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The Best of Croatia in a Nutshell!

A rare find and a fantastic opportunity to explore some of the Adriatic's most beautiful pearls from resort town of Split to Zadar and Havr Island highlighting Beautiful Dubrovnik today's filming sites for King's Landing such as St Dominika Street, Bokar Fortress and more... ...


Day 1
Evening departure
Evening departure from selected locations.

Day 2
Zadar - Split
Morning arrival to Zadar and orientation tour followed by some free to explore.
We then depart for Split to investigate some of Croatia's main coastal attractions.
We finish our last leg of the journey in Split, the second-largest city in Croatia and the largest city in the region of Dalmatia. Our local guide will point out its most important landmarks before checking into our first-class hotel. 2
Day 3
Dubrovnik Excursion
Spend the day in Split, or else you may opt to join us on an excursion to Dubrovnik as we travel south, one of Europe's most charming Gems. The city of Dubrovnik and one that is repeatedly ranked among the must-sees of the Adriatic. A tour of the city and its walls offers a perfect understanding of what this unique capital is one of the most interesting in the Mediterranean sea.
Free time to enjoy great shopping and stunning views before returning to Split.
Day 4
Split - Havr
Sleep in this morning and indulge, walk the streets and markets of Split for the remainder of the day.
The afternoon is free for your own activities or join us on an excursion to the picturesque island of Hvar.
Later this evening we leave Split for our return overnight to journey onto Austria.
Day 5
Salzburg - Home
Upon arrival to the city of music, we are joined by our local guide for a walking tour pointing out the most prominent landmark, among them the Mozart's House. There will be plenty of time to explore, enjoy lunch and collect Austrian memorabilia before continuing our journey home.
Early to the late evening, return to points of origin.

The three-thousand-year-old city's heart is its Old Town, which offers fantastic sightseeing attractions, including Roman ruins, medieval architecture, and numerous old churches. Equally tempting for visitors are beautiful beaches along Zadar's coastline, an ideal location to swim and relax. What more is there to ask for? /
Hvar is a beautiful Croatian island off the Dalmatian Coast, favored for its spectacular beaches, lavender fields, and lush vineyards. Hvar Town with Gothic palaces, stunning churches, and an imposing old fortress. The natural beauty of Hvar offers plenty of outdoor recreation, from hiking on the cliffs to swimming in the secluded coves and beaches. Join us on this full-day outing. €45/ €30
Overlooking the calm blue waters of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik is one of the world's most magnificent walled cities. The city has often been referred to as the "Pearl of the Adriatic." It was inducted into the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979 as a city of rich culture and history. Join our local guide to discover the city and take time to stroll through the historical city center during the time at your leisure. €55/ €40
Salzburg is world-famous for many things. Mozart's birthplace, setting for the musical The Sound of Music, and hosting each year the prominent Salzburg Music and Drama Festival. The splendor and well-preserved Barrock architecture of the once-powerful Bishopric city is a perfect backdrop to experience this centerstage of culture and added it to the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites. /
Mozart's House
The celebrated composer, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, was born on the third floor of the "Hagenauer House" Getreidegasse 9, on January 27, 1756. A museum is now welcoming you into the original rooms containing historical instruments, including Mozart's violin and clavichord. Documents, memorabilia, and portraits painted during his lifetime are reflecting his life in Salzburg. /

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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Europe's Top

When it comes to celebrating the New Year's London is simply UNMATCHED by any other European capital. Whether you wished to treat yourself and love ones to memorable getaway rich in sightseeing and entertainment or making your New Year vows at the foot of Big Ben spearing into London's night skies lighting up with a display of stunning pyrotechnics this great metropolitan city will not fail any of your expectations. ...


