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Olympic hosts past and present

Fantastic vacation ideas and offers for the Olympic host cities past and future.

All prices include international flights and transfers unless otherwise stated and are subject to availability. T&Cs may apply.

Melbourne (1956)

Explore the highlights of southern Australia, before ending up in Melbourne, Australia’s cultural hub. The city boasts a year round abundance of festivals, major art exhibitions and theatrical events, beautiful gardens and fashionable shopping areas. Enjoy lunch on the banks of the Yarra River or take a tram to St Kilda, Melbourne’s leafy bay-side village. Try the top restaurants or go local and enjoy the more Bohemian side of Melbourne’s bars and eateries.

From £8,100pp for a customized itinerary through southern Australia based on two adults sharing. Includes flights, taxes, hire car and accommodation.

Rome (1960)

Villa Spalletti Trivelli is a luxurious boutique hotel comprised of only 12 rooms situated in one of the most elegant areas of Rome. Close to the city's most famous landmarks including the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps.

From £1,100pp for a four night stay on a B&B basis inclusive of scheduled flights and transfers.

Tokyo (1964)

Explore Japan’s capital in style, taking in the sights, sounds and flavors of this cutting edge, exciting city. With soaring skyscrapers contrasting with the snow-capped peak of mighty Mount Fuji and ancient Samurai culture meeting the wild fashion of Harajuku, Tokyo is a tantalising melee of old and new.

From £2,405pp for 6 nights in Japan, based on 2 people sharing including international flights and transfers by bullet train.

Mexico City (1968)

Mexico City is a city of varied charms - take in the colonial architecture, world-class museums and boutiques and be sure to visit the Aztec pyramid of Teotihuacan. After your city fix, fly down to the Pacific Coast for some pure indulgent relaxation.

From £3,200pp based on two people sharing, including all flights and transfers, 3 nights at Four Seasons in Mexico City, with a private tour of the city and Teotihuacan, plus 7 nights at the Viceroy Zihuatanejo, on a B&B basis.

Montreal (1976)

Less than 7 hours away, Montreal offers a fusion of old world charm, fine dining, superb shopping and culture aplenty. Experience the summer Comedy or Jazz festivals or simply sit in a pavement café and watch the world go by. Le Saint Sulpice is set in the cobbled streets of the Old Town and is a perfect base to explore from.

From £1,240pp based on 2 adults sharing a Superior Suite for 4 nights on a room only basis.

Moscow (1980)

Stay in style at the prestigious Ritz Carlton Hotel in Moscow, and enjoy views over the Kremlin and Red Square from the rooftop bar. The sumptuously decorated rooms and suites are traditionally styled, with polished wood and rich natural fabrics, but also equipped with state-of-the-art technical amenities. The hotel boasts a 2000m² ESPA fitness center, including a state of the art gym, indoor pool and wellness center offering health and beauty treatments.

From £1,200pp for a three night weekend package, including flights, transfers, B&B, and a program of sightseeing tours to suit your interests.

Los Angeles (1984)

Shutters on the Beach, in Santa Monica, enjoys a beachfront location and perfectly blends a laid back beach house feel with immaculate service and facilities. You will find all the little touches that make you feel pampered and privileged to be relaxing in such an idyllic location. There is so much to do; go shopping in Santa Monica, Hollywood or Beverly Hills, hire a bike and go cycling, visit Hollywood and discover the hotel's art gallery.

From £2,855pp for 7 nights at Shutters on the Beach in Superior Room on a room only basis, including flights and transfers.

Sydney (2000)

Vibrant Sydney hugs the shores of a beautiful harbor, making sightseeing by private yacht, launch or even on a ferry a particular pleasure. Start your adventure through the stunning state of New South Wales with 4 nights in Sydney, exploring the city with its abundance of world-class restaurants, lively café culture and city beaches, before journeying through the eucalypt forests, lofty mountains and hidden bays of New South Wales.

From £6,500pp for a 14 night customized itinerary including flights, taxes and accommodation. On a full board basis everywhere except Sydney.

Beijing (2008)

Our most recent Olympic host city, Beijing still remains one of the most popular cities to visit in Asia and we know why. Having been the capital city of both Imperial and Modern China, it has so much to see, contrasting anceint and modern. Visit the vast and historic Tiananmen Square, the enchanting Forbidden City, the magnificent Temple of Heaven and the spectacular Imperial Summer Palace. Beijing is also the gateway to remote parts of the Great Wall.

From £4,200pp for 10 nights based on 2 people sharing including all flights, most meals, private transfers, sightseeing and a private guide and driver.

Rio de Janeiro (2016)

Rio de Janeiro has to have the most spectacular setting of any city in the world. Flanked by gorgeous mountains, golden sand beaches and verdant rainforests fronting deep blue sea, it is truly cinematic. A short flight away is the historic town of Ouro Preto, built on gold and gemstones, you’ll be transported to bygone days. Drive to nearby Tiradentes to take in a timeless town in the hills, before finishing in laid-back Paraty on the Emerald Coast.

Price from £3,300pp based on two people sharing on a B&B basis for 12 nights including all flights and private transfers.

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