United Kingdom & Ireland Multi Country

England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales: The mere mention of these historic and enchanting places conjures up captivating visions of centuries-old castles, tolling green hills and cobblestone streets oozing with charm and beauty, History and royalty aside, there is much more to offer. Bustling metropolises, windswept coastlines, impressive art galleries, dramatic mountain hikes and eclectic markets are just some of the vast array of places waiting to be explored.

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From $2,575.00 per person

Take in England, Wales and Scotland on this Country Explorer trip, featuring Edinburgh and Bath. Rugged landscapes and ancient kingdoms.  

From $2,775.00 per person

Hear the stories behind Britain and Ireland's poetry, people and innovation during this Regional Explorer trip. Start your tale of two islands in London.

From $3,295.00 per person

Discover the best of Britain and Ireland, from castles and legends to hidden treasures. Travel through England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales to write your own story that will feature a Blarney Stone kiss, a swig of Guinness and romance rediscovered in the Lake District.



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From $3,339.00 per person

Experience some of Britain’s fascinating towns as you travel through England, Scotland, and Wales, stopping for overnights in London, Leeds, Edinburgh, Strathpeffer, Glasgow, Liverpool, Cardiff, and Plymouth.

From $3,495.00 per person

This Country Explorer trip uncovers Stonehenge, Bath, the Lake District and Scottish Highlands. Travel to the Scottish Highlands, exploring rugged Dartmoor, the idyllic Lake District, the Isle of Skye and Tudor Chester.  

From $3,889.00 per person

On this Essential Britain tour you’ll experience some of Britain’s most fascinating towns as you travel through England, Wales, and Scotland stopping for overnights in London, Plymouth, Cardiff, Liverpool, Glasgow, Inverness, Edinburgh, and York.



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From $4,249.00 per person

Experience the best of England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales on this in - depth exploration tour of the British Isles. In between time in the major cities—London, Dublin, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Cardiff.  

From $4,559.00 per person

Join us for a classic Back-Roads journey that delves deep into Britain’s fascinating history and culture. In England we’ll trace the footsteps of famous writers and poets, uncovering the scenic countryside that inspired their greatest works.

From $4,829.00 per person

You’ve seen photos of London’s Big Ben—now’s your time to see it in person. You’ve heard about Dublin’s friendly culture—now’s your time to experience it. You’ve read William Shakespeare’s plays—now’s your time to visit his birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon.  



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From their breath - taking scenery to their vibrant cities and small towns, this fascinating tour delivers the best of Scotland, England’s Lake District, North Wales, and the Emerald Isle.  

From $5,150.00 per person

The classic symbols of Ireland and Scotland are revealed, as well as the secret and secluded alternatives. Pretty pink heather hues and an emerald green landscape define the rugged beauty of Scotland and Ireland.

From $5,495.00 per person

Explore the best of Britain and Ireland, taking in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dublin, Cork, Cardiff and more. Dive right into history, culture and spectacular scenery on this immersive England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales trip.



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From $5,675.00 per person

Every corner of the British Isles is covered on this trip, including Belfast, Dublin, Cardiff, Edinburgh and London. There's more to most UK and Ireland trips than the iconic sights.

From $7,425.00 per person

A wealth of history, dramatic scenery, sacred sites, legends and traditions all come together, invoking a sense of romance on this escorted journey.

From $8,169.00 per person

Travelling through the small towns and larger cities, this Britain and Ireland tour is our most complete view of the British Isles.  



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From $6,729.00 per person

From the lively cities to the breath-taking scenery, discover the very best of England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland on this British Isles tour.  

From $8,069.00 per person

Travelling through the small towns and larger cities, this Britain and Ireland tour is our most complete view of the British Isles.

From $8,069.00 per person

Travelling through the small towns and larger cities, this Britain and Ireland tour is our most complete view of the British Isles.

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Africa Multi Country

Home to 54 countries, Africa offers opportunity for Multi Country Combos that include Kenya, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Uganda, Botswana, Namibia or South Africa.

From the Sahara desert in the north to the rugged coastline of South Africa at its bottom tip, the continent of Africa contains a staggering diversity of landscapes and wildlife.

From bone-dry deserts where sand dunes tower beneath vast open skies to watery deltas and mighty waterfalls where nature’s force reveals itself in all its glory. Africa spellbinds with its natural beauty and selection of experiences.

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From $8,695.00 per person

Journey through the vast plains of the Maasai Mara and Serengeti for an unforgettable African Safari Adventure that will take you to landscapes where thousands of wildebeest make their brave pilgrimage.

From $9,495.00 per person

Discover the best of Africa on this 15 Day Cape Town to Chobe Adventure journey. Explore the Garden Route, visit Victoria Falls and watch wildlife in Chobe National Park.

From $12,495.00 per person

Experience Eastern Africa on this Kenya and Tanzania in depth adventure. Explore Kenya's Amboseli National Park, discover the Serengeti and learn about the traditional culture of a Maasai village.



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From $12,995.00 per person

Join a 13 Day African Journey small group adventure from Cape Town to Kruger National Park with APT. Get close to wildlife on small group Game Drives and on a Zambezi Queen cruise safari.

From $13,495.00 per person

Discover Eastern Africa's marvelous game parks on this Wilds of Africa journey. See the Chobe & Kruger National Parks, visit a Maasai Village & join 14 game drives.

From $13,995.00 per person

Enjoy the best of East Africa on a 12 Day Safari Tour with unbelievable game park experiences in Tarangire National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti National Park and the Masai Mara.



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Start in Cape Town and end in Nairobi! With the adventure tour African Odyssey, you have a 23 day tour package taking you from Cape Town to Nairobi and through Cape Town, South Africa and 14 other destinations in Africa.

From $21,995.00 per person

xperience a Grand African Journey! Travel the Garden Route, go on safari in Kruger and Chobe National Parks and visit Victoria Falls, before venturing to Kenya and Tanzania for the world’s best wildlife viewing opportunities.

From $24,995.00 per person

Welcome to where nature reigns supreme. In between exploring Kruger National Park and Livingstone, you’ll glide through spectacular scenes and wild wildernesses, whether it’s four-wheel driving through the savannah or cruising through the mighty Chobe River.



