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I M AG I N AT I V E I T I N E R A R I E S F O R T H E D I S C E R N I N G T R AV E L E R


Contents == The Green and Gentle Heart of Italy . . . . . . . . . . . 4 == Lou Provenรงo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 == Croatia and Slovenia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 == Three Golden Cities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 == Insights into Inspiration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 == Hidden Europe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

All photography by Anthony Bay


1 Our 2011 collection of selected itineraries offers

This collection benefits from my long experience

an imaginative alternative for the discerning

in travel: for many years I worked with prestigious

traveler to Europe. Bursting with originality and

travel company Abercrombie & Kent, designing

magical moments, with culture and beauty, each

itineraries into Europe for the discerning North

program offers you the chance to take a unique

American market, and in 2008 Condé Nast Traveler

and very personal experience home with you.

first honoured me as a Top Travel Specialist for my

This is spiritual recharge, Europe style!

work in France – so it has a fine pedigree!

Europe inspires, dazzles, charms.... and I have spent over 25 years of my

We have sought to create a program that is in tune with the demands

life studying it, traveling through it, and sharing my passion for it with

of the 21st century traveler who is looking for experiential tourism but

all those who have journeyed with me. This is a complex continent

who also has an active life. For example, all our itineraries are “just a

also, whose long history and diverse cultures add to its fascination, no

working week away” from the office or home, and are

less than its celebrated cuisines and stunning physical beauty.

filled with those special and unique experiences which cannot be found on the Internet.

In the pages of this brochure is an exciting, and intriguingly diverse, choice of itineraries. All departures are guaranteed, based on a

Come and join me with a select group of no more than

minimum of 2 passengers. I will accompany each itinerary, for this is

16 fellow travelers while we discover and learn, share

very much a personal selection, made possible thanks to the friends,

extraordinary and unique experiences, dine heartily – and above all

colleagues and extraordinary acquaintances I have the privilege to

have fun, traveling together through some of the most beautiful and

know, some of whom you will meet when you travel with me.

interesting regions of Europe.

I am never quite sure whether my service as a diplomat best qualifies me for tour guiding, or my training as an art historian – or simply my love of good food and wine! Perhaps it is just the deep affection I hold for these lands, and my desire that those traveling with me should have an enriching experience too; that each day we travel together brings something special and memorable.

Anthony Bay’s EuropeSM


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W h AT ’ S SO S P E C I A L A B O U T A n t h o n y B ay ’ s Eu r o p e ? == We pursue perfection! == My full commitment to personally host and accompany each departure == Our departures are guaranteed, once 2 passengers have paid their deposit, giving you the assurance that the tour will indeed depart == Our groups never exceed 16 fellow travelers == We offer fabulous ‘experiential’ travel – meetings with extraordinary people, and enriching moments == All itineraries are “just a working week away” from the office or home – depart Friday and return the following Sunday == I am passionate about travel and would love to share that passion with you == We work with intelligently selected deluxe hotels that complement the itineraries. Double rooms are always at the best available level below Junior Suite == My team and I live in Europe and love Europe deeply, each in our own way == I have regularly escorted North American clients throughout Europe – traveling with you and learning first-hand what you want – and have 25 years experience of researching, designing and operating itineraries for the discerning traveler == We remain focused on our #1 goal: your total satisfaction


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W h at d o w e o f f e r ? == An unwavering commitment to service and satisfaction == Unique moments, private invitations and meetings with extraordinary people that are just not possible to secure when you travel alone, surf the Internet or join larger sized groups

== Our local guides are the best there are – I know because many of them are personal friends == A travel experience that is active, fresh and upbeat, crafted for the discerning traveler who is looking for value

== ‘Whisper’ headphones supplied throughout, to ensure that you hear your guide clearly == At least two seats per person on coaches == All double rooms are at the best available level below Junior Suite in each hotel. Singles are always a double room for single use == Meals that are chosen to enhance your experience, rather than designed to make extra profit for us

== Imaginative itineraries, unusual destinations and unique experiences == Many opportunities to relax, work out and go to a Spa – each itinerary is designed to give you good amounts of down time == A toll-free 888 number to call in the United States


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The Green and Gentle Heart of Italy

T h r o u g h N o r t h e r n L a z i o, U m b r ia a n d Tu s ca n y

Ah Italy!.....Like everyone who comes to this blessed country, I fall helplessly in love with la bella Italia each time I visit. But the crowds of tourists, they’re almost overwhelming… So when we were thinking of an Italy itinerary for our collection, we were driven by three goals: to avoid the obvious, to avoid the crowds (as best we could), and to introduce you to some original places. And I think that we’ve succeeded, with this delicious route taking you through the gentle, green heart which forms the central core of the country, indulging in and appreciating all that’s best of the land, its history and its traditions – at the same time staying away from the worst of the crowds.


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We start at an equestrian ranch in the lovely, rolling countryside of northern Lazio – a land of almond orchards and lakes – where we enjoy lunch with a Princess in her medieval castle, and hear from a journalist about the Italy of today. Afterwards it’s up to Orvieto, perched atop a 1,000 foot cliff with its stunning cathedral and its 3,000 year old underground Etruscan city. Gentle Umbria brings us to Perugia (great chocolate!) and the mystical town of Assisi, where a monk privately takes us around the burial chapel of St Francis. There’s a visit to Cortona, setting for “Under The Tuscan Sun”, before we arrive in glorious Siena for a three night stay, dining privately in an 18th Cent apartment, one of the grandest in the city, and enjoying lunch in a Renaissance hamlet isolated in the heart of the Tuscan countryside. We stop by a collection of modern sculpture and painting, have lunch on what must be the prettiest terrace in Tuscany, and enjoy a private tasting of famous Chianti wines.... This is a veritable cornucopia of delights, and a chance to meet some of my favourite Italian friends too – Italy at its most alluring!

