The New 7 Wonders: Around-the-World Adventure for Two People

The New 7 Wonders: Around-the-World Adventure for Two People

Worldwide

$41,500

“Travelers discover a world of wonder when they embrace a destination's arts and culture” Travel Channel

Why we love it

The official New 7 Wonders of the World are voted for by more than 100 million traveling enthusiasts to represent global heritage throughout history. Embark on a whirlwind journey of discovery across three continents in one month and unearth awe-inspiring stories of enduring love and violent war, wrathful gods and crowning glory at all seven magnificent wonders.

What's Included?

  • Tour the New 7 Wonders of the World for two people in 27 days
  • Around-the-World Business Class ticket for two people
  • Stay in luxury 4 & 5-star accommodations in each city
  • UK airport chauffeur and return private airport transfers at each destination
  • A private tour of each of the 7 Wonders
  • A personal itinerary from your TRULY Concierge

Sales Tax is included in the price of this experience.

Exclusive to TRULY

  • This experience is unique to TRULY guests

Description

New7Wonders of the World was an initiative started in 2000 as a Millennium project to cast a worldwide, non-political and open vote to define the ‘Wonders of the World’ from 200 monuments of global recognition. After seven years, 100 million votes and a smorgasbord of human achievement, the winners were announced in Lisbon in July 2007.

Flying around the world in business class comfort, savour the trip of a lifetime to witness each of the new seven wonders in all their glory. Indulge in three days of 4 and 5-star luxury at each destination, quite literally taking in a world of diverse and beautiful culture on each part of your journey.

The New 7 Wonders of the World

Colosseum, Rome, Italy

The only finalist from Europe to make it into the top seven, the Colosseum once held up to 50,000 spectators who came to watch gory and glorious games involving gladiatorial battles, famous re-enactments and wild animal hunts. The Colosseum, which was completed in A.D. 80, has weathered centuries of destructive earthquakes and chancing stone robbers and today stands as a monument to progressive Roman rule, its damage adding to the structures antique appeal, charm and mystique.

Petra, Arabian Desert, Jordan

Perched on the edge of the Arabian Desert, Petra was the capital of the Nabataean kingdom of King Aretas IV between 9 and 40 A.D. Recaptured by the desert and preserved in hidden view for 800 years, the site was discovered by Swiss explorer Johann Ludwig Burckhardt in 1812. Petra is famed for its ornate stone structures that are carved into the rose-coloured rock, the most recognizable of which is the 150ft tall Treasury, the king’s tomb. The ancient city is an engineering marvel, boasting intricate tunnels, water chambers and a 4,000 capacity amphitheatre in the vast and unforgiving desert.

Taj Mahal, Agra, India

Built by Muslim Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan to honour the memory of his beloved late wife, Mumtaz Mahal, the opulent, domed mausoleum is made entirely of white marble and took 15 years to complete, with construction beginning in 1632. Considered the finest example of Mughal art and architecture, the structure is 13 stories tall and framed by walled gardens. A symbol of eternal love, Shah Jahan was deposed and put under house arrest by one of his sons soon after the Taj Mahal's completion. It's said that he spent the rest of his days gazing at the Taj Mahal from a window.

Great Wall of China, China

Constructed between the fifth century B.C. and the 16th century, the Great Wall is the world's longest man-made structure, stretching some 5,500 miles through desert, mountain ranges and out to the East China Sea. The great length of the wall was designed as a defence against invading nomadic tribes from Mongolia. The best known sections of the wall were built around 200 B.C. by the first emperor of China, Qin Shi Huang Di and between the 12th and 17th century by the Ming Dynasty.

Chichén Itza, Yucatan, Mexico

Chichén Itzá is possibly the most famous temple city of the Mayans. It was the political and religious center of Maya civilization during the period from A.D. 750 to 1200. At the city's heart lies the Temple of Kukulkan which rises to a height of 79 feet. Archaeologists believe the temple acted as an early calendar. Each of its four sides has 91 steps, one step for each day of the year, with the 365th day represented by the platform on the top.

Machu Picchu, Andean Mountains, Peruvian Amazon

Unbeknownst to the world until 1911, the ‘Lost City of the Incas’ Machu Picchu is a 15th-century mountain settlement in the Amazon region of Peru, perched 7,000ft high in the Andes. The ruined city is among the best known remnants of the Inca civilization, which flourished in western South America.

Christ the Redeemer, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

Perhaps the world’s most iconic religious monument, Christ the Redeemer stands at 38 metres tall atop the Corcovado mountain overlooking Rio de Janeiro. Completed in 1931 it is the largest Art Deco structure in the world and a symbol of the protection, warmth and the nation’s welcoming nature.

Description

New7Wonders of the World was an initiative started in 2000 as a Millennium project to cast a worldwide, non-political and open vote to define the ‘Wonders of the World’ from 200 monuments of global recognition. After seven years, 100 million votes and a smorgasbord of human achievement, the winners were announced in Lisbon in July 2007.

Flying around the world in business class comfort, savour the trip of a lifetime to witness each of the new seven wonders in all their glory. Indulge in three days of 4 and 5-star luxury at each destination, quite literally taking in a world of diverse and beautiful culture on each part of your journey.

The New 7 Wonders of the World

Colosseum, Rome, Italy

The only finalist from Europe to make it into the top seven, the Colosseum once held up to 50,000 spectators who came to watch gory and glorious games involving gladiatorial battles, famous re-enactments and wild animal hunts. The Colosseum, which was completed in A.D. 80, has weathered centuries of destructive earthquakes and chancing stone robbers and today stands as a monument to progressive Roman rule, its damage adding to the structures antique appeal, charm and mystique.

