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package tour

noun [C]
 
 
COMMERCE a holiday organized by a travel company in which you visit several different places and for which you pay a fixed price that includes the cost of the hotel and travel, and sometimes food: This is a destination where it may well be advantageous to take a package tour as there are good offers with hotel/flight arrangements.
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