Meals - Camping Tours
Last Updated: 7th Jun 2012
One of the most amazing things about Europe is it’s diversity and one of the place this is most apparent form country to country is in their food. From full English breakfasts to the pasta of Italy, coffee and croissants in France and schnitzel with noodles in Austria…we’ve got it covered.
Included in the cost of your tour is a number of included meals. Breakfast is always included on all European Contiki Tours while lunch very rarely included and is almost always up to you. On any given tour toughly half your evening meals are also included. Like every other aspect of our tours, you don’t have to attend or eat the included meals but they are planed as inclusions to fit in with your itinerary and help you get the most out of your tour.
What Meals are Included?
Included meals vary depending on the style of tour you choose and included meals are indicated on each individual itinerary with a (B) for included breakfast, (L) for included lunch and (D) for included dinner.
Included meals on Camping Tours
As well as traveling with the regular Tour Manager and Driver you also have onboard a Contiki Super-Cook whose role it is to organize, plan and help the group prepare meals. The Food Fund covers all the included meals.
- Breakfast is always included and is usually a hot meal as well as cereals, juices, tea and coffee
- Lunch, like all Contiki Tours, is not included and allows you the freedom to eat what you want and enjoy the local flavors.
- Many Dinners are included and as you are buying food in the regions where you are traveling the food very much reflects the culture of the places you visit dinner give you the chance to get out, maybe take an optional meal excursion. The tour Super-Cook is also able to help organize and co-ordinate authentic local meals. When there is no included meal it usually means you have to opportunity to go out and grab a bite during an evening of site seeing, enjoy an optional excursion meal or take yourself out for a local meal.
Please note: If you have special dietary requirements (eg Vegetarian), let your Tour Manager know so they can notify restaurants. You should also talk to your Super cook so they can prepare appropriate food for you.
Included meals is one of the differences between tour styles offered by Contiki in Europe.
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