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Tallinn To Athens

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The Tallinn to Athens tour starts in Tallinn and ends in Athens. The Tallinn to Athens is an Explorer tour that takes 42 days taking you from Tallinn to Athens and through 25 other destinations in Europe.

We travel through twelve countries on this adventure through Europe from Tallin down to Greece's capital of Athens. Admire the opulent beauty of Vienna, take a dip in the hot springs of Budapest and discover the ANZAC memorial at Gallopoli. Greece will take you back in time as you explore the ancient ruins that feature in so many popular myths and legends

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Tallinn, Estonia's capital, is famous for its enchanting historic centre, and is a popular holiday destination on the Gulf of Finland. Roam the cobbled streets and explore scenic ruins or climb the hill of Toompea, which is filled with medieval buildings, 14th century churches, turrets, spires and enticing alleyways.
Tallinn also offers alluring boutique shopping similar to that found in Swiss cities. The city is full of artists and artisans so you may also find wonderfully made glass, weaving and pottery here. The cafe scene is thriving and you can find everything from sunlit street cafes to Art Deco style bakeries. Within the walls of the Old Town there are lots of excellent restaurants to enjoy and a thriving nightlife, with clubs open until the wee hours. Estonians are true beer lovers so you might like to try an authentic local brew.
Riga is more than 800 years old and its clever blend of medieval centre and modern city infrastructure will enchant you. The UNESCO World Heritage listed Old Town has its own particular charm, while the city is also famous for its fascinating Art Nouveau architectural heritage which you can discover as you wander the streets of this 'Paris of the East'. A must-do is a visit to Riga's most famous Gothic church, St Peter's, thought to be about 800 years old. Its famous spire has been rebuilt three times in the same form since 1667, with its latest rebuild completed in 1973. Climb the spire and enjoy spectacular views over the city.
The capital of Lithuania, Vilnius boasts an attractive baroque Old Town that is the largest in Eastern Europe and is praised as the 'New Prague'. Located on the edge of the Neris River, with its pine covered hills, friendly people, and blend of old and new, this is a picturesque city well worth exploring. You will have time to explore the main sights of the city including Gediminas Castle on the top of Gediminas Hill and Cathedral Square at the base of the hill, which is dominated by Vilnius Cathedral and its 57 metre-tall belfry.
While you're exploring the square between the cathedral and the tower you should hunt for the secret stebuklas (miracle) tile. The tile marks the southern end of the 2 million person, 650 kilometre long human chain between Tallinn and Vilnius, which was formed in protest against Soviet occupation in 1989. Local legend has it that if you find the pretty mosaic-covered tile you should stand on it and turn around three times clockwise while making a wish, which shall then be granted.
Warsaw, Poland's capital, has been revitalised as a tourist destination. The city was almost entirely destroyed in World War II but a lot of effort has gone into its rebuilding. Since the fall of communism many old buildings have given way to modern skyscrapers, the dilapidated old town has been brightened up, and entertainment and services transformed to match that of other western capitals.
Home to various palaces, castles and citadels, Warsaw is noted for the Soviet-era Palace of Culture and Science, as well as the marketplace at the 10th Anniversary Stadium, a converted festival site where you can buy all sorts of interesting items. Also recommended is a visit to the Old Town, which was rebuilt between 1949 and 1963 after being destroyed in World War II in the Renaissance, Gothic and Baroque styles of architecture from the 17th and 18th centuries. You can visit the Historical Museum of Warsaw and Royal Castle at nearby Old Town Square.
Poland's more famous and cultural city is Kraków, which has managed to preserve centuries of amazing architecture and artistic traditions as most of the historic buildings and monuments emerged unscathed from World War II. Kraków was the royal capital for 500 years so a must-see is the royal Wawel Castle, a beautiful renaissance palace which now houses a museum. During the evening the cosmopolitan city offers a wild nightlife, with plenty of restaurants, music clubs and bars to explore.
