About Travel Department
We’re one of Europe's leading escorted holiday companies with guides ready to welcome you to over 140 destinations around the world.
Established for over 20 years, we’ve got the experience to make your holidays great.
We train and work closely with our guides and use their local knowledge to improve and update our holidays regularly.
There’s a real love of travel here, meaning we pride ourselves on providing you with incredible getaways at affordable prices, to wherever you’d like to explore next.
Our planned itineraries with the freedom to explore on your own are perfect for people looking for new destinations, authentic sights - simply something a little different. From cultural to the exotic, weekend breaks to luxury cruises.
We take care of everything and consider each intimate detail; after all, it can be the little things that really make your holiday.
Here at Travel Department we’re holiday specialists, we’re very experienced, we’re extremely passionate about what we do and we’re here for you!
As a company we recruit great guides and holiday planners that are specially trained to our exceptionally high standards. Our team is meticulous and works hard to perfect every detail. We’re constantly checking the quality of everything we offer from hotels, airports and cruise ports to excursion destinations.
We also recognise that service is everything so we encourage customer feedback, it’s the way we continually develop and improve what we offer you.
People repeatedly travel with us because they know they’ll see and experience the best of the world and have plenty of fun along the way.
All Travel Department holidays are ATOL protected (license 9373). ATOL is a financial protection scheme for UK tour operators operated by the CAA, designed to protect you. For more information visit https://www.caa.co.uk/atol-protection/
Travel Department is a member of AITO, the Specialist Travel Association. AITO checks that all its members are professionals, so you don’t have to, and all AITO members sign up to a Quality Charter ensuring the highest standards.
We know some of you may have questions about what might happen after 29 March 2019 when the UK is due to leave the European Union. ABTA has published some useful advice reassuring UK citizens that flights will still operate, even in the case of a no-deal scenario. The full ABTA advice can be found here: https://www.abta.com/tips-and-advice/brexit-advice-for-travellers.