Italian Showcase

This is a comprehensive, affordable tour of Italy, showcasing some of the world’s most beloved cities (including Rome, Florence, Venice, and Naples), historic sites, small towns, and scenic wonders. You’ll start and end in Rome focusing on Tuscany and the Naples area, but also visiting Venice, San Marino (one of the world’s smallest countries), and Assisi.

Planning your holiday is easy, and speak to your friendly Consultant.

Day 1: Arrive In Rome, Italy

Check into your hotel. The rest of the day is free for you to explore italy’s ancient capital with the help of the CosmosGO app. This evening, meet your Tour Director and fellow travellers.

Hotel: Grand Hotel Fleming or B&B Roma Tuscolana

Day 2: Rome – Siena – Tuscan Hills

This morning, journey to Siena, rightly considered the jewel of Tuscany. The Piazza del Campo is quite unique in shape and setting, and famous all over the world for the medieval-style Palio horse-racing event. Enjoy the beauty of the Tuscan countryside with its hillside towns and villages.

Hotel: Villa Saulina at Lastra a Signa, 2 nights

Day 3: Tuscan Countryside

Spend the day at leisure or take advantage of today’s optional excursion to San Gimignano and Monteriggioni, two of italy’s best-preserved medieval towns. Admire their towers and the countryside dotted with vineyards and olive trees.

Day 4: Tuscan Countryside – Florence – Bologna Area

Arrive in Florence, the “Cradle of the Renaissance.” Admire the city’s timeless beauty during the included walking tour with a Local Guide. Continue to the Bologna area.

Hotel: Living Place

Day 5: Bologna Area – Verona – Venice Area

Spend some time visiting Bologna, italy’s oldest university city this morning, then head for the Venice area. Stop in Verona to visit the romantic city of Shakespearian plays. You’ll have time for a stroll in the centre to see the Roman Arena.

Hotel: Poppu at Mira, 2 nights

Day 6: Venice

Venice is a city of unparalleled beauty and a feast of wonderful sights. View the delightful crisscrossing canals, gondolas, water buses, arched bridges, palaces, and piazzas. The included orientation, starts with a Boat Ride to St. Mark’s Square, followed by time at leisure and a visit to a typical Venetian Glassblowing Workshop. A variety of optional excursions is available.

Day 7: Venice Area – Ravenna – San Marino

Travel to Ravenna, a city that preserves the richest heritage of Byzantine mosaics dating from the 5th century AD. After a stop here, continue to the tiny hilltop Republic of San Marino, one of the smallest countries in the world.

Hotel: Titano

Day 8: San Marino – Urbino – Gubbio – Assisi Area

First to Urbino to see its magnificent Ducal Palace towering over the town, then on to the verdant Umbria region to visit medieval Gubbio, where the superb view of the rooftops of the town from the Consul’s Palace is a must. Continue on to Foligno.

Hotel: City Hotel & Suites at Foligno

Day 9: Assisi Area – Sorrento Area

Start the day in Assisi with a guided tour of the town, including the Basilica Of St. Francis with its famous paintings by Giotto dating back to the 1300s. Cross the Apennines to the shores of the Mediterranean for three overnights in the picturesque Sorrento area.

Hotel: Panorama Palace at Meta di Sorrento or Central Park at Massa Lubrense, 3 nights

Day 10: Sorrento Area – Excursion To Capri

Today, cross the crystal-blue waters to Capri. This legendary island, surrounded by rose-tinted rocks, has incredibly beautiful coves of translucent blues and greens. The town, with its pretty piazzetta, maze of streets, fashionable boutiques, and cozy restaurants, is a mecca for the jet set. An optional tour takes you around the island with its steep roads and panoramic views. Return to the Sorrento Area for an overnight.

Day 11: Sorrento Area

Spend the day relaxing in the sun, explore on your own, or join an optional excursion to discover the unique beauty of Positano.

Day 12: Sorrento Area – Pompeii – Naples – Rome

Leave the Sorrentine Peninsula to discover one of the most intriguing archaeological sites in the world: Pompeii. This village was caught by surprise by the Vesuvius volcanic eruption in 79 AD, and excavations have uncovered a snapshot of ordinary Roman life. Back to the present, you’ll enjoy an orientation drive of culture-rich Naples before arriving in Rome.

Hotel: B&B Roma Tuscolana, 2 nights

Day 13: Rome

Steeped in history, Rome is vibrantly alive and exciting, and absolutely unique. included sightseeing with a Local Guide starts with St. Peter’s Square and Basilica. Other highlights are the iconic Colosseum, the largest amphitheatre ever built and Circus Maximus. Consider an optional visit to the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel, world famous for Michelangelo’s impressive fresco of The Last Judgment.

Day 15: Depart Rome

Your holiday ends with breakfast this morning.

2020 Dates & PricesTwin ShareSolo Traveller
April: 19$3,319.00$4,154.00
April: 26$3,369.00$4,204.00
May: 03, 10, 17, 24, 31$3,369.00$4,204.00
June: 07, 14, 21$3,369.00$4,204.00
July: 05, 19$3,319.00$4,154.00
August: 02, 16$3,269.00$4,104.00
August: 30$3,319.00$4,154.00
September: 06, 13, 20, 27$3,369.00$4,204.00
October: 04, 11$3,369.00$4,204.00
October: 18$3,169.00$4,004.00

Inclusions 
Meals: 14 breakfasts, 6 dinners
Transport: Luxury air-conditioned coach, canal transfer in Venice & boat transfer to Capri
Accommodation: 14 nights accommodation
Guide: Professional Tour Director
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

* Tour departure dates are subject to availability at time of booking.
* Prices and itinerary are correct at time of publication and are subject to change without notice.

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Sicily in Depth

On this 8 Day Sicily in Depth Tour enjoy warm Mediterranean hospitality, as you journey from picture-perfect fishing villages to ancient Greek temples. Witness the rich legacies of the ancient Greeks, Carthaginians, Romans and Ottoman Turks and even uncover a few secrets about the local Mafia. Taste Sicilian wine, feast on delicious seasonal cuisine and meet passionate locals along the way.

Planning your holiday is easy, and speak to your friendly Consultant.

Day 1: Welcome to Sicily

On arrival at Catania airport, transfers leave for your hotel at 10:00, 12:30 and 15:30. Relax and settle in before meeting your Travel Director at 17:30, for a Welcome Dinner at a local restaurant.

