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Mediterranean Pearls
€349

Beauty and indulgence is written all over this unique itinerary that is packed with one surprise after another. The French Riviera, that picture-perfect stretch of beach-hugging Mediterranean coastline, is a fabled playground of the rich-and-famous. From Nice and Cannes to Monte Carlo, Monaco is complemented by a stay in stunning Rapallo the perfect pier to visit the Hemmingway's eternalized "Cinque Terre" and Portofino we have an itinerary that is designed not only to be most memorable but bound to exceed your expectations.

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 Featuring:
Cannes
 
Nice
 
Monte Carlo
 
French Riviera
 
Eze
 
Monterosso
 
Rapallo
 
Vernazza
 
Cinque Terre
 
Levante
 
Portofino
ITINERARY SUMMARY
 
Day 1
Evening Departure


Evening departure from selected pickup points.
Day 2
Nice - Check-in
Morning arrival to Cannes and opportunity for breakfast. Following ample time to explore the home of Film Festival with its unique old town nested along the cozy bay overlooking its countless yachts and stunning Mediterranean Sea. Later on we continue to Nice, the queen of the Riviera for an orientation tour and check-in.
Enjoy the remainder of the day at own leisure.
Your tour guide will assist with dinner and night club outing.
Day 3
Monte Carlo - Monaco - Rapallo
Spend the day at own leisure or else join us on an excursion to nearby independent state of Monaco home the Grand Prix of Monte Carlo as well as some of the world's most successful residents. We have a chance to watch the changing of the guards at the Palais and perhaps even visit one of the world's most iconic Maritime museums of Jaques Cousteau and quick peak into one of the world's most famous casinos. Enroute we will stop at Fragonard's parfume distellery to learn, sample and even purchase some of the world's most famous brand names.
Later in the afternnoon, we leave the French Riviera and travel along its neighboring Italian Riviera onto Genoa birthplace of Christopher Columbo then onto picturesque Rapallo and check-in.
Enjoy an evening out sampling some of the finest cuisines Italy has to offer.
Day 4
Porto Fino - Cinque Terre
Spend the day exploring Rapallo or else join us on an excursion to some of Italy's most beautiful and hidden secrets of Portofino and the strung like pearls along the arching neckline of the Ligurian Sea villages of the Cinque Terre. Like countless artists and writers such as Hemmingway this is magnet of inspiration to appreciate graciousness and beauty as steep lash maountains drop into the dark Blue Mediterranean Sea.
This is a boat, train & bus combination with Local guide to Portofino, Levanto, Vernazza and Monterosso.
Day 5
Como - Lucerne - Late evening Return
We leave this morning for Lake Como one world's most sought after real estate and a favorite home of George Clooney and Madonna. There will be time to enjoy the beautiful scenery and fins cozy place for lunch. We the continue homeward journey through picturesque Alpine Switzerland. We then travel homewards through Swizterland's majestic Alps arriving to points of origin
Time permitting we will stop in Lucerne to allow some time to explore stunning scenery and perhaps have a typical Swiss Fondue Dinner.
Our last leg of the journey onto points of origin will take us into late evening hours.
MAIN HIGHLIGHTS
Cannes
Cannes is opening its doors to allow you to discover a unique and memorable city, renowed around the world.. The, "Star" of the Rivieraworldfamous for its film festival is a magical city, a place of pleasures : sport, gastronomy, leisure, shows, ... From
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French Riviera
Close your eyes and the words “Provence Côte d'Azur” will open a flow of images of sun basked sceneries. So much has been said and written about it that these impressions seem unreal... Clichés are sure hard to eradicate, but it is only on visiting Pr
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Nice
Nice, the pearl of the French Riviera, is a busy commercial city and the capital of the Alpes Maritimes department. Nonetheless, beauty, a fine climate and affable citizens keep its charm and year around appeal intact. While savoring the sun and sea there
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French Riviera Dinner
Your tour guide will assist you with an superb French dinner often time with entertainment
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Monte Carlo Casino
Welcome to the world's most beautiful casino. For more than a century, the legend of Monte-Carlo has dazzled and attracted guests and inspired imitators. But there will never be anything like the original Monte-Carlo Casino, built in 1863 in the Principal. Keeping pace with technical developments and the expectations of its guests, Monte-Carlo has new slot machines, some of which are exclusive and are found nowhere else. Check it out only a tie will be necessary.
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Monaco, Monte Carlo Excursion
A focal point on the Riviera, the Principality of Monaco benefits from extraordinarily mild climate due to the combined influences of the Alps and the Mediterranean, thus making Monaco a place where one can make the most of sea and mountains. The Palace i € 30
Eze
Magic place in the azure, Eze seduces. The atmosphere is authentic. The medieval village perched like an eagles nest on a narrow rocky peak overlooking the Mediterranean sea. The ancient fortified village is still crowned with the ruins of its 12th-century fortified castle (torn down in 1706), sitting on a narrow rocky peak. We will have a stop to enjoy the breathtaking view.
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Watersport Cannes
From year to year, Cannes's efforts in this direction qualify the City for the Pavilion Bleu (Blue Flag), which, in addition to indicating the water is clean and safe, is a reward for protecting the sea, undertaking environmental awareness actions and res
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Genova
Genoa was founded before the Romans. It was very important in ancient times and it was one of the Sea Republics to rule navigation along all known seas around 1100-1300. It is the birthplace of Christopher Columbus of whom part of his living home still re
Cinque Terre Excursion
Excursion start the day with a short roundtrip boat ride to Portofino. Our local guide we reveal the secrets of this charming port that attracts and mesmerizes the curious and returning visitor alike. We then go on a journey countless artists and novelists have take in search of inspiration that didn't take long to manifest itself in beauty and grace of sea and mountains embracing inviting villages of such an appeal nowhere else to be found in Europe. We will have a chance visit some of these villages, grab lunch at a typical Trattoria, taste some of the fine wines Liguria has to offer and find some souvenirs of a wonderful experience you'd want to brag about. Bring your camera and indulge... € 45

