14 Day Classic Italy

Tauck Tour starting in Naples and finishing in Venice

Book online and enjoy exclusive savings on Tauck's 14 Day Classic Italy. One of Tauck's top-selling escorted Italy tours, Classic Italy explores Venice, Florence, Rome, Pompeii, Tuscan hill towns, the Amalfi Coast and more... features an after-hours guided visit to the Vatican Museums... and is filled with art, architecture,...read more
Overview
Operator: Tauck
Type: Tour (Premium)
Max Group Size: 44
Duration: 14 Days
From: Naples to Venice
Tour Code: IT
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Visits: Italy
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Arrive In Naples And Head To Sorrento
Tour begins: 6:30 PM, Grand Hotel Excelsior Vittoria. A transfer is included from Naples International Airport to the Grand Hotel Excelsior Vittoria. Your hotel is one of Italy's "grand hotels," family owned and run since it opened in 1834; it overlooks the beautiful waters of the Bay of Naples. Join us for a welcome cocktail reception and dinner tonight. Stay Two Nights: Grand Hotel Excelsior Vittoria (D)
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A Drive Along The Spectacular Amalfi Coast
Rise early for an unhurried drive along the Amalfi Coast, one of the most spectacular drives in the world! Fantastic rock formations drop vertically into the sea; sub-tropical vegetation on the hillsides, together with colorful Mediterranean flora, create bewitching landscapes. Stop for visits in the seaside villages of Positano and Amalfi, with its many medieval antiquities, as well as Ravello, known for its dramatic villas; savor the panoramic views of the coast and sea. Return to Sorrento in the afternoon to explore its charming piazzas and small alleys; the historic center of town, and the old Roman streets, are fascinating. (B/L)
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Explore Pompeii, Then On To The Eternal City Of Rome
Travel to Pompeii, a prosperous city of 27,000 until it was frozen in time at the moment it was completely buried by volcanic ash from the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in 79 AD. Excavations began in the 18th century and are still in progress today. Walk through the ruins of Pompeii with a local expert to discover the way life was in Italy in the 1st century AD - visit the temple, the forum and a home adorned with frescoes. Arrive late afternoon in Rome, where you'll spend the next three nights. Your hotel is located on the fashionable Via Veneto, close to historic and cultural attractions. Stay Three Nights: The Westin Excelsior, Rome (B/L/D)
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Tauck Exclusive In Rome - After-hours Vatican Museums Visit
Sightseeing in Rome is highlighted by a Tauck Exclusive - an after-hours tour of the Vatican Museums (subject to availability - the day of the tour may vary). This after-hours visit means you'll avoid the long lines and the usual crowds found earlier in the day; the experience is rich when you explore the treasures in the Vatican Museums at your own pace. See the Candelabra Gallery, Map Gallery, and the Tapestries. In the Sistine Chapel, you'll view artist Michelangelo's masterpiece frescoes adorning the chapel's ceiling - and be able to contemplate all that you see in quieter surroundings. It's certain to be a true highlight on Classic Italy, one of Tauck's most popular trips... one that you'll remember forever. (B)
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The Colosseum, St. Peter's & More In The Rome Of The Caesars
A sightseeing excursion begins the day in Rome, once the virtual capital of the ancient world, and now Italy's capital city. Tour the 2,000-year-old Colosseum; see Circus Maximus, the 4th-century BC stadium where chariot races were held, and the ruins of the Imperial Palace. View the Roman Forum from above, then return to the microstate of Vatican City for a tour of St. Peter's Basilica to view the art and architecture, and explore St. Peter's Square. This afternoon, enjoy some free time to explore what interests you most in Rome. You'll get an authentic taste of Italian cuisine tonight when you dine family style at a local restaurant in Rome. (B/D)
6
Orvieto's Duomo & A Wine Tasting In Perugia
Journey to Orvieto, set on a 984-foot-high plateau overlooking vineyards below. Visit the Duomo of Orvieto, a notable Romanesque-Gothic cathedral built over a span of 300 years. After a trattoria lunch near the Piazza del Duomo and some time to explore, continue through the wine-producing regions of Umbria. Arrive in the region's capital, Perugia, and your home for the next two nights, the Borgo dei Conti Resort, a Relais & Chateaux property whose origins lie in what was once a fortified medieval village. Tonight, attend a wine tasting followed by dinner at your park-like resort. Stay Two Nights: Borgo dei Conti Resort (B/L/D)
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Back In Time In Old Assisi... Plus Chocolate
Drive to Assisi, a well-preserved medieval hill town designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its art and architecture, and the hometown of St. Francis, the revered patron saint of animals and founder of the Franciscan order. Visit the Basilica di San Francesco, built to honor Assisi's beloved saint and favorite son and his final resting place. Gaze at the basilica's impressive 13th- and 14th-century frescoes, some of Italy's finest, and enjoy some free time in the center of town. This afternoon, return to your resort, where you'll discover the secrets of creating Perugia's most famous product in a chocolate-making class - another highlight of one of Tauck's most popular Italy trips! (B/D)
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Medieval San Gimignano & Viareggio In Tuscany
