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Day 01
UK - Dover - Calais - Mini Europe (optional) - Brussels (200kms from Calais)
This morning, arrive at your dedicated pick up point where you receive a warm welcome from your tour director and after settling in on the coach you proceed to Dover. Admire the famous white cliffs of Dover after boarding the ferry for the short channel crossing over to Calais. Upon arrival into Calais, you continue your journey towards Brussels.

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Meet up with the rest of the passengers joining into Europe directly at Brussels. Pick up and transfer from Brussels airport for approximately 15:00hrs. On joining both groups, start your orientation tour includes the Atomium structure (photo stop), an optional visit to the spectacular Mini Europe and later the impressive Grand Place, where you can see the Guild House, Bread House, City Town Hall as well as the world-famous statue of Mannekin Pis. After dinner, you check into the hotel for your overnight stay.
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Day 02
Keukenhof Gardens or Madurodam with Volendam - Amsterdam area (200kms)
After breakfast, we drive towards The Hague, the political capital of The Netherlands and start by visiting the Keukenhof flower gardens (open from 20th March to 9th May 2020). (Tours not in the Keukenhof dates will instead visit the Madurodam and the village of Volendam, famous fishing village to view the high raised dykes above the sea. Continue to visit a demonstration on the art of making wooden shoes at the Clog Factory & visit a Cheese Farm.) Later we continue to Amsterdam and discover the city in the most novel manner, as you take a canal cruise on the city’s intricate water systems, a captivating way to see this city. After dinner, optional walking tour of Amsterdam by night – visiting the Red-Light District and check into the hotel for our overnight stay.
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Day 03
Cologne - Koblenz - Rhine Cruise - Frankfurt area (480kms)
Today you drive to Cologne in Germany and visit the magnificent Cologne Cathedral. This 515ft tall Gothic Cathedral is Germany’s most visited monument which took almost six centuries to build. After lunch, you proceed towards the beautiful town of Koblenz located at the confluence of the majestic River Rhine and River Mosel. Continue your wonderful drive along the River Rhine and enjoy a cruise viewing the picturesque perched castles along the Rhine Valley. After disembarking your boat, continue to the Frankfurt area for dinner and your overnight hotel.
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Day 04
Black Forest (Drubba) - Munich (670kms)
Continue your journey southwards as you drive towards Switzerland through the famous Black Forest region of Southern Germany. Here stop at the Drubba Centre, in the heart of the forest, where you have an opportunity to learn about the origins and manufacturing of the world-famous Cuckoo clocks. You also have an opportunity to purchase these clocks and other souvenirs at specially reduced factory prices. As you drive through the dense forest you continue towards Munich.
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Day 05
Munich - Salzburg – Mirabel Gardens - Swarovski Crystal World - Innsbruck (340kms)
This morning we have a short orientation tour of Munich visiting the Marienplatz, Olympic Stadium and BMW museum (entrance not included). We then drive towards Salzburg, the birth city of Mozart and famous for the ‘Sound of Music’ film set and enjoy a walk through the Mirabel gardens and the old town. Later we drive to Wattens to visit the Swarovski museum for your purchases of these incredible man made crystals.Afterwards we head to Innsbruck, capital of Tyrol province, for an orientation walking tour, taking in the Goldenes Dachl (the Golden Roof), an ornate Gothic balcony. Also, see the 17th Century fountain with the equestrian statue of King Leopold V, St. Anne's Column, and the Triumph Forte -Innsbruck's arch of celebration. After dinner check into our hotel.
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Day 06
Innsbruck - Lake Garda – Verona - Padova (420kms)
After breakfast drive south towards the Italian border. On crossing the first stop will be visiting the largest lake in Italy: Lake Garda known for its crystal clear waters. Visit the town of Sirmione at the lake shore with the views dominated by the fortress Rocca Scaligera. Free time to enjoy this Lakeside town. Continue our drive to the town of Verona. Here we have a short walk to view the balcony of Romeo and Juliet (Photo stop) and the well preserved Roman Amphitheatre (from outside) used regularly for the annual opera fair. Overnight in Padova area.
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Day 07
Venice - Murano Glass factory – St Mark’s Square - Pisa (370km)
After breakfast, you proceed to Venice, the romantic Italian city, known for its unique architecture. Upon arrival drive over Mussolini's Bridge of Liberty, and then take a water-bus through the Guidecca canal to St. Mark's Square, the very heart of Venice. Photograph the historic Ducal Palace, the infamous prison, the bridge of sighs, as you embark on your walking tour. Admire the exquisite Clock Tower as you wait to enter the splendid St. Marks Basilica. Later visit the Murano Glass factory, where a master craftsman will demonstrate the art of glass blowing and creating the unique Venetian glass. Later, return to St. Mark’s Square and soak in the unique atmosphere of this charming city. You may even be able to enjoy an optional ride in a Gondola (not included). Return to your coach parking and drive to Pisa area for overnight stay.
