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Opera, Music & Art
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OPERA, MUSIC & ART IN PORTUGAL & SPAIN

5–18 JUNE 2020 (14 DAYS) | FIVE PERFORMANCES, AN EXCLUSIVE PRIVATE RECITAL & AN EXPLORATION OF LISBON, SEVILLE, MADRID & BARCELONA

Enjoy three operas, a traditional Fado performance, a Flamenco performance and an exclusive private recital by our Tour Leaders, Taryn Feibig and Jud Arthur, on this tour of the colourful, exciting Iberian Peninsula. Experience classical and cultural wonders in the beautiful cities of Lisbon, Seville, Madrid and Barcelona. Travel to castles and palaces influenced by Moorish occupation, and visit world renowned art galleries, including the Prado, and architectural marvels, such as Gaudi’s La Sagrada Familia.

AUD$11,650 PER PERSON TWIN SHARE

LOYALTY CLUB PRICE: AUD$11,067.50

Single supplement: AUD$2,150
Deposit:
AUD$600 per person
Final payment due: 2 April 2020

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Overview | Opera, Music & Art in Portugal & Spain


Overview

Overview | Opera, Music & Art in Portugal & Spain


Overview

OVERVIEW

  • Bizet’s Carmen at the spectacular Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona.

  • Die Passagierin by Mieczyslaw Weinberg, directed by David Pountney at Teatro Real in Madrid.

  • An opera in either Teatro Nacional de São Carlos, Lisbon, or Teatro de la Maestranza, Seville.

  • A traditional Fado performance in Lisbon.

  • A Flamenco performance in Seville, the dramatic dance form based on various folkloric music traditions of southern Spain.

  • An exclusive private recital performed by our Tour Leaders, acclaimed opera singers, Taryn Fiebig and Jud Arthur.

  • Informative talks by Taryn Fiebig and Jud Arthur about each of the performances we attend.

  • Private guided tours of castles and palaces in Lisbon, Seville and Madrid, which reflect Portuguese and Spanish architecture as it has been influenced by Moorish occupation and ‘discoveries’ made in the ‘new world’.

  • A day trip to the strikingly beautiful palace and fortress complex of the Alhambra, in Granada.

  • Private guided tours of art galleries in Lisbon, Madrid and Barcelona.

  • A guided tour of Gaudí’s most famous work, La Sagrada Familia Basilica in Barcelona.

  • Travel in a small group (only 20 places available), attend exclusive events, stay in luxurious hotels, travel by private coach and enjoy fine dining.

tour leaderS

TARYN FIEBIG & JUD ARTHUR

TARYN FIEBIG

Helpmann Award-winning soprano Taryn Fiebig is one of Australia most popular and versatile artists. In 2017/2018, she sang: Musetta (La Bohème) and The Mother (Metamorphosis) for Opera Australia; Michal (Saul) for the Adelaide Festival; and created the title role in Graeme Murphy's production of The Merry Widow for West Australian Opera. In concert, she was soloist with Sydney Philharmonia, Auckland Philharmonia and Opera Australia Orchestra and she was the featured vocal artist at the Huntington Festival. 2019 engagements include Despina (Così fan tutte) for Opera Australia and Selinda (Farnace) for Pinchgut Opera.

Roles for Opera Australia include: Susanna, Zerlina and Despina in Sir David McVicar's trio of Mozart productions (The Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni and Così fan tutte), Pamina in The Magic Flute, Musetta in La Bohème, Lisa in La Sonnambula, and The Woodbird and Gutrune in Der Ring des Nibelungen.

A musical theatre highlight for Taryn was over 200 performances as Eliza Doolittle in Opera Australia’s National Tour of My Fair Lady.

JUD ARTHUR

New Zealander, Jud Arthur has been Australian based since 2003.

Arthur has performed over 40 operatic, bass roles in Australia for Opera Australia, Western Australian Opera, Victorian Opera, Adelaide Opera, and Queensland Opera, as well as regularly performing with the New Zealand Opera company. A particular highlight for Arthur was creating the role of both Hunding and Fafner in Opera Australia's first Ring Cycle, for which he received critical acclaim.

Concert performances include, Verdi, Mozart and Faure Requiems, Beethoven's 9th Symphony, Handel's Messiah, Haydn's Creation, with all the major symphony orchestras in both Australia and New Zealand.

