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Italy's Mediterranean Riviera, the Cinque Terre & Tuscany Includes Departs April, May, June, Sept and Oct 2014 Flying from Prestwick and Edinburgh PS220 worth of sightseeing excursions 8 days from PS809pp Half Board Extend your stay for 7 nights on the Tuscan Coast from PS349pp half board Combine the wonderful contrasts of Italy's Mediterranean Riviera and inland Tuscany with a perfect blend of relaxation and exploration by the sea.

Discover exclusive resorts, artistic treasures and breathtaking coastlines including visits to the stunning cliff-top villages of the Cinque Terre, the upmarket fishing village of Portofino and the classical city of Florence.

Price includes | Return flights to Pisa and hotel transfers | Seven nights dinner, bed and breakfast in a 3* hotel on the Versilian Riviera in the resorts of Forte dei Marmi and Lido Di Camaiore (4* upgrade available at a supplement) | Included excursion to Florence | Included excursion to Pisa and Lucca | Included excursion to Portofino and Santa Margherita | Included excursion to the Cinque Terre | Fully escorted with services of a Mistral Holidays Tour Manager Amalfi Coast & Rome SAVE PS100 percoupleon this holiday Rome city sightseeing included Departures May and September 2014 Flying from Prestwick, Glasgow and Edinburgh Rome city sightseeing included 8 days from PS819pp Half Board Without doubt, one of the most stunning parts of Italy.

The incomparable beauty of the Amalfi Coast combines a perfect blend of relaxation by the sea with the opportunity to explore some of Italy's finest beauty spots in Positano, Ravello and the beautiful Isle of Capri. An included visit to Rome provides a stunning contrast.

Price includes | Return flights to Rome and hotel transfers | Six nights accommodation staying in the heart of the Amalfi Coast in the resorts of Minori or Maiori (or similar) | Accommodation for one night in the Rome region | Seven continental breakfasts and six dinners | Guided tour of Rome | Air conditioned coach travel | Services of a Mistral Tour Manager in Italy | Optional sightseeing (see below) Optional sightseeing to the Isle of Capri, Sorrento and The Amalfi Drive, Ravello and Pompeii (available at a supplement) A Taste of Tuscany SAVE PS100 percoupleon this holiday Includes PS230 worth of sightseeing excursions Includes Departures April, May, June, Sept and Oct 2014 Flying from Prestwick and Edinburgh PS230 worth of sightseeing excursions 8 days from PS889pp Half Board Extend your stay for 7 nights on the Tuscan Coast from PS349pp half board Tuscany needs very little introduction.

The birthplace of the Renaissance and an inspiration to countless artists, the Tuscan landscape is instantly recognisable with towering cypress trees, ancient hilltop towns and poppy-filled meadows. Tantalise your taste buds in some of the most fabulous places and enjoy Italy's finest flavours with its most celebrated wines.

Price includes | Return flights to Pisa and hotel transfers | Seven nights bed and breakfast accommodation in a 3* hotel in Montecatini Terme | Excursions to Florence, Pisa and Lucca | Excursion to the Chianti Countryside Siena and San Gimignano | Five evening dinners in the hotel | One dinner and one lunch in local restaurants | Two wine tastings | Fully escorted with services of a Mistral Holidays Tour Manager Lake Como All Inclusive SAVE Almost weekly Wednesday departures Oct and Nov 2013 and Jan-Nov 2014 Flying from Prestwick and Edinburgh PS100 percoupleon this holiday 8 days from PS549pp Extend your stay for 7 nights in Lake Como from PS349pp all inclusive Enjoy a very special 'all-inclusive' holiday in Lake Como, considered by most, as 'the Jewel in the Crown' of Italy's famous Lakes.

Discover a wealth of beauty from the snow-capped mountain peaks to enchanting waterside towns, beautiful promenades and elegant resorts. A boat trip to Bellagio, sometimes called the 'Pearl of the Lake' is a definite 'must do'. …

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