Transfers to and from the airport on the first and last day of the trip*
Mountains and monuments dot your route from London to Rome. Admire Munich's musical Glockenspiel in Marienplatz, take an exhilarating journey through an Alpine highway and marvel at St. Mark's Square in Venice, with stops in Rome, Lucerne and Paris.
Selected departure dates between 1 April and 23 December 2018
|R26,300 p.p. Land only|
* R3000 deposit secures your Ready To Go Rate and your seat on the trip. It is important that the following information is provided and accurate at the time of booking: Full name (as per passport), room requirements and departure date. CostSaver pricing is subject to change. The price of the holiday will only be confirmed at time of booking. Due to changes in availability and costs any amendment after booking may increase the cost of your holiday which you will be liable for in addition to any amendment fees. Subject to availability and occupancy levels at time of booking and may be withdrawn at any time. E&OE
Wherever you choose to begin or end a sojourn in Europe's largest country, and however long you spend exploring, you'll simply be scratching the surface of this vast and varied land. France's geography stretches from rugged coastline to seemingly infinite beaches, from bustling cities to quaint rural villages and from a sun-drenched isles to luxury mountain ski resorts.
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