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Trip Duration: 8 Nights / 9 Days
Itinerary: 1 Nights Amsterdam | 1 Nights St Goar | 1 Nights Munich | 2 Nights Venice | 1 Nights Lucerne | 2 Nights Paris

Contiki European Magic

This package includes:
Hotel Stay
Breakfast
Transfers
Included hotels (or similar):
Amsterdam - |
St Goar - |
Munich - |
...More Hotels (3)
Standard
Starting from
INR 140,410
per person on twin share
Phone Booking
Day 1 - Amsterdam

Meet up with your Contiki team before we hit the road and take a ferry past the White Cliffs of Dover. Next stop: the buzzing, free-wheeling city of Amsterdam. Check out Amsterdam's eye-opening Red Light District, where the creative and wacky come together on narrow cobbled streets, 24/7.

With an optional evening canal cruise, you've got a chance to get to know the group, unwind with a few drinks and uncover Amsterdam at water level. Get some pointers on the city's hot spots from your Trip Manager and head into town for a fun night out.

Hotel, Dinner.

Canal Cruise (1.5 hours) Euro 31.50

Day 2 - St Goar

Experience Amsterdam's coffee shops, museums and cool, quirky boutiques. In your free time, wander along shady canals and pass gabled houses or hop on two wheels like the laid-back locals and bike through the centre of town. Chill out while the coach follows the Rhine River, weaving through valleys dotted with castles and vineyards.

Next stop - the pretty, old-world village of St. Goar, complete with fairy tale castle and the world's largest free-hanging cuckoo clock! Kick back with a glass of local wine and choose to find out more with the optional wine tasting in a candlelit underground cellar.

Hotel, Breakfast and Dinner

Wine tasting Euro 9.00

Day 3 - Munich

Travelling south, pull into the home of the world-famous Oktoberfest, Munich - a city that blends traditional Bavarian culture with modern lifestyle. Explore the heart of Munich's old town with the crew, and head to Marienplatz. It's a central gathering spot famous for the Glockenspiel - a Gothic clock, complete with 32 dancing figures and 43 chiming bells.

Get off the beaten track and onto Munich's side streets with our Local Guide on a fun biking tour around the city - it's a great way to see the sights. Then, get a taste of tradition at a typical beer hall. Park yourself at a long wooden table, order yourself some hearty local food, like roasted pork knuckle, and quench your thirst with a stein of one of Germany's 5000 brews.

Hotel, Breakfast

Day 4 - Venice

On the coach, take it easy and catch up on some sleep or watch the world go by as we wind through the Bavarian Alps and the Brenner Pass to Italy, land of passion! But first, pull into Innsbruck, a down-to-earth student city.

Walk around the medieval streets of the old town, grab some lunch, and check out Innsbruck's landmark Golden Roof and Royal Palace. Make sure you catch a glimpse of the impressive Olympic Ski Jump, used in both the 1964 and 1976 Winter Olympics.

Hotel, Breakfast and Dinner

Day 5 - Venice

Known as the "floating city", Venice is packed with character, crammed with hidden lanes and linked by a network of canals. The group travels on our private boat through the waters of the lagoon to visit the city's historical heart. The limestone Bridge of Sighs, the Gothic arches of the Doge's Palace and the expanse of St. Mark's Square (pigeons and all!) show off Venice's unique beauty and way of life.

Take some time to explore the floating city and lose yourself in the backstreets. There's an optional walking tour where you can discover the labyrinth of interweaving lanes, waterways, palaces, piazzi and markets with our Local Guide. You'll see historic monuments, hidden treasures and the Rialto market - a local favourite for food shopping. Maybe grab a table on St. Mark's Square and eat some delicious Italian food al fresco. Cap off the day with an optional gondola ride & share this amazing experience with your friends - seeing Venice from on the water is unforgettable!

Hotel, Breakfast

Secrets of Venice Walking Tour Euro 11.00
Gondola ride Euro 23.00
Venetian Dinner Euro 37.50
Venice Group Photo Euro 11.00
Trip t-shirts From Euro 21.00 - 32.00

Day 6 - Lucerne

Catch a glimpse of stunning Lake Como as we make our way into the massive Swiss Alps. With covered wooden bridges, cobbled lanes and quaint buildings, Lucerne's centre is perfect to explore on foot. Also to stock up on lots of genuine Swiss chocolate! Your Trip Manager can give you pointers on where to pick up the best-priced watches that Switzerland is so famous for. This evening, choose an optional cruise on one of Europe's most striking lakes, where stunning scenes of the Swiss Alps reflect back across the water.