Depart your Umbrian resort and head for Tuscany, where for centuries the beauty of nature has blended with the ingenuities of mankind; your travels through the rolling Tuscan hills take you through golden landscapes dotted with olive and fig trees. Arrive in the hilltop town of San Gimignano, one of its gems. Medieval towers, built in the 12th century by the nobility, are visible from afar. Stroll along the quaint streets and visit Piazza della Cisterna, one of Italy's most picturesque town squares. Continue your journey through lush Tuscan countryside to the seaside resort town of Viareggio for an overnight stay. Stay: Grand Hotel Principe di Piemonte (B/D)
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Cinque Terre's Seaside Storybook Villages
Cinque Terre was accessible only by sea for hundreds of years, five picture-book fishing villages nestled between the Mediterranean's blue waters and the rugged coastal mountains. Travel by train through the mountains to one of the villages, where you'll get a look at daily life - from the colorful fishing boats home from the sea, to the wine, olives, and citrus fruit produced locally. You'll have some time to explore the cobblestone streets and alleyways, perhaps sampling the unique flavors of the local cuisine for lunch. Cruise along the Mediterranean shores of the Italian Riviera where views of these centuries-old Cinque Terre villages, set on rocky bluffs hemmed in by steep cliffs, are a knockout! Journey on to the Tuscan city of Florence for a three-night stay in its Renaissance heart; you'll have an opportunity to dine at your hotel's glass-walled rooftop restaurant with 360-degree views of one of the world's most beautiful cities. Stay Three Nights: The Westin Excelsior, Florence (B/D)
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All About Art In Renaissance Florence
A briefing by an art history lecturer precedes a walking tour of Florence and a guided visit through the collections of works by many of the greatest artists of the 14th and 15th centuries - including Michelangelo's famous sculpture of David and paintings by Botticelli, Uccello, Ghirlandaio, del Sarto and others - at Galleria dell'Accademia. Flourishing for more than four centuries, the world-renowned institution was established in 1563 as the first art school in Europe. You'll have time on your own in Florence this afternoon; your hotel is right in the heart of the city, which makes it easy to explore! Enjoy dinner at a local restaurant tonight. (B/D)
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Masterpieces Of The Uffizi Gallery
Join a local expert for a guided tour of Florence's inspiring Uffizi Gallery. Originally a suite of offices, it began being used to display some of the Medici family's private art treasures in 1581 - thereby making it one of the oldest art galleries in the world. Its vast collection includes some of the most revered works of the Renaissance, such as Botticelli's The Birth of Venus, Michelangelo's The Holy Family, da Vincis unfinished Adoration of the Magi, Bellini's Allegory and Raphael's Madonna of the Goldfinch. The remainder of the day is spent as you please; you may want to visit the Pitti Palace or the Medici Chapels, or stroll across the Ponte Vecchio to the lovely Boboli Gardens. (B)
12
By High-speed Rail To Venice
A high-speed train takes you to Venice, traversed by some 100 canals. Transfer by canal boat to your hotel, conveniently located near St. Mark's Square; after lunch, embark on a walking tour that includes guided visits to St. Mark's Basilica as well as the sumptuous Doge's Palace, once the official residence of the elected officials of the Venetian Republic. You'll also indulge today in the quintessential Venetian experience - a serenade aboard a gondola on the canals. Dinner tonight is on your own in Venice, a city well-known for its restaurants! Stay Two Nights: The Westin Europa & Regina, Venice (B/L)
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The Romance Of Venice, As You Please
The entire day is free to do as you please in Venice - and to say that you have a lot of choices is an understatement. You might decide to visit the museums, an eclectic group housing some of the world's most famed art; stroll the winding, narrow streets that lead to countless bridges; or perhaps you might choose to take a boat to one of the islands in the Venetian Lagoon, such as Murano, Burano or Torcello, where centuries-old crafts and a kaleidoscope of color are found... This evening, join us for a farewell cocktail reception and dinner that marks the end of a trip that truly immerses you in the best of Italy! (B/D)
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Journey Home
Tour ends: Venice. Fly home anytime; a transfer is included from The Westin Europa & Regina, Venice to Venice's Marco Polo Airport. You should allow a minimum of 3 hours for flight check-in. (B)
1
Arrive Sorrento, Italy
Tour begins: 6:30 PM, Grand Hotel Excelsior Vittoria. A transfer is included from Naples International Airport to Grand Hotel Excelsior Vittoria in the southern resort town of Sorrento. Your historic hotel - family owned and operated since 1834 - overlooks the beautiful Bay of Naples and powerful Mt. Vesuvius. Get to know your fellow travelers at a welcome cocktail reception and dinner this evening. Note: On 2019 departures, we're offering guests who pre-stay or arrive early in Sorrento an optional daytime sightseeing tour from Sorrento to the island of Capri on Day 1; see Pricing & Availability for details or ask at booking. Stay Two Nights: Grand Hotel Excelsior Vittoria (D)
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Sorrento, Italy
