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Get a taste of la dolce vita in Italy with Bunnik Tours

December 8, 2020 Tour Operator No Comments Email Email

Your clients can say ciao to the wonders of Italy in 2022 with Bunnik Tours on a small group tour to this incredible country.

As part of Bunnik Tours’ new campaign, The Places We’ll Go, your clients can secure their 2021 and 2022 tours at 2020 prices and will be one step closer to discovering the cultural impact of the Roman civilisation and the Renaissance in Venice, Rome and Florence, visiting the idyllic Lake Como and enjoying the colourful coasts of Amalfi and Cinque Terre.

The 24-day Italian Discovery itinerary, starting from $12,795 per person, from Bologna to Rome combines the best of Italy for an unforgettable tour.

Beginning in Bologna, clients will be introduced to what Italy is best known for – its food – when they experience the ‘Food Valley’ and taste cheese, balsamic vinegar and prosciutto. Travelling north to Venice, your clients will be engrossed by the city’s mosaic of 117 islands connected by 409 bridges. Lake Como and Milan are up next before clients venture to the coast and spend time in Cinque Terre. Travelling further south through the stunning Tuscan countryside, clients will next visit Florence and see its outstanding Renaissance buildings, sculptures and artwork. Filled with historic icons, picturesque streets and bustling piazzas, clients will spend time in Rome and immerse themselves in this iconic city. Last up is the Bay of Naples as clients soak up the Amalfi Coast and stay in the coastal town of Sorrento.

For clients wanting to see something different, the 23-day Southern Italy, Sicily & Malta small group tour, starting from $10,995 per person, is for them. Beginning in Rome, clients will then travel south to Sorrento and spend three glorious nights on the Amalfi Coast before travelling to Alberobello famous for its unique trulli – whitewashed dry stone circular houses with conical roofs. Next it’s on to Matera before clients board a ferry to cross the Strait of Messina to Sicily. Clients will enjoy five nights on the island of Sicily exploring Giardini Naxos, Palermo, Agrigento and more before bidding farewell to Italy and travelling by ferry to Malta. Often described as an open-air museum with over 7,000 years of history set against the backdrop of the Mediterranean Sea, there is so much to see and do before the tour ends.

All tours have no more than 20 travellers and include all sightseeing, accommodation, many meals and more. Your clients can enjoy confidence in booking with our new terms and conditions and confidence in travelling with the WTTC and CATO Covid Safe Travel Protocols that we have adopted.

To help agents promote and sell these tours, Bunnik Tours has put together a suite of resources including social media tiles, custom branded flyers, eDM banners and more. Simply login to the Bunnik Tours agent portal to access.

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