Kraków is our base to visit the UNESCO listed Auschwitz-Birkenau German Nazi Concentration and Extermination Camp, a sobering tribute to the people that perished there during the Holocaust. Situated close to the Polish town of O?wi?cim, the camp was originally designed for Polish political prisoners but became the most notorious camp of World War II because an estimated 1.6 million people of 27 nationalities, including 1.1 million Jews, 150,000 Poles and 23,000 Roma were killed by the Nazis.
The High Tatras constitutes of a large mountain range which forms a natural border between Slovakia and Poland and is the highest mountain range of the Carpathians. The tallest mountain is Gerlach at 2,655 metres, located in Slovakia just north of Poprad.
After making our way to Starý Smokovec (Nový Smokovec) we have time to relax and unwind. For the energetic there is an opportunity to go to the nearby mountains for some hiking. There are various paths ranging from gentle to highly demanding, winding among spectacular peaks and rock walls. Alternatively you can admire some of the beautiful natural sites of the region, such as the glacial lake of Strebske Pleso.
After getting our fill of the crisp mountain air we board an overnight train to Prague.
Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe and you will have plenty of free time to visit the stunning City of 1,000 Spires, including the bustling Old Town Square where you can find a beautiful astronomical clock, the enchanting Charles Bridge where you can watch artists and buskers at work and Wenceslas Square. There is also time to wander the lofty heights of Hradčany Castle and St Vitus Cathedral for magical views over the city.
Prague is a town that loves to party so you may also want to experience the nightlife as there are many great bars and restaurants and plenty of pulsating night clubs to enjoy. Czechs have been brewing beer since the 9th century and invented the world's first Pilsner, so Prague offers a great opportunity to sample some of the world's finest beers.
Welcome to Austria! Birthplace of some of the greatest classical musical compositions, Vienna charms with its cultural history and opulent beauty. Known as the 'city of music' many composers such as Mozart, Beethoven and Strauss were born or worked here and you can learn all about their works in places such as Haus der Musik and Mozarthaus, Mozart's main apartment in Vienna which holds an insight into his celebrated life.
Perhaps you would like to catch a jaw-dropping orchestra performance at the Vienna Philharmonic, or watch a ballet or opera performance at the Wiener Staatsoper? You may also choose to visit the Schloss Schönbrunn, the palace of the Habsburg family, and discover the Baroque grandeur of the Austrian dynasty. Once you have delighted in the culture and beauty of Vienna, there are a host of a lively restaurants, cafes and bars to soak up as you watch the world go by in this vibrant city.
Budapest, Hungary's stylish capital is known as the 'City of Spas' for its abundance of natural thermal springs.
Straddling the Danube River, the city is comprised of two very different historic cities, Buda on the west bank and Pest on the east bank. Highlights here include Castle Hill, Matthius Church, Fisherman's Bastion, the Liberation Monument, the fabulous St Stephen's Basilica and the much photographed Parliament Building.
Sample some Hungarian cuisine in a local restaurant. Goulash is the most popular Hungarian meat dish. It is a delicious stew made from meat and vegetables with Hungarian paprika powder as the main spice.
We take the train to Eger, located on the hills of the Bükk Mountains. It has a number of historic sights including the Castle of Eger, the town's oldest and most famous attraction. Eger is also famous for its wines. You can enjoy traditional varieties of red and white wines including “Egri Bikaver” translated to Bull's Blood of Eger! From 1596 Eger had a 91 year long Turkish rule. Due to this, the town attract visitors to its number of thermal baths. Another popular site from this period is the Turkish minaret standing at 40 metres high. You can climb this for great views.
The day is spent exploring the fascinating Maramures region in North-western Romania, home to many villages where century-old traditions are still part of daily life. We will visit the village of Barsana, where there is a thriving local tradition of woodcarving, with picturesque wooden houses fronted by giant, ornately-carved gates. There is also a monastery that offers great views over the Izei valley, where people still farm using traditional techniques. We also tour some of the beautiful wooden churches of the region that are well-known for their characteristic high roofs and tall, pointed steeples. We will make a quick stop at the very peculiar 'Merry Cemetery' of Sapânta, so called because the gravestones are painted in bright colours, hand-carved out of oak and adorned with an image of the deceased and a humorous epitaph in the local vernacular.