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T h e H e a r t o f I taly I taly Guaranteed Departure!*

Your Journey

Limited to just 16 passengers

Price per person

Northern Lazio

In double occupancy (all rooms at best available level below Junior Suite) $6850

Lake Bracciano

Single Supplement, in Double Room for Single use $1005

Orvieto

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Umbria

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Perugia

Departure Dates 2011 Friday 03 June – Sunday 12 June With Anthony Bay as your Tour Director

Assisi

Friday 14 October – Sunday 23 October With Anthony Bay as your Tour Director

Tuscany

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‘Whisper’ headphones supplied throughout

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“Just a working week away” from the office or home

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At least two seats per person on coaches

Cortona Siena the Chianti

*once 2 passengers have paid their deposit

Day by Day (please see our website for detailed itinerary) Friday | Leave the USA Saturday | Rome-Anguillara, Italy Private transfer from Rome airport to your hotel near Lake Bracciano; open bar welcome cocktail party and dinner. Hotel I Due Laghi C,D

Sunday | Northern Lazio Excursion to ancient Etruscan site of Sutri and flamboyantly baroque Farnese Palace; lunch privately with a Princess in her medieval castle; Guest Speaker talks about Italian politics and society; a ‘pasta party’ dinner. Hotel I Due Laghi B,L,D

Monday | Bracciano – Orvieto – Perugia Guided visit of Orvieto — its rich Gothic cathedral with frescoes by Signorelli, and 3,000 year old underground city of the Etruscans; visit Etruscan tomb in Perugia and check into your hotel in centre of the old town. Grand Hotel Brufani B,L

Tuesday | Perugia A Guest Speaker explains the Etruscan civilization followed by morning walk tour of the Old Town, visiting the Cathedral and National Gallery; afternoon at leisure or join a walk around the Etruscan remains in the town. Grand Hotel Brufani B

Wednesday | Perugia – Assisi – Cortona – Siena Private visit with a Franciscan monk of St Francis’ Basilica in Assisi, decorated with frescoes by Giotto and Simone Martini; walking visit of medieval Cortona, setting for “Under The Tuscan Sun”, and to see Fra Angelico’s ‘Annunciation’; check into your hotel in Siena, a former 17th Cent Palazzo. Grand Hotel Continental B,L

Thursday | Siena Morning walking tour of Siena, with visits to the Duomo Cathedral and its Piccolomini library, and to the Palazzo Pubblico; afternoon at leisure; dine in the lavish period apartment of a Princess. Grand Hotel Continental B,D

Florence

Friday | Siena – Monte Oliveto – Pienza — Siena Through the ‘crete’ countryside that inspired Renaissance painters to the Abbey of Monte Oliveto to admire the cycle of 36 frescoes by Signorelli and Il Sodoma; drive into the heart of the countryside for lunch privately on a Renaissance estate; visit 15th Cent Pienza, built as the ‘ideal’ town. Grand Hotel Continental B,L

Florence Chianti Siena Tuscany

Cortona Perugia Orvieto

Saturday | Siena – the Chianti – Florence Assissi

Umbria Northern Lazio Lake Bracciano

Drive into the Chianti for a private visit to a contemporary sculpture and art gallery; lunch on the terrace of Tuscany’s most delightful family run restaurant; private tasting of Chianti wines at a local vineyard; check into your hotel in the heart of Florence for open bar farewell cocktail party. Hotel Savoy, Florence B,L,C

Sunday | Return to USA Private limousine transfer to Pisa or Florence airport. B


The Wow! Factors Lunch with a Princess in her castle = exploration of Orvieto’s 3,000-year-old Etruscan underground city = private visit of St Francis of Assisi’s burial chapel conducted by a Franciscan monk = lunch on a private Renaissance estate deep in the Tuscan countryside = dinner in an 18th Cent apartment in the old town of Siena = private visit to a contemporary art and sculpture gallery = lunch on the terrace of Tuscany’s most delightful family run restaurant = private wine tasting in the Chianti region = specialist lecturers speaking on contemporary Italian society and the mysterious Etruscan civilization

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Lou Provenço

Into Provence a n d t h e L ub é r o n

I live in Provence, with my family and Buster our cocker spaniel. So this tour goes through my backyard, as it were. A region I know and love with the passion… that only an Englishman from the grey skies of Northern Europe can have for this green and fertile land under a tranquil Mediterranean sun. Yes, I’ll show you the Provence of Van Gogh, of the Popes and Roman emperors, of lavender fields and Crusader knights. But I’ll also show you the people’s Provenço taking you to a ranch with the black bulls and white stallions of the Camargue, to a basket weaver and to a potter, who’ll also cook us a delicious lunch from produce that she grows and rears on her farm (and you’ll have lunch with another farmer amongst his lavender fields).


