• 9/5/2019 12:28 PM
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Italy & Jordan trip from New York! Visit Venice, Verona, Bergamo and Aqaba (Petra) for just $297!

It’s a fantastic journey!

It’s time to discover fascinating Jordan! Book separately your flights to Venice and Aqaba and trains to Verona and Bergamo for just $297!

Take advantage of this offer and see the icons of Istanbul, like the Hagia Sophia, Topkapı Palace, Dolmabahçe Palace, Blue Mosque and many other extraordinary landmarks! Take a Bosphorus sightseeing cruise or enjoy shopping in the Grand Bazaar. Walk along the oriental streets of Istanbul’s Sultanahmet neighborhood and try some traditional Turkish food!

To find out more about Istanbul go to Lonely Planet online shop >> and read Destination Fly4free: Istanbul>>

Known for its authentic Middle Eastern culture and hospitable locals, Jordan is a land of fascinating contrasts and history. Apart from the legendary rock-cut temples of Petra and the very site where Jesus Christ is thought to have been baptized, you can explore the Roman, Ottoman, Persian and Egyptian relics, as well as deserts and beach resorts.

To know more check Destination Fly4free: Jordan and go to Lonely Planet online shop >>

Routing & dates:
New York – Venice – New York (9-22 November)
Venice – Verona (9 November)
Verona – Milan (11 November)
Milan – Aqaba (13 November)
Aqaba – Venice (19 November)

Baggage policy:
One cabin bag per passenger.

Sample reservations:
New York – Venice – New York >>>

Venice – Bergamo>> ($6 by bus)

Verona – Milan>> ($6 by bus)

Milan – Aqaba>>

Aqaba – Venice>>

In Aqaba we recommend you staying at the very well-rated Dweik Hotel 3. This hotel features air conditioned rooms,  flat-screen TV with satellite channels, an ensuite bathroom with free toiletries and sea views.

Car Rentals:
Book cheap car rentals HERE and don’t forget about Car hire excess insurance offered by Icarehireinsurance.com >>

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