19 days in Europe


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  1. Day 1

    Arrival Nice Proceed to Nice

    Capital of the Alpes-Maritimes department on the French Riviera, sits on the pebbly shores of the Baie des Anges. After your pick up from the airport, you will proceed to Hotel. You will check in to the hotel. Overnight stay at the hotel in Nice. (D)

  2. Day 2

    Nice – Monte Carlo – Eze – Nice

    After a pleasant breakfast at the hotel,, proceed to City orientation tour of Nice includes Town Hall and Waterfront area. Proceed to Monte Carlo. En-route visit the perfume factory – discover what make French Perfumes so prized and learn how master mixologists combine different bases, fragrances and oils to make sweet smelling concoctions while making perfumes. Later visit the Palace of Prince Rainier located on a hill overlooking the entire Monaco. Pass by world’s oldest SBM Casino Monte Carlo. Overnight stay at the hotel in Nice. (B, L & D)

  3. Day 3

    Nice – Pisa

    After a delightful breakfast at the hotel, we will checkout of our hotel proceed to Pisa. Enroute enjoy Pisa city orientation tour includes Square of Miracles, Baptistry, Cathedral and Leaning tower of Pisa. Overnight stay at the hotel in Pisa. (B, L & D)

  4. Day 4

    Rome, Colosseum,Trevi Fountain

    After a brilliant breakfast, we will check out and proceed to the beautiful, historic city of Rome. As the saying goes, Rome wasn’t built in a day, and the sights and sheer magnitude of the architecture tells us why! After checking into our hotel in Rome, we will set out to tour this Colosseum from inside, explore this Flavian amphitheater while listening to stories about the brutal events like executions and bloodstained gladiator battles. As you stroll around the amphitheater, try to image the ancient crowd of up to 50000 spectators who cheered such gladiatorial contests. During the city orientation tour see the Roman Forum – an impressive sprawl of ruins which was the political and commercial hub of the Roman Empire, then take a breif stop at Trevi Fountain – Rome's most famous fountain, known for its legend that states if you throw a coin in the water, you will return to Rome someday. See the Circus Maximus - a Roman chariot racing stadium and mass entertainment venue of ancient Rome followed by the famous Piazza Venezia, a square located in the heart of Rome. In the evening enjoy Time elevator Ride - a 3-D movie experience that whisks you through 3000 years of Roman history in just 45 mins. Travel through time, from Romulus and Remus to Julius Caesar to the Renaissance. Overnight stay at the hotel in Rome. (B, L & D)

  5. Day 5

    Rome – Vatican – Rome

    After a delightful breakfast at the hotel, proceed to the Vatican City – the smallest country in the world. Visit the renowned Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel. Do not miss the beautiful ceiling and also “The Last Judgment” painted on the altar by the famous artist Michelangelo. Visit the holy basilica of St Pete's – famous for The Pieta sculpture and home of architectural and artistic masterpieces, which will leave you spellbound. Overnight stay at the hotel in Rome. (B, L & D)

  6. Day 6

    Rome – Florence – Padova

    After a hearty breakfast, we will check out from our hotel and drive to Florence. Drive to Piazzale Michelangelo, a square on top of a hill with a replica of the impressive statue of David and also get a bird's eye view of the city of Florence. Later proceed to Padova. En route visit the Ferrari Museum, and have the opportunity to learn history of this magical car. In the evening arrive at Padova. Overnight stay at the hotel in Venice. (B, L & D)

  7. Day 7

    Venice – Innsbruck

    After a brilliant breakfast at the hotel, we will leave for one of the most exotic, most popular destinations in Europe - Venice. With charming Gondola rides on the canals, the beautiful architecture, the myriad museums and the many islands dotting its shore, Venice is a delight like no other. On reaching this beautiful place, we will check in to our hotel, freshen up, and proceed for an orientation tour of this fantastic city. Steeped in history, this city has a lot to offer. We will see Doge's Palace, Bell Tower, Bridge of Sighs - which served as a link between the Doge's Palace and the New Prisons, St Marks Square and the Basilica. Later make your way to Innsbruck. On arrival enjoy city orientation tour of Innsbruck. See the famous Golden Roof as you stroll on cobblestone pathways of Maria Theresien Strasse and get a feel of old European charm of Innsbruck. Overnight stay at the hotel in Innsbruck. (B, L & D)

