2 2
Stunning & Welcoming
€399Up
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... More Info...
 Featuring:
Dubrovnik
 
Havr
 
Split
 
Salzburg
 
Zadar
ITINERARY SUMMARY
 
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 the depart for Split investigating some of Croatia's main coastal attractions.
We finish our last leg of the journey in Split, the second-largest city of Croatia and the largest city of the region of Dalmatia. Our local guide will pointing out its most important landmarks before checking into our first class hotel.
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 one the most interesting in the Mediterranean sea.


Free time to enjoy hreat 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.


Afternoon is free for own activities or else join on an excursion to pictureque island of Havr.
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 among others most prominent landmark of Mozart's House. There will pleinty of time to explore, lunch and collecting Austrian memorabilas before returning to points of origin.


Early to late evening retrun to points of origin.
MAIN HIGHLIGHTS
Croatia
A land whose rich cultural heritage is not discovered only from within the walls of numerous museums, galleries and churches, many of which today, as zero category monuments, are included in a part of the UNESCO World Heritage List, but much more in that magical place on the Mediterranean, where even the shortest stroll becomes a journey down a staircase thousands of years old which takes one through a history that is at the same time turbulent, exciting and glorious. Whether walking the intricate grid of narrow white stone streets and alleys, or revelling in the teeming life of the port towns of Istria, Kvarner or Dalmatia, or climbing the green serpentines of Central Croatia to the fairy-like fortresses and castles, each step is an ever fresh experience, made special by the fact that on her territory as many as four cultural circles meet, intertwine and complement one another - west, east, Central European and the southern spirit of the Mediterranean. Croatia is a land of urban culture which numbers more cities than any other part of the Mediterranean.
Split
Split is a unique jewel of the Roman and Croatian heritage. It was developed out of the walls of Roman emperor Diocletian’s palace 1700 years ago. After extending the emperor’s palace walls the city became the administrative and cultural center of Sp
Zadar
A three thousand-year old city situated on a beautiful coastline rich in history is sure to draw tourists. Such a city is Zadar, located on Croatia’s northern Dalmatian Coast. Zadar could be called the ideal tourist getaway because it offers plenty to see and do without all the crowds of other popular destinations in Croatia. At the heart of the city is its Old Town which offers fantastic sightseeing attractions including Roman ruins, medieval architecture and numerous old churches. Besides the Old Town, tourists will find a string of beautiful beaches all along Zadar’s coastline where they can sunbathe, swim and relax.
Hvar
One of the most popular places to visit in Croatia and in the Adriatic Sea, Hvar is a beautiful Croatian island off the Dalmatian Coast, favored for its landscapes of spectacular beaches, lavender fields and lush vineyards. Hvar’s main city, Hvar Town, is an attractive city, featuring 13th century walls, marble stone streets, Gothic palaces, stunning churches and an imposing old fortress. The town square is one of Croatia’s largest and most beautiful, surrounded by many historic building like the 17th century Arsenal and the Cathedral of St. Stephen. The natural beauty of Hvar offers plenty of outdoor recreation, from hiking in the cliffs to swimming in the secluded coves and beaches. € 45
Dubrovnik
With its sublime location, 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" and 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 you time at own leisure. € 55
Salzburg
Salzburg is world famous for many things. It has one of the best-preserved old towns in the German-speaking world. It is of course, the birth place of Mozart, and it is the setting for the musical The Sound of Music. The city has been carefully preserved over the centuries. The palaces, archbishops’ churches, squares and fountains, and most notably the Fortress, reflect the love of splendor of the once powerful archbishops who ruled the city.
Mozart's House
The Mozart family lived on the third floor of the "Hagenauer House" at Getreidegasse 9 for twenty-six years, from 1747 to 1773. The celebrated composer, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, was born here on January 27, 1756. Nowadays the original Mozart rooms at Mozart's Birthplace containing historic instruments, documents, memorabilia and most of the portraits painted during his lifetime. The street and court yard of this well visited place are still kept the same as they were to Mozart’s childhood.

