Tour code: 13021
Explore Paris, London, Amsterdam, Berlin, Prague, Munich, Zurich, Milan, Rome, Madrid, Barcelona and more!
- 22 days
- 9 countries
- 23 meals
- On-trip transport
- Meals: 21 Breakfast, 1 Traditional Afternoon Tea & 1 Lunch
- Arrival Transfer
- Air-conditioned coach transportation with WIFI for most countries
- English Speaking Tour Leader
- Guided sightseeing city tours - Paris, London, Amsterdam, Berlin, Prague, Rome, Madrid & Barcelona
- Evening Transfer: Montmartre District, Quartier Latin (Paris), Soho District, Camden Area (London), Red light District (Amsterdam), Old Town Square (Prague), Via Cavour (Rome), Debod Temple, Plaza de Espana and Gran Via, Plaza de Oriente (Madrid), Ramblas and Plaza de Cataluna (Barcelona)
- Boat Trip: Boat cruise along the River Seine (Paris), Boat Cruise along Moldava River (Prague)
- Ferry: France to UK, UK to Netherlands
- Train: Innsbruck to Zurich, Piazza dei Miracoli (Pisa), Montserrat
- Flight: Rome to Madrid (Economy Class / Transfers included)
- Admission: Funicular in Montmartre, 2nd Floor Eiffel Tower (Paris), Bunker (Eperlecques)
- Admission: Diamond Cutting Workshop (Amsterdam)
- Admission: Holocaust Memorial, Berlin Wall Museum (Berlin), BMW Welt (Munich)
- Admission: Prague Castle (Prague)
- Admission: Swarovski Crystal Museum (Innsbruck)
- Admission: Funicular to Grindelwald First (Grindelwald)
- Admission: Roman Coliseum (Rome)
- Admission: Plaza de Toros de las Ventas (Madrid), Monastery (Poblet), Poble Espanyol (Barcelona)
- Optional Gratuities
- Moulin Rouge Show (Saturday)
- Louvre Museum (Sunday)
- Tuscan Dinner (Tuesday)
- Historical City Tour (Tuesday)
- Tyrolean Folk Show (Wednesday)
- Postdam and Sansucci (Sunday)
- Dinner at Magiar Budapest (Sunday)
- Flamenco Show with Dinner (Wednesday)
- Vatican Museums (Monday)
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Day 1: Paris (SAT)
Welcome to Paris! Upon arrival, a transfer will be provided. Your driver will be waiting for you at arrival hall to take you to your hotel and give an overview of the tour. (Normal Check in Time is 3:00pm)
In the evening, we provide transfer to the Montmartre district. This neighbourhood is known for its painters, artists, and its cabarets show. You will have the chance to try out some typical French dinner (own expense) before ascending by funicular from the bottom of the hill up to the Sacré Cœur in Montmartre for the spectacular view of Paris.
Day 2: Paris (SUN)
After breakfast, you will be taking a guided orientation tour to discover the history and monuments of Paris. Ascend to the second level of the Eiffel Tower (Ticket included) for a breathtaking view of the city and follow by a boat cruise (Boat ticket included) along the River Seine. Spend the rest of the day exploring the sights that interest you. In the evening, a transfer will be provided to “Quartier Latin”, the great dining atmosphere where a wider variety of international cuisines.
Paris - Amiens (MON), 155km
Day 3: Paris - Amiens (MON), 155km
After breakfast, you will be transferred to the heart of Paris near the area of the Louvre Museum. Free time as you wish. If you wish we can accompany you to Benlux, one of the most famous Duty Free Shop with luxury items, fashion accessories, perfumes, cosmetics and skincare in Paris. Alternative, you can enjoy free time to explore on your own to the second largest Museum in the world - The Louvre or other attractions. At around 5.30pm we leave Paris for Amiens, a city in northern France, divided by the Somme River and known for the largest Gothic Cathedral with the highest nave and beautiful historic centre.
Amiens - Eperlecques - Canterbury - London (TUE), 355km
Day 4: Amiens - Eperlecques - Canterbury - London (TUE), 355km
After breakfast, you will set off to Eperlecques in Northern France where you will visit a huge bunker in the middle of the forest (Admission Included) where V1 and V2 missiles were fired into UK.