Hotel, Dinner and Breakfast

Mt. Stanserhorn (Summer Only) Euro 51.00
Lake Lucerne Cruise (Summer Only) Euro 25.00

Day 7 - Paris

With down-time on the coach, plug in your MP3, chill out to some music and chat with friends while travelling through the scenic wine producing region of Burgundy. Tonight, the group kick-starts Paris with the 'Tour of Illuminations', which shows off the French capital's transformation into the "City of Lights". Lamp-lit bridges and cool little cafes give us a real taste of Paris' romance.

Your Trip Manager will fill you in on the world's most-recognised monuments, like the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe. Then get a stunning view of the entire city with included entry to the top of the Eiffel Tower. Oui, oui, Paris!

Hotel, Dinner and Breakfast

Day 8 - Paris

Next up: Fragonard! This perfumery has an elegant interior and is a unique setting for a look into the history of perfume. It's also a chance to pick up some French perfume at great prices. This town is loaded with possibilities. Discover its many bistros, museums, tree-lined avenues and diverse quartiers (neighbourhoods). Get a feel for French flair by window shopping on the Left Bank. Step into the Notre Dame or explore the endless galleries of the Louvre, where you can get up close to the famous Mona Lisa.

In your free time, try indulging in some delicious pastries and relax in one of Paris' many city parks. Tonight is the last night with your friends, so make it special. Treat yourself to the full Parisian experience with a cabaret show, complete with can-can girls, dinner and Champagne. But don't stop there - afterwards hit the clubs and finish up your travels with a big Parisian night out.

Hotel, Breakfast

Moulin Rouge Dinner & Show Euro 157.00

Day 9 - Paris

This morning after breakfast we transfer you to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (estimated arrival 10:00am) where your trip ends. Or choose to take a complimentary transfer to central London & extend your stay.

Breakfast


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Validity From : April 8, 2018
Validity To : October 8, 2018

Fixed Departures :
May, 2018 - 27 (Sun)
June, 2018 - 10 (Sun),17 (Sun),24 (Sun)
July, 2018 - 01 (Sun),04 (Wed),11 (Wed),15 (Sun),22 (Sun),29 (Sun)
August, 2018 - 12 (Sun),19 (Sun)
September, 2018 - 02 (Sun),09 (Sun),16 (Sun),23 (Sun),30 (Sun)

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Trip Duration: 3 Nights / 4 Days
Itinerary: 3 Nights Amsterdam

Experience Amsterdam, the capital of Holland, with its mix of old world charm and a modern attitu ... More

This package includes:
Hotel Stay
Breakfast
Sightseeing
Transfers
Included hotels (or similar):
Amsterdam -
Starting from
INR 46,661
per person on twin share
Phone Booking
Day 1 - Amsterdam

On arrival in Amsterdam, you will be met and transferred to your hotel by private vehicle. The rest of the day is at leisure to explore the wonders of this bustling city on your own. Or take an optional tour and enjoy an evening on a canal cruise in a glass topped boat admiring the magnificient view of the city. Overnight stay in Amsterdam.

Day 2 - Amsterdam

Today, cruise around the city's canals and explore Amsterdam at your own pace with a Canal Day Pass. This pass offers a perfect opportunity travelling around Amsterdam with its wealth of waterways. You can join the cruise from the various pick up spots throughout the city and disembark at any point. Later, experience the world of Heineken, its history and discover the brewing process of the most popular beer - Heineken on the Heineken Experience tour. Overnight stay in Amsterdam.

Breakfast at Hotel

Day 3 - Amsterdam

Today enjoy a full day Grand Holland Tour. Visit to the 185-metre Euromast tower for bird's eyeview of city and port. Visit the city of Delft, where you visit to the Royal Delft Blue Experience, one of the few remaining Dutch ceramic factories. Visit the Hague, driving thru the city & making a photo stop at the Peace Palace and lastly visit the miniature city of Madurodam. Overnight stay in Amsterdam.

Breakfast at Hotel

Day 4 - Amsterdam

Today, you will be transferred to Amsterdam airport for your flight back home (seat in coach transfer).

Breakfast at Hotel


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Validity From : April 1, 2018
Validity To : March 31, 2019


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Day 1 - Amsterdam

On arrival in Amsterdam, you will be met and transferred to your hotel by private vehicle. The rest of the day is at leisure to explore the wonders of this bustling city on your own. Or take an optional tour and enjoy an evening on a canal cruise in a glass topped boat admiring the magnificient view of the city. Overnight stay in Amsterdam.