Day 2: Ancient Syracuse

Sightseeing with your Local Expert takes you to Syracuse’s Paradise Quarry with its unusual Ear of Dionysius, an ear-shaped grotto with an unusual echo. Continue to the superb Greek theatre, carved out of solid rock, one of the largest of the ancient world. There is time to explore the atmospheric Old City, a maze of narrow streets lined with palaces, sprawling over the island of Ortygia. It was here that the famous geometrician Archimedes ran naked through the streets, crying ‘Eureka!’ Continue around the southeastern corner of Sicily to Ragusa.

Day 3: Explore the Valley of the Temples and on to Palermo

Journey along the southern coast of the island, past the oil producing town of Gela to Agrigento. Join a Local Expert to explore the Valley of the Temples, Sicily’s finest Greek sanctuary. Especially impressive is the massive Temple of Concordia and the clifftop Temple of Juno overlooking the sea. Your travels continue to the Sicilian capital of Palermo.

Day 4: Palermo & the Golden Age of the Normans

Your Local Expert shows you the highlights of part of the old the city. Next, Visit Palermo Cathedral which has been altered may times over the years and observe its unique blend of architectural styles. In Monreale, visit the finely-decorated cathedral and see its magnificent gold mosaics, a masterpiece of Arab-Norman art. Return to Palermo and enjoy a free afternoon exploring the rest of the city. For your dining pleasure, you are offered a selection of local restaurants on your Dine-Around Evening, each with their own ambience and cuisine.

Day 5: Exploring Erice

Wind your way up to the charming hilltop walled town of Erice. Walk through the labyrinth of quiet alleyways, past medieval churches and enjoy sea views from the gardens next to the Castle of Venus! At a farm near Trapani, sample some of the freshest olive oil produced on the island and savour a tasting of Sicilian wine, followed by a light lunch of delicious local produce. Back in Palermo the evening is at your leisure.

Day 6: Cefalu and the Taormina Riviera

Travel to the quaint fishing town of Cefalu. The town’s imposing cathedral was erected to fulfil a vow made by the Norman King Roger II. Stroll down to the medieval stone fountain and seek out the Gothic arch of the Porta Marina for a picture-perfect view of the little harbour.

Day 7: Taormina and the Dawn Coast of Europe

Your hotel faces east, so early risers may experience why D.H. Lawrence christened this ‘The Dawn Coast of Europe.’ After breakfast, perhaps take an Optional Experience through the vineyards to Mount Etna, Europe’s largest volcano. Travel to the old town of Taormina, which clings to the side of Mount Tauro overlooking the Ionian Sea and the peak of Mount Etna. With your Local Expert, visit the Greek theatre set on a cliff and open to the sky. Take a moment to sit in this ancient theatre and absorb the view through the crumbling arches to Mount Etna. Stroll on to the tiny courtyard of the Palazzo Corvaja, Taormina’s grandest building and further along the elegant Corso Umberto, the Piazza IX Aprile offers panoramic views. At a local restaurant, rejoice with your new-found friends over your Celebration Dinner of delicious, freshly prepared Farm-to-Table cuisine, accompanied with exquisite Italian wines.

Appreciate the vistas of Mount Etna one last time on your departure transfer to Catania Airport. Transfers arrive at the airport at 06:30 and 08:30.

2020 Dates & PricesTwin ShareSolo Traveller
April: 17, 24$3,150.00$3,790.00
May: 01, 08, 15, 22, 29$3,150.00$3,790.00
June: 05, 12, 19$3,150.00$3,790.00
June: 26$3,225.00$3,865.00
July: 03, 10, 17, 24, 31$3,225.00$3,865.00
August: 07, 14, 21, 28$3,225.00$3,865.00
September: 04, 11, 18$3,275.00$3,915.00
September: 25$3,225.00$3,865.00
October: 02, 09, 16, 23, 30$3,150.00$3,790.00
Inclusions 
Meals: 7 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 4 dinners
Transport: Airport Transfers & Luxury air-conditioned coach
Accommodation: 7 nights accommodation
Guide: An expert Travel Director and separate Driver
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

* Tour departure dates are subject to availability at time of booking.
* Prices and itinerary are correct at time of publication and are subject to change without notice.

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Tuscan Treats

A rich tapestry of idyllic countryside and ancient towns, beautiful architecture and delectable food. On our Tuscan Treats Tour you’ll seek out world-renowned treasures and hidden gems, turn into a culinary connoisseur and fall head over heels for this exquisite Italian region.

Planning your holiday is easy, and speak to your friendly Consultant.

Day 1: Florence – Lucca

Our introduction to Italy will begin with an in-depth guided tour of Florence before we set a course for leafy Lucca – where cobbled streets, red-roofed buildings, fascinating history and fine architecture await us. We’ll discover what lies beyond the city walls before coming together for a delicious welcome dinner at a local osteria.

Hotel: Albergo San Martino or similar, 2 nights

Day 2: Lucca – Cinque Terre – Lucca

A rocky coastline, romantic candy-coloured villages… We must be in the Italian Riviera! After winding our way along this sublime stretch of shoreline we’ll find ourselves in Cinque Terre: a UNESCO World Heritage Site (and one of the highlights of our tour). After spending some time getting to know the area, we’ll return to Lucca for the evening.

Day 3: Lucca – Pisa – Volterra

Infamous and impossible to miss, the Leaning Tower of Pisa makes for a staggering first port of call today. After snapping some photographic evidence of our visit, we’ll travel on to Volterra – where you’ll have the chance to look around at your own leisure. Perched on a plateau, this magnificent and mysterious medieval walled town will be our home for the night.

Hotel: Hotel La Locanda or similar

Day 4: Volterra – San Gimignano – Pienza

Today we’ll make tracks to San Gimignano: home to a magnificent piazza, meandering stepped streets and some beautifully preserved architecture. While we’re here, we’ll sample the creations of a master gelato maker at Gelateria Dondoli – before carrying on to Fattoria San Donato for an indulgent wine tasting, complete with bruschetta and local meats. After taking in the town’s head-turning historic centre, we’ll journey onwards to Pienza – with a whistlestop tour of Siena along the way.

