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17 Days 16 Nights

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LONDON (2N) – Amsterdam (2N) – Paris (2N) – Lucerne (3N) – Zurich (1N) – Salzburg (2N) – Prague (2N) – Budapest (2N)

This 16-night, 17-day European Holidays package from India is one of a few handpicked European trip packages created for you all to travel to the most beautiful European places. London, England’s capital, will be your first stop on your 16-night, 17-day European journey. This Europe tour schedule includes thorough sightseeing excursions of each city, allowing travellers to experience the finest of European culture, history, art, and architecture.

Your trip to these beautiful destinations will undoubtedly revitalise you. Your tour days are jam-packed with pre-planned activities as well as fantastic free time. So don’t hold your breath any longer. Select from a variety of European travel packages to visit the exotic locales of London, Amsterdam, Paris, Switzerland, Austria, the Czech Republic, and Hungary. Now is the time to act! Today is the last day to take advantage of this Europe tour packages from India!


  • Hop on Hop off tour of London
  • Thames River Cruise one
  • London Eye
  • Amsterdam Canal Cruise
  • Paris city tour with Seine river cruise & 2nd level Eiffel Tower
  • Mt Titlis
  • Salzburg Hop On Hop Off pass
  • Prague Hop On Hop Off pass
  • Budapest Hop On Hop Off pass

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

Hello to London, is among the most travelled countries on earth. Greet your car at the airport and proceed to the hotel as you arrive in London. After checking in, enjoy the rest of the day sightseeing in the city. Spend the rest of the day touring in the city after checking in. Come to Oxford Street if shopping is something you enjoy. For the night, I'm in London. London for the night .

Day 2, London
Day 2, London

Begin your exploration of London after breakfast with "THE ORIGINAL LONDON SIGHTSEEING TOUR's" Hop-on-Hop-off tour on a double-decker bus. The tour includes three sightseeing paths that take in all of the major attractions. Take a thrilling sightseeing cruise down the Thames. Leave from Westminster Pier around the Houses of Parliament and disembark at either Tower Bridge Quay or Greenwich, near the Tower of London and Tower Bridge.
The tickets are valid for a period of 24 hours. Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, the London Eye (ticket included), Madame Tussaud's, the Tower of London, and Piccadilly Circus will all be visited throughout the tour. In the evening, go to Leicester Square in the centre of London, in which you'll find much to see and do, including the world's most famous operas, cafes, pubs. London for the night.

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

Before travelling to the train station to catch a train to Amsterdam, the Dutch city, enjoy your breakfast. The city's cultural past, huge canal system, and modest buildings with gabled facades, all vestiges of the city's 17th-century Golden Age, are all well-known. When you arrive, go straight to the hotel. For the night, Amsterdam.

Day 4, Amsterdam
Day 4, Amsterdam

Following breakfast, take a one-hour canal cruise 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 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 excursion takes us to the countryside north of Amsterdam, where we will visit 'de Zaanse Schans,' a windmill hamlet. We continue through typical Dutch scenery to Volendam for just a city tour and a trip to Marken, a classic fisherman's village on the former Zuiderzee, as well as a demonstration in a cheese factory as well as a tour to a traditional clogmaker.

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

Check out after breakfast and proceed to Central railway station to take a train to Paris, France's capital. The Louvre Museum, Notre-Dame Cathedral, and the Eiffel Tower are all internationally recognised landmarks. It is a charming and culturally rich city. The city is also well-known for its high-quality food and café terraces. Culture, art, beauty, and history abound in Paris's streets. When you arrive, check into the hotel. Enter and spend the rest of the day relaxing. Take a stroll down the Seine and the Champs-Elysees, stopping at a café for a break. The night in Paris.

Day 6, Paris
Day 6, Paris

With breakfast, take a tour of Paris that includes a Seine River Cruise and tickets to the second level of the Eiffel Tower. On this one-of-a-kind trip, you'll see some of Paris' most well-known tourist attractions and monuments. Our tour includes a journey to the Eiffel Tower's 2nd floor, which offers stunning views of the capital, a panoramic city tour by coach, and an hour-long boat ride along the Seine. Why just not venture out under your own in the evening to the Latin Quarter, which is known for its lively atmosphere and bistros? Paris for one night

1) Louvre Museum: Maybe visit the Louvre to catch a glimpse of Mona Lisa.
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

After breakfast, check out of your hotel and make your own way to Paris Gare du Lyon Station, where you will board the world's fastest TGV train to Basel, where you will change to a connecting train to Lucerne. Lucerne is a charming historic town that is easy to navigate on foot. (The Swiss Travel pass, which is valid from Basel onwards, covers travel on Swiss public transportation, including trains, buses, and boats.) Lucerne overnight.

