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To find out more visit Waiter Service at Hotel President Saga Lounge at selected hotels on selected dates, subject to availability Single rooms at no extra cost Your tour includes l l The picturesque island of Brac Explore the historic streets of Zadar l l 14 nights in hotels 41 meals: 14 breakfasts, 13 lunches and 14 dinners Free bar open 12 hours a day Tea, coffee and water included with meals at the Hotel Alga and the Waterman Resorts Excursions and visits Tour of the ruins of Salona Guided tour of UNESCO-listed Trogir UNESCO-listed city of Split guided walk Scenic ferry crossing Island tour of Brac Use of audio headsets on selected guided tours 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 Brac Island Selected optional excursions now available to book in advance SAVE £220 ^on Apr 8, 15, 22, 29 and Oct 7, 2019 departures when you book by Jan 31, 2019 Plus SAVE an addtional £50 on all advertised prices when you book by Jan 31, 2019 Prices from: London Gatwick Manchester Apr 8, 2019 Limited Availability 1039 989 Apr 15 1119 1069 1099 1049 Apr 22 1194 974 1199 1149 Apr 29 1249 1199 1249 1199 May 6 1269 1269 May 13 1299 1349 May 20 1369 1399 May 27 1379 1449 Jun 3, 10 1449 1499 Jun 17 1599 Aug 26 1549 Sep 2, 9 1449 1499 Sep 16 1329 1399 Sep 23 1279 1349 Sep 30 1249 Oct 7 1249 1199 Oct 7 - Solos 1269 Single Supplement: From £49 (exc. Solos) Jewels of Croatia. Holiday code: CT061/CT61R/ AF001 (Solos). All prices are £s per person based on two people sharing, include saving as advertised and are subject to availability. Please note, these departures follow a reverse itinerary. § Optional travel insurance: A reduction of £54 applies if you do not need the optional travel insurance and additional cancellation rights. Diocletians Palace, Split Imagine living inside a ruin... the people of Split are very happy to! The old town occupies the remnants of the vast Imperial Palace built between AD 295 and AD 305 as a retirement home for the Emperor Diocletian. By the 7th century the abandoned palace had become a small town. Inside the fortified perimeter walls former corridors had become streets and alleys crammed with homes and businesses. Despite this, much of the Roman structure survives, including the Mausoleum of Diocletian ­ the original Temple of Jupiter, now the cathedral, the Northern Gate ­ and the Peristyle ­ a central courtyard surrounded by columns. Incredibly, around 3000 people still live and work within the complex. Getting You There Prices are based on easyJet or Thomas Cook Airlines from Gatwick or Thomas Cook Airlines from Manchester dependent on date of departure. To book, please visit your Travel Agent 151