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Celebrate the New Year in Madrid! Tour "The Three Kingdoms of Barcelona"

Barcelona - Zaragoza - Madrid - Valencia - Toledo - Costa Brava - Girona - Barcelona.

Barcelona after Madrid is the second-largest city in Spain with a population of 3,200,000 people. The city is quite innovative, it is a center of diversity having a rich cultural heritage and impressive architecture. The main architects of the city - Antoni Gaudi and Lluis Domenech I Montaner made this European city world-renowned by their modernistic approaches. Gaudi's Magnum Opus is considered to be the famous Sagrada Familia as well as Park Guell, La Pedrera and Casa Batllo.


Zaragoza - The city is famous for its folklore, local gastronomy, and landmarks such as the Basilica del Pilar, La Seo Cathedral and the Aljaferia Palace. The last two buildings along with the Mudejar Architecture of Aragon are enlisted as a UNESCO World Heritage. The city was named in honor of Mexican General Ignacio Zaragoza who defeated the French invasion in the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862.


Madrid is an economical and industrial center and the capital of Spain. It is the home of 3 million people. Madrid is also the residence of the Royal family, the Spanish Government and a large number of national institutions. The city has a long and interesting history, there is a big amount of monuments, galleries, and museums that allure art-lovers all over the world.


Valencia has around 1.5 million inhabitants. It has its large share of foreigners, attracted by the fast-developing economy and available employment. Valencia's gothic cathedral dates to the 13 -14th centuries, built in the modified styles of Renaissance, baroque and neoclassicism. The MUST-SEE sights of the city are Torres de Serranos, LA Lonja de la Seda, Valencia Cathedral, El Miguelete, Plaza de la Reina, Central Market, Colo՛n Market, etcetera.


Toledo shoulders the responsibility to represent the "City of the Three Cultures" for the cultural influences of Christians, Muslims and Jews reflected in its history. Toledo's historic center was designated as a UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE site in 1986. It is known as the "Imperial City" for having been the main venue of the court of Charles V and Holy Roman Emperor. There are two bridges crossing the river Tagus: in the northeast is the Alcántara Bridge, at the foot of the medieval castle of San Servando, parts of which date from Roman and Moorish times and in the northwest is the bridge of San Martín, dating from the late 13th century. Parts of the walls of Toledo are of Visigothic origin, although most are Moorish or Christian.


Costa Brava is a coastline of sunny blue-flagged beaches in Spain. It displays three amazing National Parks that have huge biological importance for the area. This sea fronted town preserves the wonderful legacy of Salvador Dalí in Empordà; the monastery of Sant Pere de Rodes or the castle of Peratallada; medieval towns such as Tossa de Mar, Púbol or Pals; the ruins of Empúries, a major archaeological site providing a fascinating insight into how the ancient Greeks and Romans lived; the traditional ceramics of La Bisbal; and Girona's old quarter, featuring a superb historical gem, the so-called Jewish quarter.


Girona - is a small town in autonomous Catalonia and the capital of the same name province. It is located in the north-eastern part of the country, upon the river Onyar that divides the town into two parts- the left bank is the part of modernistic constructions, while the right bank is the medieval historical center. Girona is one of the oldest towns in Spain where one of the oldest Jewish quarters is preserved. Throughout history, it has suffered many invasions, which are obviously seen by the existence of powerful fortifications still surrounding the historical center of the town.


The price is per person for a double occupancy room.

7 Days, 6 Nights
$ 560
December - January

Attraction of the Neva. Saint Petersburg

Saint Petersburg - so-called "Venice of the North", is the city which used to be the capital of Russia for two centuries. It is the city of bascule bridges, white nights, luxurious Imperial palaces, marvelous monuments, historical statues. Impressive parks open their gates to travelers who are captured by the rich architecture of the 18th century, who are interested in the lifestyle and residence of the famous royal House of Romanovs.
Tours are operated every day on Mondays.

7 Days, 6 Nights
$ 265
October - December

Saint Valentine's Day in Verona

Celebrate your love in the city of Love.

The Italian city of Verona is, maybe, one of the most romantic cities in the world.

Glorified and sung by legendary Shakespeare and wrapped in many secrets and mysteries, the city of love attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists worldwide each of which strives to find something unique in this city.

Someone takes this destination to get inspired by the romantic atmosphere of the city, someones - to admire the wonderful architecture and historical

monuments, and some others come to Verona to just get away from everyday routine and worries and rest in a quiet and peaceful city.