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
€469 /€399 /€120
10 Pickup Locations
€429 /€369 /€120
10 Pickup Locations
€399 /€339 /€120
10 Pickup Locations
Prices depict Adults/Children(4-11)/Infants. All departures are evenings (generally) post-work hours.
8 7 2
New This Year
€599
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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 Featuring:
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
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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
€649 /€569 /€299
9 Pickup Locations
€599 /€499 /€299
9 Pickup Locations
Prices depict Adults/Children(4-11)/Infants. All departures are evenings (generally) post-work hours.
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Beautiful & Welcoming!
€399Up
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... More Info...
 Featuring:
Dubrovnik
 
Havr
 
Split
 
Salzburg
 
Zadar
ITINERARY SUMMARY
 
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 the depart for Split investigating some of Croatia's main coastal attractions.
We finish our last leg of the journey in Split, the second-largest city of Croatia and the largest city of the region of Dalmatia. Our local guide will pointing out its most important landmarks before checking into our first class hotel.
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 one the most interesting in the Mediterranean sea.


Free time to enjoy hreat 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.


Afternoon is free for own activities or else join on an excursion to pictureque island of Havr.
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 among others most prominent landmark of Mozart's House. There will pleinty of time to explore, lunch and collecting Austrian memorabilas before returning to points of origin.


Early to late evening retrun to points of origin.
MAIN HIGHLIGHTS
Croatia
A land whose rich cultural heritage is not discovered only from within the walls of numerous museums, galleries and churches, many of which today, as zero category monuments, are included in a part of the UNESCO World Heritage List, but much more in that magical place on the Mediterranean, where even the shortest stroll becomes a journey down a staircase thousands of years old which takes one through a history that is at the same time turbulent, exciting and glorious. Whether walking the intricate grid of narrow white stone streets and alleys, or revelling in the teeming life of the port towns of Istria, Kvarner or Dalmatia, or climbing the green serpentines of Central Croatia to the fairy-like fortresses and castles, each step is an ever fresh experience, made special by the fact that on her territory as many as four cultural circles meet, intertwine and complement one another - west, east, Central European and the southern spirit of the Mediterranean. Croatia is a land of urban culture which numbers more cities than any other part of the Mediterranean.
Split
Split is a unique jewel of the Roman and Croatian heritage. It was developed out of the walls of Roman emperor Diocletian’s palace 1700 years ago. After extending the emperor’s palace walls the city became the administrative and cultural center of Sp
Zadar
A three thousand-year old city situated on a beautiful coastline rich in history is sure to draw tourists. Such a city is Zadar, located on Croatia’s northern Dalmatian Coast. Zadar could be called the ideal tourist getaway because it offers plenty to see and do without all the crowds of other popular destinations in Croatia. At the heart of the city is its Old Town which offers fantastic sightseeing attractions including Roman ruins, medieval architecture and numerous old churches. Besides the Old Town, tourists will find a string of beautiful beaches all along Zadar’s coastline where they can sunbathe, swim and relax.
Hvar
One of the most popular places to visit in Croatia and in the Adriatic Sea, Hvar is a beautiful Croatian island off the Dalmatian Coast, favored for its landscapes of spectacular beaches, lavender fields and lush vineyards. Hvar’s main city, Hvar Town, is an attractive city, featuring 13th century walls, marble stone streets, Gothic palaces, stunning churches and an imposing old fortress. The town square is one of Croatia’s largest and most beautiful, surrounded by many historic building like the 17th century Arsenal and the Cathedral of St. Stephen. The natural beauty of Hvar offers plenty of outdoor recreation, from hiking in the cliffs to swimming in the secluded coves and beaches. € 45
Dubrovnik
With its sublime location, 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" and 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 you time at own leisure. € 55
Salzburg
Salzburg is world famous for many things. It has one of the best-preserved old towns in the German-speaking world. It is of course, the birth place of Mozart, and it is the setting for the musical The Sound of Music. The city has been carefully preserved over the centuries. The palaces, archbishops’ churches, squares and fountains, and most notably the Fortress, reflect the love of splendor of the once powerful archbishops who ruled the city.
Mozart's House
The Mozart family lived on the third floor of the "Hagenauer House" at Getreidegasse 9 for twenty-six years, from 1747 to 1773. The celebrated composer, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, was born here on January 27, 1756. Nowadays the original Mozart rooms at Mozart's Birthplace containing historic instruments, documents, memorabilia and most of the portraits painted during his lifetime. The street and court yard of this well visited place are still kept the same as they were to Mozart’s childhood.