Day 2 - Amsterdam

Today, cruise around the city's canals and explore Amsterdam at your own pace with a Canal Day Pass. This pass offers a perfect opportunity travelling around Amsterdam with its wealth of waterways. You can join the cruise from the various pick up spots throughout the city and disembark at any point. Later, experience the world of Heineken, its history and discover the brewing process of the most popular beer - Heineken on the Heineken Experience tour. Overnight stay in Amsterdam.

Breakfast at Hotel

Day 3 - Amsterdam

Today enjoy a full day Grand Holland Tour. Visit to the 185-metre Euromast tower for bird's eyeview of city and port. Visit the city of Delft, where you visit to the Royal Delft Blue Experience, one of the few remaining Dutch ceramic factories. Visit the Hague, driving thru the city & making a photo stop at the Peace Palace and lastly visit the miniature city of Madurodam. Overnight stay in Amsterdam.

Breakfast at Hotel

Day 4 - Amsterdam

Today, you will be transferred to Amsterdam airport for your flight back home (seat in coach transfer).

Breakfast at Hotel


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Validity From : April 1, 2018
Validity To : March 31, 2019


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Day 1 - Amsterdam

On arrival in Amsterdam, you will be met and transferred to your hotel by private vehicle. The rest of the day is at leisure to explore the wonders of this bustling city on your own. Or take an optional tour and enjoy an evening on a canal cruise in a glass topped boat admiring the magnificient view of the city. Overnight stay in Amsterdam.

Day 2 - Amsterdam

Today, cruise around the city's canals and explore Amsterdam at your own pace with a Canal Day Pass. This pass offers a perfect opportunity travelling around Amsterdam with its wealth of waterways. You can join the cruise from the various pick up spots throughout the city and disembark at any point. Later, experience the world of Heineken, its history and discover the brewing process of the most popular beer - Heineken on the Heineken Experience tour. Overnight stay in Amsterdam.

Breakfast at Hotel

Day 3 - Amsterdam

Today enjoy a full day Grand Holland Tour. Visit to the 185-metre Euromast tower for bird's eyeview of city and port. Visit the city of Delft, where you visit to the Royal Delft Blue Experience, one of the few remaining Dutch ceramic factories. Visit the Hague, driving thru the city & making a photo stop at the Peace Palace and lastly visit the miniature city of Madurodam. Overnight stay in Amsterdam.

Breakfast at Hotel

Day 4 - Amsterdam

Today, you will be transferred to Amsterdam airport for your flight back home (seat in coach transfer).

Breakfast at Hotel


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Validity From : April 1, 2018
Validity To : March 31, 2019


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Trip Duration: 6 Nights / 7 Days
Itinerary: 2 Nights Amsterdam | 1 Nights Rotterdam | 1 Nights Arnhem | 1 Nights Groningen | 1 Nights Amsterdam

Best of the Netherlands

This package includes:
Hotel Stay
Breakfast
Sightseeing
Transfers
Included hotels (or similar):
Amsterdam - |
Rotterdam - |
Arnhem - |
...More Hotels (2)
Standard
Starting from
INR 89,202
per person on twin share
Phone Booking
Day 1 - Amsterdam

Check into your hotel. The rest of the day is free to explore Amsterdam on your own. Tonight, meet your Tour Director and fellow travelers. (D)

Day 2 - Amsterdam

For centuries, this tiny nation of seafaring traders played a leading role in world history. It reclaimed 40% of its territory from the hostile sea, and produces a healthy agricultural surplus in the midst of Europes most densely populated area-yet Holland manages to remain quaint and scenic. Your day begins with sightseeing with a Local Guide pointing out the city highlights. Later, see the city from a different perspective on the CANAL CRUISE. Watch skilled craftsmen cut and polish precious stones at a DIAMOND CENTER. Time in the afternoon to explore on your own or to join an optional excursion. (B)

Day 3 - Amsterdam,Rotterdam

Begin your day with a visit to the fascinating AALSMEER FLOWER AUCTION or, from April to mid May, when the tulips bloom, see some of the 7 million flowers on your visit to world-famous KEUKENHOF, one of the world's largest flower gardens (weather permitting). Carry on to historic Delft for a visit of the famous ROYAL DELFT POTTERY FACTORY. See how this precious pottery is made and marvel at its magnificent collection of hand-painted earthenware. Continue on to Rotterdam, the world's busiest port to marvel at the city's futuristic architecture. (B)