We then head to Baia Mare, one of the most important mining centres of Romania with over 2000 years of gold and silver mining. The town is well preserved and the oldest house here dates back to 1440.
As we make our way to Sighisoara, we stop en-route for a few hours to explore the city of Cluj Napoca, Romania's second largest city after Bucharest. The city is one of the most important academic and cultural centres in Romania, and is home to the country's largest university and its famous botanical gardens. In 2015, Cluj-Napoca was named the European Youth Capital, and you can see the reflection of this in the bohemian cafes where many of the students and artists frequent.
In the afternoon we head to Sighisoara. Located in the historic region of Transylvania, it was once a Saxon settlement established in the 12th century. Recognised by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, the citadel has a very well preserved old town with a clock tower rising 64 meters above the city. Also worth visiting is the Orthodox Cathedral and Cornesti Church.
Surrounded on three sides by the Carpathian Mountains, Brașov was a perfect place for a medieval settlement and much of the Old City, founded by the Teutonic Knights in 1211, has been restored. You can visit Râșnov Castle, the Brașov Citadel or wander up Rope Street, the narrowest street in Europe. Brașov also provides a great base for exploring the surrounding countryside of the Transylvania region, where the air is fresh and the people friendly. We visit the nearby Bran Castle which is marketed as 'Dracula's Castle' and is (supposedly) said to have been the home of Vlad the Impaler. We also explore the beautiful Pele's Castle and the fortified churches of Prejmer and Viscri, the latter of which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
We continue our journey to Bucharest where you will have free time to explore the area and discover the contrasts of Romania's cultural capital. The architecture here is an eclectic mix of historical, communist period and modern styles and it even has its own Arc de Triomphe. Bucharest also boasts the world's second largest building, the Palace of Parliament, built under the communist regime.
If you'd like to learn more about the traditional way of life of Romanian peasant farmers you can visit the Village Museum, an open air museum with around 300 traditional buildings filled with furniture, pottery and clothing collected from different regions of the country.
We head across the border into the Bulgarian city of Veliko Tarnovo, famous as the historical capital of the Second Bulgarian Empire. Built on three hills, the city offers some great views of the surrounding churches and old imperial residences rising amidst the meanders of the Yantra River. On Tsarevets Hill are the palaces of the Bulgarian emperors and the Patriarchate, the Patriarchal Cathedral, and also a number of interesting cultural institutions such as the Archaeological Museum and the Museum of the Bulgarian Revival and the Constituent Assembly.
Bulgaria's capital Sofia offers a wealth of cultural entertainment, including Byzantine churches, museums full of ancient archaeological treasures, towering monuments and numerous mineral baths adjacent to the magnificent Mount Vitosha. Laid back and cosmopolitan, Sofia offers a thriving and diverse street life, including open-air cafes, busy markets such as the famous Ladies' Market, rattling trams and buskers all adding to the ambience. At the foothills of Mount Vitosha about 8 kilometres from the city centre you can visit the 900 year-old Boyana Church, considered among the masterpieces of medieval European painting, which features murals and frescoes dating back to 1259 AD, medieval architecture and monumental art. Also at the base of Mt. Vitosha is the splendid National History Museum, with antiques dating back to the Thracian period.
Sofia also offers many beautiful gardens to relax in, such as Boris Gardens and the South Park, which starts just behind the Palace of Culture.
Enjoy breakfast in Sofia before taking a public bus to Plovdiv. Plovdiv is one of the oldest cities in Europe. It is the oldest continually inhabited city in Europe going back 8000 years. The town is small and easy to walk around. Places to see include the Roman Amphitheatre, St Marina church and a mosque leftover from the Ottoman Empire. Each step you take in this town opens up another piece of history. While the seven tall hill that used to overlook the town have been reduced to just three, it is possible to walk the hills and the best time to do this is at sunset.
