Some holiday ideas with...Royal Connections

| April 9, 2012

Here Cox & Kings suggest some alternative “Royal” places to spend the Easter and Royal Wedding bank holidays.

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22 April – 25 April – Short Break to Madrid
Spain is home to one of Europe’s oldest Royal families and its capital is a cosmopolitan cultural centre, home to museums and art galleries including the Reina Sofia Museum of Modern Art. The Ritz Madrid is the hotel of choice for visiting royalty and heads of state.
Priced from £570 per person.

22 April – 6 May - Train to Machu Picchu (Luxury Departure) - 15 days / 12 nights
This escorted group tour reveals Peru’s many wonders, including Cuzco, the capital of the Inca Empire, Arequipa, the Colca Canyon, Lake Titicaca, and of course Machu Picchu, built by the last Inca King, which is celebrating the 100th anniversary of its rediscovery this year.
Priced from £4,095 per person.

22 April – 30 April – Indian Experience
Experience a taste of India on this introductory group tour of the country’s most famous sights, including three nights at Ramgarh Lodge, a boutique hotel and former hunting lodge of the Maharaja of Jaipur.
Priced from £1,325 per person

22 April – 2 May – China Experience
On this private journey through China, see the Forbidden City and Imperial Summer Palace in Beijing and in Xian visit the Terracotta Warriors, sculptures depicting the armies of the First Emperor of China.
Priced from £2,345 per person

23 April – 4 May – Oberoi Zahra Nile Cruise
After a stay at the famous Mena House Oberoi, a palatial hotel in the shadow of the Great Pyramids and a visit to the Royal Mummy Room at the Egyptian Museum, this private tour joins a 7-night luxury Nile cruise, which includes an excursion to the Valley of the Kings and Queens.
Priced from £4,445 per person.

23 April – 2 May – Ancient Wonders of Southern Turkey
On this private journey through southern Turkey, a visit is made to the meeting place of Anthony and Cleopatra, and also to the imposing Royal Stone Heads at Mount Nemrut, statues of King Antiochus.
Priced from £4,440 per person

All prices include international and domestic flights, transfers, guided excursions, accommodation with breakfast daily and other meals as specified. Tours and prices are subject to availability at the time of booking.

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