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A most memorable experience!
€399

Christmas in Rome: An unmatched experience, certainly a dream come true! Here the holiday spirit comes alive adorned with an elaborate life-size nativity scene, next the world's tallest Christmas Tree set the stage for Midnight Mass and "Urbi et Orbi" Christmas Day Blessing. This trip also includes visits of Florence and offers the opportunity to visit the Vatican Mueseums, Pompeii, Sorrento and Capri to mention a few of the highlights you will never forget.

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Venice
 
The Vatican
 
Sorrento
 
Rome
 
Capri
 
Florence
 
Pompeii
ITINERARY SUMMARY
 
Day 1
Departure


Following our last pickup and brief introduction of the bus, accompanying crew and itinerary, we leave for our overnight journey. A last stop in the late evening would allow for a brief break to use public facilities and freshen up prior our nonstop overnight ride to Florence.
Day 2
Florence - The Vatican - Midnight Mass
Morning arrival to Florence and opportunity for B'fast before taking a city walking tour which will reveal its most famous attractions such as the Academia home of Michelangelo's David, the Duomo, 14th century Palazzo Vecchio located on the Piazza della Signoria square, the Uffizi, the Ponte Vecchio and more. During your leisure time, you may opt to visit these attractions or us the opportunity to shop for Florentine famous leather and gold artifacts.
We continue our journey to Rome for hotel check-in. There will be an opportunity for an optional tour by a licensed local guide of the Vatican Museums, The Sistine Chapel and St Peter's Basilica. highlighting the papal apartments of the medieval Apostolic Palace decorated with frescoes during the Renaissance, the Sistine Chapel, the exhibition rooms of the Vatican Apostolic Library and the museums themselves.
Day 3
Rome - Christmas Day Blessing
Free time at your own leisure or else join us on an most memorable full day tour to Pompeii, one of the world's most amazing archaeological sites, Capri- Scenic Island in Naples Bay and charming Sorrento key place of the Peninsula.
Upon return to Rome we attend midnight Mass at St Peter's Square. (subject to finalized time frame announcement).
Day 4
Pompeii - Capri – Sorrento
Enjoy the morning exploring Rome, with an opportunity to join Pope Francis for Urbi et Orbi Christmas Day Blessing at Bernini’s St Peter's Square lying in front of the Basilica.
In the afternoon, we embark on our city tour of ancient Rome emphasizing The Roman Forum, The Colosseum, The Arch of Constantine, Circus Maximus and much more.
Time at your own leisure or join us on a Christmas Dinner and a stroll through Rome's most popular piazzas now ornated with beautiful nativities and illuminated fountains dotting the winding streets of the historical city center before leaving for Venice.
Day 5
Venice - Return Home
Half a day visit of Venice - during the magical time of the year it provides a fantastic opportunity to walk down alleyways alongside canals, observe and feel transported back to another age.
Arrangements can be made for a serenaded and charming gondola ride that provides a very special view of the city and make up for a perfect coronation of our tour (not included)
We will leave Italy with memories that last for a lifetime. The homeward journey is leading us through Switzerland and we will arrive at points of origin late night-early morning!
MAIN HIGHLIGHTS
Florence Orientation Tour
A walking tour which aims to give you an understanding of the ancient city with its magnificent Cathedral, the Duomo, and the neighboring Baptistery most stunning piazzas, and inspiring churches. Piazza della Signoria, the city’s political center, both ancient and modern, and a place from where we spread out for Museum visits, shopping, time on your own leisure.
Santa Maria del Fiore
Santa Maria del Fiore (also known simply as the Duomo) is the cathedral of Florence known for its distinctive Renaissance dome. Its name ("Saint Mary of the Flower") refers to the lily, the symbol of Florence. The impressive Gothic cathedral complex includes the Duomo, the famous baptistery and a campanile.
Michaelangelo's David
Michelangelo has depicted David before the battle. Davis is tense, but not so much in a physical as in a mental sense. The slingshot he carries over his shoulder is almost invisible, emphasizing that David's victory was one of cleverness, not sheer force.Firenze was surrounded by enemies that much stronger and more numerous than the city was. When the statue of David was placed on the square in front of the city hall (where you can now find a copy), the people of Firenze immediately identified with him, as a cunning victor over superior enemies
Peruzzi Leather Factory
Italian leather purses,handbags, jackets and accessories made in Florence: Peruzzi is a master in fine leather clothing and accessories. The company started in 1948 in Florence and just like 50 years ago you will still find in our products the same quality, workmanship, exacting care of details and strict manufacturing specifications.
Full Day Excursion Pompeii, Capri, Sorrento
A Guided tour to the most popular places in Italy: archaeological excavations Pompeii, the coastal village of Sorrento from which we embark for Capri where you have time on your own leisure to enjoying leisurely walk through the Gardens of Augustus and enjoy a exclusive and scenic Capri. € 87
Pompeii
A town that "disappeared" nearly two thousand years ago under the ashes of the - and still impressive - Mount Vesuvius. Nothing really prepares the visitor for Pompeii: the size, the location and the sad stillness of what was once a thriving town until that August day in the year 79. You have to experience its sophistication (under floor heating, plumbing and decorated buildings) to realize how advanced the Roman civilization was.
Sorrento
The words of the song "Come back to Sorrento" together with "O sole mio" are probably the most familiar in the world. Amidst the color and noise of all the small towns fringing the Bay of Naples.
Capri Island
