Tour operator also opens bookings for next year’s Icehotel.
SWEDEN – Simply Sweden has launched a dedicated page for travel agents on its website to help sell trips to Scandinavia. Eye-catching and inspiring window posters (above) for adventurous holidays to Svalbard and Swedish Lapland, as well as luxury cruises on the Gota Kanal, are now available to download at simplysweden.co.uk/agents.
The page also features a presentation packed with vital information about the Icehotel, which puts the facts at agents’ fingertips – from when to go, and what the rooms are like, to activities available for guests and even tips on what to pack.
As part of Simply Sweden’s commitment to raising awareness of industry news from Scandinavia, it is also alerting the UK trade to the recent release of flights for the Icehotel in winter 2015/16. Simply Sweden is now taking bookings for early to mid-December at Icehotel and New Year at the famous lodgings will open in mid-February.
The specialist tour operator to Sweden and Norway plans to post further useful materials on the travel agent page. The new web page follows the recent publication of Simply Sweden’s print and online brochure, showcasing the tour operator’s winter holidays for the current season.
Chris Graham, of Simply Sweden, says: “We appreciate the hard work agents put into selling our holidays to Scandinavia. So we wanted to help make this job easier. We’re on hand, too, to offer expert advice and personal experiences as part of our high level of customer service to both agents and their clients.”
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