Monte Carlo Round Trip
FEX-684238/218075 Mediterranean
10 Nights
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Day 1
Monte Carlo, Monaco

Home to the rich and famous, the resort destination of Monte Carlo, Monaco, is one of the most glamorous destinations on earth. The beautiful harbour accommodates a wide array of yachts and a walk along the coastal Avenue Saint-Martin will take you to a beautiful collection of cliff-side gardens. The architecture within this area is stunning, from the Palais du Prince in Monaco-Ville, to the Old Casino – you will be astounded by the number of historical buildings.

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Day 2
Marseille, France

The second most populated city of France – Marseille is a significant city in Southern France and is home to the largest port in the Mediterranean. Originally founded by the Phoceans in 600BC, it is considered to be one of the oldest cities in Europe. This is reflected throughout the architecture of the city including Notre Dame de la Garde, and it also depicted in a number of interesting museums. Marseille also offers a number of fabulous beaches – each of which provides an ideal place to soak up the Mediterranean sun.

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Day 3
Barcelona, Spain

The Spanish city of Barcelona is a hub of culture, architecture, culinary art, beaches, and passion. There is no shortage of things to see in this beautiful city and a stroll through its many streets will take you through its many delights. Admire the dominating Sagrada Familia – an intricately impressive basilica designed by Antoni Gaudi. It has been under construction for over 100 years and has gained UNESCO World Heritage status. Gaudi’s art can also be found in Parc Guell, which is home to an array of buildings which have been decorated with mosaic designs.

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Day 4
Palma, Majorca, Spain

Mallorca – also known as Majorca – is the largest of the Balearic Islands and is home to the city of Palma. As well as being the only city on the island, it is also the Majorcan capital and offers a wealth of historical relics. Originally settled during the Bronze Age, it has been conquered numerous times and these respective eras have influenced the city as we know it today. The 14th century Bellver Castle was built on the ruins of an ancient Muslim site and is known for its unique circular form, as well as offering a fantastic view over the city. Undoubtedly, one of the most fascinating landmarks in the city is the Cathedral, which is situated beside the coast.

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Day 5
Mahon, Menorca, Spain

Mahon, otherwise known as Mao, is the largest city on the Balearic island of Minorca and is home to the second-largest natural deep water port in the world. While the city is home to an array of charming buildings including the Museu de Minorca – housed in a 15th-century Franciscan monastery – the whole island is a designated UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Several environmental areas provide an opportunity to catch a glimpse of a range of wildlife including a variety of birds and even turtles.

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Day 6
Porto Torres, Sardinia, Italy
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Day 7
Livorno, Italy

Situated on the western coast of Italy and facing out towards the Tyrrhenian Sea is the Tuscan city of Livorno. The centre of this impressive city is home to a venetian-style neighbourhood, which is threaded with canals and is home to a fascinating array of architecture. Being in Tuscany, you will have the chance to try a number of divine dishes during your time in Livorno, with many fabulous restaurants available.

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Day 8
Portofino, Italy

The small fishing village of Portofino is situated beside the glistening Ligurian Sea. Brightly coloured homes will greet you upon arrival into what is easily regarded as one of the most beautiful areas of the Mediterranean. Wander the streets and soak up the architecture and culture of this beautiful and immersive location. Alternatively, you can head to one of the nearby beaches for a sense of peace and tranquillity.

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Day 9
Monte Carlo, Monaco

Home to the rich and famous, the resort destination of Monte Carlo, Monaco, is one of the most glamorous destinations on earth. The beautiful harbour accommodates a wide array of yachts and a walk along the coastal Avenue Saint-Martin will take you to a beautiful collection of cliff-side gardens. The architecture within this area is stunning, from the Palais du Prince in Monaco-Ville, to the Old Casino – you will be astounded by the number of historical buildings.