The Island of Capri is one of the most picturesque and visited locations in Italy. Rustic villas, lemon groves and charming parks make Capri one of Italy's most beautiful destinations. In the latter half of the 19th century, it became a popular resort for European artists, writers and other celebrities and remains until today a popular tourist destination both Italians and foreigners.
The Vatican Museum & St Peters Cathedral
Brilliantly decorated and lined with masterpieces, the museums are brimming with treasures and history. Your guide will lead you through the 2000 rooms that stretch over almost nine miles, and point out highlights of the museums such as Michelangelo's famous Creation of Adam fresco in the Sistine Chapel and Raphael's Rooms. After taking in the Vatican Museums, you will encounter another of Michelangelo's masterpieces, La Pieta, in St Peter's Basilica and admire magnificent St Peter's Square, as you discover Bernini's ingenious use of optical illusion. € 46
Midnight Mass at St Peter's
Likely the most famous Midnight Mass in the world, Christmas Eve services at St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City are once-in-a-lifetime event no matter if you are inside St. Peter's Basilica or if you are staying in St. Peter's Square -- next to the life-size nativity scene watching the mass on large video screens. The warm energy and joy of fellow pilgrims in the square that night adds to the magical experience.
Rome
Modern and old, past and present go side by side, all the time. You will encounter ancient monuments, medieval and Renaissance buildings and fountains, and great museums. It is is the capital of modern Italy and boasts many fine restaurants and cafes, good nightlife, and lively streets and squares. Rome offers attractions for any taste and allows to enjoy its life by just strolling strolling through the streets.
Rome Dinner & Illumination tour
We start the evening with a traditional Italian meal and music to end the night with a walk through the vibrant streets and squares of the historical center, passing by illuminated Palaces, Monuments and Fountains. Throw your coin in the Trevi Fountain with the wish to come back to Rome. € 38
Christmas Day Blessing
The Pope blesses pilgrims from the central balcony of St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican Dec. 25 during his Christmas Day blessing "urbi et orbi"
Forum Romanum
The Roman Forum (Forum Romanum) began as a market place, but became the economic, political, and religious hub, town square, and center of all Rome. Today, the forum can look like a disorderly collection of ruins to the uninitiated, but with some imagination you can see the Roman empire come back to life at this site. Remains of many buildings from different periods are visible; the forum was littered with temples, basilicas and triumphal arches.
Rome City Tour
This tour highlights most of the best known sites of Ancient Rome, including the Coliseum, the Roman Forum, the Capitoline Hill,..... You’ll be led by a expert tour guide that will give you all the information with their passion for the heritage and history of the Eternal City.
The Colosseum
...the greatest amphitheater of the antiquity - was built in Rome, Italy, about 1920 years ago. It is considered an architectural and engineering wonder, and remains as a standing proof of both the grandeur and the cruelty of the Roman world.
Christmas Market Piazza Navona
Piazza Navona, home to the spectacular Fountain of the Moor and the Fountain of Neptune, is where Rome's biggest and most traditional Christmas Market takes place. Meet Santa Claus, see nativity scenes and browse the many stalls for Christmas goodies.
Nativity Scenes
Romans erect elaborate presepi (Nativity scenes) across the city, from life-size tableaux on the Spanish Steps and before St. Peter's to countless crèches in church chapels, all populated by papier-mâché or terracotta figurines and most with a pizza parlor tucked between the shops of the Bethlehem backdrop.
The Trevi Fountain
The Trevi Fountain is the most famous and arguably the most beautiful fountain in all of Rome. It is situated at the end of the Aqua Virgo, an aqueduct constructed in 19 BC. It brings water all the way from the Salone Springs (approx 20km from Rome) and supplies the fountains in the historic center of Rome with water. Legend has it you will return to Rome if you throw a coin into the water. You will surely have a possibility to toss the coin over your shoulder with your back to the fountain.
Venice
Venice is one of the most interesting and lovely places in the world. This sanctuary on a lagoon is virtually the same as it was six hundred years ago, which adds to the fascinating character. Venice has decayed since its heyday and is heavily touristed (there are slightly more tourists than residents), but the romantic charm remains. A walk through narrow calli (paths), across the 400 bridges that span the 114 canals will reviel modern live an old world charisma.
Gondola Ride
Float beneath bridges, beside cafes, under balconies as your gondolier sweeps you down the Grand Canal. A relaxing and romantic gondola ride reveals all the charm, excitement and passion that is Venice — and The Venetian. € 36
Murano Glas
Glassmakers, on the island of Murano in the Venetian Lagoon, developed or refined technologies such as crystalline glass, glass with threads of gold, multicolored glass, and imitation gemstones made of glass. They also were the only people in Europe who knew how to make glass mirrors. Their virtual monopoly on quality glass lasted for centuries and still today Murano's artisans do produce beautiful works of contemporary art from glass.
Lace School
Venetian lace has been sought after since the time of Christopher Columbus. It is handcrafted on the island of Burano, a quaint old fishing village well worth your visit. Observe women at their craft in an old lace-making school dating back to over a century ago.
Venice Water Bus
The Vaporetto get both locals and visitors to the places they want and need to go throughout Venice. Because traveling the canals is the easiest way to get around the city, the water bus have long been the most efficient and cost-effective modes of transportation, aside from walking.