Petra, Arabian Desert, Jordan

Perched on the edge of the Arabian Desert, Petra was the capital of the Nabataean kingdom of King Aretas IV between 9 and 40 A.D. Recaptured by the desert and preserved in hidden view for 800 years, the site was discovered by Swiss explorer Johann Ludwig Burckhardt in 1812. Petra is famed for its ornate stone structures that are carved into the rose-coloured rock, the most recognizable of which is the 150ft tall Treasury, the king’s tomb. The ancient city is an engineering marvel, boasting intricate tunnels, water chambers and a 4,000 capacity amphitheatre in the vast and unforgiving desert.

Taj Mahal, Agra, India

Built by Muslim Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan to honour the memory of his beloved late wife, Mumtaz Mahal, the opulent, domed mausoleum is made entirely of white marble and took 15 years to complete, with construction beginning in 1632. Considered the finest example of Mughal art and architecture, the structure is 13 stories tall and framed by walled gardens. A symbol of eternal love, Shah Jahan was deposed and put under house arrest by one of his sons soon after the Taj Mahal's completion. It's said that he spent the rest of his days gazing at the Taj Mahal from a window.

Great Wall of China, China

Constructed between the fifth century B.C. and the 16th century, the Great Wall is the world's longest man-made structure, stretching some 5,500 miles through desert, mountain ranges and out to the East China Sea. The great length of the wall was designed as a defence against invading nomadic tribes from Mongolia. The best known sections of the wall were built around 200 B.C. by the first emperor of China, Qin Shi Huang Di and between the 12th and 17th century by the Ming Dynasty.

Chichén Itza, Yucatan, Mexico

Chichén Itzá is possibly the most famous temple city of the Mayans. It was the political and religious center of Maya civilization during the period from A.D. 750 to 1200. At the city's heart lies the Temple of Kukulkan which rises to a height of 79 feet. Archaeologists believe the temple acted as an early calendar. Each of its four sides has 91 steps, one step for each day of the year, with the 365th day represented by the platform on the top.

Machu Picchu, Andean Mountains, Peruvian Amazon

Unbeknownst to the world until 1911, the ‘Lost City of the Incas’ Machu Picchu is a 15th-century mountain settlement in the Amazon region of Peru, perched 7,000ft high in the Andes. The ruined city is among the best known remnants of the Inca civilization, which flourished in western South America.

Christ the Redeemer, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

Perhaps the world’s most iconic religious monument, Christ the Redeemer stands at 38 metres tall atop the Corcovado mountain overlooking Rio de Janeiro. Completed in 1931 it is the largest Art Deco structure in the world and a symbol of the protection, warmth and the nation’s welcoming nature.

Route Summary

  • Day 1-3: Rome (Colosseum)
  • Day 4-7: Amman (Petra)
  • Day 8-11: Agra (Taj Mahal)
  • Day 12-15: Beijing (Great Wall of China)
  • Day 16-19: Cancun (Chechen Itza)
  • Day 20-23: Cusco (Machu Picchu)
  • Day 24-27: Rio De Janeiro (Christ the Redeemer)

Additional Information

This experience is valid for redemption within six months from the dates of issue, with travel dates within 12 months.

Around-the-World Business Class flights are included from any UK airport. To fly from airports outside the UK, or for multi-destination flights, please contact our TRULY Concierge prior to booking.

The cost of Travel Visas are included.

A private tour for two people is included at each of the New 7 Wonders of the World.

This experience is highly customisable. Contact our TRULY Concierge team to discuss dining options.

All bookings are subject to availability. We recommend booking at least 12 weeks in advance to guarantee desired dates and times.

Route Summary

  • Day 1-3: Rome (Colosseum)
  • Day 4-7: Amman (Petra)
  • Day 8-11: Agra (Taj Mahal)
  • Day 12-15: Beijing (Great Wall of China)
  • Day 16-19: Cancun (Chechen Itza)
  • Day 20-23: Cusco (Machu Picchu)
  • Day 24-27: Rio De Janeiro (Christ the Redeemer)

Additional Information

This experience is valid for redemption within six months from the dates of issue, with travel dates within 12 months.

Around-the-World Business Class flights are included from any UK airport. To fly from airports outside the UK, or for multi-destination flights, please contact our TRULY Concierge prior to booking.

The cost of Travel Visas are included.

A private tour for two people is included at each of the New 7 Wonders of the World.

This experience is highly customisable. Contact our TRULY Concierge team to discuss dining options.

All bookings are subject to availability. We recommend booking at least 12 weeks in advance to guarantee desired dates and times.

How it works

  • Choose your experience

    Treat yourself or share with someone you truly care about.

  • We arrange everything

    Our concierge will arrange everything, even the little extras.

  • Relax and enjoy

    Simply show up and savour the memory that will last a lifetime.

Location

Colosseum, Petra, Taj Mahal, Great Wall of China, Chechen Itza, Machu Picchu, Christ the Redeemer

Exact locations will be given at the time of booking

Private Tour at each destination

New 7 Wonders of the World Colosseum, Petra, Taj Mahal, Great Wall of China, Chechen Itza, Machu Picchu, Christ the Redeemer

Available Worldwide Exact locations will be given at the time of booking

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