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And we’ll also do something that’s really great fun and different – and is as much a part of the Provence of today as the sound of crickets and the smell of lavender: we’ll stay in exotic St Tropez and carouse for an afternoon with the jet-set over a long and lazy lunch by the sea, at famous Club 55 on Pampelonne beach.

Provence has a special identity and a soul all of its own that sets it apart from the rest of France, its history etched into the faces of its people who have lived a hardy life of farming and fishing. We’ll meet many of those people as we make our way along our journey, and absorb the beauty of this land that has been so loved since the earliest times. The Lubéron is the part of Provence that was the setting for Peter Mayle’s book “A Year In Provence,” a fertile, rolling landscape of medieval villages interspersed with orchards, vineyards and lavender fields. You’ll have the chance to bicycle from your 5 star hotel, a converted medieval hamlet set in a 75 acre private estate,

Because Provence is not just history and ancient traditions, it’s also a magnet for those who seek glamour and the glitter of wealth – and so why shouldn’t we enjoy that too?!

to the village where Mayle lived, before returning for a tasting of wines from the hotel’s own vineyards.

There’s a lot to this tour – come and join me!

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I n t o P r o v e n c e a n d t h e L ub é r o n FR ANCE

Day by Day (please see our website for detailed itinerary)

Guaranteed Departure!*

Your Journey

Limited to just 16 passengers

Friday | Leave the USA

Price per person

Provence

Saturday | Marseilles-Avignon, France

In double occupancy (all rooms at best available level below Junior Suite) $6795

Avignon

Single Supplement, in Double Room for Single use

$1425

Ile sur la Sorgue

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Arles

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the Camargue

Departure Date 2011 Friday September 02 – Sunday September 11

With Anthony Bay as your Tour Director

St Rémy Les Baux

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‘Whisper’ headphones supplied throughout

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“Just a working week away” from the office or home

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At least two seats per person on coaches

the Lubéron Gordes

*once 2 passengers have paid their deposit

Private transfer from Marseilles airport to your hotel in Avignon, a former 18th Cent Cardinal’s palace; open bar cocktails and welcome dinner. La Mirande C,D

Sunday | Avignon and L’Ile sur la Sorgue Visit the important and sprawling antique market of L’Ile sur la Sorgue with an expert; lunch in a fine town house restaurant; visit of the Papal Palace and old town of Avignon; talk by a celebrated US artist on the influence of Provence on painters. Hotel La Mirande B,L

Monday | Arles and the Camargue Guided visit of Arles, seeing the Roman amphitheatre, the 12th Cent Romanesque Cathedral and having a coffee on the terrace where Van Gogh painted “Café at Night”; visit the marshlands of the Camargue to see black bulls and white stallions in a private manade ranch; dine with a chef in a medieval kitchen as he prepares your meal in front of you. La Mirande B,D

Tuesday | Avignon – St Rémy de Provence – Les Baux de Provence – Gargas Visit the asylum to which Vincent van Gogh was admitted; lunch with a local farmer amongst his lavender fields; visit the ruined medieval citadel of Les Baux de Provence; check into your hotel, a converted 11th Cent hamlet on an estate in the heart of the Lubéron countryside. La Coquillade B,L

Wednesday | The Lubéron Morning at leisure with bicycles available for rent; visit to the great Benedictine Abbey of Sénanque and picturesque Gordes; enjoy a 5 course tasting menu accompanied by a selection of wines from the hotel’s vineyards. La Coquillade B,D

the Var St Tropez

Thursday | Through rural Provence to St Tropez Visit L’Occitane factory and showroom; drive into the heart of the Provenc˛al countryside to meet a basket weaver, and to have lunch with a potter who cooks food from her farm. Villa Belrose B,L

Aix en Provence

Friday | St Tropez

Avignon St Rémy Arles

Walking tour of St Tropez with a visit to the remarkable post-Impressionist paintings at Musée de L’Annonciade; visit the pretty village of Ramatuelle and have lunch with the jet set on Pampelonne beach at famous Club 55. Villa Belrose B,L

Ile sur la Sorgue

Saturday | St Tropez – Aix en Provence

Gordes Lubéron Var Les Baux Aix en Provence Camargue

Visit the bustling, colourful food market in Aix; walking tour of the Old Town and lunch of salade niçoise in an 18th Cent Café; visit the studio of painter Paul Cézanne; open bar cocktails and dinner in the garden of your hotel. Le Pigonnet B,L,C,D St Tropez

Sunday | Return to USA Private transfer to Marseilles airport. B


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Provence

The Wow! Factors An expert accompanies you around the important antique market of Ile sur la Sorgue = have a coffee on Vincent van Gogh’s terrace in Arles and see the room in the asylum to which he was admitted = private visit to a ranch in the Camargue with bulls and white stallions = dine with a chef in a medieval kitchen as he prepares your meal in front of you = lunch with a Provenc˛al farmer amongst his lavender fields and with a potter who grows all her own produce = talk by a celebrated US artist on the influence of Provence on painters = meet a basket weaver = visit the factory of L’Occitane and local food markets = admire the fine Post-Impressionist paintings of L’Annonciade museum = carouse with the jet set at St Tropez’s famous Club 55 = stay in a former Cardinal’s palace and a medieval hamlet, both converted into deluxe 4 star hotels

