CIRQUE DU SOLEIL

The spectacular Royal Albert Hall plays host to the world famous Cirque du Soleil as they perform their new show Luzia. With surrealistic grand visual surprises and breathtaking acrobatic performances this show cleverly portrays a waking dream of Mexico. Our enjoyable break also allows time in the cities of London and Bath.   

The four star Holiday Inn Heathrow M4 is a modern, welcoming hotel in a convenient location.

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Wifi, Hot Drink Facilities & Lift.

Itinerary

Friday We depart Cornwall and begin our journey towards London. In the afternoon we visit the old Great Western Railway site at Swindon where we have the opportunity to visit the popular retail outlet centre and Steam, the museum. Our coach takes us to our hotel later in the afternoon. There will be time to settle in before dinner.

Saturday After breakfast we board our coach to travel into London. There will be a short sightseeing tour of a few famous sights before free time in either Covent Garden or the Hyde Park area. There will be time to dine in any of the many restaurants available before we make our way to Kensington for an evening performance of the Cirque du Soleil show Luzia, at the Royal Albert Hall. From the largest theatrical producer in the world this colourful, contemporary circus show will dazzle and delight throughout.    

Sunday Our day begins in a leisurely way and after a relaxed breakfast we begin the journey home. We break for lunch in the city of Bath before returning to Cornwall.

Term

Limited number of single rooms at no supplement

Home pick up £12 per person

£75 non-refundable deposit

Balance due 7 weeks prior to travel

Total Price Includes:

Premier Class coach travel

Free optional travel insurance

1 Night dinner, bed & breakfast

1 Night bed & breakfast

Excursions as detailed

Tickets for Luzia at Royal Albert Hall

Free parking at depot

Pick up points throughout Cornwall

Friday 14th to

Sunday 16th February 2020

3 Day Tour

£329

For more details

please phone

01209 717152