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Today morning you connect with your coach and set off towards Dover to cut across to Calais or Dunkerque. You will be needing to keep your passports along to cross the UK and French immigration, and security. It will take approximately 90 minutes to cover the distance and 40 minutes if you go by the Euro tunnel train.
After reaching mainland Europe, we make our way toward Germany. On the way to Germany, we will be passing through France, Belgium, and most probably Luxemburg. Lunch will be taken after stopping at the service station. Shops at the lunch halt will only serve continental food, prepare yourselves to alter your preferences accordingly as there will be no fast-food services available in this particular location.
We have quite a lot of distance to travel today in order to get to the hotel, so make sure you have your necessities and entertainment equipment with you.
We anticipate getting to our hotel in the late evening to conclude the first day of our European vacation. We devour a delicious Indian dinner before resting for the evening and getting ready for departure the next morning.
We stack our luggage on the coach after breakfast. Given that our combination tours will combine this morning, you might have to switch coaches, seats, and tour guides. New acquaintances join you on your journey.
The next stop is Heidelberg, a village in southwest Germany that sits on the River Necker's bed. Our quick tour of the small town includes a stop at the Old Bridge, which provides picturesque views of Heidelberg Castle situated on a hill, as well as the Old Church in the main town. Before boarding the coach and continuing on to the Black Forest, our brief visit to Heidelberg comes to an end with a quick picture stop at the Old Town Square.
We keep traveling through South East Germany. As we pass through the Black Forest, soak in the views of the tree-lined mountains and the deep valleys that we cross. The biggest natural lake in the Black Forest, Titisee, is located in the small town of Titisee-Neustadt in the heart of the forest. It is surrounded by dark fir trees, tall hills, breathtaking cliffs, and gentle valleys. (over 1 mile). Enjoy some leisure time here to stroll the charming streets, unwind by the lake, or shop for locally made cuckoo clocks and a wide range of mementos. We have our Indian lunch after your shopping excursion, and then we continue on to Switzerland.
Our route continues south of Germany, where we arrive in Schaffhausen, a Rhine-side community in northeastern Switzerland, just across the border of Germany. Why not spend some time upon arrival admiring Europe's biggest open plain waterfalls, the Rhine Falls, the main draw for tourists? You have the option of taking a quick journey to the falls' center on the erosion-resistant rock or simply passing the time by taking in the scenery from the Rhine River's banks with the Wörth Castle in the background.
You have the chance to take a free walk in Zurich today. Spend the hour of free time your tour guide offers you in the city's center exploring Zurich on foot. A few of the city's top attractions include the Fraumünster Church, famed for its breathtaking Chagall stained-glass windows. Admire the stunning Zurich Lake or the Grossmunster Evangelical Protestant Church in the city's historic old town. You have some free time to look around and take a few pictures of the Zurich city center.
We proceed from the Rhine Falls to Central Switzerland. Before settling in for our three nights at the hotel, we enjoy our Indian dinner either at the restaurant or the hotel.
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Today, after an early breakfast, we board the bus and journey to Lauterbrunnen and Interlaken on the third day of our European vacation. We will either tackle Interlaken or Mt. Jungfrau first, depending on the rail schedule.
We proceed in the direction of Lauterbrunnen Valley, the steepest U-shaped valley in the world, with 1000-meter-high sheer sides. We enjoy an incredible cogwheel train ride to the top of Mount Jungfrau, which is 3454 meters above sea level. In your free time at the summit, tour the Ice Palace to see life-size ice sculptures carved from the Glacier and stop by the Sphinx observation tower for breathtaking views of the Aletsch glacier and nearby peak. It is been said that on a clear day, you can see as far as Italy. Spend the remainder of your time shopping for chocolates and souvenirs before we assemble at the summit for our Indian lunch with breathtaking views.
Spend some time today in Interlaken as well, a tiny settlement tucked away between Lake Brienz and Lake Thun. The Höheweg, Interlaken's major thoroughfare, connects the Interlaken West and Interlaken Ost train stations. While there, you can browse the high street for gifts or just take in the stunning Bernese Alp views. Why not take a stroll around the Kursaal Garden and admire the 350 kg monument of the late Indian movie director Yash Chopra?
Additionally, you have the option of visiting "The Trummelbach Waterfalls" today. This extraordinary sight in the Lauterbrunnen Valley is made up of a number of glacier-fed waterfalls hidden inside a mountain. The magnificent falls are illuminated and reachable through a unique tunnel. Up to 20,000 liters of water per second flow over the falls. There are underground galleries, tunnels, pathways, and platforms that lead to the Trümmelbach Falls. If you have any questions about this optional—which is a pay-for-service—please talk to your tour representative.