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New This Year!
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Europe's Northwest couldn't be more diverse and yet intriguingly intertwined as is experienced on this unique trip setting the scene for the holidays.

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ITINERARY SUMMARY
 
Day 1
Evening departure from selected pickup locations


PM post work hours departure from selected pickup locations.
Day 2
Amsterdam - Cruise to Newcastle, England


Day 3
Newcastle - Edinburgh


Day 4
The Highlands


Day 5
The Hadrian wall - Newcastle


Day 6
Amsterdam - Brussels - Return


MAIN HIGHLIGHTS
Amsterdam
Although the seat of Netherlands government is in The Hague, Amsterdam is the nominal capital. It is also the country's largest city, with a population of more than 750,000, with impressive architecture, canals that criss cross the city, great shopping, and friendly people There is something for every traveler's taste here, whether you prefer culture and history, serious partying, or just the relaxing charm of an old European city.
Anne Frank House
The former hiding place, where Anne Frank wrote her diary, is now a well-known museum. The museum tells the history of the eight people in hiding and those who helped them during the war. Anne Frank's diary is among the original objects on display.
Canal Ride in A'dam
The number of canals have led Amsterdam to become known as “The Venice of the North”. A canal tour can be both fascinating and relaxing by day and enchanting and romantic at night when many of the houses and bridges are illuminated. Providing a unique view of the city, this is one tourist attraction that is popular with both locals and tourists, old and young folks alike. € 12
Scotland
Scotland is about half the size of England, and covers 30,414 sq miles. Roughly two-thirds of the country is mountain and moorland. A small nation, its 5, 000,000 people live predominantly in the narrow central belt between its two major cities, Glasgow a
Edinburgh
Edinburgh is justly named Europe's festival capital. All year round, millions of visitors are drawn to the city for a series of remarkable social and scientific events. Medieval buildings share the pavements with striking modern structures, centuries ol
Edinburgh Castle
Edinburgh Castle dominates Scotland's capital city from its great rock. Its story has helped shape the nation's story. Battles and sieges were fought over it, royalty lived and died within its walls, and countless generations have been and inspired by it. The Scots and English struggled for control of the castle during the Wars of Independence. In 1314 it was recaptured from the English in a daring night raid led by Thomas Randolph, nephew of King Robert the Bruce. € 18
Excursions to the Highlands
A scenic day where rugged mountains and wooded slopes are reflected in the waters of lochs. We start our day in "Braveheart" country, past Bannockburn and Stirling with its crag-top castle. This is Scotland's heritage capital, where the Wars of Independen € 45
The Handrian's Wall
At the time of Julius Ceasar's first small invasion of the south coast of Britain in 55 BC, the British Isles, like much of mainland Europe was inhabited by many Celtic tribes loosely united by a similar language and culture but nevertheless each distinct. He returned the next year and encountered the 4000 war chariots of the Catevellauni in a land "protected by forests and marshes, and filled with a great number of men and cattle." He defeated the Catevellauni and then withdrew, though not before establishing treaties and alliances. Thus began the Roman occupation of Britain
Bastogne & Memorial
Sunday, December the 16th 1944. Everything is quiet and the people of the Ardennes have their mind set on the first Christmas since the liberation of Belgium. Suddenly hell breaks loose. Hundreds of German artillery weapons try to take with an unseen destructive power the American positions in the Belgian Ardennes. A total of 250.000 soldiers, accompanied by a 1.000 tanks try to march through the Ardennes. Their goal : first take Bastogne, head for the Meuse river and then push to the north of Belgium to take Antwerp and its strategic harbor
Brussels
Brussels, city in central Belgium, capital and largest city of the country. The orientation tour will introduce the Atomium, the Royal Palace, the Sacre Coeur of Brussels, L a Grand Place to mention a few. This stop gives you the opportunity wandering aro
Belgium
Belgium is a small, highly developed and densely populated country (10 million of inhabitants) at the cross-roads of Western Europe. Belgium is one of the founding members of the European Community, and its capital, Brussels, is also the capital of the European Union. It is a federal state, with 3 relatively autonomous regions: Flanders in the north, where the language is Dutch ("Flemish"), Wallonia in the south, where the language is French, and the centrally located Brussels, which is officially bilingual. Belgium's rich history has left impressive churches, town halls, castles and works of art, dating back to the early Middle Ages, spread around the cities and country-side.
Belgian Chocolate
When it comes to chocolates, there are the everyday candy bars we consume every day, the more exotic Godiva or Ghirardelli-style chocolates found in coffee houses and specialty stores, and then there is Belgian chocolate. Belgian chocolate is considered to be the gourmet standard by which all other chocolate confections are measured. Even the Swiss, known for their own high quality chocolate, imported the basic recipe from French and Belgian chocolatiers.
Grand Place
La Grand-Place in Brussels is a remarkably homogeneous body of public and private buildings, dating mainly from the late 17th century. The architecture provides a vivid illustration of the level of social and cultural life of the period in this important political and commercial centre.. Every two years in August, an enormous "flower carpet" is set up in the Grand Place for a few days. A million colourful begonias are set up in patterns, and the display covers a full 24 by 77 metres (79 by 253 ft), for area total of 1,800 square metres (19,000 sq ft).[3] The first flower carpet was made in 1971, and due to its popularity, the tradition continued
Bastogne & Memorial
Sunday, December the 16th 1944. Everything is quiet and the people of the Ardennes have their mind set on the first Christmas since the liberation of Belgium. Suddenly hell breaks loose. Hundreds of German artillery weapons try to take with an unseen destructive power the American positions in the Belgian Ardennes. A total of 250.000 soldiers, accompanied by a 1.000 tanks try to march through the Ardennes. Their goal : first take Bastogne, head for the Meuse river and then push to the north of Belgium to take Antwerp and its strategic harbor € 12