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This is the ultimate discovery of Africa. You will leave no stone unturned as you explore breathtaking savannah’s, riddled with untamed adventure and rewarding game-viewing.

From $40,495.00 per person

Great African Odyssey - We don't use the term 'great' lightly. Home to an array of natural splendours, take to the skies and peer out over the stunning and colourful landscapes in hopes of wildlife sightings.

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Russia & The Baltics

Tour TypeTrip NameNo. DaysTour DetailsPrices
CruiseTreasures of Russia Cruise11 On Application From $5,795.00
CruiseTreasures of Russia and Helsinki14 On Application From $7,195.00
CruiseBaltic Charm and Treasures of Russia20 On Application From $9,695.00

  

Itinerary – Treasures of Russia Cruise

Sit back and surrender to the charm of the Russian countryside as you glide along grand canals, rivers, and lakes. Explore grand imperial cities, golden-domed churches, and romantic wooden villages.

Itinerary   
Day 1: Arrive, Embark ship, St PetersburgArrive in opulent St Petersburg today and check in to your river ship. Enjoy the rest of the day at leisure. This evening, enjoy a glass of champagne and live Russian folk music at a special Welcome Reception on board.
Stay: 10 Nights: aboard your river ship, the MS Alexander Borodin
Day 2: St Petersburg, Hermitage MuseumYou'll be dazzled today as you visit the Hermitage Museum, one the most impressive museums in the world. Housing more than three million works of art and culture in the magnificent setting of the Tsar’s Winter Palace, the scale of this collection is simply unrivalled.
Day 3: St Petersburg, Peterhof PalaceToday, discover a world of opulence and excess on a guided tour around St Petersburg’s imperial estate – Peterhof Palace. Described as the ‘Russian Versailles’, you’ll inspect the Bath Block and majestic gardens, and see the lavish palaces that were the playground for Peter and Catherine the Great.
Day 4: MandrogiToday, set off from St Petersburg and cruise down the Neva River. Along the way, you’ll be treated to a Russian lesson on board, where you’ll learn the essentials of this beautiful language. Arrive in Mandrogi, a tiny island town that is more a living museum than a live-in village. During a guided tour through the quirky collection of old wooden houses you’ll be given an enthralling insight into traditional Russian villages from the past. At the famous Vodka Museum, you’ll learn all about the nation’s signature tipple and see hundreds of brands on display.
Day 5: Kizhi IslandAbsorb the picturesque Russian countryside as we cruise towards the tranquil waters of Lake Onega, Europe’s second-largest lake. Then, watch in awe as you approach the spellbinding sight of Kizhi Island. Here, you’ll set out on a guided walking tour through the Open Air Museum of Architecture. Marvel at the collection of well-preserved wooden houses, windmills and churches that date back to the 14th century. The island, however, is dominated by the magnificent three-tiered Transfiguration Church, a 22-domed structure built in 1714 without a single nail.
Day 6: White Lake, Volga-Baltic Waterway, GoritsyToday, cruise across the ethereal White Lake and along the Volga-Baltic Waterway that connects the Baltic and Caspian seas. Arrive in Goritsy, a peaceful farming town. Here, you’ll enjoy a guided tour in which you’ll visit one of the largest medieval abbeys in Russia, the Monastery of St Cyril.
Day 7: YaroslavlToday, discover Yaroslavl on a fascinating guided tour. Founded by Prince Yaroslav the Wise in 1010, this is one of Russia’s oldest cities, dating back to the Vikings. Explore the World Heritage-listed historic centre, adorned with classical architecture and golden-domed churches. You’ll also visit a fortified 12th-century monastery flaunting astounding architecture.
Day 8: Uglich, Volga RiverWatch idyllic rural life unfold along the river banks as your ship cruises to Uglich. Here, disembark for a guided tour that allows you embrace olden-day Russia. See the former Kremlin of Uglich and visit the colourful Church of St Demetrios on the Blood. Built on the site where Ivan the Terrible’s son Demetrios was mysteriously killed in 1591, this monument commemorates the famous Rurikovich family. This afternoon, set sail along the Volga River towards Moscow.
Day 9: MoscowCruise into Moscow, and explore some of the city's most famous and historic landmarks.
Day 10: MoscowTake a guided tour of the city today, then head to Red Square to see St Basil’s Cathedral. Take in the famous GUM Department Store, Sparrow Hill and Lubyanka Square. Then, enjoy a Farewell Dinner this evening.
Day 11: Disembark Ship, Depart Moscow After breakfast this morning, disembark your ship and be transferred to the airport for your onward flight.

 

Itinerary – Treasures of Russia and Helsinki

Sit back and surrender to the charm of the Russian countryside as you glide along grand canals, rivers and lakes. Explore grand imperial cities, golden-domed churches, and romantic wooden villages.