We return to our hotel for Indian dinner after a full day spent in Lauterbrunnen and Interlaken. Get a good night's sleep after a day filled with memories so that tomorrow can become loaded with more adventure.
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Today after breakfast, we climb 10,000 feet to the peak of Mount Titlis. Before boarding the Titlis Rotair, the first rotating cable car in the world, we take a smaller cable car or funicular, depending on the season of the year. As we climb to the summit of Mount Titlis, the Rotair completes one full rotation, providing you with a 360-degree view of the Uri Alps. Once we get to the top, you will have plenty of time to enjoy the view, take pictures in traditional Swiss attire, shop for trinkets, and walk the highest Cliff Walk, which is a suspended pedestrian bridge along the cliff of Mount Titlis at 3,000 meters above sea level. It is considered to be Europe's highest-elevation suspension bridge (subject to operation). In addition to taking in the breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding Swiss landscapes, spend the morning exploring the ice caves and having snowball fights.
The optional Ice Flyer is another attraction on Mount Titlis (subject to operation). The Ice Flyer chairlift carries you through clean, virgin snowfields and ice depths with ease and comfort. Some of the crevasses stretch to twenty meters deep. You can only expect to witness a glacier like this on Mount Titlis and don't forget to smile since you can grab the ideal keepsake of your photo at the photo studio shop.
After all the morning events, we travel down in the early afternoon for our well-earned Indian lunch. After regaining some energy post lunch, we board our coach and travel from Engelberg to the charming city of Luzern. (Lucerne).
Spend some time in Lucerne enjoying Lake Luzern, the country's fourth-largest lake, with Mt. Pilatus, Mt. Rigi, and the Swiss Alps in the distance. You can also have a lovely stroll around the Old Town and shop till you drop into the charming cobbled alleyways filled with top high-street fashion brands. The Chapel Bridge, also known as Kapellbr cke, is a remarkable 204-meter-long wooden covered bridge that was first constructed in 1333 and is recognized as the oldest covered bridge in Europe. Later, we proceed to the Lion Monument, also known as the Lion of Lucerne, a rock relief created by Bertel Thorvaldsen. When the French Revolutionary Army assaulted Paris' Tuileries Palace in 1792, the Swiss Guards gave their lives in defense of the city. This monument commemorates their sacrifice. Often referred to as "the most mournful and moving piece of stone in the world," the carving has received praise.
After another exciting day, we board the coach once more and travel to our hotel and have Indian dinner. It is time to pack our suitcases yet again in preparation for our departure tomorrow morning when we travel to Austria and Liechtenstein.
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After breakfast, we put our luggage onto the coach and travel east of Switzerland towards Liechtenstein, one of the tiniest nations in Europe. In Vaduz, the nation of Liechtenstein's capital, we will stop briefly. The Vaduz Castle, or "Schloss Vaduz," is visible here. The castle is perched high above Vaduz on the hills.
As we continue our Europe travel in the direction of Austria, we pause for a quick lunch. Today's lunch is brief and will be a normal continental meal while we go over the Austrian highways.
We arrive in the Alps city of Innsbruck in the late afternoon. Take a quick orientation tour of the Goldenes Dachl, an iconic monument in the Old Town that is thought to be the city's prominent symbol and is covered in 2657 glittering tiles.
In Wattens, Austria, a museum called Swarovski Crystal Worlds will also be on our itinerary. To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Austria-based crystal manufacturer Swarovski, the museum was constructed in 1995. The museum has a park surrounding the building and a cafe. Visit Swarovski Crystal Worlds to see the Chambers of Wonder, where regional and international artists, designers, and architects have interpreted crystal in distinctive ways. Why not simply get some Swarovski later on for you or your loved ones?
Back on the coach, we travel to the hotel and restaurant. Enjoy a nice continental dinner this evening before we turn in for the fifth night of our European vacation.
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After a leisurely breakfast, we check out and head for Italy. On our trip to the Veneto area of Italy, where Venice is located. we spend the morning passing through Austria's Eastern Alps. We stop at the restaurant for an Indian lunch as we get close to Venice and then continue on our journey.
When we get to the Venice Ports, we get on our Vaporetto (an Italian tiny boat) and head towards the main island, where we dock at San Marco. As we go down the Grand Canal, it becomes immediately evident that Venice's main city is distinctive in and of itself and goes by several names, including "The City of Water," "City of Bridges," "The Floating City," and "City of Canals.". Our next stop is Piazza San Marco, also known as St. Mark's Square, which is home to the impressive Saint Mark's Basilica, the most well-known of the city's churches and one of the best-known examples of Italo-Byzantine architecture, as well as the well-known St. Mark's Campanile (bell tower), which stands 98.5 meters tall and is one of the city's most recognizable symbols. You will have enough time to draw the renowned Bridge of Sighs and the ornate Torre dell'Orologio Clock Tower.