It was in this very city, where the tragic events of Romeo's and Juliet's love developed.

You cannot fail to visit the famous patio of Juliet to see with your own eyes her balcony (Ballcone nella casa di Giulietta), under which Romeo sang serenades for his sweetheart.

You should also see one of the operas at graceful Arena di Veroni Opera House.



A Romantic Getaway to Verona with Your sweеtheart for 8 days/7 nights.

8 Days, 7 Nights
$ 520
February - February

Seven-day Lasting Mediterranean Cruise

Itinerary: Savona - Naples - Sicily - Barcelona - Marseille - Savona.

Savona - Once one of the major centers in Italy for iron, shipbuilding, rail workshops, engineering and brass, Savona is the capital city of the province of Savona in the region of Liguria. Savona has a large port accommodating, commercial vessels and cruise liners as well as providing a large marina for pleasure craft. On arriving at the port Savona appears to be a large, sprawling, modern city but the medieval center reveals a graceful, elegant city which is a pleasure to wander around. There are plenty of good bars, restaurants and although it is serene and tranquil by day it comes alive at night. The most amazing sights to visit here are Savona's Very Own Sistine Chapel, the Medieval Fortress and 19th Century Prison, Ghibelline Towers and the Art Nouveau Architecture.

Naples a city of art, takes the form of an amphitheater on the sea with Vesuvius, the coastal mountains and the islands of Capri, Ischia and Procida, and Capo Miseno as its landmarks. Its history is well-known. The territory was first colonized in 900 BC, when "Anatolian and Achaean merchants and travelers arrived in the gulf on their way to the ore trading centers of the High Tyrrhene" and founded Partenopein. Later, after the wars, Partenope was abandoned and took the name of “Palepolis” (old city). In 475 AD the inhabitants of Cuma founded Neapolis (new city) to the east of the original city. In the last few years Naples has become one of the favorite destinations for all those Italian and foreign tourists who love spending their holidays in cities of artistic interest. Among the most attractive sights are enlisted Lungomare and Castel Ovo, Cappella Sansevero, National Archeological Museum, Galleria Borbonica (Bourbon Tunnel), Capodimonte Royal Palace and Museum, Catacombs of San Gennaro, Presepi Shops on Via San Gregorio Armeno, etc.

Sicily or the "stone" by Italy’s "boot" has Greek and Roman heritage, seemingly eternal sunshine and a warm sea even in November. Extending across over 1,000km, Sicily's coastline is extremely diverse, incorporating a mix of sandy beaches, pebbly coves and nature reserves touched by three seas. What is important is the knowledge that wherever you are in Sicily, you are never far from the coast, even when in the Nebrodi or Madonie mountains or in centrally-located cities such as Enna. Amongst the island's most dramatic coastal features are the cliff formations at Scala dei Turchi, near Realmonte, the famous tongue of sand at Tindari and the giant boulder-shaped islets off the coast of the Riviera dei Ciclopi close to Taormina. Sicily is a land of extremes and contrasts, a magnification of all things Italian. With its wonderful climate, Sicily is eminently visitable all year-round and each season has its own distinctive charm. 

Barcelona - Cruising along the seafront of Barcelona you will enjoy the privileged view of this beautiful city from the tranquility of our cruise vessel. Our cheerful crew will point out landmarks and answer questions. After Madrid Barcelona is the second-largest city in Spain with a population of 3,200,000 people. The city is quite innovative, it is a center of diversity having a rich cultural heritage and impressive architecture. The main architects of the city - Antoni Gaudi and Lluis Domenech I Montaner made this European city world-renowned by their modernistic approaches. Gaudi's Magnum Opus is considered to be the famous Sagrada Familia as well as Park Guell, La Pedrera and Casa Batllo. After having arrived at the port of Barcelona, you can take your time to visit the most popular attraction of the famous city of Sun. Do not miss the chance to visit Picasso museum of Barcelona, La Rambla, Gotic quarter of Barcelona, Park de Montjuic & Font Magica, Hospital de Sant Pau, etc.