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Croatia and Slovenia

wi t h M o n t e n e g r o a n d B o s n ia H e r z e g o v i n a

There are moments when nature offers you a sight of such dazzling beauty that the clatter of life falls silent and you find yourself lost for a moment, overwhelmed by the glorious view that is in front of you. That, of course, happened when I first saw my wife walking towards me, but it also happened some years back on the Croatian island of Hvar as I gazed into a sea of such clarity and cleanliness that it seemed to be sculpted from crystal. You’ll have a chance to look into that same Adriatic sea with me as well, and to swim in it, on this beautiful ride through one of today’s most sought after “hot spots” in southern Europe. We start, surrounded by the soaring majesty of the Alp mountains, as we are rowed across a clear lake in a wooden plenta boat – later to see those same


13 Alps form an imposing, theatrical backdrop to the famous Dalmatian coastline, with its 1,000 or so islands thrown like pearls across the sea. If you want to cruise that coastline then this isn’t the tour for you, but if you want to experience a wider canvass of this remarkable region, delving into its identity, its rich and varied cultural traditions and its complexities, then we have the ideal itinerary for you. Along the way we’ll meet a charming friend of mine who has her own lavender farm on one of the islands, learn about local politics from a member of the Slovenian government, listen to an organ recital in a church perched on stones in the sea and to a male choir singing cappella music, admire the powerful sculpture of Ivan Meštrovic´ and learn about the region’s fine wines which are today wowing western Europe....

We actually visit four countries on this tour, countries that have often disastrously intermingled with each other as their political history has unravelled, but with the help of friends and invited guest speakers I will try to give you a better insight into all of that turmoil, while at the same time rejoicing in the region’s variety and beauty, from mountain to sea, from war to peace.

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wi t h M o n t e n e g r o a n d B o s n ia H e r z e g o v i n a C roatia and S lovenia

Day by Day (please see our website for detailed itinerary)

Guaranteed Departure!*

Your Journey

Friday | Leave the USA

Limited to just 16 passengers

Saturday | Ljubljana, Slovenia

Price per person

Ljubljana

In double occupancy (all rooms at best available level below Junior Suite) $6800

Lake Bled

Single Supplement, in Double Room for Single use 

$1060

Zagreb

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Split

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Trogir

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Departure Date 2011

Island of Hvar

Friday June 24 – Sunday July 3 With Anthony Bay as your Tour Director

Mostar

Private transfer to your hotel in the historic heart of Ljubljana; open bar cocktail party and welcome dinner. Grand Hotel Union C,D

Sunday | Ljubljana and Lake Bled Walking tour of Ljubljana old town; lunch in a rustic country restaurant; ride on a plenta wooden rowing boat on Lake Bled; a talk about the region’s politics by a member of the Slovenian government. Grand Hotel Union. B,L

Monday | Ljubljana – Zagreb – Split, Croatia Walking tour of the Old Town of Zagreb, capital of Croatia; fly to Split; check into your hotel on the shores of the Mediterranean. Hotel Le Meridien Lav B,L,D

Tuesday | Split and Trogir Visit the sculptures of Ivan Meštrovic; ´ walking tour of Split visiting Palace of Roman emperor Diocletian; visit to Renaissance seaport of Trogir or time to swim and relax; tasting of Croatian wines; dinner accompanied by a Klapa male choir. Hotel Le Meridien Lav B,D

Wednesday | The Island of Hvar ••

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Dubrovnik

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Kotor and its fjord

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At least two seats per person on coaches

*once 2 passengers have paid their deposit

Montenegro

Ferry to the beautiful island of Hvar for a visit of the old Venetian town and lunch of fresh fish; drive across the island, privately visiting a lavender farm. Hotel Le Meridien Lav B,L

Thursday | Split – Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina – Dubrovnik Walking tour of the old town of Mostar to see its famous bridge and picturesque streets; visit to a Turkish house; check into your hotel beside the Mediterranean sea. Hotel Excelsior B,L

Friday | Dubrovnik Morning walk tour of the citadel of Dubrovnik with visit to a local craftsperson; optional walk along the medieval citadel walls and ride on the cable car above the city; farewell dinner in a local restaurant. Hotel Excelsior B,D

Lake Bled Ljubljana Slovenia

Zagreb

Saturday | Montenegro Walking tour of the baroque old town of Kotor; lunch of fresh fish by the fjord of Kotor; private boat ride across to the island of Our Lady on the Rock for a private concert in the church; open bar farewell cocktail party. Hotel Excelsior B,L,C

Sunday | Return to USA Private transfer to Dubrovnik airport for return flight Croatia Bosnia Herzegovina Trogir

Split

Mostar

Hvar

Dubrovnik

Montenegro Kotor


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The Wow! Factors flight Zagreb-Split included = private visit to a lavender farm on the

Provence

a plenta wooden rowing boat across Lake Bled = visit of 4th Cent

island of Hvar = a talk by a member of the Slovenian government on

Roman Emperor’s palace = admire the scuplture of Ivan Meštrovic´ =

the current political scene = private organ recital in a Church ‘floating’

tasting of Croatian wines = visit to a Turkish house in Mostar = walk

in Kotor’s fjord = dinner accompanied by a Klapa (cappella) male choir

along the medieval citadel ramparts in Dubrovnik and take the cable

= enjoy a rustic country lunch in the Slovenian countryside = ride on

car up above the city = two great meals of fresh fish, right by the sea!