Hotel: Relais Il Chiostro di Pienza or similar, 2 nights

Day 5: Pienza

Pienza’s timeless charm and enchanting rural backdrop make it a serene spot to spend this morning. After a walking tour, we’ll sample some handcrafted pecorino cheese and world-class wines at a delightful organic restaurant with sweeping views over the surrounding countryside.

Day 6: Pienza Chianti

Onwards to the delightful Chianti region! Today we’ll make our way through heavenly countryside on our way to a traditional Tuscan country house, where a regional cookery class awaits us. After learning some local recipes from our host, we’ll have the chance to tuck into our creations for lunch. Buon appetito!.

Hotel: Hotel to be advised

Day 7: Chianti– Florence

On the way back to romantic Florence, we’ll stop off at an oil mill for a guided tour, olive oil tasting and light lunch. All in all, it’s a fitting end to a tour celebrating the natural beauty and culinary traditions of Tuscany.

2020 Dates & PricesTwin ShareSolo Traveller
June: 10, 21, 24
$3,149.00$4,099.00
July: 05, 22$3,059.00$3,829.00
August: 05, 23$3,059.00$3,829.00
September: 02, 04, 06, 11, 18, 20, 23$3,149.00$4,099.00
September: 25$3,059.00$3,829.00
October: 09, 18, 25$3,059.00$3,829.00
November: 04, 15$2,899.00$3,479.00
December: 09$2,899.00$3,479.00

Inclusions 
Meals: 6 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 3 dinners
Transport: Premium Mini-coach transportation
Accommodation: 6 nights boutique accommodation
Guide: Experienced Back-Roads Driver and Tour Leader & Local guide in Florence
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

* Tour departure dates are subject to availability at time of booking.
* Prices and itinerary are correct at time of publication and are subject to change without notice.

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The Sicilian

Your 10-day Sicilian Tour is packed with architectural treasures that have withstood the ages. You’ll begin your tour with guided sightseeing in Palermo’s ornate city of piazzas, markets, and churches. You’ll relish the baroque style of the city’s historic sites, and savor authentic Sicilian culinary specialties that have been handed down for generations. From panelle, arancini, and cannoli – to almond biscuits and Marsala wines – your escorted tour of Sicily is an epicurean’s dream when it comes to cuisine. You’ll also be treated to a tasting at Sicily’s oldest chocolate factory. As you tour the perimeter of the beautiful island of Sicily, you’ll also enjoy a cruise to the small island of Motya for a museum tour, as well as escorted tours through Sicily’s centuries-old UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as the elaborate Villa Romana del Casale in Piazza Armerina. From palaces to churches, you’ll encounter ancient works of art, architecture, and archaeological treasures. You’ll visit the Valley of the Temples with its Greek structures that have endured 24 centuries, the iconic St. George Cathedral and Ibla district of Ragusa, and the adorned tiled Staircase of Santa Maria del Monte in Caltagirone.

Planning your holiday is easy, and speak to your friendly Consultant.

Day 1: Arrive In Palermo, Italy

Welcome to Palermo! At 6 pm, meet your Tour Director and travelling companions for a welcome dinner at your hotel.

Hotel: Federico II Central Palace, 2 nights

Day 2: Palermo

Discover the capital of Sicily with a Local Guide and enjoy a panoramic view of the Conca d’Oro. Visit the 12th-century Norman Cathedral in Monreale, famous for its 50,000 square feet of precious Byzantine mosaics. Back in Palermo, see the major sites like the ornate Piazza Bellini, Capo Market, the baroque Church of Immacolata, and visit the magnificent Cathedral. A lunch with Sicilian specialties like panelle (chickpea fritters), arancini (stuffed rice balls), and cannoli (fried pastry rolls with sweet ricotta cheese) awaits.

Day 3: Palermo – Erice – Marsala – Mazara Del Vallo

Join your Tour Director for an orientation of the hilltop town of Erice, ending at the well-known Pasticceria Maria Grammatico to savour the traditional almond biscuits and Marsala wine. Next, visit a traditional Salt Mill near Marsala. Then, arrive at your hotel, where dinner with local specialties will be served.

Hotel: Giardino di Costanza Resort

Day 4: Mazara Del Vallo – Sciacca – Agrigento

Hear about the town’s fascinating history from a Local Guide before continuing to Sciacca, to take pictures from the panoramic viewpoint. In Agrigento, your Local Guide will take you for a spectacular walk through the magnificent Valley Of The Temples. Even travellers who have visited Athens and Delphi are awed by the gigantic yet graceful Greek structures that miraculously survived 24 centuries of tormented history.

Hotel: Grand Hotel Mose

Day 5: Agrigento – Piazza Armerina – Caltagirone – Ragusa

Drive to Piazza Armerina for your guided visit of the Villa Romana Del Casale, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Admire the largest and most complex collection of Roman mosaics in the world, including the famous “Bikini Girls,” discovered in 1960. Before arriving in Ragusa, stop in Caltagirone and see the mosaic Staircase Of Santa Maria Del Monte, covered with different tiles in a beautiful pattern.

Hotel: Poggio Del Sole Resort, 2 nights

Day 6: Ragusa – Excursion to Modica

Guided sightseeing features a walk through Ragusa’s oldest district, the Ibla, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with its beautiful palaces and churches. Walk through the Giardini Iblei, the pleasant public gardens laid out in the 19th century, then, visit the iconic baroque St. George Cathedral. Time on your own to further explore or maybe relax at an outdoor cafe! In the late afternoon, travel to nearby Modica with its steeply stacked medieval centre and spectacular baroque churches. Wander along Corso Umberto I and stop at the famous Dolceria Bonajuto, Sicily’s oldest chocolate factory, for a Tasting. End the day with a dinner at a local restaurant.

Day 7: Ragusa – Noto – Syracuse

The baroque town of Noto is renowned for its beautiful historic centre that was almost entirely rebuilt in the early 18th century following the 1693 earthquake. Walk along Corso Vittorio Emanuele to admire the magnificent architecture and San Nicolo Cathedral. Continue to Syracuse, birthplace of the mathematician Archimedes. Enter the Archaeological Site for a guided visit of the 5th-century BC sparkling-white Greek Theater, the Garden of Paradise, the Ear of Dionysus, the Altar of Hieron II, the Roman Amphitheatre, and the Cordmakers’ Cave. Tonight, you may wish to join an optional excursion.

