Lake Garda & The Cruise Collection from Venice


Combine three impressive world class destinations in one holiday next summer.  Contrast the tranquil lakes and mountain scenery of Lake Garda with the bustling vibe of the ancient venetian waterways; then relax as you effortlessly beach hop around the Greek isles or the Adriatic. The Italian Lakes are simply stunning and easy to reach with our unique package and handy first class train journey  to Venice.  Go in search of the legend of the lost city of Atlantis on the photographer's paradise of Santorini , explore the cosmopolitan charm and pristine beaches of Mykonos and stand in the footsteps of the Colossus of Rhodes. Or opt for the popular Adriatic and  western Med itineraries where the cobbled streets in the walled city of Dubrovnik beckon, walk the along the streets of Pompeii  and visit the home of Chopin on Majorca.


  • Direct Flight  from London  to Verona
  • Return Lake Garda transfers
  • 3 nights' 4* B&B Hotel stay in Sirmione - Lake Garda
  • First  class rail journey from Lake Garda to Venice
  • 1 nights 4* B&B Hotel stay in a 14th Century Venetian Palazzo
  • 9-10  Nights' Full Board cruise
  • Free Classic drinks package on-board ( Oceanview and above)
  • Unlimited WiFi Package on board (Oceanview and above)
  • BONUS $200 per stateroom on board spending money ( *Oceanview stateroom and above).
  • Transfer from port to airport
  • Direct flight home from Venice to London

Lake Garda: For the ancient Romans Lake Garda was a luxury summer destination with Roman ruins and mosaics in  Sirmione and Desenzano to prove it. Long and slim Lake Garda is located in the north-east of Italy, stretching from north to south. The southern lakeshore is low, rolling land and fairly built-up. In contrast, the dramatic fjord-like northern end is surrounded by towering mountains and cliffs. Most of the lakeside towns are popular as holiday resorts; they differ in character but all are well-connected by boat services.  Isola Del Garda is a  beautiful private island which dates back to the Roman Empire.  Three of Italy's 20 wine producing regions border Lake Garda. Each one  uses grape varieties which are local to the region  to produce a diverse  range of red, white and rose wines. Malcesine is a picturesque town  with cobblestone lanes and a striking castle on the edge of the water with the backdrop of Mont Baldo. Visit Castello Scaligero  which was once a regal home  or stroll through the medieval streets to the Palazzo Dei Capitani once the headquarters of the ruling  Venetian elite.

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