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Europe Tour Package – London Amsterdam Paris Switzerland Salzburg Italy – 18 Days 17 Nights

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18 Days 17 Nights

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English, Italian

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

In this mesmerizing 18-day, 17-night Europe Tour Package, we visit the most famous cities in the world, including London, Amsterdam, and Paris, as well as cities in Switzerland and Italy.

The capital of the United Kingdom is London. London is indeed a dazzling historic and cultural tapestry that has captivated tourists in amazement of its multi-layered character. It really is renowned for its rock music scene. London is a kaleidoscope of architectural styles and sites, including some of the wonders of Gothic Revival architecture, including the Big Ben or the Gothic and British-influenced Westminster Abbey.

Switzerland is plenty cheese, cuckoo clocks, and chocolates. The centre of the Alpine country is relatively urban. All along Specific surface area and many other rivers, Switzerland offers castles, artisan beer, ancient old towns, architectural structures, and riverfront cafes and pubs.

Including its museums, fashion stores, tree-lined boulevards, and traditional bistros, Paris is the French capital, inspiring artists and art historians worldwide. You could indeed spend every single day on foot, perusing monument-lined avenues such as Champs-Elysees, old world bridges spanning the Seine, and stuffing into a luscious puff pastry at an art nouveau cafe while soaking up the city’s terrace-top atmospheres, with the Eiffel Tower being at heart, that also gives the city its persona.

In both Amsterdam and Italy, we have plenty to choose from. Please review our well-designed, personalised 18-day Europe holiday package’s itinerary.





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

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

Greetings to London, among the most traveled cities on the planet. It has it all, from amazing history and culture to cutting-edge fashion and cuisine. Greet your car at the airport and take to the hotel as you arrive in London. After checking in, spend the majority of the day sightseeing in the city. If you're looking for some shopping, head towards Oxford Street, which really is home to Selfridges as well as other large department stores. London for the night.

Day 2, London
Day 2, London

Begin ones exploration of London following breakfast with a double-decker bus Hop-on-Hop-off tour. This journey includes three viewing paths that take in all of the major attractions. Guided tours, a one-way Thames River Cruise, and the Kids Club are all included in the package. The passes are good 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. In the later, go to Leicester Square in the centre of London, where you'll find much to do and see, along with the world's greatest musicals, eateries, clubs, etc that makes London one such bustling city. London for the night.

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

After breakfast, proceed to the train station and board the train to Amsterdam. Welcome to the Dutch Capital. Amsterdam is also known as "Venice of the North" because of the lovely canals that criss-cross the city. Overnight Amsterdam.

Day 4, Amsterdam
Day 4, Amsterdam

Take a one-hour canal boat through Amsterdam after breakfast. The Canal Cruise in Amsterdam is a one-hour tour of must-see landmarks and stunning architecture. Tourists will witness the Anne Frank House Museum and the Skinny Bridge, two famous and illustrious attractions. Take images of the gorgeous Amstel River as you travel by the historic Heritage Museum and the respected Westerkerk Church. At night in Amsterdam

Optional: Volendam, Maarken, Windmills Tour on seat in coach

This tour takes us to the countryside north of Amsterdam, where we will visit 'de Zaanse Schans,' a windmill hamlet. We continue on to Volendam for a city walk and a visit to Marken, a traditional fisherman's village on the former Zuiderzee, as well as a demonstration in a cheese factory and a traditional clogmaker.

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

Check out and go to the train station to catch the train to Paris following breakfast. The walkways of Paris, often described as the "City of Light" or "City of Love," abound with culture, art, beauty, and history. Check into your hotel upon arrival. Check in and relax for the remainder of the day. Take a stroll down the Seine and the Champs-Elysees, stopping at a café along the way. The Galeries Lafayette on Boulevard Haussman is certainly worth visiting if you're looking for great shopping in Paris. Paris for one night.

