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To find out more visit saga.co.uk/jewelsofspain Local flights Best seller Your tour includes l l l 14 nights in hotels 41 meals: 14 breakfasts, 13 lunches and 14 dinners Free bar open up to 12 hours a day Valencia's time-honoured customs Cartagena's Roman Amphitheatre Excursions and visits Visit to historic Guadalest Walking tour of Valencia's Old Quarter Murcia walking tour and cathedral visit Águilas orientation walk Sightseeing tour of Lorca A day exploring Caravaca Visit to Mojacar and Sorbas Tour of Lecrin Valley Use of audio headsets on selected guided tours. l l l l l l l l Plus all this... Optional travel insurance and additional cancellation rights, or a reduction if not required§ Return flights and transfers Saga tour manager Welcome drink reception Porterage at all hotels. l l l l l Plaza de la Virgen is one of Valencia's oldest squares Selected optional excursions now available to book in advance SAVE up to £150 on selected departures when you book by Aug 9, 2019. Prices from: Sep 12, 2019 1499 Sep 19 1449 1299 Sep 26 1449 1349 Oct 3 1249 1199 Mar 3, 2020 1199 1099 Apr 28 1349 1249 Jun 9 1449 1349 Sept 8 1499 1399 Sept 15 1449 1349 Oct 6 1329 1229 Rooms for sole occupancy from £1169 Jewels of Spain. Holiday code: CT365. All prices are £s per person based on two people sharing, include savings as advertised and are subject to availability. § Optional travel insurance: A reduction of £54 applies if you do not need the optional travel insurance and additional cancellation rights. Vibrant Valencia Spain's third largest city has a historic old quarter, a wealth of avant garde architecture, and is the home of the famous rice dish, paella. On an included walking tour of the city, explore the atmospheric old town, including the maze of narrow medieval streets in the bohemian Barrio del Carmen quarter. Here amongst the little bars and restaurants are a couple of good museums and the Torres de Serranos ­ imposing gates which once formed part of the old city walls. Valencia Cathedral dates from 1262 and, lying to the right of the main entrance, in the flamboyant Gothic-style Capilla del Santo Cáliz, is what is claimed to be the Holy Grail, the chalice from which Jesus sipped during the Last Supper. You'll also visit the UNESCO-listed La Lonja, a former silk exchange building dating back to the 15th century and built in flamboyant Gothic style with a striking colonnaded hall, before completing your tour with a walk through the lush gardens of Turia Park. Getting You There Prices are based on British Airways from Gatwick or Heathrow dependent on date of travel. Please enquire for regional flights. Ask about our great value upgrades to Club Europe or Business Class l To book see page 235 and call FREE on 0800 300 500 or visit saga.co.uk/tours Please quote SMT19 51