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  • Parc Hotel Paradiso, Italy
    The locally-rated 4-star Parc Hotel Paradiso is set in pleasant grounds adjoining the hotel's own 18-hole golf course, two kilometres from the Lake's relaxing shores. Enjoy the beautiful scenery at this great value resort hotel.
  • Historic Verona
    Founded in the first century BC, historic Verona boasts a stunning number of monuments from medieval and Renaissance times, and is also an outstanding example of a military stronghold.
  • Stunning Lake Garda
    At the foot of the Alps about half-way between Venice and Milan in the north of the country, lies Lake Garda, the largest lake in Italy and a popular holiday spot, being close to both Verona and Venice
  • The hotel's excellent facilities
    The pleasant indoor and outdoor swimming pools at the Parc Hotel Paradiso are complemented by a range of other facilities including a pinao bar, grill bar, sun terraces and a well-equipped health centre.
  • The iconic city of Venice
    The magical and iconic city of Venice is built on one hundred and seventeen small islands, and holds one hundred and fifty canals, connected by an astonishing four hundred and nine bridges.  
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The Parc Hotel Paradiso Stay and Relax
Parc Hotel Paradiso, Italy

The locally-rated 4-star Parc Hotel Paradiso is set in pleasant grounds adjoining the hotel's own 18-hole golf course, two kilometres from the Lake's relaxing shores. Enjoy the beautiful scenery at this great value resort hotel.

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  • Travel insurance
  • Return flights and transfers
  • Full board
  • Free bar open 12 hours a day
  • Welcome drink, cocktail party and Saga dinner
  • Two excursions
  • Four excursions on 14 nights or longer
  • Resident Saga representative
  • Porterage at your hotel
  • Sweets and water in your room on arrival

7 nights
from
£599
per person


Included Excursions

The following excursions are included on all standard Saga holidays of seven nights or longer at the Parc Hotel Paradiso.

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Independent Boat Tour (full day)

Explore the surrounding area independently at a leisurely pace as you are given a full-day boat pass, with transfers included to and from Peschiera

Lake Garda is the largest and the most popular of all the Italian lakes.

Countryside and Wine Tasting (half day)

Admire the beautiful scenery of the countryside and sample the local produce during your included wine tasting visit.

Plus on holidays of 14 nights or longer:

The Dolomites (full day)

According to legend, these mountains were once dark and bleak, until, at the request of a princess, some dwarfs captured the moonlight, wove it into a dense net and cast it on the mountains, creating shimmering pink hues.

In reality, the Dolomites are ancient coral reefs once covered by a shallow, warm sea. After millions of years, the sea receded, and the sea bed was raised.

This tour travels to heights of at least 2,000 metres, therefore you should be in good health and are advised to consult your GP if you have any concerns about altitude or medical conditions.

Verona (full day)

Verona is best known by the British for its associations with Shakespeare.

During your free time in this ancient city you can visit Juliet's house (admission not included) and see the famous balcony. The narrow medieval streets are a delight to explore.

Verona is also a city with great artistic and architectural treasures, and well-preserved Roman remains, of which the most famous is the Amphitheatre. This is the largest in Europe after the Colosseum in Rome, and is still used for renowned outdoor opera performances in the summer. Also visit Porta Borsari, one of the original Roman gates.