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Titan Travel releases 2021 Worldwide brochure

Titan Travel has released its 2021 Worldwide brochure, with 15 new tours departing next year.

The brochure features nearly 200 tours in total, and agents can build their own brochures online to tailor-make it to their clients preferences.

Managing director Andy Squirrell said: “We hope our latest brochure provides some much needed joy to agents and their clients at home and gets readers dreaming about where they would like to visit once international travel resumes.

“We can’t wait to welcome travellers back on a Titan holiday soon. New adventures are waiting.”

The escorted tours specialist is also offering a flexi-deposit on new bookings made by September 30, 2020, with bookings able to be secured for £49pp with the option to amend bookings up to 75 days prior to departure without charge.

Squirrell added: “Titan recognises that travellers want and need more control and flexibility when booking anything for the future during these uncertain times. We hope this new policy provides agents and their clients with the extra confidence they require and are assured that they, and their holiday, are in safe hands when booked with Titan.”

The build your own online brochure initiative is part of Titan’s commitment to reducing its paper consumption as well as offering agents the chance to offer clients more personalised holidays.

Once selected, agents will receive their personalised brochure in a PDF via email, ready to print or forward onto clients.

The Worldwide brochure is available to download and view online now.

New tours for 2021 include an 11-day ‘Journey Through Eastern Canada’, an 8-day ‘Contrasts of Ischia and Sorrento’, an 8-day Gems of Northern Europe tour and a cruise called The Blue Danube and Romantic Rhine, calling at 16 towns along the two European rivers

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