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Letters to Juliet packages showcase Verona and Tuscany

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LIVERTYVILLE, IL – Any Italy lover who enjoys “Letters to Juliet” will want to see the film’s beautiful locations: Romeo and Juliet’s picturesque hometown Verona, and the medieval villages and

LIVERTYVILLE, IL – Any Italy lover who enjoys “Letters to Juliet” will want to see the film’s beautiful locations: Romeo and Juliet’s picturesque hometown Verona, and the medieval villages and vineyards scenery of Tuscany.

TourCrafters has designed three romantic packages that start as low as US$799 in November/December and US$929 in September/October. The least expensive, the “Forever Young” package includes round-trip air from New York to Verona, three nights’ accommodation at the charming Residence Antico San Zeno in Verona, three nights at the Villa Aurea in Cortona, seven days’ car rental, daily breakfast, and free entrance to the Villa Aurea’s spa.

The more upscale “Italian Idyll” package also includes round-trip air, breakfast and car rental, plus three nights at the Residence Antico San Zeno in Verona and three nights at the 5-star Borgo Il Melone in Cortona. It costs US$985 in November/December and US$1,270 in September/October.

The luxurious “Rekindle Romance” package covers air, breakfast, and the rental of an automatic Mercedes, plus three nights at the world-renowned Hotel Due Torri in Verona and three nights at the splendid Villa Olmi Resort in Bagno a Ripoli, just outside Florence. This one costs US$1,609 in November/December and US$2,185 in September/October.

Air fare add-ons are US$14 for Boston, US$108 for Chicago and Miami, and US$223 for Los Angeles. They are slightly higher in November and December. All prices quoted are per person, double occupancy, are subject to availability, and do not include the fuel surcharge or airport taxes of approximately US$432 because they are subject to change. Reservations must be paid for within 72 hours of booking.

For additional information, visit . For reservations, call 800-482-5995.