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JAHN REISEN


The Brand for the Extraordinary vitality, wellness and more

JAHN REISEN is the package tour operator for demanding individualists. The programme comprises selected 4 to 5 star hotels, including the operator's own product line "Besondere Adressen" (Special Addresses). Vitality and wellness tours are as much part of the areas of main emphasis as the large selection of exclusive round trip and crusing tours. Many hotels of JAHN REISEN are situated away from the classic tourist destinations. On focus are package tours around the Mediterranean Sea, particularly to Spain and in summer to Greece.

At many destinations, JAHN REISEN offers its guests the possibility to book the hotel accomodation without the flight trip. Under the motto "JAHN REISEN individuell" (JAHN REISEN individually), there is also a separate tour catalogue titled "Hotels und Ferienwohnungen" (Hotels and holiday flats)" on offer. In the area of long haul tours, the Dominican Republic, the Maledives, Thailand and Bali are the most wanted destinations. The average client of JAHN REISEN prefers sports like riding, tennis or playing golf and books his or her seaside holidays often in combination with education and cultural programmes.

In 2001, JAHN REISEN started to offer its tours very successfully also in Austria and still reports increases in sales.