Day 8, Lucerne
Day 8, Lucerne

Board the morning train towards Engelberg to see Mt. Titlis today afterwards breakfast. TITLIS Rotair, the world's first revolving cable car, glacier cave, TITLIS Cliff Walk, Europe's highest suspension bridge, and TITLIS glacier park are all part of the TITLIS glacier park. Come to Lucerne in the afternoon then proceed to the pier just across from the train station.

The Lucerne boat excursion is included in your Swiss pass. The beauty, inland navigation attractions, and historical sites dotting the seashore will all captivate you. Take a breath of fresh air from the outside deck. Take the long stroll down the antique and wooden Kappelbrucke (Chapel bridge) in the evening to witness the famous Napoleon-era Lion Monument (a large dying lion carved out of a wall of sandstone rock above a pond, built as a tribute for the Swiss soldiers). Lucerne over night .

Day 9, Lucerne
Day 9, Lucerne

Following breakfast, go to Stans, the starting point for the Stanserhorn, in which the funicular and cable car will take you up the mountain. The new double-decker, open-air cable car, the first of its kind in the world, was presented in Lucerne in 2012. The CabriO cable car offers a spectacular ride up Mount Stanserhorn to its guests. The upper deck is open and provides a fantastic photo opportunity. Lucerne for the night.

Optional: Grindelwald First
For your "first" excursion, take the train to the town of Grindelwald. The Grindelwald First Lift is a three-stage chair lift that was previously Europe's longest. The snow-capped Alpine peaks are reflected in the blue, crystal-clear waterways.
Price includes: Grindelwald - First - Aerial gondola ride plus two more activities of your choice
Activities: 1. First Flyer 2. First Glider 3. Mountain cart 4. Trotti Bike.

Day 10, Lucerne – Zurich & Rhine Falls
Day 10, Lucerne – Zurich & Rhine Falls

After breakfast, take the train to Zurich, which will take around an hour. With innumerable events, different museums, its own cuisine festival, plus Switzerland's most dynamic nightlife, the city is buzzing with activity day and night.

Check into your hotel once you arrive in Zurich. After that, take the train to Schaffhausen to experience Europe's most powerful waterfall. The Rhine Falls are by far the most powerful waterfall in Europe, and they are located in Switzerland. On the High Rhine, on the border between the cantons of Schaffhausen and Zürich, the falls are located. Zurich overnight

Optional: Jungfraujoch
Take an early train to Interlaken. After a scenic train ride through the alps, you reach Grindelwald, where you ride a spectacular cogwheel train to the top. Standing on the Jungfraujoch, 3,454 metres above sea level, you can feel it with your first step: this is a different world. It's one you have to experience.

Day 11, Zurich – Salzburg
Day 11, Zurich – Salzburg

Check out and make your own way to the train station after breakfast. Obtain a train ticket to Salzburg. Salzburg is a city in Austria on the German border with views of the Eastern Alps. It is one of Europe's most beautiful cities, both architecturally and in terms of natural beauty. This lovely city runs along both sides of the Salzach River. When you arrive, go straight to the hotel and check in. The remainder of the day is yours to do as you like. Salzburg (overnight).

Day 12, Salzburg
Day 12, Salzburg

After breakfast, join Salzburg for a tour of the city. Hop on for one day and hop off the next. Explore Salzburg's highlights while listening to a city commentary in 13 languages: German, English, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Czech, Russian, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, and Arabian. With 12 handy stops, your hop-on, hop-off trip includes all of the major sights. Nonnberg Abbey, St. Erhard's Church, and Cajetan Square and Church are only a few examples. Steingasse, Capuchin Mountain & Monastery, Mozart Footbridge, Mozart's Residence, University Mozarteum, Trinity Church, and Mirabell Palace with Mirabell Gardens.