Hotel: Mercure Prometeo

Day 8: Syracuse – Catania – Taormina Riviera

In Catania, see St. Agata Cathedral and spend some time on Piazza del Duomo and Via Etnea. In the afternoon, an exciting optional excursion is available to Mount Etna, the largest active volcano in Europe. Later, arrive at your hotel on the Taormina Riviera.

Hotel: RG Naxos Hotel at Giardini Naxos, 2 nights

Day 9: Taormina Riviera

This morning in the village of Savoca, see the Church of Santa Lucia, made famous as a location for Michael Corleone’s wedding in the movie The Godfather. Enjoy a granita and brioche at Bar Vitelli. Later, in hilltop Taormina, visit the ancient Greek Theater, dating back to the 3rd century BC. This evening, a farewell dinner will be served at restaurant Villa Antonio, an excellent way to say arrivederci Sicilia!

Day 10: Taormina Riviera

Your holiday ends with breakfast this morning. The nearest airport is Catania.

2020 Dates & PricesTwin ShareSolo Traveller
April: 04$3,319.00$4,025.00
April: 11, 13$3,389.00$4,095.00
April: 18, 25, 27$3,459.00$4,165.00
May: 02, 09, 11, 16, 23, 25, 30$3,459.00$4,165.00
June: 06, 08, 13, 20, 22$3,459.00$4,165.00
June: 27$3,519.00$4,225.00
August: 29$3,519.00$4,225.00
September: 05, 07$3,519.00$4,225.00
September: 12, 14, 19, 21, 26, 28$3,459.00$4,165.00
October: 03, 05, 10, 12$3,459.00$4,165.00
October: 17, 19$3,419.00$4,125.00
October: 24$3,319.00$4,025.00
Inclusions 
Meals: 9 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 6 dinners
Transport: First Class air-conditioned coach & boat cruise
Accommodation: 9 nights accommodation
Guide: An expert Travel Director and separate Driver
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

* Tour departure dates are subject to availability at time of booking.
* Prices and itinerary are correct at time of publication and are subject to change without notice.

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Gems of Umbria & Tuscany

The name of this Italy tour—Gems of Umbria and Tuscany—says it all, as you’ll visit some of the medieval hill towns and see some of the beautiful gems that call central Italy home. You’ll begin and end in Rome, and in between you’ll overnight in Spoleto, San Martino in Campo, Siena, and Orvieto. History fans will be thrilled throughout this Umbria and Tuscany tour. As you travel through the towns in these regions, you’ll learn about the Etruscans, who lived here for centuries before the Roman Empire, and you’ll see remains from periods throughout Italy’s history, including medieval times.

Planning your holiday is easy, and speak to your friendly Consultant.

Day 1: Arrive In Rome, Italy

Welcome to Rome! At 5 pm, join your Tour Director and travelling companions, and leave the hotel for a welcome dinner at one of Rome’s lively restaurants.

Hotel: Starhotels Michelangelo

Day 2 Rome – Narni – Spoleto

In Narni, almost 800 feet high, take a guided visit to the Convent Of San Domenico, and see a cell where prisoners of the Inquisition wrote graffiti on the walls. Then, a true highlight: learn the art of homemade Manfricolo pasta from a chef during a Pasta Demonstration, followed by lunch. Next is Spoleto, a former Roman city and capital of an important Lombard duchy from the 6th to the 8th centuries. During your walking tour with a Local Guide, take pictures of La Rocca, the former papal fortress that was used as a highsecurity prison until 1982; admire the Ponte delle Torri, erected on the foundations of a Roman aqueduct; and visit Piazza Del Duomo. This evening, dinner awaits at Vecchio Camino restaurant.

Hotel: San Luca

Day 3: Spoleto – Frantoio Di Spello – Assisi – San Martino in Campo

You cannot leave Italy without trying one of its most important products. Attend an Olive Oil Tasting at an authentic oil mill at Frantoio di Spello. In Assisi, a guided walking tour includes visits to St. Clare’s Church and St. Francis’ Basilica, the hub of a religious order devoted to the ideals of humility, forgiveness, simplicity, and love for all God’s creatures. Arrive at your hotel in San Martino in Campo.

Hotel: Alla Posta Dei Donini, 2 nights

Day 4: San Martino in Campo – Excursion to Perugia

Perugia is the capital of Umbria and an important university town. A guided walking tour features the Piazza Iv Novembre, one of the grandest squares in Italy, graced by the Fontana Maggiore (Great Fountain). Admire the gothic cathedral, the Galleria Nazionale dell’Umbria, and Perugia’s stunning medieval municipal palace. Of course, you will taste Italy’s most delectable Baci candy. An optional dinner outing is available.

Day 5: San Martino In Campo – Lake Trasimeno – Siena

Take a stroll along the promenade of Lake Trasimeno in Passignano on your way to Siena, where your Local Guide will take you for a walk through ancient, narrow lanes to Piazza Del Campo. Hear about the biannual Palio, Siena’s spectacular medieval-style horse race that is held on this square. An optional dinner in Monteriggioni is available.

Hotel: NH Siena, 2 nights

Day 6: Siena – Excursion to Volterra & San Gimignano

See some of Tuscany’s loveliest towns during this excursion: start with a visit to Volterra, a former important Etruscan centre. Then visit hilltop San Gimignano, the most picturesque of Italy’s perfectly preserved medieval towns with its towers and encircling walls. Return to Siena.

Day 7: Siena – Pienza – Montalcino – Orvieto

Famous for pecorino cheese, Pienza has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, thanks to a member of the Piccolomini family who became Pope Pius II in the 15th century and redesigned the town in perfect renaissance style. Continue to Montalcino, beautifully located in the Tuscan Hills, for a Brunello Wine Tasting, followed by lunch with local specialties. On to Orvieto, perched high atop a volcanic rock, where a unique visit to the Etruscan Underground Labirinto (labyrinth) awaits. This evening, an exclusive dinner has been prepared by the famous Italian chef Maurizio.

Hotel: Grand Hotel Italia

Day 8: Orvieto – Rome

Hear the history of this fascinating town from your Local Guide during a pleasant walk through the narrow lanes and visit the Cathedral with its San Brizio Chapel. Return to the “Eternal City” for an orientation drive past some of Rome’s main highlights, and a farewell dinner with operatic entertainment at Tanagra restaurant to celebrate your journey to Umbria and Tuscany.

