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Montenegro
A compact and cultural jewel on the Mediterranean

The tiny republic of Montenegro is a land of colourful contrasts, natural beauty and centuries of traditions. Ancient stone towns lapped by the turquoise waters of the Adriatic are guarded by the lofty peaks of the dramatic Montenegrin Mountains. Many cultural legacies have been imprinted on this boundary of east and west where Roman mosaics, intriguing monasteries and pretty mosques point to the history of this part of Europe.

Explore 7 nights all-inclusive from £899 per person
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Stratford-upon-Avon
& Warwickshire

Step in Shakespeare’s footsteps

Within the undulating green hills of Warwickshire lies a wealth of English heritage. This glorious county is famed for being home to the country’s most well-renowned wordsmith, William Shakespeare. Exploring his home town of Stratford-upon-Avon, enjoy stunning Tudor architecture, Bard-themed tearooms, and the chance to see his famous words brought to life by the globally acclaimed Royal Shakespeare Company. There’s more to Warwickshire than Mr Shakespeare though – it has glorious gardens and fascinating manor houses, and the lovely villages of the Cotswolds are also within easy reach.

Explore 4 nights from £389 per person

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Milan

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Milan – an art lover’s dream

As Italy’s second city, Milan’s reputation as an economic powerhouse and a hub for fashion and design is inescapable. Heavily developed during the post-war period, the city is associated with modernity and rationalist architecture. Its status as a centre for business and finance is reiterated by the fast pace of...

Jo Blair

By Jo Blair

16th Sep 2019

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Puglia’s particular charm

I love Italy: its culture, its climate, its scenery and of course, its cuisine. So, it’s always a pleasure for me to explore an area of Italy that I’ve not been to before, and in this case, Puglia certainly did not disappoint. Looking at Italy’s boot-like shape, Puglia is located...

Tony Flanagan

By Tony Flanagan

6th Sep 2019

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