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Spain Becomes a Popular Destination Thanks to New Incredible Deals Offered for Members of Crystal Travel in Thousand Oaks
Date:2/28/2013

Thousand Oaks, CA (PRWEB) February 28, 2013

Crystal Travel is excited to be promoting special deals for travel to Spain for the members of their private travel club. According to Crystal travel agents, "Spain is one of the most popular destinations. It's nice to be able to give members amazing prices on deals and turn that dream vacation into a reality."

Crystal Travel is always on the verge of finding new vendors that can offer members the best accommodations for the least amount of money. The only catch is that one must be a member of the travel club to get the deals as they do not do business with the public.

Because everyone travels a little different, the details can vary too greatly, in that some may want a hotel, some may want a timeshare resort. The best deals are for those who travel within 60 days and take advantage of the Hot Weeks. Though even with hotels, members can receive a price of up to 40% less than they've seen on a website. Members can receive up to 30% off on their car rentals.

Clients must first attend a presentation at the local sales office and determine the right travel package for their family. The rest is easy... call a travel agent at the their home office and they do all the work.

Spain's penchant for flamboyant flamenco music and pulse-pounding bullfights has helped establish this Iberian nation as one of the more popular destinations in Europe. Of course, Spain's pristine beaches and raucous holidays also draw plenty of tourism. The climate varies by region, making the appeal of travel to certain parts of the country highly dependent on seasonal conditions. There's no perfect time to visit, but a little planning can go a long way in enhancing the overall experience of a trip to Spain.

August is the peak tourist month in Spain, according to Frommer's. Travelers generally have a hard time finding discounts and budget dea
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