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26Enjoy delicious local cuisineFresh Italian ProduceDAY 1 DEPART CANADA DOvernight flight to Rome. DAY 2 ARRIVE ROME (2 NIGHTS) E Welcome to Rome, the capital of Italy! Relax after your journey and meet your Travel Director and companions this evening for a Welcome Reception to hear details about your exciting holiday. Discover the beauty of this city during an evening drive, finishing at the buzzing Piazza Navona, where you will be treated to a delicious gelato. (WR) Hotel: Atlantico (F) DAY 3 ROME SIGHTSEEING AND FREE TIME View the Forum, the Colosseum and Circus Maximus during your sightseeing tour with your expert Local Guide. Visit St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican. Spend the afternoon seeing the sights on your own. (BB) DAY 4 ROME - GREVE IN CHIANTI - FLORENCE (3 NIGHTS) B H I Drive through Lazio, and the rolling hills of Umbria and Tuscany to the charming town of Greve. Visit a wine and olive oil outlet and taste a plethora of excellent Chiantis and extra virgin olive oils! Greve's main square has some of the finest food shops in Europe - don't forget to try the salumi. Later, drive through picturesque Chianti hills to your beautiful villa near Florence. (BB BG) Hotel: Villa II Poggiale (F) DAY 5 FLORENCE SIGHTSEEING N Your expert Local Guide takes you on a walking tour to the Accademia to see Michelangelo's famous statue of David. Admire Piazza Signoria and the colored marble Duomo. This evening over a glass of wine in your villa, enjoy a short talk from your Travel Director on the basic principles of Italian cuisine and learn a few words of Italian in preparation for your shopping and cooking day tomorrow! (BB D) DAY 6 TUSCAN LIFESTYLE EXPERIENCE F 5Begin your day at a fruit and vegetable market with a local professional chef where purchases are made for fresh produce for your cooking lesson. Take your produce to the restaurant and spend time together in the kitchen preparing your midday meal and buying wine to go with it! After your wonderful Highlight Lunch with local wine return to the villa for the night. Your evening is free to do as you please. (BB HL) SIGHTSEEING HIGHLIGHTS. Rome Sightseeing tour includes views of the Forum and Colosseum. Visit St. Peter's Basilica. Enjoy homemade Italian ice cream or a drink on Piazza Navona. . Greve Visit a wine and olive oil outlet, tasting a variety of Chiantis and extra virgin olive oils. . Tuscan experience Basic principles of Italian cuisine and a lesson on how to get by in Italian. Purchase fresh produce to use at your cooking lesson in a restaurant where a local chef will help you to prepare lunch. Select a Chianti to enjoy with your meal. . Florence Sightseeing includes a visit to the Accademia to see Michelangelo's David. See Piazza Signoria and the marble Duomo. . Tuscan countryside Visit an olive oil mill for tastings and a delicious lunch. . Pisa Visit the Square of Miracles. View the Cathedral, Leaning Tower and Baptistery. . Fidenza Village Stop at this outlet village with over 100 boutiques. . Parma Orientation of the city. . Bologna Guided tour including the Kissing Towers. . Venice Cruise by private launch along the Giudecca with views of St. Mark's Square, the Byzantine Basilica, Doge's Palace and the Bridge of Sighs. Visit one of the city's oldest workshops and see a demonstration of the ancient art of Murano glass-blowing. . Secret Venice experience Enjoy a cruise along the Grand Canal to the Rialto Bridge and a guided walking tour through the calle. Visit the fish market. . J Audio Headsets On all guided visits and included sightseeing.INSIDER HIGHLIGHTS. G Hidden Treasure Enjoy at least one surprise Hidden Treasure experience, unique to your itinerary, courtesy of your expert Travel Director. . B Be My Guest Specialty Dinner with wine in Florence. . 5 Local Expert Meet a professional Italian Chef who will tell you about fresh produce and local cuisine. . I Local Specialty Visit a wine and olive oil outlet in the Chianti wine region.DINING HIGHLIGHTS. Welcome Reception including light snacks and Welcome Drinks with your Travel Director in Rome. . 9 hot buffet breakfasts. . 1 three-course dinner with local wine. . Italian cooking lesson, purchase ingredients from the local market and then prepare a delicious lunch with help from a professional Italian Chef. . Local highlight restaurant dinner with wine in Parma. . Be My Guest dining experience in Florence. . Farewell Dinner with wine in Venice.FIRST CLASS HIGHLIGHTS. Includes all First Class features, refer to page 5. . A qualified Local Guide in Rome, Bologna, Florence and Venice. . A pamphlet on Tuscan cuisine including the recipes made on this trip. . Airport transfers are provided on Day 2 and Day 11 (see departure panel opposite conditions apply, refer to page 53). . L Souvenir Photo Capture treasured memories of your trip with a complimentary group photo taken at a landmark location.Flavors of Italy*Beaver Architectural Ironmongery Ltd6:53Sliding Door GearSolo Vitesse sliding door gear for domestic use, offering quiet operation with minimum effort. Side fixing. Each set includes one length of top track, hanger assembly, door plates, door channel, nylon door guide, bottom guide, door stop and screws.Pelmet is not a part of standard pack.Item No.DescriptionMax Wt (kg)Max H (mm)Max W (mm)Max LeavesThick/s (mm)6.Solo VitesseSliding door gear, 900mm opening.50210090030-44Phantom sliding door gear for exceptionally quiet sliding doors. Easy to install and no maintenance required. Each set includes jump-proof track, adjustable one-piece hanger, fixing plates, nylon door guide, door stop and screws.Item No.DescriptionMax Wt (kg)Max H (mm)Max W (mm)Max LeavesThick/s (mm)6.P9Sliding door gear, 610-915mm door.452400915130-50

