Europe/UK Tour 18 Days

Europe/UK Tour 18 Days

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Vatican City : Entrance to the Vatican Museum with Sistine Chapel included.

Visit to the magnificent St. Peter?s basilica included.


Rome : Guided city tour including entrance to the Colosseum.

Pisa : Leaning Tower of Pisa.

Florence : Guided city tour.

Venice : Romantic gondola ride included.

Tour of Venice with lunch on a private cruise with live Italian music.

Visit the St. Mark?s Square on a chartered boat.

Visit Murano Glass showroom.


Innsbruck : Maria Theresien Strasse. The Golden Roof.

Tyrolean Folklore evening.

Wattens : the Swarovski Crystal Headquarters and Museum.


Full day excursion to Jungfraujoch and Interlaken with Champagne & lunch.

Visit Mt. Titlis with exclusive lunch on top with ice flyer included(weather permitting)

Trummelbach falls.

Visit a Chocolate Factory.

Visit a traditional Swiss farm.

Funicular ride up Harder Kulm.

Swiss party at Thomas cook Mountain.

Visit the beautiful Chillon Castle.

Lucerne : the Lion Monument and the Kapell Brucke bridge.

Cruise on Lake Lucerne.

Schaffhausen : Magnificent Rhine Falls.

Bern : Visit Bear Pit, Parliament house,Clock Tower.

Geneva : City tour - Entrance to the United Nations building included.

Scenic train ride around lake Geneva.

Vevey : See Charlie Chaplin?s town.

Zurich : Orientation tour of Zurich.


Titisee : Heart of Black Forest.

Cologne : Historical Cologne Cathedral.

Rhineland : Romantic Rhine cruise.

Frankfurt : Guided city tour of Frankfurt.


Brussels : A visit to the Grand Place and Mannekin Pis Statue with a photostop at the Atomium.


Amsterdam : Amsterdam Canal cruise with Heineken beer/softdrink.

The Hague : Madurodam with Dutch delicacies.

Lisse : Visit Keukenhof (till May 20).

Volendam : See a traditional Dutch village. (From May 21).

Visit to a cheese farm and wooden shoe factory.


Chantilly : Guided tour of the magnificent Chateau with exclusive lunch.

Paris : Guided city tour.

Visit to the 3rd level of the Eiffel Tower.

Full day at Euro Disney.

Enjoy a romantic cruise in Paris.


London : Guided city tour with Changing of the guards.

Entrance to Madame Tussaud?s Wax Museum.

Ride on the London Eye.

Entrance to the Tower of London housing Britain?s crown jewels including the Kohinoor Diamond.

Guided tour and exclusive dinner at the world famous Lord's stadium.

Gala night in London/Paris with Indian dinner, Bollywood music, dance and unlimited wine.

Airfare, Visas and Medical Insurance

Return economy class group airfare as per the itinerary.

All local taxes and services as of November 30, 2010.

Cost of Visa and Medical Insurance for the duration of the tour.

Medical Insurance

Normal insurance charges amounting to Rs. 750 for the duration of the tour are included in the tour price. However, any passenger above the age of 60 years and those who wish to extend their stay will be required to pay additional charges.

2 nights at Hotel Park Inn / Novotel or similar in Nice.

1 night at Hotel Novotel / Columbus Sea or similar in Genoa.

1 night at Hotel President / Palace / Best Western or similar in Rome.

1 night at Hotel Holiday Inn / My One / Datini or similar in Pisa / Prato or similar.

1 night at Hotel Campanile / Ibis / Holiday Inn or similar in Padova or similar.

1 night at Hotel Olympia or similar in Innsbruck or similar.

2 nights at Hotel Viktoria / Sunmatt / Bellevue / Central or similar in Hasliberg / Engelberg or similar in Central Switzerland.

1 night at Hotel Viktoria / Sunmatt / Bellevue / Central in Hasliberg / Engelberg or similar in Central Switzerland or Hotel Park Inn or similar in Zurich or similar.

1 night at Hotel Park Inn or similar in Heppenheim / Mannheim or similar.

2 nights at Hotel Holiday Inn / Thon or similar in Antwerp / Brussels or similar.

2 nights at Hotel Mercure / Novotel or similar in Paris.

