Titan offers agent trip incentives alongside 2025 brochure

Titan Travel is running a new agent incentive for April with the opportunity to win trips.

Two agents will have a chance to win a place on one of two of Titan’s European tours – ‘Contrasts of Italy and Ischia’ and ‘Breathtaking Montenegro’ – for themselves and a companion to coincide with the publication of the operator’s 2025 Europe programme.

Agents booking any European or worldwide tour will also receive a £20 lifestyle voucher per booking. 

The escorted tours specialist has introduced three new itineraries for next year covering Germany, Austria and northern Italy, the Italian Lakes and Portugal and Spain.

New river cruise itineraries include Lisbon and the Douro River, plus Christmas itineraries on the Rhine and the Danube.

Three new escorted tour extensions have also been added, including on the ‘Amalfi Coast to Rome’, ‘Southern Shores of Lake Garda’ and ‘Vienna, Prague and Budapest’.

Titan continues to offer its mainland UK door-to-door transfer service on all tours and includes the cost of a connecting domestic flight where required.

Head of trade sales Hayley Morris said: “We are delighted to release our new brochure for 2025, which includes some fantastic new tours that have been designed to appeal to our customers, and which we hope our agent partners will really get behind. 

“The average group size of Titan’s tours to Europe is 35, so our customers can be assured of a personal experience.

“We really appreciate the continued effort our travel agent partners put into securing Titan bookings each month and are pleased to share details of our exciting incentive programme for April which includes the chance to experience one of our tours with a companion.”

Chief commercial officer Andy Squirrell added: “The support we get from the travel trade is extremely valuable to us, and I want to extend my thanks to all our travel agent partners for getting behind our new 2025 programme.”

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