfolded their concerns regarding what independence might mean for the tourism industry of the country.
A leading website stated that hotel searches for Scotland from Wales, Northern Ireland and England between 1st August and 15th September gone down by 29% compared to same period in 2013. Ryder Cup, which is one of the largest tourism events in Scotland, has not handled to boost this sharp figure, with hotel searches for golfing tournament also going down year-on-year by nineteen per cent.
And this is not only the rest of the United Kingdom seemingly cutting Scotland. The interest in travel other places in the United Kingdom from Scotland has also gone down by nineteen percent per cent compared to previous year. According to reports, United Kingdom Public Relations’ Denise Bartlett with the future of Scottish independence not certain and many questioning how this would affect both potential visitors as well as the nation’s tourism industry, it is interesting to call up that Scotland has already seen a sharp decline in travel interest from the rest of the Britain. In spite of the Ryder Cup that was expected to boost the Scotland tourism, searches for accommodation in the nation have gone down compared to previous year.