  8. Day 8

    Innsbruck – Wattens – Munich

    We will visit the brilliant Swarovski Crystal World, the beautiful crystal complex dripping with the famous Swarovski crystals. Enjoy a mesmerizing experience in the 'world of crystals' Proceed to Munich. Visit Dachau concentration camp - the first Nazi concentration camp opened in Germany. Overnight stay at the hotel in Munich. (B, L & D)

  9. Day 9

    Munich – Vaduz – Lucerne

    Enjoy Munich city orientation tour includes Hofbrauhaus and the Marienplatz with its Glockenspiel. Later travel to Lucerne via Vaduz – the capital of the principality of Liechtenstein. Enjoy the surroundings of Vaduz by Tram. Arrive at Lucerne in the evening. Extra Topping : Tea / Coffee at Swarovski Crystal Museum. Overnight stay at the hotel in Switzerland. (B, L & D)

  10. Day 10

    Excursion to Mt Titlis and Lucerne

    Full day excursion to Mount Titlis with Ice Flyer, the famous cable cars to reach the top of Mount Titlis, and the fantastic Lucerne City tour. At 10,000 feet above the sea level, Mount Titlis is the highest peak in Central Switzerland, affording a view which is unmatched by any other peak nearby! We reach the peak by changing three cable cars (ice flyers), with breathtaking views of the majestic Swiss Alps sweeping past us. Once we get to the top, we will get some free time to relax, take in our beautiful surroundings, play with the snow, or relax at the café or visit the Ice Cave. After spending a few hours in this magical area, in the afternoon, we will proceed to the picturesque Lucerne. We will get to know the city intimately with a city tour, which would take us to the Kapellbruck Bridge and the famous Lion monument. We will get some time here to shop for some famous Swiss memorabilia like Swiss chocolates, Swiss army knives and Swiss watches. Overnight stay at the hotel in Switzerland. (B, L & D)

  11. Day 11

    Excursion to Mt Jungfraujoch with Tour of Interlaken City

    In the beauty of the Alps, and visit Jungfraujoch and the Interlaken. We will drive through the exquisitely picturesque views to Grund/Lauterbrunnen, from where we will board a train to take us to Jungfraujoch. The train ride in itself is uniquely pleasing, as it takes us from twists and turns and tunnels and mountain passes in the great Alps, to the Jungfraujoch station, the highest altitude station in all of Europe at 11,333 feet. Get enchanted with the magic of the Alps at the Sphinx Terrace, see the stunning views from Jungfrau Peak, and watch the remarkable Aletsch Glacier. We will also visit the spectacular Ice Palace, where we can see incredible ice sculptures, while incased in ice ourselves! The whole experience of ice and snow on the plateau is unforgettable and quite surreal. We can send postcards to our friends and family from here, the highest altitude post office in all of Europe. You can enjoy a brilliant lunch at an Indian restaurant in Jungfraujoch. We will return via the Interlaken City. Overnight stay at the hotel in Switzerland. (Breakfast Lunch Dinner)

  12. Day 12

    Lucerne – Zurich – Rhine Falls – Titisee – Mannheim

    We proceed to Mannheim. En-route visit Rhine Falls at Schaffhausen (Neuhausen) enjoy Boat ride to the rock for a spectacular view of the falls. Pass by Zurich Lake and travel through the Black forest region – an evergreen magical land full of cultural traditions and home to cuckoo clocks, striking half-timber houses, ruined castles and quaint towns. Visit Cuckoo clock factory at Drubba, Titisee. Arrive at Mannheim in the evening. Overnight stay at the hotel in Germany. (B, L & D)

  13. Day 13

    Mannheim – Cologne – Rotterdam

    Today proceed to Rotterdam, the second largest city in the Netherlands and also the world's largest port. Be amazed at the German countryside scenery as your drive to Rotterdam. En-route make a photo-stop at Cologne Cathedral - the largest Gothic church and an iconic symbol of the city as it bore the brunt of 70 airborne bombs during the World War II and yet remained intact towering over the city. Overnight in Rotterdam.Overnight stay at the hotel in Rotterdam. (B, L & D)

