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Unforgettable


Days 1-2: London to Verona. Depart St Pancras International by Eurostar to Paris, then the TGV to Lausanne on Lake Geneva for an overnight stay and continue via Milan to Verona for one night where we enjoy a guided tour.


Days 3-4: To Venice. We travel to Venice to embark Holland America’s luxurious 5-star cruise ship, MS Nieuw Amsterdam. On Day 4, you have the morning to explore the city.


Day 5: Dubrovnik. Stroll through the cobbled streets, pretty squares and elegant palaces of the ancient walled city and in the evening the ship sails towards Corfu.


Days 6-7: Corfu Town and Kefalonia. Explore the harbour town ‘Kérkira’ or take an optional excursion through Corfu’s attractive scenery to white sandy beaches. On Day 7 we cruise to the beautiful Ionian island of Kefalonia.


Day 8: Santorini. Arriving on this enchanting island, discover bright white sugar cube houses clinging to the cliffs and fantastic views from the volcanic Caldera, including breathtaking sunsets.


Days 9-10: To Sicily. Experience the excellent on board facilities including lounge bars, restaurants, sun decks, a


11 days from £1,690 We explore the Dalmation coast visiting Dubrovnik and Split, head to the ancient city of Athens and enjoy time at sea to make the most of the ship’s excellent on board facilities.


The journey is just the start of the


adventure MEDITERRANEAN ROMANCE


Experience an exceptional grand tour of the Mediterranean, cruising on Holland America’s newest 5-star ship from Venice to Barcelona and calling at Dubrovnik, the Ionian Islands, Santorini, Rome and Tuscany.


casino, gym and health spa during a day at sea on the way to Catania. On Day 10, admire the Roman magnifi cence and Baroque palaces of black lava stone and white limestone before cruising through the Strait of Messina towards Naples.


Days 11-12: Naples and Rome. Arrive at the legendary city in the panoramic Bay of Naples. You have the option to take excursions to Pompeii or the Amalfi coast or explore independently. On Day 12, Civitavecchia provides the gateway to Rome, with the option to explore independently or take a guided tour, including the Vatican, Colosseum, Forum and St Peter’s Basilica.


Day 13: Livorno. Perhaps take an optional excursion to Renaissance Florence or medieval Lucca through the wistful Tuscan countryside of rolling hills and tall cypresses, or explore the Tuscan countryside.


Days 14-16: Barcelona and home. Day 14 is spent at sea. Arriving in Barcelona on Day 15, disembark for a sightseeing tour, including Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia and Park Güell, the Olympic Stadium and Las Ramblas. Following an overnight stay, travel by train to Paris and join the Eurostar to St Pancras International.


Jewels of the Eastern Mediterranean Highlights of the Mediterranean


15 days from £3,475 This incredible Mediterranean cruise takes us from the fantastic Côte d’Azur on the French Riviera, along the glorious Italian Riviera to Tuscany and its Renaissance highlights.


All included in the price...


COLLECTION THE


CRUISE


First Class rail travel throughout ✯


3 nights’ hotel accommodation with breakfast each day ✯


12-night cruise on MS Nieuw Amsterdam in a two berth interior cabin ✯


All meals during your cruise, plus 2 further dinners ✯


Guided city tours in Verona & Barcelona ✯


All transfers ✯


Accompanied by a professional Tour Manager


4 departures between


10 May and 15 October 2012 16 day holiday from £2,775


you simply couldn’t put such inclusive holidays together yourself for less


Rockies & Alaska Cruise


17 days from £3,250 Mountain scenery in Canada, followed by the coastline of Alaska, all slowly revealed on this stunning Rockies & Alaska cruise and rail holiday.


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