Marseille is France’s largest and busiest port, welcoming over 1.5 million cruise passengers to its shores each year. As the gateway to Provence and the south of France, Marseille is a popular stop on Europe cruise itineraries and offers ferry connections to Corsica, Sardinia, Algeria, and Tunisia. There is plenty to see and do in Marseille itself. Must-see attractions include the Old Port (Vieux Port), the historic Chateau d’If, Basilique Saint-Victor, Cathédrale de la Major Vieille Charité, Le Panier (Old Town) and the Notre-Dame de la Garde basilica. Small-group and private tours are often covered by a worry-free policy, offering a guaranteed on-time return to your ship. Marseille cruise terminals are spread out over a large area, so be sure that you know which terminal your ship arrives and departs from. 



The price is per person in a double occupancy cabin.

7 Days, 6 Nights
$ 435
December - December


An 8-day /7-night splendid rest at 4* AVANI Seychelles Barbarons Resort & Spa in Seychelles.


Seychelles, officially the Republic of Seychelles, is made up of 155 tropical islands. The country is a spanning archipelago located in the Indian Ocean the capital

city of which is Victoria. It lies about 1,500 kilometers east of Southeast Africa. This archipelago is a destination where snow-white sandy beaches are washed by

frothy turquoise waters of the ocean where colorful coral reefs and bountiful marine life harbor. Here secret coves will allow you to live your own exceptional

Robinson Crusoe moments away from tourist accumulations and commercial noise. 

Mahe' is the busiest and the biggest out of all islands but it has its fair share of secluded bays, which are accessible only by yacht, motorboat or on foot.

Together with the nearby islands like Praslin and La Digue, Seychelles attracts a constant surge of tourists all year round.

7 Days, 6 Nights
$ 825
January - December

Rio de Janeiro and the Iguazu Waterfalls!

Rio de Janeiro - the City Where Heaven Meets the Earth.

This city has never failed to impress tourists with its modern outlook that reflects its progression through the times of yore.

The gleaming sand beaches, historic places, rainforests and hospitable attitude of the locals heartily welcomes tourists all over the world.

The symbol of the country- the marvelous Christ the Redeemer statue, Rio's carnivals with its passionate samba dancers,

the games at the famous Maracana stadium and football on the whole allure thousands of tourists yearly.

8 days/ 7 nights guaranteed flights to Brazil, 4 nights in Rio de Janeiro, 3 nights in Iguazu.

8 Days, 7 Nights
$ 775
December - December

Carnival in Rio de Janeiro - Waterfalls in Iguazu - Buenos Aires

 Rio de Janeiro (3 nights) - Waterfalls in Iguazu (2 nights) - Buenos Aires (4 nights).

It is worth attending the most spectacular Carnival in Brazil at least once in a lifetime if you are a bright festivity seeker.

This mega show leaves its spectators speechless by its endless dances of different groups and extraordinary bright costumes.

The height of some costumes reaches up to 5 meters. And it is not the most interesting thing to see here yet.

Every year Brazilian Carnival develops in the means of costumes and dances. In Rio de Janeiro a tradition of Samba school parade launches to develop.

Step by step it is getting widespread in other cities as well and especially takes roots in San Paolo. But the street Carnival has not lost its popularity so far.

Anyone who wishes can take part in it.

The start of the main Carnival is at 21:00 by local time and lasts till the afternoon.

During this time maximum of 4 Dance schools make performances on the Sambadrome track.

Every School presents about 5000 participants. The competition is scored by 40 jury board.

All the dance shows within the parade are performed down the 700 yards long Sambadrome track.

The Iguazu waterfall consists of 275 Falls of Iguazu River ranking as the largest waterfall system in the world. It is located on the border of Argentine and Brazil.

The Waterfall is surrounded by the exquisite National Park which has unique flora and fauna.

It is amazing to see the contrast between the calm and "lazy" flow of the river and the waterfall with the touchdown of its sound and furious streams from the

heights of 72 meters.

The scene of the water spraying in the halo of the rainbow spectrum is incredible.

Buenos Aires is an attractive port city. The city is the cultural and economic center of Argentina, with around 3 million people living here. Spanish, Italian, British,

German, and French influences can be experienced throughout the city’s design and cuisine. You can experience a blend of Victorian architecture and

cosmopolitan construction around the city. In Buenos Aires beautiful parks, squares, restaurants, and shops blend the European lifestyle while keeping the authenticity of Latin America.

9 Days, 8 Nights
$ 2940
February - March

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is a small but very unique island that is situated 800 km away from the equator. Not any other country can offer a guest such a variety of interesting

things. No matter, You have arrived here on business, vacation, in expectation of excursions or something else. Regardless of the season, you get to Sri Lanka,

the impression of an endless summer and juicy colors always amaze. The main colors are three here: The azure blue sea and the high sky over it, yellow sand

on the seashores, bright-green rice plantations, darker plantations of tea bushes and palm trees. On the green background, you can see the leaves of most

extraordinary flowers of all imaginable colors and shades.

