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Grand European Tours Presents Travel Trends for Boomers and Beyond

  • Publish Date : 2010/09/30
  • Author : Grand European Tours

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Grand European Tours offers tours designed for the mature active traveler that offer hands-on cultural experiences.

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Just because you qualify for senior discounts, doesn't mean you're ready to take up life in an easy chair.

You have the time to finally see all those places you have dreamed of, so there is no better time than now to see the world! Grand European Tours offers tours designed for the mature, active traveler that offer hands-on cultural experiences in a variety of touring styles. To browse the many tours available, visit www.getours.com.

Grand European Tours has been taking Americans to Europe for over 30 years and has developed quite the knack for tailoring their tours to fit the needs and desires of the newly retired generation. According to Grand European Tours, the most popular trends among Boomers include tours that offer enhanced cultural exploration of a specific country, tours that help travelers to learn more about the country their ancestors were from, and tours that incorporate many generations of a family and help to bring them closer together.

Several of their tours offer hands-on, in-depth experiences which make a trip unique and unforgettable. Experiences include lectures with local historians on topics such as the D-Day landings, learning how to make papyrus paper in Egypt, and also enjoying a home-hosted meal with a local family in the region you are visiting.

Family histories have become a national obsession over the last few years, with more and more people finding and preserving their genealogy using new resources on the Internet. Many travelers are also making a trip out of discovering their roots, exploring the cities of their family's history and digging up records of their ancestors.

Another travel trend that looks toward preserving the future, with a unique way to strengthen family ties, even with the youngest generation, is to take a family trip. More and more grandparents are planning trips with their grandchildren as a way to contribute to their grandchild's education and broaden their horizons. Multi-generational trips are also fast becoming popular among families.

Whatever your tastes, Grand European Tours, an AARP Preferred Travel Provider, is sure to offer a tour that will fit your needs. Taking a tour also offers an opportunity to travel with others who have similar interests and gives you a chance to meet new friends. Plus, you don't have to worry about the hassles of reservations and transfers, as almost everything is handled for you.

To learn more about Grand European Tours river cruises or to request your free 2011 Annual Tour Book call 1-800-552-5545 or visit www.getours.com.

Grand European Tours - For over 30 years, Grand European Tours has provided travelers with an easy and enriching way to experience the world. With over 40 itineraries to Europe and beyond, every trip includes a team of travel experts to guide your journey and help you discover the gems of each destination. Grand European Tours even offers an unconditional price guarantee that keeps tour prices low, even if exchange rates and fuel costs change. Also, as an AARP Preferred Travel Provider, member benefits include an additional $200 per couple discount plus a free travel gift. For more information, visit www.getours.com or call 1-800-522-5545.

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