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Six ways they make family travel cool

What makes a perfect kid’s escape? Educational experiences? Check. Hands-on adventures? Without a doubt. With Costsaver, their younger guests are just as important as their older ones, so they’ve taken care to craft travel trips that’ll impress the young (and the young at heart). Take 13 days and explore Italy the way it is meant to be seen. They’ll include all the essentials such as transport, accommodation with breakfast daily and city orientation tours and leave plenty of room for you to tailor make your family holiday your way.

1. History comes alive

Whether it’s viewing the incredible artwork of St Peter’s Basillica or imagining what life was like as a gladiator in the Colosseum kids can journey into the past with exciting introductions to historical icons! Who doesn’t want to share a pic of themselves ‘holding up’ the leaning tower of Pisa?  Not to mention learning from your Travel Director exactly why the Tower continues to lean.

2. VIP entry

With VIP fast track access to many key sights you and your little ones can skip the queues and spend more time exploring the icons. On the Splendours of Italy trip guests can tailor make their holiday and opt for a skip-the-line tour of the Vatican Museums. Michelangelo’s amazing ceiling frescoes in the Sistine Chapel are a sight to behold.

3. Young traveller savings

Costsaver offers families huge savings on their travels. From a savings of up to 10% off for young travellers (5 to 17 years of age) to triple and quad share rooming options for starters. They currently have their Pre-sale deal on offer where families can book their 2020 Europe and Britain holiday and pay 2019 pricing. Getting your 2020 holiday has never been more affordable.

4. Stay connected

Their coaches are Wi-Fi connected, so your teens and tweens can stay connected with their friends back home. Whether they’re sharing their travel snaps on social media or keeping amused playing games on their devices, they make sure your children are never bored while on the move.

5. They feed their imagination….and their bellies

The best way to start your day is with a good breakfast and they include this every day. What kid doesn’t love pizza? How about making it themselves in Italy? Their trips ensure kids not only taste delicious local cuisine but can get hands-on while making it, too. In Rome, why not try your hand at making an authentic Italian pizza together. Bon ape-tit!

6. Learn from the locals

Watch the Venetian craftsmen at work creating local specialties at a glassblowing workshop on Giudecca island. You are surrounded by magnificent sights and sounds as you cruise by private launch along the Giudecca canal to St. Mark’s Square. Admire the Bridge of Sighs, the ornate Doge’s Palace and the Basilica of St. Mark.

Travel will set your child’s imagination alight. Visit their website to discover their trips on offer or call to make a booking on (011) 280 8440.

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