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Europe vacation package begins your journey in Germany, where you'll explore the Heidelberg Castle photo stop, Black Forest drive through the scenic region and Lake Titisee free time. Then, venture into Switzerland and be awe-struck by the majestic Mt Jungfrau, Mt Titlis, Rhine Falls, and charming towns like Geneva, Lucerne and Interlaken. Finally, immerse yourself in the amazing ambiance of France, where you'll be enchanted by iconic landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower, River Seine Boat Cruise, Versailles Gardens, French Perfumer, Carrousel du Louvre, Paris Orientation Tour, Paril Illuminations Tour. Experience an unforgettable experience, filled with captivating sights, delicious cuisine, and immersive cultural encounters. Get ready for an extraordinary adventure through the heart of Europe.
The first day of Europe vacation, we meet your coach and travel for Dover for your crossing to Calais or Dunkerque; bring your passports with you as we will pass through UK and French immigration as well as security. The ferry voyage will take approximately 90 minutes; the Euro Tunnel rail crossing will take approximately 40 minutes.
We travel immediately to Germany once we reach mainland Europe. We'll be passing via France, Belgium, and possibly Luxembourg on our way to Germany. We'll stop for lunch at a service station along the way. There will be no fast food restaurants within the services, so be prepared.
We'll be travelling quite a distance today to get to the hotel, so make sure you have your essentials and gadgets for entertainment purposes.
We plan to arrive at our hotel in the evening. We eat a fantastic Indian supper before retiring for the night and getting ready to check out the next morning.
NOTE: Day 1 transfers may be performed by vehicles other than those listed.
After breakfast, we pack our luggage into the coach. Because our combination tours will merge this morning, you may have a change of coach, seats, and tour manager. Your tour continues with fresh faces.
We then travel to Heidelberg, which is located on the banks of the Necker River in southwestern Germany. We then proceed to Heidelberg, which is located in southwestern Germany on the banks of the Necker River. We take a short orientation tour of the little town, stopping to enjoy the views and history of the Old Bridge, which overlooks Heidelberg Castle, which is perched on a hill, and the Old Church in the main town. . Our short visit to Heidelberg ends with a quick photo stop at the Old Town Square before boarding the coach and departing for the Black Forest.
We keep driving into South East Germany. Enjoy the tree-lined alpine views and be astonished by the deep gorges as we drive through the Black Forest. We then arrive in the small town of Titisee-Neustadt in the heart of the Black Forest, where the largest natural lake in the Black Forest, Titisee, rests among black fir trees, steep hills, stunning cliffs, and soft valleys. Spend your leisure time wandering the picturesque alleys, relaxing by the lake, or shopping for locally crafted cuckoo clocks and a wide range of souvenirs. After your shopping , we'll enjoy an Indian lunch before heading to Switzerland.
We continue our journey south of Germany, entering Schaffhausen, a city in north-eastern Switzerland on the Rhine, near the German border. When you arrive, spend some time to observe the main tourist attraction, the Rhine Falls, Europe's largest open-plain waterfalls.
You have time to take a quick travel to the core of the falls on the erosion resistant rock or simply enjoy the beauty from the banks of the Rhine with the Wörth Castle in the background.
Today you can take an optional tour of Zurich. Spend the one-hour free time that your tour representative gives you in the city centre exploring Zurich by foot, with the key sights including - The Fraumünster Church, famed for its spectacular stained-glass windows created by Chagall. The Grossmunster evangelical protestant church in the mediaeval old town, or simply admire Zurich's beautiful lake. You have free time to take a photo of Zurich's city centre.
Our travel from the Rhine Falls to Central Switzerland continues. Before we settle in for our two nights at the hotel, we enjoy an Indian lunch either at the restaurant or at the hotel. The second day of Europe vacation concludes here.
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After an early breakfast, we board the coach for Interlaken and Lauterbrunnen. Depending on the train schedule, we will visit Interlaken or Mt Jungfrau first.