Day 13, Salzburg – Prague
Day 13, Salzburg – Prague

After breakfast, check out and make your own way to the train station. Get on the train to Prague. Welcome to Prague! Prague is noted for its rich architecture and museums, as well as its diversified nightlife and extensive shopping opportunities. This is also known for its substantial food and inexpensive beer, as well as its well-kept UNESCO World Heritage city centre. Check in and enjoy the remainder of the day at your leisure. Overnight stay in Prague.

Day 14, Prague
Day 14, Prague

With breakfast, take a 24-hour hop-on, hop-off tour bus to explore the capital city in a leisurely manner. You are free to come and go as frequently as you choose. From the upper deck of the Hop-On Hop-Off City Sightseeing Bus, take in the must-see sights of Prague! The Old Jewish Cemetery, fairytale Prague Castle, tiny Malá Strana, ancient Old Town Square... these are just a few of the things we'll show you! Overnight stay in Prague.

Day 15, Prague – Budapest
Day 15, Prague – Budapest

After breakfast, check out and make your own way to the train station. Get on the train to Budapest. A city in a spectacular natural location with a rich architectural and historical legacy that offers an unrivalled blend of culture, burgeoning gastronomy, and the benefits of thermal springs and world heritage sites. Check in and enjoy the remainder of the day at your leisure. Budapest for the night.

Day 16, Budapest
Day 16, Budapest

After breakfast, hop on a Hop off bus and see the city. Touring For one day, visitors can see Hungary's capital, Budapest, which is traversed by the Danube and was founded 2,000 years ago. The City Sightseeing Tour consists of three bus routes with strategically placed stops that take you from Budapest's Neo-Renaissance architecture to its pulsating nightlife.

From open-top buses, take in the view of the Hungarian Parliament Building's Gothic Revival façade or Buda Castle. Explore the Citadel and Jewish Synagogue, and be amazed by the imperial city's breathtaking views. On Dohány Street, get off at the Jewish Museum and Synagogue. Take a walk across the world-famous Chain Bridge! Cross the Danube River on foot from Buda to Pest. Budapest for the night .

Day 17, Depart Budapest

After breakfast, you will check-out and depart for Budapest Airport by private transfer.

  • 16 nights Accommodation
  • Swiss Travel Pass 2nd class, 4 consecutive days
  • Private transfer Airport to London Hotel
  • Private transfer Hotel to Budapest Airport
  • London to Amsterdam (2nd Class Eurostar Ticket)
  • 2nd Class Train Ticket from Amsterdam to Paris
  • 2nd Class Train Ticket from Paris to Basel
  • Zurich to Salzburg 2nd Class Train Ticket
  • Zurich to Salzburg 2nd Class Train Ticket
  • Zurich to Salzburg 2nd Class Train Ticket
  • 1 day hop on hop off tour of London
  • Thames River Cruise one-way ticket
  • London Eye Ticket
  • Amsterdam Canal Cruise 1 hr ticket
  • Paris city tour with Seine River cruise & On a seat-in-coach basis, the 2nd level of the Eiffel Tower
  • Mt Titlis ticket
  • 1 day Salzburg Hop On Hop Off pass
  • 1 day Prague Hop On Hop Off pass
  • Budapest Hop On Hop Off – 1 day pass
  • 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

17 Days 16 Nights


Amsterdam (2N)
Budapest (2N)
London (2N)
Lucerne (3N)
Paris (2N)
Prague (2N)
Salzburg (2N)
Zurich (1N)

Tour's Location

Budapest is well-known for all it has to offer?

Budapest is known for its diverse culture, underground caves, the powerful Danube River, and its status as the World Spa Capital. Budapest is also recognised for its world-famous Ruin Bars, stunning Parliament Building, and wonderful local delicacies.

Is English spoken in Budapest?

In the capital, English is extensively spoken in hotels, restaurants, and major stores, as well as other tourist-oriented establishments. Menu options will frequently be in English, and almost all restaurant servers will speak English or be able to contact someone who does.

When is the best time to visit Prague?

The optimum time to visit Prague is in the late spring or early autumn, either before or after the main tourist season in the summer. Visit in May or September for pleasant temperatures of 18 to 20°C, which are great for sightseeing without having to contend with large crowds.

What is Salzburg's most famous feature?

Salzburg has long been a centre for music and was the birthplace of Mozart, whose home, No. 9 Getreidegasse, is now a museum. It is therefore home to the globally renowned Salzburg Fest, which takes place every year.

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