Day 1
Evening Departure

Evening departure from selected pickup points.
Day 2
Calais - Dover - London
Early morning channel crossing onto the white Cliffs of Dover before continuing to London. Here a city sightseeing will feature London's best landmarks such as Trafalgar Sq., Piccadilly Circus, Buckingham Palace etc. ending at the Tower of London and Westminster Abbey. We will attended the changing of the guards if scheduled for that given day.
Afternoon hotel check in and free time on your own leisure.
This evening see your tour guide for evening outing suggestions. 2
Day 3
Windsor Castle - Stonehenge Day Excursion- - New Year's Celebrations!!
Enjoy another day at own leisure or else you may decide to join us on the excursions to Windsor Castle & Stonehenge.

This evening join the festivities throughout London and usher the New Year's with Europe's most spectacular Fire Works!
Day 4
New Year's Parade - Free time -Evening return
Discover the city at your own leisure. Perhaps you'd like to join us on a guided walking Harry Potter tour in the afternoon and watch the New Year's Parade

We then depart London for homeward journey.
Day 5
Morning to Midday return to points of origin.

Big Ben
Big Ben is the nickname given to the massive bell inside the clock tower at the northern end of the Palace of Westminster. It is one of the best know London highlights and celebrated 2009 its 150th anniversary. /
New Year's Eve in London
Trafalgar Square is home to one of the world's most famous New Year's Eve parties. Every year thousands of revelers pour into the square (and sometimes the fountains) to welcome the New Year to the sound of Big Ben's chimes. /
Westminster Abbey
The Abbey is a must-see with the remarkable history of Kings, queens, statesmen, soldiers, poets, priests, heroes, and villains. Today, it is a burial ground for some of the most famous politicians, sovereigns, and artists. This includes Charles Darwin, Sir Isaac Newton, and David Livingstone. /
Trafalgar Square
As the gateway between the central shopping district of the city center and the West side of the city, no visit to London would be complete without spending some time in Trafalgar Square. It is home to Nelson's Column and other statues and historic features, including the National Gallery, St Martin-in-the-Fields, Canada House, and South Africa House. /
Omnia Omnibus Ubique" – "All Things, For All People, everywhere" is the motto of Britain's most iconic shop. The massive store occupies a 4.5-acre site in London's boasts a unique range of products from pianos to pets, Dior to Dolce, fashion, and food. /
London City Tour
A tour with a professional guide showcasing London's highlights. We will first begin with landmarks like the Tower of London, St Paul's Cathedral, and Westminster Abbey. We will also be visiting historical buildings joined by modern structures like the Shard and the Millennium Bridge, making it today's contemporary city. /
Hyde Parks' Winter Wonderland
For visitors of all ages, the Winter Wonderland is an exciting and festive experience in Hyde Park. It features several lively markets, over 100 rides and attractions from across Europe, a Giant Wheel, numerous live shows, including a circus, ice show, live music, and multiple bars and restaurants. /
London Walks
One of the world's most walkable cities, London is one of a kind. An astonishing variety of walks offered by local guides are provided with any detailed information you have with great passion. /
Harry Potter London Tour
With the help of our local guide, we explore lovely old alleyways on our way across the city. Catch up with your reading to dive back into the magic of The Sorcerer's Stone, The Monument, or Prisoner of Azkaban, or be captivated by your guide's storytelling. €15/ €7
Ghost Walk
Twilight creeps through the narrow alleyways and hidden courtyards of the old, old city. Its gnarled fingers unlock ancient secrets of dark deeds that lie entombed behind crumbling walls. It whispers into the shadowy recesses of a forgotten part of London. /
London Eye
The London Eye is a feat of design and engineering, the first of its kind and the only cantilevered observation wheel globally. It is 443 feet high, making it the fourth-largest Ferris wheel globally, providing one of the best views of London. /
London Theater & Dinner
From long-running classics to contemporary hits, you may wish for London's best shows; we will make it visible and combine it with a dinner before the show. The tour guide will do his ought most to meet your ticket request. €95/ €75
Built as a burial site, Stonehenge is the best preserved and most celebrated of the megalithic monuments of Europe. It was built in several stages. The first monument was an early henge monument, built about 5,000 years ago, and the unique stone circle was established in the late Neolithic period, about 2500 BC. /
Natural History Museum
As well as the permanent dinosaur exhibition, the Natural History Museum boasts a collection of the biggest, tallest and rarest animals in the world. Don't miss the life-sized Blue Whale model, the 40-million-year-old spider, the earthquake simulator, and an elephant bird egg. /
Science Museum
See, touch, and experience the significant scientific advances of the last 300 years at the largest museum of its kind in the world. The Science Museum has over 40 galleries and 2000 hands-on exhibits and its very own highlights, such as the IMAX cinema and virtual reality simulator. /
Hard Rock Café London
The Hard Rock Café London is the first of its kind! It opened the doors on June 14th, 1971, as two Americans thought Europe should have a taste of authentic, down-home American cooking flavored with a heavy dose of rock 'n' roll. The central location near Buckingham Palace and St James Park is the exact location from where the idea spread worldwide. /
Wax museum of Madam Tussaud’s
The first out of 21 wax museums created by the renowned Madame Tussauds is a must-see. With 14 interactive areas, the museum combines glitz, glamour, and incredible history with more than 300 stunning wax figures. This would include historical and royal figures, film stars, sports stars, and famous murderers, all in one place. /
Ice Rinks
Every winter, ice rinks spring up all over London. Most are open late in the evening, and many have special events happening throughout the season. You will have the opportunity to ice skate beside famous landmarks, in the grandest and beautiful settings, at night during the day, as a family or with friends. /
Thames River Cruise
You'll see London from a unique vantage point on the river, including the Tower of London, the Houses Parliament, Tower Bridge, and South Bank; all with an explanation from the captain, a Thames "Waterman." /
Windsor Castle half day tour
Windsor Castle is the oldest and largest occupied castle globally, and it's the official residence of His Majesty the King. Jump-the-line tickets give us access to THE large public areas of the castle and "State Apartments" full of valuable furniture, world-class paintings, artifacts, and armor. The Castle is situated in the heart of the ancient old town of Windsor. Alleyways date back nearly 600 years in a warren of alleyways and are inviting to explore shops, restaurants, and cafes. €65/ €40
Stonehenge & Windsor Castle
A full-day trip to two of the United Kingdom's top historic attractions. The mysterious Stonehenge rock formations are celebrated as the best-preserved megalithic monuments of Europe. Windsor Castle is home to the British royal family, for a tour of the State Apartments and St George’s Chapel, crammed full of valuable furniture, world-class paintings, artifacts, and armor. Jump-the-line tickets are included in the excursion €95/ €65

