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April 4, 2013

Chamber Trip to Italy

EXETER - Have you always wanted to see the amazing sights of Italy? Come join the Exeter Area Chamber of Commerce for a 9-day excursion to Milan, Rome, Venice, and Florence, November 4-12, 2013. The price for this trip is $2,799 per person, double occupancy, and includes: transportation to airport, round trip airfare (including taxes), hotel, 10 meals, and tours to the top tourist attractions.

Come experience the magic of Italy. The trip begins in Rome, where you can see history come to life at the Colosseum or take in the splendors of Vatican City. Then take a tour of the beautiful Italian countryside on the way to the capital of Tuscany, Florence. Experience the amazing culture, art, and romance that comprise this beautiful city, while enjoying delicious local cuisine and wine or visiting the Leaning Tower of Pisa. No trip to Italy would be complete without visiting the unique city of Venice, and this trip offers the opportunity to drift through the romantic canals to view the ancient architecture as well as explore charming St. Mark’s Square.

The trip concludes with a visit to the modern city of Milan, where visitors can immerse themselves in Italian elegance. In addition to these exciting adventures, other options include a Venetian Serenaded Gondola Cruise, seeing Rome by Night featuring performances from beloved operas, a Tuscan Feast complete with a visit to a 14th century monastery, and a visit to the Venetian Lagoon to experience the best of Venetian glass making!

If you are interested in learning more about this once in a lifetime experience, come join the Exeter Area Chamber of Commerce for an informational meeting that will take place on Tues., April 30, beginning at 6:00 p.m., at the Exeter Area Chamber office, located at 24 Front Street, Exeter. Bring family, friends, co-workers, all of your questions, and be prepared to fall in love with the magic of Italy!

For more information, contact Bobbi Vanderbulcke at the Exeter Area Chamber of Commerce at 603-772-2411 or by email at membership@exeterarea.org.

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