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Three Golden Cities

B u d ap e s t, Vi e n n a , P r a g u e

If ever we were able to describe our itineraries in culinary terms, then this tour would be a large slice of sticky toffee cake with chocolate sauce and cream ladled over it! What an incredible wealth of culture and history these three magnificent cities possess, with their dazzling display of palaces, abbeys, paintings and objets d’art, many of which we’ll enjoy on this trip. Each city has its own distinctive personality: I love the zing and buzz of Budapest, with the great Danube river flowing through it (“welcome to Budapest!” shouted my cab driver the first time I visited the city, as he turned around to grin conspiratorially at me – and drove around a corner at the same time). And then there’s Vienna, redolent with the atmosphere of Imperial power that still pervades its beautifully manicured streets and public buildings.


17 But this tour isn’t all about cities – we look at the human perspective also: dining with a leading Hungarian businessmen, paying homage to the victims of WWII, visiting a painter’s home and listening to a University Professor who lived the Velvet Revolution in Prague and saw Communism fall, there in his own city, in front of him. And there’s also the famed beauty of the region which we’ll enjoy, sailing up the Danube admiring the river banks, rich in agricultural produce and framed by medieval villages, or watching the sun set over Prague, bathing its old Charles Bridge in a languid purple light. This is Europe at its most voluptuous and alluring – join me for a magical ride!

As for the “Golden” city of Prague, well who cannot be moved by its exquisite beauty and romantic allure, enhanced by our stay at The Augustine hotel, a former monastery. And because we want to spoil you, we’re adding a fourth ‘golden’ city – the exquisite and utterly delightful Cesky Krumlov set beside a lovely river deep in the heart of the Czech countryside and where, the next day, you’ll be able to drink a glass of the original Budweiser beer

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B u d ap e s t, Vi e n n a , P r a g u e

H U N G A R Y, AUSTRIA , C z ech R epublic

Day by Day (please see our website for detailed itinerary)

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Friday | Leave the USA

Price per person

Budapest

Saturday | Budapest, Hungary

In double occupancy (all rooms at best available level below Junior Suite) 

Abbey of Pannonhalma

$6870

Single Supplement, in Double Room for Single use

$850

Vienna

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Durnstein

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Departure Date 2011

Cruise on River Danube

With Anthony Bay as your Tour Director

Malthausen concentration camp

Sunday | Budapest Visit downtown Pest and its great Synagogue; lunch in the old food market; visit Buda’s Fisherman’s Wharf and Mathias church; private visit to a painter’s house, with concert; dinner with a leading businessman; illuminated river cruise on the Danube. Le Meridien B,L,D

Monday | Budapest – Pannonhalma abbey – Vienna, Austria Private visit of the great Pannonhalma abbey; tasting of Hungarian wines; visit of Imperial Schönbrunn Palace. Steinberger Hotel Herrenhof. B,L

Friday July 15 – Sunday July 24

Abbey of Melk

Private transfer to your hotel in the city centre; open bar cocktail party and welcome dinner. Le Meridien C,D

Tuesday | Vienna

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“Just a working week away” from the office or home

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At least two seats per person on coaches

*once 2 passengers have paid their deposit

Walking tour of the old city including the dazzling Hofburg treasury and St Stephen’s cathedral; optional afternoon visit to the important collection of Secessionist paintings in the Leopold museum; horse-drawn carriage ride at night around the old streets of the city. Steigenberger Hotel Herrenhof. B

Wednesday | Vienna- Durnstein – Melk – Malthausen – Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic Visit Durnstein on the banks of the Danube, followed by a cruise up the river; visit the sumptuous baroque abbey of Melk, and gruesome Malthausen concentration camp; check into your historic hotel. Hotel Ruze. B,L,D

Cesky Krumlov Cesky Budvar

Thursday | Cesky Krumlov – Cesky Budejovice – Prague Walking tour of lovely Cesky Kumlov with visit to the castle and its baroque theatre, and the gothic cathedral; visit and tasting at a brewery in Cesky Budejovice, home of the original Budweiser; check into your hotel, a former monastery. The Augustine B,L

Prague

Friday | Prague

Prague

Walking tour of Prague Old Town, Charles Bridge, Clock Tower and the Jewish quarter– cemetery, Holocaust Memorial and two synagogues; attend a concert in an historic church, farewell dinner in the hotel. The Augustine B,D

Czech Republic

Cesky Budvar

Saturday | Prague Walking tour of Castle district including Loretto chapel, gothic Cathedral and a private visit to the baroque library at Strahov Monastery; afternoon at leisure; open bar farewell cocktail party. The Augustine B,C

Cesky Krumlov

Durnstein Malthausen

Sunday | Return to USA

Vienna

Private limousine transfer to the airport B

Abbey of Melk Austria

Abbey of Pannonhalma

Hungary

Budapest


The Wow! Factors private visit to the home of a famous Hungarian painter, with concert = dinner at the home of a leading Hungarian businessman = lunch in the old market of Budapest = tasting of Hungarian wines • illuminated river cruise on the Danube = private visit of Pannonhalma abbey = horse-drawn carriage ride around Vienna at night = private visit to Malthausen concentration camp = overnight stay in the UNESCO World Heritage city of Cesky Krumlov = private visit to the original Budweiser brewery = Guest Speaker discusses the Velvet Revolution and perestroika = private visit to baroque Strahov Monastery library = attend a concert in a historic church in Prague

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Insights into Inspiration

T h e L i v e s o f Pai n t e r s

Impressionism, and its successor Post Impressionism, are often considered to be the birth of modern art as we know it today.