2 nights at Hotel Park Inn / Quality Wembley or similar in London.


Europe/UK Tourist Places

Vatican City:

The Vatican City is a tiny fragment when compared with the extensive Papal States of central Italy, which were conquered by the forces of Italian unification in the mid-19th century. The popes then became "prisoners in the Vatican", unwilling to leave the confines of the Apostolic Palace until 1929, when Italy's Fascist government negotiated the Lateran Treaty that created the current mini-state.

The current pope is Francis, the first Latin American to be elected to the post. He succeeded Pope Benedict XVI, who reigned from 2005 until 2013, when he announced his resignation on grounds of old age. Pope Benedict had continued the conservative clerical policies of his predecessor, John Paul II. Pope John Paul's 26-year reign saw tremendous upheaval in Eastern Europe, including his homeland Poland. He preached dialogue and reconciliation between former political opponents and religions. During a visit to Israel - the first by a Pope - John Paul expressed sorrow for the history of anti-Semitism in the Catholic Church. He also sought to heal rifts with other Christian churches. Some of these moves were successful, others less so.



Italy is unique: Medieval and Renaissance art, sunlight on honey-coloured stone, irresistible food, classical ruins and exclusive boutiques. Our Italy tours encompass it all. Take an escorted tour to Italy’s great cities: Rome, with its iconic Coliseum and St Peter’s Basilica; Florence with its sublime galleries, and magical Venice, the city on water.

Our escorted tours of Italy also include the magnificent Italian Lakes - Garda, Como and Maggiore - with their dramatic scenery, picturesque towns and old-world charm. You can also explore the beautiful hilltop towns of Tuscany with our tours of Italy, and the jewels of the spectacular Amalfi coast: Sorrento, Positano and Capri.

Italy conjures up sunny beaches, picturesque lakes, ancient history and Renaissance art: it is a country of extremes that has so much to offer holidaymakers with the most diverse interests. Whether you want to toss a coin into Rome's Trevi fountain or relax on the picturesque Amalfi coast, Italy is bound to delight you. From the Colosseum in Rome to the Leaning Tower of Pisa or the remains of the Roman city of Pompeii, Italy is a haven for those who love history. Venice stages its spectacular carnival in February, and this romantic city now has a new bridge over the Grand Canal. Aficionados of Renaissance art will not want to miss a visit to the Uffizi Gallery in Florence. Are you more the outdoor type? If so, you can ski in the Alps or go hiking in the Dolomites.



The sheer physical diversity of France would be hard to exhaust in a lifetime of visits. Places to visit in France range from the fretted coasts of Brittany and the limestone hills of Provence to the canyons of the Pyrenees and the half-moon bays of Corsica, and from the lushly wooded valleys of the Dordogne and the gentle meadows of the Loire valley to the glaciated peaks of the Alps. Each region looks and feels different, has its own style of architecture, its own characteristic food and often its own dialect. Though the French word pays is the term for a whole country, people frequently refer to their own region as mon pays – my country – and this strong sense of regional identity has persisted despite centuries of centralizing governments, from Louis XIV to de Gaulle.

Industrialization came relatively late to France, and for all the millions of French people that live in cities, the idea persists that theirs is a rural country. The importance of the land reverberates throughout French culture, manifesting itself in areas as diverse as regional pride in local cuisine and the state’s fierce defence of Europe’s agricultural subsidies. Perhaps the most striking feature of the French countryside is the sense of space. There are huge tracts of woodland and undeveloped land without a house in sight, and, away from the main urban centres, hundreds of towns and villages have changed only slowly and organically over the years, their old houses and streets intact, as much a part of the natural landscape as the rivers, hills and fields.

Despite this image of pastoral tranquillity, France’s history is notable for its extraordinary vigour. For more than a thousand years the country has been in the vanguard of European development, and the accumulation of wealth and experience is evident everywhere in the astonishing variety of places to visit, from the Dordogne’s prehistoric cave paintings and the Roman monuments of the south, to the Gothic cathedrals of the north, the châteaux of the Loire, and the cutting-edge architecture of the grands projets in Paris. This legacy of history and culture – le patrimoine – is so widely dispersed across the land that even the briefest of stays will leave you with a powerful sense of France’s past.



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