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Get Complimentary Tickets to the 2020 Destinations: The Holiday & Travel Show in London

Get Complimentary Tickets to the 2020 Destinations: The Holiday & Travel Show in London

Get Complimentary Tickets to the 2020 Destinations: The Holiday & Travel Show in London

December 03, 2019

Cruise Critic
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Enjoy two complimentary tickets to Destinations: The Holiday & Travel Show at Olympia London, which takes place from January 30 to February 2, 2020.
Find out how Cruise Critic readers can secure free tickets below.
About the show
Discover your next adventure at Destinations: The Holiday & Travel Show, the UK’s biggest event for travel inspiration.
Join Adam Coulter, UK Managing Editor, Cruise Critic, on January 31 at 2.45 p.m. in Meet the Experts Theatre 1, for Top Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Cruise, followed by a panel debate with leading cruise lines, who will be answering cruise questions from the audience.
With over 600 travel brands, including more than over 70 tourist boards, travel inspiration will be limitless. You’ll meet travel experts who can tailor-make your next adventure from favourite destinations to the road less travelled. And you’ll also enjoy a host of exclusive offers and upgrades!
A fantastic speaker line-up will inspire with their fascinating travel tales, including John Torode on his Kimberley adventure; mountaineer and photographer, Sir Chris Bonington; award-winning comedian and writer Dom Joly, on his latest book "The Hezbollah Hiking Club"; Michael Portillo, journalist, broadcaster, former member of parliament and cabinet minister, on the Hidden History of Britain; cookery legend Ainsley Harriott uncovering the best-kept secrets of Caribbean home cooking and best-selling “Wild Swans” author, Jung Chang on her new novel "Big Sister, Little Sister, Red Sister".
Dedicated features will bring far-flung destinations to life with food and drink tastings alongside colourful cultural performances. Plus, the Travel Photography Masterclasses will enable novice, as well as experienced, photographers to learn how best to capture breathtaking views and memorable travel moments. New for London 2020, the Travel Smarter Stage will be dedicated to travel hacks, tips and inspiration.
Claim your free tickets
To claim two free tickets to the London event, visit The Destinations Show and quote "CRUISE"
*Booking fee of £1.50 per complimentary ticket applies. Maximum 2 tickets per purchase. Standard advance ticket price for London £11 (on the door price £15) and for Manchester advance price £8.50 (on the door price £11). Ticket offer only available in advance. Advance box office closes 15 January 2020 for Manchester and 29 January 2020 for London.
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