  14. Day 14

    Rotterdam – Amsterdam – Brussels

    Today proceed to Madurodam – Holland in miniature. Feel like a giant amidst models of palaces, canals, windmills, harbors, airports and other Holland attractions replicated in minute detail. Next visit Keukenhof (from 22nd March to 13th May) – the largest spring garden in the world. You will be spellbound at the sight of beautiful displays of over seven million Tulips, Daffodils and other flowers, spread over 80 acres of stunning landscape and thematic gardens. Then enjoy a canal cruise, which is the best way to get a good impression of how Amsterdam was built and how much still remains from the Golden Age. Later visit a cheese farm to reveal all details about making cheese. Thereafter we visit the Clog factory where you will see the process of making wooden shoes. Make a photo-stop at the iconic Windmills and proceed to Brussels. Overnight stay at the hotel in Brussels. (B, L & D)

  15. Day 15

    Brussels – Paris

    Today discover the landmarks and impressive monuments of Brussels on a walking orientation tour. Grand Place - Marvel at the medieval majesty of the Market square, gaze at the remarkable facade of the Town hall, Guild houses, Serclaes Monument and the famous Manneken Pis Statue and photostop at Atomium. Next proceed to Paris, the most glittering city of Europe. Upon arrival visit the Paris's most famous and awaited attraction of your trip, The Eiffel Tower. Take the elevator and access the top level of Eiffel Tower from where you can get fantastic views of Paris city. Enjoy Seine river cruise. Overnight stay at the hotel in Paris. (B, L & D)

  16. Day 16


    Visit Versailles, a palace commissioned by Louis XIV around Louis XIII's hunting lodge. Our visit commences as we see the ornate State Apartments, highlighted by the magnificent Hall of Mirrors. View the Gardens and fountains at Versailles. Later visit the Louvre Museum to see the original painting of Monalisa. Tonight immerse yourself in performance extravaganza at 'Le Lido'. The magnificent costumes are decorated with beautiful feathers and sparkle with a thousand lights. The exceptional machinery used in this show gives life to the breathtaking sets, an entire city is transformed before your eyes. Overnight stay at the hotel in Paris. (B, L & D)

  17. Day 17

    Paris – London

    Today begin Paris city orientation tour to see the most famous landmarks. Travel past the Champs Elysses, Arc de Triomphe and Place de la Concorde. Next board the highly acclaimed Eurostar to cross the English channel from Paris to London. Upon arrival in the Queen's land, experience one of London's must see attractions. Admire panoramic views over the Thames River, Big Ben and other landmarks on this 30 minute flight – The London Eye Ride. Overnight stay at the hotel in London. (B, L & D)

  18. Day 18


    Today visit the Tower of London, where we will see the 'Kohinoor Diamond'. You can also photograph yourself with the 'Yeomen Warders', the ceremonial guardians of the Tower of London. Next visit the famous Madame Tussaud's wax museum. This museum houses a unique collection of world's largest waxworks of famous personalities, including India's top leaders and film stars. Then we proceed to see the highlights of the city like 'Changing of Guards' (subject to operation) at Buckingham Palace , Hyde Park, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Piccadilly Circus, River Thames, Houses of Parliament, Trafalgar Square, Tower Bridge. Overnight stay at the hotel in London. (B, L & D)

  19. Day 19

    Windsor – Oxford – Departure from London

    Today set out to see England's architectural treasures on a day trip to Windsor Castle and Oxford (subject to operation). First stop at the Windsor Castle – the weekend home of the Royal family. Step inside to see the opulent chambers. Next continue your journey to Oxford, a beautiful city home to Britain's oldest and most prestigious university followed by a visit the University of Oxford. We will check out from the hotel and drive to the airport for our flight to return home. It is time to say goodbye to the beautiful, exciting Europe and the friends we have made, and go back home with the indelible memories we have created.


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