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Excursions

There are a range of excursions available, to make it easy to plan a special day out. All of the following can be booked either through reception or via your travel respresentative.

Subject to availability

Vintage Venito
 
A chance to barter and buy those souvenirs in a typical Italian market, before we whisk you off to the local wine cantina, where you can sample the wealth of local wines. The elixir of Italian life! Lunch included.
The Islands of the Venitian Lagoon
 
Journey across the Venitian lagoon to the islands of Murano, famous for its glass making, an apprentiship, handed down from father to son. Burano, where the ladies of the island sit outside in the multi-coloured houses making lace, and torcello the island with the leaning church tower.
Venice by day
 
Don't miss the opportunity to visit this most magical and romantic of cities. Cruise by motorboat to St Mark's square and explore the historic centre through the narrow 'Calli' and winding Venitian canals.
San Marino
 
The oldest and smallest Republic in the world, perched on the top of mount Titano, enjoying panoramic views of the Adriatic Riviera. Famous for its tax free shopping.
Venice by night
Venice by Night
 
Experience the true romance and atmosphere of this most unique of cities as the sun goes down over the canals and bridges, bathing St Mark's Square in a golden glow.
Velden, Austria
Velden, Austria
 
Discover the lakes and mountains of Austria, as you journey through to Velden. Soak up the atmosphere of this country together with sampling the local apple strudel.
Verona and Lake Garda
Verona and Lake Garda
 
Relive the romance of Romeo and Juliet and step into the glorious past, absorbing the beauty and history that invoked Shakespeare's story. Wander around Sirmione su Garda, taking in the contrasting, but equally breathtaking scenery, cobbled streets and castle that dominates the town, home to Maria Callais, and famous for its sulpher springs, which bring eternal beauty. And no visit is complete without seeing the breathtaking Arena di Verona, still used for operas throughout the summer months.
Florence
Florence

A journey across the fertile Padana plains and the wild Apennines brings you to the jewel of Tuscany, Florence. One of the most famous and celebrated cities in the world for its wealth of art, history, culture and architecture.

Admire not only the Ponte Vecchio where you will find silver and gold shops but also Piazza della Signoria, the Pitti Palace. See the famouse Golden Gates that open up one of the most beautiful sights in the world.

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