Buckingham Palace


Our journey begins in London’s beating heart, amidst the pomp and majesty, contemporary and historic. Highlights:

  • An evening of fine dining at Wellington Arch, the original entrance to Buckingham Palace, with music by the Band of one of His Majesty’s Regiments of Foot Guards.
  • After dinner speech by Nicolas Coleridge CBE, former president of Conde Nast International, chairman of the Victoria & Albert Museum, co-chair of Her Late Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Pageant, noted author and raconteur.
  • Five-star hotel within walking distance of Westminster Abbey, Trafalgar Square, the West End, Buckingham Palace and Covent Garden.


Piazza Pretoria Palermo


Three days in Palermo uncovers the architectural landmarks and cultural treasures bestowed by Greek, Roman, Byzantine and Norman occupancy. Our time here will explore both the ancient and the contemporary, as well as its delicious culinary soul. Highlights:

  • Private cocktail reception and concert in the 11th century Cupola del Santissimo Salvatore, and evening at Palazzo Francavilla.
  • Lunch and tasting at Azienda Spadafora, a wine estate of a noble family with origins in the 13th century.
  • Luxury accommodation at the elegant Villa Igiea, including an evening at Florio with menu overseen by Michelin-starred chef, Fulvio Pierangelini.




Heading east over the enchanting Aegean Sea, we’ll land at the iconic Cycladic island of Santorini, where traditional white houses cling to towering cliffs. We’ll explore the island's archaeological heritage as well as its dramatic landscapes and culinary delights. Highlights:

  • Aegean cruise to the lesser-known islands of Sikinos and Ios.
  • Night of fun and dancing at a renowned taverna with beautiful caldera views.
  • Three nights at Grace Santorini with an evening at Varoulko, with fine dining by Michelin-award chef, Leferis Lazarou.


Aerial view of Dubrovnik, Croatia


From the island-speckled Aegean to the Pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik, and three days to explore the city, its hinterlands and beautiful coastline, fuelled with oyster picnics and winery tours. Highlights:

  • Chilling out in cool cabanas on the island of Sipan in the Elaphiti Archipelago.
  • VIP dinner at Nautika, Dubrovnik’s best-positioned restaurant, right on the medieval city walls.
  • Opportunity to enjoy a peka lunch on the Peljesac peninsula hosted by a local wine maker in his 500-year-old cellar.
  • Three nights overlooking the ancient city at five star Villa Dubrovnik. 


Special Offer-Venice


Our journey concludes at arguably Europe’s most beautiful city, Venice, where we’ll go behind the scenes of master craftsmen, legendary palazzos, and cultural icons. Highlights:

  • Meeting artisans behind handmade gondolas, mask makers, Murano glass producers and costumeirs.
  • Exploring secret historic gardens and courtyards with a historian.
  • A masked farewell dinner at The Gritti Palace.
  • Two nights at the legendary Cipriani, A Belmond Hotel, on Giudecca island.