Jud has regularly sung the National Anthem for New Zealand's All Blacks tests and had the honour of singing at the launch of the New Zealand America's Cup defence.

Apart from his love of opera singing Jud has been a state rugby player for the NZ Otago team. His success there saw him poached by the Italian, Mirano Rugby Club where he played for 3 years. Jud is also a farrier and former NZ under 21 show jumping champion title holder.

Hotels

HOTEL LISBOA PLAZA

Hotel Lisboa Plaza is a charming boutique hotel conveniently located in the historic centre of Lisbon. The Lisboa Plaza has been in the hands of the same family since April 1954, and the peaceful family atmosphere gives a feeling of being in the company of friends. Café Plaza provides snacks at any time of day and the Paddock bar is there for you to enjoy a peaceful drink. The hotel has a gym.

GRAN MELIÁ COLÓN, SEVILLE

The Gran Meliá Colón, renovated with a striking combination of art, colour and style, is located in the historic old quarter of Seville, 10-minutes walking distance from the city’s most important attractions such as Seville Cathedral and the Giralda. A high point by sunny day or moonlit night is the rooftop pool, and the panorama of the city’s skyline to be enjoyed from there. El Burladero offers delicious tapas, plus tasting menu options. El Tendido lobby bar offers live music to go with your drinks. There is a spa and fitness centre.

CÍRCULO GRAN VIA, AUTOGRAPH COLLECTION, MADRID

Círculo Gran Vía, Autograph Collection, occupies the former home of The Circle of Trade and Industrial Union of Madrid. This historic building, recently renovated to become a hotel in the heart of the city, offers the perfect accommodation for discovering the city’s main attractions, such as Plaza Mayor, Puerta del Sol and the Royal Palace. The hotel restaurant and sky bar, Picalagartos, occupies the top two floors of the hotel and serves Mediterranean cuisine with a twist. There is a well-equipped Fitness Centre

GRAND HOTEL CENTRAL, BARCELONA

The Grand Hotel Central, Barcelona, is an opulent multi-level city hotel with incredible views over the Roman city walls, the Gothic Quarter and the narrow labyrinthine streets of the trendy El Born area, with its designer boutiques and cafes by day, and cocktail bars and samba at night. The Skybar is not just a place to relax and admire the panoramic views over the city, it also offers luxurious gastronomy and creative cocktails. The City Bar & Restaurant offers food that recalls a Mediterranean bistrôt, and is defined by its ‘honest’ cuisine, using local seasonal ingredients.

5–18 June 2020 (14 Days)

AUD$11,650 PER PERSON TWIN SHARE

Single supplement AUD$2,150

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Itinerary | Opera, Music & Art in Portugal & Spain


Itinerary

Itinerary | Opera, Music & Art in Portugal & Spain


Itinerary

Itinerary

DAY 1 | FRIDAY 5 JUNE 2020

1ST OF 3 NIGHTS AT HOTEL LISBOA PLAZA

ARRIVE LISBON:

Guests arrive at Hotel Lisboa Plaza, our charming boutique hotel conveniently located in the historic centre of Lisbon, and settle in. We recommend arriving at the hotel by 3:00pm.

In the early evening we meet our Tour Leaders, Taryn Fiebig and Jud Arthur, at a drinks and canapé function. Taryn and Jud will give a brief introduction to Fado, the haunting Portuguese singing known for its expression of longing and melancholy. Then we attend a Fado performance to experience this Portuguese musical tradition for ourselves.

DAY 2 | SATURDAY 6 JUNE 2020

2ND OF 3 NIGHTS AT HOTEL LISBOA PLAZA

LISBON:

In the morning we have a guided tour of Castelo de S. Jorge, a fortified Moorish Castle, dating from medieval times, which crowns the hill overlooking Lisbon. From there we walk down through Alfama, the old Moorish Quarter, a picturesque maze of narrow cobbled streets and ancient houses. Contained within this fascinating district are many historic buildings including the Se Cathedral, the Panteao Nacional Lisbon and Igreja Santo Antonio.

We have a light lunch at the café of the Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga while we enjoy the delightful garden and river views.