We make our way to Lauterbrunnen Valley, the world's deepest U-shaped valley, with either side rising a steep 1000 metres. We take a breathtaking cogwheel train ride to the top of Mt. Jungfrau at 3454 metres above sea level. At the top, you'll have free time to explore the Ice Palace, which features life-sized ice sculptures carved from the glacier, as well as the Sphinx observation tower, which offers fantastic views of the Aletsch glacier and neighbouring peaks, with views as far as Italy on a clear day.
Then spend the rest of your time shopping for souvenirs and chocolates before we gather at the top for our Indian lunch with beautiful views.
Spend some time today at Interlaken, a little town set between Lake Thun and Lake Brienz.
The Höheweg is Interlaken's main boulevard, running between the Interlaken West and Interlaken Ost Railway Stations. Enjoy your time shopping for gifts or simply admiring the stunning views of the Bernese Alps. Why not stroll through the Kursaal Garden, which features a 350-kilogram monument of the late Yash Chopra, a prominent Indian filmmaker.
You can also take an optional tour of the "Trummelbach Waterfalls" today. This one-of-a-kind spectacle in the Lauterbrunnen Valley consists of several glacier-fed waterfalls nestled inside a mountain. The spectacular falls are floodlit and accessible via a special tunnel. Up to 20,000 litres of water can flow over the falls every second. The Trümmelbach Falls can be reached underground via galleries, tunnels, pathways, and platforms. This is a payable optional, so please contact your tour representative if you have any questions about it.
After a full day in Interlaken and Lauterbrunnen, we return to our hotel for Indian lunch. With a day full of memories, rest up for another exciting day tomorrow.
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Fourth day of Europe vacation starts with a delicious breakfast, after that we will climb 10,000 feet to the peak of Mt. Titlis. We take a modest amount.
Depending on the time of year, we will take the world's first cable car or funicular.
The Titlis Rotair is a spinning cable car. The Rotair completes one full revolution as we approach to the summit of Mt Titlis, providing you with a 360-degree view of the Uri Alps.
You will have plenty of time to take pictures while dressed traditionally in 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 metres above sea level and is reputed to be Europe's highest elevation suspension bridge (subject to operation). Play in the snow and see the ice caves in the morning. The optional Ice Flyer (subject to operation) is also available on Mt Titlis. The Ice Flyer chairlift whisks you through fresh, pristine snowfields and icy depths in comfort and safety. Up to 20 metres of depth can be found in some of the crevasses. Only on Mount Titlis can you anticipate such a stunning glacier experience, and don't forget to smile because the photo studio shop can sell you the ideal souvenir of your photo.
After all the bustle in the morning, we travel down in the early afternoon for a well-deserved Indian meal.
After all of the morning activities, we travel down in the early afternoon for a well-deserved Indian meal. After recharging our batteries after lunch, we board our coach and travel from Engelberg to the lovely city of Luzern (Lucerne). In Lucerne, admire Lake Luzern, Switzerland's fourth largest lake, with Mt Pilatus, Mt Rigi, and the Swiss Alps in the background, or take a lovely walk through the Old Town's cobblestone alleyways. The Chapel Bridge, also known as Kapellbrücke, is a remarkable 204-meter-long wooden covered bridge that was first constructed in 1333 and is recognised as the oldest covered bridge in Europe.
Later, we go to the Lion Monument, also known as the Lion of Lucerne, which is a rock relief designed by Bertel Thorvaldsen. It honours the Swiss Guards, who were slaughtered during the French Revolution in 1792 when revolutionaries attacked the Tuileries Palace in Paris.
Often referred to as "the most mournful and moving piece of stone in the world," the carving has received appreciation.
Returning to our coach, we go towards the city of Geneva.
Once we get in Geneva in the evening, we pause for a few little snapshots. The "Jardin Anglais," often known as the English Gardens, is where we go. Here, we pause to take pictures of the Lady Helvetica and Lady Geneva National Monument, the floral Clock, a famous outdoor floral clock created in 1955 with vivid blossoms that change with the seasons, and lastly the Jet d'Eau (subject to weather) a fountain that pumps 140 metres of water per second, lighted at night, into the air.