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24 Pickup Locations
€499 /€399 /€150
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New This Year
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Portugal and Spain are today as much of testimony to the reshaping of our world as they were a magnet to some of history's most notable explorers and thriving merchants and this trip will help us delve into their fascinating origins depicted by beautiful architecture, tasty foods and fascinating cultures. From picturesque Porto to vibrant Lisbon and Andalusian Spain we even fit in a rare opportunity for a day trip to Morocco for that exotic escape from the ordinary.

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Cascais
 
Cordoba
 
Costa Del Sol
 
Évora
 
Granada
 
Lisbon
 
Porto
 
Seville
 
Sintra
 
Torremolinos
 
Tangier
ITINERARY SUMMARY
 
Day 1
Departure from selected pickup locations in Germany

Departure from various pickup locations. Airport transfer and flight to Porto, Portugal.
Meet and greet your tour manager at the airport, orientation tour, check-in after lunch time. Enjoy an evening outing tip toeing into fine Portuguese cuisine and thriving nightlife.
Day 2
Porto - Obidos - Lisbon
Following Breakfast and check out and time at own leisure.
Following some time for lunch we leave for The mediaeval town of Óbidos is one of the most picturesque gems of Portugal.
We then continue to Lisbon and check into our hotel.
Day 3
Lisbon - Sintra
We spend the morning hours being introduced to the Capital's main highlights accompanied by our local guide.
Enjoy remainder of the evening exploring or else you may wish to join us on optional excursion to Sintra.
See your tour guide for an opportunity to attend a typical Fado dinner show.
Day 4
Evora - Seville
We leave this morning for the inland town of Evora most famous for 16th century chapel decorated with bones, skulls, and entire bodies hanging from the wall.
Following some time for lunch we continue to the Andalusian pearl city of Seville and check into our hotel.
Enjoy the remainder of the day exploring.
Day 5
Seville - Torremolinos
We dedicate the morning to touring Seville's main attractions such as Alcazar.
We continue our journey in the afternoon to Costa De Sol and check into our hotel in the resort town of Torremolinos.
Enjoy the evening investigating the vibrant nightlife.
Day 6
Excursion to Tangier Morocco.
Enjoy the day at own leisure or else join us on a full day excursion to Tangier Morocco where exotic flair ranges from beautiful coastline to great shopping and tasty cuisine.

