Taking in both ‘Italy's most beautiful kilometre' and ‘the Calabrian Venice', this tour is big on beauty. First up is free time in Reggio Calabria, the ‘toe of Italy'. Stroll along the statue-lined promenade with views of Sicily, or visit the Museum of Magna Graecia. Then, it's onward to the fishing village of Scilla. Enjoy a guided walk around Chianalea, before an optional visit to the medieval castle.
Enjoy the seacoast view of the french riviera and its most famous villages and towns, thanks to this group tour
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Create your own tour on this eight-hour day out in Cyprus. You call the shots here – whether it be visiting the main sights or venturing further to find the hidden gems – it's totally up to you. Choose between visiting Larnaca, Limassol, Paphos, Nicosia or the Troodos Mountains. Hassle-free sightseeing – exactly the way you want it.
Book now to admire the Washington DC skyline while on board a wonderful 2-hour brunch cruise on the Potomac River!
Barcelona continually tops Europe's city break charts – it's a buzzing metropolis with the power to bowl any visitor over. Discover Poble Espanyol, Sagrada Familia, Las Ramblas, Plaça Espanya and Montjuïc and more. You'll start at Poble Espanyol, famous for its replicated buildings from over 15 areas of Spain. And don't forget the Sagrada Familia, a church resembling a wave-worn sandcastle – a legacy of legendary local architect Antoni Gaudi.There's time for a stroll along the pedestrianised Las Ramblas and to visit La Boqueria indoor market. A panoramic drive through Plaça Espanya and over Montjuïc Mountain, with its bird's-eye views of the city and waterfront, round off the day.
Lauded as one of the most beautiful towns in Italy, Otranto delivers on great views and a fascinating past. Spend a few hours here soaking up the scenery, shopping in the market, or losing yourself in the maze-like medieval centre. A must-see is the Romanesque cathedral, famous for its ornate mosaic floor.
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You'll get a close-up look at the Dominican countryside on this thrilling off-road adventure. Riding a low-slung buggy, you'll drive through winding rural dirt tracks all the way to the famous Domitai Cave Park and visit a typical Dominican home to learn how the locals make cocoa and coffee. There'll be a swim stop at a cave with a natural pool, too.This Terracross safari is geared for mud-splattered, high-octane fun. But that's not all. Your expert local guide will bring you to villages and an organic co-op ranch. Here, you'll learn all about coconut oil, sugarcane, coffee and chocolate as well as the unique Dominican chocolate tea. And you'll get to taste a few of them, too, along with the national tipple, mamajuana.You'll also get to swim in a cenote, too. These rocky sinkholes with clear, fresh water are a joy to swim in. And as Domitai Park is a private venue, there are fewer crowds and vendors than at other cenotes.
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Get a real desert experience by 4WD vehicle driving across the rugged terrain to find the nomads with camels and a Bedouin home in the middle of the desert.
Experience 90-minutes of the Backhoe Loader, a tractor, an excavator and loader all in one powerhouse package.