There’s something particularly delightful about exploring Europe on a summer road trip. Experience Portugal’s rural beauty and 19th-century palaces from just £835 per person or let a private chauffeur show you the archaeological wonders and colourful coastal towns out of Sorrento.
Or, take a luxury rail journey further afield. You can skirt great lakes and hop over rushing rivers aboard Canada's Rocky Mountaineer and save up to £1,600 per couple on combining Big Five safaris and Winelands indulgences on South Africa’s iconic Blue Train.
There are also further savings on European cruises, with up to £3,000 off a trip along the Rhine’s fairy-tale charm and £800 off a journey on the Danube that takes in Vienna’s operatic masterpieces and Budapest’s historic splendour.
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Portugal's pousadas are similar to Spain's famous paradors – a network of state-owned hotels synonymous with the history, culture and traditions of their particular region.
Combine Portugal's two greatest cities, Porto and Lisbon, with five days relaxing by the beaches of the Algarve. The UNESCO city of Porto has a rich and varied history, seen in everything from its Romanesque cathedral to its neoclassical Stock Exchange.
From mountain towns down to idyllic seasides and rural villages, this is your chance to head off the beaten track among Catalonia’s endless charm. You'll knit together hiking trails, beaches and rustic villages with scenic drives and stays in historic accommodation, from castles to farmhouses.
Let chauffeur drives and private guided tours bring you between the highlights of the Sorrento Peninsula. There’s everything from Pompeii’s Roman wonders to Capri's island beauty and the Amalfi Coast’s spectacular drama. Return each night to your luxury hotel's stunning Bay of Naples views.
Early booking discount - must book 45 dys prior to departure – Save up to £60 pp
Book by: 31 August 2018
The Venice Simplon-Orient-Express – the very name conjures up images of 19th-century splendour, of silent film stars and Agatha Christie. All of the glamour and mystique still lingers, the white-gloved service as faultless as one could hope for from the world's most famous train ride.