Newmarket Holidays unveils its largest-ever product offering

Newmarket Holidays unveils its largest-ever product offering

Newmarket Holidays has added 34 tours in its Holidays & Tours Collection for 2018-20, its largest-ever product offering.

Seven of the additions are escorted tours with a history theme, including Istanbul, Ephesus & Troy; and Jerusalem, Galilee & the Holy Land.

Another addition, The Glorious Austrian Tyrol, taps into the fresh air of the Alps, while new island tours include Corsica in France and Sicily in Italy.

Music-themed tours to Verona, to enjoy opera, and across the heart of America, are also available.

For guests looking to get closer to nature there are four new tours: US national parks; the Serengeti and Tanzania in Africa; Brazil, Argentina and Chile; and Costa Rica.

A Food and Wines of Northern Italy tour is also new, while three new rail journeys include Portugal’s Douro Valley; the Dolomites; and Lake Como and Alpine railways.

There are also two options to take in the once-a-decade Oberammergau play in Bavaria, Germany; escorted horticultural tours to Paris, Normandy and Brittany, and Amsterdam and the Dutch Bulbfields; and itineraries to the Italian lakes and Sicily.

New cruising options include Prague and the Danube Explorer on board A-Rosa’s Donna; a Classic Rhine Cruise to Switzerland; a Halong Bay & Red River Cruise on an exclusively-chartered Pandaw ship; Dubrovnik & Croatia Island Cruise on board Mendula; a Turkey Gulet Cruise; and Angkor Wat & Pandaw’s Classic Mekong Cruise.

The six-day Food & Wines of Northern Italy – a Gourmet Tour, and the eight-day Trains, Trams & Port Wines of the River Douro, both lead in at £799; the 14-day Pandaw’s Halong Bay & Red River Cruise starts from £3,995 and the 15-day Chile, Argentina & Brazil is priced from £3,499.

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