Uncover Italy from Top to Toe
Ask people what’s the most iconic city in the world, and we’d be surprised if Rome wasn’t in the top three, with the Colosseum top of their sightseeing list. Venice is another must-see destination – a one-of-a-kind city that seemingly floats on a maze of canals. Art-lovers simply must take a tour to Florence, where it is said that 60% of the world’s most important artworks reside, and history buffs are drawn to a holiday in Pompeii, its wonderfully preserved streets take you on an eerie stroll back in time. Italy has spectacular scenery all sewn up in a patchwork of pretty countryside, dramatic coastlines, sparkling lakes and idyllic beaches. Discover Tuscan hills dotted with cypress trees, travel through medieval hilltop villages lost in time and zigzag along the Amalfi Coast for vertiginous views.
From top to toe, a grand tour of Italy is hard to resist - the cities, the landscapes, the language and the lifestyle. There’s nothing better than sitting in a café off one of the piazza’s enjoying a coffee or gelato watching the world go by.
The mesmerising highlights of Australia
If you’re travelling to the other side of the world, it makes sense to for your holiday to be a once in a lifetime epic adventure. From Perth to Cairns, Uluru and the Great Barrier Reef there is so much to experience and a guided tour to Australia will make sure you don’t miss a thing.
Perth may be one of the most isolated cities in the world, but it offers the same incredible experiences as it’s western counterparts where Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and even more fantastic cities are yours to be discovered. Step outside of the cities and Australia really comes into its own. The Great Ocean Road is one of the most picturesque coastal routes in the world as the winding road hugs the coastline and offers views such as the Twelve Apostles – limestone rock formations off the shore of Victoria.
Take a trip by catamaran trip to the outer Great Barrier Reef and you’ll get to see one of the largest living and most complex structures on the planet. With more than 3,000 reefs spanning from shallow waters to deep oceans and 1,500 species of fish, you have the opportunity to take a dip and go snorkelling to see this wonderful sight up close.
Taller than the Empire State Building and with a circumference of almost 6 miles, Uluru (formerly known as Ayres Rock) is an incredible red sandstone monolith in central Australia. Visit at sunset and sun rise and you’ll enjoy a truly amazing experience.