Day 7
Granada - Cordoba Day Excursion
Enroute to Madrid we are to dedicate the morning to visiting Granada's eternalized Alhambra Palace followed by some time to explore.
We arrive in the afternoon to Cordova to visit among others one of the great examples of the Moorish architectural masterpieces.
Via high Speed train we arrive to Madrid in the evening and check into our hotel
Day 8
Homeward flight
Joined by our local guide we tour the Capital's most prominent sights before taking the remainder of the day to explore.
You may choose to join us on an excursion to nearby Toledo an ancient city set on a hill above the plains of Castilla-La Mancha in central Spain and particularly known for the medieval Arab, Jewish and Christian monuments in its walled old city. It was also the former home of Mannerist painter El Greco.
As a finale to this memorable we recommend a Flamenco Dinner show.
MAIN HIGHLIGHTS
Espana
Spain is a treasure-trove of arts and culture brimming with fabulous flamenco, music, history, painting, architecture, literature, cinema, sport, bullfighting and fiestas! The exuberance of the Spaniards and the glorious predictability of the summer weath
Porto
The history of this now great city had humble beginnings
Portugal
Portugal is one of the most inexpensive and fascinating destinations in Europe. It has a rich seafaring past, superb beach resorts, wistful towns and cities, and a landscape wreathed in olive groves, vineyards and wheat fields. Four decades of dictatorshi
Sintra
€ 25
Seville
Seville certainly is one of the most beloved places by visitors to Spain. Although today Moorish influence is architectonically most evident - Andalusia was occupied by Moors for about 800 years - it has been a cultural center long before. The fertility of this land and its favorised climate with mild winters and about 3000 hours of sun per year made Phoenicians and Carthaginians settle here. Later came Romans, like almost to any place in Europe, and two of their emperors, Trajan and Hadrian, in fact were born here. Also lateron Seville was the home of famous and infamous figures of history, the legendary "Don Juan" started from here to conquer the hearts of women across all Europe, while Columbus started from a port close to Seville to discover a new world. Prosper Merimée's "Carmen", who couldn't make her decision between the officer Don José and the bullfighter Escamillo - the consequences you can watch still today in opera houses - was a worker in Seville's old tobacco factory. By the way, this factory serves today as University, a fact that might give you a glimpse on Andalusian talent for improvisation. Some highlights are the Real Alcázar, THe minaret of La Giralda, Puente de Isabel II and much more..
Lisbon
Lisboa offers its visitors an endless selection of things to see and do. Both the lovers of daytime outings and those who prefer nightlife will be spoilt for choice: the city offers a wide variety of museums and monuments, parks and gardens, and internati
Obidos
Óbidos is a picture-postcard town, flower-covered balconies, whitewashed houses, roofs of orange tiles and narrow cobblestone streets -- all surrounded by Moorish walls and dominated by an old castle. This tiny walled town has hardly changed at all since
Time Permitting
Andalusia
Andalusia - region situated between two continents and bathed by two oceans. The name dates from the short period of the presence of the Vandals (409-429 BC). Before these settle Phoenicians (900 BC), Greeks (600 BC) and Romans (3rd century B.C.- 4th century A.C.) there, later on reigned the Visigoths for almost two centuries (5th.-7th.) and finally conquered the Arabs (711 - 1492) the whole region, leaving the most impressive testimonies in Andalusia. With the Spanish-Christian reconquest Andalusia became the launching point for the discovery and conquest of the "New Eorld". This marks the beginning of the golden age.
Torremolinos
Abundant beach front cafés (called Chiringuitos) selling fried fish, snacks and refreshments, which is just as well as the walk back from the main beach into the town centre is uphill all the way. There are bars in abundance proclaiming their heritage to one nationality of another; Irish, English, Dutch, German you name it Torremolinos is likely to have it. The busy nightclubs pump out the latest music and stay open until dawn or even later. Make no mistakes Torremolinos is about having fun.
Morocco
€ 95
Alhambra
The name Alhambra comes from an Arabic root which means "red or crimson castle", perhaps due to the hue of the towers and walls that surround the entire hill of La Sabica which by starlight is silver but by sunlight is transformed into gold. But there is another more poetic version, evoked by the Moslem analysts who speak of the construction of the Alhambra fortress "by the light of torches", the reflections of which gave the walls their particular coloration. Created originally for military purposes, the Alhambra was an alcazaba (fortress), an alcázar (palace) and a small medina (city), all in one. This triple character helps to explain many distinctive features of the monument. There is no reference to the Alhambra as being a residence of kings until the 13th century, even though the fortress had existed since the 9th century. The first kings of Granada, the Zirites, had their castles and palaces on the hill of the Albaicin, and nothing remains of them. The Nasrites were probably the emirs who built the Alhambra, starting in 1238. € 45
Cordoba
Cordoba was founded by the Romans and due to its strategic importance as the highest navigable point of the Guadalquivir River, it became a port city of great importance, used for shipping Spanish olive oil, wine and wheat back to Ancient Rome. The Romans built the mighty bridge crossing the river, now called "El Puente Romano". But Cordoba's hour of greatest glory was when it became the capital of the Moorish kingdom of El-Andalus, and this was when work began on the Great Mosque, or "Mezquita", which – after several centuries of additions and enlargements – became one of the largest in all of Islam. When the city was reconquered by the Christians in 1236, the new rulers of the city were so awed by its beauty that they left it standing, building their cathedral in the midst of its rows of arches and columns, and creating the extraordinary church-mosque we see today € 35
Flamenco Dance & Dinner
Flamenco is a dance style developed by the Andalusian gypsies, and usually performed with extraordnary energy to music of the Spanish guitar. Nowadays such a show is accompaigend with a full course meals in rsutic atmosphere setting that puts us in the respectve frame of mind with unlimited sangria or wine that is! € 75

Note: Listed priced activities are offered as optional excursion package, listed highlights may be require entrance fees to access that can be paid for locally and may be subject to availability and holiday closures.

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Explore the land of Explorers!
€699

Explore the world of explorers and delve into their fascinating origins depicted by beautiful architecture, tasty foods and dramatic countryside. From picturesque Porto to vibrant Lisbon and from Andalusian Spain to majestic Madrid this rare trip promises nothing short of an an ultimate experience you sure don't want to miss! It even offers an opportunity fro a day trip to Morocco for that exotic escape from the ordinary.