Day 4 - Rotterdam,Arnhem

Today is all about recent history. Visit Groesbeek, where Allied forces launched Operation Market Garden during WWII, the largest airborne battle in history and the only major Allied defeat of the northwest Europe campaign. Also explore the NATIONAL LIBERATION MUSEUM, which commemorates Holland's occupation and liberation during the war. Next is Arnhem, site of the disastrous Battle of Arnhem, where you will see John Frost Bridge, named for the commander of the British forces that held the bridge for four days. Enjoy time on your own to do some independent exploring. (B,D)

Day 5 - Arnhem,Groningen

This morning, head for the rustic town of Staphorst, dating back to the 13th century when monks began cultivating the area’s bogs and swamps. Inhabitants today still live according to strict Calvinist principles. Stop in the quaint village of Giethoorn, built on canals but very different from busy cities like Venice or Amsterdam. Spend the night in the provincial capital of Groningen. (B)

Day 6 - Groningen,Amsterdam

Explore Groningen this morning, an important trade center in the 13th century that today is hailed as the "World Cycling City." Later, enjoy a scenic drive through the lovely Frisian Lake District. Cross over the 19-mile Barrier Dam, which is part of an incredible system of 1,200 miles of dikes, dams, and dunes built over the last 900 years to protect the part of Holland that is below sea level. Visit a renowned wooden clog and Dutch cheese workshop in Zaanse Schans. Continue to the fishing village of Volendam, then arrive back in Amsterdam to enjoy a farewell dinner at a local restaurant. (B,D)

Day 7 - Amsterdam

Your vacation ends with breakfast this morning. (B)


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Validity From : April 7, 2018
Validity To : October 31, 2018

Fixed Departures :
May, 2018 - 26 (Sat)
June, 2018 - 02 (Sat),23 (Sat),30 (Sat)
July, 2018 - 28 (Sat)
August, 2018 - 04 (Sat),25 (Sat)
September, 2018 - 01 (Sat),08 (Sat),22 (Sat),29 (Sat)
October, 2018 - 06 (Sat)

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Trip Duration: 7 Nights / 8 Days
Itinerary: 2 Nights Paris | 2 Nights Eindhoven | 1 Nights Rhineland | 2 Nights Chamonix

Paris - the City of Lights, lives up to its name after dark. The treasures along your route will ... More

This package includes:
Round-trip Flights
Hotel Stay
Breakfast
Sightseeing
Transfers
Visa
Included hotels (or similar):
Paris - Campanile Roissy |
Eindhoven - NH Eindhoven Conference Centre Koningshof |
Rhineland - Excelsior Ludwigshafen |
...More Hotels (1)
OFFER:
Salebration Offer + Discount Offer
Standard
Starting from
INR 115,028
per person on twin share
Phone Booking
Day 1 - Paris

Welcome to your 'European Gems' tour.

On arrival, your representative will greet you at the 'designated meeting point' at the exit. After immigration and customs, transfer comfortably to your hotel (check-in after 1600 hours).

We takes care to schedule your sightseeing the next day so that you can relax after your long flight and get over your jetlag.

Overnight in Paris.

Dinner at an Indian restaurant

Day 2 - Paris

Start the day taking in the dazzling overview of the glittering city as you ascend by an elevator to the 2nd level of the Eiffel Tower!

Enjoy a guided panoramic highlight city tour visiting famous monuments like the Pyramid of the Louvre, Garnier's Opera, the largest opera theatre in the world, the River Seine, the Place de la Concorde - the site of the infamous guillotine, the Champs Elysees - one of the most fashionable streets in the world, the Napoleanic Arc de Triomphe and the Hotel des Invalides.

The evening is at leisure. You have an option to enjoy 'Gala Evening in Paris' and experience the joie de vivre of 'Gaie Paris'.

Overnight in Paris.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 3 - Eindhoven

Today, proceed on to Brussels.

On arrival, a walking orientation tour takes you to the magnificent Gothic St. Michael and St. Gudula Cathedral. Then via Galeries Saint Hubert - the world's first shopping mall, opened in 1847, to the Grand Place, Europe's most beautiful square. This exquisite market square is the main tourist attraction of the city. Shop here (time permitting) for world famous Belgian lace, chocolate and Belgian waffles dusted with caramelized sugar.

