Italian adventures by Titan
Save up to £200pp with four fabulous Italian adventures from escorted holiday specialist, Titan. And up to the 31st January, you can book the majority of Titan holidays for a deposit of just £40 per person.
There’s a wonderful variety of escorted Italian adventures to choose from:
- “Treasures of Italy” explores cultural icons and historic gems.
- “Sicily – Jewel of the Mediterranean” sweeps around this historic, architecturally diverse island.
- Head north where “Charm of the Dolomites” will acquaint you with lovely mountain towns and regional cuisine.
- “Scenic Lake Orta”, blends time at one of the prettiest Italian lakes with the opportunity chance to nip over the Swiss border by train.
Titan Travel is one of the UK’s leading escorted holiday companies. Also an award-winning travel specialist, Titan’s holidays range across all seven continents. With their carefully planned itineraries, you can relax and enjoy your holiday.
Treasures of Italy
10 days from £1,999pp
Save up to £200pp
Visit Venice, Bologna, Florence, Assisi and Rome on this culturally packed 10-day tour. And this unforgettable adventure also steps off the beaten track to explore more local aspects of the region. Find out more.
Sicily - Jewel of the Mediterranean
10 days from £1,499pp
Save up to £200pp
Another beautiful destination. Furthermore, Sicily embraces a unique mix of cultures and history after centuries of foreign domination. And you’ll discover a smorgasbord of architecture and a range of historic sites to visit. Find out more.
Charm of the Dolomites
8 days from £1,099pp
Save up to £150pp
Visit Innsbruck, Vipiteno, Bressanone, Bolzano, Merano, Trento and more. Did you know that the UNESCO-listed Dolomites are one of Europe’s better-kept secrets? Explore villages and historic towns and enjoy a spectacular backdrop of mountains and valleys. Find out more.
Scenic Lake Orta
8 days from £1,299pp
Save up to £100pp
A journey into northern Italy to the smallest of the Italian Lakes. Lake Orta is refreshingly uncrowded and relatively untouched by tourism. And why not pop over the border by rail into Switzerland to take in the breathtaking mountain scenery. Find out more