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 Featuring:
Cascais
 
Cordoba
 
Costa Del Sol
 
Évora
 
Granada
 
Lisbon
 
Madrid
 
Porto
 
Seville
 
Sintra
 
Toledo
 
Torremolinos
 
Tangier
ITINERARY SUMMARY
 
Day 1
Departure from selected pickup locations in Germany

Departure from various pickup locations. Airport transfer and flight to Porto, Portugal.
Meet and greet your tour manager at the airport, orientation tour, check-in after lunch time. Enjoy an evening outing tip toeing into fine Portuguese cuisine and thriving nightlife.
Day 2
Porto - Obidos - Lisbon
Following Breakfast and check out and time at own leisure.
Following some time for lunch we leave for The mediaeval town of Óbidos is one of the most picturesque gems of Portugal.
We then continue to Lisbon and check into our hotel.
Day 3
Lisbon
We spend the morning hours being introduced to the Capital's main highlights accompanied by our local guide.
Enjoy remainder of the evening exploring or else you may wish to join us on optional excursion to Sintra.
See your tour guide for an opportunity to attend a typical Fado dinner show.
Day 4
Evora - Seville
We leave this morning for the inland town of Evora most famous for 16th century chapel decorated with bones, skulls, and entire bodies hanging from the wall.
Following some time for lunch we continue to the Andalusian pearl city of Seville and check into our hotel.
Enjoy the remainder of the day exploring.
Day 5
Seville - Torremolinos
We dedicate the morning to touring Seville's main attractions such as Alcazar.
We continue our journey in the afternoon to Costa De Sol and check into our hotel in the resort town of Torremolinos.
Enjoy the evening investigating the vibrant nightlife.
Day 6
Excursion to Tangier Morocco.
Enjoy the day at own leisure or else join us on a full day excursion to Tangier Morocco where exotic flair ranges from beautiful coastline to great shopping and tasty cuisine.

Day 7
Granada - Cordoba - Madrid
Enroute to Madrid we are to dedicate the morning to visiting Granada's eternalized Alhambra Palace followed by some time to explore.
We arrive in the afternoon to Cordova to visit among others one of the great examples of the Moorish architectural masterpieces.
Via high Speed train we arrive to Madrid in the evening and check into our hotel
Day 8
Madrid - Toledo
Joined by our local guide we tour the Capital's most prominent sights before taking the remainder of the day to explore.
You may choose to join us on an excursion to nearby Toledo an ancient city set on a hill above the plains of Castilla-La Mancha in central Spain and particularly known for the medieval Arab, Jewish and Christian monuments in its walled old city. It was also the former home of Mannerist painter El Greco.
As a finale to this memorable we recommend a Flamenco Dinner show.
Day 9
Homeward flight
Airport transfers and homeward flights.

