CIE Tours opens London office to support growing British business

CIE Tours opens London office to support growing British business

CIE Tours opens London office to support growing British business

CIE Tours opens London office to support growing British business

Top tour company CIE Tours International has opened a London office. The expanded corporate footprint comes at a pivotal point for the 86-year-old company, long known for its guided tours in Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales, and reinforces CIE Tours’ commitment to providing transformative travel experiences throughout Britain. The new outpost complements CIE Tours’ thriving Dublin-based office in Ireland as well as its headquarters operation out of Morristown, New Jersey.

Located near Blackfriars Underground Station in the heart of the city, the London office is an ideal new European base for CIE Tours, and executives are on hand to support travelers with the company’s British tours. The London team is tasked with forging important partnerships with regional entities and is in the throes of developing new European vacation packages that will further elevate the CIE Tours travel experience. The office opening comes on the heels of other big news for CIE Tours, namely its expansion into new markets, starting with Iceland and Italy.

Commenting on the strategic investment, CEO Elizabeth Crabill remarked, “Demand for authentic, meaningful travel experiences throughout the U.K. continues to grow, and London – as the beating heart of Britain – was a natural choice for our newest office. The team in place brings incredible expertise to the business and will be focused on supporting our British guides and guests, as well as sourcing new products and opportunities.

For more information or to book a tour, visit CIE Tours, call 800-243-8687, or connect with a travel professional.

Source = CIE Tours
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