Guided holiday company Trafalgar has strengthened its partnership with monthly magazine Better Homes and Gardens, introducing three guided readers’ trips in 2015, to be hosted by the magazine’s editors.
Off the back of a successful inaugural trip to Italy earlier this year hosted by the magazine’s renowned editor-in-chief, Julia Zaetta, Trafalgar is offering Better Homes and Gardens readers exclusively-tailored guided holidays that take the art and crafts scene of America’s southern states, castles and countryside of Ireland and Scotland, and the legendary Christmas markets of Europe.
Matthew Cameron-Smith, managing director, Trafalgar Australia said: “When we began our partnership with Better Homes and Gardens, we really wanted to create a unique opportunity for their readers to go beyond the pages of the magazine and experience art, history, food and homewares in a different yet authentic cultural setting. The results of our first reader trip have been overwhelmingly positive and have allowed us work very closely with Julia and her team to create three bespoke guided holidays for 2015.”
Julia Zaetta, editor-in-chief, Better Homes and Gardens said: “Travel can introduce so many exciting points of inspiration for our travellers, we don’t stop talking about them. And of course, in the planning, we include amazing new discoveries to bring home so we can incorporate them into all the areas of our everyday life. That’s the really exciting part of our trips! Add to this, that experiencing different cultures and trends from around the world is something our readers just love, then its no surprise, we’re thrilled to be continuing our partnership with Trafalgar to show our guests Europe, Ireland and the USA from the inside. So you better come along or you’ll miss out!”
The three reader trips on offer for next year include the 13-day Arts, Crafts & a Little History guided holiday, 16-day The Isles of Kilts and Crafts and a 15-day Christmas Market Magic guided holiday.
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