This week’s top Travel Deals
TRAVEL DEALS | Share an espresso with the locals in Italy, see the lights in Paris and the Great Migration across the African plains all in this week’s top travel deals!
Viva Italia! Save 10% with Topdeck
Always fancied a cup of authentic Italian coffee? Well, savour the taste on Topdeck’s Espresso Italia tour this summer and save 10%! Experience the best of both worlds with a mix of sun and sand, and culture and art. You’ll drive along the spectacular Amalfi Coast and dive into the inviting waters of stunning Sorrento, before heading north to refine your inner art appassionato. Discover some of the world’s finest masterpieces at the Vatican City and see Michelangelo’s David at the Uffizi in Florence.
Prices from £795 for tours departing between April and October.
For further information visit topdeck.travel/italy-trips/explorer-htbie/espresso-italia
Contiki discounted: Amsterdam to Barcelona
Visit some of Western Europe ‘s most animated cities with Contiki’s discounted Amsterdam to Barcelona tour. You’ll travel through the Swiss and French Alps experiencing breathtaking views of the peaks, before stopping in Paris for an exclusive “Paris by Night” sightseeing tour. The 11 day tour travels through the Netherlands, France, Switzerland, Monaco and Spain, and includes a night in Lucerne’s famous Jailhotel.
Save £264 if you book now for the tour departing 8 June.
For further information visit contiki.com/deals/last-minute/all-deals
Africa on the cheap
Take a shot at the Great Migration in the Serengeti and save close to 50%! Watch the mighty wildebeest, herds of zebra and a smattering of gazelles, as they start to congregate for their annual passage across Africa. Acacia Africa is offering a saving of £813 on their 43 day Kenya to Cape Town overland expedition.
Prices now only £2,066 for departure 6 May.
For further information visit acacia-africa.com/acacia_overland
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Bianca Soldani is an Australian writer from Sydney who has roamed around Europe while living in London, Venice and Switzerland. Between sniffing out the best Asian eateries and brushing up her cockney, Bianca published a book based on her experience in London, 'An Aussie's Survival Guide to London', designed to help other young Aussies get their bearings when they first move to the big city.