Next we leave on a ferry crossing the the English Channel to reach Canterbury, the religious capital of England where it was a pilgrimage site in the Middle Ages. The medieval centre with cobbled streets is surrounded by ancient walls that were originally built by the Romans.
Continuation to London and in the evening you will be transferred to the lively Soho district where you can choose your own preferred restaurant.
Day 5: London (WED)
After breakfast, get to know London on a locally guided tour featuring style, culture and history.
See the Houses of Parliament, the River Thames, the Tower of London and Buckingham Palace, where you will be able to watch the famous "Changing of the Guard" (depending on the season).
Shortly afterwards, you will visit the British Museum, which is one of the main and oldest museums in the world, where you can see relics from cultures all around the globe. If you wish, later on, you can go on an optional excursion to the “London Eye” ferries wheel.
In the afternoon, at 5pm, after a period of free time, we invite all our travellers to a traditional English Afternoon Tea. Afterwards, we provide transfer to Camden, a district famous for having one of the most varied and extravagant street markets in London where you can enjoy a choice of different restaurants for dinner.
London - Colchester - Ferry (THU), 170km
Day 6: London - Colchester - Ferry (THU), 170km
After breakfast you head to Bond Street the famous London Street of the Mayfair district revered throughout the world for its lines of elegant shops, exclusive brands, design fashion, luxury items, exquisite jewels, art and antiques.
Free time to explore the area.
At around 4pm you will leave for Colchester known as Britain's oldest recorded town. Free time so why not head to Colchester's Roman Wall which is the oldest and longest surviving town wall in Britain.
We will then board a modern ferry in Harwich and take a night voyage in cabins with bathroom.
Important note: The ferry used has a limited number of cabins. Sometimes we may need to change instead leaving London at 3pm and taking the railway tunnel under the English Channel and spending the night in Antwerp (Netherlands).
Volendam - Amsterdam (FRI), 130km
Day 7: Volendam - Amsterdam (FRI), 130km
At around 8am in the morning we reach Holland and we visit Volendam a town northeast of Amsterdam. Volendam is known for its colourful wooden houses and the old fishing boats in its harbour.
After this you will travel to Amsterdam where we include a panoramic visit to the city to see its narrow canals, the Dam Platz, its official buildings and parks. Here you will also see the technique of cutting diamond (admission included).
Transfers to the red light district with its liberal values and its many restaurants from all corners of the world. It is very likely that you will have heard about this neighbourhood.
Amsterdam - Hamelin - Berlin (SAT), 685km
Day 8: Amsterdam - Hamelin - Berlin (SAT), 685km
After breakfast we leave Amsterdam for Germany. En route we stop at Hamelin where many shops and streets remind us of the town's legend: The Pied Piper of Hamelin written by The Brothers Grimm.
You will continue towards Berlin and should arrive by the end of the afternoon and will have time to explore the Jewish quarter, an area that is full of life and which has many restaurants to choose your favourite food for dinner.
Day 9: Berlin (SUN)
fter breakfast ease your way into the local culture with a guided tour of Germany's incredible capital city Berlin. Here you will get to visit the historic centre, the "Museum Island" ensemble by five world-renowned museums, the Reichstag, the Brandenburg Gates and the city's magnificent parks.
You will continue your tour by stopping at the Holocaust Memorial and the Berlin Wall Museum (admission included). This visit helps us to understand the difficult situation the city experienced during the 20th Century.
Time to further explore the city then enjoy the evening in the lively area of Kantstrasse where there's an abundant of food to choose from.
Berlin - Dresden - Prague (MON), 360km
Day 10: Berlin - Dresden - Prague (MON), 360km
After breakfast you will journey through the forest towards Dresden, a city which due to its exceptional architectural and artistic heritage has become one of the main tourist destinations in Germany. Although most of the city was destroyed during the war restoration took place including the famous Katholische Hofkirche, the Zwinger, Semper Oper and the more prominent Frauenkirche.
You then depart for Prague (Czech Republic) where you will arrive at the end of the afternoon and will be transferred to the Old Town Square. This central location is full of energy and touristic activities where you can acquaint yourselves with Prague. Make sure you have your cameras out to capture the elegant tower of the Town Hall with the world famous astronomical clock.