Rise early for an unhurried drive along the Amalfi Coast, one of the most spectacular drives in the world! Fantastic rock formations drop vertically into the sea; sub-tropical vegetation on the hillsides, together with colorful Mediterranean flora, create bewitching landscapes. Stop for visits in the seaside villages of Positano and Amalfi, with its many medieval antiquities, as well as Ravello, known for its dramatic villas; savor the panoramic views of the coast and sea. Return to Sorrento in the afternoon to explore its charming piazzas and small alleys; the historic center of town, and the old Roman streets, are fascinating. (B/L)
3
Rome, Italy
Travel to Pompeii, a prosperous city of 27,000 until it was frozen in time at the moment it was completely buried by volcanic ash from the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in 79 AD. Excavations began in the 18th century and are still in progress today. Walk through the ruins of Pompeii with a local expert to discover the way life was in Italy in the 1st century AD - visit the temple, the forum and a home adorned with frescoes. Arrive late afternoon in Rome, where you'll spend the next three nights. Your hotel is located on the fashionable Via Veneto, close to historic and cultural attractions. Stay Three Nights: The Westin Excelsior, Rome (B/L/D)
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Rome, Italy
Your sightseeing today begins with a drive to St. Peter's Square in Vatican City for a tour of St. Peter's Basilica to view the art and architecture of one of the largest and most famous churches in the world. After a free afternoon spent as you wish in Rome, your evening is highlighted by a special Tauck Exclusive - an after-hours guided visit to the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel (subject to availability and day of the tour may vary). This after-hours visit means you'll avoid the long lines found earlier in the day; the experience is rich when you explore the treasures in the Vatican Museums without the usual crowds. See the Candelabra Gallery, Map Gallery, and the Tapestries. In the Sistine Chapel, you'll view artist Michelangelo's masterpiece frescoes adorning the chapel's ceiling - and be able to contemplate all that you see in quieter surroundings. It's certain to be a true highlight on this most memorable of escorted Italy tours... one that you'll remember forever. (B)
5
Rome, Italy
A sightseeing excursion begins the day in Rome, once the virtual capital of the ancient world, and now Italy's capital city. Tour the 2,000-year-old Colosseum; see Circus Maximus, the 4th-century BC stadium where chariot races were held, and the ruins of the Imperial Palace. This afternoon and evening, enjoy some free time to explore what interests you most in Rome. (B)
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Orvieto, Italy
Journey to Orvieto, set on a 984-foot-high plateau overlooking vineyards below. Visit the Duomo of Orvieto, a notable Romanesque-Gothic cathedral built over a span of 300 years. After a trattoria lunch near the Piazza del Duomo and some time to explore, continue through the wine-producing regions of Umbria. Arrive in the region's capital, Perugia, and your home for the next two nights, the Borgo dei Conti Resort, a Relais & Chateaux property whose origins lie in what was once a fortified medieval village. Tonight, attend a wine tasting followed by dinner at your park-like resort. Stay Two Nights: Borgo dei Conti Resort (B/L/D)
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Assisi, Italy
Drive to Assisi, a well-preserved medieval hill town designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its art and architecture, and the hometown of St. Francis, the revered patron saint of animals and founder of the Franciscan order. Visit the Basilica di San Francesco, built to honor Assisi's beloved saint and favorite son and his final resting place. Gaze at the basilica's impressive 13th- and 14th-century frescoes, some of Italy's finest, and enjoy some free time in the center of town. This afternoon, return to your resort, where you'll discover the secrets of creating Perugia's most famous product in a chocolate-making class - another highlight of one of Tauck's most popular Italy trips! (B/D)
8
San Gimignano, Italy
Depart your Umbrian resort and head for Tuscany, where for centuries the beauty of nature has blended with the ingenuities of mankind; your travels through the rolling Tuscan hills take you through golden landscapes dotted with olive and fig trees. Arrive in the hilltop town of San Gimignano, one of its gems. Medieval towers, built in the 12th century by the nobility, are visible from afar. Stroll along the quaint streets and visit Piazza della Cisterna, one of Italy's most picturesque town squares. Continue your journey through lush Tuscan countryside to the seaside resort town of Viareggio for an overnight stay. Stay: Grand Hotel Principe di Piemonte (B/D)
9
Florence, Italy
Cinque Terre was accessible only by sea for hundreds of years, five picture-book fishing villages nestled between the Mediterranean's blue waters and the rugged coastal mountains. Travel by train through the mountains to one of the villages, where you'll get a look at daily life - from the colorful fishing boats home from the sea, to the wine, olives, and citrus fruit produced locally. You'll have some time to explore the cobblestone streets and alleyways, perhaps sampling the unique flavors of the local cuisine for lunch. Cruise along the Mediterranean shores of the Italian Riviera where views of these centuries-old Cinque Terre villages, set on rocky bluffs hemmed in by steep cliffs, are a knockout! Journey on to the Tuscan city of Florence for a three-night stay in its Renaissance heart; you'll have an opportunity to dine at your hotel's glass-walled rooftop restaurant with 360-degree views of one of the world's most beautiful cities. Stay Three Nights: The Westin Excelsior, Florence (B/D)
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Florence, Italy