Subsequently, Enjoy a Gondola ride through a handful of the fascinating 118 islands that make up Venice. Admire the architecture that went into creating this lagoon city as you float along the charming canals. Ride on a flat-bottomed Venetian rowing boat that is perfectly suited to the lagoon conditions provides a unique experience for the brief gondola trip.
Later, we return to the coach from the Vaporetto and drive to our hotel and restaurant. Enjoy an Indian buffet this evening before turning in for the night.
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After breakfast today, we check out of the hotel and hop on the bus to head to Florence. Before driving to Rome in the evening, we head southwest towards Florence. We stop at the restaurant in Florence for our Indian lunch before traveling to the City. Since they are unable to stay in the city center, the coach will drop the group off there before leaving.
We meet our local expert guide when we get to the Florence location where we're being dropped off. Viewing the stunning architecture of some of Italy's finest old structures is the first stop on the tour of this Renaissance city and former capital. The tour guide will give you in-depth information about some of Florence's most famous landmarks, such as the Duomo of Florence, the largest brick dome ever built, as well as photo stops at the Basilica of Santa Croce, Michelangelo's final resting place, a replica of the David statue, and the renowned Ponte Vecchio Bridge over the Arno River. Given that many areas of the city are pedestrianized and only accessible on foot, the tour of Florence will be a walking tour.
After that, we meet up with our coach and head out of Florence towards the Arno River. The Piazzale Michelangelo is where we stop just before we enter the highway for the best views of Florence. You can see the entire city and beyond from here. Here, we make a brief photo stop before boarding the coach and traveling to Rome.
When we get to Rome in the evening, we head to a hotel or restaurant for dinner and a place to sleep.
Today's optional tour of Rome by night is at the discretion of the tour guide. The tour is carried out on coach and includes some of Rome's most stunning landmarks that can be viewed at night from the luxury of the carriage and on foot. You can take beautiful pictures in the dimly lit Piazza Venezia, St. Angelo's, St. Peter's church, and Colosseum, the greatest amphitheater ever constructed during the Roman Empire. The tour will take about 90 minutes deep into the evening to end the seventh day of our European vacation.
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We check out of the hotel this morning and drive to the city center of Rome. We will be spending some time there before heading to the Montecatini near Pisa.
While in Rome, an expert local guide will also be waiting for you. The tour guide will walk you through the major attractions in Rome and envelop you in its fascinating history. The tour will include a quick photo stop at the Colosseum, also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre and unquestionably one of Rome's most iconic sights. The stop is bordered by other sights like the Constantine Arch. You will also view the Roman Forums, the birthplace of an ancient civilization. It should be mentioned that you should dress appropriately for a place of worship, as this is a requirement for admittance. Later, you will visit the Vatican City, the residence of the Pope and the Roman Catholic Church, to see St. Peter's Basilica. The Trevi Fountains, possibly the most stunning fountains in all of Rome, will be our next stop. Here, we will enjoy some gelato. Due to the fact that the Trevi Fountain and the Roman Forums can only be reached on foot, many activities in Rome will be done on foot.
We depart in the afternoon in direction of Montecatini, a town in Tuscany, where we will spend the night. We move in the direction of the local restaurant and hotel. Enjoy an Indian buffet this evening before we check in for the night.
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After breakfast, we board the coach with our luggage and depart the Montecatini region for the short journey to Pisa, which is well known for its famous Leaning Tower.
The Leaning Tower of Pisa, a magnificent structure that has been tilting since its completion in 1372, can be seen from the Piazza dei Miracoli, where we disembark the coach and proceed to the Piazza dei Miracoli. The 56-meter white marble cylinder is the bell tower of the Romanesque, striped-marble cathedral that rises next to the tower. The Baptistry, an ecclesiastical edifice built between 1152 and 1363, is another structure in the piazza.
We then take a short stroll to our restaurant for our Indian meal before boarding our coach outside of Pisa. Move on to Switzerland and the city of Geneva after we get back to the coach in the early afternoon.
Once we get to Geneva in the evening, we pause for a few snapshots. We travel to the "Jardin Anglais," also referred to as the English Gardens. Here, we pause to take pictures of the National Monument, which depicts Lady Geneva and Lady Helvetica; the Flower Clock, a famous outdoor flower clock created in 1955, with its colorful blooms that change with the seasons; and, lastly, the Jet d'Eau (subject to operation), a fountain that pumps water 140 meters high at a rate of half a cubic meter per second.
