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Book Your Journey with Confidence for Travel Through December 31, 2022
With Akorn’s flexible booking policy, you can plan your future travel with complete peace of mind. Book now for travel through December 31, 2022, and you may change or cancel up to 30 days prior to departure in the event of a COVID-19-related reason — whether at home or in your travel destination — and receive a credit toward future travel.
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Terms and Conditions: For new bookings made with Akorn Europe beginning January 1, 2022 for travel through December 31, 2022, guests may change or cancel the booking up to 30 days prior to departure in the event of a COVID-19-related reason at home or in their travel destination. For Tailor Made bookings, some exclusions and penalties may apply, which will be advised in writing prior to confirmation. All monies applied to a new booking are non-transferable and non-refundable. Guests who cancel without rebooking will receive a credit toward future travel valid through December 31, 2022; credit is non-transferable and non-refundable. Applicable price of new journey applies. Guest is responsible for non-refundable air fees, insurance and other related costs. All other standard terms and conditions apply to the booking. Special terms are subject to change and can be withdrawn at any time.
COVID-19-related reasons include:
- The government in the guest’s country of residence issues a Do Not Travel advisory due to COVID-19 for the destination the guest is travelling to.
- The government in the guest’s country of residence restricts all but essential travel.
- The destination the guest is travelling to has entry restrictions in place that prohibit the guest from travelling, such as closed borders or extended quarantine requirements.
- International flights are cancelled without alternative routing available for guest to use to reach the destination(s) in the itinerary.
Special Terms: COVID-19 and Multi-Country Itineraries:
For multi-country itineraries, the ability to change or postpone only applies to destination(s) that qualify due to COVID-19 related reasons. We will make our best efforts to work with suppliers to minimize penalties in non-impacted destinations by rerouting or postponing your journey.
Nautical November & Winter sun in European cities
Many European cities have an inviting appeal as the seasons change offering cultural exploration, unique scenery with glorious local food regions, accompanied by the warm Mediterranean coastal breeze. One of the enticing aspects about Europe during the Winter months is the off-peak travel season, making for an exploration of charming cities without summertime crowds. Enjoy a nautical break in November, taking a discovery into impressive architecture and traditional atmosphere within your chosen city destination of Lisbon, Dubrovnik, Nice or Bilbao – all with the seasonal warmth of Winter sunshine.
Immerse yourself in Portuguese culture visiting cultural highlights including the Belem district. Delight in Lisbon’s seafood cuisine, savour the sweet indulgence of pasteis de nata or take a sunset cruise along the Tagus estuary with tastings of Portuguese wine on board. Discover Dubrovnik, sampling Dalmatian wine varieties & enjoy a unique oyster tasting on the private island of Ston. Unwind in Cavtat on the Dubrovnik Riviera, soak up Winter sunshine on the protected bay of Miramere beach or take a private kayaking tour of nearby Elaphite Islands. Ideal for Winter escapism, Nice offers warm Mediterranean climes with a perfect mix of French & Italian influences. Experience the Cote D’Azur, taking to the waters of the French Riviera with a half-day yachting excursion to Monaco. Explore contemporary art within the Basque Country and admire impressive avant-garde architecture of the Guggenheim Museum. Bustling Bilbao offers an exciting dining scene with Michelin-starred restaurants & pintxo bars, even visit the first underwater wine cellar in the world.
Spotlight on the Cycladic beauty of Paros & Naxos
Discover the beauty of the Cyclades with the up-and-coming destinations of Paros and Naxos offering an escape into traditional Greek culture. In Paros, admire the typical Cycladic whitewashed houses of Parikia, wander amongst the picturesque streets of Naoussa, and enjoy the upscale nightlife of this chic harbour village. Beyond the highlights of Paros, take a private yacht to the island of Antiparos to view its dramatic caverns adorned with stalactites and stalagmites. Authentic atmosphere, stunning beaches, and impressive ancient ruins await in Naxos, including Chora Town the iconic Portara, all defining this vast landscape as an island that offers families a unique experience. See sundown over the kaleidoscope of crystalline seas that form the coast of Naxos with emerald waters emblematic of the Cycladic islands.
Berlin's Museum Island gets a new neighbour
No trip to the German capital is complete without a stop at the concentration of five famous museums in the middle of the River Spree. The likes of the Pergamon, Altes, and Neues Museums are all well worthy of visits to discover a jaw-dropping range of exhibits from the Ancient Egyptian, Greek, Roman, and wider world of the classical age. Just opposite these world-leading venues is the Humboldt Forum, which opened in July 2021 with some special features of its own, not least the Berlin Exhibition, the Humboldt Laboratory (a workshop for scientific research and discussion), and the spectacular Ethnological Museum and Museum of Asian Art, which boasts Chinese court art, decorated houses from Oceania, a throne from the Kingdom of Bamum, and artefacts dating back to the 5th millennium BC among its 10,000 artefacts. The recent completion of the east wing adds even more exhibition areas to the forum, so that visitors are not short of options on their next visit to Berlin.
King Kladrubers add to royal status
Over 440 years ago Czech equine experts began breeding horses specifically for the purpose of pulling the coaches of monarchs. The site that emerged at Kladruby nad Labem has since become a breeding ground and training site for the Kladruber breed, which is still used by European royalty today. Though there are only four royal stables left in Europe, Kladruby nad Labem supports half of them, in Sweden and Denmark. Earlier this month, UNESCO recognised its major cultural by adding it to is World Heritage List, and visitors to the Central European site today can witness the studs of the majestic greys and blacks with a guided tour of the stables, coach room and chateau, as well as enjoy the possibility of a coach ride.
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