MAIN HIGHLIGHTS
Espana
Spain is a treasure-trove of arts and culture brimming with fabulous flamenco, music, history, painting, architecture, literature, cinema, sport, bullfighting and fiestas! The exuberance of the Spaniards and the glorious predictability of the summer weath
Porto
The history of this now great city had humble beginnings
Portugal
Portugal is one of the most inexpensive and fascinating destinations in Europe. It has a rich seafaring past, superb beach resorts, wistful towns and cities, and a landscape wreathed in olive groves, vineyards and wheat fields. Four decades of dictatorshi
Sintra
€ 25
Seville
Seville certainly is one of the most beloved places by visitors to Spain. Although today Moorish influence is architectonically most evident - Andalusia was occupied by Moors for about 800 years - it has been a cultural center long before. The fertility of this land and its favorised climate with mild winters and about 3000 hours of sun per year made Phoenicians and Carthaginians settle here. Later came Romans, like almost to any place in Europe, and two of their emperors, Trajan and Hadrian, in fact were born here. Also lateron Seville was the home of famous and infamous figures of history, the legendary "Don Juan" started from here to conquer the hearts of women across all Europe, while Columbus started from a port close to Seville to discover a new world. Prosper Merimée's "Carmen", who couldn't make her decision between the officer Don José and the bullfighter Escamillo - the consequences you can watch still today in opera houses - was a worker in Seville's old tobacco factory. By the way, this factory serves today as University, a fact that might give you a glimpse on Andalusian talent for improvisation. Some highlights are the Real Alcázar, THe minaret of La Giralda, Puente de Isabel II and much more..
Lisbon
Lisboa offers its visitors an endless selection of things to see and do. Both the lovers of daytime outings and those who prefer nightlife will be spoilt for choice: the city offers a wide variety of museums and monuments, parks and gardens, and internati
Andalusia
Andalusia - region situated between two continents and bathed by two oceans. The name dates from the short period of the presence of the Vandals (409-429 BC). Before these settle Phoenicians (900 BC), Greeks (600 BC) and Romans (3rd century B.C.- 4th century A.C.) there, later on reigned the Visigoths for almost two centuries (5th.-7th.) and finally conquered the Arabs (711 - 1492) the whole region, leaving the most impressive testimonies in Andalusia. With the Spanish-Christian reconquest Andalusia became the launching point for the discovery and conquest of the "New Eorld". This marks the beginning of the golden age.
Torremolinos
Abundant beach front cafés (called Chiringuitos) selling fried fish, snacks and refreshments, which is just as well as the walk back from the main beach into the town centre is uphill all the way. There are bars in abundance proclaiming their heritage to one nationality of another; Irish, English, Dutch, German you name it Torremolinos is likely to have it. The busy nightclubs pump out the latest music and stay open until dawn or even later. Make no mistakes Torremolinos is about having fun.
Morocco
€ 95
Alhambra
The name Alhambra comes from an Arabic root which means "red or crimson castle", perhaps due to the hue of the towers and walls that surround the entire hill of La Sabica which by starlight is silver but by sunlight is transformed into gold. But there is another more poetic version, evoked by the Moslem analysts who speak of the construction of the Alhambra fortress "by the light of torches", the reflections of which gave the walls their particular coloration. Created originally for military purposes, the Alhambra was an alcazaba (fortress), an alcázar (palace) and a small medina (city), all in one. This triple character helps to explain many distinctive features of the monument. There is no reference to the Alhambra as being a residence of kings until the 13th century, even though the fortress had existed since the 9th century. The first kings of Granada, the Zirites, had their castles and palaces on the hill of the Albaicin, and nothing remains of them. The Nasrites were probably the emirs who built the Alhambra, starting in 1238. € 18
Cordoba
Cordoba was founded by the Romans and due to its strategic importance as the highest navigable point of the Guadalquivir River, it became a port city of great importance, used for shipping Spanish olive oil, wine and wheat back to Ancient Rome. The Romans built the mighty bridge crossing the river, now called "El Puente Romano". But Cordoba's hour of greatest glory was when it became the capital of the Moorish kingdom of El-Andalus, and this was when work began on the Great Mosque, or "Mezquita", which – after several centuries of additions and enlargements – became one of the largest in all of Islam. When the city was reconquered by the Christians in 1236, the new rulers of the city were so awed by its beauty that they left it standing, building their cathedral in the midst of its rows of arches and columns, and creating the extraordinary church-mosque we see today € 15
Madrid
MADRID became Spain's capital simply through its geographical position at the centre of Iberia. When Philip II moved the seat of government here in 1561 his aim was to create a symbol of the unification and centralization of the country... There may be fe
Toledo
Toledo is one of Spain's most magnificent historical monuments. It's an intact medieval city of narrow winding streets perched on a small hill above the Río Tajo. The city is crammed with fascinating museums, galleries, churches and castles. Unfortunately € 35
Flamenco Dance & Dinner
Flamenco is a dance style developed by the Andalusian gypsies, and usually performed with extraordnary energy to music of the Spanish guitar. Nowadays such a show is accompaigend with a full course meals in rsutic atmosphere setting that puts us in the respectve frame of mind with unlimited sangria or wine that is! € 75

Note: Listed priced activities are offered as optional excursion package, listed highlights may be require entrance fees to access that can be paid for locally and may be subject to availability and holiday closures.

 Departures & Prices

U.S. Army Europe Training Holidays

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Tour (Travel Days)
Holiday
Departing - Returning
Price
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Thanksgiving
Tue, Nov 24, 20
Sun, Nov 29, 20
€499Up
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Thanksgiving
Wed, Nov 25, 20
Sun, Nov 29, 20
€349
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Christmas
Wed, Dec 23, 20
Sun, Dec 27, 20
€399
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Christmas
Tue, Dec 29, 20
Sat, Jan 2, 21
€279
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MLK Day
Thu, Jan 14, 21
Mon, Jan 18, 21
€369Up
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Presidents Day
Thu, Feb 11, 21
Mon, Feb 15, 21
€369Up
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March Training Hldy
Thu, Mar 25, 21
Mon, Mar 29, 21
€369Up
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March Training Hldy
Fri, Mar 26, 21
Sun, Apr 4, 21
€0
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Easter
Tue, Apr 6, 21
Sun, Apr 11, 21
€499Up
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Easter
Tue, Apr 13, 21
Sat, Apr 17, 21
€399Up
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Memorial Day
Wed, May 26, 21
Mon, May 31, 21
€499Up
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Memorial Day
Thu, May 27, 21
Mon, May 31, 21
€399Up
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Memorial Day
Thu, May 27, 21
Mon, May 31, 21
€369Up
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Memorial Day
Sat, May 29, 21
Sat, Jun 5, 21
€549Up
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June Training
Sat, Jun 19, 21
Sat, Jun 26, 21
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June Training
Thu, Jun 24, 21
Mon, Jun 28, 21
€369Up
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4th of July
Thu, Jul 1, 21
Mon, Jul 5, 21
€399Up
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4th of July
Thu, Jul 1, 21
Mon, Jul 5, 21
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Aug Training Hldy
Wed, Aug 11, 21
Sun, Aug 15, 21
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Aug Training Hldy
Thu, Aug 12, 21
Mon, Aug 16, 21
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Labor Day
Wed, Sep 1, 21
Mon, Sep 6, 21
€499Up
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Labor Day
Thu, Sep 2, 21
Mon, Sep 6, 21
€399Up
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Labor Day
Thu, Sep 2, 21
Mon, Sep 6, 21
€369Up
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Christmas
Mon, Nov 29, 21
Thu, Dec 9, 21
€2995
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