Tourism

Trafalgar is wishing you a Happy World Pasta Day

Firstly, let’s take a moment to recognise all that pasta has done for us and other lovers of the heavenly creation globally.

Good.

Now that that’s out of the way, it’s time to celebrate, and if anyone knows how to celebrate the magnificence of pasta, it’s Trafalgar.

In an effort to show their adoration to beloved carb, Trafalgar has unveiled its 2018 Italian brochure, and boy is it delizioso.

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Trafalgar guests get a taste of The Good Life with an array of delicious pasta tasting and pasta making throughout their Italian holidays.

On Rome and Tuscan Highlights, guests visit historic Villa Machiavelli, for an exclusive experience with renowned Chef Libero Saraceni.

Libero takes guests through a local Florence marketto to pick produce, before a hands on cooking class where they learn to make pasta dishes and enjoy the fruits of their labour, accompanied by traditional Tuscan Chianti.

The new Wonders of Italy trip for 2018 showcases the cultural sites of historic Rome, the colours of the Cinque Terre and the  the artistic masterpieces of Da Vinci and Michelangelo in Florence.

Guests will also be treated to an exclusive to Trafalgar – Be My Guest experience, where they’ll have lunch with the Lenzi family before sharing their hand-harvested wine, home baked bread and abundance of delicacies from their estate.

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Travellers  who want an in depth view to iconic Rome, can opt for the Rome Explorer which also includes a cooking class in Fooxia with a professional chef, where guests will learn the art of pasta making.

The Gladiators, Gondolas and Gold itinerary is the perfect option for families wanting an effortless holiday that’s fun for everyone.

Boutique travel seekers can immerse themselves in the marvel of Piedmont and the Italian Lakes, a Hidden Journey where they’ll experience truly authentic accommodation in a 17th Century monastery.

Matthew Cameron-Smith, Managing Director Trafalgar Australia said, “Italy is a perennial favourite for Australians and our 2018 program offers something for every kind of traveller.”

“Our guests get the real Italy with authentic experiences that allow them to truly connect with the locals and culture of each region they visit.”

“With our limited time $699 return air offer, along with 100% definite departures on our Discovery trips through Italy, now is the time to lock clients in and get them the best availability in this top-selling destination,” he added.

With a choice of either the exclusive air deal for just $699 return including taxes on all 97 Europe and Britain trips including all Italy itineraries or the 10% Early Payment Discount if paid in full before 14 December 2017, clients will ensure the best value with Trafalgar by booking imminently.



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