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This 13 days/12 nights travel package takes you to tour the most impressive cities in South America. We begin in the Argentine capital, Buenos Aires, known as the "Paris of Latin America" and then continue to Chile, with a halfway stop in Mendoza, famous wine region. The next city on the itinerary is Santiago de Chile, one of the largest and most sophisticated cities in the country. The last stop will be in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, a city that offers a perfect combination of culture, nightlife, beaches, and natural scenery.
This packed 12 days tour takes you through Argentina & Brazil highlights. You’ll start your tour in Argentinas never-sleeping capital city of Buenos Aires before heading up north to Puerto Iguazu, where you will find the amazing Iguazú Falls on the borders of Brazil and Paraguay. From there you’ll fly to Rio de Janeiro and be marveled by its incredible beaches.
This bespoke history-culture-art itinerary is the ultimate guide of Moscow with authentic Russian, Georgian and Ukranian cuisines along the way. This 7 Realms Ultimate tour of Moscow can be a 3-Day tour, with 7 hours each day, or 4-Day tour, with 5 hours each day. Are you ready for the adventure?
This section of the Camino de Santiago along the French Way, the famous Camino Francés starts in the city of Pamplona (Iruña in Basque), world famous for its San Fermín running of the bulls festival, taking place from 7th July every year. From Pamplona, the Camino takes pilgrims to the photogenic pilgrim sculpture at Alto del Perdón, where you will enjoy fantastic 360 panoramic views of Pamplona, the valley and the vast countryside ahead, before continuing on your way.
On this section of the Camino, you will walk across the mountains of Navarra and the red earth vineyards of La Rioja, passing medieval bridges, castles, churches and picturesque villages along the way, such as Puente de la Reina, Cirauqui, Estella-Lizarra and Viana. Stop at Bodegas Irache for a rest and a quick sip at the free wine fountain!
Take on the first section of the famous Camino Francés joining our Camino guided tour across the Pyrenees and into La Rioja wine region. The famed Camino Francés starts in the walled town of St Jean Pied de Port in the French Basque Country, and takes pilgrims to the Pyrenees and into the city of Pamplona, world famous for its San Fermín running of the bulls festival. This is one of the most challenging stages of the Camino but also one of the most beautiful, especially if you follow the ‘Napoleon Route‘ over the Roncesvalles Pass. The views of the Pyrenees are definitely worth the effort! Along the route, you will meet fellow pilgrims from all over the world, as St Jean is the second most popular Camino starting point.
Visit the city of Pamplona (Iruña in Basque), world famous for its San Fermín running of the bulls festival. From Pamplona, the Camino takes pilgrims to the photogenic pilgrim sculpture at Alto del Perdón, where you will enjoy fantastic 360 panoramic views of Pamplona, the valley and the vast countryside ahead. The group will then continue across the mountains of Navarra and the vineyards of La Rioja, passing medieval bridges, castles, churches and picturesque villages along the way, such as Puente de la Reina and Cirauqui before finishing in the pretty medieval town of Estella-Lizarra.
Experience the Camino Portugues at a more relaxed pace, taking our Easy Camino self guided tour from Tui. Over 10 walking days you will be walking the last 100kms of the Camino Portugues route to Santiago, or Portuguese Way. You will start your Camino journey from the cathedral in historic Tui, separated from Portugal only by the River Minho and its iconic International Bridge. From Tui to Santiago de Compostela, the Camino trail takes pilgrims across tranquil woods, farmland and peaceful hamlets, as well as historic towns and cities.
Our ‘Easy Walking’ tours are designed to make your walking days as short as possible so you can take your time and enjoy the way at your own pace. Stunning Pontevedra with its classic Galician old town, superb architecture and lively squares is one of the highlights along the way. Being in the heart of the Rías Baixas region, make sure you sample its famous seafood and Albariño white wine. On your way to Santiago, you will also stop in Padrón, the hometown of Galicia’s most acclaimed poet, Rosalía de Castro, and reputedly the place where St James first landed in Galicia. Trying the most famous local produce: Padron peppers are a must.
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