MONTENEGRO 19/26 APRIL 2018

The price will be £675 for members and £685 for non members. Unfortunately a single supplement – beyond our control – is £119 (you will have a double/twin for sole occupancy). A deposit of £100 per person is required.

Departure from Gatwick on British Airways will be 1240 to Dubrovnik returning at 1710 arriving Gatwick at 1900. We will be staying at the Iberostar Bellevue, Budva on an all inclusive basis. We will have a welcome drink on arrival. Buffet breakfast each morning, buffet lunch each day (excluding arrival and departure day), buffet dinner each evening. Self service drinks package of nonalocholic (soft beverages, coffee, tea, cocktails) and alcoholic (domestic varieties of draught wine, beer and spirits, cocktails).

We will have a full day excursion of Montenegro by Train with lunch. This excursion takes you to the Sveti Stefan peninsular to the town of Bar and then by train to the north. With birds eye view of mountain chains, pine forests, green meadows, rivers and the breathtaking Moraca canyon. The rail leads us through innumerable tunnels and impressive bridges, including the highest in Europe. In Kolasin you have free time and a Montenegrin lunch. Another “highlight” is the visit of the more than 700 year Moraca monastery. The return journey by bus stops at the deepest and narrowest point of the canyon followed by a rest stop at Skadar lake.

Full day excursion to Dubrovnik with entry to a Franciscan Monastery. This day is visiting neighbouring Croatia and discovering Dubrovnik, the Pearl of the Adriatic. An outstanding city, its historical and architectural significance has earned it’s rightful place as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Explore the ancient walls and the stunning Old Town. The visit to the Franciscan Monastery is included.

We would like to point out that hotels in many European countries are not of the same grade as UK hotels also airports often entail quite a lot of walking. We do request airport assistance for those who require it but as BA have pointed out they can only make the request as wheelchair/buggy assistance is provided by the airport operators. This is not a problem in the UK but sometimes in overseas airports assistance is not always available, therefore we would like to say you should take this into consideration when you book.

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