Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser
Book ahead for holiday perfection
weather might be turning crisp at home, but it’s actually the perfect time to get excited about your next summer holiday.
Dreaming big about a special break – especially after the past 18 months – will make winter a good deal easier to bear, and travel expert TUI is here to help.
If you’re looking a bit further ahead, TUI’S fantastic portfolio of summer 2023 holidays are now on sale, and you can book for up to the end of October 2023. Doing so now will ensure a wonderful choice of rooms and hotels, not to mention securing a great price and paying a low deposit**.
You can also relax in the knowledge that, with TUI taking care of those all-important details, your holiday will more than live up to the dream.
There’s a wealth of destinations on offer, from Turkey, Greece and
Islands, the balmy Canaries or sunny Spain. Or if you fancy opting for a long-haul destination, why not book a break to the tropical beaches of Mexico, or fun-packed Florida? For a holiday where you can truly unwind, stylish, adults-only TUI
For Two hotels are the perfect choice, while for extra luxury there are TUI BLUE SENSATORI hotels. LIFE all-inclusive hotels boast an incredible range of activities and entertainment – including sport and fitness options – with beautiful beach backdrops to boot. You might also fancy a luxury Marella Cruises experience. There are three brand new USA itineraries for summer 2023. Sailing on the Marella Discovery from Port Canaveral near Orlando, destinations will include New York, New Orleans,
Key West and the Caribbean. a brand-new ship in the luxury fleet – the Marella Voyager – will set sail for the first time in June 2023. Now available for bookings, the family-friendly ship will sail to destinations including Barcelona and the south of France.
In fact, the only tricky bit will be choosing from the sheer wealth of holiday inspiration on offer! Why not visit your local TUI store and discuss your holiday options with knowledgeable and friendly staff?