Also see the Manneken Pis (photo stop) - the cheeky statue of a boy, representing the "irreverent spirit" of Brussels, which has drawn sightseers for centuries.

Later, continue your drive to your hotel in Netherlands and check-in.

Overnight in Netherlands.

Breakfast and Indian dinner at the hotel

Day 4 - Eindhoven

Drive through Dutch countryside. Let the windmills which still wield their magic enchant you. There's a photo stop at one.

Then, drive to Amsterdam. Clogs, Cheese and Holland are inseparable and a factory visit demonstrates this business. The canals beckon as you board a glass topped boat and glide past regal mansions, houseboats and bridges. A canal cruise in Amsterdam is a rewarding experience. Spend some leisure time at Dam Square with the Nieuwe Kerk (New Church), the Royal Palace and the National Monument.

Overnight in Netherlands.

Breakfast and Indian dinner at the hotel

Day 5 - Rhineland

Continue your scenic drive to Cologne, the metropolis on River Rhine, where on arrival you will visit the Cathedral - the first Gothic Church in Rhineland with its characteristic spires.

Proceed on to Heidelberg, situated in the valley of the River Neckar and world famous for its romantic castle and picturesque old town with awe inspiring surroundings.

Enjoy some leisure time at the 'Altstadt' - an old section of the town.

Later, after dinner, check-in to your hotel.

Overnight in Rhineland.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 6 - Chamonix

This morning, sit back and relax on an enjoyable drive through the Black Forest to arrive at Drubba - the alpine nest of the Cuckoo Clock situated in the unique Hollental (Hell's Valley), directly at the mouth of the Ravennaschult (Ravenna Glen). Witness a demonstration to explain the making of authentic cuckoo clocks in their original form, each piece carefully crafted for precision! The Cuckoo clock is said to have originated between 1740 and 1750 and has remained more or less unchanged in its unique design. A visit here is a memorable experience.

Enjoy a comfortable drive to the scenic splendour of Chamonix Mont Blanc. It's 'Love at first sight' as you enter the beautiful Chamonix Valley and the majestic mountains of the Mont Blanc range.

Arrive and check-in to your hotel.

Overnight in Chamonix.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 7 - Chamonix

Today, enjoy an excursion tour. Ride on the highest and most impressive cable car, the Aiguille du Midi, lifts you to 3842 meters for an unforgettable view of the alps.

The more fearless will take A STEP INTO THE VOID, onto a 2.50 m glass cage out over a 1000 m precipice. A product of modern architectural and technical prowess and a sensation packed experience.

The Aiguille du Midi has its own postage stamp and a letterbox!

Continue your excursion with a ride on the nostalgic red cog railway to Montenvers. The train climbs a steep track, through scenic Alpine scenery, to a stunning vantage point above the \'Mer de Glace\' (sea of ice) Glacier.

You know you\'ve really arrived when you stand at 1913 meters, at the \'Mer de Glace\', which is 7 km long and 200 meters thick, with a surface dimension of 40 km! A crystal gallery, a wildlife exhibition, an ice garden and the famous ice grotto 100 meters long, carved each year into the heart of the glacier, awaits you! After dinner, return to your hotel. Overnight in Chamonix.

Day 8 - Chamonix

Today, proceed on to Lucerne which consists picturesque mountains, lakes, cowbells, alpine villages and meadows, the poignant Lion Monument, the covered, wooden Kapellbrucke (Chapel bridge), and the ornate Jesuit Church. You will have another encounter with the marvels of Swiss shopping.

Then, continue on a scenic drive to the city of Zurich, where on arrival, you will proceed on an orientation tour strolling down Bahnhofstrasse - the city's fanciest shopping street, past famous sites like Peterskirche (St. Peter's Church) situated in a medieval square, famous for its 16th century clock, the largest clock face in Europe. The elegant copper spire of the Fraumunster found in the 9th century with impressive stained glass windows. Across the Limmat River, you will get a view of the beautiful Romanesque and Gothic Cathedral dedicated to Zurich's patron saints.

Good times need never end! As you transfer to the airport for your flight back home, relive the high points of your 'European Gems' tour. We are confident you will join us again sometime soon.

Breakfast at the hotel and lunch at an Indian restaurant.


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  • Round-trip Flights
  • Hotel Stay
  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing
  • Transfers
  • Visa

Exclusions

  • Charges Not Mentioned
  • Entrance Fees
  • Personal Expenses
  • Porter Charges
  • Surcharges
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Validity From : April 1, 2018
Validity To : July 31, 2018

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Day 1 - Paris

Welcome to your 'European Gems' tour.

