Insight Vacations has released its 2019 Europe and Britain collection made up of 96 journeys including three new trips to Scandinavia, Malta and Greece.

As part of the new brochure, Insight has further enhanced several itineraries including; its Jordan Experience with a meaningful visit to the Iraq Al-Amir Women’s Cooperative, an Insight Cares and TreadRight project, Israel Discovery with a new Dine-at-Home lunch experience and Easy Pace Malta with memorable visits to Valletta and Mdina.

And there’s even more selling opportunities for Travel Agents…

With journeys only available to book for 2019 including commemorating the 75th Anniversary of the World War II Normandy D-Day landings. Guests can explore these significant historical sites by booking either the Normandy, Brittany & the Loire Valley or French Heritage guided journeys.


Agents can assist their clients to book with complete confidence by emphasising the top five reasons to book with Insight Vacations including; over 70 immersive Insight Experiences, a variety of deliciously authentic dining experiences, travelling and staying in style in the most desirable hotel locations, smaller group camaraderie and the services of passionate Travel Directors.

Guests will be able to enjoy numerous new 2019 Insight Experiences including a Dine-at-Home dinner with the Willoughby family at historic Birdsall House in England, a special visit to Castel Gandolfo to explore the splendid gardens of the Pope’s summer palace and savour a Farm-to-Table dinner paired with local wines in Bordeaux.


“Our goal is to help make 2019 Travel Agents’ best booking year ever with our ‘Insight Difference’ by offering clients incredible activities, meaningful interactions and the best value across our 96 European premium guided journeys.”

Lorraine Sharp, Insight Vacations Managing Director

“We have already seen a significant increase in advanced 2019 bookings and we anticipate client demand by highlighting special times to visit certain destinations with festivals such as the Venice Carnival, Bastille Day, Oktoberfest, Edinburgh Tattoo and Christmas Markets.”

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