Distinguished by its rolling hills, miles of beautiful coastline and stunning vistas around every corner, Tuscany lies midway down the ‘boot’ of Italy and produces some of Italy’s finest wines and olive oils. Many of the towns and cities in the province have retained their character over hundreds of years and the area was strongly associated with the Renaissance which played such a large role in forming the culture of not only Italy but of Europe.
Viareggio is the ‘Pearl of the Tyrrhenian Sea’, so called because of the stark white marble peaks of Massa Carrera. With a little over 10 kilometres of sandy beaches, the wide road running parallel to the beach is the place to rake a stroll with its gelato stores, cafes, excellent restaurants and local shopping.
Palace Hotel, Viareggio
A magnificent historical building located on the Lungomare of Viareggio, the Palace Hotel is the perfect base for a unique holiday. During the early 1900s the hotel was frequented by an eclectic mix of elegant international clientele of artists, scholars, scientists and aristocracy including members of European Royal families. Today it still offers a sense of history. The beautifully decorated ‘Belle Epoque Salon’ serves traditional Tuscan cuisine in stunning surroundings. All bedrooms are elegantly furnished and equipped with WiFi, LCD TV, safe, mini bar, air conditioning and en-suite bathroom. The hotel also offers a pool, solarium and lift. The rooftop terrace is the ideal spot to relax and admire the stunning coastline and equally impressive backdrop of the Apuan Alps
Return executive class air conditioned coach travel
Two nights half board accommodation on board North Sea Ferries (lower berth cabins)
Two nights half board accommodation at overnight hotels
Five nights half board accommodation at the Palace Hotel
Visit to Florence
Visit to Pisa
Visit to Lucca
Door to door pick up service (subject to area)
PLEASE NOTE - TOURIST TAX Any tourist taxes levied by hotels must be paid on arrival by the customer direct to the hotel
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