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Escorted Machu Picchu & Chilean Vineyards with Rio, Morocco & Venice

30 nights from £3549pp

  • 5 Nights Escorted Tour of Lima, Cusco & Machu Picchu
  • 2 Nights 4* Hotel in Santiago, Chile & 1 Night 4* Hotel in Buenos Aires
  • FREE Chilean Vineyard Tour
  • FREE Scenic Train Ride to Machu Picchu From Sacred Valley
  • 22 Nights Full Board Transatlantic Cruising on MSC Musica

17 March 2020

Escorted Machu Picchu & Chilean Vineyards with Rio, Morocco & Venice

Cruise Highlights

MSC Cruises - MSC Musica - 30 Nights - 17 March 2020

WHAT'S INCLUDED:

- 5 Nights Escorted Tour of Lima, Cusco & Machu Picchu 
- 2 Nights 4* Hotel in Santiago, Chile & 1 Night 4* Hotel in Buenos Aires
- FREE Chilean Vineyard tour
- FREE Scenic Train Ride to Machu Picchu From Sacred Valley
- 22 Nights Full Board Transatlantic Cruising on MSC Musica including gratuities worth £440 per cabin, per cruise. 
- Includes all Flights & International Transfers

SHIP HIGHLIGHTS:

From relaxing pursuits and enriching activities to gourmet cuisine, when you step aboard, you are setting a course for a world of wonderful new discoveries.

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Your Itinerary

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    17 Mar 20

       

    FLY UK TO LIMA, PERU

           

  • 17 Mar 20

    ARRIVE LIMA

    Upon arrival in Lima meet our service representatives and be transferred to the hotel.

          

  • 18 Mar 20

    LIMA - CUSCO

    Lima City Tour and Larco Museum
    Your tour will start in downtown Lima, where you will visit the Main Square, where Lima was first founded as "The City of Kings," in 1535. There you may see the Presidential Palace, the Archbishop's Palace and the Lima Cathedral. You will then visit the Aliaga House, a viceregal construction delivered by Francisco Pizarro to one of his captains (Jerónimo de Aliaga) when he founded the city.

    You will then go to Saint Francis' Church, which has an authentic network of catacombs open to the public. Next, you will go to Pueblo Libre district to visit the Larco Museum, founded by Rafael Larco Hoyle en 1926.

    The museum, located inside a viceregal mansion built on a pre-Columbian pyramid of the 7th century, houses the most complete pre-Hispanic collection of gold and silver artifacts as well pieces of erotic art. At the end of the tour you will be transferred to the airport for your flight to Cusco. Breakfast Included

         

  • 19 Mar 20

    CUSCO – URUBAMBA – AGUAS CALIENTES

    Sacred Valley Excurison
    You will start your tour at the Pisac market, where the town's main square is full of scores of stands that exhibit and sell products created by the residents of the area on a daily basis. You will subsequently head for the Ollantaytambo citadel, a picturesque Andean town which will maintains the urban planning of the Incas and is crowned by an impressive fortress with ascending terraces over the steep side of the mountain that holds it.

    At the end of the tour head to the Ollanta Train station and board the Expedition train to Aguas calientes. Breakfast & Dinner Included

          

  • 20 Mar 20

    MACHUPICCHU – CUSCO

    Machu Picchu Excursion

    Your tour to Machu Picchu begins with a short transfer by bus to reach Machu Picchu, a masterpiece of engineering and architecture that is believed served as a sanctuary and retreat for the Inca Pachacutec (1438 - 1572).

    Machu Picchu, which means "Old Mountain", is considered a World Heritage by UNESCO and one of the new seven wonders of the world. In the afternoon head to trainstation and board the Expedition train back to Ollanta. 

    A transportation service with a guide will pick you up from the Ollantaytambo train station at the established time, and will transfer you to your hotel in Cusco City. Breakfast Included

          

  • 21 Mar 20

    CUSCO

    City Tour

    Start your tour today by visiting Coricancha, also known as the "Temple of the Sun", which was built by the Inca ruler Pachacuti and, upon the arrival of the Spaniards, became the base for the construction of the Santo Domingo Convent.

    Continue your tour to the fortress of Sacsayhuaman, a magnificent building conceived and built by Inca ruler Pachacuti in the 15th century. Continue on to Quenqo, located only four kilometres from the city of Cusco.

    This afternoon you will fly to Lima. Breakfast Included

          

  • 22 Mar 20

    FLY LIMA – SANTIAGO

    A transportation service with a guide will pick you up from your hotel at the established time and transfer you to the airport. Take a private transfer to your hotel, remainder of the day is at leisure in Santiago. Breakfast Included

          

  • 23 Mar 20

    INCLUDED: CONCHA Y TORO WINE EXPERIENCE

    Travel through the beautiful wine country to Chile´s legendary Concha y Toro Winery.