Vacation on the beaches of the Indian ocean, acquaintance with Buddist shrines, visits to national natural reserve-parks, revealing the secret of growth and

the industry of tea plantation, dealing with down-to-earth, open-hearted locals will gift you unforgettable impressions from the journey.

7 Days, 6 Nights
$ 950
December - December

Bali - Pamper Yourself!

Nusa-Dua, Bali

Bali is a real fairy tale in reality. It is a magnificent island covered with terraces of emerald green rice fields, forests of clove and cinnamon trees  strewn with fragrant flowers. Indeed, everything is fabulous here: music, paintings, dances, extraordinary temples.

The tender touch of warm oceanic water is utterly irresistible.

But the most valuable treasure of the island is - the people, incredibly beautiful and skillful who can successfully combine the reality of the 21-st century with motorbikes, internet cafes and other technology development with traditions of ancestors.

Bali is sometimes mistakenly taken for the made-up mystical island of Bali Hai by James Michener.

But that island must have been located in thousands of miles more to the South than the real Bali on which American soldiers were not deployed during the World War II and which is much more beautiful than the one depicted in the novel.  

 The price is for 2 ppl in a dbl occupancy room.

7 Days, 6 Nights
$ 1350
December - December

England - Scotland - Wales , Group Tour - 2020

London is a huge megapolis, with which not any person will fall in love at first sight. It can meet you with dull weather, fussy streets, gloomy shadows from the past and its industrial zones. But it could not be otherwise. This is London - here every building and square is soaked in rich history, be they sometimes even gloomy or seemingly unfriendly, but they are quite unique in their type. Only London can boast for its unique, different and incompatible style. Regardless of its age which counts 2000 years, no much evidence is preserved about its age in the city's architecture. Practically, there are no antique ruins, medieval streets or impressive palaces of the Renaissance epoch. No much will be found here having an age of more than 400 years. Nevertheless, the pulse of centuries and the national character are felt in the face of London, like in no other megalopolis of the world, making the British capital a coveted destination for absolutely all travelers.


On the whole, Cambridge is a quieter and more isolated area. But for travelers, the only thing that sets the difference between Cambridge and its "Educational rival" is "The Backs". Green layers of land which stretch along the Cam river allow to glance at the backyards of old Colleges and Universities. The front facades of the same colleges form the appearance of a city center leading to the main streets. The majority of old colleges are dating to the end of the XIII and the beginning of the XIV century. They are built according to the same architectural project with main gates leading to the row of "backyards" which are usually well-kept and surrounded with residential or administrative buildings from 4 sides. Many of them are incredibly beautiful, but the most famous among them is the King's College. It has a magnificent chapel which is deemed to be one of the masterpieces of late gothic architecture. Overall, there are 31 University Colleges, each of which is a self-governed institution proud of their achievements and the love and devotion of their students.


York is an English town with centuries-old history. It is an administrative unit and is considered to be the Northern capital of the country. Concealed behind the walls of medieval fortresses, York can boast for its modern and eventful life. The city never sleeps as the architectural- historical monuments, festivals and social events regularly held here attract thousands of tourists all over the world. In the 7th century, York became an important city in the Kingdom of Northumbria. In the 10th century, York suffering from invasions by Vikings, became a part of the United Anglo- Saxon Kingdom. Later the current name of the city was formulated. Eboracum which means "wild-boar town" was renamed by the Vikings as Yorwick, in the 13th century it was simplified and shortened into York.


Edinburgh - the rows of streets of the Royal Mile launch at the Edinburgh palace and descend to the Holyrood Palace. Of course, any traveler who thirsts for visiting both sights will make the right decision. But, even if you are short of time, measuring the Scottish mile by steps which is longer by 200 meters than the British Mile and makes up about 1.8 km, is a MUST DO thing. One, two..and you are already involved in a mystical tour along ancient streets, and the guide seems to be the eye witness of all the presented stories and historical events.