ITALYPo ValleyTuscanyApennine MountainsAdriaticSeaGulf ofVeniceVENICEGreveFidenzaPisaROMEFLORENCE22PARMABOLOGNA131 Overnight staysITALY & COMBINATIONS : REGIONALS11 Days from C$2725 Reference: ITIEDuration: 11 DaysPace: Comfortable27R Starts Canada Ends CanadaLand Only Starts Canada Ends CanadaLand OnlyTriple room reduction C$130 Single room supplement 30 Jun - 18 Aug'12 Other departures C$620 C$750 Early payment discount12 months C$285 10 months C$210 6 months C$1402nd Trip Discount SAVE up to C$146 p.p.Young Traveler DiscountC$285Free airport transfers: Transfers on Day 2 at Rome Fiumicino Airport will operate at 9.30am, 12.30pm and 3.30pm. Guests arriving later should make their own way to the first hotel. Return transfers on the last travel day will arrive at Venice Marco Polo Airport at 8am and 9.30am.D *Air Trafalgar guarantees to quote you the lowest possible airfare available on the day that you book. Please note that airfares are not included in the prices above. See page 13 for full details.For Trafalgar's other great savings, air details and extra night accommodation please see pages 12-13 and 53.Sat28 AprTue8 May2895 Sat28 JulTue7 Aug2725 Sat5 MayTue15 May2895 Sat4 AugTue14 Aug2725 Sat12 MayTue22 May2895 Sat11 AugTue21 Aug2725 Sat19 MayTue29 May2895 Sat18 AugTue28 Aug2725 Sat26 MayTue5 Jun2895 Sat25 AugTue4 Sep2825 Sat2 JunTue12 Jun2895 Sat1 SepTue11 Sep2925 Sat9 JunTue19 Jun2895 Sat8 SepTue18 Sep2925 Sat16 JunTue26 Jun2895 Sat15 SepTue25 Sep2925 Sat23 JunTue3 Jul2825 Sat22 SepTue2 Oct2925 Sat30 JunTue10 Jul2725 Sat29 SepTue9 Oct2925 Sat7 JulTue17 Jul2725 Sat6 OctTue16 Oct2925 Sat14 JulTue24 Jul2725 Sat13 OctTue23 Oct2925 Sat21 JulTue31 Jul2725 Sat20 OctTue30 Oct2899 Stay in a beautiful VillaThere are numerous added attractions on this exciting Italian Regional Plus vacation. Participate in simple language lessons, visit food markets to buy local produce and wines for dinner, 'meet the chef' cooking experiences with demonstrations and culinary tips, visits to important gastronomic and wine producing areas, plus many more special features.SEE YOUR DAY BY DAY ITINERARY FOR WHAT'S INCLUDEDDAY 7 FLORENCE - PISA - FIDENZA - PARMA F This morning stop in Pisa to view the amazing Leaning Tower and cathedral set in the Square of Miracles. Later pay a visit to Fidenza Village. This is a pleasant and elegant shopping outlet complex with over 100 boutiques. Fashion and accessory brands include Armani, Dolce and Gabbana and Valentino. On arrival in Parma check-in to your hotel. This evening a Highlight Dinner of local specialties awaits you. (BB HD) Hotel: Palace Maria Luigia (F) DAY 8 PARMA - BOLOGNA A short drive will bring you to Bologna. This city is renowned for its culinary tradition and cured meats such as prosciutto, mortadella and salami. It has also given its name to the well-known Bolognese sauce, a meat based pasta sauce called ragù alla bolognese. Here you will enjoy a walking tour with an expert Local Guide including views of the famous Kissing Towers. In your free time you could perhaps try a local delicatessen such as Tamburini to taste some regional specialties. This evening enjoy free time in Bologna or take an excursion to a nearby vineyard to hear about Pignoletto, Lambrusco and Sangiovese wines. (BB) Hotel: Una Hotel (SF) DAY 9 BOLOGNA - VENICE (2 NIGHTS) I See the Basilica, the Bridge of Sighs and the Doge's Palace during your private cruise along the Giudecca to St. Mark's Square. Visit one of the city's oldest glass-blowing workshops for a demonstration of this ancient craft. Spend time exploring the labyrinth of streets and canals on your own or join an optional activity. (BB) Hotel: Principe/Amadeus (F) DAY 10 SECRET VENICE WALKING TOUR AND VISIT TO THE MARKET F Cruise along the Grand Canal to the Rialto Bridge. Your expert Local Guide brings the city to life during your walking tour. Cross the Rialto and visit the colorful centuries-old fish market. See a range of curious and beautiful architecture including Marco Polo's house. The rest of the day is free to explore, or perhaps consider an excursion to Burano for some delicious local seafood! Celebrate this evening with your Travel Director and companions at a special Farewell Dinner with wine at a local restaurant. (BB FD) DAY 11 VENICE - CANADA DThis morning, say 'arrivederci' to your fellow travelers at the end of your Flavors of Italy vacation. Transfers are available. Conditions apply. 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