Saturday, June 13th to Sunday, 21st 2020
"All roads lead to Rome"
Starting from $2,700 p/p Land package
Day 1 - June 13
Arrive in Milan. Meet at the hotel.
🏨8 nights superior 4 stars hotels. Breakfasts and dinners 🍽️ included.
🍽️Farewell dinner at a local restaurant on the evening before returning to the USA
🎟️Entrance and fees to sites as per the itinerary.
🚌Tours as described in the itinerary in an a/c deluxe bus and with an English speaking guide. A bilingual JW Trip guide will be available. Español
Airfare or Visas
Drinks not included with meals
Airport taxes at departure
Tips not included (Recommended tips: $5 per day for the local guide, $3.50 per day for the driver, 10-15% per meal)
What's NOT included
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Booking: A non-refundable deposit of $700 per person is required to reserve a space on the tour. Final payment is due on or before February 14, 2020. All payments made towards the balance will not be refunded. If traveling with a roommate please be aware that you will be responsible for the additional cost for Single Occupancy in the event of cancellation and if another roommate cannot be found. JW Trips™ will not be responsible for finding another traveler as a roommate.
Cancellations, Refunds, and Trip Interruptions: Due to the nature of group travel and contracting with service providers, deposits and payments made cannot be refunded. Unused hotel accommodations or any unused features or segments of the purchased tour are not refundable or exchangeable for other services. Travel insurance is not included in the tour price and will require a separate purchase.
Land Only: If a Land Only package is selected, it will be the responsibility of the traveler to make arrangements to the hotel and to the airport. JW Trips™ is not responsible for any portion of the trip that is missed due to flight delay or cancellation and/or transfers delay or cancelation. The tour will commence at the scheduled time and date and it is the responsibility of the traveler to catch up to the group in the event of a delay.
Payment by check: Bank service fees charged on return checks will be the responsibility of the customer.
Travel Insurance: Travel Insurance is required for every person traveling and proof of coverage will be necessary to travel.
Tour arrangements and pricing: Accommodations will be provided in twin-bedded rooms with private bath. Meals are included only as specified in the itinerary. Please note that the sequence of days in the itinerary is subject to change at the discretion of JW Trips™. We cannot change or alter the itinerary to accommodate other requests, needs or changes by individual travelers.
Air Transportation: IATA™ carriers such as Delta, United, American Airlines and/or other major carriers may be used. Airfares are based on non-refundable fares and schedules are subject to change without notice. It is the traveler's responsibility to arrive at the airport on time for the departure from EWR. JW Trips™ is not responsible for flight delays due to any reason including weather, acts of god, terrorism or airline delay.
Responsibility: No delay or failure to take action under these Standard Terms and Conditions shall constitute any waiver by JW Trips™ of any provision of these terms and Conditions.
By accepting these terms and conditions you agree that you are in good emotional and physical health and can adapt to the pace of international group travel. We do not guarantee that any emergency medical care or medicine is available in the country visited and recommend that you carry any medicine or equipment with you at all times or that any special dietary needs will be cared for at the country visited on your itinerary. JW Trips™ acts only as an agent in making arrangements for hotels, sightseeing tours, other transportation and services in connection with all tours and is not responsible and expressly disclaims any liability for injury, damage, loss, delay, change in itinerary, additional expense, inconvenience or irregularity, whether to person or property incurred during the trip in connection with or relating to the supply or omission of air, sea, land transportation services, hotel, facilities, meals, other services or illness of client. JW Trips™ cannot be responsible or liable for breakdowns, government actions, war, terrorism, civil disturbance, fire, weather, natural disaster, acts of god, strikes or other circumstances beyond our control, such as client’s failure to obtain proper documentation, travel insurance and/or follow instructions including but not limited to check-in/check-out places and times, or the delay, loss of or damage to client’s luggage or its contents. The clients ticket shall constitute the sole contract between the air carriers and the client. Reservations are not transferrable
Terms and Conditions
Travel Insurance with CSA Travel Protection
Frequently Asked Questions
What should I bring with me on the bus?Take whatever makes your trip more comfortable. It is suggested that you bring a bag with your cosmetics, neck or waist pillows, light blanket, change of clothes, Bible, songbook, Daily Text, Study Watchtower and literature to read and place with people. You should use headphones with music and video games.
How much luggage can I take?You can carry a maximum of two suitcases for each person plus the bag you carry inside the bus. It is easier with less luggage. Large iceboxes are not allowed. Do not carry glass containers.
How should I get dressed for the trip?In the bus you can dress in a casual but always modest way. Always remember to bear testimony with your clothing. The clothes we wear should not distract the message we give. When visiting the facilities of Bethel, we must dress just as we attend the meetings (km 3/98). It suggests that you wear comfortable shoes because you walk a lot. Sisters who wear high heels will suffer after walking for 3 hours.
Can I make arrangements to meet with friends I have in Bethel or in the area?Yes, but only if this does not hinder the arrangements of the trip. You have the responsibility to join us. Please notify us of your arrangements.
Where can I sit on the bus?Seats are assigned on a first come first basis. If you have a health issue that requires a particular seat, please let us know. We will try to accomodate.
Can we bring food inside the bus?Meals such as tacos, tamales, burritos, sandwiches, etc. are not allowed. But you can bring chips, nuts, cookies. You can bring drinks in plastic bottles with a lid. Only small coolers allowed to fit under the seat. We must keep the bus clean at all times.
Is there space under the bus for my purchases?Yes there are. You should mark the packages with your name so you do not lose them.
How much do I bring for meals?You should plan a minimum of $ 10 to $ 25 + for each meal. We are going to visit a variety of restaurants including fast food. In New York, the cost of food ranges from $ 25 to $ 40.
What about tips?In hotels and restaurants you are responsible for the tips. If you decide to go to the Met to take a Bible tour, it is customary to tip the tour guide and we should add that it is industry standard to tip the bus driver.
Where should I have the things I need frequently?These things should be up with you inside the bus and not down with the luggage.
Who do I contact if I have additional questions?If you have any other questions you can contact us by email at email@example.com or by phone at (817)607-8019