Day 6, Paris
Day 6, Paris

Following breakfast, went on a tour of Paris that includes a Seine River Cruise and passes 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. This tour includes a visit 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 of the Seine. Why not venture out on 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: Perhaps 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

You'll check out and head to your next overnight location after breakfast today. Go to Paris Gare du Lyon Station on your own and board a high-speed TGV train to Basel, where you'll change to a connecting train to Lucerne, a delightful historic town that may be easily explored on foot. With its well-preserved mediaeval centre, fine historic buildings, and welcoming atmosphere (the Swiss Travel pass is available from Basel and covers travel on Swiss public transit – trains, buses, and boats), the town is the most popular tourist attraction in Switzerland. At night in Lucerne.

Day 8, Lucerne Sightseeing
Day 8, Lucerne Sightseeing

Take the morning train to Engelberg to see Mt. Titlis today afterwards breakfast. TITLIS Rotair, the world's first revolving cable car, glacier cave, TITLIS Cliff Walk, Europe's tallest suspension bridge, and TITLIS glacier park are all part of the TITLIS glacier park. Return to Lucerne in the afternoon and proceed to the pier just across from the train station. Your boat excursion on Lake Lucerne is included in your Swiss boarding pass. The beauty, inland navigation attractions, and historical sites strewn along the seashore will all captivate you. In the evening, go over the old and wooden Kappelbrucke (Chapel bridge) and witness the iconic Napoleon-era Lion Monument—a massive dying lion carved out of a sandstone rock wall above a pond, created as a memorial to Napoleon.

Day 9, Lucerne - Optional: Grindelwald First
Day 9, Lucerne - Optional: Grindelwald First

Following breakfast, travel to Stans, the starting point for a trip up the Stanserhorn by the funicular and cable car. CabriO is a two-deck cable car. The upper deck is accessible and provides excellent photo opportunities. Lucerne over 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. These snow-capped Alpine peaks are reflected in the blue, crystal-clear waterways. A Grindelwald-First-Aerial Gondola Ride is included in the ticket, as well as your choice of two additional activities. The Very First Flyer 2. The Glider's First Flight 3. A sled for the mountains Trotti Bike is the fourth bike on the list.

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

Proceed to Zurich by rail after breakfast, which will take around an hour. With innumerable events, different museums, its own cuisine festival, and Switzerland's most active nightlife, the city is buzzing with activity at all hours of the day and night. Check into the hotel once you've arrived in Zurich. After that, take a train to Schaffhausen to experience Europe's most powerful waterfall. The Rhine Falls, located in Switzerland, are Europe's most powerful waterfall. On the High Rhine, on the border between the cantons of Schaffhausen and Zürich, the falls can be found. Zurich for the night

Optional: Jungfraujoch

Take an early train to Interlaken and pay a small locker fee to retain your bags at the station. You arrive at Grindelwald after a picturesque train ride through the alps, where you board a magnificent cogwheel ride towards the top. Standing 3,454 metres above sea level on the Jungfraujoch, you can tell right once that you're in a different universe. It's one you have to see for yourself.

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

Check out and go to the railway station on your own today after breakfast. To go to Salzburg, take the train. It is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, both in terms of architecture and setting. This lovely city lies along the Salzach River on both sides. Arrive at the hotel and check in on your own (check in starts at 1500 hrs onwards). The remainder of the day is yours to do whatever you choose. Salzburg overnight.

Day 12, Salzburg
Day 12, Salzburg

After breakfast, explore the city of Salzburg. Enjoy a 1-day hop on/hop off tour of Salzburg and learn from an informative city commentary in 13 languages. Your hop-on, hop-off tour covers all the main attractions with 12 convenient stops. Overnight Salzburg.

Day 13, Salzburg – Venice
Day 13, Salzburg – Venice

After breakfast, check out and make your way to the train station to catch your train to Venice, popularly known as the Floating City because of its famous canals. The lagoon, as well as a portion of the city, are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Upon arrival, check in. Venice for the night.