Itinerary  
Day 1: Arrive Helsinki Soar into Helsinki today, Finland’s vibrant capital. Situated on a picturesque archipelago, the coastal city of Helsinki offers an enchanting combination of natural, cultural and historical attractions. Upon arrival, check in to your hotel for your three night stay.
Stay: Three Nights: Helsinki, GLO Art Hotel
Day 2: HelsinkiJoin your local guide for a tour of Helsinki, where the heart of the city is its spectacular harbour, with giant ferries gliding into port. Explore the Temppeliaukio Church, a magnificent structure with an interior constructed out of solid rock and bathed in natural light via a glazed dome. Take your time to marvel at the stunning architecture, before joining your fellow travellers to dine on delicious Finnish specialties at a local restaurant.
Day 3: Helsinki Today, enjoy a full day at leisure to further immerse yourself in this unique seaside city. Perhaps visit Uspenski Cathedral, the historical Tori Quarters, or the famous Market Square (own expense).
Day 4: Helsinki, Embark Ship,St PetersburgTransfer to the railway station for your journey to Russia. Arrive in opulent St Petersburg and transfer to your river ship. Enjoy the rest of the day at leisure. This evening, enjoy a glass of champagne and live Russian folk music at a special Welcome Reception on board.
Stay: 10 Nights: aboard your river ship, the MS Alexander Borodin
Day 5: St Petersburg, Hermitage MuseumYou'll be dazzled today as you visit the Hermitage Museum, one the most impressive museums in the world. Housing more than three million works of art and culture in the magnificent setting of the Tsar’s Winter Palace, the scale of this collection is simply unrivalled.
Day 6: St Petersburg, Peterhof PalaceToday, discover a world of opulence and excess on a guided tour around St Petersburg’s imperial estate – Peterhof Palace. Described as the ‘Russian Versailles’, you’ll inspect the Bath Block and majestic gardens, and see the lavish palaces that were the playground for Peter and Catherine the Great.
Day 7: MandrogiToday, set off from St Petersburg and cruise down the Neva River. Along the way, you’ll be treated to a Russian lesson on board, where you’ll learn the essentials of this beautiful language. Arrive in Mandrogi, a tiny island town that is more a living museum than a live-in village. During a guided tour through the quirky collection of old wooden houses you’ll be given an enthralling insight into traditional Russian villages from the past. At the famous Vodka Museum, you’ll learn all about the nation’s signature tipple and see hundreds of brands on display.
Day 8: Kizhi IslandAbsorb the picturesque Russian countryside as we cruise towards the tranquil waters of Lake Onega, Europe’s second-largest lake. Then, watch in awe as you approach the spellbinding sight of Kizhi Island. Here, you’ll set out on a guided walking tour through the Open Air Museum of Architecture. Marvel at the collection of well-preserved wooden houses, windmills and churches that date back to the 14th century. The island, however, is dominated by the magnificent three-tiered Transfiguration Church, a 22-domed structure built in 1714 without a single nail.
Day 9: White Lake, Volga-Baltic Waterway, Goritsy CToday, cruise across the ethereal White Lake and along the Volga-Baltic Waterway that connects the Baltic and Caspian seas. Arrive in Goritsy, a peaceful farming town. Here, you’ll enjoy a guided tour in which you’ll visit one of the largest medieval abbeys in Russia, the Monastery of St Cyril.
Day 10: YaroslavlToday, discover Yaroslavl on a fascinating guided tour. Founded by Prince Yaroslav the Wise in 1010, this is one of Russia’s oldest cities, dating back to the Vikings. Explore the World Heritage-listed historic centre, adorned with classical architecture and golden-domed churches. You’ll also visit a fortified 12th-century monastery flaunting astounding architecture.
Day 11: Uglich, Volga RiverWatch idyllic rural life unfold along the river banks as your ship cruises to Uglich. Here, disembark for a guided tour that allows you embrace olden-day Russia. See the former Kremlin of Uglich and visit the colourful Church of St Demetrios on the Blood. Built on the site where Ivan the Terrible’s son Demetrios was mysteriously killed in 1591, this monument commemorates the famous Rurikovich family. This afternoon, set sail along the Volga River towards Moscow.
Day 12: MoscowCruise into Moscow, and explore some of the city's most famous and historic landmarks.
Day 13: MoscowTake a guided tour of the city today, then head to Red Square to see St Basil’s Cathedral. Take in the famous GUM Department Store, Sparrow Hill and Lubyanka Square. Then, enjoy a Farewell Dinner this evening.
Day 14: Disembark Ship, Depart MoscowAfter breakfast, disembark your ship and be transferred to the airport for your onward flight.

  

Itinerary – Baltic Charm and Treasures of Russia

With their medieval cities, fascinating history and diverse cultures, the Baltic States have gradually emerged as enticing destinations untouched by mass tourism. Discover the secrets of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania before your Russia river cruise.

Itinerary  
Day 1: Arrive Vilnius Fly into Vilnius, Lithuania’s enchanting capital. Upon arrival, be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel for an elegant Welcome Reception.
Stay: Two Nights: Vilnius, Radisson Blu Lietuva
Day 2: VilniusThis morning, embark on a guided tour of Vilnius. Then, venture to Trakai Island Castle, a magnificent stone castle built in the 14th century. Tonight, enjoy a Welcome Dinner at a local restaurant.
Day 3: Vilnius, Šiauliai, RigaAfter breakfast, travel to Šiauliai where you’ll visit the awe-inspiring Hill of Crosses. Later, farewell Lithuania and cross the border into Riga, the capital of Latvia.
Stay: Two Nights: Riga, Radisson Blu Daugava
Day 4: RigaToday, join a local guide for a tour of historic Riga, taking in the Germanic art nouveau architecture of the Old Town. Then head to Black Magic Bar to enjoy a tasting of Black Balsam, a traditional Latvian herbal liqueur.
Day 5: Riga, Ligatne, Cesis, TallinnCross the border into Estonia today. Along the way, visit the Secret Soviet Bunker in Ligatne, a Cold War bomb shelter. Continue to Cesis and enjoy time to explore before arriving in Tallinn.
Stay: Two Nights: Tallinn, Nordic Forum Hotel
Day 6: TallinnToday, set out on a guided tour of Tallinn. Visit the Kadriorg district, a throwback to the time when Estonia was ruled by the Russian Tsars, and pass by the Song Festival Grounds, Alexander Nevsky Cathedral and the Town Hall Square.
Day 7: Tallinn, Helsinki Farewell Estonia as you embark on a beautiful ferry crossing over the Gulf of Finland into Helsinki. Upon arrival, you will be transferred to your hotel. Enjoy the evening to explore at leisure.
Stay: Three Nights: Helsinki, GLO Art Hotel
Day 8: HelsinkiJoin your local guide for a tour of Helsinki, where the heart of the city is its spectacular harbour. Then, with free time, perhaps explore the Temppeliaukio Church, a magnificent structure with an interior constructed out of solid rock and bathed in natural light.
Day 9: HelsinkiToday, enjoy a full day at leisure to further immerse yourself in this unique seaside city.
Day 10: Helsinki, Embark Ship, St PetersburgAfter breakfast board the high-speed train bound for Russia. Arrive in St Petersburg and transfer to your river ship. This evening, enjoy a glass of champagne and Russian folk music at a special Welcome Reception on board.
Stay: 10 Nights: aboard your river ship, the MS Alexander Borodin
Day 11: St Petersburg, Hermitage MuseumBe dazzled today with a visit to the Hermitage Museum, which houses more than three million works of art and culture in the Tsar’s Winter Palace.
Day 12: St Petersburg, Peterhof PalaceToday, discover a world of opulence and excess on a guided tour around St Petersburg’s imperial estate – Peterhof Palace.
Day 13: Mandrogi This morning, you’ll be treated to a Russian lesson on board, where you’ll learn the essentials of this beautiful language. Then, arrive in Mandrogi for a guided tour.
Day 14: Kizhi IslandSet out on a guided walking tour of Kizhi Island. Visit the Open Air Museum of Architecture and the magnificent three-tiered Transfiguration Church, a 22-domed structure built in 1714 without a single nail. Afterwards, cruise towards the tranquil waters of Lake Onega.
Day 15: White Lake, Volga-Baltic Waterway, Goritsy Today, cruise across ethereal White Lake and along the Volga-Baltic Waterway that connects the Baltic and Caspian seas. Arrive in Goritsy, a peaceful farming town. Here, enjoy a guided tour in which you’ll visit one of the largest medieval abbeys in Russia, the Monastery of St Cyril.
Day 16: YaroslavlToday, discover Yaroslavl on a guided tour, in which you’ll explore the historic centre, adorned with classical architecture and golden-domed churches.
Day 17: Uglich, Volga RiverCruise to Uglich, one of the Golden Ring cities that form a ring to the northeast of Moscow. On a tour, see the former Kremlin of Uglich and visit the colourful Church of St Demetrios on the Blood. This afternoon, set sail along the Volga River towards Moscow.
Day 18: MoscowOn arrival in Moscow, explore some famous landmarks with an expert local guide. Venture within the walls of the Kremlin, a historic fortified complex that was once the royal residence of the Tsars.
Day 19: MoscowSee Red Square and St Basil’s Cathedral on a tour. On board tonight, enjoy a Farewell Dinner and authentic Russian vodka.
Day 20: Disembark Ship, Depart MoscowAfter breakfast, be transferred to the airport for your onward flight.
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Tour TypeTrip NameNo. DaysTour DetailsPrices
CruiseMagnificent Europe15 On Application From $7,295.00
CruiseDouro Delights11 On ApplicationContact Us
CruiseParis to Bordeaux11On Application From $8,595.00

