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Riviera • 15 Nights • 12 May 2019 • Prices from £4799pp


Fly Business Class from London to Rome for three night

stay - Embark ship in Civitavecchia (Rome) - Sorrento/

Capri - Valletta - Corfu - Kotor - Split - Ravenna - Rijeka

- Venice (overnight in port) - Venice. Disembark ship for

overnight hotel stay -Board the Venice Simplon-OrientExpress

for your overnight journey to Calais. Enjoy a

four-course dinner in the evening. Continental breakfast

and a delightful three-course lunch is served the next day

- Travel by coach through the Eurotunnel to Folkestone.

Board the Belmond British Pullman train travelling to

London Victoria Station. Enjoy afternoon tea served with a

glass of English sparkling wine.

2019 Interior Oceanview Balcony Suite

12 May £4799 £5579 £6169 £7289

*Terms, conditions and limitations apply.

Embark on a true journey of a lifetime that combines the height of luxury in rail travel, a three night stay in Rome and a

beautiful Eastern Mediterranean cruise. Flying to Rome, the Eternal City, you will begin your holiday in style with a fantastic

three night stay and an amazing city tour included. Marvel at the sheer size Colosseum, explore the ruins of the Forum and

gaze out onto the horizon from on top of Palatine Hill. Then cruise onboard the luxurious Riviera over 10 nights', visiting

beautiful locales such as Sorrento, Valletta and Corfu before docking in Venice overnight. With an extra hotel stay in Venice,

you will have the chance to explore the amazing cobbled streets of this romantic city before boarding the legendary Venice

Simplon-Orient-Express. Travel back to the 1920s as you journey overnight to Calais, via Paris; enjoying an incredible fourcourse

dinner with music played by the resident pianist in the Bar Car '3674'. On arrival in to Folkestone, continue your

amazing rail journey onboard the Belmond British Pullman, sister train to the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express, on your scenic

route to London Victoria.


The Venice Simplon-Orient-Express is the most storied

set of carriages in the world. Not only does it take guests

across Europe, but it transports you back in time. With

its polished wood, sumptuous upholstery and antique

fixtures, the train epitomises the glamour and elegance of

the Golden Age of travel. Relax in carefully restored 1920s

cabins, rich with craftsmanship. There's so much to marvel

at in the cabins' design, including the plush banquette

seating. Come evening, while you dine, your cabin steward

will transform your cabin into cosy upper and lower berth

beds, complete with crisp damask sheets.


✥ Business Class flight from London to Rome

Regional flights available at a supplement

✥ Business Class Lounge at airport

✥ All private transfers

✥ Three nights' 4-star bed-and-breakfast

hotel stay in Rome

✥ Imperial Rome City Tour, including the

Colosseum, the Forum & Palatine Hill

✥ 10 nights' full-board cruise onboard Riviera

✥ Exclusive $150 onboard credit, Exclusive FREE

Gratuities & FREE internet plus a choice of FREE

house select drinks package or, 6 FREE shore

excursions or $600 onboard credit*

✥ Overnight rail journey onboard the Venice

Simplon-Orient-Express with meals as described

in the itinerary

✥ Rail journey onboard the Belmond

British Pullman, with afternoon tea served

with English sparkling wine

• FREE Unlimited internet*

• Choice of FREE house

select drinks package

or, up to 6 FREE shore

excursions or up to $600

onboard credit*

• Exclusive FREE Gratuities

& Exclusive Bonus $150

onboard credit.






OFFERPlease refer to

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Call now to book: 0800 082 2170 or visit


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