Day 11: Prague (TUE)
After enjoying breakfast at the hotel you will be visiting the capital city, which is the Baroque jewel of Europe. Here you will meet a local expert who will provide a guided city tour which will start from the Prague Castle (admission included). As the Castle is on top of the hill you will walk by St Nicholas Church, Charles Bridge, St Vitus Cathedral and the Astronomical clock to the old town whilst being explained the fine history of these important monuments. The city tour takes about 3 hours and is a great one if you love walking. Later we board the romantic sightseeing cruise along the Moldava River (boat tour included). The afternoon and evening is yours to explore the city’s many attractions and have opportunity to try out some local cuisine (own expense). Transfer back to the hotel around 8.30pm – 9.30pm.
Prague - Munich - Innsbruck (WED), 540km
Day 12: Prague - Munich - Innsbruck (WED), 540km
Enjoy an early Breakfast at the hotel and we will leave early to travel to Bavaria arriving at Munich (Germany) at midday. Upon arrival in Munich, kick off with an unique BMW world of experience. Visit the futuristic BMW Welt (admission included) with its fascinating visionary architecture and multi-use exhibition of BMW, the prestigious German vehicles brand. After lunch (own expense) we will travel to Innsbruck (Austria) where we will have time for dinner (own expense) in the world-famous Golden Roof area at the Old Town.
Innsbruck – Zurich (THU), 330km
Day 13: Innsbruck – Zurich (THU), 330km
After breakfast this morning you will begin your day discovering the Swarovski Crystal Museum (admission included) visiting its impressive gardens and learning how the pieces of crystals are produced. You will have some free time for souvenir shopping before embarking on a wonderful scenic train journey (approx. 3 hours 30 mins) from Innsbruck to Zurich (Switzerland). Upon arrival, enjoy some leisure time in the historic town centre next to the lake where you can dine at your favorite restaurant (own expense) before heading back to hotel.
Zurich - Interlaken – Grindelwald – Lucerne – Zurich (FRI), 280km
Day 14: Zurich - Interlaken – Grindelwald – Lucerne – Zurich (FRI), 280km
Start the day to a hot breakfast whereby today’s stage has beautiful landscapes with high mountains and lakes. On a clear day you may be able to see Jungfrau from the city centre. Take a stroll along Interlaken and follow to Grindelwald, also known as “Glacier Village”. Enjoy a quick coffee break before taking an unforgettable cable car ride (ticket included) to the Grindelwald First and walk half an hour along the “footbridge over the empty” whilst absorbing the fantastic scenery of glaciers around us. We will have lunch (included) before continuing to Lucerne, one of the most beautiful cities in Switzerland. After that we return to Zurich and you will have time to explore your dining option at the city center (own expense).
Zurich - Bern - Meiringen - Furkapass - Milan (SAT), 465km
Day 15: Zurich - Bern - Meiringen - Furkapass - Milan (SAT), 465km
Amongst hills we travel to BERN, the capital of the confederation and time for a stroll. After this, we will cross the Alps on a stage of great scenic interest. We will follow beautiful lakes to MERINGEN, where the novelist wished Sherlock Holmes to die. In Meringen we will stop and have lunch. We then cross one of the most spectacular mountain passes in Switzerland, the Furkapass, with eternal snows and glaciers. We will stop at the ICE CAVE and at the viewpoint over the Rhone Glacier (until early June and after the beginning of October, the mountain pass may be closed due to snow. In this case the alternative visit will be to the AARESCHLUCHT gorges in Meiringen). Arrival in MILAN at the end of the afternoon. There will be time to dine at the Porta Venecia (Port of Venice) where an outstanding variety of restaurants can be found to delight your palate. From restaurants serving Swiss and Italian food, to French, Chinese and international food. Transfer to hotel.
Milan - Pisa - Rome (SUN), 640km
Day 16: Milan - Pisa - Rome (SUN), 640km
After breakfast, we will visit to see the magnificent Duomo di Milano an exceptionally large and elaborate Gothic cathedral and one of the world's oldest shopping malls the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II on the main square of Milan.
Then we continue towards to PISA. On a little tourist train we will travel to the Piazza Dei Miracoli (Square of Miracles), where there will be time to admire one of the most alluring and beautiful art complexes in Italy, including the well known Leaning Tower of Pisa.
After that, we continue to Rome and arrive in the evening.