Magnificent Europe – Amsterdam to Budapest

On APT’s 15 Day Magnificent Europe River Cruise, glide from Amsterdam through five countries to Budapest. From mighty rivers to superbly engineered canals and stream-like waters that wind through tranquil valleys, APT has left no course uncharted in creating their outstanding range of unforgettable river cruises. Fine dining, incredible sightseeing, the highest levels of personal attention, stunning accommodation; they’ve considered – and included – every last detail. Even if you have visited Europe before, nothing quite compares to the new experiences and fresh perspectives awaiting you on a river cruise with APT. Offering an unrivaled way to discover Europe and designed specifically for Australians, you’ll enjoy the dedicated services of an APT Cruise Tour Director, all sightseeing experiences, a range of complimentary onboard beverages and many inclusions.

Itinerary  
Day 1: Arrive Amsterdam, Embark ShipBe met on arrival and transferred to your ship before a Welcome Reception tonight.
14 Night Stay: one of APT's luxurious Aria or Concerto river ships.
Day 2: AmsterdamChoose from two activities today. Perhaps cruise Amsterdam's canals aboard a glass-top boat or visit Zaanse Schans. Tonight. attend a Gala Welcome Dinner.
Day 3: Cologne, Bonn, AndernachBe joined by a local guide for a tour around the historic city of Cologne or travel to Bonn for a tour. Later, explore Namedy Castle, before sitting down to a lavish banquet held in ballroom.
Day 4: RüdesheimVisit Siegfried's Mechanical Musical Instrument Museum or ride a gondola for panoramic views over the Rhine Valley.
Day 5: MiltenbergArrive in Miltenberg and stroll along the winding cobblestone lanes, explore quint half-timbered shops, mingle with friendly residents and sample delicious local fare.
Day 6: WürzburgThe architectural beauty of Würzburg is on show as you stroll through the city to Würzburg Residence. Or, travel along the Romantic Road to medieval Rothenburg for an enthralling tour.
Day 7: BambergExplore Bamberg's World Heritage-listed Old Town with a guide to discover a range of historic churches and buildings.
Day 8: NurembergDelve into Nuremberg's history on a city tour that includes a selection of World War II sites, including the Reich Party Rally Grounds
Day 9: RegensburgWalk the lovely streets of Regensburg with a local expert guide today.
Day 10: Passau, Salzburg, LinzTake an exquisite rail journey aboard the Magestic Imperator to Salzburg today. On board your privately chartered train, relax amid luxurious surrounds and savour refreshments while you wind your way through graceful alpine countryside.
Day 11: Melk, DürnsteinTour Melk Abbey, one of the world's most famous monastic sites, or enjoy a walking tour through the town. Then, either ride a bicycle or cruise to Dürnstein.
Day 12: ViennaSoak up the elegance of the city during a guided tour. See the exquisite Hofburg Palace, St. Stephen's Cathedral and much more. After dinner, head to the City Palace and attend an exclusive Cocktail Reception and a private concert featuring members of the Mozart Boys' Choir.
Day 13: ViennaPerhaps tour Schönbrunn Palace, join an excursion to Bratislava or visit the Spanish Riding School to see the Lipizzan horses
Day 14: BudapestJoin a local guide for a tour of Budapest. Among many highlights, you'll see Heroes' Square and superb Fisherman's Bastion. This evening, set off on a twilight cruise.
Day 15: Disembark Ship, Depart BudapestDisembark and transfer to the airport.
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14 Night Cruise, Expert APT Cruise Director, touring, all main meals on board, range of beverages, transfers, port charges, tipping

Douro Delights

  

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Day 1: Arrive Porto, Embark ShipBe met on arrival and transferred to your ship before a Welcome Dinner this evening.