But these art movements were not just intellectual pursuits: they were also the result of often violent personal struggles for the artists involved, struggles that left them shattered and elated in equal, and sometimes disproportionate, measure. Claude Monet was a near-broken 50 year old man before he knew fame; Van Gogh was reduced to scraping his tormented mind onto his canvasses; Gaugin fled to the Pacific islands for artistic freedom; Alfred Sisley died broken by failure, and even the mighty Picasso knew devastation and despair.


21 These were extraordinary men, but they were also men who lived

Later we will spend a moment in the small auberge room where Vincent lay

and loved, who held dreams and raised families, who awoke in the

dying in the arms of his brother Théo, and we’ll see the house at Giverny in

morning to work, and retired at night satiated. And it is that insight

which Monet knew happiness and world fame – and also the fear of blindness.

into the success and failure of their lives, the beauty and the trauma

In Provence we will delight under the sky that so dazzled Van Gogh, learn why

of it all, that will be the memory you will treasure from this trip.

Matisse created his famous “painting with scissors”, and discover what drove Renoir to strap his brushes to his hands with bandages.

We will not only look at the canvasses of these great masters but also discuss their lives and how those lives determined their art.

We’ll go to a show at the Moulin Rouge too, as the artists did regularly, and see

There will be joyful moments, revelling with Picasso as he dances

the original music hall interior in which Toulouse Lautrec immortalised the French

with his new young mistress in the sunshine of Provence, the

Can-Can and its outrageous star ‘La Goulue’.

horrors of WWII finally over. And there will be moments of sadness too, walking in the very field of harsh wheat and menacing black crows through which Vincent trudged just minutes before he shot himself.

And on one magical morning we’ll join a friend of mine, one of the world’s leading racehorse trainers, to watch as his magnificent animals gallop through the forest of Chantilly in scenes of an extraordinary beauty, straight from the drawings of Degas. You’ll meet other friends of mine too – an internationally successful American artist who will explain the influence that Van Gogh and Gaugin play on his work; and a true bohemian artist who will tell us how it feels to earn your living by painting – before we all retire together with him for a good lunch in a local auberge, as painters have always done!

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T h e L i v e s o f Pai n t e r s FR ANCE

Your Journey

Giverny Auvers sur Oise

Paris Chantilly

Auvers sur Oise Paris Giverny Chantilly Avignon

Day by Day (please see our website for detailed itinerary)

Guaranteed Departure!* Limited to just 16 passengers

Friday | Leave the USA

Price per person

Saturday | Arrival in Paris, France

In double occupancy (all rooms at best avilable level below Junior Suite)  $6755 Single Supplement, in Double Room for Single use  $1200 ••

Single supplement in Standard Single Room on request

••

Upgrade to a Suite! Suite upgrades on request

Arles

Friday October 28 – Sunday November 06

With Anthony Bay as your Tour Director ••

‘Whisper’ headphones supplied throughout

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“Just a working week away” from the office or home

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At least two seats per person on coaches

Aix en Provence St Tropez

Sunday | Van Gogh and Monet Visit the auberge at Auvers sur Oise where Van Gogh died, the wheat field in which he painted and the village church; visit Monet’s home and garden at Giverny. Hotel Balzac B, L

Monday | Chantilly – Montmartre – Le Moulin Rouge Attend a private training session of race horses in the forest of Chantilly; a walking tour of bohemian Montmartre; attend a show at Le Moulin Rouge. Hotel Balzac B,L,D

Tuesday | Paris – Avignon

Departure Date 2011

St Rémy de Provence

Private transfer to your hotel; guided visit of l’Orangerie museum; open bar welcome cocktails and dinner. Hotel Balzac C, D

*once 2 passengers have paid their deposit

Visit to the collection of Impressionist and Post Impressionist paintings at the Musée d’Orsay; lunch in the stunning Belle Epoque restaurant ‘Le Train Bleu’; travel in reserved 1st Class seats aboard a High Speed TGV train to Avignon. Hotel la Mirande B,L

Wednesday | With Van Gogh in Provence Visit to the weekly market at St Rémy de Provence and to the room in the asylum where Van Gogh languished; lunch with a Provençal farmer of local specialities; walking tour of Van Gogh’s Arles and a coffee on the terrace which he painted in “Café at Night”; talk by a celebrated US artist on the influence of Van Gogh on his work. Hotel La Mirande B,L

Thursday | Aix en Provence – St Tropez – St Paul de Vence

St Paul de Vence

Visit the studio of painter Paul Cézanne in Aix en Provence; walking tour of the old town followed by lunch in a 170 year old cafe where Cézanne often dined; visit of St Tropez and the Post Impressionist collection at the Musée de l’Annonciade. Hotel Le St Paul B,L

Antibes Cagnes

Giverny Auvers sur Oise

Friday | With Picasso and Renoir on the Riviera

Chantilly

Optional walking tour of St Paul de Vence; visit Picasso’s collection in the castle of Antibes and Renoir’s home in Cagnes; a private viewing of the stunning art collection at La Colombe d’Or; farewell dinner. Hotel Le St Paul B,D

