Travelbag is a travel operator specialising in everything from tailor-made city breaks, to bespoke holidays around the world. With the emphasis on tailor-made, they also arrange cruises, escorted tours and trips, sunshine breaks, and long-haul flights to those exotic far-flung destinations.
Forty years ago, the power behind the company noticed a gap in the lucrative travel operator market, and set about exploiting it. Over the years, larger, more well-known travel agents began to disappear from the high street. Some merged with other tour operators, others concentrated their businesses online. Others went broke. Travelbag however, continued providing their customers with the special holiday experience they really wanted.
Today, Travelbag continues to pride itself on its unrivalled customer service when it comes to providing bespoke holidays for the more discerning traveller. The company now accounts for over £100-million annual turnover, and has a total of seven Travelbag shops nationwide. The Chester shop will be the eighth, with talk of others opening over the next few months. The company also has head offices in Chester and London, call centres in Chester and Solihull, and a busy online portal for those living far from one of their outlets.
Do you have a growing bucket list of places you would like to visit, things you would like to do, and shrines and monuments you would like to see? When you visit Travelbag’s new outlet in Bridge Street, Chester, their much travelled, highly experienced consultants, will be on hand to help you plan the perfect trip, to start ticking off your growing travel wish-list.
To ensure your complete peace of mind, Travelbag is fully ABTA, IATA and ATOL protected, to ensure your investment is completely covered in the event one of their suppliers, carriers, or Travelbag itself goes out of business.
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