On arrival, your representative will greet you at the 'designated meeting point' at the exit. After immigration and customs, transfer comfortably to your hotel (check-in after 1600 hours).

We takes care to schedule your sightseeing the next day so that you can relax after your long flight and get over your jetlag.

Overnight in Paris.

Dinner at an Indian restaurant

Day 2 - Paris

Start the day taking in the dazzling overview of the glittering city as you ascend by an elevator to the 2nd level of the Eiffel Tower!

Enjoy a guided panoramic highlight city tour visiting famous monuments like the Pyramid of the Louvre, Garnier's Opera, the largest opera theatre in the world, the River Seine, the Place de la Concorde - the site of the infamous guillotine, the Champs Elysees - one of the most fashionable streets in the world, the Napoleanic Arc de Triomphe and the Hotel des Invalides.

The evening is at leisure. You have an option to enjoy 'Gala Evening in Paris' and experience the joie de vivre of 'Gaie Paris'.

Overnight in Paris.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 3 - Eindhoven

Today, proceed on to Brussels.

On arrival, a walking orientation tour takes you to the magnificent Gothic St. Michael and St. Gudula Cathedral. Then via Galeries Saint Hubert - the world's first shopping mall, opened in 1847, to the Grand Place, Europe's most beautiful square. This exquisite market square is the main tourist attraction of the city. Shop here (time permitting) for world famous Belgian lace, chocolate and Belgian waffles dusted with caramelized sugar.

Also see the Manneken Pis (photo stop) - the cheeky statue of a boy, representing the "irreverent spirit" of Brussels, which has drawn sightseers for centuries.

Later, continue your drive to your hotel in Netherlands and check-in.

Overnight in Netherlands.

Breakfast and Indian dinner at the hotel

Day 4 - Eindhoven

Drive through Dutch countryside. Let the windmills which still wield their magic enchant you. There's a photo stop at one.

Then, drive to Amsterdam. Clogs, Cheese and Holland are inseparable and a factory visit demonstrates this business. The canals beckon as you board a glass topped boat and glide past regal mansions, houseboats and bridges. A canal cruise in Amsterdam is a rewarding experience. Spend some leisure time at Dam Square with the Nieuwe Kerk (New Church), the Royal Palace and the National Monument.

Overnight in Netherlands.

Breakfast and Indian dinner at the hotel

Day 5 - Rhineland

Continue your scenic drive to Cologne, the metropolis on River Rhine, where on arrival you will visit the Cathedral - the first Gothic Church in Rhineland with its characteristic spires.

Proceed on to Heidelberg, situated in the valley of the River Neckar and world famous for its romantic castle and picturesque old town with awe inspiring surroundings.

Enjoy some leisure time at the 'Altstadt' - an old section of the town.

Later, after dinner, check-in to your hotel.

Overnight in Rhineland.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 6 - Chamonix

This morning, sit back and relax on an enjoyable drive through the Black Forest to arrive at Drubba - the alpine nest of the Cuckoo Clock situated in the unique Hollental (Hell's Valley), directly at the mouth of the Ravennaschult (Ravenna Glen). Witness a demonstration to explain the making of authentic cuckoo clocks in their original form, each piece carefully crafted for precision! The Cuckoo clock is said to have originated between 1740 and 1750 and has remained more or less unchanged in its unique design. A visit here is a memorable experience.

Enjoy a comfortable drive to the scenic splendour of Chamonix Mont Blanc. It's 'Love at first sight' as you enter the beautiful Chamonix Valley and the majestic mountains of the Mont Blanc range.

Arrive and check-in to your hotel.

Overnight in Chamonix.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 7 - Chamonix

Today, enjoy an excursion tour. Ride on the highest and most impressive cable car, the Aiguille du Midi, lifts you to 3842 meters for an unforgettable view of the alps.

The more fearless will take A STEP INTO THE VOID, onto a 2.50 m glass cage out over a 1000 m precipice. A product of modern architectural and technical prowess and a sensation packed experience.

The Aiguille du Midi has its own postage stamp and a letterbox!

Continue your excursion with a ride on the nostalgic red cog railway to Montenvers. The train climbs a steep track, through scenic Alpine scenery, to a stunning vantage point above the \'Mer de Glace\' (sea of ice) Glacier.

