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London to Rome foodie adventure

9 October 2013

London to Rome foodie adventure

A foodie trip featuring lunch at a Michelin-star restaurant and another gulet cruise exploring Turkey and Greece are among the new adventures in Topdeck’s largest and most comprehensive summer program to date.

Topdeck’s Europe 2014 brochure contains over 100 youth adventure holidays and a 10% earlybird discount for trips booked and paid by 15 January 2014.

The new 15-day European Taste Trail travels from London to Rome focusing on some of Europe’s best food and wine areas and including lunch at Michelin-star restaurant La Bastide Saint-Antoine in the French Riviera from NZ$3843* per person.

Travellers will also experience a ‘City Lights’ tour and an optional macaron baking class in Paris, a bike ride through the vineyards and wine tasting in Burgundy, a visit to a cheese factory with tastings, a night out in glitzy Monaco, Parma ham sampling in Parma, a cooking class, wine and olive oil tastings in Tuscany and a walking tour of Rome.

The new 15-day Balkan Explorer explores the best of the Balkans including Budapest, Belgrade, Sarajevo, Dubrovnik, Budva, Zadar and Ljubljana from NZ$2646* per person.

The trip, which combines with programs such as Croatia Sailing, starts in Budapest or Dubrovnik with highlights including entry to the famous Gellert Baths, a walking tour of Dubrovnik, wine tasting in Croatia and entry to the spectacular Plitvice Lakes.

Topdeck has also introduced the 7-day Greek Sailing adventure which sails through the breathtakingly beautiful Sardonic Islands and includes yacht sailing lessons from NZ$918*; and the 8-day Turkey & Greek Island Gulet Cruise visiting Fethiye, Rhodes, Ekincik and more aboard a traditional Turkish motor boat from NZ$1130*.

All trips feature included ‘Totally Topdeck’ experiences such as a Paris City Lights tour, gondola ride in Venice, winery experience in Tuscany and an Amsterdam bike tour, as well as plenty of free time, more included meals and no tipping policy.

For more information contact Topdeck on 0800 525 366, visit www.topdeck.travel or your local travel agent.

*Terms and conditions apply. 10% discount valid for new bookings made and paid in full by 15 January 2014. Advertised prices include 10% discount. The discount does not apply to food funds, sailing funds, local payments or pre/post accommodation. Subject to availability.

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