Media, PA (PRWEB) April 3, 2007
Hal Taussig, the man who began selling Untours (unique vacation rental packages to Europe) over 30 years ago, was featured Monday on the front page of the Philadelphia Inquirer. To find out more about his philosophy and what makes him so astoundingly different from most of the successful business leaders in the world today read his compelling story at: http://www.philly.com/philly/news/homepage/20070326_Unsung_fortune__A_rich_mans_secret.html
Also, to see Hal, one of the pioneers of the vacation rental business, in action, watch him discussing his unique philosophy that has recently been featured on the PBS series, Boomers! Redefining Life After 50! here: http://www.untoursfoundation.org/boomersidf.html
For more than 32 years, Untours has specialized in travel to Europe through their Untours, affordable vacation packages that enable travelers to live in a European country instead of just passing through. Destinations include Austria, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Holland, Hungary, Italy, Spain, and Switzerland. All Untours feature experienced overseas staff who provide insider knowledge of their region that paves the way for off-the-beaten track travel.
Untours include the following:
*Optional round-trip airfare from New York (Departures from other cities are possible at an additional cost; ground-only prices are also available)
*14 nights in a fully furnished vacation rental (cottage, flat, or farmhouse)
*Transfer from the airport to Untours accommodation
*Ground transportation (car rental, train pass, or city transit tickets)
*On-site English-speaking support
Untours' Internet-only product, The RIGHT Vacation Rental, offers handpicked vacation rentals in a wide variety of European destinations including Italy (Amalfi Coast, Le Marche & Sardinia), the Greek Isles (Corfu, Crete & Santorini), France (Brittany, Corsica, Normandy & Dordogne), Croatia, and Spain (Barcelona & Madrid).
Named as one of the world's top ten travel bargains by Arthur Frommer, Untours donates nearly all of its profits to charitable causes across the globe through its own foundation, the Untours Foundation. Over the course of its 14-year existence, the foundation has distributed $4 million to various projects around the world in the form of low interest loans.