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Eastern Europe delights

EASTERN Europe travel specialists Beyond Travel have introduced a new escorted tour which visits  the main centres of Ukraine, Poland and Hungary as well  as many of the fascinating less-travelled areas.

The 12-day itinerary begins in Kyiv with dinner at a traditional Ukrainian restaurant before beginning a tour which takes in St Sophia Cathedral, the  underground labyrinth of  Perchersk Lavra Monastery, the remains of Hitler's Wehrwolf bunkers and the Smotrych River Canyon.

In Poland touring includes the Old Town at Krakow, The Royal Castle and a drive to Zakapone in the High Tatra Mountains.

The Paris of the East, Budapest is the highlight in Hungary with extensive sightseeing including Heroes' Square, the 14th century Buda Castle, St Stephen's Basilica and the 13th century Matthias Church.

The guaranteed-departure, escorted tour is priced from $2550 per person twin share and includes four and five star accommodation and daily breakfast, transport by a high quality air-conditioned coach, comprehensive sightseeing with an English-speaking tour director and return transfers.

Book and deposit before April 30 and you will receive $200 per couple of Discover More Travel Credits. These can be used for a wide range of additional services booked with Beyond Travel such as sightseeing, flights, hotels or other tours valid for use until 31 December 2012.

There are departures in May until October.

For other escorted tours across Eastern Europe contact Beyond Travel on 1300-363-554 or email info@beyondtravel.com.au

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