Hotel: Starhotels Michelangelo

Day 9: Rome

Your holiday ends with breakfast this morning.

2020 Dates & PricesTwin ShareSolo Traveller
April: 18$3,419.00$4,053.00
May: 02, 16, 30$3,499.00$4,133.00
June: 13
$3,749.00$4,800.00
July: 11
$3,339.00$3,973.00
July: 25$3,299.00$3,933.00
August: 08, 22$3,299.00$3,933.00
September: 05, 19$3,499.00$4,133.00

Inclusions 
Meals: 8 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 5 dinners
Transport: First Class air-conditioned coach
Accommodation: 8 nights accommodation
Guide: An expert Travel Director and separate Driver
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

* Tour departure dates are subject to availability at time of booking.
* Prices and itinerary are correct at time of publication and are subject to change without notice.

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Secrets of Puglia

The enchanting Italian region of Puglia is famous for its historic cities, quaint fishing villages and (of course) its exquisite cuisine. On this round trip, we’ll delve into the area’s many splendours – from Naples to Martina Franca, Lecce, Gallipoli, Bari and back again – touring historic towns, discovering local traditions and indulging in a wine tasting or two along the way.

Planning your holiday is easy, and speak to your friendly Consultant.

Day 1: Naples – Andria – Martina Franca

After meeting the group in vibrant Naples, we’ll board the mini-coach and hit the road to Andria – where a local expert will reveal how mozzarella and burrata are made. We’ll have the chance to taste both delicious cheeses before we move on to Martina Franca for tonight’s welcome dinner.

Hotel: Relais Villa San Martino or similar, 3 nights

Day 2: Martina Franca – Alberobello – Locorotondo – Martina Franca

Our first stop of the day will be Alberobello – a UNESCO World Heritage site that’s famous for its charming cone-topped trulli. After learning more about the limestone buildings on a walking tour, we’ll move on to the beautiful countryside of Locorotondo – where there’s a wine tasting session in store for us at a local vineyard. After raising a glass or two, we’ll return to Martina Franca for the evening.

Day 3: Martina Franca – Altamura – Matera – Martina Franca

This morning we’ll explore the medieval streets of the quaint town of Altamura with a local guide – with an included bread tasting session at a quaint local bakery to round off our visit. Then: it’s back on the road as we travel onwards to the mesmerising city of Matera. We’ll delve into Matera’s fascinating history on a tour of the ancient Sassi before heading back to the hotel for some relaxation time.

Day 4: Martina Franca – Monopoli – Ostuni – Lecce

Today will begin with a visit to the picturesque seaside town of Monopoli – where we’ll explore the old town centre and harbour on a walking tour. After that, we’ll move on to Ostuni, the ‘White City’. While we’re here, we’ll learn the secrets behind some authentic cookery techniques at a cooking demonstration (and lunch!) in a traditional masseria. After a busy day, we’ll rest our heads in Lecce.

Hotel: Hotel Santa Chiara or similar, 2 nights

Day 5: Lecce – Gallipoli – Lecce

We’ll embark on a guided tour of magnificent Lecce this morning – where we’ll take some time to explore impressive sandstone buildings, hidden piazzas and winding alleyways. Then: onwards to the historic fishing port of Gallipoli, where we’ve an appointment to keep at an underground olive mill museum – not to mention a walking tour ticking off the likes of the Greek fountain and the cathedral. Accommodation: Hotel Santa Chiara (or similar)

Day 6: Lecce – Polignano a Mare – Bari

Today we’ll say goodbye to Lecce and set a course for the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’: Polignano a Mare, where we’ll explore the old town centre and beautiful terraces on a walking tour. This afternoon we’ll trade Polignano for Bari, where a local guide will show us the hotspots – and educate us on the local cuisine as we taste some of the city’s excellent street food. What better way to make ourselves at home?

Hotel: Orient Hotel or similar, 2 nights

Day 7: Bari – Minervino Murge – Bari

Next stop: the pretty hilltop town of Minervino Murge. While here, we’ll have the chance to join a basket making workshop before paying a visit to a private wine cellar museum – where we’ll be lucky enough to taste some of the produce in an underground grotto. After that, it’s back to Bari for the grand finale: a farewell dinner and wine pairing, which will be made all the more special by a traditional folk dance performance.

Day 8: Bari – Magherita di Savoia – Naples

We’ve one final stop to make: the Margherita di Savoia natural saltworks. The largest natural saltworks reserve in Europe, this breathtaking place is the perfect spot from which to spot many bird species. As we come full circle this afternoon, the tour will end.

2020 Dates & PricesTwin ShareSolo Traveller
June: 09$4,499.00$5,849.00
July: 14$4,139.00$5,179.00
September: 08, 22$4,499.00$5,849.00
September: 29$4,139.00$5,179.00
October: 06$4,139.00$5,179.00
October: 27$3,599.00$4,319.00
November: 17$3,599.00$4,319.00

Inclusions 
Meals: 7 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 2 dinners
Transport: Premium Mini-coach transportation
Accommodation: 7 nights boutique accommodation
Guide: Experienced Back-Roads Tour Leader and Driver & Local guides in Matera, Lecce, Bari
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

* Tour departure dates are subject to availability at time of booking.
* Prices and itinerary are correct at time of publication and are subject to change without notice.

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Country Roads of Northern Italy

On this Country Roads of Northern Italy tour fall in love with Shakespeare’s Verona, experience the elegance of Venice and wonder at the breathtaking beauty of the Dolomites and Italian Lake District before finishing your journey in the majesty of Milan.

Planning your holiday is easy, and speak to your friendly Consultant.

Day 1: Welcome to Italy

After a warm welcome at Milan’s Malpensa Airport, transfers depart for your hotel at 09:30 and 12:30. Meet your Travel Director at 15:30 and join a Local Expert in the heart of Italy’s renowned fashion capital to see the impressive facade of the cathedral and the world famous La Scala Theatre. Linking the two is the elegant glass vaulted shopping arcade of Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, lined with luxury boutiques. Mingle and get to know your fellow travellers during your Welcome Dinner at a local restaurant.