    Cross into the Pirque Vineyards to learn about the growth and development of vines assisted by the meticulous attention of master vineyard keepers.

    The wines created from this classic Chilean variety were confused with Merlot for more than a century before the rediscovery of the grape in the 1990s.

    Today, Carmenere is Chile’s most symbolic wines.

    Breakfast Included

             

  • 24 Mar 20

    FLY SANTIAGO - BUENOS AIRES

    Transfer to the airport for your flight to Buenos Aires.

    Upon arrival, transfer to your 4* hotel for an overnight stay.

          

  • 25 Mar 20

    EMBARK MSC MUSICA

    Transfer to the port and embark MSC Musica for your 22-night cruise.

         

  • 26-27 Mar 20

    AT SEA

        

  • 28 Mar 20

    RIO DE JANEIRO

    The scale of Rio de Janeiro cannot be emphasised enough. From ecstatic views atop Corcovado peak and Christ the Redeemer down to its sea of endlessly unique markets, one struggles to find fault with this perfect captivation of Brazilian culture.

    Famed for its often-spiritual bond with music, this is the only place where samba rhythm can truly be experienced.

         

  • 29 Mar 20

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    03 Apr 20

    AT SEA

    MSC Musica offers her guests a world of daytime activities and night-time entertainment. With so many options available, the only problem is deciding what to do!

          

  • 04 Apr 20

    MINDELO, CAPE VERDE

    Long considered the cultural capital of Cape Verde, Mindelo is renowned for producing poets and musicians, such as the late Cesaria Evora, the “Barefoot Diva”.

    The combination of candy-colonial buildings, cobblestone streets and adorable yachts gives the city a town-feel that oozes through its bistros, bars and quirky locals.

          

  • 05-06 Apr 20

    AT SEA

        

       

  • 07 Apr 20

    FUNCHAL, PORTUGAL

    Set in a magnificent natural amphitheatre overlooking a wide bay, Funchal is the delightful capital of the beautiful and dramatic island of Madeira.

         

  • 08 Apr 20

    AT SEA

       

  • 09 Apr 20

    CASABLANCA, MOROCCO

    The economic and cultural capital of Morocco, Casablanca boasts contemporary art galleries, fashion boutiques and visible remnants of its French colonial origins.

          

  • 10 Apr 20

    AT SEA

         

  • 11 Apr 20

    PALMA DE MALLORCA

    Palma’s visual aesthetic is the result of its local coastline and not-so-distant mountains, resulting in countless photogenic viewpoints. Detouring away from the iconic trophy-sights will take you through a maze of cobbled lanes, charming markets, baroque churches and lush courtyards.

         

  • 12 Apr 20

    AT SEA

        

  • 13 Apr 20

    VALLETTA, MALTA

    Malta manages to fit prehistoric temples, fossil-studded cliffs, hidden coves and a fascinating history into its modest archipelago. For such a remarkable place, the island has a surprisingly laid-back local ethos, with its welcoming populace making visitors feel right at home.

         

  • 14 Apr 20

    CORFU, GREECE

    A name given to both the town and the entirety of its island, Corfu is the most popular of the Ionian Isles.

    A melting pot of Greek, French and British influences seep out into the whitewashed streets, which lead to Byzantine churches, Venetian fortresses and an exciting array of evening-orientated venues.

          

  • 15 Apr 20

    DUBROVNIK, CROATIA

    Feelings of inspiration are sure to emerge when spending time in Dubrovnik, the Adriatic Sea reflecting glimmers of light across the city’s vast horizon of marble streets, baroque buildings and ancient walls.

    Despite the devastating attacks in 1991, the city has bounced back with admirable poise and has since become a very desirable tourist destination.

          

  • 16 Apr 20

    VENICE - DISEMBARK

    Disembark your ship and transfer to the airport for your flight to the UK.

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Highlights

  • Buenos Aires, Argentina

    It’s easy to see how Buenos Aires created the tango, both of them being highly captivating and seductive. Visually similar to Europe (with a Latin American edge), the city is a sprawling metropolis filled with romantic restaurants, an unmatched nightlife and an aroma of passion that travels from its outer neighbourhoods through to its bustling centre.

  • Casablanca, Morocco

    The economic and cultural capital of Morocco, Casablanca boasts contemporary art galleries, fashion boutiques and visible remnants of its French colonial origins. The city's French colonial legacy is seen in its downtown Mauresque architecture, a blend of Moorish style and European art deco. Standing partly over the water, the enormous Hassan II Mosque, completed in 1993, has a 210m minaret topped with lasers directed toward Mecca.