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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Day 1
Evening Departure

Evening departure from selected pickup points.
Day 2
Pisa - Florence - Rome
Morning arrival to Pisa, famous for the Piazza dei Miracoli (Place of Miracles). The entire religious complex of the Cathedral, Baptistery, Bell Tower (also known as the leaning tower), and Graveyard is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
We continue to Florence, where a city walking tour will feature the cities most famous attractions, such as Accademia, the cathedral St Maria del Fiore, and Palazzo Vecchio at Piazza della Signoria. Free time for more sightseeing or shopping for the cities famous craftsmanship, leather, and gold.
Departure for Rome in the afternoon hours and check-in at our hotel for two nights. 2
Day 3
Rome - The Vatican
Time on your own leisure or join our local guide on an optional tour exploring the highlights of the Vatican Museums, experience The Sistine Chapel, and wander through St Peter's Basilica.
In the afternoon, we embark on a city tour of ancient Rome emphasizing the Roman Forum, Colosseum, Arch of Constantine, Circus Maximus, and much more.
This evening we suggest a memorable dinner and illumination tour through Rome’s city center. The walking tour will reveal the Italian nightlife on the piazzas, illuminated fountains, and the winding streets of the historical city center.
Day 4
Excursion Pompeii- Sorrento - Capri
Free time at own leisure or else join us on a most memorable full-day tour to Pompeii, one of the world's most remarkable archaeological sites, Capri scenic island in Naples Bay, and charming Sorrento key place of the Peninsula. This excursion summarizes the beauty of Italy's south and will fill your mind and with unforgettable memories.

