British Airways Holidays recently announced the launch of a new holiday package, 2006/2007 Britain & Beyond brochure, in Dubai.
It offers a wide range of options to holiday makers with the best attractions from across Europe and the US.
“From accommodation, car rental and tours to theatre and attractions, this year’s brochure has everything travellers need to plan the ideal escape. In order to make decisions even easier for our customers, the brochure has introduced a ‘recommended’ hotels list, which has been chosen for special criteria including central location, great value for money and exceptional facilities,” said Deborah Frampton, British Airways manager for the UAE.
Other cities on offer include Oxford, Cambridge, Bath, Stratford-upon-Avon, York, Birmingham, Newcastle, Glasgow, Cardiff and Dublin.
Convenience and value for money are key highlights to this year's brochure with entertainment; city travel and dining that give the travellers options to enjoy the best that the destinations have to offer.
For travel outside of Europe and the USA, British Airways Holidays offers ground arrangements and special offers for the Far East, Caribbean, Canada and the Middle East.
Further information on the package is available at ba.com.
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