A briefing by an art history lecturer precedes a walking tour of Florence and a guided visit through the collections of works by many of the greatest artists of the 14th and 15th centuries - including Michelangelo's famous sculpture of David and paintings by Botticelli, Uccello, Ghirlandaio, del Sarto and others - at Galleria dell'Accademia. Flourishing for more than four centuries, the world-renowned institution was established in 1563 as the first art school in Europe. Following an included lunch, you'll have time on your own in Florence this afternoon; your hotel is right in the heart of the city, which makes it easy to explore! Enjoy dinner at a local restaurant tonight. (B/L/D)
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Florence, Italy
Join a local expert for a guided tour of Florence's inspiring Uffizi Gallery. Originally a suite of offices, it began being used to display some of the Medici family's private art treasures in 1581 - thereby making it one of the oldest art galleries in the world. Its vast collection includes some of the most revered works of the Renaissance, such as Botticelli's The Birth of Venus, Michelangelo's The Holy Family, da Vincis unfinished Adoration of the Magi, Bellini's Allegory and Raphael's Madonna of the Goldfinch. The remainder of the day is spent as you please; you may want to visit the Pitti Palace or the Medici Chapels, or stroll across the Ponte Vecchio to the lovely Boboli Gardens. (B)
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Venice, Italy
A high-speed train takes you to Venice, traversed by some 100 canals. Transfer by canal boat to your hotel, conveniently located near St. Mark's Square; after lunch, embark on a walking tour that includes guided visits to St. Mark's Basilica as well as the sumptuous Doge's Palace, once the official residence of the elected officials of the Venetian Republic. You'll also indulge today in the quintessential Venetian experience - a serenade aboard a gondola on the canals. Dinner tonight is on your own in Venice, a city well-known for its restaurants! Stay Two Nights: Hotel Danieli (B/L)
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Venice, Italy
The entire day is free to do as you please in Venice - and to say that you have a lot of choices is an understatement. You might decide to visit the museums, an eclectic group housing some of the world's most famed art; stroll the winding, narrow streets that lead to countless bridges; or perhaps you might choose to take a boat to one of the islands in the Venetian Lagoon, such as Murano, Burano or Torcello, where centuries-old crafts and a kaleidoscope of color are found... This evening, join us for a farewell cocktail reception and dinner that marks the end of a trip that truly immerses you in the best of Italy! (B/D)
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Depart Venice, Italy
Tour ends: Venice. Fly home anytime; a transfer is included from the Hotel Danieli to Venice's Marco Polo Airport. You should allow a minimum of 3 hours for flight check-in. (B)
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Journey Highlights
  • Encounter spectacular scenery around every bend on a drive along the celebrated Amalfi Coast –  the perfect blending of earth, sea and sky!
  • After-hours guided visit to the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel, without the crowds – see the Vatican treasures at your own pace
  • A wine tasting from local vineyards in Umbria, where you'll discover the secrets of making Perugia's famous chocolate
  • An in-depth briefing by an art historian before a walking tour of Florence and a guided visit through the famed Galleria dell'Accademia, the oldest art school in Europe 
  • A boat cruise along the Mediterranean shores of Cinque Terre for an in-depth look at these remote, centuries-old coastal villages
Trip Inclusions
  • Your tour is conducted by a professional, fully trained Tauck Director who remains with the group throughout the tour.
  • Airport transfers upon arrival and departure
  • Service charges, gratuities to local guides, admission fees, taxes and porterage
  • Complimentary basic Internet where available in hotel rooms (service levels are not guaranteed).
  • Air-conditioned motor coaches for your comfort.
Included Meals
  • This tour provides a variety of dining experiences, and may include buffets, à-la-carte dining and set menus.
  • 26 meals (13 breakfasts, 4 lunches & 9 dinners)
Trip Notes
  • Itinerary and inclusions subject to change.
  • Price is for land, cruise and specified internal flights. International flights not included.
Sightseeing Highlights
  • After-hours visit to the Vatican & Sistine Chapel
  • Wine tasting from local vineyards in Umbria
  • Chocolate-making class in Perugia
  • Briefing from art historian
  • Guided visits through Galleria dell'Accademia & Uffizi Gallery in Florence
  • Gondola ride and walking tour of St. Mark's & Doge's Palace in Venice
  • Visits to Pompeii, The Colosseum & more in Rome, Assisi, Cinque Terre & the Amalfi Coast
Trip Inclusions
  • Your tour is conducted by a professional, fully trained Tauck Director who remains with the group throughout the tour.
  • Airport transfers upon arrival and departure
  • Service charges, gratuities to local guides, admission fees, taxes and porterage
  • Complimentary basic Internet where available in hotel rooms (service levels are not guaranteed).
  • Air-conditioned motor coaches for your comfort.
Included Meals
  • This tour provides a variety of dining experiences, and may include buffets, à-la-carte dining and set menus.
  • 26 meals (13 breakfasts, 5 lunches & 8 dinners)
Trip Notes
  • Itinerary and inclusions subject to change.
  • Price is for land, cruise and specified internal flights. International flights not included.
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14,169

