VISIT 7COUNTRIES

DURATION 12DAYS

France, Switzerland, Germany Holland, Italy, Belgium & Austria


ITINERARY

Day 01-London - Dover - Paris

Leave London and maybe catch a glimpse of the White Cliffs of Dover as you cross The English Channel. Upon arrival, prepare yourself for a fun filled evening in the cradle of Bohemian Paris, the Montmartre, which includes a viewing of the Sacre Coeur and exploring the nightlife surrounding the Moulin Rouge.
Day 02-Paris City Tour
Paris is one of the few cities where 2000 years of history unfolds before your eyes. See, touch and experience the mark that the French Revolution, Napoleon and WWII left on the city of romance. Our fully guided tour includes the Louvre Museum, famous for the Mona Lisa & The Da Vinci Code movie; historic Paris; sites of the revolution; the Opera House; Place Vendome; the Notre Dame - ending with own lunch in the Latin Quarter. You have the afternoon free to take the scenic boat cruise down the Seine River and arrive in front of the Eiffel Tower before taking the lift all the way to the top. End the day at Napoleon’s Arc du Triomphe and the Champs Elysees.
Day 03-Burgundy Wine Tasting
We start the morning with a visit to the magnificent Palace of Versailles gardens. (Outside visit only) Continue southwards to the Burgundy region in France. Indulge yourself in the wines of this region and explore the wine cellar of a 14th century French Chateaux.
Day 04-Geneva & Swiss Alps
A great day to drink in the sightseeing. Enjoy a relaxing, scenic drive past Lake Geneva with lunchtime in the city. We then continue to the Swiss Alps where we stay in a typical mountain village in the heart of the Jungfrau region.
Day 05-Jungfrau, Swiss Alps
A free day to explore and take in the spectacular scenery. This is also a great day to visit Jungfraujoch where you can have a snow fight, even in the middle of summer, on top of the 4000m high Glacier.
Day 06-Pisa, Tuscany
A day to visit one of the most famous sites in the world, the leaning tower of Pisa! We spend our evening at a Tuscan hillside resort, where the evening meal includes the best Italian cuisine can offer. A great night to “show your moves” at the 70’s styled local disco.
(Overnight Resort Bungalow) (Breakfast, Tuscan Dinner)
Day 07-Florence to Venice
We start the day with a fully guided city tour of Florence before you have the opportunity to shop in, or just visit, the world famous leather markets of Florence. We continue to Venice for an evening tour of the city famous for water, romance and beauty.
Day 08-Venice
A great day to Explore Venice on your own. We recommend a visit to the Island of Murano for a glass-blowing & lace making demonstration. Alternatively you can simply relax and soak up the sun on the sandy beaches at Jesolo or Lido.
Day 09-Dolomites, Austria, Munich
We cross the mighty Italian Dolomite Mountains with its pink and orange cliffs where you can enjoy your own mountain lakeside picnic. Continue into Austria across the spectacular Brenner pass via Innsbruck. Arrive in Munich and enjoy a lazy afternoon at a beer hall before dinner.
Day 10-Rhine Valley
Your Rhine Valley experience awaits: Enjoy a drink as the Rhine River Boat takes you to your hotel overlooking the Rhine River. Sights along the way include the most concentrated stretch of castles in Europe, vineyards, cliffs and medieval German towns. After dinner, we go on a pub-crawl, taste the local German beers and enjoy the real hospitality of the locals and the pub owners.
Day 11-Volendam, Amsterdam
Continue into Holland and visit the famous fishing village of Volendam for lunch before experiencing the art of cheese making. Of course, the artworks are edible and the Dutch won’t let you leave before you realise there is more to cheese than cheddar. We then visit the windmill village of Zaanse Schans, famous for the making of wooden shoes, or “klompe”. After dinner a walking tour of the world famous Amsterdam “Red Light District” , which leaves the night open to paint the town red!
Day 12-Amsterdam to London
After breakfast it’s back to London with a stop for lunch in Belgium.

LONDON TO VENIC
DURATION 9DAYS
Paris, Burgundy, Geneva, Swiss Alps, Pisa, Florence, Venice

