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Ostend Special All-Inclusive

7 days away 23rd April 2017 From £359.00
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23 Apr 2017 Ostend Special All-Inclusive
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The Royal Astor Hotel, Ostend

Ostend Special All-Inclusive

Join us for a fantastic seven day adventure to enjoy the delights of Ostend. Its’ many attractions include the fashionable Albert I Promenade, the wide beach and seafront and the large selection of shops, cafes and bars. To enhance your holiday, we’ve included visits to wonderful Bruges, Antwerp and Brussels.

● Coach travel throughout
● Reserved seating on your holiday coach
● Six nights dinner, bed and continental breakfast at the Royal Astor Hotel
● Evening entertainment
● Five nights free bar (house brands beer, wine and soft drinks as advertised on arrival) between 8.30pm and midnight
● An inclusive visit to Bruges
● An excursion to Antwerp
● Inclusive visit to Brussels

Superb Inclusive Package

Our superb All-Inclusive package features dinner, bed and breakfast each day along with five nights free bar between 8.30pm and midnight featuring house brands beer, wine and soft drinks as advertised on arrival.

Join us for a full day excursion to the historic city of Bruges, boasting fascinating, intimate, winding streets woven around pretty canals, lined with ancient buildings.

Enjoy an excursion to Antwerp, a splendid city with numerous architectural highlights dating back from the 16th and 17th Century. Antwerp is the diamond centre of the world and has also earned a place among the famous cities thanks to the effort of numerous young Flemish designers.

A full day excursion to cosmopolitan Brussels, enjoy astroll through the appealing cobbled streets, indulge in a Belgian Waffle or delight in the splendid architecture around the Grand Place

The Royal Astor Hotel, Ostend

This comfortable hotel is situated in the heart of Ostend, only a short stroll from the lovely beaches and splendid attractions.

Hotel features: All bedrooms with en-suite facilities and colour TV • Restaurant • Bar • Indoor heated swimming pool.


Welcome to delightful Ostend, located in the Flemish province of West Flanders, a wonderfully cosmopolitan city, it attracts coach tours from far and wide. With five and a half miles of glorious, wide, sandy beaches, Ostend is a popular seaside resort, with an attractive esplanade, pier and promenade, with vibrant shops, bars and restaurants to enjoy.

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Often referred to as the ‘Venice of the North’, Bruges is a medieval city that has been suspended in time and is now one of the most visited destinations in Northern Europe.

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Also known as the capital of Europe, Brussels is a prestigious city offering a wide range of attractions to be enjoyed on our coach breaks, all historical, political & modern from the heritage of its vast range of museums and political venues to spectacular events and festive celebrations.
An unmistakable symbol of Brussels and Belgium is the brilliant craftsmanship of the Atomium – a model of an elementary iron crystal atom enlarged 165 billion times, whereby you can walk through the tunnels and spheres of the atom, devoted to science, design and society.

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European Holiday Insurance

At National Holidays, we always do everything we can to ensure your holiday runs as smoothly as possible from start to finish. For this reason, we strongly recommend you take out holiday insurance to ensure you’re prepared for the unexpected.

For all holidays to mainland Europe we require all holidaymakers to take out some form of Holiday Insurance.

To provide you with a travel insurance policy designed with our customers in mind, we’ve teamed up with specialist insurance providers Towergate Chapman Stevens. Some of the benefits of our insurance policy include:

• All ages are considered

• 24-hour English speaking emergency assistance


Passport Required:
If you are British citizen then you must bring your passport with you. If you are not a British citizen you should check via your own embassy whether you require a visa.


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