We then proceed to the United Nations of Geneva (UNOG), the second-largest of the four major United Nations office locations, for our second photo stop. The Palais des Nations structure, which was constructed for the League of Nations between 1929 and 1938, serves as home to the UNOG. Take a stunning photo that includes the flags of every nation that is a member of the UN.
After that, we head back to the eatery and hotel to end our brief stay in Geneva. We eat our buffet dinner of Indian cuisine before settling for the night.
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After breakfast today, we will check out of the hotel and go towards Paris to start another day of our European vacation. You will not get to Paris until late in the afternoon, and we will stop for lunch en route. There won't be any fast food businesses inside the premises, and the lunch stop will exclusively serve continental cuisine.
When we arrive in Paris, the "City of Lights," we travel to the well-known and recognizable Eiffel Tower. You will ascend to the top of the Eiffel Tower on your adventure. Expect long security lines and ticket lines, because the Eiffel Tower is the most visited paid monument in the world and reservations are not usually possible. You will also receive tickets for the highest floor feasibly; however, in the event that the top floor ticket is sold out or unavailable, you will be compensated for the lower-priced tickets at the end of your tour. There will not be any advance notice on the change of monument in cases where we conduct Montparnasse Tower instead of the Eiffel Tower if it is closed due to holidays, Bastille Day parades, etc., or is otherwise not operable.
We will then proceed to the restaurant for our group buffet meals in the evening. On the designated time for admittance, enjoy your Indian food before settling back in your bus seats for a nighttime tour of Paris.
Following that, we start the 90-minute Paris Illumination Tour, which shows you the city's top attractions after dark. You WIll get to ride in the comfort of your coach as you pass by the Louvre, the Arc de Triomphe, the Concorde, and the Invalides while being drawn to them by the city's magnificent street lights and monuments. See the Eiffel Tower dazzle every hour, immersing you in Paris for five minutes, and you WIll realize why it Is called the "City of Lights."
After that, we go late at night to the hotel where we would spend the next two nights. Sleep well tonight, since tomorrow will bring you even more wonders.
We board the coach or our transfer vehicles after your continental breakfast and travel to the renowned Disneyland Resort Paris. You will be taken to "the happiest place on earth" either by the transfer cars or coaches.
Your tickets given to you today will entitle you to enter any one of the two theme parks that are present at Disneyland Resort Paris.
You can pick Disneyland Park, which features five themed lands rich in fairy tales and timeless Disney tales. It pays tribute to Disney characters generating fairy tales for everyone and spans 140 acres. The park is the location of the well-known "Le Château de la Belle au Bois Dormant," a true replica of the fairy tale castle from the Disney animated feature Sleeping Beauty from 1959.
The Walt Disney Studios Park is an alternative; it is devoted to show-business and is styled on movies, production, and behind-the-scenes. You can see movie and cinema sets come to life at the sensational behind-the-scenes location. Regardless of the park you select, we assure you a day full of magic that only Disney can provide.
We leave the park in the early evening. so if you want to stay and watch the night parade and closing ceremony, you will need to go after dinner and the 'Paris night tour' (if you didn't do it on day 10). In that case, you will need to take the taxis or trains the park has to offer to get back to the hotel.
In the early evening, as we depart from the park, we will head to the restaurant for an Indian meal. Enjoy your dinner at the designated time of admission before we return to the hotel to prepare to check out the following day.
After breakfast this morning, depending on your eventual drop-off location, we check out of the hotel and pack the luggage on the final day of our European vacation package.
After returning to Paris's center, we board one of the renowned "Bateaux" cruises to explore the city's stunning architecture. During our hour-long cruise along the Seine, we pass by the Grand Palais, Petite Palais, Pont Alexandre III Bridge, National Assembly, Invalides, and, of course, the magnificent Eiffel Tower. You can opt to either inside or outside the glass-enclosed boat to take in the scenery while listening to the commentary.
You likely visited other attractions while touring Paris over the previous two days, such as the Vendome, where the Ritz Hotel is located, Concorde Square, which gained fame during the French Revolution, and Avenue des Champs lys es, the city's longest tree-lined thoroughfare.
Then, after stopping at an Indian restaurant for our final lunch together, we leave Paris and head towards Calais. After lunch, we resume traveling toward London.
We bid farewell to friends we have made along the way as we drop off those departing on the route while traveling back.
Once at Calais, depending on the crossing timetable for the tour that day, we return across into Dover or Folkestone. We continue on our way to Wembley and drop off people at the appropriate locations.
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