Embark on a European spy mission

SO your name's not Bond, James Bond.

Nor is it Sydney Bristow, Jack Bauer or Jason Bourne.

You don't have friends whose names consist of single consonants, your watch isn't equipped with a hidden microphone and some state-of-the-art gadget doesn't pop out of your cufflink any time a bad guy comes in close proximity.

If you've always been intrigued by the glamorous and thrilling world of espionage and enjoy a martini shaken not stirred, but the closest spy work you've done is deciphering that tricky cryptic crossword clue in the local newspaper's game section, don't despair.

Adventure World, Australia's trusted travel partner and destination expert, is giving budding spies the opportunity to embark on a cloak-and-dagger adventure with its newly released European Spy Mission tour.

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, involves an action-packed adventure through Germany, Italy, Switzerland and the Czech Republic to follow in the footsteps of literature's greatest spies.

Highlights include training with SWAT teams and driving a tank in Prague, exploring underground Berlin and, in true James Bond style, hopping on a hydrofoil on Lake Como.

The 13-night tour costs $2999 per person, twin-share.

The package includes accommodation, all transport, tours, spy activities, Swiss lunch, white water rafting.

Call 1300 320 795 or visit www.adventureworld.com.au for more Adventure World specials.


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