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
€469 /€399 /€120
10 Pickup Locations
€429 /€369 /€120
10 Pickup Locations
€399 /€339 /€120
10 Pickup Locations
Prices depict Adults/Children(4-11)/Infants. All departures are evenings (generally) post-work hours.
2 2
The Best of East in A Nutshull
€359
Travel into the "Imperial World" on this tour to Vienna, Budapest, and Prague experiencing the charm of an age gone by. VIENNA’S Old World ambiance, coffeehouses, waltz music, Volksoper musicals, wine taverns and Sacher torte all create that special warmth and coziness. Budapest preserved by its people's consistency to be friendly and hospitable has all the majesty and beauty of a capital justly dubbed Paris of the East. The coronation of this memorable experience is a visit of the Golden City of Prague summarizing thus the best the East has to offer...
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 Featuring:
Vienna
 
Prague
 
Budapest
 
Bratislava
ITINERARY SUMMARY
 
Day 1
Departure



Evening departure from selected pickup points.
Day 2
Vienna - Budapest

Upon arrival in Vienna we are joined by our local guide for an orientation tour that will feature numerous grand buildings, such as the MAK, the State Opera House, drive by the cultural district the Museums Quartier, the Hofburg (the former Habsburg winter residence), the Parliament, the City Hall and the Burgtheater, Belvedere Palace and much more.


Following lunch time we continue onto Budapest and check-in.
See your tour guide for evening activities. This evening we suggest to crown the day with an Danube river cruise.
Day 3
Budapest - Bratislava - Prague

We dedicate the morning to a tour of Budapest where our local guide will introduce us to the twin cities highlights from Buda and Pest.


Following some free time to explore we leave in the afternoon for Bratislava for a brief visit then onto Prague for our next overnight hotel overnight..
Day 4
Prague

This morning we learn about the capital's most decorated sights such as the castle, the old town square with the Tyn cathedral, the Old Town Hall with the historical astronomical clock, ancient winding lanes Old Town Bridge Tower just to mention a few highlights.


The afternoon is yours to explore and indulge.
Take in the relaxing evening atmosphere of Prague, perhaps join us on a dinner cruise before depating Prague for our homeward journey.
Day 5
Home

We return to points of origin in the early/morning to midday hours.



