13 Days 12 Nights
LONDON(2N) – PARIS (2N) – Lucerne (3N) – Venice (2N) – Florence (1N) – Rome (2N)
Holidays in Europe are never complete without a visit to London, Paris, Lucerne (Switzerland), and Italy! This 13-day, 12-night Europe Tour Package from India will cover them all. These four iconic tourist locations are known for their charms and draws, and they are four of the most visited cities in the world.
While London, the capital of the United Kingdom and a gateway to ancient civilizations and traditions, will enchant you with its beautiful beauty, the other cities on this tour will provide you with more. Fall in love all over again on a vacation to Paris and explore the romantic atmosphere that pervades this French fashion metropolis. In Lucerne, the Swiss Alps are waiting for you! Italy, the very last and not least avoid on this trip, has its own justification for being regarded as one of the best places to visit on the planet.
Welcome to London, among the most traveled cities on the planet. It has it all, from amazing culture and traditions to cutting-edge art and cuisine. Meet our car at the airport and drive to the hotel as you arrive in London. After checking in, spend the remainder of the day sightseeing in the city. If you're looking for some shopping, head to Oxford Street, which is home to Selfridges and other major department stores. London for the night.
Good morning, London. Begin your exploration of London with breakfast with a double-decker bus Hop-on-Hop-off tour. The trip includes three touring paths that take in all of the major attractions. Walking tours, a one-way Thames River Cruise, and the Kids Club are all included in the package. The permits are valid for a duration 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. As in evening, go to Leicester Square in the centre of London, where you'll find much to do and see, including the world's greatest musicals, eateries, pubs, etc that made London such a vibrant city. London for the night.
Take your own way to the railway station after breakfast to catch a train to Paris, France's capital. The "City of Light" or "City of Love" is how the city is referred to. Paris's streets are brimming with culture, art, beauty, and history. Stroll along the Seine and the Champs-Elysees, stopping at a café along the way. Paris for the night.
Following breakfast, take a tour of Paris which includes a Seine River Cruise and access 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 landmarks. Our package offers a visit to the Eiffel Tower's 2nd floor for stunning views of the city, a comprehensive city tour by coach, and an hour-long boat ride on the Seine. Why just not spend the evening exploring the Latin Quarter, which is known for its lively atmosphere and bistros? Paris for the night
1) Perhaps visit the Louvre Museum to catch a glimpse of Mona Lisa. Paris has amazing shopping and Galeries Lafayette on Boulevard Haussman is well worth a visit.
2) Lido Show: In the evening, perhaps, visit one of the Paris cabarets, such as the Lido.
Following breakfast, check out and make your own way to Paris Gare du Lyon Station, where you will take the high-speed TGV train to Basel, where you will connect to a 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 .
To visit Mt. Titlis, take the morning train to Engelberg. 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 and proceed to the pier just across from the railway station. The boating 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 breath of fresh air on the outside deck. Take a nice long stroll down the antique and wooden Kappelbrucke (Chapel bridge) in the evening to witness the legendary Napoleon-era Lion Monument—a large dying lion carved out of a wall of sandstone rock above a pond, created as a memorial for Swiss troops. Lucerne overnight.
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
1.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.Price Includes: Grindelwald - First - aerial gondola ride plus your choice of any two activities.
Activities: 1. First Flyer 2. First Glider 3. Mountain cart 4. Trotti Bike.
2.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. 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. 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!
Take a train from Lucerne to Venice. Venice is an attractive city that has an intoxicating effect on visitors. It's dreamy and romantic, with a hint of mystery and drama in the background. Venice for the night.
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 in which the first cathedral in Venice were built. Venice for the night.
Travel by rail from Venice to Florence, the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance. The city is a cultural, aesthetic, and architectural treasure. Land in Florence and afterwards take a half-day tour to Pisa from Florence, offering the chance to see one of Italy's most famous cities. We begin this tour 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.
Continue on to Rome from Florence. The Colosseum, the Roman Forum, and a huge metropolis of Classical architecture are among Rome's most recognised attractions. But the city is famed for more than its old history: it is home to the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain, amazing food, parks, and art, as well as a thriving film industry. Check in and relax for the remainder of the day. Rome for a night.
Begin your exploration of "the eternal city" of Rome with a 24-hour hop-on-hop-off pass after breakfast. The Coliseum, the Pantheon, the Roman Forum, and the Trevi Fountain are just a few of the incredible places you'll visit. Why not go shopping at one of Rome's various boutiques later in the afternoon? After breakfast, start your sightseeing of "the eternal city" of Rome with a 24-hour hop-on-hop-off pass. The Coliseum, Pantheon, Roman Forum, and Trevi Fountain are just a some of the breathtaking sights you'll see. Later this afternoon, why not just go shopping in one of Rome's many boutiques? The evening offers the perfect time to enjoy the city's delectable Italian cuisine in Trastevere, a charming neighbourhood full of tiny local eateries. Overnight stay in Rome.
Optional Tour: 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.
After breakfast, you will check-out and depart for Rome Airport by private transfer.
Rome, Italy: Interesting Facts
• The Colosseum Had Its Gory Days.
• The Romans Loved Water.
• It Took 150 Years to Build St Peter's Basilica.
• Ancient Rome Had High-Rise Buildings and a Mall.
• The Pantheon Is a Giant Sundial.
• You Could Get Take-Out in Ancient Rome.
• Cats Rule the Roost in Rome.
• All Roads Did Lead to Rome.
Venice is known as the 'City of Canals' for its stunning bridges, gondola rides, atmospheric streets, and carnival celebrations, among other things. Venice with its lagoon, which is made up of 118 islands, is one of the world's most unusual cities.
Cars are absolutely prohibited in Venice, which should come as no surprise considering the city's well-known lack of roadways, let alone its famed gondolas and vaporettoes (water-buses). The tourists, on the other hand, appeared to be unaware that the city was a car-free zone.
The rise in water levels as a result of man-made climate change is in addition to the historical causes owing to a lack of appropriate land support systems (technically,'subsidence'). More and more windows are being covered by the Venice canals.