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To find out more visit saga.co.uk/seriously Solo Departures Single rooms at no extra cost, subject to availability Exclusive Manchester departures# Your tour includes l Pretty Palermo l l VIP door-to-door travel service ­ see page 260 12 nights in hotels 23 meals: 12 breakfasts, 1 lunch and 10 dinners Excursions and visits Noto guided walk Scenic drive of Ragusa province Palermo guided walk Visit to Monreale Walking tour of Mazara del Vallo Tour of Giardini Naxos Guided walk of Catania Use of audio headsets on 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 A windmill at Marsala Vintage Marsala wine cellar Selected optional excursions now available to book in advance SAVE up to £120 ^on Apr 11, May 2, Plus SAVE an additional £50 26 and Jun 6, 2019 departures when you book by Jan 31, 2019 on all advertised prices when you book by Jan 31, 2019 Prices from: Apr 11, 2019 1599 1479 Apr 25 1719 May 2 1599 1519 May 8# 1699 May 23 1599 1569 May 30 1649 Jun 6 1659 1629 Jun 13 - Solos 1959 Jun 20 1689 Aug 28# 1749 Sep 5 1729 Sep 12 1689 Sep 19 - Solos 1979 Sep 26 1679 Oct 10 1619 Seriously Sicily. Holiday code: CT323 / AF355 Solos. All prices are £s per person based on two people sharing, including 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. Out of the ashes... Following a massive earthquake in 1693 which virtually destroyed Noto, a local architect, the Duke of Camastra, was quickly commissioned to rebuild the city. At this time the lavishly ornate baroque style was very much in fashion, especially with the Catholic Church who saw the characteristic baroque church domes, decorated with images of saints and angels, as a potent symbol of heaven. Other baroque characteristics, also seen on grand houses locally, include curved facades, sometimes topped with a belfry, grand external stairways and balconies supported by gargoyles or cherubs. Noto cathedral is a prime example of the style and the entire old town is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its wealth of Sicilian baroque masterpieces. Getting You There Prices are based on easyJet from Gatwick. #Prices are based on easyJet from Manchester. To book see page 267 and call FREE on 0800 300 500 or visit saga.co.uk/europe Please quote EM367 191