MAIN HIGHLIGHTS
Vienna
Vienna's “old world charm” is based on magnificent buildings, Baroque and Roccoco castles and private parks that were made to perfection by the Empress Elizabeth. The city center is elegant with its long pedestrian roads filled with shops and restaurants. Notable sights: St.Stephen's Square and Cathedral and the world famous Spanish Riding School, with its beautiful white Lippizanner Horses.
Schonbrunn
The Palace and Gardens of Schönbrunn comprise an 18th century Baroque architechual masterpiece and symbol of Habsburg power. Empress Maria Theresia choose Schönbrunn as her main residence. She added the theatre and the garden to make her stay more enjoyable. And inside, she refurbished the rooms in baroque and rococo style. In the palace garden there are several other interesting buildings. One of those is the green steel Palm House, constructed in 1882 in the tradition of Eiffel.
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St. Stephen's Cathedral
The Stephansdom, or St. Stephen's Cathedral, is an island of Gothic magnificence in a sea of Baroque and 19th Century architecture. Most of the church dates back to the 14th, 15th, and 16th Centuries, with the Romanesque "Giant's Doorway" on the west façade dating back to the early 1200s. Take the guided tour below ground, and you'll see the usual assortment of sarcophagi holding the bones of dead rulers, archbishops, and other personages. Bones of more than 15,000 Viennese have been stacked in the the catacombs where since the 1700s.
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Danube River Cruise
The Danube River is the frame of all the best Budapest views, the dividing line that gives the city its dual character, and the second longest river in Europe. While gliding by buildings, listen to legendary stories and tells about the town and of famous personalities from the Hungarian history, kings, queens, poets, inventors and even the Danube one will understand the importance of the River for the City. € 14
notes
Gödöllő
Gödöllő, is the second largest Baroque castle and summer residence of Queen Elizabeth (Sissi), The visit will empathizes the royal residence, the Art exhibition devoted to the Queen, and allow you a stroll through the grounds to the Royal Stables and equestrian Riding School € 28
notes
Bratislava
Capital of Slovakia
Budapest
Budapest, capital of Hungary is the largest city of Hungary and serves as the country's principal, political, cultural, commercial center. It is one of the world's outstanding urban landscapes and illustrates the great periods in the history of the Hungarian capital and the Habsburg triumvirate of Budapest, Vienna and Prague.
Danube Bend
Following the Danube and stopping along the river bank with at Hungarian small towns we enjoy an authentic atmosphere writers, poets, musician, craftsman and fine artist have been drawn to throughout centuries. Magnificent views of the Danube Valley and the Danube Bend and a former Royal Castle will paint pictures of Hungary's history.
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Prague
Prague was the ancient capital of Charles IV's Bohemian Kingdom, and has played a pivotal role in the development of Central Europe since the Middle Ages. Its epic history has produced a vibrant city of stunning buildings and lovely old squares, with the result that today, Prague is one of the world's most beautiful cities.
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Prague Castle
The Prague Castle, an ancient symbol of the Czech lands, is the most significant Czech monument, the largest medieval castle complex in Europe including St Vitus Cathedral, the spiritual symbol of the Czech state, and a Gothic masterpiece. Today, Prague Castle is the seat of the President and the complex including the three courtyards, several palaces, viewing towers, museums and art galleries, cafés, a monastery and Golden Lane can be visited and the Changing of the Guard watched every hour.
notes
12

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
2 6
Best Beach Getaways
€379
Our resort, Lloret de Mar, is the largest resort at the Costa Brava, 40 miles northeast of Barcelona. It offers a mile long safe and sandy beach and exotic palm lined promenade. Activities including para-sailing, water skiing, a Water Park.... Lloret is THE undisputed night life capital of the Costa Brava. To compliment your stay we offer a range of excursions, visiting nearby places of interest. More Info...
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Barcelona
 
Costa Brava
 
Llorett De Mar
ITINERARY SUMMARY
 
Day 1
Evening Departure.



Departure to Spain via France.
Day 2
Llorett De Mar, Costa Brava, Spain

Breakfast stop in France and morning arrival at the Costa Brava. Check in and time at your own leisure.


Your tour manager will gladly assist you with any travel request you might have.
Lloret de Mar, this place lights up at night you will find entertainment bars, discos and some clubs where you can party until the early hours or longer.
Day 3
Barcelona Excursion

Time at your own leisure or join us on an excursion to Barcelona the capital of autonomous community Catalonia combining many historical sites with modern and cosmopolitan attractions.


Time for sightseeing, shopping, a visit at the Hard Rock Café… Late afternoon return to the Lloret de Mar.
An other night at Lloret. You might opt for an Medieval Dinner in a Castle built for medieval tournaments. Be transported back 400 years and find yourself in a castle during the Middle Ages enjoy a dinner and a dancing show, with the Count and Countess.
Day 4
Tordera's Street Market

Time at your own leisure or a great opportunity to stroll over Tordera's street market where you can get just about anything from live animals, to leather goods and local products.


