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Our group tours cover the length and breadth of Italy. From the lofty peaks of South Tyrol and the dramatic Dolomites to fiery Sicily, our tailor-made tours and packages offer both classic destinations and hidden gems as well as exciting experiences.
We can design the perfect customized itinerary with a range of services including hotel reservations, guided tours, entrance tickets to tourist attractions, restaurant bookings, food & wine tastings and fully tailored ground services.
Arrive at your hotel in the Montpellier area
Optional excursion - depending on arrival time: Montpellier, France
We visit one of the few large cities in France, devoid of Roman heritage. No amphitheatres, then, but a collection of equally awe-inspiring landmarks. Its very own Arc de Triomphe mustn’t be missed, neither must the Promenade du Peyrou nor the Saint-Clément Aqueduct.
2 Girona and Figueres, Spain – hotel change
After leaving France, and entering Spain, we will first discover the 2 biggest cities north of Barcelona. Girona is a medieval city with one of the best-preserved Jewish Quarters in Europe. Here we can experience its history in the small streets of the old city centre. We then move on to Figueres, with its unique Dalí Theatre- Museum. This museum holds the biggest collection of artworks, representing the artistic evolution of Salvador Dalí, from his first artistic experiments to his surreal creations.
3 Costa Brava, Spain
We dive deep into the Catalan lifestyle today, visiting intimate seaside villages located on one of the world’s most famous Rivieras. We will also discover Spain’s most iconic culinary dish, paella, which we will enjoy with a glass of sangria, of course!
4 Barcelona, Spain
Today we will visit the vibrant and eclectic city of Barcelona, known for its pulsating energy and stellar architecture. Barcelona’s graceful Gothic churches, wrought-iron balconies and wide, grand avenues filled with outdoor cafés round off the experience and our tour will leave you feeling like a local. In the afternoon we will sip a vermouth by the beach at La Barceloneta.
5 Montserrat and Penedès wine region, Spain
We discover today Barcelona’s surrounding countryside and enjoy the local wine region. We will visit Montserrat, home to the 16th-century Benedictine monastery of Santa María de Montserrat, Catalonia’s holiest site. Then we will make our way to the cava wine hills, the Penedès Wine Region for a taste of traditional Spanish cava wine.
6 From Costa Brava to French Riviera with stop at Marseille, France - hotel change
We return today to France, stopping at Marseille to visit France’s second-largest city. Marseille is often touted as the new Barcelona, as both cities share the same glistening Mediterranean shores. The city has a rich sense of itself – this is, after all, where La Marseillaise, the French national anthem, originated from – and sitting at the crossroads of the southern French and North African cultures, it offers edgy art, sumptuous history and delicious food.
7 Nice and Cannes, France
Enjoy a guided tour of two pearls of the French Riviera. Nice, where you can immerse yourself in the glorious splendour of the city and Cannes, home to the famous Film
Festival, where you can stroll around the town centre and soak up the sophisticated cosmopolitan atmosphere. We will also have time to appreciate the true scent of luxury on a visit to a perfumery.
Accomodation at 3* or 4* Hotel