solo traveller

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Wednesday
07 Aug 2019
Tuesday
20 Aug 2019

14,458

per person

289

solo traveller

14,169

solo traveller

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Monday
19 Aug 2019
Sunday
01 Sep 2019

14,458

per person

289

solo traveller

14,169

solo traveller

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Monday
26 Aug 2019
Sunday
08 Sep 2019

15,342

per person

307

solo traveller

15,035

solo traveller

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Monday
02 Sep 2019
Sunday
15 Sep 2019

16,096

per person

322

solo traveller

15,774

solo traveller

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Wednesday
04 Sep 2019
Tuesday
17 Sep 2019

16,096

per person

322

solo traveller

15,774

solo traveller

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Monday
09 Sep 2019
Sunday
22 Sep 2019

16,096

per person

322

solo traveller

15,774

solo traveller

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Wednesday
11 Sep 2019
Tuesday
24 Sep 2019

16,096

per person

322

solo traveller

15,774

solo traveller

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Monday
16 Sep 2019
Sunday
29 Sep 2019

16,096

per person

322

solo traveller

15,774

solo traveller

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Wednesday
18 Sep 2019
Tuesday
01 Oct 2019

16,096

per person

322

solo traveller

15,774

solo traveller

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Monday
23 Sep 2019
Sunday
06 Oct 2019

16,096

per person

322

solo traveller

15,774

solo traveller

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Wednesday
25 Sep 2019
Tuesday
08 Oct 2019

16,096

per person

322

solo traveller

15,774

solo traveller

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Monday
30 Sep 2019
Sunday
13 Oct 2019

16,096

per person

322

solo traveller

15,774

solo traveller

Sold Out
Wednesday
02 Oct 2019
Tuesday
15 Oct 2019

16,096

per person

322

solo traveller

15,774

solo traveller

Enquire
Monday
07 Oct 2019
Sunday
20 Oct 2019

16,096

per person

322

solo traveller

15,774

solo traveller

Sold Out
Wednesday
09 Oct 2019
Tuesday
22 Oct 2019

16,096

per person

322

solo traveller

15,774

solo traveller

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Monday
14 Oct 2019
Sunday
27 Oct 2019

15,342

per person

307

solo traveller

15,035

solo traveller

Sold Out
Wednesday
16 Oct 2019
Tuesday
29 Oct 2019

15,342

per person

307

solo traveller

15,035

solo traveller

Enquire
Key
1 Extra Night Pre or Post Accommodation when booking before 31 December 2018. Subject to availability at time of booking.
Note: Your Global Journeys consultant will check the availability of your departure date when you enquire. Additional savings may apply. We guarantee the lowest price in Australia. T&C’s apply.
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