Inghams heads for the mountains

Ingham’s new Summer 2023 brochure – its first since 2021 – showcases lake and mountain walking holidays that put an emphasis on more sustainable options.

Inghams heads for the mountains

Ingham’s new Summer 2023 brochure – its first since 2021 – showcases lake and mountain walking holidays that put an emphasis on more sustainable options.

The programme features walks in Austria, France, Italy, Slovenia and Switzerland.

The operator has also unveiled a new dedicated reservations team and contact number for travel agents (01252 282 471).

Julie Franklin, Head of Agency Sales, said:“We are so excited to be delivering our first brochure since 2021. The front cover really shows what we are all about—destinations that are for those who love to get back to nature, walking and the local traditions that these countries offer.

“Our new trade reservations contact number will enable us to service our valuable travel agent partners even more efficiently across all our brands; Inghams Summer, Winter, Esprit and Santa’s Lapland.

“In the coming weeks we will be launching a whole new team, many of whom are widely known already, but who will be dedicated to our trade partners. Watch this space as we introduce the team who will ultimately be an extension of our agency sales team,” she added.

Seven nights at the four-star Sporthotel Austria in St. Johann in the Austrian Tyrol starts from £818pp, on a half-board basis. Flights are from Birmingham on May 27 2023.

Seven nights at the four-star Grand Hotel Garonne, Lake Garda, Italy, start from £1,377pp. Flights are from London-Gatwick on May 17 2023.

inghams.co.uk

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