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15 Days 14 Nights

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Daily Tour

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English, Italian

London (2N) – Amsterdam (2N) – Paris (2N) – Lucerne (3N) – Venice (2N) – Florence (1N) – Rome (2N)

The visually appealing region of Europe is among the most searched destinations in the world, with everybody eager to embark on a Europe vacation with our Europe Package holiday. European locations are known for their beautiful natural beauty, unrivalled cultural richness, and culinary diversity that tantalises the senses. Europe is unlike any other bucket-list destination! This continent of wonders never ceases to amaze, with each journey to Europe revealing new things to see and do.

For an explorer, Europe is a continent full with unlimited possibilities. Because Europe is such a big continent to cover, IMAD Travel will assist you with the major cities to visit in your 15-day European tour package from India, as well as the major European tourism attractions to see while on a European trip, depending on which countries you choose to visit!

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  • Hop on Hop off tour of London
  • Thames River Cruise
  • London Eye
  • Amsterdam Canal Cruise
  • Paris city tour with Seine River cruise & 2nd level Eiffel Tower
  • Mt Titlis
  • Murano, Burano & Torcello
  • Pisa & The Leaning Tower
  • Rome City Sightseeing Hop on Hop off

Day 1, Arrival in London
Day 1, Arrival in London

Hello to London, the world's most visited city, which has it all, from amazing history and culture to cutting-edge fashion and cuisine. Greet your car at the airport and transfer to the hotel as you arrive in London. After checking in, spend part of the day exploring in the city. You can visit Oxford Street to experience shopping in London. London for the night.

Day 2, London
Day 2, London

Begin your exploration of London with a Hop-on-Hop-off tour on a double-decker bus after breakfast. The tour includes a variety of attractions that are spread out over three different tourist paths. Walking tours, a one-way Thames River Cruise, and the Kids Club are all included in the ticket. The tickets are valid for a period of 24 hours. Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, the London Eye (ticket included), the Thames River Cruise, Madame Tussaud's, the Tower of London, and Piccadilly Circus will all be visited throughout the tour. Mostly in evening, visit Leicester Square in the heart of London, you'll find a wealth of things to do out there, including world-famous musicals, eateries, and nightclubs. London for the night.

Day 3, London - Amsterdam
Day 3, London - Amsterdam

Enjoy your breakfast before boarding the train to Amsterdam, the Netherlands' capital, which is noted for its cultural legacy, extensive canal system, and small buildings with gabled facades, all of which are remnants of the city's 17th-century Great Era. Go directly to the hotel once you reach. Amsterdam for the night.

Day 4, Amsterdam
Day 4, Amsterdam

Following breakfast, take a one-hour canal tour through Amsterdam. The Amsterdam Canal Cruise is a one-hour tour of must-see sights and breathtaking architecture. The Anne Frank House Museum and the Skinny Bridge are two most famous and illustrious sights you will see. As you pass the ancient Heritage Museum and the revered Westerkerk Church, snap photos of the beautiful Amstel River. Amsterdam over night

Optional: Volendam, Maarken, Windmills Tour
This journey takes us to the countryside north of Amsterdam, where we should visit "de Zaanse Schans," a windmill hamlet. We proceed through classic Dutch scenery to Volendam for a city tour and a trip to Marken, a traditional fisherman's village on the former Zuiderzee, as well as a demonstration in a cheese factory and a visit to a traditional clogmaker.

Day 5, Amsterdam – Paris
Day 5, Amsterdam – Paris

It's time to explore the beautiful city of Paris after breakfast. Check out and take the train to Paris from the central station. Paris's streets are packed with culture, art, beauty, and history. Check into the hotel as you arrive. Check in and, after some relaxation, just spend the rest of the day exploring the city. Wander along the Seine and the Champs-Elysees, stopping at a restaurant along the way. The Galeries Lafayette on Boulevard Haussman is certainly worth visiting if you want to go shopping in Paris. Paris for the night.

