Reader offer: TWO FREE tickets to the 2016 London Cruise Show worth £20

Reader offer: TWO FREE tickets to the 2016 London Cruise Show worth £20
15 Jan
2016
Geographical has teamed up with the London CRUISE Show to bring you a great FREE reader offer worth £20

CSLogo DMG London 2016The 8th annual London CRUISE Show, taking place at London’s iconic Olympia, is Europe’s biggest event dedicated to discovering a world of voyages. The event is perfect for both those new to cruising and needing help to plan their first voyage, and experienced cruisers looking for ideas for their next holiday at sea.

Packed full of inspiration and information, this cruise showcase includes everything from small ship adventures and all inclusive ultra-luxury to cultural river cruises and modern resort style ships perfect for the whole family. This is your only chance to meet with the biggest collection of cruise lines and specialist operators all under one roof – and have a great day out!

The February show at Olympia will contain exciting new features and attractions, plus visitors can save thousands of pounds with exclusive show-only offers and upgrades, get up-to-date insider tips and advice from the leading cruise experts, attend informative FREE talks, discover different ship styles and incredible destinations, and find out what’s new!

Cruising is the fastest growing travel sector and with over 22,000 people expected to attend the event, this really is an unmissable show offering inspiration and expert advice to anyone considering a holiday at sea.

The London CRUISE Show takes place at Olympia on 20–21 February 2016.

 

READER OFFER

Geographical Magazine readers get TWO FREE* tickets to the London CRUISE Show 2016 at Olympia when booked in advance (worth £20!).

Call 0871 620 4024 and quote “GEOGRAPHICAL” or go online at www.cruisingshow.com and use the word ‘GEOGRAPHICAL’ in the special code box.

(*£2.50 booking fee applies. Calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras.)

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