After lunch we have a guided tour of the Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga, which occupies a 17th-century palace. Its most noteworthy works include Hieronymus Bosch's Temptation of Saint Anthony and Albrecht Dürer's Saint Jerome, but the main highlight is a 15th-century masterpiece attributed to Portuguese artist Nuno Gonçalves, the Panels of St. Vincent. One of the first collective portraits in European art, it displays sixty portraits of various personalities, apparently venerating Saint Vincent. One of them is the most famous depiction of Prince Henry the Navigator. There is also a collection of sculpture and decorative arts, much of it related to the Age of Discovery.

The evening is free to relax or for further exploration of Lisbon. Our hotel is very central and it is easy to go for an evening stroll in the city centre, or visit a nearby tapas bar and enjoy the ambiance.

DAY 3 | SUNDAY 7 JUNE 2020

3RD OF 3 NIGHTS AT HOTEL LISBOA PLAZA

LISBON:

In the morning we visit the 16th-century Mosteiro dos Jerónimos, one of the great landmarks of Portugal. The monastery, commissioned by King Manuel I in 1501, was built to honour Vasco da Gama's 1498 voyage to India. Special features include the fantastically elaborate south portal and the beautiful and serene Manueline cloister. Vasco da Gama's tomb lies just inside the entrance to Santa Maria church.

We will also visit the beautiful and exotic Torre de Belém. Built on the northern bank of the Tagus between 1514 and 1520 as part of the Tagus estuary defence system, the tower is an example of Portuguese late Gothic architecture and an architectural jewel from the reign of King Manuel 1. The architecture includes maritime elements and symbols of discoveries by Vasco de Gama and Pedro Cabral, both legendary voyagers.

The afternoon is free.

Depending on final performance schedules we will attend an opera in either Lisbon or Seville. If we are attending an opera in Lisbon our Tour Leaders, Taryn and Jud, will give a talk about the opera in the early evening. Then we attend the opera at the Teatro Nacional de São Carlos, Lisbon.

DAY 4 | MONDAY 8 JUNE 2020

1ST OF 4 NIGHTS AT GRAN MELIÁ COLÓN, SEVILLE

LISBON TO SEVILLE:

Today we travel from Lisbon to Seville in our private, luxury coach via Evora and Badajoz. We stop outside Evora to see a Roman Temple and an ancient stone circle. We then make a stop for a delicious lunch including local specialities before continuing onto Seville.

After our arrival at our hotel, the Gran Meliá Colón, located in the historic old quarter of Seville, we have time to relax and settle in. Then in the early evening we have the wonderful privilege of attending a private recital performed by our Tour Leaders, the acclaimed opera singers, Taryn Fiebig and Jud Arthur.

DAY 5 | TUESDAY 9 JUNE 2020

2ND OF 4 NIGHTS AT GRAN MELIÁ COLÓN, SEVILLE

SEVILLE:

This morning we enjoy a private guided walking tour, which includes the Plaza de España, originally built to showcase Spain's industry and technology exhibits, and now housing government offices and a museum. It is an exotic and dramatic mixture of 1920s Art Deco, Spanish Renaissance Revival, Spanish Baroque Revival and Neo-Mudéjar styles. By the walls of the Plaza are many tiled alcoves, each representing a different province of Spain. We also visit Catedral de Santa María de la Sede, the world’s largest Gothic cathedral and the 3rd-largest church in the world. The cathedral, built as a demonstration of the city’s wealth, is the burial site of Christopher Columbus. We then visit La Giralda, with its wonderful views of Seville.

At the end of the walking tour you may like to return to our hotel, or you may prefer exploring more of Seville in your own time. The monument to Cervantes, author of Don Quixote, a classic of Western literature, is just over 5 minutes’ walk from the cathedral. Also, Centro is a short 6-minute walk away from our hotel, and there you can investigate shops, bars, restaurants, museums and even more churches.

The afternoon is free and, in the evening, we have dinner with the opportunity to taste special dishes of the Seville region. We then attend a performance of Flamenco, the dramatic dance form based on various folkloric music traditions of southern Spain.

