Iberia launches an innovate product for short getaways
Tuesday 16, March 2010
Spanish airline rolls out new travel concept to enjoy Saturdays at 49 domestic destinations starting at 32 euros per leg. Feast on shellfish in Vigo, visit the Oceanographic in Valencia or spend a day at a beach in Cadiz –it was never this easy.
Iberia has launched an innovative product, “Go on a Saturday”, offering short getaways to 49 domestic destinations at the incredible price of 32 euros each way, or 52 between the mainland and the Canary Islands.
And there's more. Iberia also helps you plan your getaway. The web site www.iberia.com published a complete guidebook to all destinations.
Just click on the "Vete de Sábado" banner on the lower left of the page, or directly using the reservations function.
No more excuses. Visit the Guggenheim in Bilbao, or see for yourself how transparent the waters are at any cove near Palma in Majorca. Or shop until you drop in Madrid or Barcelona, or try a paella in Valencia, shellfish in Vigo, or an authentic Andalusian gazpacho, and be home in time for dinner on Saturday night.
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