Paris

Nice

Saturday | Matisse and Chagall in Nice Visit to the home of Matisse and to Chagall’s “Biblical Message”; meeting with a bohemian artist followed by lunch in the old town of Nice; visit of Matisse’s Chapelle du Rosaire; open bar farewell cocktail party. Hotel Le St Paul B,L,C

Vence

Sunday | Return to USA

Avignon

Private transfer to Nice airport. B

St Rémy de Provence Arles Aix en Provence

St Paul de Vence Antibes St Tropez

Nice Cagnes


The Wow! Factors Private viewing of racehorses training Degas-style = a show at Le

= private visit of the art collection at La Colombe d’Or in St Paul = visits

Moulin Rouge with Can-Can = lunch with a bohemian artist and with a

to the auberge in which Van Gogh died and the asylum to which he was

Provençal farmer = talk by a celebrated US artist on the influence of

admitted, Monet’s home at Giverny, Cézanne’s studio, Picasso’s studio in

Van Gogh on his work = walking tour of the Impressionists’ Montmartre

Antibes, Matisse’s home and his Chapelle du Rosaire, Chagall’s “Biblical

= lunch in the sumptuous Belle Epoque restaurant ‘Le Train Bleu’

Message,” Renoir’s home; and to the Musées d’Orsay and Orangerie in Paris

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Hidden Europe

A Journey through T r a n s y lva n ia a n d t h e Ma r a m u r e S¸ r e g i o n

When we were designing our 2011 collection of itineraries, we thought it would be good to have one route that was really, truly different…

that went somewhere completely off the beaten tracks and offered “hidden Europe” at its most tantalising. And here it is, a journey through one of Europe’s most remote, and yet most beautiful regions, the lands of Count Dracula, and which I am delighted to present to the intrepid travelers amongst you. I’ve taken clients through this region several times, and have always returned home with an overwhelming desire to get to know it more, before it becomes ‘discovered’. Thankfully the blight of commercialization has barely touched these lands (but it’s coming, soon), and so those of us who do visit it are able to enjoy a rural simplicity and a way of life that has been


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handed down from generation to generation. Interestingly, HRH Prince Charles has traveled on several occasions in this region, and has purchased property here. Thanks to some good friends and inspired local entrepreneurs, I will be able to help you catch a glimpse of how this enchanted region lives: we’ll be given our very own village festival where the villagers and children serve us a luncheon feast and dance in traditional costumes, have lunch with a priest in his garden while he describes his daily life amongst a community of farmers, spend time with a nun who will show us around her 15th Cent church festooned with brightly coloured paintings, and hear from a local politician about how the modern world is encroaching into the region. This part of Europe has known its fair share of agony too, as will be recounted to us by the President of the Jewish community in the home of Elie Wiesel, and as we will bear witness ourselves when we visit one of the terrifying former ‘political’ prisons for opponents of the Communist regime.... At each end of the tour there will be a touch of the modern world, with accommodations at the fine Castle Hotel Degenfeld, set amongst the vineyards of Tokaj, and the sumptuous Le Meridien hotel in Budapest. In between we drive into a rustic, honest, rural world that still has little to do with the

So I wholeheartedly invite you to join me on this

21st century and has retained a special, unaffected charm.

itinerary, possibly the most unusual and the most original of our 2011 collection.

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T r a n s y lva n ia a n d t h e Ma r a m u r e S¸ r e g i o n HIDDEN EUROPE Your Journey

Day by Day (please see our website for detailed itinerary)

Guaranteed Departure!* Limited to just 16 passengers

Friday | Leave the USA

Price per person

Tokaj

Saturday | Budapest – Tokaj, Hungary

In double occupancy (all rooms at best available level below Junior Suite) $6450

Sighet

Single Supplement, in Double Room for Single use

$575

the Maramures¸

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Prices include flight Targu Mures¸ -Budapest in economy class

Breb village

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Single supplement in Standard Single Room on request

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Upgrade to a Suite! Suite upgrades on request

Voronet and Humor monasteries Gura Humorului Transylvania Bicaz Canyon Sighisoara

Departure Date 2011 Friday 23 September – Sunday 02 October With Anthony Bay as your Tour Director ••

‘Whisper’ headphones supplied throughout

••

“Just a working week away” from the office or home

••

At least two seats per person on coaches

*once 2 passengers have paid their deposit (Please note that accommodations in Romania are simple but clean

Malancrav Village

and secure, food is fresh and generally locally sourced – and the wines hearty and fulsome! This journey also involves two days when there is a certain amount of traveling by coach over low mountain

Targu Mures¸

roads – but with spectacular scenery)

Morning optional bicycle ride through the vineyards around your hotel; wine tasting in a 100 year old cellar in Tokaj; drive into the Romanian countryside and check into your hotel set beside the Tisa river. Hotel Marmatia B,L,D

Monday | The Maramures¸ region Visit the village of Breb famous for its wooden houses, and afterwards enjoy a village festival where the villagers and children serve a luncheon feast and dance in traditional costumes; a local politician discusses the issues facing the region. Hotel Marmatia B,L,D

Tuesday | The Bucovina region and its painted monasteries Visit the birthplace of Ellie Wiesel with a talk about the Jewish Community; visit to a former political prison; drive through the Maramures¸ countryside to have lunch with a priest in his garden; private visit of the medieval monastery of Voronet, the “Sistine Chapel” of Eastern Europe, conducted by a nun. Hotel Best Western B,L