You know you\'ve really arrived when you stand at 1913 meters, at the \'Mer de Glace\', which is 7 km long and 200 meters thick, with a surface dimension of 40 km! A crystal gallery, a wildlife exhibition, an ice garden and the famous ice grotto 100 meters long, carved each year into the heart of the glacier, awaits you! After dinner, return to your hotel. Overnight in Chamonix.

Day 8 - Chamonix

Today, proceed on to Lucerne which consists picturesque mountains, lakes, cowbells, alpine villages and meadows, the poignant Lion Monument, the covered, wooden Kapellbrucke (Chapel bridge), and the ornate Jesuit Church. You will have another encounter with the marvels of Swiss shopping.

Then, continue on a scenic drive to the city of Zurich, where on arrival, you will proceed on an orientation tour strolling down Bahnhofstrasse - the city's fanciest shopping street, past famous sites like Peterskirche (St. Peter's Church) situated in a medieval square, famous for its 16th century clock, the largest clock face in Europe. The elegant copper spire of the Fraumunster found in the 9th century with impressive stained glass windows. Across the Limmat River, you will get a view of the beautiful Romanesque and Gothic Cathedral dedicated to Zurich's patron saints.

Good times need never end! As you transfer to the airport for your flight back home, relive the high points of your 'European Gems' tour. We are confident you will join us again sometime soon.

Breakfast at the hotel and lunch at an Indian restaurant.


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Inclusions

  • Round-trip Flights
  • Hotel Stay
  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing
  • Transfers
  • Visa

Exclusions

  • Charges Not Mentioned
  • Entrance Fees
  • Personal Expenses
  • Porter Charges
  • Surcharges
  • Tips

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Validity From : April 1, 2018
Validity To : July 31, 2018

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Day 1 - Paris

Welcome to your 'European Gems' tour.

On arrival, your representative will greet you at the 'designated meeting point' at the exit. After immigration and customs, transfer comfortably to your hotel (check-in after 1600 hours).

We takes care to schedule your sightseeing the next day so that you can relax after your long flight and get over your jetlag.

Overnight in Paris.

Dinner at an Indian restaurant

Day 2 - Paris

Start the day taking in the dazzling overview of the glittering city as you ascend by an elevator to the 2nd level of the Eiffel Tower!

Enjoy a guided panoramic highlight city tour visiting famous monuments like the Pyramid of the Louvre, Garnier's Opera, the largest opera theatre in the world, the River Seine, the Place de la Concorde - the site of the infamous guillotine, the Champs Elysees - one of the most fashionable streets in the world, the Napoleanic Arc de Triomphe and the Hotel des Invalides.

The evening is at leisure. You have an option to enjoy 'Gala Evening in Paris' and experience the joie de vivre of 'Gaie Paris'.

Overnight in Paris.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 3 - Eindhoven

Today, proceed on to Brussels.

On arrival, a walking orientation tour takes you to the magnificent Gothic St. Michael and St. Gudula Cathedral. Then via Galeries Saint Hubert - the world's first shopping mall, opened in 1847, to the Grand Place, Europe's most beautiful square. This exquisite market square is the main tourist attraction of the city. Shop here (time permitting) for world famous Belgian lace, chocolate and Belgian waffles dusted with caramelized sugar.

Also see the Manneken Pis (photo stop) - the cheeky statue of a boy, representing the "irreverent spirit" of Brussels, which has drawn sightseers for centuries.

Later, continue your drive to your hotel in Netherlands and check-in.

Overnight in Netherlands.

Breakfast and Indian dinner at the hotel

Day 4 - Eindhoven

Drive through Dutch countryside. Let the windmills which still wield their magic enchant you. There's a photo stop at one.

Then, drive to Amsterdam. Clogs, Cheese and Holland are inseparable and a factory visit demonstrates this business. The canals beckon as you board a glass topped boat and glide past regal mansions, houseboats and bridges. A canal cruise in Amsterdam is a rewarding experience. Spend some leisure time at Dam Square with the Nieuwe Kerk (New Church), the Royal Palace and the National Monument.

Overnight in Netherlands.

Breakfast and Indian dinner at the hotel

Day 5 - Rhineland

Continue your scenic drive to Cologne, the metropolis on River Rhine, where on arrival you will visit the Cathedral - the first Gothic Church in Rhineland with its characteristic spires.

Proceed on to Heidelberg, situated in the valley of the River Neckar and world famous for its romantic castle and picturesque old town with awe inspiring surroundings.

