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Venice

Venice is one of Italy's most impressive, artistically influential and of course, romantic cities. BGYB charter offers the opportunity for  clients to indulge themselves in the stylish and historical heart of Venice.

Through a charter holiday, we can arrange visits to the best sights and museums of this destination as well as the best places to dine and experience the nightlife. Following on from Venice, the opportunity to discover the Croatian Islands in the Adriatic Sea awaits you - a truely memorable experience.

 

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Suggested Itinerary

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WHEN TO GO: MAY-OCTOBER
Day 1

Exploring Venice with all its glory and history.  An abundance of things to do in Venice guarantees a fullfilled experience in one of the most beautiful and romantic cities in the world.  Visitng the numerous museums on offer, taking a ride on a gondola as well tasting some classic italian food and wine are a must.

Day 2

From Italy to Pula in Croatia. One of the largest cities in Croatia with a well protected port surrounded by hills makes it a very picturesque coastal city indeed.  With its unspoilt views and abundance of historical architecture including various roman ruins, its a must see location on the Adriatic coast.

Day 3

The town of Mali Losinj is not very well known: all the better for a bit of escapism. It has a tiny population with an enchanting atmosphere and had the largest merchant harbour in the Adriatic Sea at the beginning of the 20th Century.

Day 4

With an even greater mix of history, Zadar has many well preserved roman monuments.  An incredibly interesting peninsula town which is also home to some very well preserved Gothic, Rennaisance and Baroque monuments.

Day 5

Split is one of Croatia's most renowned locations and also one of it's most impressive being the largest Dalmation city. Over 1700 years old and bursting with archealogical treasures, the second largest city in Croatia is only a stone's throw away from the Adriatic Sea.

Day 6

The charter than heads to Korcula. A seductive island, snuggled away in the Adriatic. With it's very mediterranean feel thanks to its economy heavily reliant on agriculture: grapes, olives, fruit and fish. The vibrant town also provides rich history thanks to the countless waves of different european settlers arriving here over the years. Panoramic views throughout the island add to the attraction and character of this incredibly unique charter destination.

Day 7

The charter comes to an end in the jewel of Croatia, Dubrovnik. A thoroughly lively place in Croatia with festivals throughout the year and a signinficant number of tourists to guarnatee a carnival atmosphere. With its well preserved historical centre and its 13th Century walls, it a fantastically beautiful and captivating town and the perfect place to finish your holiday.

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