DAY 6 | WEDNESDAY 10 JUNE 2020

3RD OF 4 NIGHTS AT GRAN MELIÁ COLÓN, SEVILLE

DAY TRIP TO GRANADA:

We spend a day travelling to Granada to visit the Alhambra, a strikingly beautiful complex of decorated palaces, gardens, and a once-mighty fortress. It is a mix of Moorish and Renaissance architecture, and is commandingly positioned on a hill overlooking Granada. We have a private guided tour, lunch and time by ourselves to photograph and enjoy this spectacular site. We can relax on the luxury coach that returns us to Seville.

This evening is free to relax and enjoy Seville. You might go for an evening stroll, or consider visiting the hotel roof for a panoramic view of the city, trying the tapas, or the tasting menu, or visiting the Lobby Bar for a relaxing drink.

DAY 7 | THURSDAY 11 JUNE 2020

4TH OF 4 NIGHTS AT GRAN MELIÁ COLÓN, SEVILLE

SEVILLE:

This morning we visit the Reales Alcázares de Sevilla. The history of the city is represented by the Alcázar and its gardens, which integrate influences from the Arabic period, late Middle Ages Mudéjar, Renaissance, Baroque and 19th-century into a beautiful, harmonic whole. The upper levels of the Alcázar are still used by the royal family as their official residence in Seville today.

After the tour you can return to the hotel or spend some time exploring nearby, picturesque Santa Cruz, which was the Jewish quarter of medieval Seville. The history of the treatment of Jews in the district’s past reveals a dark picture, but now it presents cobbled streets, white-washed houses, charming shops and many dining spaces for your enjoyment.

Depending on final performance schedules we will attend an opera in either Lisbon or Seville. If we are attending an opera in Seville, our Tour Leaders, Taryn and Jud, will give a talk about the opera in the early evening. Then we attend the opera at Teatro de la Maestranza.

DAY 8 | FRIDAY 12 JUNE 2020

1ST OF 3 NIGHTS AT CÍRCULO GRAN VIA, AUTOGRAPH COLLECTION, MADRID

SEVILLE TO MADRID:

This morning we travel by high-speed train from Seville to Madrid.

On our arrival we check into Círculo Gran Vía, Autograph Collection, which is located in the heart of the city. We then have a private guided tour of the Museo Nacional Del Prado, the main Spanish national art museum, and one of the world's premier art galleries. It has collections of European art, dating from the 12th-century to the early 20th-century. Numerous works by Francisco Goya, the single most extensively represented artist, as well as by Hieronymus Bosch, El Greco, Peter Paul Rubens, Titian, and Diego Velázquez.

The evening is free to rest, or for some initial exploration of Madrid. Our hotel is a 3-minute stroll from Calle Gran Via, the city’s most famous street, known for its early 1900s architecture, many upscale shops and exciting nightlife. To the east it is less than a 10-minute stroll to the Plaza de Cibeles which is surrounded by several buildings constructed in the Neo-Classical style, including the stunning Palacio de Cibeles.

DAY 9 | SATURDAY 13 JUNE 2020

2ND OF 3 NIGHTS AT CÍRCULO GRAN VIA, AUTOGRAPH COLLECTION, MADRID

MADRID:

This morning we stroll through Madrid on a private guided tour to admire some of its most beautiful buildings and famous squares. Our walk will include the Real Basilica de San Francisco el Grande, a magnificent neoclassical church with an immense frescoed dome, said to be the largest in Spain and the fourth largest in the world. In the Capilla de San Bernardino there is a central fresco which was painted by Goya. We visit the Catedral de Santa María La Real de La Almudena, Madrid’s grandest church, planned since the 16th-century but not finally competed until its consecration by Pope John Paul II in 1993. We call into the Mercado, or market, de San Miguel, with its elaborate cast-iron construction and glass walls, a popular shopping destination for local foods and delicacies, including salted fish, oysters, fresh pasta and cakes. We visit the Plaza Mayor, dating back to 1619, with its chequered history of bull-fighting, and heretic burning. Three sides of the cobblestone plaza are enclosed by rows of three-story apartments decorated with frescoes, ornamented with balconies framed with wrought-iron railings and topped with elegant slate spires.

The afternoon is free.

In evening we meet for dinner to enjoy tapas specialities of the region.

