Touromo, a new UK coach holiday company, will offer groups more choice in 2023 with short breaks and special interest day trips across the UK and Europe.
Backed by National Express, Touromo brings together seven local coach travel brands and their decades of experience and expertise to provide, what they’re saying, is a best-in-class coach holiday experience under a single name.
For groups, Touromo offers a dedicated member of staff to discuss needs and requirements to build a bespoke package, a dedicated holiday and day trip team and flexibility to make unlimited changes to the programme arranged.
John Boughton, managing director of Touromo, said: “We have ambitious plans to become a major player in the UK coach holiday sector and the creation of Touromo means we can operate on a national scale.
“There is a strong demand for holidays and day trips and we know that customers are looking for more choice in the way they can travel but don’t want to compromise on quality or comfort.
“Touromo will allow us to enhance the breadth of our offering while still giving travellers the assurance of the great holiday experience you get from a trusted and experienced leisure travel provider.”
With hundreds of short breaks and day trips departing from across the Midlands and south of England, each Touromo holiday is said to be carefully designed by a team of travel experts with convenience and complete relaxation in mind.
Featured holidays currently include a Historic Houses & Gardens of Derby trip, Falmouth, St Ives and Isles of Scilly break, and a Grand Tour of Italy across 17 days.
The Historic Houses & Gardens of Derby itinerary includes visits to World of Wedgwood, Chatsworth House, Calke Abbey and 4 nights dinner, bed and breakfast.
Groups choosing the Grand Tour of Italy trip can expect two nights at the four-star Hotel San Giovanni, Roma, entrance fee to the Coliseum, Palatine Hill and Roman Forum, plus a boat ride to the Borromean Islands.
Coach amenities include reclining leather seats and legroom, air-conditioning and all the mod cons including free WiFi and USB charging.