Day 17: Rome (MON)
Experience some of the richest history in the world today with a scenic tour of the city, which will be a great introduction to the “The Eternal City”. We will visit the tiny state of the Vatican. The Vatican City is a principal centre of Christianity in the world. You will be able to visit the famous St Peter's Basilica, Sistine Chapel and Vatican Museums (own expense). And we have also included admission to the incredible ruins of the Roman Coliseum (admission included) the principal symbol of Rome. This impressive construction dates back 2000 years and will transport us in time so that we can learn about ancient society in the Roman Empire. In the evening, a transfer service will be provided to Via Cavour area, here you will find restaurants serving different cuisines (own expense).
Rome - Madrid (TUE)
Day 18: Rome - Madrid (TUE)
After breakfast a transfer takes you to the airport for a flight to Madrid around 11am.
Upon arrival in Madrid we shall be waiting to transfer you to your hotel.
In the evening, a transfer will be provided to the Egyptian Depod temple, Plaza de Espana and Gran Via; a vibrant district for you to explore the magical ancient city. You will have the chance to try out some typical Spanish dinner (own expense) before returning to the hotel.
Day 19: Madrid (WED)
Enjoy breakfast at your hotel and then begin your discovery of Madrid with your local specialist which showcases the city’s vibrant centre, the beautiful Plaza Mayor (Main Square), its broad and magnificent avenues and its many fountains. You’ll have a chance to visit the landmark sights that includes the Plaza de Toros de las Ventas (entrance included) and followed by a walking tour of the beautiful Retiro Park enhanced by the lake and Crystal Palace. Enjoy the rest of the afternoon at your leisure. If you wish why not try the optional visit to the Royal Palace (entrance not included). In the evening, we provide transfer to the Plaza de Oriente in the historic centre of Madrid where you will have time for dinner (own expense).
Madrid - Zaragoza - Poblet - Montserrat – Barcelona (THU), 640km
Day 20: Madrid - Zaragoza - Poblet - Montserrat – Barcelona (THU), 640km
We depart early in the morning from Madrid towards Aragón whilst briefly stopping in Zaragoza. We will stop by at the Basílica del Pilar the universal symbol of Zaragoza whilst visiting this impressive sanctuary. Directly afterwards, you will have free time in the city centre to explore the city’s emblematic buildings like the La Lonja Palace or the San Salvador Cathedral. Later, we make our way to Cataluña to the Monastery of Poblet , surrounded by beautiful defensive walls. This is one of the best preserved medieval monasteries in the world (entrance and guided tour included). We then go onto the Monastery of Montserrat where we include a ride on the rack train for the fantastic views all the way to Barcelona. We should arrive at Barcelona in the late afternoon.
Your tour officially ends when you reach Barcelona!
Important note: In the winter months, from November to March (included), due to the shorter days, the Monastery of Poblet will not be visited (so that we can reach Montserrat in the daylight).
Day 21: Barcelona (FRI)
Following breakfast we will get to know Barcelona, an impressive city right on the Mediterranean Sea.
We will meet our local expert for a fantastic sightseeing city tour of the historic central area with its Gothic neighbourhood dating back to the Middle Ages. We will also visit the area where the Olympic Games took place where it will be possible to see and photograph La Sagrada Familia Basilica; the masterpiece designed by the architect Gaudi. Subsequently, we include the entry ticket to “Poble Espanyol” (meaning “Spanish Village”). This open air architectural museum is situated in one of the most emblematic areas of Barcelona.
Be delighted by the best Spanish craftsmanship and discover the architectural styles, traditions and folklore of the different communities in Spain. You will have some free time to explore the city on your own.
In the evening, transfer service will be provided to the most vivid street in Barcelona, Las Ramblas and Plaza Catalunya area for dinner (own expense). Enjoy the bustling life of Barcelona before returning back to hotel.
Day 22: Barcelona (SAT)
Your tour ends with breakfast in the morning!
- Location Accommodation Local rating
Novotel Paris Saint Denis or equivalent
Hotel Ibis Amiens Centre Cathedrale or equivalent
Holiday Inn Express London Wimbledon South or or equivalent
Park Plaza Hotel Amsterdam or equivalent
Hotel Holiday Inn Berlin City East or equivalent
Hotel Duo or equivalent
Alpin Park Hotel or equivalent
ibis Zurich Messe or equivalent
IH Hotels Milano Lorenteggio or equivalent
American Palace or equivalent
Hotel Praga or equivalent
AC Hotel By Marriott Som or equivalent
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