ITINERARY
Day 01-London - Dover - Paris
Leave London and maybe catch a glimpse of the White Cliffs of Dover as you cross The English Channel. Upon arrival, prepare yourself for a fun filled evening in the cradle of Bohemian Paris, the Montmartre, which includes a viewing of the Sacre Coeur and exploring the nightlife surrounding the Moulin Rouge.
Day 02-Paris City Tour
Paris is one of the few cities where 2000 years of history unfolds before your eyes. See, touch and experience the mark of the French Revolution, Napoleon and WWII left on the city of romance. Our fully guided tour starts at the Louvre Museum, famous for the Mona Lisa and The Da Vinci Code. Let history unfold before your eyes as we visit historic Paris, including sites of the revolution, the Notre Dame ending it off with lunch in the Latin Quarter. After that relax with a scenic boat cruise down the Seine River and arrive in front of the Eiffel Tower before taking the lift all the way to the top. We end the day at Napoleon’s Arc du Triomphe and the Champs Elysees. (Breakfast).
Day 03-Burgundy Wine Tasting
We start the morning with a visit to the magnificent Palace of Versailles. Continue southwards to the Burgundy region in France. Indulge yourself in the wines of this region and explore the wine cellar of a 14th century French Chateaux. (Breakfast, Dinner)
Day 04-Geneva & Swiss Alps
A great day to drink in the sightseeing. Enjoy a relaxing, scenic drive past Lake Geneva with lunchtime in the city. We then continue to the Swiss Alps where we stay in a typical mountain village in the heart of the Jungfrau region. (Breakfast, Dinner)
Day 05-Jungfrau, Swiss Alps
A free day to explore and take in the spectacular scenery. This is also a great day to visit Jungfraujoch where you can have a snow fight, even in the middle of summer, on top of the 4000m high Glacier. (Breakfast)
Day 06-Pisa, Tuscany
A day to visit one of the most famous sites in the world, the leaning tower of Pisa! We spend our evening at a Tuscan hillside resort, where the evening meal includes the best Italian cuisine can offer. A great night to “show your moves” at the 70’s styled local disco. (Breakfast, Dinner)
Day 07-Florence to Venice
We start the day with a fully guided city tour of Florence before you have the opportunity to shop in, or just visit, the world famous leather markets of Florence. We continue to Venice for an evening tour of the city famous for water, romance and beauty. (Breakfast)
Day 08-Venice
A great day to Explore Venice on your own. We recommend a visit to the Island of Murano for a glass-blowing & lace making demonstration. Alternatively you can simply relax and soak up the sun on the sandy beaches at Jesolo or Lido. (Breakfast)
Day 09-Venice, return home
Time for some last memories in Venice before you return home. Tour ends in Venice. For cheap flights back to London we recommend www.ryanair.com or www.easyjet.com (Breakfast)

EASTER EUROP
VISIT 9 COUNTRIES
DURATION 10DAYS
France, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria, Slovenia, Venice

ITINERARY

Day 01-Venice
Arrive in Venice for a morning local guided tour of the city, famous for water, romance and beauty.
Day 02-Venice
A great day to Explore Venice on your own. We recommend a visit to the Island of Murano for a glass-blowing & lace making demonstration. Alternatively you can simply relax and soak up the sun on the sandy beaches at Jesolo or Lido.)
Day 03-Ljubljana to Vienna
We are driving through Slovenia today and we stop for lunch time in its beautiful capital city. Ljubljana is benevolently protected by the Ljubljana Dragon and once you are here, you will understand why. This city is one of those charming little surprises that doesn't come along very often. Our local guide will let you in on all of Ljubljana’s secrets including the one about the love padlocks on the Butcher bridge. After our city tour we cross into Austria for another capital city, Vienna (with local walking tour included). (Breakfast, Dinner)
Day 04-Bratislava to Prague
Bratislava is in south-western Slovakia on both banks of the Danube River. Forget what you saw on the movie Euro-trip. Bratislava is far from being a backward-town, it is in fact a buzzing city. Bratislava is known for building VW cars and historically the manufacture of furniture, and musical instruments. If you listen closely, this capital city of Slovakia has many interesting tales to tell. After our stop we continue to our next Eastern European adventure in Prague (local walking tour included).
Day 05-Prague Free Day
Free day to explore this amazing city in the Czech Republic. Prague has been described as the “Jewel in the Crown “of central Europe and now that you have some free time, why not find out why. It is situated on the Vltava River with one of its most spectacular sights being Charles‘ bridge. This spectacular bridge joins the “old town’ and the ‘new town’. Prague’s dramatic history is reflected in the beauty of the architecture such as churches, opera houses and concert halls and a mention has to be made of Prague’s Castle. If you need another reason to visit the Czech Republic then maybe it will be worth remembering that it is the home of the “green fairy”… That’s right, the Czech Republic is were Absinthe has its origins.
Day 06-Munich
Arrive in Munich and enjoy a fun afternoon at one of the famous beer halls. Munich has a lot to offer its visitors, but the first thing you think of when you hear the word “Munich” is obviously beer. Munich is home to Oktoberfest where 5 million people get together to enjoy a mutual love for the fine art of drinking beer. While we’re here, we may as well see what the fuss is about.Feel free to take our tour guide up on a stein challenge.
Day 07-Rhine Valley
Your Rhine Valley experience awaits: Enjoy a drink as the Rhine River Boat takes you to your hotel overlooking the Rhine River. Sights along the way include the most concentrated stretch of castles in Europe, vineyards, cliffs and medieval German towns. After dinner it's time to, taste the local German beers and enjoy the real hospitality of the locals and the pub owners.
Day 08-Volendam, Amsterdam
Continue into Holland and visit the famous fishing village of Volendam for lunch before experiencing the art of cheese making. Of course, the artworks are edible and the Dutch won’t let you leave before you realise there is more to cheese than cheddar. We then visit the windmill village of Zaanse Schans, famous for the making of wooden shoes, or “klompe”. After dinner a walking tour of the world famous Amsterdam “Red Light District” , which leaves the night open to paint the town red!
Day 09-Amsterdam free day.
Free time to explore Amsterdam. See canals, Ann Frank House, Dam Square, Van Gogh Museum. Do a bicycle tour.
Day 10-Amsterdam, Bruges, and London
After breakfast its back to London, but first we stop for a visit to the ancient city of Bruges, famous for many things, including beer and chocolates.