Overnight travel towards Switzerland
Day 5
Lucerne, Switzerland and homeward travel
Waking up with to magnificent panoramic view of the Alps. Free time at Lucerne, a charming city on a picturesque lake.
Continuing via Germany for afternoon arrival at the point of origin.

Although Pisa is known worldwide for its famous Leaning Tower, the magnificent Cathedral, the Baptistery, and the Cemetery with heaps of exciting art., it also contains more than 20 other historic churches, several medieval palaces, and various bridges across the Arno. /
Rome, also known as the Eternal City, is home to some of the world's most historical monuments, art, and architecture. Here you will encounter ancient monuments, medieval and Renaissance buildings and fountains, and great museums. It is the capital of modern Italy and features many fine restaurants and cafes, nightlife, lively streets, and squares. Rome offers attractions for any taste and allows one to enjoy its life by just strolling through the streets. /
Florence Orientation Tour
A walking tour aiming to give you an understanding of the ancient city with its magnificent Cathedral, the Duomo, the adjacent Baptisterys' most stunning piazzas, and inspiring churches. The stroll leads us to the Piazza della Signoria, the city's political center, both ancient and modern, and a place from where we spread out for museum visits, shopping, and your own leisure time. /
The Vatican Museum & St Peters Cathedral
Starting out, a guide will be showing you the brilliantly decorated museums that are lined with masterpieces. 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. €44/ €34
Piazza dei Signori
Once Verona's former center of power, the Piazza dei Signori is now a city square in Padua. With its unique history and contribution to the government, it hosts official civics and government celebrations. It is also where the Dante statue is located and surrounded by critical main buildings of the former city government, including the court and the seat of power of the Scaliger family. /
Peruzzi Leather Factory
Italian leather purses, handbags, jackets, and accessories made in Florence: Peruzzi is a master's in fine leather clothing and accessories. The company started in 1948 in Florence, and just like 50 years ago, you will still find the same quality, workmanship, exacting care of details, and strict manufacturing in our products. /
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's David has become one of the most recognized works of Renaissance sculpture as a symbol of strength and youthful beauty. The colossal size of the statue alone impressed Michelangelo's contemporaries. Also in the details, such as the slingshot he carries on his shoulder, has its very own meaning. /
Full Day Excursion Pompeii, Capri, Sorrento
A guided tour to the most popular places in Italy is a trip you wouldn't want to miss out on. Starting with an archaeological excavation in Pompeii, then to the coastal village of Sorrento, from which we embark for Capri. There you will have your own time to savor a leisurely walk through the Gardens of Augustus and enjoy an exclusive day in Capri. €96/ €75
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 an expert tour guide that will give you all the information with their passion for the heritage and history of the Eternal City. /
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. €39/ €32
The Colosseum
Measuring 189 meters long, 156 meters wide, and 50 meters in height, the Colosseum is the largest amphitheater globally; it was built in Rome, Italy, about 1920 years ago. It is considered an architectural and engineering wonder and remains a standing proof of both the grandeur and the cruelty of the Roman world. /
Forum Romanum
The Roman Forum began as a marketplace but became Rome's economic, political, and religious hub, as well as a town square and center today. The forum can look like a disorderly collection of ruins, but the Roman Empire comes back to life with some imagination and our guide's help. /
Piazza delle Erbe
Once being the Roman Forum is now an excellent open-air market surrounded by historic buildings with frescoes and peppered with sculptures. Having some of the best restaurants in Verona, as well as having places to shop at. It has become a popular meeting point for Veronese since Roman times. /
The Trevi Fountain
The Trevi Fountain is the most famous and arguably the most beautiful fountain in all of Rome. With whimsical and mythical sculpted figures drawing attention to the gracefulness of the fountain, the Trevi Fountain has become a unique symbol of Roman art, sensuality, and power. Legend has it you will return to Rome if you throw a coin into the water. /
Pompeii was an ancient Roman city near modern Naples in Italy. It was destroyed and buried under 4 to 6 meters (13 to 20 feet) of volcanic ash and pumice in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 A.D. Despite being covered in such a large amount of lava, we can still preserve and learn from the remains. /
Sorrento is worth a stop for its laid-back holiday air, beaches, and old streets lined by noble houses. Also famous for its lemons and limoncello, and possibly even the words of the song "Come back to Sorrento" together with "O sole Mio" is perfect for a day of relaxing. The heart of the town is busy Piazza Tasso, surrounded by little streets where you'll find shopping and places to eat. /
Bay of Naples
The Bay of Naples has an excellent climate, a spectacular sea, and magnificent cities constructed centuries ago by the ancient civilizations who passed through the gulf, leaving traces of their art and architecture behind them. From the vibrant and densely populated city of Naples to the elegant Sorrento and the ruins of Pompeii, the bay offers a series of unique and unforgettable towns and seascapes. /
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 a popular tourist destination for both Italians and foreigners. /

