Virgin Trains unveils one-stop-shop for UK and European getaways12/05/17
Virgin Trains unveils one-stop-shop for UK and European getaways
- Train tickets, accommodation and attractions can be booked online all in one place – saving time and money
- Planning summer escapes is a breeze with hundreds of online packages available
Escaping for a relaxing break this summer has never been easier with the new Virgin Trains Escapes website, a one-stop shop for train tickets, accommodation and attractions.
The brand-new website packages together the best deals on offer, from London to Edinburgh or Glasgow, and plenty of other destinations in-between, including York, the Lake District, Newcastle and Manchester. The new site even includes popular European destinations, such as Paris, Amsterdam and Brussels.
Booking couldn’t be easier. Customers simply select their rail, hotel and attraction choices from hundreds on offer and pay online all in one go – saving time and money. Whether you crave a day trip, a city break or a holiday abroad, Virgin Trains Escapes can help you get there with the minimum of fuss and without breaking the bank.
Popular attractions in the UK now available on Virgin Trains Escapes include: The Making of Harry Potter Experience, the Cadbury World tour and West End shows such as Book of Mormon, to name a few.
Breaks beyond the UK are just a few clicks away on Virgin Trains Escapes, where you can travel by train from Virgin Trains’ stations all the way to Paris Gare Du Nord.
Patrick McCall, Co-Chairman of Virgin Trains said: “At Virgin Trains, we are proud to offer dozens of exciting travel destinations to our customers at great prices. But now, it’s easier than ever before to book fuss-free travel breaks across the UK and in Europe. Whether travelling on our West Coast or East Coast routes, customers can escape for less this summer, all whilst enjoying the comfort of our trains”.
For more details visit: http://www.virgintrainsescapes.co.uk/
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