Day 6, Paris
Day 6, Paris

Paris is calling. After breakfast, embark on a sightseeing trip of Paris that includes a Seine River cruise. On this one-of-a-kind trip, see all of Paris's most famous tourist attractions and monuments. This tour includes a visit to the Eiffel Tower's 2nd floor for stunning views of the city, a panoramic city tour by coach, and an hour-long boat ride on the Seine. Why not spend the evening exploring the Latin Quarter on your own? Paris for the night


1) Louvre Museum: Perhaps pay a visit to the Louvre to see the Mona Lisa and other works of art.

2) Lido Show: In the evening perhaps visit one of the Paris cabarets such as the Lido.

Day 7, Paris – Basel - Lucerne
Day 7, Paris – Basel - Lucerne

It's time to say Paris goodbye. After breakfast, check out and make your own way to Paris Gare du Lyon Station, where you will board the high-speed TGV train to Basel, from which you will transfer to a connecting train to Lucerne. Lucerne is a magnificent historic town nestled among snowcapped mountains on Lake Lucerne, famed for its restored mediaeval architecture. Lucerne overnight.

Day 8, Lucerne
Day 8, Lucerne

Today, we'll take a look at Switzerland's natural beauties. Take the morning train to Engelberg to see Mt. Titlis after breakfast. The TITLIS Rotair, the world's first spinning cable car, takes you from Stand up to 3,020 metres above sea level, passing by the glacier cave, the TITLIS Cliff Walk, Europe's highest suspension bridge, and the TITLIS glacier park.

Return to Lucerne in the afternoon and proceed to the pier just across from the train station. The boat excursion on Lake Lucerne is included in your Swiss ticket. The beauty, inland navigation attractions, and historical sites strewn along the seashore will all captivate you.

Take a nice long walk down the antique and wooden Kappelbrucke (Chapel bridge) in the evening to see the famous Napoleon-era Lion Monument, which was built as a tribute for Swiss soldiers. Lucerne overnight.

Day 9, Lucerne
Day 9, Lucerne

After breakfast, go to Stans, the starting point for the Stanserhorn, where the funicular and cable car will transport you up the mountain. The CabriO cable car is the first (and only) cable car in the world with a roofless upper deck. The cable car features some of the most advanced equipment in the world, capable of transporting 60 passengers in a single journey while climbing 2,320 metres and rising 1139 metres in altitude. The upper deck is open and provides a fantastic photo opportunity. Overnight Lucerne


Grindelwald First: Take the train to the town of Grindelwald for your “first” excursion. The Grindelwald First Lift is a 3-stage chair lift and was once the longest chair lift in Europe. The blue, crystal-clear waters reflect the snow-capped Alpine peaks. The price includes a Grindelwald-First-Aerial Gondola Ride as well as your choice of two additional activities. One: The First Flyer Two: The First Glider 3: Get a sled for the mountains. Trotti Bike is ranked fourth.

.Jungfraujoch: Icey air streams across your face, snow crunches under your feet, and the view nearly takes your breath away: on one hand, the view of the Mittelland up to the Vosges, on the other, the Aletsch glacier, bordered by four thousand metre peaks. The journey itself is unique in a way that gives you the full view of the alpine valley. You can reach Jungfraujoch from Grindelwald base station and return to Lauterbrunnen base station, or you can do vice-versa!.

Day 10, Lucerne – Venice
Day 10, Lucerne – Venice

Check out and travel to Venice, often known as the Floating City, which is built on more than 100 tiny islands in an Adriatic Sea lagoon. The lagoon, as well as a portion of the city, are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. After arrival, settle in. Venice for the night.

Day 11, Venice
Day 11, Venice

Following breakfast, go over to Murano, which is known for its long glass-making legacy. This tour takes you to its islands, which are known for more than just handicrafts: Burano is known for its laces, and Torcello is a treasure of an island where the first cathedral in Venice was built. Venice for the night.

Day 12, Venice – Florence
Day 12, Venice – Florence

You check out and travel to Florence after breakfast. The cradle of the Italian Renaissance was Florence. The town is a historical, aesthetic, and architectural treasure. Arrive in Florence and leave your bags; then, travel for a half-day tour to Pisa, providing the opportunity to see one of Italy's most famous cities.