Stay: Seven Nights: the stylish MS AmaVida
Day 2: PortoOn a tour, explore Porto’s Old Town and delight in its 16th-century buildings and Baroque churches. See the iron bridge built by French engineer Gustave Eiffel then enjoy a tasting at a local port house in Gaia.
Day 3: Porto, Guimarães, Entre-Os-RiosTake a morning excursion to the World Heritage-listed city of Guimarães, an authentic and well-preserved showcase of the evolution of medieval settlement, as well as 15th to 19th-century architecture. Back on board, enjoy some scenic cruising through the Douro Valley en route to Entre-Os-Rios. Visit Casa de Vila Verde estate in the Sousa Valley wine region, famous for producing Vinho Verde since the 17th century. Enjoy a tour of the manor, followed by a tasting of their famous wine before dinner.
Day 4: Caldas de Aregos, RéguaDock in Caldas de Aregos and travel to Quinta da Aveleda, a family business that has been producing wine in the Douro region since the 1870s. Explore the estate on a tour, followed by a tasting. Delight in the beauty of this sun-drenched region as you cruise to Régua, where you’ll visit the Douro Museum.
Day 5: Régua, Lamego, PinhãoTour the ancient town of Lamego and visit the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Remedies. You’ll then sample bolas de Lamego, a specialty dish of the region. After, continue cruising through the dramatic gorges of the Douro Valley to Pinhão, where you’ll disembark for a wine tasting and dinner at a local Portuguese winery.
Day 6: Pinhão, Vila RealTake a trip to Palacio de Mateus, located near the city of Vila Real. Built in 1745, the palace offers a wonderful insight into the lives of Portuguese aristocracy. Embark on a tour of the palace followed by free time to explore the extensive gardens. Enjoy time at leisure in Pinhão followed by the Captain’s Farewell Dinner on board.
Day 7: Barca d’AlvaTravel to the tiny fortified village of Figueira de Castelo Rodrigo today. On a tour here, see the castle ruins, and take in spectacular views of the Douro Valley and surrounding towns. Back on board, enjoy a delicious dinner this evening as you makew the most of your last night on board your stylish river ship.
Day 8: Barca d’Alva, Disembark Ship, Salamanca, MadridDisembark in Barca d’Alva today and travel to the ancient city of Salamanca. During a tour, see the University of Salamanca and the House of Shells. Afterwards, continue to your hotel in Madrid, where you will be able to enjoy the evening at your leisure.
Stay: Three Nights: Westin Palace Madrid
Day 9: MadridEnjoy a tour of Madrid followed by a Farewell Dinner featuring a range of tantalising tapas later in the evening.
Day 10: MadridEnjoy a choice of activities in Madrid today. Perhaps learn all about the traditional flavours of delecatable Spanish cuisine on a culinary tour. Otherwise, immerse yourself in Spanish art at the Prado Museum, including works from Italian and Flemish artisits including elázquez, Goya, Raphael, Rubens, and Bosch. Alternatively you may wish to explore Bernabéu soccer stadium, home to the world-famous Real Madrid Football Club.
Day 11: Depart MadridAfter a delicious breakfast, you will be transferred to the airport.
INCLUSIONS:
Unique experiences in up to 11 destinations, Expert APT Tour and Cruise Directors, Return airport transfers, port charges and tipping, Finest dining - a total of 25 meals.

Paris do Bordeuax

  

Itinerary  
Day 1: Arrive in Paris

Arrive in the romantic city of Paris and be transferred to your hotel. This evening, get to know your fellow travellers as you enjoy a Welcome Reception.

Stay: Three Nights: Paris, Hotel du Collectionneur Arc de Triomphe
Day 2: ParisEnjoy a sightseeing tour of the French capital. See the Avenue des Champs-Élysées and the Arc de Triomphe, and take a trip to the second level of the Eiffel Tower. This evening, enjoy a meal and a memorable show at the Moulin Rouge.
Day 3: ParisPerhaps join a culinary walking tour, discover Montmartre or take a tour through The Louvre.
Day 4: Paris, Bordeaux, Embark ShipTravel by train to Bordeaux and on arrival, transfer to your river ship. After settling in, delight in a Welcome Reception tonight.

Stay: Seven Nights: one of APT’s luxurious Aria River Ships
Day 5: CadillacToday you will have your choice of sightseeing. Perhaps tour Cadillac, before exploring Saint-Macaire. Alternatively, visit Sauternes where you’ll tour two historic châteaux then try the region’s famous dessert wine. Tonight, visit Château de Cazeneuve, once home of the Kings of Navarre. Be greeted by the current owners of the Sabran-Pontevès family, descendants of the original owners. Enjoy a private tour of the lovingly restored interior, before sitting down to dinner in the impeccable Grand Salon, while enjoying the traditional music from a three-piece Baroque band.
Day 6: PauillacTake in the stunning sights as your ship threads its way along the Gironde estuary, which cuts alongside the historic vineyards of Aquitaine. On a visit to one of the few remaining family-owned cooperages, you’ll get to see how wooden wine barrels are produced and learn the fascinating secrets of this time-honoured craft, followed by a wine tasting with your very own oenologist. Later, enjoy a Gala Welcome Dinner.
Day 7: Blaye, BourgDiscover the town of Blaye and take a walk around the 17th-century citadel. Later, perhaps travel to Cognac for a tour and a tasting at a French cognac house or sail to the town of Bourg and take a walking tour.
Day 8: Libourne, Saint-ÉmilionIn Saint-Émilion, head beneath the village to visit the Monolithic Church and the underground cellars of Les Cordeliers. Then sample some macarons and Les Cordeliers’ sparkling wines.
Day 9: Libourne, BordeauxPerhaps join a guide for a tour of Bergerac to discover the wonderfully restored Old Town. Another option is to tour Libourne and visit a caviar estate. Enjoy the Captain’s Farewell Dinner.
Day 10: BordeauxTake in the sights of Bordeaux on a tour.
Day 11: Disembark Ship, BordeauxBe transferred to the airport.
INCLUSIONS:
Unique cultural experiences in up to 8 towns, villages and cities, Transfers, port charges and tipping
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England & Wales

From the undulating hillsof Oxfordshire to Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of Shakespeare, England is beauty and history combined. It’s also the perfect destination for adventure and activity, whether you’re cycling in Norfolk, surfing off Newquay or rock climbing in the Peak District. London, England’s capital, is a melting pot of people and has some of the richest culture in Europe. Visit the Tower of London, wander along the Thames, marvel at Big Bed, take a black cab or a red double decker bus ride – all quintessential British experiences.

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Explore the secrets of Devon & Cornwall on a quest through the Celtic coast. The river valleys of romantic Devon and Cornwall take centre stage on this journey through Bath, rural Wiltshire, and the ruined Tintagel Castle where, legend has it, King Arthur was born.  

