Turin, Athens and Florence for Christmas or New Year?

21st August 2019
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If the thought of another festive season in front of the TV watching the same old re-runs and eating the same old buffet food is making you dread Christmas, why not take a trip?

We have launched three brand-new festive tours, which will take you to fascinating destinations over both Christmas and New Year. 

Where can we take you? Well, we have two exciting Italian itineraries on offer and one that will see you explore a fantastic Greek city – each departure will be led by one of our expert guide lecturers and return flights from London are included. 

Turin at Christmas | 6 days from £2,250pp | 22nd - 27th December, 2019

This elegant Italian city with stunning views over the Alps is known for its magnificent architecture, fascinating museums, aperitif and scrumptious chocolate. During this festive break, you'll explore the Egyptian Museum, wander around a traditional Christmas Market, tour the UNESCO-listed La Venaria Reale, visit the Royal Church of San Lorenzo, and discover the Sabauda Art Gallery. View the full itinerary here. 

Athens at New Year | 5 days from £1,950pp | 29th December, 2019 - 2nd January, 2020

Ring in the New Year among ancient Greek legends, ruins and history. From museums and amazing archaeological sites, to the city's sights and a taste of its culture – join us in Athens. Visit the Acropolis, attend a concert at the Megaron, explore the archaeological site of Kerameikos, visit the National Museum, watch the changing of the guard, and see the Temple of Zeus. Click here to view the itinerary.

Florence at New Year | 5 days from £2,195pp | 29th December, 2019 - 2nd January, 2020

World-class art, fabulous Tuscan cuisine and architectural masterpieces await in the romantic city of Florence. Enter into 2020 in style, discovering the city's many delights. Visit the Archaeological Museum, explore the Uffizi Gallery and Accademia, enjoy a New Year's dinner at a rooftop restaurant, and visit the hilltop town of Fiesole. Click here to view the itinerary.

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