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New experiences and cultures are fairly customary with holidays and travel experiences but with some trips there's the opportunity for genuine discovery. If you're eager to get more from your next holiday why not start your exploration with Mail Travel? Tour the Sorrento peninsula and the Bay of Naples, journey to Jerusalem and the Holy Land, and closer to home, a host of remarkable historical interest sites also await inquisitive minded travellers.

Jerusalem, Galilee and the Dead Sea

8 days from PS1299pp

Selected departures from May to November 2014

Jerusalem and the Holy Land represent an extraordinary collection of both classical and biblical sites. Nestling between Europe, Africa and Asia, at the heart of the 'Fertile Crescent', the world's cradle of civilisation, fought over by countless generations.

Our price includes return flights; seven nights' half-board four-star accommodation; guided tours of Caesarea, Acre and Jerusalem; visits to Bethlehem and Nazareth; boat cruise; visit to the Dead Sea; services of a tour manager.

From price based on November 17, 2014.

Holiday code r004

To book, please call 0844 472 3147

Pompeii, Capri and the Bay of Naples

8 days from PS799pp

Selected departures from April to October 2014

The Sorrento Peninsula and the Bay of Naples make up one of the most beautiful corners of Europe. The area has been attracting visitors for centuries in search of its outstanding scenery, tranquillity and some of the most wondrous sights from throughout its history. The Greeks, Phoenicians and Saracens have all left their mark, but none more so than the Romans.

Our price includes return flights; seven nights' half-board accommodation in a choice of three and four-star hotels in Sorrento; touring itinerary; services of a tour manager.

From price based on October 24, 2014 from London Gatwick.

Holiday code r034

To book, please call 0844 472 3147

SAVE UP TO PS100 PER BOOKING**

Prague, Krakow and the Tatra Mountains

7 days from PS669pp

Selected departures from April to October 2014 Explore two of Europe's most historic and remarkably preserved medieval cities on this tremendous value holiday.

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