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.

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. ...


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

A network of charming canals, stunning waterfronts and architecture, lush green parks, museums, history, fantastic food, and a great nightlife make Amsterdam an excellent place for everybody’s taste. /
Anne Frank House
The museum dedicated to keeping Anne Frank's story alive uses modern media to provide educational background information about Nazi-occupied Amsterdam. The young Jewish girl's diary is on display. The actual hiding place of the family is accessible and a place of reflection. /
Canal Ride in A'dam
Lined with beautiful 17th and 18th-century houses and crossed by hundreds of bridges, the canals are a gorgeous sight and a focal point for Amsterdammers and visitors alike. A canal ride offers a unique window into the city's history and the lifestyle of its residents. €12/ €6
Scotland is about half the size of England and is mainly known for its cities Edinburgh and Glasgow, and its highlands, mountains, and 30,000 lochs. Rich in ancient castles, remote wilderness, dramatic landscapes, and challenging golf, Scotland is a place to visit at least once in your life. /
Medieval buildings share the pavements with striking modern structures, making it one of the most beautiful cities in the UK. The Scottish capital is a center of culture and the arts and is especially well-known for its festivals. /
Edinburgh Castle
Edinburgh Castle is one of the oldest fortified places in Europe. Battles and sieges were fought over it, royalty lived and died within its walls, and countless generations have been and inspired by it. It is alive with many exciting tales with a long, rich history as a royal residence, military garrison, prison, and fortress. €18/ €10
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 Independence. €45/ €25
The Handrians Wall
Built by an Emperor of Rome from AD 117 until AD 138, Hadrian; decided to make a wall to "separate Romans from the barbarians." It is now in ruins due to battles but considered the most essential and substantial of Roman remains in Britain and one of the most dramatic features of the landscape of northern England. /
Belgium's rich history has left impressive architecture and art, dating back to the early Middle Ages. Three distinct linguistic regions developed with three official languages: Flemish-Dutch, French, and German. Count in English as a 4th unofficial language and explore the country. /
La Grand Place
La Grand Place is the central, geographic, and historic heart of Brussels and one of the most memorable squares in Europe. The French army in 1695 almost destroyed the trading center. It was resurrected over time and is now a wonderful hotch-potch of Gothic, opulent baroque, neoclassical, neogothic architecture. UNESCO added the place to the list of World Heritage sites. /
Belgian Chocolate
Ensure you buy genuine handmade Belgian chocolates that are not made anywhere else. There are thousands of varieties to choose from and endless choices to be made. While sightseeing and walking between monument stop by at chocolate shops and find your favored. /
Bastogne & Memorial
The siege of Bastogne, a small Belgium town in the Ardennes, was part of the Battle of the Bulge in December 1944. Visitors of the small town now can trace history, walking through the World War II battlefields, touring the Bastogne War Museum, and honoring the memory of American soldiers at Mardasson Memorial. €12/ €8

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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Europe's Most Colorful Event!

The city of Venice is an extravaganza of sight and sound. From the Bridge of Sighs to the decadent architecture that hangs across the city’s skyline. Echoes of past lives can be found everywhere you go, and this is no more so true than at the Venice Carnival in the ten days before Lent. The Carnival has a tradition that stretches back to Roman times. Join the Festival of mask, with all your senses – 6 senses for 6 sentiri – attend it, feel it for one full day: food tasting, costume parades, free shows. ...


