Musafir.com Offers Special European Holiday Packages

Musafir.com Offers Special European Holiday Packages

Includes hassle-free trip with guided tours, hotel stays, travel insurance, flights and PCR test

UAE – November 07, 2021: Musafir.com, region’s leading travel agency; is offering its all inclusive holiday packages for individuals and families to five European destinations – Turkey, Serbia, Baku, Georgia and Armenia.

Residents can enjoy a long affordable getaway during the UAE National holiday with the ability to book their flights, cruise, local experiences and hotel stays all in one place. From immersing into local history/ culture to enjoying local experiences such as hot air balloon rides over spectacular landscapes, these holiday packages have it all for every kind of traveller.

From November 30 to December 4, 2021, the 4-night stay package starts from as low as AED 2,549 and includes: return fares, hotel stay, breakfast, guided tours/ sightseeing to popular landmarks, travel insurance and even PCR tests. Residents can book these packages in just a few clicks on www.musafir.com.

Offering flights to over 3,000 destinations, hotel stays in over a million properties around the world, Musafir is a premium-experience travel agency that offers a whole host of seamless travel services including holiday and visa packages so that customers can travel hassle-free.

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Note to the editor: Please find the Itinerary attached and summarised as follows:

Packages are booked on a first-come, first-serve basis for fixed dates

Serbia

If you are looking to combine vibrant city life with ancient folkloric traditions, this oft-overlooked land of tranquillity should definitely make it to your bucket list. Its capital Belgrade is special and once you get caught in its charms you will find it hard not to fall in love. Music, food, art, history, parks, lakes, rivers and more – Belgrade has it all. As you wind your way towards Novi Sad, treat your eyes to the majestic views of Fruška Gora, Serbia’s oldest National Park. No matter how long or how short your Balkan holiday is, you will leave feeling charmed, indeed.

Turkey

Turkey’s diverse landscapes, from Aegean olive groves to the Eastern Steppe, provide a lyrical setting for its many great ruins. Whether you are sailing up the Bosphorus, passing under suspension bridges and viewing Ottoman summer palaces or visiting the Grand Bazaar and the mosques, you will see and enjoy everything from the Ottoman Empire to the Byzantine era. Don’t miss out on a hot air balloon ride over Cappadocia, leaving a picturesque painting of fairy chimney rock formations and wavy valleys for you to treasure.

Georgia

Over the past few years, Tbilisi the capital city, which is the heart and soul of Georgia has become a red-hot travel destination. It’s easy to see why. This city preserves the centuries-old history and traditions of Georgia, which perfectly merge modernity with effortlessly cool restaurants, bars, art galleries, cobbled streets and sulphur baths. The surrounding mountain villages offer their own charm, cuisine and culture too. Visit the UNESCO-recognised Upper Svaneti region which is like a living museum made up of medieval-type villages, castles and distinctive stone tower houses.

Baku

Baku’s stunning views of the Caspian Sea aren’t the only reason tourists have been flocking to this trendy destination. Its architecture and beautiful traditional buildings are perfect for travellers who want to see a little bit of everything. Marvel at the iconic Maiden Towers, which have been standing since the 12th century or watch time go by from the observation deck at the Flame Towers.

Armenia

This is one of the most tempting travel destinations, meant for lazy strolling and exploring. You will find yourself intrigued by the history, awed and amazed by the monuments and natural landscapes of the Tavush region and be totally charmed by the resort spa town, Tsaghkadzora. A visit to Republic Square is essential on a trip to Yerevan, also known as the pink city, as is The Cascade, a giant staircase littered with different fountains and sculptures.

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