Kirker Holidays

Kirker Holidays offers carefully crafted short breaks and tailor-made holidays to destinations throughout Europe and beyond.

With over 30 years of experience creating memorable holidays to cities such as Paris, Rome and Venice, Kirker offers unparalleled knowledge and local expertise.

Every Kirker holiday is tailor-made to each individual’s requirements and includes private transfers, Kirker’s unique Guide Notes to restaurants and sightseeing and the services of the Kirker Concierge to book concert or opera tickets, arrange a private guide, or make a restaurant reservation for a delicious dinner. In many destinations, additional benefits are included at no extra charge, such as a 48 hour Museum Pass for those visiting Paris, and timed entrance tickets for Florence’s Uffizi Gallery – essential details which save valuable time and hassle on a short break. Kirker’s collection of individually selected hotels ranges from comfortable pensioni to luxurious private residences and historic palace hotels – perfect for a special birthday or anniversary.

The Kirker brochures now include not only the classic cities and countryside regions of Italy, France and Spain, but diverse destinations from Morocco to Southern Africa and the Indian subcontinent, as well as a unique programme of escorted Cultural Tours and Music Holidays. The Kirker experts are always delighted to share their knowledge, experience and their own personal favourites.

Favourite Places from Kirker Holidays
La Serenissima
Venice is a unique experience and surely the world’s most spectacularly beautiful city. Floating in the Venetian lagoon on an archipelago of over 100 islands, linked by a network of bridges and canals, this was once the richest trading centre in the world. It is these riches which allowed the Venetians to create the Baroque palaces and churches which still stand today, and to decorate them with the priceless furniture, sculptures and paintings which fill the Doge’s Palace and the Accademia Gallery. Whilst Venice has a wonderfully preserved history, it has also continued to inspire new generations of visitors, from the Grand Tourists of the 18th and 19th Century to the modern artists who flock to the city’s Biennale.