Upon return to the beach resort you still have all afternoon to enjoy the beach and hotel facilities before an
late night evening departure towards home.
Day 5
Homeward Travel


Midday arrival to points of origin.
MAIN HIGHLIGHTS
Costa Brava
is a 160-kilometre stretch of beautiful, rugged coastline in the region of Catlonia in the north east corner of Spain. International tourist resorts alongside unspoilt fishing villages, sheltered rocky coves and medieval towns with ancient castles.
Lorett de Mar
Lloret de Mar is a self contained resort where you'll find enough beaches, bars, restaurants, shops and entertainment to keep you busy throughout your holiday. Besides a wealth of water sports provided along Lloret's six miles stretch of coastline, there's a huge range of other activities here including go-karting, tennis, parascending, or excursions to be enjoyed within easy driving distance.
Spain
The climate of Spain, historical and cultural monuments and its geographic position together with its facilities make Spain's one of the best vacations spots in the world. Spanish territory includes the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean, the Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean off the African coast, and two autonomous cities in North Africa, Ceuta and Melilla, that border Morocco. Because of its location, the territory of Spain was subject to many external influences and is today offering a rich culture well worth a visit through out the year.
Medieval Jousting & Flamenco Show
Medieval Jousting goes back to the Don Quijotte area, during this extraordinary evening outing before the tournament of knights. We will be first received at the Grand Hall of the castle by the Count and Countess and their court. Once seated in the arena the dinner will be served and we the challenging knights will be of great entertainment. As during the Middle ages the Jousting Tournament ends with feasting, music and dancing but and in our case a Flamenco Show. € 47
Barcelona City Tour
For some Barcelona is an Olympic City for others where Christopher Columbus sailed off.It boasts outstanding Gothic and Art Nouveau buildings, and some great museums ­ most notably those dedicated to Picasso and Catalan art. There will be photo stops, views and clues of a distinguished Capital, that of proud Catalonia. € 26
notes
Dali Museum - Figueras
This where the painter died in 1989 and is the most visited in the whole of Catalunya. The museum was built on the site of the old city theatre and later it was extended by the addition of the Gorgot tower now called the Galatea tower. The museum is w € 35
notes
Scuba Diving
Discover the magical world of the blue Mediterranean Sea from within. Join us on a nearly full day excursion that will start with an indispensible safety course then an instructed exhilarating dive to remember for a lifetime! This has been ofetne voted as the best experience of a trip to Spain € 55
Sky Diving
Who has never dreamed of the total freedom of flight without any other assistance, except from their own body? This dream is now a reality and within anybody’s reach. There are two means of getting into contact with freefall. The Tandem jump or the Accelerated Freefall Course (AFF). The Tandem parachute jump is the best alternative for those who want to enjoy the feeling of freefall without any complications whatsoever. The AFF skydiving course and IFF (Mini AFF) are for those who are sure that they want to learn about freefall and eventually become skydivers. € 40
Instructor and lesson not included
Beach Party
A lot of fun at a beach reachable only by boat, all you can eat barbeques, beach games and water sport, lots of funs for an entire afternoon € 25
Tordera Fleamarket
Option to visit Europe's largest flea market at the town of Tordera where thousands flock every Sunday to find best bargain in anything from Spanish craftwork such as leather goods to chicks and goats…Transportation and Tour Escort included € 12

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
4 2
New Flight Itinerary
€0
Greece is a must see and feel to understand some of civilization's key breakthroughs and this getaway promises to provide with that very insight opportunity and whilst offering some the Mediterranean's most stunning landscapes from Athens to Delphi and Santorini.
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ITINERARY SUMMARY
 
Day 1
Morning/midday departures

Airport transfer from selected pickup locations, flight to Athens and transfer to hotel for check-in..



Day 2
Athens

We dedicate the morning to exploring Athens most pronounced highlights from the Olympic Stadium to the Temple Olympian of Zeus including the visit of new Acropolis Museum a treasure trove of all finding around the Acropolis rock.