We begin our journey by walking around the mediaeval walls up to the original entrance gate, Porta Santa Maria. You'll be standing in front of a one-of-a-kind view: Piazza dei Miracoli, with its marble buildings and well-kept green fields. The Baptistery, the Monumental Graveyard, and, lastly, the world-famous Leaning Tower can all be seen from the outside. Florence for the night.

Day 13, Florence – Rome
Day 13, Florence – Rome

You check out and travel to Rome after breakfast. The Colosseum, the Roman Forum, and a huge metropolis of Classical architecture are among the many attractions of the Italian city. In history, Rome, the capital of the old Roman Empire and Vatican City, has exerted great power over the world. Check in and relax for the rest of the day. Overnight stay in Rome.

Day 14, Rome
Day 14, Rome

Start your exploration of "the eternal city" of Rome with a 24-hour hop-on-hop-off pass following breakfast. The Coliseum, the Pantheon, the Roman Forum, and the Trevi Fountain are just a few of the incredible places you'll visit. Spend the afternoon in the mall. The evening provides the ideal time to enjoy the city's delectable Italian cuisine in Trastevere, a charming neighbourhood full of tiny local eateries. Overnight stay in Rome.

Optional: Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel

The Vatican Museums are the public art and sculpture museums in the Vatican City. The Sistine Chapel is a chapel in the Apostolic Palace, the official residence of the pope, in Vatican City.

Day 15, Depart Rome

Check out after breakfast and have a private transfer to Rome Airport.

  • 14 nights’ Accommodation
  • Swiss Travel Pass 2nd class, 3 consecutive days
  • Private transfer Hotel to Rome Airport
  • London to Amsterdam - 2nd Class Eurostar Ticket
  • Amsterdam to Paris - 2nd Class Train Ticket
  • Paris to Basel – 2nd Class Train Ticket
  • Lucerne to Venice – 2nd Class Train Ticket
  • Venice to Florence – 2nd Class Train Tickets
  • Florence to Rome – 2nd Class Train Tickets
  • Hop on Hop off tour of London – 1-day pass
  • Thames River Cruise Ticket – one way
  • London Eye Ticket
  • Amsterdam Canal Cruise 1 hr Ticket
  • Paris city tour with Seine River cruise & 2nd level Eiffel Tower on seat in coach basis
  • Mt Titlis Ticket
  • Murano, Burano & Torcello on shared basis
  • Pisa & The Leaning Tower on seat in coach basis
  • Rome City Sightseeing Hop on Hop off, 24hrs
  • Airfare and Airport taxes
  • Visa
  • Insurance
  • Meals not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Optional activities
  • Expenses of Personal nature
  • Any other service not mentioned in the inclusions
  • Portage
  • Tips to Driver & guide
  • Taxes applicable

15 Days 14 Nights


Amsterdam (2N)
Florence (1N)
London (2N)
Lucerne (3N)
Paris (2N)
Rome (2N)
Venice (2N)

Tour's Location

Which European country is the best to visit?
France. It has it all: culture, stylish people, stunning natural vistas, delectable cuisine, the Alps, and cheese!
What city should I visit first on my European vacation?
Beginning your European holiday in London is the finest way to go. From there, you may take the English Channel to Paris. Channel that you can cross.
In Amsterdam, how much does a canal boat ride cost?
Between 9 a.m. and 10 p.m., the Lovers Canal Cruises day canal cruise departs every 20 to 30 minutes. The jetty on the west side of Central Station, Leidseplein, and the Prins Hendrikkade are the three locations from which the boats depart. Adult tickets are €16 and children's tickets are €8.
Venice was built on the water for a reason.
The safeguards that the early settlers wanted were granted by building Venice on top of its lagoons. Those who attempted to attack the city were thwarted because the marshes exposed attackers to diseases that the Venetians were well-versed in.
When is the best time to go to Rome?
April, May, June, September, October, and early November are the best (and most expensive) months to visit Rome.


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