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- A guided tour of important places
- Accommodation in single twin share room
- All meals included
- Beautifully illustrated souvenir map
- Professionally guided tour
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- Entrance tickets to monuments and museums
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Programma: Partenza in Pullman da Osimo o da Ancona sud, salite ai caselli di P.Recanati, Civitanova alle ore 4.30 circa per raggiungere il Porto di Termoli. Imbarco sulla nave veloce per l’arcipelago e sbarco all’Isola di San Nicola. Visita del suo borgo medievale. Fondata dai monaci benedettini come luogo di eremitaggio estremo, divenne ben presto una potente abbazia tale da essere definita la “Montecassino del mare”. Giro delle isole con visita delle grotte. Trasferimento in barca nella vicina isola di san Domino. Pranzo libero ( o facoltativo in ristorante con menù a base di pesce) . Tempo a disposizione per il relax e possibilità di fare il bagno. Raduno dei partecipanti, imbarco alle ore 17.15 Arrivo a Termoli e proseguimento in pullman per il viaggio di ritorno.
Quota partecipazione (Minimo 30 partecipanti) €. 93,00
Quota pranzo a base di pesce compreso bevande “ 20,00
La quota comprende: Viaggio in Pullman GT, accompagnatore, traghetto veloce Termoli/tremiti A/R, barca x giro arcipelago, assicurazione medica.
PRENOTAZIONI CON ACCONTO DI €. 43,00 ENTRO IL
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- in agenzia a Osimo o con carta di credito contattando l’agenzia.
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Organizzazione Tecnica I viaggi del marajà –Osimo –Licenza n. 17934 rilasciata dal Comune di Osimo, Iscr. REA AN-193424 – Polizza assicurativa Mondial : RC n. 188635
- Day 1 - Big Ben and Parliament
- Day 2 - The British Museum
- Day 3 - The Tower of London and Tower Bridge
Nothing says "London" more emphatically than the 318-foot tower housing the giant clock and its resounding bell known as Big Ben. It's as iconic a landmark as Tower Bridge. The tolling of Big Ben is known throughout the world as the time signal of BBC radio. Below it, stretching along the Thames, are the Houses of Parliament, seat of Britain's government for many centuries and once the site of the royal Westminster Palace occupied by William the Conqueror. Tours of the parliament buildings offer a unique chance to see real-time debates and lively political discussions. From Parliament Square, Whitehall is lined by so many government buildings that its name has become synonymous with the British government.
Embrace London's History
Displaying one of the world's finest collections of antiquities, the British Museum contains more than 13 million artifacts from the ancient world. With priceless objects from Assyria, Babylonia, China, Europe, and elsewhere, it's hard to know where to begin. But most tourists head first for the museum's most famous exhibits: the controversial Elgin Marbles from the Parthenon, the Rosetta Stone, the colossal bust of Ramesses II, the Egyptian mummies, and the spectacular hoard of 4th-century Roman silver known as the Mildenhall Treasure.
Local landmarks and highlights
From prison to palace, treasure vault to private zoo, the magnificent Tower of London has fulfilled many different roles down the centuries. One of Britain's most iconic structures, this spectacular World Heritage Site offers hours of fascination for visitors curious about the country's rich history - after all, so much of it happened here. Inside the massive White Tower, built in 1078 by William the Conqueror, is the 17th-century Line of Kings with its remarkable displays of royal armaments and armor. Other highlights include the famous Crown Jewels exhibition, the Beefeaters, the Royal Mint, and gruesome exhibits about the executions that took place on the grounds. The adjacent Tower Bridge, its two huge towers rising 200 feet above the River Thames, is one of London's best-known landmarks.
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One of the world's most visited cities, London has something for everyone: from history and culture to fine food and good times.
Tower of London
The unmissable Tower of London (actually a castle of 22 towers) offers a window into a gruesome and compelling history. A former royal residence, treasury, mint, armoury and zoo, it's perhaps now most remembered as the prison where a king, three queens and many nobles met their deaths. Come here to see the colourful Yeoman Warders (or Beefeaters), the spectacular Crown Jewels, the soothsaying ravens and armour fit for a very large king.
Standing 135m high in a fairly flat city, the London Eye affords views 25 miles in every direction, weather permitting. Interactive tablets provide great information (in six languages) about landmarks as they appear in the skyline. Each rotation – or 'flight' – takes a gracefully slow 30 minutes. At peak times (July, August and school holidays) it can feel like you'll spend more time in the queue than in the capsule; book premium fast-track tickets to jump the queue.
Museum of London
As entertaining as it is educational, the Museum of London meanders through the various incarnations of the city, stopping off in Roman Londinium and Saxon Ludenwic before eventually ending up in the 21st-century metropolis. Interesting objects and interactive displays work together to bring each era to life, without ever getting too whiz-bang, making this one of the capital's best museums. Free themed tours take place throughout the day; check the signs by the entrance for times.