DAY 10 | SUNDAY 14 JUNE 2020

3RD OF 3 NIGHTS AT CÍRCULO GRAN VIA, AUTOGRAPH COLLECTION, MADRID

MADRID:

In the morning we have a private guided tour of the Palacio Real de Madrid. The palace is the official residence of the Spanish Royal Family, but it is only used for state ceremonies. It is the largest royal palace in Europe with 135,000 square metres of floor space and 3,418 rooms. While still used for official ceremonies, 50 of the structure’s elegant rooms are open to the public, including an armoury, pharmacy and the palace’s lavish throne room, or ‘Salón del Trono,’ which features a ceiling painted by the Baroque artist, Tiepolo. A fresco in the grand dining hall depicts Christopher Columbus presenting gifts from the New World to King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella.

After visiting the palace there will still be time for you to discover more of Madrid. You might like to stroll through the Sabatini Gardens which are on the north side of the palace and which are free and open to the public. You could walk to the Plaza de Oriente, just across the street from the palace. Lined with statues, trees, shrubs and with a fountain in the centre, it is a beautiful place to relax. You may like to return to the hotel to rest before tonight’s opera, but if you would like to explore a little more, you could take the 20-minute walk from the hotel to one of the most beautiful parks in Madrid, Parque del Buen Retiro. ‘El Retiro’, which has 350-acres of gardens, fountains and buildings, began as a monastery in the 1500s. It was expanded into a royal park when Phillip II moved his court to Madrid in 1561. It has been part of the public domain since 1868.

In the early evening we have a talk by Taryn and Jud about the opera we will attend this evening. We will then attend a performance of Die Passagierin by Mieczyslaw Weinberg, directed by David Pountney at Teatro Real in Madrid. Based on an autobiographical account, Die Passagierin presents the relationship between two residents of Auschwitz in very different situations: one a jailer; the other, his prey. Its release would take decades to arrive, but the delay mattered little: Die Passagierin has since started an unstoppable career.

DAY 11 | MONDAY 15 JUNE 2020

1ST OF 3 NIGHTS AT GRAND HOTEL CENTRAL, BARCELONA

MADRID TO BARCELONA:

In the morning we travel from Madrid to Barcelona on the high-speed train. On arrival we check into the luxurious Grand Hotel Central, Barcelona.

In the afternoon we have a private guided tour of the magnificent La Sagrada Familia Basilica, the finest masterpiece of Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí. Five generations have already witnessed the cathedral’s rise in Barcelona and construction continues today. The 19th of March 2017 was the 135th anniversary of the laying of the cornerstone of the cathedral. Presently, 70% of the Basilica is completed and work is being done on building the six central towers. Even now, however, it is an exciting and spectacular structure to visit.

This evening is free to relax, or to explore a little of Barcelona. Only 10-minutes walk from our hotel is Barcelona’s iconic La Rambla, the tree-lined pedestrian street, crowded with locals and tourists, kiosks selling newspapers, souvenirs, or flowers, street traders, performers, and sidewalk cafes and bars.

DAY 12 | TUESDAY 16 JUNE 2020

2ND OF 3 NIGHTS AT GRAND HOTEL CENTRAL, BARCELONA

BARCELONA:

This morning we go on a walking tour of Barcelona's Gothic Quarter. We explore the incredible architecture, bustling bars, trend-setting boutiques and mouth-watering tapas bars that give this famous neighbourhood its unique charm. During our walk we will pass by exciting historical sites such as the medieval Plaça del Rei, the MUHBA Temple d'August, the city's Roman remnants and the Palatine Capilla de Santa Ágata.

The afternoon is free, but you could take a stroll to the southern end of La Rambla to see the Christopher Columbus Monument, Mirador de Colum, and Port Vell, the old port of Barcelona. Nearby are the Royal Dockyards which contain a maritime museum specifically devoted to naval history in the Mediterranean. In the other direction you could walk to Palau Güell, an astonishing neo-Gothic mansion designed by Gaudí, and built between 1886 and 1888. Situated on the Carrer Nou de la Rambla, it is a magnificent example of early Gaudí architecture, and is evidence of his creative genius.

In the evening we will have a delicious dinner of Catalan cuisine.

