12 Days Peaks Of Europe: The Alps To The Dolomites

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12 Days Peaks Of Europe: The Alps To The Dolomites
Collette Tours

✓ Travel with Collette Tours
✓ Embark on an invigorating journey through Europe’s towering Alps and idyllic towns
✓ Ascend 4 unique mountains via cable car and cogwheel train
✓ Choose to join local alpinists for 2 hiking experiences
✓ Visit Jungfrauioch and stand at the “Top of Europe”
✓ Visit the Swiss vineyards of Lavaux and the Italian vineyards of Prosecco
✓ Discover the heritage of the Ladin people
✓ Dine on a farm-to-table lunch amid soaring Dolomites
✓ Spend time in the idyllic storybook towns of Lucerne, Innsbruck, and Cortina
✓ Across France, Switzerland, Austria, and Italy, discover breathtaking beauty and local charm
✓ 11 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 5 Dinners

12 Days Peaks Of Europe: The Alps To The Dolomites

✓ Travel with Collette Tours
✓ Embark on an invigorating journey through Europe’s towering Alps and idyllic towns
✓ Ascend 4 unique mountains via cable car and cogwheel train
✓ Choose to join local alpinists for 2 hiking experiences
✓ Visit Jungfrauioch and stand at the “Top of Europe”
✓ Visit the Swiss vineyards of Lavaux and the Italian vineyards of Prosecco
✓ Discover the heritage of the Ladin people
✓ Dine on a farm-to-table lunch amid soaring Dolomites
✓ Spend time in the idyllic storybook towns of Lucerne, Innsbruck, and Cortina
✓ Across France, Switzerland, Austria, and Italy, discover breathtaking beauty and local charm
✓ 11 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 5 Dinners

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$7,199 PP
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