Enjoy the afternoon exploring this amazing capital, from its majestic Parthenon and its neighboring Temple of Athena Nike to ancient Roman Agora nestled in Old Plaka.
Day 3
Santorini Excursion, Cape Sounio

Free time for own activity or else join us on a flight excursion to Greece's most spectacular Island of Santorini or else excursion to Cape Sounion.


Should you decied to stay in Athens you might be interested to join us on an excursion along the southern coast to Cape Sounion to visit the Temple of Poseidon, god of the sea.
Join us on memorable Dinner show in the heart of the Plaka (optional)
Day 4
Delphi

Full day excursion to Delphi once the site of the Delphic oracle, the most important oracle in the classical Greek world, and a major site for the worship of the god Apollo after he slew the Python, a deity who lived there and protected the navel of the Earth. There will be time to explore before returning to Athens.



Day 5
Return flight

Return flight and Airport transfers.



MAIN HIGHLIGHTS
Taverna Dinner & entertainment
a typical Greek meal at a typical taverna has excellent food, we can assure you'd love Dinner will be accompagned by a small group of dancers with live Greek music, making this experience unforgettable! The menu features hors d’oeuvres as entree like mou € 43
Cape Sounion and the Temple of Poseidon
Ruins of the temple of Poseidon in Sounion Attica. Preserved are part of the north side of the peristyle and of the facade of the pronaos. The temple was built at the same time as Parthenon, in the decade 450-440 B.C., on the foundations of an older build € 35
Santorini
Santorini's dramatic landscape reflects its rebirth from a devastating 16 BC volcanic eruption but its whitewashed houses of its 2 principal towns, Fira and Oia, cling to cliffs above an underwater crater attract visitors from a round the world and ranks the island as one of the top world's most attractive. This is a full day flight excursion out of Athens. € 160
Delphi
Delphi is both an archaeological site and a modern town in Greece on the south-western spur of Mount Parnassus in the valley of Phocis. This is home of the Oracle of Apollo one of the most popular ancient sites. € 45

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!
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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. More Info...
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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
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Western Europe's most iconic sites and testimonies to some of history's most defining events are interwoven into this unparalleled journey thru winding times and stunning landscapes, bustling Capitals mimicking fascinating stories and hinting to our exciting and challenging future from Amsterdam to Paris, Edinburgh to Dublin not to mention the defining Hadrian Wall and D-Day landing beaches.
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Ayr
 
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Belfast
 
Bayeux
 
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Omaha Beach
 
Paris
 
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ITINERARY SUMMARY
 
Day 1
Evening Departure



Late afternoon/Evening departure from selected departure points.
Day 2
Evening Damsterdam - Overnight Cruise to Newcastle, England

Morning arrival and opportunity for breakfast. A subsequent orientation tour will reveal the capital's most famous highlights from Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum and Anne Frank's House. We recommend a Canal Glass boat ride which offers best viewing angle of what has been justifiably so been dubbed the Venice Of the north.


Enjoy the early afternoon exploring the capitals treasures prior to boarding our overnight cruise to Newcastle, England. Enjoy the many amenities onboard.
Day 3
Newcastle - Edinburg

Upon our morning arrival we travel along the eastern English coast to Edinburgh where joined by our local guide, we explore Edinburgh’s best highlights, such as the dominating Edinburgh Castle, home of the Scottish Crown Jewels and the Stone of the Scone, the birthplace of Queen Mother and once home of the Queen of Scots, Holyrood House, the unique Medieval Royal Mile and more. Spend the remainder of the day at your own leisure.



Your trour guide will assist with attending a Scotting dinner show reflecting the witty nuances of this unique culture.
Day 4
Glasgow - Belfast

We leave this morning for Glasgow stopping en route in Killearn to visit one Scotland's most famous distilleries. An orientation tour points out the city's attractions you may feel compelled to visit on subsequent own leisure time.