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Neolithic man, Roman forces, celebrated writers and contemporary filmmakers have all made a mark on England's heartland.
On this quintessentially English tour, we'll follow their tracks - covering Wiltshire's ancient stone circles and movie-set good looks.

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Open a treasure box of storybook castles, secret tunnels and enchanting gardens as we dedicate six days to England's exquisite South East. On our travels we'll see why Whitstable has been dubbed the 'Pearl of Kent', wander the exquisite gardens of Kent's most famous castles.

 

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Ireland

From shamrocks to leprechauns and 40 shades of green, the Emerald Isle is warm and inviting. Ireland is an addictive place to explore. Within a few miles you can travel from plunging cliffs to flat pastureland to towering mountains to gloomy peat bog. Follow its craggy coastlines and rolling hills to historic castles and cosy pubs where friendly locals chats animatedly over pints of Guinness. You can spend the night in ancient castles or state-of-the-art hotels. dine on fine Irish cuisine or snack on fish and chips in a paper bag. Ireland will delight with its unique traditions, beauty and personality.

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Tour TypeTrip NameNo. DaysBookingsPrices per person
Escorted TourTreasures of Ireland6From $1,550.00
Escorted TourEnchanting Emerald Isle8From $1,950.00
Escorted TourCastles & Manors8From $3,395.00
Escorted TourBest of Ireland10From $2,625.00

Treasures of Ireland

‘Céad míle fáilte’ – A hundred thousand welcomes await you in Ireland. Embrace the free-spiritedness of your hosts as you explore soulful Dublin and secure your gift of the gab with a Blarney kiss. Admire inspiring Irish landscapes along the Ring of Kerry and striking Cliffs of Moher, and learn about Cobh’s tragic Titanic history.

Itinerary   
Day 1: Arrive Dublin

Welcome to Dublin. Discover the city's charms on a guided tour with a Local Specialist. Walk the cobbled courtyard of Trinity College to visit its library and the ornate Book of Kells. Later make an exclusive visit to one of the city's unique treasures, The Little Museum of Dublin, after it has closed its doors to the public for a Welcome Reception with canapés and drinks.

Day 2: Dublin - Glendalough - Waterford - Cork

Leave the bustling Irish capital for the peaceful 6th century monastic ruins at Glendalough. The 100-foot-tall Round Tower, the Cathedral, and St. Kevin's Cross are highlights of your stop. Travel on to see more delicate works of art during your Cultural Insight experience at the House of Waterford Crystal in Waterford. Later head to Cork, the 'Rebel County', where you have a free evening.

Day 3: Cork - Cobh - Blarney - Killarney

Visit the Heritage Centre in Cobh to learn about the city's history and legacy. From the Great Famine and the 'coffin ships' to the doomed Titanic and Lusitania, this unique display presents the Queenstown Story in a way like no other. Then head to Blarney where you can climb to the top of Blarney Castle to kiss the famed stone and acquire the 'gift of the gab'. Arrive later in picturesque Killarney.

Day 4: Killarney

This morning enjoy free time in Killarney or stop at Torc Waterfall for a leisurely guided walk with a Local Specialist. Continue your day winding around the picture-perfect Ring of Kerry. Take in the views of coast and sea, fields and rolling hills in this landscape that has inspired artists and poets for centuries. Join your companions this evening for a memorable Be My Guest dinner on a traditional farm in Killarney. Please Note: The walk travels over wooded paths. While there are no mountains to climb, walkers need to be reasonably fit and have good walking shoes or boots, sunscreen and raingear. Approx. 3 miles/4.8 km/2 hours.

Day 5: Killarney - Foynes - Cliffs of Moher

Your first stop today is the Flying Boat Museum in Foynes, the refuelling point for Pan Am's Flying Boat, the Yankee Clipper, from 1939-1945. Gain a Cultural Insight as you board a replica Boeing 314 to experience life as a passenger. Toast the last day of your trip with your fellow travellers and Travel Director when you enjoy a delicious Irish coffee in the place where it was allegedly invented in the 1940s by Joe Sheridan - a chef in Foynes. Later travel to the spectacular Cliffs of Moher which rise up to 700 feet above the pounding Atlantic waves before continuing on to your hotel in Limerick.

Day 6: Limerick - Depart Shannon

It's time to say farewell to the Emerald Isle and your travel companions at the end of your holiday. Transfers are available. Conditions apply. Please Note: Your coach returns to Dublin from Shannon on Day 6. You are welcome to utilise this complimentary transfer. Drop-off in Dublin will be at the Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport at approximately 4pm depending on traffic.

Inclusions 
Meals: 5 breakfasts, 2 dinners
Transport: Airport Transfers & Luxury air-conditioned coach
Accommodation: 5 nights
Guide: An expert Travel Director & separate Driver
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

Enchanting Emerald Isle

Centuries of Irish heritage and culture are revealed on this adventure across the windswept valleys of Ireland from Dublin’s Crypt at Christ Church Cathedral to the Anglo-Norman Kilkenny Castle on the River Nore. See the ‘lost’ town of Newtown Jerpoint founded in the 12th century and visit a traditional Irish farm for tea, fresh scones and a bit of sheep herding.

Itinerary   
Day 1: Arrive Dublin

Welcome to Dublin. Meet your Local Specialist this afternoon for a guided city tour. View the colourful doors in elegant Georgian Squares, St. Patrick's Cathedral and more. Later gather for a Welcome Reception and exclusive visit to the Crypt at Christchurch Cathedral. Built in 1172 the underground chambers house memorials, artefacts, and altar-pieces.

Day 2: Dublin – Strokestown – Enniscrone

Admire the rolling green countryside as you cross from Dublin to Ballina. Stop for a visit to magnificent Strokestown Park House, an 18th century mansion with original furnishings. In the old stables is the Irish Famine Museum, one of the world's best private archives dedicated to the potato famine of the 1840s, where you gain a Cultural Insight into the plight of the Irish people. After time to view the exhibits, continue to Enniscrone set on the River Moy.

Day 3: Enniscrone – Connemara – Galway

Travel to the pretty town of Westport, then on to Connemara. Visit Kylemore Abbey, once a family home. Strikingly situated on Lake Kylemore, this 19th century neo-Gothic wonder now serves as a Benedictine monastery. After time to see the walled Victorian gardens, continue to Galway, the "City of Tribes". View Galway Cathedral, an impressive stone church dating back to only 1965.