Please note: Breakfast is not included at Plovdiv.
Istanbul is an enchanting fusion of East and West. Narrow alleys are flanked by wooden Ottoman houses while a nearby funky restaurant and bar strip in the down-town area pumps out Turkish pop. There are many great places to explore including, but not limited to, the Blue Mosque, St Sophia and the Grand Bazaar. The Blue Mosque, also known as the Mosque of Sultan Ahmet, is nearly 400 years old and still an active mosque that non-Muslims can visit for free outside of the five daily prayers. St Sophia (Hagia Sophia) was built 1,500 years ago and was the largest enclosed space in the world. The Grand Bazaar (Kapali Carsi) is the oldest and largest closed bazaar in the world, housing around 3000 shops within 61 alleyways. It used to be the city's main trading centre of ceramics, jewellery and leather goods.
In your free time you could take a relaxing Turkish bath and then possibly board a local ferry on the Bosphorus to observe the beautifully lit sprawl of Istanbul by night and then finish your evening with the timeless wind-down of smoking a nargileh (Ottoman water pipe).
We leave Istanbul early this morning and take a shuttle bus to Çanakkale, arriving early afternoon. Çanakkale is a Turkish seaside town located on the Asian side of the Dardanelles with a population of around 100,000 people. It is from here that we will visit the ancient site of Troy and the battlefields of Gallipoli.
Ancient Greek myths & legends tell us that Çanakkale is the town from where Leander, a local man from Abydos, swam across the Hellespont (today's Dardenelles) every night in order to be with his lover, Hero (A priestess of Aphrodite). She would guide him across the river by lighting a lamp but tragically one night her lamp blew out and Leander never made it to shore. Every year in August there is now a race across the Dardanelles along that very same route.
The Dardanelles is a narrow strait connecting the Mediterranean Sea and Black Sea which makes it a very popular transport route; throughout the years this strait has been fought over many times due to its strategic location, most recently was battle of Gallipoli in during WWI (1915-16).
The Gallipoli campaign lasted for less than a year but during this short time over 130,000 people died. Although it was unsuccessful, it was a particularly significant campaign for both Australians and New Zealanders as it helped establish their countries' military reputations worldwide, due to the bravery & strength shown by the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC).
After arrival at Çanakkale we have some time to enjoy a quick lunch before taking a guided tour of Gallipoli, stopping off at the Turkish Memorial, Anzac Cove, Lone Pine, the Australian Memorial, Johnston's Jolly, The Nek, Chunuk Bair, the New Zealand Memorial and Kabatepe Museum.
We will return to Çanakkale where we will spend the night.
Today we have a free morning to explore Çanakkale where you have the opportunity to view the same Trojan horse that was used in the blockbuster movie Troy; it was donated to the town by the producers of the film. There is also an interesting naval museum which offers great insight into the history of the Battle of the Dardanelles and you can even explore a replica of the Nusret Minelayer ship which played a huge role in Çanakkale's naval victory.
After a morning of exploration; we will embark on a guided tour to the ancient city of Troy where we can learn more about the stories behind these well-known ruins. Troy is most commonly known for the infamous Trojan War, an epic tale written by Homer in the Iliad & Odyssey which depicts a battle ignited by one woman. Supposedly the war began after Helen, the daughter of Zeus and Leda, was kidnapped by Trojan prince, Paris. Her husband Menelaus, the king of Sparta, was so enraged by this he called on his brother Agamemnon to raise an army to set sail for Troy to claim her back.
We head back to Çanakkale where we spend the night before our adventure to Greece the following morning.
After breakfast we will begin our travel day which will see us crossing the Turkish border into neighbouring Greece. We will arrive in the evening just in time to sample some of the local restaurants in the coastal town of Kavala, where the seafood & fish comes highly recommended. The next day you have free, to make the most of Kavala's charms.
The picturesque town is nestled in between the mountains and the sea and was first settled in when a group of Thassians from the nearby island colonised here in the 7th century BC. For hundreds of years it was the port for the nearby ancient town of Filippoi, and you can still visit these ruins easily from Kavala.