  • Concha y Toro Vineyard

    Concha y Toro Vineyard

    Travel through the beautiful wine country to Chile's legendary Concha y Toro Winery. After a relaxing drive, pass through the traditional winery's grand entrance to spend a pleasant afternoon enjoying the grounds. Your guided winery tour starts at the stunningly landscaped antique gardens just outside the Casona, a mansion that was once the summer residence of the Concha y Toro family. Visit "Casillero del Diablo" (Devil's Cellar), the source of the famous legend that made Chilean wine known around the world. End the tour with a visit to the wine bar, an ideal place to taste premium wines paired with lavish appetizers and cheeses.

  • Corfu (Greece)

    Corfu (Greece)

    One of the lushest of the Greek Isles, Corfu is rimmed in dramatic blue waters and topped with tranquil hillside villages. A collection of quaint cafes in the town of Corfu feels very continental, but the island's secluded coves and sandy beaches could only be found in the Greek Isles. 

  • Dubrovnik

    Walk through the city and admire the Cathedral of the Assumption of Mary, inside there are a couple of Italian paintings, including Titian’s polyptych The Assumption behind the main altar. Immediately south of Luža – the square centre of the medieval town – is the Rector’s Palace,former seat of the Ragusan government. 
    The current palace is a masterpiece of serene proportion, fringed by an ornate arcaded loggia held up by columns with delicately carved capitals.

  • Lima, Peru

    Founded in 1535 by Francisco Pizarro, Lima enchants all who visit with its Spanish colonial architecture and culinary sensations. Set on a coastline of crumbling cliffs, it’s easy to feel up in the clouds as you stroll its sophisticated streets and often-chaotic downtown. 

  • Machu Picchu

    The ‘lost city of the Incas’ is not only one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, but also the biggest treasure of Peru’s past. Undiscovered by the Spaniards and forgotten over centuries, it was 1911 that the US-American scientist Hiram Bingham came upon it accidentally. Until today, the ruins leave scientists with numerous questions and riddles on how it was built and for which purpose. Theories vary but one thing is for sure: Machu Picchu is one of the most impressive and exciting places in the world, sublime and majestic on top of the mountain and surrounded by impenetrable rainforest.

  • Palma de Majorca

    Palma is a resort city and capital of the Spanish island of Majorca (Mallorca), in the western Mediterranean. The massive Santa María cathedral, a Gothic landmark begun in the 13th century, overlooks the Bay of Palma. Almost half of the total population of Majorca live in Palma. Since the advent of mass tourism in the 1950s, the city has been transformed into a tourist destination and has attracted many workers from mainland Spain. Palma’s visual aesthetic is the result of its local coastline and not-so-distant mountains, resulting in countless photogenic viewpoints. Detouring away from the iconic trophy-sights will take you through a maze of cobbled lanes, charming markets, baroque churches and lush courtyards.

  • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

    The scale of Rio de Janeiro cannot be emphasised enough. From ecstatic views atop Corcovado peak and Christ the Redeemer down to its sea of endlessly unique markets, one struggles to find fault with this perfect captivation of Brazilian culture. Famed for its often-spiritual bond with music, this is the only place where samba rhythm can truly be experienced

  • Sacred Valley

    Pisac is a well-known market amongst inhabitants which has not lose its original charm in spite of the high numbers of visitors. There are two sections that can be visited: one local part where people of Pisac and surrounding villages sell and buy their fruits and vegetables bargaining prices. On the other hand, there is the part where are many handicraft stands with ceramics, alpaca clothes and jewelry. Bargaining is welcome here, too! In the afternoon, you continue to Ollantaytambo. The impressive fortress thrones protectively above the village, the sight is great. Ollantaytambo is one of the few scenes where the Spaniards lost a battle against the Incas.

  • Santiago

    Chile’s capital offers an endless sense of adventure, from quirky cafes and wild house parties through to grand museums and 16th century San Franciscan churches. Divided by each distinctly flavoured neighbourhood, Santiago’s backdrop of hilly, sky-piercing landscapes will turn every moment into the perfect photo opportunity. 

  • Venice, Italy

    There’s simply no place like Venice: a city built on water incorporating no roads and home to over 250,000 citizens, despite its small size. Its compact, to say the least, narrow alleys leading to endless culinary treasures and the occasional tourist hotspot: St Mark’s Campanile or the Rialto Bridge, for instance. The magic of Venice’s streets is unmatchable, but a visit wouldn’t be complete without a relaxing gondola ride on the Grand Canal.

Your Ship

MSC Musica

MSC Musica

MSC Musica is luxury cruising at its best. Designed to wow guests on board, you'll find plenty to do on board whether your in the sports bar enjoying a cold beverage or relaxing in the tranquil Aurea Spa! Be sure to check out the speciality restaurant for incredible A'la Carte Asian and Sushi cuisine. Staterooms and Suites are spacious yet elegant and most have private balconies.

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Package fares from £pp

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    £3499pp

  • Outside

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    £3799pp

  • Balcony

    Bella

    £4179pp

  • Suite

    Bella

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