Day 4: Galway – Cliffs of Moher – Killarney

This morning visit Ireland’s most spectacular natural wonder at the heart of the Wild Atlantic Way – the Cliffs of Moher. There's time to take in the endless ocean views before taking the ferry across the Shannon estuary and on to Killarney.

Day 5: Killarney

Travel the Ring of Kerry, one of the most scenic drives on the Emerald Isle. Lakes, mountains, ocean and coast come together in a landscape that has inspired poets, artists and musicians for centuries. This afternoon enjoy free time in Killarney or stop at Torc Waterfall for a chance to join a Local Specialist for a leisurely guided walk, taking you along the lakeshore and past the farmlands of the 19th century Muckross Estate. Please Note: This leisurely paced walk meanders over wooded paths and lakeshore trails. Walkers should wear good walking shoes for a stroll through picturesque surrounds.

Day 6: Killarney – Blarney – Kilkenny

Your first stop today is at Blarney Castle, where you'll have a chance to kiss the famous Blarney Stone and receive the “gift of the gab”. Browse through the Blarney Woollen Mills, then travel on to Co. Kilkenny. Here you will discover the 'lost' town of Newtown Jerpoint which was founded in the 12th century before meeting local farmers Joe and Maeve O'Connell at their home, Belmore House, where the town was unearthed. Hear the tale of the ‘lost’ town and meet the farm sheepdog before relishing a Be My Guest dinner. Arrive later at your hotel in Kilkenny.

Day 7: Kilkenny – Dublin

Visit Kilkenny Castle, an Anglo-Norman mansion that sits majestically over the River Nore, with a Local Specialist. In the castle basement you'll find the Butler Gallery, one of Ireland's most important art galleries outside of Dublin. Later return to Ireland's capital where you visit Trinity College to admire the Book of Kells. Toast the Emerald Isle with your fellow travellers at a Farewell Dinner at a traditional Irish pub.

Day 8: Depart Dublin

Slan abhaile or "safe homeward" as you transfer to the airport where your holiday ends. Transfers are available.

Inclusions 
Meals: 7 breakfasts, 5 dinners
Transport: Airport Transfers & Luxury air-conditioned coach
Accommodation: 7 nights
Guide: An expert Travel Director & separate Driver
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

Castles & Manors

A complete circle of Ireland including fairy tale castle and manor house stays. Visit the ancient city of Dublin, the wild Cliffs of Moher and the island’s ’emerald’ countryside. See the wilderness of Connemara and stay in Galway’s Ballynahinch Castle, built in the 1580s by Donal O’Flaherty, the first husband of Ireland’s fearsome pirate queen, Grace O’Malley.

Itinerary   
Day 1: Arrive Dublin

Welcome to Dublin the lively Irish capital. This afternoon meet your Local Specialist for a guided tour. View St. Patrick's Cathedral, colourful Georgian Squares and the vibrant, modern city. Then raise a glass of the "black stuff" and drink in sweeping Dublin views at the Gravity Bar atop the Guinness Storehouse as you gain a Cultural Insight into this famous Irish product. Later savour free time and a Welcome Reception including dinner with Irish beer or wine.

Day 2: Dublin – Kildare – Cashel – Killarney

Head across the rolling countryside to Kildare. Stop for a visit to the Irish National Stud for a Cultural Insight into the fascinating world of Ireland's thoroughbred industry. See the foaling unit, museum and of course the powerful and regal stallions. Visit the spectacular Rock of Cashel with a Local Specialist, where you view its majestic ecclesiastical ruins. Continue to Killarney, the town on the lakes where your evening is free.

Day 3: Killarney

This morning enjoy free time in Killarney or you might wish to join a Local Specialist for a leisurely guided walk at Torc Waterfall. Later enjoy spectacular scenery, driving around the Ring of Kerry. Take in views of coast and sea, hills and green fields as you travel through this unspoiled land that has inspired artists and poets for centuries. Please Note: This leisurely paced walk meanders over wooded paths and lakeshore trails. Walkers should wear good walking shoes for a stroll through picturesque surrounds.

Day 4: Killarney – Cliffs of Moher – Galway – Connemara

Head north and stop to visit the stunning Cliffs of Moher, rising up to 700 feet above the Atlantic. Afterwards continue to County Galway and visit the Connemara Marble artisan workshop for a Cultural Insight where you will learn all about the famous green jade-like marble. Later continue through beautiful scenery to the magnificent Ballynahinch Castle for a relaxing two-night stay.

Day 5: Connemara

Drive through the scenic landscapes of Connemara, taking in views of rugged mountains, shimmering lakes and endless shades of green. Make a stop in the picturesque town of Clifden, set between the Twelve Bens Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean. Then on to visit Kylemore Abbey, a magnificent castellated structure built as a family home and now inhabited by a group of Benedictine nuns. The extensive walled Victorian garden is a delight to the senses. Later return to your castle hotel for dinner.

Day 6: Connemara – Sligo – Roscommon

Venture north to Sligo. Here, amid the hills and loughs that inspired the lyrical lines penned by the poet William Butler Yeats, you will be welcomed to a private home for a bit of food, fun, and poetry. Damien and Paula Brennan live in, a modern abode with rustic touches overlooking beautiful Lough Gill. Inside, you will find walls adorned with contemporary Irish paintings and a table set for a Be My Guest feast prepared by Paula, a noted chef. Damien is an expert on W.B. Yeats. Delicious food, fine company, and the poetry of Yeats come together for a heart-warming meal. Then travel to Roscommon and Kilronan Castle Hotel the ancestral home of the Tenison family and the legendary Colonel King Tenison. It is one of a few Irish castle estates that can trace its history back to royal families.

Day 7: Roscommon – Strokestown – Dublin

This morning consider taking a luxurious relaxing cruise on the River Shannon. Stop for a visit to magnificent Strokestown Park House, an 18th century mansion with original furnishings. In the old stables is the Irish Famine Museum, one of the world's best private archives dedicated to the potato famine of the 1840s where you gain a Cultural Insight into the plight of the Irish people. Return to Dublin and relish a Farewell Dinner with newfound friends.