We then proceed to the United Nations of Geneva (UNOG), the second-largest of the four major United Nations office locations, for another photo stop. The UNOG is located at the Palais des Nations building, which was built for the League of Nations between 1929 and 1938. Take a stunning photo that includes the flags of every nation that is a member of the UN.
We then return to the restaurant and hotel to conclude our brief visit in Geneva.
We eat our buffet dinner of Indian food before we pack in for the night..
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Today, after breakfast, we check out of the hotel and head in the direction of Paris. You won't get to Paris until late in the afternoon, and we'll stop for lunch the route. There won't be any fast food joints inside the premises, and the lunch break will only provide continental fare.
We travel to the renowned and globally recognised Eiffel Tower after arriving in the "City of Lights"—Paris. You will ascend to the Eiffel Tower's top during your voyage. Being that the Eiffel Tower is the most popular paid tourist attraction in the world, there will probably be lengthy lineups for security and tickets.. You will also be given tickets for the highest floor that is possible; however, if the top floor ticket is unavailable or closed, you will be given a refund for the lower priced tickets when your tour is over. We occasionally conduct Montparnasse Tower,
An advance notice of the change of monument won't be given if the Eiffel Tower is shut down because of a holiday, Bastille Day celebrations, or for any other reason, or if it's otherwise not operating.
After that, we'll proceed to the restaurant for our shared buffet dinner. When it's time for us to enter, enjoy your Indian cuisine, and then get comfortable in your seats for the coach's nighttime tour of Paris.
We then start the 90-minute Paris Night Tour, which shows you the city's most important landmarks while you relax in your coach. See the Louvre, Arc de Triomphe, Concorde, and Invalides as the magnificent street lights and monumental lights draw you towards the wonderful sites and monuments. See
You can definitely appreciate why Paris is known as the "City of Lights" when you see the Eiffel Tower shine every hour for five minutes.
We then go late at night to the hotel where we will stay the following two nights. As more delights await you tomorrow, get a good night's sleep.
We join the coach for our full-day city tour after your continental breakfast. We set out for Versailles, 27 km away, at the beginning of the day.
When you get to Versailles, head to the Garden of Versailles, an outstanding example of 17th-century French gardening that spans more than 800 hectares. Use your free time to browse for souvenirs, snap captivating photos, or just relax and enjoy the Grand Canal and Royal Lawns. Landscape architect André Le Nôtre used the traditional French Garden design to create the gardens. Following our Indian lunch, we travel back to Paris and turn towards the Arts et Métiers neighbourhood.
We then proceed to the Fragonard Perfume Museum where you can buy some unique French scents, soaps, candles, and more after knowing quite history of the Fragonard company and the origins of the many types of smells.
Next, we go to the renowned "Carrousel du Louvre," which is home to the well-known glass pyramid. Here, you may get your own entrance ticket to the museum and see some of the well-known artefacts and sculptures that are held there.
Why not spend the brief time we have here visiting the "Mona Lisa" or the Marley horses, or just enjoying the time by doing some holiday shopping for loved ones.
As we arrive at the restaurant for our reservation time, enjoy your lunch, and then we make our way back to the hotel to prepare to check out the following morning.
After breakfast this morning, depending on your ultimate drop-off location, we check out of the hotel and pack the luggage.
When we return to Paris's centre, we board one of the renowned "Bateaux" cruises to explore the city's stunning architecture as we pass by the Grand Palais, Petite Palais, National Assembly, Invalides, Pont Alexandre III Bridge, and, of course, the majestic Eiffel Tower. You can select go either inside or outside of the glass-enclosed boat to immerse in the beauty while listening to the commentary.
The Vendome, where the Ritz Hotel is located, Concorde Square, that gained popularity during the French Revolution, and Avenue des Champs Élysées, the largest tree-lined thoroughfare in Paris, are just a few of the many landmarks you would have seen while touring the city.
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