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The newest alpine delight! Take a ride on the Bernina Express along one of the world’s most spectacular railway routes. A UNESCO world heritage site, travel across the Swiss Alps along the Bernina Pass to the exclusive resort of St. Moritz; the ‘Top of the World’. Your journey starts amid the palms of Tirano, northern Italy, taking you over the spiraling Brusio viaduct and through the Bernina Pass (2253 metres above the sea level) into the Engadin Valley before arriving at St. Moritz. Along the way you’ll pass wild gorges and icy glaciers, cross soaring bridges and shoot through loop tunnels. This north-south Alpine crossing offers breathtaking views and stunning scenery as you travel over boldly curved viaducts and through winding tunnels. After the train journey you will visit the exclusive resort of St. Moritz, stopping at Swizerland’s best chocolate house and enjoy free time to explore the ‘Top of the World’ before returning to Milan by air-conditioned coach.
Milan is one of the top fashion cities in the world but there is much more to see in this trendy, urban metropolis – it is also home to an incredible patrimony of art and culture which includes one of Leonardo DaVinci’s greatest masterpieces: the Last Supper.
Discover Lake Como in Italy’s beautiful Lake District, just a short distance from Milan. Nestled between the huge snow capped Alps that rise up from its shores, is fashionable lakeside town Como. Lake Como is the third largest lake in Europe and is surrounded by stunning alpine scenery and beautiful villages famed for their high quality silk production. On your cruise, admire the lakeside villas and keep an eye out for Villa d’Este at Cernobbio, a luxurious hotel set in tropical gardens. The mild Mediterranean climate ensures an abundance of exotic and rare plants thrive year round. Taking the funicular the town of Brunate, one of the most famous towns on the lake, you will enjoy a breathtaking view of lake and stop for a coffee or gelato. In the afternoon, return to beautiful Como to enjoy a guided walking tour.
La Scala Theatre is recognised as one of the leading opera theatres in the world. It hosts a Museum that houses a rich collection of costumes and musical instruments as well as a gallery of portraits and busts dedicated to the great musicians of the history.
Live the unforgettable experience of an exclusive evening with entertainment in one of the nightlife areas of the cosmopolitan Milan. You will be delighted by an exquisite 4-course Italian dinner and captivated by a live cabaret show. Marvel at the sleek and spectacular costumes. Dance the night away to the live DJ, and more. Take your seats for an evening to remember at the trendy and spectacular Maison Milano restaurant in central Milan. A VIP experience that you don’t want to miss! Maison Milano used to be a post office in the 20th century and was slowly transformed over the last century into an exclusive venue where you will enjoy a 4 course meal served daily at 21:00. Feast on regional Italian fare with the entertainment of a live burlesque show. NEW (I heard that this show changes every time so I went ahead and generalized it) Maison Milano offers a wide variety of shows throughout the week, including burlesque, live music, and DJ sets, making every evening different and surprising. The menu changes according to the topic of the evening. - Vegetarian meals are always available Small group, maximum 25 people
Experience the best of Milan with the Milan Pass, an easy-to-use city pass valid for 48 hours. Enjoy free admission to eight top city attractions including the terraces of Milan Duomo and Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘The Last Supper’ mural painting (subject to availability). Use your map and guidebook to sightsee independently, enjoy discounts on tours and activities, and make use of vouchers for select shops and restaurants. Your standard Milan Pass includes a hop-on hop-off tour or free public transport, plus you can upgrade to include both options plus an airport transfer service, if you wish.
From EUR 70
Venice really needs no introduction. The watery city, home to gondoliers in stripy jerseys singing in front of the Bridge of Sighs, has been a fabled holiday destination for centuries. Whether it’s beautifully sunny or covered in a white vale of fog, the city is magical, charming and romantic. If your time in Italy is short, this tour is the perfect way to add the fairy-tale city of Venice to your Italian itinerary. Your full day tour includes a boat trip along the Venice lagoon as well as a walking tour of the city. Experience the beauty and glory of Venice, with its gondolas, exotic architecture and puzzling canals. On this day trip, Venice is yours to discover by boat and on foot. While in Venice you’ll enjoy a boat trip across the Venice lagoon and take a two-hour guided walking tour where you will uncover the most significant buildings and monuments, untying the labyrinth of canals and narrow alleys until you arrive at the magnificent St. Mark’s Square. After sipping espresso in the first cafe in Europe, the afternoon is yours to explore the maze of medieval lane ways and have a spot of lunch. Why not take a romantic gondola ride or visit the impressive glass factory before transferring by boat and coach back to Milan.
Take a day trip from Milan to discover the beautiful town of Verona, the famous setting of Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’ and the unmissable Sirmione, a stunning lakeside town on Lake Garda where ancient roman ruins meet the crystal blue shores. Verona is a beautiful and romantic city, a prosperous medieval town in its own and also a popular tourist destination. Step back into Shakespearean times and call for your Romeo from Juliet’s balcony or visit the exceptionally preserved ancient Roman Arena where during the summer concerts and operas are still performed. You will also have free time to explore the narrow medieval streets and the renaissance palace that make up Verona’s historic centre. The stunning lakeside towns around Lake Garda have fascinated visitors for centuries. The first people to fall in love with the area were the Romans, who made it a luxurious summer destination; and in Sirmione you can visit ruins and mosaics that mark their presence. Sirmione, which lies between the blue waters of Lake Garda and green olive trees, is undoubtedly one of the most romantic places on earth and its beauty has been praised by Roman poet Catullus since the early days. Visit the narrow medieval streets that burst with colour, the moated castle, Rocca Scaligera or take a wander through the towns most striking attraction, the grand Roman villa. Here you can admire the ruined walls and archaeological delights, including a charming carving of rabbits in the small museum.