Day 2: Fair Verona and Trento

Cross the fertile plains of Lombardy to fair Verona, the home of Shakespeare’s star-crossed lovers Romeo and Juliet, with its maze of elegant squares and well-preserved Roman Arena, which is still used for Opera performances. Join a Local Expert to explore the Piazza delle Erbe or Square of Herbs, a lively market square surrounded by beautiful buildings. View the frescoed Casa Mazzanti and lofty Lamberti Tower and continue to the Piazza dei Signori, the civic and political heart of the city, graced by a statue of Dante and see the Gothic tombs of the Scala family beyond. Continue on to Trento, regarded as one of Italy’s most appealing cities to live in.

Day 3: Climb up to Cortina d’Ampezzo

Follow the Adige River north, into the magnificent mountains and the distinctive limestone peaks of the Dolomites. Arrive at the town of Bolzano, where Italy and Austria culturally collide and you are at leisure to explore the the arcaded streets and squares. Continue along the zig-zagging scenic route to Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy’s most exclusive ski resort and a beautiful alpine haven during summer.

Day 4: The Dolomites at Leisure

Enjoy a day at your leisure in this fashionable playground of the rich and famous, surrounded by towering cathedrals of rock. Take in the fresh mountain air as you stroll the pedestrianised Corso Italia, lined with designer stores and backed by the impressive green and white bell tower of the parish church. Why not ascend to the summit of one of the nearby peaks by cable car for magnificent panoramic views of the Dolomites?

Day 5: Through Prosecco Country to Venice

Travel down through more majestic Dolomite scenery to one of the world’s most breathtaking wine regions. Protected by the Alps to the north, and caressed by the warm breezes from the Adriatic, the vineyards around Conegliano Veneto produce Italy’s most prized sparkling wine. Stop at Carmina where meticulous viticulture and manual harvesting produce distinguished proseccos. See how production differs from its more famous French counterpart, Champagne. Be tempted with a taste of the crisp and aromatic flavours and learn how to make the perfect Bellini. Continue on to the unique and remarkable island city of Venice, Queen of the Adriatic and check into your hotel.

Day 6: The Magic of La Serenissima

Visit an arts centre on Giudecca Island to witness the age-old skill of glassblowing. Then, travel along the scenic canals, lined with ornate palaces – memories of a bygone golden. Alight by the Bridge of Sighs, named in the last century by Lord Byron. Turn the corner into St. Mark’s Square, dominated by its magnificently decorated Byzantine basilica, and overlooked by the great clock tower where bronze Moors figurines beat out the hours on a huge bell. No visit to Venice would be complete without a ride on a gondola; delight in being serenaded as you journey through the romantic canals. The rest of the day is at your leisure and there is free time to shop or perhaps cruise out into the Lagoon to try local fish and wine specialties?

Day 7: Sirmione and Como

Bid farewell to this enchanting city and continue past the university town of Padua to the peaceful shores of Lake Garda, the largest of Italy’s lakes. Near the tip of a narrow peninsula, jutting out into the lake, visit the charming resort of Sirmione, clustered around the 13th century Scaligero’s Castle. Follow the southern fringes of the Alps to reach the spectacular Italian Lake District and your hotel on the shores of Lake Como where you will enjoy views on the lake from your room. Later, you have a choice of cuisine and ambience from a hand-picked selection of local restaurants for your Dine-Around Evening.

Day 8: Como at Leisure and Lake Maggiore

Enjoy a relaxed morning in Como, the playground of Europe’s wealthiest people. Nestled in the foothills of the Alps, the lake plays host to the most glamorous social sets and is a great place to people watch. Head on to Lake Maggiore’s Baveno, noted for its narrow cobbled streets and charming 16th century square.

Day 9: Italian Lakes at Leisure

Relish a full day to relax and enjoy this popular resort and beautiful lake. Napoleon came here to plan his Italian Campaign, and Mussolini and Chamberlain met here before World War II to sign the Treaty of Stresa. Perhaps take a cruise out to the lovely Borromean Islands – Isola Bella is where Carlo Borromeo built his charming Palace. Savour delicious Farm-to-Table cuisine during your Celebration Dinner, accompanied with Italian wine and toast to your travels with your newfound friends.

Day 10: Depart Milan

Your journey draws to a close in the morning and transfers arrive at Milan’s Malpensa Airport at 07:30 and 10:30.

2020 Dates & PricesTwin ShareSolo Traveller
April: 24$4,125.00Price on Application
May: 08, 22$4,125.00Price on Application
June: 05, 19$4,075.00Price on Application
July: 03, 17$4,095.00Price on Application
July: 31$4,150.00Price on Application
August: 14$4,175.00Price on Application
August: 28$4,350.00Price on Application
September: 11$4,350.00Price on Application
September: 25$4,250.00Price on Application
October: 09$4,150.00Price on Application
Inclusions 
Meals: 9 breakfasts, 4 dinners
Transport: Airport Transfers & Luxury air-conditioned coach
Accommodation: 9 nights accommodation
Guide: An expert Travel Director and separate Driver
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

* Tour departure dates are subject to availability at time of booking.
* Prices and itinerary are correct at time of publication and are subject to change without notice.

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Enchanting Southern Italy

Southern Italy beguiles every sense. Step back in time to the Roman Empire in the beautiful Bay of Naples. Tour ancient cities and marble temples, and explore pastel-hued villages on the Amalfi Coast. All while savouring exquisite regional delicacies.

Planning your holiday is easy, and speak to your friendly Consultant.

Day 1: Naples – Pompeii – Paestum

After we’ve met the group, a local guide will lead us into the labyrinthine streets of Naples’ historic centre in search of the Cappella Sansevero – the home of the Veiled Christ, one of the finest sculptures in the world. The afternoon will transport us back in time, with a visit to one of the world’s most famous archaeological wonders: Pompeii. Tonight, we’ll clink glasses over a welcome dinner in World Heritage-Listed Paestum.

Hotel: Il Granaio dei Casabella or similar

Day 2: Paestum – Minori

Today we’ve an appointment at Tenuta Seliano – an authentic farm-inn – where we’ll be lucky enough to visit the buffaloes and watch the owner make light, fresh mozzarella. We’ll then take a guided tour of Paestum before returning to the farm – and a kitchen piled high with fresh local produce. Time for a cooking lesson! Our hard work will be rewarded as we tuck into our own creations at lunch with the host family.Then: we’ll end the day in Minori, our base for the next five days.