By the end of the 8th century AD Kavala had stepped into the Byzantine period and a castle from this era stands today perched high on a hilltop overlooking the town. The castle itself is located in the old town area of Panagia and you can explore its winding streets and alleyways on your way up to the castle.
In the early 1900's Kavala received a huge influx of migrants fleeing from the Greek-Turkish war which led to a boom in local tobacco trading industry. The traders of Kavala were well known across South Eastern Europe and the city flourished. You can learn more about this in the Tobacco Museum which is located inside one of the old factories.
The seaport town has been influenced by a variety of different cultures and architecture over the years due to its ideal location. Discover the area's natural beauty with a short bus ride from the town to the nearby beautiful sandy beaches with their sparkling crystal blue waters.
This morning we will depart on a short bus journey to reach cosmopolitan Thessaloniki, the second largest city in Greece.
Much of this city was destroyed during the Great Fire of 1917, and so a large proportion of it was rebuilt in the 1920's leading to the modern metropolis you can see today, however it is still possible to see remains of Byzantine, Ottoman & Roman architecture in and around the city. In particular, the upper town area of Thessaloniki (or Ano Poli in Greek) is an area which escaped the great fire and is largely influenced by Ottoman design with its traditional buildings, narrow cobbled streets and old squares.
Other interesting historical sites in the area include the byzantine White Tower and the Roman Arch of Galerius & Rotunda, both built between 4th –12th centuries AD.
Spend your free morning exploring the delicious sights and smells of Modiano Market or doing some last minute sightseeing. Afterwards you can relax in one of Thessaloniki's many patisseries with one of the cities local delicacies, the Trigona, a mouth-watering funnel-shaped pastry filled with cream.
This afternoon we will board a public bus to reach the small town of Kalambaka, which boasts an impressive back drop of the Meteora karsts. This will be our base in which to explore this unique UNESCO heritage site. In Greek the meaning of Meteora is 'Suspended in the air', a collection of sandstone pillars which gradually formed over 60 million years ago, originally large blocks of solid rock the peaks were then split by earthquakes and worn down by wind and rain into the awe-inspiring pinnacles we see today. From the 11th century onwards hermits began to settle in nearby caves of the area due to its spiritual atmosphere. It wasn't until around the 14th century when they began to establish and build monasteries perched on the top of the pinnacles, which could originally only be accessed by using large baskets on pulley systems or rope ladders, today the monasteries are much easier to access!
The following day you can enjoy a morning tour around the monasteries where you can experience them up close. Some of the monasteries may require a short hike so make sure you bring suitable walking shoes and a positive attitude.
Please note: When visiting the monasteries a strict dress code will apply here, women must wear skirts below the knees and men must wear full length trousers. Bare shoulders should not be exposed.
After returning from the tour you will have a free afternoon to spend as you like, for the more energetic person there will be opportunities to hike up to other monasteries or you can take another tour at dusk to admire the incredible views as the sun sets over the sky.
Early this morning we will depart the stunning area of Meteora to make our way south towards the vibrant capital city of Greece, Athens, named after the Greek goddess of wisdom, Athena.
In 2004 Athens hosted the Olympics, sparking revitalisation in the city with the arrival of new restaurants, shops and hotels. Today Athens is a large modern metropolis with a population of over 11 million, however it should not be forgotten that it is one of the world's most ancient cities, which is proved by its plentiful supply of museums and archaeological sites including Greece's most beloved ruins, the Acropolis.
The Acropolis complex is the ancient high city of Athens, perched on top of a large rock plateau. It overlooks the city and offers plethora of different historical sites such as the Temple of Athena Nike, Erecthion, Propylea, and the most famous, the Parthenon. Although there is evidence that the area was occupied by humans as far back as 4th millennium BC, the archaeological sites we know today were mostly built around mid-4th century BC. Many of the artefacts discovered on the complex are shown at the nearby Acropolis Museum.