Day 14, Venice
Day 14, Venice

Visit the Murano Burano glass factory following breakfast. This tour brings you to the islands of Venice, which are known not only for their handicrafts: Murano for its glass production, Burano for its lace, and Torcello, the jewel of an island where the first cathedral in Venice was built. Venice for the night.

Day 15, Venice – Florence
Day 15, Venice – Florence

We check out and drive to Florence after breakfast. Travel in Florence and thereafter take a half-day tour to Pisa from Florence, giving you the chance to see one of Italy's most famous cities. You begin our journey by walking up the Medieval walls to the mediaeval 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 16, Florence – Rome
Day 16, Florence – Rome

Visitors check out and travel to Rome after breakfast. The Eternal City is another name for the Italian capital. Throughout its roughly 2800-year history, Rome, the ancient Roman Empire's and Vatican City's capital, has held great power over the world. Settle inside and relax for the remainder of a day. Overnight stay in Rome.

Day 17, Rome
Day 17, Rome

Continue your exploration of Rome's "eternal city" with a 24-hour hop-on-hop-off ticket after breakfast. The Coliseum, Pantheon, Roman Forum, and Trevi Fountain are just a some of the stunning attractions you'll visit. Why not go buying at one of Rome's many boutiques later that afternoon? The evening is ideal for sampling the city's delectable Italian cuisine in Trastevere, a charming neighbourhood filled with small local eateries. Rome for a night

Optional: Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel
In the Vatican City, the Vatican Museums are public art and sculpture museums. The Sistine Chapel is a chapel in Vatican City's Apostolic Palace, which is the pope's official home.

Day 18, Depart Rome

After breakfast, you will check-out and depart for the Rome airport by private transfer.

  • 17 nights’ Accommodation
  • Swiss Travel Pass 2nd class 4 consecutive days
  • Private transfer London Airport – London Hotel
  • Private transfer Rome Hotel – Rome Airport
  • London to Amsterdam - 2nd class Eurostar Ticket
  • Amsterdam to Paris – 2nd Class train Ticket
  • Paris to Basel – 2nd Class Train Ticket
  • Zurich to Salzburg – 2nd Class Train Ticket
  • Salzburg to Venice – 2nd Class Train Ticket
  • Venice to Florence – 2nd Class Train Ticket
  • Florence to Rome – 2nd Class Train Ticket
  • Hop on Hop off tour of London – 1 day
  • London Eye Ticket
  • Amsterdam Canal Cruise 1 hr ticket
  • Seat in coach City tour of Paris with Seine Cruise & 2nd level Eiffel on Seat in Coach basis
  • Mt Titlis Ticket
  • Salzburg Hop on Hop Off pass 1 day
  • 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 .

18 Days 17 Nights


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

Tour's Location

Should I bring my euros and pounds with me on the trip?

When you first start your travel, don't bring too much cash with you even though your local bank might not be willing to give you the best currency rate.

Is it necessary for me to have a different phone number in Europe?

You can acquire a local SIM card or have your home country's service provider create an international plan for you. When purchasing a data card, for example, you must present acceptable identification, such as a passport, at the time of sale.

When is the best time to visit Europe?

Regardless of the fact that Europe is for a year tourist attraction, June to September are indeed the best times to explore. The weather is good, the sun is shining brightly, the beaches are warm, and the sun is shining brightly.

What documentation am I required to travel around Europe?

If you're travelling within the European Union, you'll need an ID card or a passport. Even when not, they cross a border, either (for example, via an airport). If you are staying in a European country, you should also be able to present an ID card or passport. A visa is also required in the some places.

How should I pack for a trip to Europe that will last more than ten days?

When considering how little to prepare for a 10-day trip, a good rule of thumb is to bring underwear and socks for each day, and no more than three pairs of shoes, six tops, one jacket or jumper, one elegant outfit, and some well-chosen extras for every two or three days of the trip.

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