FAQs

What is a predicted price for airline travel?

It is an estimate of how much customers might be expected to pay for a flight, based on past experience of airline price movements.

What happens if, when the tour is confirmed, the actual price is higher that the predicted price?

If the actual price exceeds the predicted price then customers will have the right to cancel their reservation and receive a refund of their deposit.

Why do you ask the question about first floor accommodation?
Because I book small family run hotels in city centres, some of these hotels do not have lifts.

Is insurance covered in the price?
No. It is a requirement of booking that clients arrange their own health, cancellation and personal possessions insurance .Because you are required to book your flights yourselves you should check that your insurance covers both insolvency by the airline and delay (this is standard in most travel policies).

Are entrance fees to museums and sites included in the price?
Only when specified in the tour details.

Are rooms ensuite?
All rooms in hotels are provided with toilet and bath or shower.

What if I have to cancel before departure?
Deposits are non refundable (except when actual flight prices exceed predicted prices – see Historica Terms and conditions) If you cancel after the balance has been paid I will endeavour to recover as much as possible of your costs, though this will be dependent on how much notice you give and the hotels’ cancellation policies. To be absolutely secure you need to take out a cancellation policy.

I am travelling on my own and would be prepared to share accommodation. Can you arrange this?
If you express this preference I will pass your contact details to anyone who has made the same request.