Day 8: Depart Dublin

You will be transferred to the airport, where your Emerald Isle adventure concludes. Transfers are available.

Inclusions 
Meals: 7 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 4 dinners
Transport: Airport Transfers & Luxury air-conditioned coach
Accommodation: 7 nights
Guide: An expert Travel Director & separate Driver
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

Best of Ireland

Ravishingly beautiful and enchanting to explore, you’ll soon learn why the Irish say if you’re lucky enough to be Irish, you’re lucky enough… Visit the Ring of Kerry and unspoilt region of Western Ireland featured in John Wayne’s ‘The Quiet Man’. See the stronghold of the O’Donnell Clan and beautiful Dingle Peninsula, as well as Adare, one of Ireland’s prettiest villages.

Itinerary   
Day 1: Arrive Dublin

Spend the morning relaxing and enjoying the sights of Dublin. Later meet your fellow travellers and Travel Director for a sightseeing tour of this wonderful city with a Local Specialist. This evening visit Glasnevin Trust for an informative and poignant tour with a Local Specialist where you will hear stories about some of the brave characters from recent Irish history. Enjoy a Welcome Reception of drinks and canapés and get to know your fellow travellers.

Day 2: Dublin – Co. Wicklow – New Ross – Waterford

Head through scenic Co. Wicklow known as The Garden of Ireland and on to New Ross - the ancestral home town of John F. Kennedy. Visit the Dunbrody Famine Ship to gain a Cultural Insight into the plight of Irish Emigrants. Later arrive in Waterford and see how the famous crystal is crafted during your guided tour of the visitor centre to gain a Cultural Insight.

Day 3: Waterford – Youghal – Blarney – Killarney

Travel via the historic seaport town of Youghal, once home to Sir Walter Raleigh. At Blarney, gain the 'gift of the gab' as you have a chance to kiss the famous stone. Arrive later in Killarney, your home for the next two nights.

Day 4: Killarney

Today we experience Ireland's most scenic coastal drive around the Iveragh Peninsula, better known as the Ring of Kerry. It is undoubtedly one of the most magical and varied places in the whole of Ireland and is truly a photographer's delight. We will also see Daniel O'Connell's Cahirciveen, the fishing village of Waterville, the Black Valley and Moll's Gap. Here mountains, valleys, lakes and sea blend into a landscape that is often breathtaking beyond words.

Day 5: Killarney – Adare – Bunratty – Limerick

Explore the beauty of the Dingle Peninsula with its beautiful beaches and rugged landscape. Later we travel to Adare, one of the prettiest villages in Ireland. Enjoy an included visit to Bunratty Castle and Folk Park dedicated to life in Ireland during the 18th and 19th century.

Day 6: Limerick – Cliffs of Moher – Galway

This morning your orientation of Limerick includes views of St. Mary’s Cathedral, King John’s Castle and the Treaty Stone. Visit the magnificent Cliffs of Moher and see the history of the cliffs brought to life with a visit to the ‘Atlantic Edge' exhibition. Later arrive in Galway with free time to see the Cathedral or stroll through Eyre Square.

Day 7: Galway

This unspoilt region of Western Ireland is captured in the film 'The Quiet Man' featuring John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara. Today see the untouched landscape of the Connemara with its picturesque mountain ranges and golden beaches that stretch out into the Atlantic. During your scenic drive, stop at Kylemore Abbey for an included visit to the country's most romantic castle and walk through the Victorian Walled Garden. Travel on to Westport House for a memorable Be My Guest experience. Enjoy a welcome drink in the impressive drawing room which features James Wyatt's 19th century sky ceiling and an impressive original parquet floor. After a guided tour of the house you will be hosted for a High Tea.

Day 8: Galway – Knock – Donegal – Sligo

Heading north stop in the town of Knock to view the Marian Shrine. See the grave of Irish poet W.B. Yeats in the churchyard of Drumcliff. Visit the town of Donegal and view the castle which was once the stronghold of the O'Donnell Clan. Later arrive in Sligo.

Day 9: Sligo – Dublin

Travel back to Dublin where you will have time to explore this lively city. Walk down Grafton Street and see the street performers and musicians or walk the banks of the River Liffey and cross the Ha’penny Bridge. Tonight join your fellow travellers for a Farewell Dinner.

Day 10: Depart Dublin

After a hearty Irish breakfast, say farewell to your Travel Director and fellow travellers as your Irish holiday comes to an end. Transfers are available.

Inclusions 
Meals: 9 breakfasts, 1 cream tea, 5 dinners
Transport: Airport Transfers & Luxury air-conditioned coach
Accommodation: 9 nights
Guide: An expert Travel Director & separate Driver
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary
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Chile & Easter Island

Nestled between the Andes and the Pacific Ocean, Chile is sometimes known as the longest country in the world. Chile has a beautiful and diverse landscape. Experience shimmering blue glaciers, hot spring, snow-capped volcanoes, lush rainforests and the driest desert on earth.

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See the very best of Santiago on a comprehensive tour of Chile's capital city. Explore the neoclassical Moneda Palace, the Plaza de Armas, Cathedral and Museum of National History.  

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Visit the home of Chile's Nobel Prize-winning poet, Pablo Neruda and take in the views of the town as you take the funicular down through the labyrinthine hills.

From $1,448.00 per person

Located in the magic splendor of the archeologically capital, San Pedro de Atacama desert area in the northern Chile, Hotel La Casa de Don Tomas offers its guests the best in comfort and ambiance.



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Ideally suited for wine connoisseurs or simply for lovers of wine, this program highlights Santiago and Matetic Winery.  

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From Santiago, travel to the stunning Colchagua wine region of the Central Valley and discover why this area is famous for its fine red wines.

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Visit the mythical island of Chiloe. The beauty of this destination is as much in the landscape as its locals.



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The award winning architeture of Explora Rapa Nui (Easter Island) blends the island's unique geography and heritage with its vibrant present.  

From $8,289.00 per person

From top to bottom Chile will enchant and inspire with its spectacular breathtaking natural landscapes.

From $1,448.00 per person

Located in the magic splendor of the archeologically capital, San Pedro de Atacama desert area in the northern Chile, Hotel La Casa de Don Tomas offers its guests the best in comfort and ambiance.

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