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Day 08
Leaning Tower of Pisa - Florence City tour - Rome (370kms)
This morning, after breakfast, we drive to Pisa,situated on the River Arno, hometown of Galileo and the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa built 1174 and sinking approximately 1mm a year. Visit the ‘Field of Miracles’ and take photos in front of the Leaning Tower, the Duomo and the Baptistery (entrances not included). Continuing your journey, drive to Florence, enchanting art capital of Italy. Upon arrival in Florence, you’ll embark on walking tour to visit the birth place of the Renaissance; see the impressive Duomo, the imposing 14th century Palazzo Vecchio Tower, Uffizi Gallery from outside and Ponte Vecchio - Florence's most distinctive bridge on the Arno River. This afternoon,you drive to the ‘Eternal city’ of Rome. Depending on the time of arrival, you may have free time to relax the evening. This evening you may take an optional tour of Rome by night.
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Day 09
Vatican City - Rome City tour - Pisa (320kms)
Start your tour by a visit to the Vatican City, the world's smallest nation & the seat of Christianity and St. Peter's Basilica, the world's largest cathedral, which will amaze you with its size, beauty and splendour. Continue for a walking tour of the city and visit Piazza Venezia and the monument dedicated to Victor Emmanuel II, the first king of Italy.Relieve the thrills of historic Rome as you view the ancient Roman &Imperial Forums. Then walk to the famous, Spanish steps and the Trevi Fountain- a Roman legend assures your return to Rome if you throw a coin over your left shoulder into the fountain. Later visit the fantastic Pantheon, originally a temple for all pagan gods, and now containing the tombs of the famous artist Raphael and several Italian Kings. In the afternoon head towards the Tuscany area for overnight.
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Day 10
Milan - Como - Lugano - Central Switzerland (560kms)
Today we continue our journey still northwards to Milan, the largest city in Italy. A short visit to see the stunning Piazza del Duomo, the city's main central square, surrounded by several palaces and important buildings, such as Milan Cathedral, the Vittorio Emanuele II Gallery and the Royal Palace of Milan. Leaving Milan, we travel to the Swiss border, glance into the valleys of the lower Alps and capture the stunning town of Como in your cameras. After entering Switzerland, we stop at the beautiful town of Lugano for photographs before continuing to dinner and then to our hotel in Central Switzerland.
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Day 11
Lucerne - Zurich - Rhine Falls - Lucerne (300kms)
This morning your tour starts with a visit Lucerne, one of the six most frequently visited cities in the World. See the famous Lion Monument, a memorial for the mercenary soldiers. Enjoy some free time, shopping for the famous Swiss watches and chocolates, or take a stroll across the Kappelbrucke - the world’s oldest covered wooden bridge. Continue your journey to City of Zurich. During your orientation of Zurich, view some of the famous attractions including the Gross Munster, the Fraumunster, the Banhofstrasse shopping street and National Museum (from outside). Afternoon,we drive to Schaffhausen in Switzerland, to see the picturesque Rhine Falls, Europe's largest plain waterfalls. In the evening we return back to the hotel for our overnight stay.
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Day 12
Central Switzerland - Interlaken - Mt Jungfraujoch (200kms)
This morning we take an exciting excursion to Mt. Jungfraujoch, the highest altitude railway station in Europe at 11,133 ft.Marvel at the changes in alpine scenery as our charming cogwheel train takes us on this unique journey. Experience the magic of the mountains at the Sphinx Terrace, a metal-grate terrace surrounding the Sphinx Observatory building on all sides that provides a stunning 360-degree view of the Great Aletsah Glacier. Also, visit the Ice Palace, where we can see a beautiful display of sculptures made of ice, while being encased in ice if you like. Do not forget to send a postcard to friends and family from Europe's highest post office with its own special postmark. Later descend the mountain and drive to Interlaken, a town between two lakes, popular place with Indian movie directors. After some free time, we will have dinner and then return to our hotel for our overnight stay.
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Day 13
Mt Titlis - Geneva (300km)
Today board the world’s first revolving aerial cable car on Mt Titlis to reach a height of 10,000 feet. As the cable cars ascend these beautiful mountains you may see people in the valley below on the several theme walks or on Trotti (seat less) bikes.Once on top, visit the icy glacier cave, the open terrace, play in the snow or go on the ICE Flyer chair lift (not included) over the crevasses. Walk on the highest suspension bridge in Europe. Later descend and drive to Geneva for an orientation tour which includes photo stops at the Place of Nations, the flower clock, the Reformation Monument, the Jet de Eau and the famous Lake Geneva. Overnight in the Geneva area.
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Day 14
Geneva - Paris - Seine cruise - (Optional Lido Show) (550kms)
This morning you leave the Swiss Alps behind and head towards Paris driving past the famous wine growing of Burgundy and its main city of Beaune. Drive along acres and acres of vineyards and pass beautiful chateaus’, responsible for producing some of the most famous wines of France. Upon arrival into Paris, enjoy a scenic boat cruise along the River Seine. You will be enchanted as you pass by many of the Parisian monuments including the Alexander II Bridge, the Orsay Museum, the National Assembly and Paris' own Statue of Liberty. Tonight, enjoy an exciting optional Paris by night tour or an optional Lido show which has been a venue for the finest shows since 1946.
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Day 15