DAY 13 | WEDNESDAY 17 JUNE 2020

3RD OF 3 NIGHTS AT GRAND HOTEL CENTRAL, BARCELONA

BARCELONA:

This morning we have a private guided tour of the Museu Picasso de Barcelona, which houses one of the most extensive collections of artworks by the 20th-century Spanish artist Pablo Picasso. The museum is housed in five adjoining medieval palaces in Barcelona's La Ribera. It opened to the public on 9 March 1963, becoming the first museum dedicated to Picasso's work and the only one created during the artist's life. With 4,251 works exhibited by the painter, the museum has one of the most complete permanent collections of works.

The afternoon is free.

In the late afternoon we will attend our final talk by Taryn and Jud to hear about this evening’s opera.

We then travel to Gran Teatre del Liceu, a former convent and theatre with a fascinating history, where we have a private guided tour of the opera house. Following this we attend our final opera of the tour, Bizet’s Carmen.

DAY 14 | THURSDAY 18 JUNE 2020

TOUR ENDS

Following our final breakfast at the hotel the tour concludes.

Please note: There may be some changes to the itinerary depending on the final confirmation of performances.


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Inclusions | Opera, Music & Art in Portugal & Spain


Inclusions

Inclusions | Opera, Music & Art in Portugal & Spain


Inclusions

INCLUSIONS

5–18 JUNE 2020 (14 DAYS)

AUD$11,650 PER PERSON TWIN SHARE

Deposit: AUD$600 per person
Single supplement: AUD$2,150
Final payment due: 2 April 2020

INCLUSIONS:

  • Performances: Premium tickets for an opera at Teatro Real in Madrid and Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona and an opera at either Teatro Nacional de São Carlos in Lisbon or Teatro de la Maestranza in Seville. Attendance at a Fado performance in Lisbon, a Flamenco performance in Seville and an exclusive private recital by Taryn Fiebig and Jud Arthur.

  • Tour Leaders and Talks: Tour leadership and background talks by Taryn Fiebig and Jud Arthur.

  • Hotels: 13 nights' accommodation including:

    - Three nights at the 4-star Hotel Lisboa Plaza;
    - Four nights at the 5-star Gran Melia Colon, Seville;
    - Three nights at the 4-star Círculo Gran Via, Autograph Collection, Madrid;
    - Three nights at the 5-star Grand Hotel Central, Barcelona;
    - Porterage of one piece of luggage at each hotel.

  • Travel: Land travel by private air-conditioned coach. Please note that occasionally, public transport is also used for short distance travel.

  • Meals/Drinks: Full buffet breakfast each morning. Drinks and canapés on the first evening of the tour. Three lunches and three dinners with wine, water and tea/coffee.

  • Entry Fees and Guided Tours: Entrance fees for museums, art galleries etc. as stated in your itinerary. Expert local guides will be used at some sites.

  • Tips: Tips for drivers, local guides and for meals included in your itinerary.

  • Information Pack: Comprehensive pre-tour information pack.

EXCLUSIONS:

  • International/Domestic Travel: Hayllar Music Tours can provide you with a quote. Phone +61 (0) 2 8091 2545 or email contact@hayllarmusictours.com

  • Airport Transfers: Transfers to/from airports and hotels at the beginning and end of tours. These can be arranged at an additional cost.

  • Special Taxes: Special taxes and airport levies that can only be paid in cash at the destination. We will endeavour to advise you of these charges (if any) before you depart.

  • Visas: Costs associated with obtaining visas for countries visited on your tour. Please note that Australian and New Zealand passport holders do not require a visa to enter Portugal or Spain.

  • Travel Insurance: Please note that you are required to have comprehensive travel insurance to cover you for the duration of your tour. If you live in Australia, Hayllar Music Tours can organise your travel insurance for you. Please contact them at phone +61 (0) 2 8091 2545 or email contact@hayllarmusictours.com

  • Meals: Lunches and dinners not nominated in your itinerary.

  • Personal Expenses: Personal expenses such as laundry, phone calls and mini-bar.

  • Activities in Free Time: Costs associated with any activities suggested for you in your free time.

SMALL GROUP SIZE

The tour will operate with 8 people. The maximum number on the tour will be 20 people.

FITNESS LEVEL REQUIRED - LEVEL 1

All members of the group must feel comfortable walking for 1–2 hours, standing for long periods of time in museums, art galleries etc. and embarking/disembarking coaches.

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