Hotel: The Minori Palace Hotel or similar, 5 nights

Day 3: Minori – Ravello – Tramonti Minori

This morning we’ll make stops at the grand Villa Rufolo (the historical centre of Ravello) and the splendid Villa Cimbrone – before moving on to a lemon grove for an afternoon with a zesty twist! After learning how the lemons are grown, we’ll dive into a tasting spread of limoncello, lemon salad and of course, lemon gelato. Later, dinner will be a group affair.

Day 4: Minori – Amalfi – Positano – Minori

Today’s first stop, Amalfi, will be nothing short of wow-inducing. After taking in the sights on a short walking tour, we’ll venture onwards to the blissful town of Positano. This afternoon, we’ll return to Minori – where we’ll meet a local artisan and join a fun ceramic decorating session.

Day 5: Minori – Capri – Minori

The high life beckons today! After setting sail to the island of Capri, we’ll enjoy a ride on the charming funicular railway – which will whisk us away from the port and through bright, fragrant lemon groves. We’ll then take some free time to see and be seen among the exclusive boutiques, cafés and restaurants of Capri town before returning to Minori.

 Day 6: Minori – Maiori – Vietri – Cetara – Minori

Today we’ll add more pearls to our collection with visits to Maiori and Cetara. After spending the morning exploring, we’ll make tracks to Vietri sul Mare – which is famous for its hand-painted, vividly coloured ceramics. Back in Minori, we’ll enjoy some free time before coming together for a delicious farewell dinner.

Day 7: Minori – Palace of Caserta – Sant’agata De’ Goti – Naples

Today we’ll say goodbye to the Amalfi Coast and move on to the 18th-century Royal Palace of Caserta, the last great creation of the Italian Baroque period. Then: from the royal to the rustic! Our next stop will be a farmhouse in Sant’Agata de’ Goti, where we’ll taste fabulous Falanghina wines produced from black grapes grown in the Campania region. We’ll have time for one last Italian lunch before we return to Naples, where our adventure will come to a close.

2020 Dates & PricesTwin ShareSolo Traveller
June: 07$3,779.00$4,919.00
July: 12$3,699.00$4,629.00
August: 20$3,699.00$4,629.00
August: 31$3,779.00$4,919.00
September: 02, 07, 14, 21$3,779.00$4,919.00
September: 28$3,699.00$4,629.00
October: 04, 11, 18$3,699.00$4,629.00
October: 06$3,589.00$4,309.00
November: 08$3,589.00$4,309.00
December: 06$3,589.00$4,309.00
2021 Dates & Prices
January 12$3,589.00$4,309.00

Inclusions 
Meals: 6 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 3 dinners
Transport: Premium Mini-coach transportation & Ferry to Capri
Accommodation: 6 nights boutique accommodation
Guide: Experienced Back-Roads Driver and Tour Leader
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

* Tour departure dates are subject to availability at time of booking.
* Prices and itinerary are correct at time of publication and are subject to change without notice.

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Apulia, the Heel of Italy

This regional affordable Italy holiday begins and ends in Naples. As one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world, Naples provides visitors a wealth of folklore, history, and a rich culture of the ages. After a guided sightseeing tour of the city, you’ll be on your way to the Apulia region – the “heel of the boot” of Italy and one of the favorite holiday destinations of the Italian people due to its breathtaking landscapes and enchanting coastline with turquoise waters.

Planning your holiday is easy, and speak to your friendly Consultant.

Day 1: Arrive In Naples, Italy

Check into your hotel. The rest of the day is free to start exploring Naples, one of the oldest continuously-inhabited cities in the world. Tonight, meet your Tour Director and fellow travellers.

Hotel: Holiday Inn

Day 2: Naples – Castel Del Monte – Bari

Guided sightseeing this morning gives you an introduction to the eventful history of this city and its colourful traditions. Depart Naples and travel into Apulia, the legendary “boot” of italy. Stop at Castel Del Monte, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, built in the 13th century by Holy Roman Emperor Frederick ii, and renowned for its unique octagonal shape. Continue to the Adriatic coastline for an orientation of the beautiful port city of Bari.

Hotel: Excelsior

Day 3: Bari – Castellana Grotte – Alberobello – Lecce

Head to Castellana Grotte to visit the famous limestone Caves. This impressive system is a wonderland of captivating stalactites, stalagmites, and crystallized mineral deposits. Next stop is Alberobello, renowned for its distinct conical-roofed Trulli houses. Follow the coastline to lovely Lecce, the “Florence of the South”.

Hotel: Tiziano e dei Congressi, 2 nights

Day 4: Lecce – Excursion To Santa Maria Di Leuca & Gallipoli

On your included excursion to Santa Maria di Leuca, the southernmost tip of Apulia, discover oriental art nouveau villas and beach huts from the early 20th century. On to Gallipoli, an ancient Greek city built on an island in the ionian Sea. Enjoy the Old Town with its quaint ambiance, winding streets, and inviting squares. Discover Frantoio Ipogeo, an underground olive press buried in the tufa rock. Between the 16th and 19th centuries, workers pressed Gallipoli’s olive oil, and used it to light the city’s oil lamps. Return to Lecce. Time to marvel at its opulent Baroque buildings.

Day 5: Lecce – Manduria –  Ostuni – Fasano

On to Manduria, situated in the wine-growing region. Visit a Wine Cellar and get to taste some of the typical Primitivo. Next stop is Ostuni, only 42 miles from Greece, but characterised by its flat-roofed, white, Greek-looking town centre. Overnight in Fasano, a peaceful town surrounded by olive groves and vineyards, not far from the Adriatic Sea.

Hotel: Sierra Silvana, 2 nights

Day 6: Fasano

Today is free to do as you like. Maybe join the optional excursion to Matera and Altamura. The impressive “rock city” of Matera is home to the prehistoric sassi cave dwellings, while a guided tour of Altamura reveals the amazing stone-clad city, with free time afterwards to stroll through the Old Town on your own.

Day 7: Fasano – Naples

Puglia is famous for its olive trees and, this morning, you’ll visit a traditional Olive Mill to taste some genuine olive oil, enjoy a light lunch, and stroll around the groves. Later, travel back to Naples for a chance to treat yourself to a real espresso coffee shot or the most authentic pizza.