The lake of Lock- Ness almost for every person is associated with a huge beast dwelling (or not dwelling) in the depths of the lake. Naturally, nothing is surprising, as the first legends and stories of witnesses dating back to the 565 B.C. are about this most mystical in the world water reservoir and its prehistoric beast. Besides the mystical secret, the Loch- Ness is the largest freshwater reservoir in all Great Britain. The surface of the Lock- Ness is a bit more than 65 square kilometers, and its depth is more than 230 meters. The majority of lakes in this region of the country have a glacial origin. The water in the lake is very muddy and has a specific shade because of the high consistency of peat in the bottom soil.


Stirling Carlisle - Dive into the rich history of Stirling and its surroundings by visiting the Stirling Castle, the National Wallace Monument and the museum of Bannockburn battle. In the old city and the center of Victorian Stirling Arcade, you will find lively boutiques selling extraordinary things and entertainment for the whole family. "He who holds Stirling holds Scotland" is often quoted here. Make sure to visit the lake of Loch Ness which is the largest freshwater reservoir in Great Britain and the Trossachs National Park which is located nearby.


The Lake District is renowned for the incredibly beautiful landscapes of England. Fancy lines of the local emerald green fields and meadows, the sparkling of clean water in the lakes will not leave anybody indifferent, even the most ardent lovers of urban life. It seems that nature has adjusted each line of a hill and a mountain and has thoroughly thought where to locate lakes, where to plant forests and where to abundantly sow colorful fragrant flowers in the meadows.


On the whole, Chester has rather a big amount of sights and attractions, restaurants and a corresponding atmosphere to make you stay here for a couple of days. The most popular tour is the one to the famous local Zoo. The history of the city counts 2000 years. In 79 B.C. the Romans built the Castra Deva meaning a "Military Camp" on the river Dee, which is the largest known fortress in Great Britain. It was home to the 20th Legion (Valeria Victrix) for about 200 years. Later, Ethelfelda, the daughter of King Alfred the Great expanded and reconstructed this fortress but a century later William the Conqueror captured and devastated it.


The first fortresses on the territory where the city of Caernarfon and its castle are currently located, were built by the Romans and this area was called Segonius. It was located on the banks, at the confluence of the Senai River in the bay of Menai. There is no updated information about Segonius since the 5th century B.C. when there were no Romans in Britain any longer. The castle of Caernarfon is worth being spoken about no less than with the preposition of "the most". It is the largest, the most ancient, the most graceful and one of the most important castles in Great Britain and the most impregnable fortress of The Ancient World which has a century-old history, full of both heroic and dramatic events.


The Warwick Castle is situated in Warwick county town which is in Warwickshire, England, on a bend of the River Avon. William the Conqueror built this castle in 1068 on the place or nearby the Anglo-Saxon fortress of Warwick. The castle was used as a stronghold till the beginning of the XVII century when Fulke Greville, I Baron Brooke turned it into a countryside mansion. Till 1978 it was owned by the Greville family which in 1759 received the title of Graphs. Throughout time the building of the castle underwent several reconstructions, some new towers were added, residential buildings were constructed. The original wooden motte-and-bailey castle was rebuilt in stone in 21 century. During the Hundred-year-War the facade opposite the town was refortified, resulting in one of the most recognizable examples of 14th-century military architecture.


In Stratford- Apon- Avon everything is connected with its most renowned habitant - William Shakespeare. In the rural town of Yorkshire is situated the house where Shakespeare was born, the cottage where Ann Hathaway lived till her marriage and church were they were buried. In this town you can visit the largest in Europe farm of butterflies. The first dwellers of the town first crossed the river Avon, then built a bridge over it and started to develop trade relations with local farmers who used to work in the nearby flatland. A Diploma for holding a weekly market in Stratford was granted in the XIII century. The tradition has survived till now. later the town became the center of letter posts among London, Oxford, and the North.


The most beautiful castle of England is the Windsor Castle in Berkshire which is well known to every habitant of the foggy Albion. Moreover, according to several sociological surveys, it is considered to be the most impressive castle in the whole world. It is not surprising, whatsoever, as currently it is inhabited by the Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and the members of the royal family. Naturally, the former power of English monarchs have faded for so long, however, the Queen, the princes, and their wives live in indescribable luxury till now. It is because the Royal Family of the Monarchs keep beeing deemed as the main symbols of the Foggy Albion.



 The tour program: London, Cambridge, York, Edinburgh, Blair, Loch-Ness, Stirling Carlisle, Lake District, Chester, Caernarfon, Jorvik palace, Stratford-Upon-                                  Avon, London, Windsor palace


The flights are on Thursdays.

10 Days, 9 Nights
$ 770
March - October
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