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Austrian Airlines Vacation Center launches Here for the Beer Tour

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Tuesday, 1 July 2008

Austrian Airlines Vacation Center has launched a Here For The Beer tour program. A beer journey through the Czech Republic, this tour is a special week-long program created for small groups based on a minimum of 20 people who want to discover where some of the best beer in the world was first brewed and where it is still being made according to centuries-old traditions and recipes.

What a great opportunity to reward your sales staff, celebrate with your customers or mark a graduation or the end of your bachelor years. Gather at least twenty of your friends together and then let us take care of all the details for your excellent beer adventure in the Czech Republic, said Bram Majtlis, President of Austrian Airlines Vacation Center.

The standard Here For The Beer itinerary includes roundtrip air, economy class on Austrian Airlines from either New York, Washington, D.C. or Chicago, six nights hotel accommodation in Prague, a welcome and a farewell dinner, guided visits to the Prague Castle, the U Fleku Brewery, the Staropramen Brewery, the Pilsner Brewery and the Budweis Brewery via private motor coach, and more. The company can also tailor-make a program specific to a groups' interests, needs and dates.

2009 rates per person start at approximately $1,999 per person, double occupancy, based on a minimum of 20 passengers in the group - plus fuel surcharges, airport taxes and fees. Rates are subject to change based on the applicable currency exchange rate, exact travel dates and final air and hotel pricing at time of booking.

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