Culinary delights and cultural sights will fire your imagination
SWITCH off for a few days from the pressures of modern day living in beautiful Bruges.
As a well preserved medieval town its beauty and tranquillity are outstanding. Stroll peacefully by one of the canals in the 'Venice of the North' taking in the picturesque and totally unique atmosphere.
Relax and sip coffee in the Old Market Square with the dulcet tones of 13th century Flemish chimes ringing out from the belfry. Or why not take a gentle trip around the town by horse and carriage. Bruges serenity will captivate on this four-day excursion. With a choice of top hotels , a selection of included and optional demonstrations and visits to places of interest.
Spain may be one of the most visited countries in the world but there are some hidden gems that are hardly known at all. During the past few years the historic, cultural and scenic aspects of Spain are being explored by those looking for more than a beach holiday. For many centuries Spain did not really exist as a nation state and was little more than a collection of countries including Aragon,and Catalonia which evolved separately. In Roman times Tarragona was one of the largest cities in the Empire, and had a population of 250,000. Ancient monasteries abound and include some of the most sophisticated ever constructed.. Lush vineyards sweep off to the horizon and produce the sparkling wine, Cava. Barcelona, the self-confident and progressive capital is a cultural hub. It has a sophistication and cultural dynamism. Try the culinary delights and cultural sights on this seven-day tour of this rugged and beautiful area of Spain.
Buy one get one free on main course and specials excludes fillet steaks and beef wellingtons
Must book to qualify 01209 860332 and present voucher on arrival
Contact: 01209 700617
Valid until: Sunday, December 15 2013