Nestled in the shadow of the Acropolis is the charming historic neighbourhood of Plaka. The pedestrianised area is often compared to a Greek island village due to its relaxed atmosphere. You can wander its narrow cobbled streets and relax in one of its many cafes.
Travelling by private vehicle we head towards Delphi to explore this UNESCO heritage site perched on the hillside of Mount Parnassos.
The ancient ruins of Delphi were one of the most important sites in Greek history, second only to the Acropolis of Athens. The focal point of this archaeological site is the Temple of Apollo, a worship site dedicated Apollo, the Greek god of the Arts, Healing, Prophecy and Light. The Pythia, or more commonly known as the Oracle of Delphi, was the priestess of this Temple and was known throughout Ancient Greece for her prophecies which were said to be inspired by the one and only Apollo himself.
In Ancient Greek times often the site was depicted as the 'centre of the world' and many pilgrims from across the globe travelled here to speak with the Pythia and seek advice from Apollo.
Delphi also played host to a multitude of games, the most important being the Pythian Games which were held every 4 years in celebration of Apollo's slaying of the Python Dragon. The Pythian Games originated around Apollo's mostly artistic talents but eventually developed into athletic competitions such as chariot races.
One of the most famous ancient statues in Greece, the Charioteer of Delphi, was actually designed for the Pythian Games to commemorate the victory of a chariot team. This bronze statue was made around late 4th century BC and is one of the very few remaining as most were melted down for their raw materials. The almost fully preserved statue can be seen at the Delphi Archaeological Museum which adjoins the historical site, amongst a large collection of other interesting artefacts which were discovered in the Delphi ruins.
After having ample time in Delphi to explore we will return to our private vehicle and continue onto the small town of Olympia where we will spend the night.
Before returning to Athens we will first discover another ancient archaeological site which has had a great impact on life today, the site of the first ever Olympic Games.
Athletes throughout ancient Greece would come to compete in running, discus & javelin throwing, jumping, boxing, wrestling and equestrian events; very similar to athletic competitions we see today.
The first Olympic Games were held here around 8th century BC and were organised by the authorities of Elis in honour of the Greek God Zeus. They continued every 4 years until around 4th century AD when Roman emperor Theodosius II decreed that all Greek temples should be destroyed and pagan practices eliminated.
Whilst here you can explore the ancient stadium, the wrestling training grounds, the athletes' living quarters, and the Temple of Zeus (the largest temple in the Peloponnese). Alongside these ancient ruins there is also a museum which offers invaluable insight on Ancient Olympia.
After a morning of exploring the ruins we will board back onto our private vehicle and return to the capital city of Greece for the final night of the tour. En-route back to Athens we will take a short break to visit the Corinth Canal which separates mainland Greece from the peninsula of Peloponnese.
Your adventure of a lifetime comes to an end today. If you have a late flight or have lengthened your stay by adding post tour accommodation you will have more time to explore the sights.
Your adventure of a lifetime comes to an end today. If you have a late flight or have lengthened your stay by adding post tour accommodation you will have more time to explore the sights.
what’s included
  • Accommodation:
    • 38 night(s) in hotels
    • 1 night(s) in a guesthouse
    • 1 night(s) on overnight sleeper trains
  • Meals:
    • 38 Breakfast(s)
  • Excursions:
    • Entry & Guided tour of the KGB Museum
    • Guided Tour of Auschwitz Concentration Camp
    • Tour of Maramures Region
    • Luj Napoca Visit
    • Entry to Viscri fortified Church
    • Entry to Dracula's Castle and Peles Castle
    • Entry to Prejmer Fortified Church
    • Entry to Plovdiv Roman Amphitheatre
    • Guided tour of Gallipoli
    • Guided tour of Troy
    • Metéora monastery visit
    • Archaeological site of Delphi
    • Olympia World Heritage Site
  • Transport:
    • Taxi
    • Foot
    • Overnight Train
    • Private Vehicle
    • Public Bus
    • Train
what’s excluded
  • Spending money – budget for meals, snacks, drinks, limited souvenirs, laundry, tips and any extras
  • International flights to/from the start/end of your tour and departure taxes
  • Tips on included excursions, visas, travel insurance, personal items and single rooms.
