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November 28 2018
By Jessica Barton

Jessica writes for routeone, Group Tourism & Travel, and is the Editor of Coach Drivers Club News

The CDC Tourism Yearbook: Get next
year’s edition for less

With an early bird rate on offer, now’s the ideal time to get your copy of the Yearbook

The Coach Driver’s Club (CDC) is offering coach tour operators a special discounted rate on its 2019 CDC Tourism Yearbook – the definitive guide for coach drivers and group tour organisers alike – for a limited time only.

The definitive guide for coach drivers and group tour organisers alike

Operators that order by 31 December can purchase their copies for £27.99 (including postage) – after this date the price will go up to £32.99 (including postage).

With all the need-to-know information for planning and carrying out a coach tour, the Yearbook has a reputation for being “the coach drivers’ bible” – and next year’s edition is no exception.

New for 2019, the 500-plus pages will contain a European section covering some the most coach-friendly cities on the continent, details for taking groups to UK sporting venues and group-friendly events being held next year.

Tracey Harrison, CDC Manager, says: “It’s important for drivers and tour organisers to know that where they’re taking groups is coach- and group-friendly – and that’s one of the best things about the Yearbook.

“It’s a one-stop-shop for the most up-to-date coach parking information and group-friendly attractions and destinations details.”

The UK and Ireland section of the Yearbook is split into regions and provides coach parking details for towns and cities, listings of destinations, visitor attractions, meal stop locations, coach drop-off and pick-up points, and other points of interest.

The new European section includes the coach parking information of Continental Europe’s most popular cities with coach groups, as well as each city’s must-visit attractions – making for indispensable reading when it comes to finding inspiration for itineraries.

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