Luxury Holidays By APT
Delivering the ultimate holiday experience, Luxury Holidays allow you to discover the essence of each fascinating destination in comfort and style. Enjoy the finest accommodation, unforgettable culinary experiences, enriching sightseeing and exceptional service. But the detail tells the real story – from exquisite touches such as GoldLeaf Service aboard the Rocky Mountaineer train in Canada to visiting the Royal Waiting Room in Budapest Station, followed by lunch on board the Grand Empress Steam Train once used by Franz Joesph I. Our attention to detail is evident throughout.
So Much Included
Signature Experience & Freedom of Choice
Complimentary Home to Airport Transfers
Grand Empress Steam Train
Follow in the footsteps of royalty on the Grand Empress Steam Train. From the opulent Royal Waiting Room at Budapest station, APT guests board a train once used emperor Franz Joseph I and empress Elisabeth, known as Sisi. After lunch on board, imposing Godollo Palace – Sisi’s favourite abode – awaits.
Butchart Gardens before Opening Time
Visit The Butchart Gardens before the general public is granted access, and enjoy an exclusive breakfast in the original Butchart residence. More than 100 years ago, Jennie Butchart transformed a disused quarry into a 500-acre haven overflowing with lush greens and colourful blooms, which is still family run to this day.
Te Waonui stay in NZ
Nestled within lush rainforest, yet just minutes away from Franz Josef Glacier, Te Waonui Forest Retreat is a gem of New Zealand’s wild west coast. Here the icefalls tumble close to sea level, and temperate rainforest sits cheek-by-jowl with alpine peaks. Te Waonui Forest Retreat pays respect to this unique environment with its design.
Quinta da Roeda in Portugal
Portugal’s Douro Valley is lined with vineyards. Among the most impressive is Quinta da Roeda, where APT guests enjoy a lunch of traditional local cuisine, followed by tasting of the port wine for which the country is famous. The vineyard boasts magnificent views along the valley, and across the Douro River.