Wednesday | Through the Carpathian mountains Visit 15th Cent Humor Monastery and drive through the lower Carpathian mountains to spectacular Bicaz Canyon and to the ‘Red’ Lake for lunch; continue to medieval Sighisoara in Transylvania for accommodation in the heart of the old citadel; dinner in the former home of Vlad the Impaler (aka Count Dracula). Fronius Residence B,L,D

Thursday | The villages and countryside of Transylvania Morning walk tour of the ancient citadel of Sighisoara; bicycle (or take the coach) across peaceful countryside to 14th Cent Malancrav village; lunch in a 15th Cent manor house that belonged to a Transylvanian Prince – and taste their organic apples! Fronius Residence B,L Morning at leisure; transfer to Targu Mures¸ to visit its famous 19th Cent library; fly to Budapest and transfer to your hotel; evening farewell dinner at the home of a leading Hungarian businessman; illuminated river cruise on the Danube. Le Meridien B,L,D

Sighet Budapest

Sunday | Tokaj – Sighet, Romania

Friday | Targu Mures¸ – Budapest, Hungary

Budapest

Tokaj

Private transfer from Budapest airport to your hotel in Tokaj, an 18th Cent mansion set in 200 acres of vineyards; open bar welcome cocktails and dinner. Castle Hotel Gróf Degenfeld C,D

the Maramures¸

Breb village

Voronet and Humor monasteries Gura Humorului

Hungary Romania Bicaz Canyon Targu Mures¸

Sighisoara Malancrav village

Saturday | Budapest Visit downtown Pest and its great Synagogue; lunch in the old food market; visit Buda’s Fisherman’s Wharf and Mathias church; private visit to a painter’s house, with concert; farewell open bar cocktail party. Le Meridien B,L,C

Sunday | Return to USA Private transfer to the airport B


The Wow! Factors

enjoy a village festival, where the villagers and children serve a luncheon feast and dance in traditional costumes = flight Targu Mures¸-Budapest included = visit a notorious ‘political’ prison from the Communist era = private visit of a 15th Cent painted monastery conducted by a nun = meet the President of a Jewish community in the home of Elie Wiesel = have lunch with a priest in his garden and in a 15th Cent manor

that belonged to a Transylvanian Prince = a politician discusses the issues facing the region today = dine in the house in which Vlad the Impaler was born = enjoy an illuminated river cruise on the River Danube = dine at the home of a leading Hungarian businessman = sample world famous Tokaj wines in a 100 year old cellar = stay in the heart of a medieval citadel, birthplace of Count Dracula

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C A L ENDER June 03 – June 12

The Green and Gentle Heart of Italy (pg. 4)

June 24 – July 03

Croatia and Slovenia (pg. 12)

July 15 – July 24

Three Golden Cities (pg. 16)

Sept. 02 – Sept. 11

Lou Provenço (pg. 8)

Sept. 23 – Oct. 02

Hidden Europe (pg. 24)

Oct. 14 – Oct. 23

The Green and Gentle Heart of Italy (pg. 4)

Oct. 28 – Nov. 06

Insights into Inspiration (pg. 20)

All photography by Anthony Bay


29 General Information, Terms and Conditions Anthony Bay’s Europe Ltd is also referred to as “ABE” in the following Terms and Conditions.

Prices in this brochure may be modified due to unexpected significant external factors not forecasted at the time of printing.

Guaranteed prices All escorted departures from January 1 to 31 December 2011 are guaranteed, once two clients have paid their deposit.

Child Policy A minimum age of 10 years is required to participate on these itineraries.

Inclusive Prices Prices are valid to December 2011 and include all accommodations and hotel taxes; the services of an ABE Tour Director, who remains with the group throughout; specified meals; beverages with group meals, as provided; all sightseeing as detailed, including entrance fees; all other entertainment and activities as generally described; services of all local guides necessary for the itinerary; arrival and departure transfers (regardless of arrival and departure days); bottled water supplied during sightseeing; all gratuities throughout, except to your Tour Director. Please note: ABE reserves the right to modify all services. ABE Tour Director Each tour is directed by the ABE Tour Director as specified. However, in the case of force majeur ABE reserves the right to put an alternate Tour Director on any tour. Gratuities Gratuities are included for hotel and restaurant staff, porterage, and local guides and drivers. Gratuities for your ABE Tour Director are not included and are at your discretion. On-Tour Flights All flights detailed in an itinerary (except all transatlantic flights) are included in the tour cost. Each airline’s baggage restrictions apply. Not Included in the Programs Passenger insurance; international airfares; all costs associated with obtaining passports or entry visas; excess baggage charges on internal flights; gratuities to the ABE Tour Director; meals other than those specified in the itinerary; beverages other than those specified in the itinerary; sightseeing not included in the itinerary; personal expenses such as phone calls, mini bar, room service, alcoholic and bar beverages; laundry; optional incidental expenses. Itinerary Changes & Price Changes While ABE will make every effort to operate all itineraries as advertised, it reserves the right to alter or curtail the itinerary, or substitute sightseeing as it deems necessary, or as a result of unforeseen circumstances beyond its control. ABE reserves the right to withdraw a program or any part of it, to make alterations to the itinerary or the program inclusions as it deems necessary or desirable, and to pass on to tour members any costs caused by delays or events beyond its control.

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