Hotel: Holiday Inn

Day 8: Naples

Your holiday ends with breakfast this morning.

2020 Dates & PricesTwin ShareSolo Traveller
April: 19$1,879.00$2,340.00
April: 26$1,979.00$2,440.00
May: 03, 10, 17, 24, 31$2,019.00$2,480.00
June: 07, 14, 21, 28$2,019.00$2,480.00
August: 30$2,019.00$2,480.00
September: 06, 13, 20$2,019.00$2,480.00
September: 27$1,979.00$2,440.00
October: 04$1,879.00$2,340.00
Inclusions 
Meals: 7 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 4 dinners
Transport: First Class air-conditioned coach
Accommodation: 7 nights accommodation
Guide: Professional Tour Director
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary
* Tour departure dates are subject to availability at time of booking.
* Prices and itinerary are correct at time of publication and are subject to change without notice.

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Northern Italy Including Cinque Terre

Take in the sights of Italy, spending time in Milan, Genoa, the sun-drenched coastline of Cinque Terre and Parma. Scents of magnolia and lemons linger along the quaint cobblestone roads and promenades of Italy’s northern lake villages on this jaunt from Milan to Genoa, and the foodie city of Parma. See the layers of pastel pinks, yellows and blues that cling to the dramatic sea cliffs of Cinque Terre, enjoying the flavours of prosciutto and parmiagiano along the way.

Planning your holiday is easy, and speak to your friendly Consultant.

Day 1: Arrive Milan

Embrace the glamour of Milan, your introduction to the fascinating sights and sounds of northern Italy. Spend the day exploring this stylish city before meeting your fellow travellers and Travel Director for a Welcome Reception and evening orientation drive.

Hotel: Starhotels Tourist, 2 nights

Day 2: Milan

Wander through the sophisticated streets of Milan joining your ‘Local Specialist’ on a tour of the city that will reveal the city’s iconic and unexpected highlights. See the Gothic Cathedral, glass-domed Galleria and La Scala Opera House, then it’s time to pound the pavements in your free time. Consider a visit to the medieval fortress of Sforza Castle to admire the magnificent artistry of da Vinci and Michelangelo, including the famous statue of the Pietà Rondanini.

Day 3: Milan – Lake Maggiore

Italy’s much-admired Lake District and Lake Maggiore, set against the backdrop of the Southern Alps, is the next stop on our northern Italy journey. We ‘Dive Into Culture’ during a visit to the Villa Taranto botanical gardens – scents of azalea, camellia and wisteria linger as we explore its lush gardens filled with rare lilies and 300 varieties of dahlias in bloom. Then it’s on to our home for the next two nights on the quiet shores of Lake Maggiore. Consider joining an Optional Experience to one of the Borromean Islands – Isola Bella, which includes a visit inside the aristocratic Borromeo Palace and its gorgeous terraced gardens.

Hotel: Simplon Hotel, 2 nights

Day 4: Lake Maggiore

Lap up gentle lakeside living during a full day spent at leisure in this picture-perfect setting. Spend the day relaxing or take an alpine train journey to see the magnificent panoramic views of the north. This evening, we cross the tranquil waters of Maggiore to secluded Isola Madre where we’ll ‘Connect With Locals’ over a ‘Be My Guest’ dinner.

Day 5: Lake Maggiore – Genoa – Viareggio

The maritime city of Genoa and birthplace of Columbus is our first stop today as we join a ‘Local Specialist’ for a guided walking tour to view the city’s majestic Renaissance and Baroque architecture. Visit Via Garibaldi, the historic centre of Genoa lined by ancient palaces, before continuing to the seaside town of Viareggio this afternoon.

Hotel: Mercure, 2 nights

Day 6: Viareggio – Full-Day Cinque Terre Excursion

Today we explore the dramatic coastal setting of UNESCO-listed Cinque Terre on an included full-day excursion. The deep blue Ligurian Sea provides a stunning backdrop for the expanse of pastel pinks, yellows and oranges that cling to the rugged seaside cliffs. We join a ‘Local Specialist’ to visit this remarkable destination.

Day 7: Viareggio – Langhirano – Parma

Today is a feast for the senses. Crossing the scenic Appenine mountains, we venture towards Parma, renowned for its famous Parma ham and cheese. ‘Dive Into Culture’ and savour the gourmet delights of this region during a visit to a working prosciutto factory near the town of Langhirano, with a brief photo stop at Torrechiara. Next we’ll learn how to make parmigiano reggiano cheese at a family run caseificio. This evening, consider an unforgettable Optional Experience featuring delicious local flavours in a historic setting.

Hotel: Sina Maria Luigia

Day 8: Parma – Milan

Delight in the gastronomic and architectural splendour of the Emilia-Romagna region during a guided tour of Parma with a ‘Local Specialist’. See the 12th-century Piazzo Duomo with its Romanesque Cathedral and Baptistery, and Garibaldi Square, home to the Palazzo del Governatore with its ornate astronomical clock. We leave the flavours of Parma behind and embark on a scenic drive back to Milan where we’ll enjoy a Farewell Dinner tonight with our travel companions and Travel Director.

Hotel: Starhotels Business Palace

Day 9: Depart Milan

While your holiday has come to an end, the special memories with new friends will linger long after you return home. Say farewell to your Travel Director as you prepare for your return journey.

2020 Dates & PricesTwin ShareSolo Traveller
April: 18$3,075.00$3,805.00
April: 25$3,075.00$3,555.00
May: 02, 09, 16, 23$3,075.00$3,555.00
May: 30$2,995.00$3,475.00
June: 06, 13, 20$2,995.00$3,475.00
June: 27$3,175.00$3,655.00
July: 04, 11, 18, 25$3,175.00$3,655.00
August: 01, 08, 15, 22$3,175.00$3,655.00
August: 29$3,225.00$3,705.00
September: 05, 12, 19, 26$3,325.00$4,085.00
Inclusions 
Meals: 8 breakfasts, 5 dinners
Transport: First Class air-conditioned coach
Accommodation: 8 nights accommodation
Guide: An expert Travel Director and professional Driver
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

* Tour departure dates are subject to availability at time of booking.
* Prices and itinerary are correct at time of publication and are subject to change without notice.

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