  • Optional excursions - On each trip, you may find there are some excursions that are not included. This might be because they are not to everyone's taste or there may be various options of differing value to choose from. More information on the excursions we recommend is listed under each day of your itinerary though prices may vary. If you are after something in particular, don't hesitate to ask your tour leader.
  • Airport transfers and pre and post tour accommodation
Tour details
Booking Type Instant Booking  
Duration 42 days
Tour Type Group Tour
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Guide Language English
Starts/Ends Tallinn, Estonia/ Athens, Greece
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A deposit of 1000 USD is required to confirm this tour. The remaining balance will be charged 60 days before departure. For any departures within 23 August 2018 full payment is required.

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  • 3 When you feel that your trip is exactly per your wish, you'll be able to book the entire trip here on Bookmundi.
New customer enquiry by {{getFirstName(activeuser)}}:
  • No of people: {{myRequest.no_of_adults > 0 && myRequest.no_of_children > 0?' and ':''}} {{myCurrentRequest.group_type=='Single'?'1 Person':myCurrentRequest.group_type=='Couple'?'2 People':''}}
  • Travel period: {{myRequest.start_date | readableDate}} to {{myRequest.end_date | readableDate}} {{myRequest.departure_month}} Yet to be decided
  • Trip duration: Yet to be decided
  • Trip duration: {{myRequest.duration}}
  • Trip duration:
  • Tour type: {{myRequest.tourtype | tourtypefullName}}
Can you handle {{getFirstName(activeuser)}}'s enquiry? Rejection Reason
{{myRequest.reject_reason?myRequest.reject_reason:'Sorry, Your trip request has been rejected.'}}
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Hi ,
Thanks for your trip input. We will do our utmost to make sure that you get a trip of a lifetime.
We've noted down your trip requirements below. You can easily them.
  • {{myRequest.title}}
  • Country: {{}}
  • Group Size: {{myRequest.no_of_adults > 0 && myRequest.no_of_children > 0?',':''}} {{myRequest.group_type=='Single'?'1 Person':myRequest.group_type=='Couple'?'2 People':''}}
  • {{myRequest.departure_month || myRequest.duration?'Approx. Dates':'Travel Dates'}}: {{myRequest.start_date | readableDate}} to {{myRequest.end_date | readableDate}} {{myRequest.departure_month}}, {{myRequest.duration}} Not decided yet
  • Tour Type: {{myRequest.tourtype | tourtypefullName}}
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Here’s a quick overview of how our Travel Expert Service Works:
  • 1 We connect you with a hand-picked and qualified travel expert who can match your trip requirements. The advantage of working directly through a travel expert is that you get the best and unfiltered advice from the very beginning.
  • 2 The travel expert will help you with creating and customising a trip for you. If you have any questions or concerns relating to the trip, the travel expert will also be able to help you with those.
  • 3 When you feel that your trip is exactly per your wish, you'll be able to book the entire trip here on Bookmundi.
New customer enquiry by {{getFirstName(activeuser)}}:
  • No of people: {{myRequest.no_of_adults > 0 && myRequest.no_of_children > 0?' and ':''}} {{myCurrentRequest.group_type=='Single'?'1 Person':myCurrentRequest.group_type=='Couple'?'2 People':''}}
  • Travel period: {{myRequest.start_date | readableDate}} to {{myRequest.end_date | readableDate}} {{myRequest.departure_month}} Yet to be decided
  • Trip duration: Yet to be decided
  • Trip duration: {{myRequest.duration}}
  • Trip duration:
  • Tour type: {{myRequest.tourtype | tourtypefullName}}
Can you handle {{getFirstName(activeuser)}}'s enquiry? Rejection Reason
{{myRequest.reject_reason?myRequest.reject_reason:'Sorry, Your trip request has been rejected.'}}
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