From the Dolomites to Lake Geneva

TOTAL COST FROM $13,975 FOR TWO ADULTS

This is a 6 night itinerary comprising OF

(all hotels include STARS benefits – upgrades, breakfast, credit)

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X2 nights Cristallo, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Cortina d'Ampezzo

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X2 nights Hotel Goldener Hirsch, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Salzburg

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X2 nights The Ritz-Carlton Hotel de la Paix, Geneva

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Car hire; Mercedes A class or similar plus Valet parking at all hotels

HIghlights

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    Dolomites

    Private yoga in the Dolomites

    Improve your yoga practice during this session under the guidance of an experienced yogi, in an idyllic setting amongst the mountains. Complete the rejuvenating morning with a delicious breakfast al fresco.

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    Dolomites

    Mountain hike and lunch

    Experience a hike or a walk, tailored to your fitness level, with a private guide through the Dolomites. The journey through the mountain will end in a scenic clearing where you will enjoy a gourmet lunch.

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    Salzburg

    The Sound of Music bike tour

    Explore Salzburg under the guise of the famous musical, The Sound of Music. This unique sightseeing experience will tour through the squares and shooting locations of the musical, discovering palaces and churches en route.

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    Salzburg

    Walking tour of Mozart’s Salzburg

    Salzburg is synonymous with Mozart. During this private walk through the Old Town, your guide will uncover historical sites such as the Cathedral and St. Peter’s Abbey, as well as Mozart’s birthplace and former residence.

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    Lake Geneva

    Private boat and skipper on Lake Geneva

    Lake Geneva is a body of water best described with superlatives: the mildest and deepest lake in France, the largest and containing the most amount of water in Central Europe. Relax on the boat, and enjoy the sights and surrounds.

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    Geneva

    Exclusive tour of the Patek Philippe Museum

    Located in a restored Art Deco building, this museum houses over four centuries of watchmaking, divided into two collections—antique, and the Patek Philippe collection from 1839 onwards. Uncover the complexity of creating a timepiece during this unique visit.

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