Later this afternoon we leave for the Irish Sea Ferry crossing onto Belfast and hotel check-in.
Day 5
Dublin

We dedicate the morning to touring Belfast. This includes a visit to the Titanic Quarter, one of the world’s largest urban – waterfront regenerations. Here you can relive the Titanic story at the world’s largest Titanic visitor experience. Only here can you trace the Titanic story to its source, discover the passion and pride of those who designed and built her and relive the excitement of the Titanic era when the city was at the height of its powers. There will be ample time left to explore St. George’s Market.


Later this afternoon we continue to Dublin for our next overnight stay.
Enjoy an abundant nightlife, perhaps attend a play or a musical.
Day 6
Dublin - Rosslare - Normandy

We start the day with sightseeing tour of featuring St. Patrick’s Cathedral, O’Connell Street, Grafton Street, Phoenix Park, and the city’s magnificent rows of lovely Georgian town homes.


The afternoon is yours to spend at your own leisure.
We then travel to Rosslare and cruise overnight to Normandy.
Day 7
Morning at sea - Cherbourg, Normandy

Morning at Sea. Enjoy the amenities on the Stena Horizon before arriving to Normandy later this afternoon.


Upon docking in Cherbourg we continue to Sainte Mere Eglise for an opportunity to visit the new Airborne MuseumDepicting the Paratroopers touch down triggering D-Day operations in June 1944 and liberating Europe from German occupation. Here we can still see John Steele's was left dangling a time from the medieval church as his parachute got caught on its tower.
Day 8
D-Day Landing Beaches - Amercain Cemetery - Paris

Joined by our local guide we visit the Landing Beaches most important sites starting with Omaha Beach and Pointe Du Hoc and finishing with Utah Beach and The American Cemetery.


In the afternoon, we Paris for an opportunity for a most memorable evening outing stating with dinner at Montmartre and winding the evening down with a Seine River Cruise.
Day 9
Paris - Return home

Upon an orientation tour of Paris highliting its most iconinc and famous landmarks, there will time to eexplore perhaps visit the Louvre Museum or stroll the Champs Elysees before retuning home arriving late evening hours.



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.
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.
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
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
Scottisch Dinner outing
An exceptional Scottish show with a difference: a lively evening of rousing Scottish song, traditional music and dance in historic setting. Expect Three Scottish Tenors, bagpipes, fiddles, ceilidh dancing and four course dinner included! (Prices are in £) € 55
Dublin
Long the depressed heart of a flagging economy, Dublin has experienced amazing change and even economic success in the past decade. The Republic of Ireland's capital, and its largest and most cosmopolitan city, Dublin makes a fine introduction to the country. It's a curious and colourful city of fine Georgian buildings, tangible literary history and extremely welcoming pubs, all on a scale that's very human.
Belfast
A village in the 17th century, this robust northern metropolis of nearly half a million people - a third of Northern Ireland's population - has much in common with Liverpool and Manchester, those breezy cities across the Irish Sea. Belfast was the engine-room that drove the whirring wheels of the industrial revolution in Ulster. The development of industries like linen, rope-making and shipbuilding doubled the size of the town every ten years. The world's largest dry dock is here and the shipyard's giant cranes tower over the port
Paris Evening Outing
Paris is fabulous by day but unforgettable by night. Don't miss the chance to take an after-dinner Paris by Night Illuminations Tour. The evening starts with a typical French dinner at the Painter’s Square of Montmartre. You'll tour all the illuminated Paris sights, monuments and squares en route to Seine River Cruise where a commented 1 hour cruise on a convertible boat illuminating the river banks will crown the day. € 45
Bayeux
The capital of Bessin is the only Norman city which did not undergo any destruction during the last war. The city made famous for the tapestry which Odon made carry out, Evêque of Bayeux, after the conquest of England by his/her William the Conqueror half-brother kept an inheritance enriched during 20 centuries by its history. The city of old religious tradition is rich in old houses, manors and hotels of XVème at the XVIIIème century.
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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
€599 /€499 /€120
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Prices depict Adults/Children(4-11)/Infants. All departures are evenings (generally) post-work hours.
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