Day 1
Departure to Venice

Departure to Italy from selected points.
Day 2
Morning arrival at Venice, waterbus transfer into Venice's center and orientation tour highlighting the St Mark's Square and it surroundings. Today a costume parade as per Venetian tradition as to set the scene for the splendor and magical atmosphere of a the famous Carnevale. A reminiscent historical parade with hundreds of figures represents the dignitaries and soldiers of the Serenissima Republic, accompanying the twelve “Marie” to St. Mark's Square reminding of the 12 most beautiful girls in the city that were kidnapped and then saved by the Venetian army.
Following some free time to explore and enjoy we leave for nearby Padua for overnight Stay.
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Day 3
Verona - Home
Following breakfast and check out we leave for Verona famous for Romeo & Juliet's Balcony and it Roma Amphitheater.
There will be an opportunity for luch and souvernir shopping before journeying back to poits of origin.
Dinner break enroute in Switzerland.

Milan Shopping
Taking a stroll through elegant streets and the outer limits of the famous Fashion Quadrilatero, we will have the chance to visit the most prestigious boutiques and showrooms in the world. Stunning jewels created by the most renowned name, clothes, and accessories that are to die for, to be owned and flaunted. Just the shoes alone are a work of art. /
Venice Water Bus
The Vaporetto gets 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 has long been the most efficient and cost-effective mode of transportation, aside from walking. /
Arena di Verona
Built in the first century, the Verona Arena is an open-air Roman amphitheater that is still entirely in use today, making it one of the best-preserved ancient structures in the world. The Arena was initially used to host gladiator, circus, and equestrian events. Now it is used to host concerts and, most famously, an opera season every summer, creating a unique atmosphere of an open-air spectacle. /
Piazza dei Signori
Once Verona's former center of power, the Piazza dei Signori is now a city square in Padua. With its unique history and contribution to the government, it hosts official civics and government celebrations. It is also where the Dante statue is located and surrounded by critical main buildings of the former city government, including the court and the seat of power of the Scaliger family. /
Probably better known as the city of St. Anthony or as the economic capital of Veneto, Padua is one of the most important Art Cities in Italy. It is a beautiful, historic city with many piazzas, churches, and rich history and home to one of the oldest universities of Europe. /
Piazza delle Erbe
Once being the Roman Forum is now an excellent open-air market surrounded by historic buildings with frescoes and peppered with sculptures. Having some of the best restaurants in Verona, as well as having places to shop at. It has become a popular meeting point for Veronese since Roman times. /
Venice is one of the most exciting and lovely places in the world. Walking through narrow stone paths across the 400 bridges that span the 114 canals will revile modern life an old-world charisma. This sanctuary on a lagoon is virtually the same as six hundred years ago and has its romantic charm despite its changes over 600 hundred years. /
Carnival in Venice
One of the world's most famous carnivals, the Venetian Carnival, dates to 1162. For ten days before Lent, the streets of Venice are flooded with masked people in full costume. Initially, this was a time for festivities when Venetians allowed themselves to break every law and remain anonymous while using their masks. /
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 of Venice and the Venetians'. €36/
Murano Glas
From the High Middle Ages to the Italian Renaissance, Europe's primary center for luxury glass. Glassmakers were well known and still are for their unparalleled quality, exquisite range of colors, and, not to forget, unmatched craftsmanship. /
Northern lagoon
Linked to the cultural history and beauty of Venice. The Northern Lagoon, with its varied landscape, is famous for its islands like Burano and Torcello. If it weren't for the lagoon mudbanks, shallows, and channels, Venice wouldn't be what is today. /

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.

An extraordinary weekend Getaway awaits you on this northern explorer Mini cruise to Norway, Sweden and Denmark via Hamburg. Intertwined in Europe's foremost origin these countries share the highest quality of life, beautiful scenery and vibrant capitals. From Oslo to Copenhagen we are in for one more beautiful surprise after another. ...


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Evening Departure