Enjoy some leisure time at the 'Altstadt' - an old section of the town.

Later, after dinner, check-in to your hotel.

Overnight in Rhineland.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 6 - Chamonix

This morning, sit back and relax on an enjoyable drive through the Black Forest to arrive at Drubba - the alpine nest of the Cuckoo Clock situated in the unique Hollental (Hell's Valley), directly at the mouth of the Ravennaschult (Ravenna Glen). Witness a demonstration to explain the making of authentic cuckoo clocks in their original form, each piece carefully crafted for precision! The Cuckoo clock is said to have originated between 1740 and 1750 and has remained more or less unchanged in its unique design. A visit here is a memorable experience.

Enjoy a comfortable drive to the scenic splendour of Chamonix Mont Blanc. It's 'Love at first sight' as you enter the beautiful Chamonix Valley and the majestic mountains of the Mont Blanc range.

Arrive and check-in to your hotel.

Overnight in Chamonix.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 7 - Chamonix

Today, enjoy an excursion tour. Ride on the highest and most impressive cable car, the Aiguille du Midi, lifts you to 3842 meters for an unforgettable view of the alps.

The more fearless will take A STEP INTO THE VOID, onto a 2.50 m glass cage out over a 1000 m precipice. A product of modern architectural and technical prowess and a sensation packed experience.

The Aiguille du Midi has its own postage stamp and a letterbox!

Continue your excursion with a ride on the nostalgic red cog railway to Montenvers. The train climbs a steep track, through scenic Alpine scenery, to a stunning vantage point above the \'Mer de Glace\' (sea of ice) Glacier.

You know you\'ve really arrived when you stand at 1913 meters, at the \'Mer de Glace\', which is 7 km long and 200 meters thick, with a surface dimension of 40 km! A crystal gallery, a wildlife exhibition, an ice garden and the famous ice grotto 100 meters long, carved each year into the heart of the glacier, awaits you! After dinner, return to your hotel. Overnight in Chamonix.

Day 8 - Chamonix

Today, proceed on to Lucerne which consists picturesque mountains, lakes, cowbells, alpine villages and meadows, the poignant Lion Monument, the covered, wooden Kapellbrucke (Chapel bridge), and the ornate Jesuit Church. You will have another encounter with the marvels of Swiss shopping.

Then, continue on a scenic drive to the city of Zurich, where on arrival, you will proceed on an orientation tour strolling down Bahnhofstrasse - the city's fanciest shopping street, past famous sites like Peterskirche (St. Peter's Church) situated in a medieval square, famous for its 16th century clock, the largest clock face in Europe. The elegant copper spire of the Fraumunster found in the 9th century with impressive stained glass windows. Across the Limmat River, you will get a view of the beautiful Romanesque and Gothic Cathedral dedicated to Zurich's patron saints.

Good times need never end! As you transfer to the airport for your flight back home, relive the high points of your 'European Gems' tour. We are confident you will join us again sometime soon.

Breakfast at the hotel and lunch at an Indian restaurant.


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  • Hotel Stay
  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing
  • Transfers
  • Visa

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  • Charges Not Mentioned
  • Entrance Fees
  • Personal Expenses
  • Porter Charges
  • Surcharges
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Validity To : July 31, 2018

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Day 1 - Paris

Welcome to your 'European Gems' tour.

On arrival, your representative will greet you at the 'designated meeting point' at the exit. After immigration and customs, transfer comfortably to your hotel (check-in after 1600 hours).

We takes care to schedule your sightseeing the next day so that you can relax after your long flight and get over your jetlag.

Overnight in Paris.

Dinner at an Indian restaurant

Day 2 - Paris

Start the day taking in the dazzling overview of the glittering city as you ascend by an elevator to the 2nd level of the Eiffel Tower!

Enjoy a guided panoramic highlight city tour visiting famous monuments like the Pyramid of the Louvre, Garnier's Opera, the largest opera theatre in the world, the River Seine, the Place de la Concorde - the site of the infamous guillotine, the Champs Elysees - one of the most fashionable streets in the world, the Napoleanic Arc de Triomphe and the Hotel des Invalides.

The evening is at leisure. You have an option to enjoy 'Gala Evening in Paris' and experience the joie de vivre of 'Gaie Paris'.

Overnight in Paris.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 3 - Eindhoven

Today, proceed on to Brussels.

On arrival, a walking orientation tour takes you to the magnificent Gothic St. Michael and St. Gudula Cathedral. Then via Galeries Saint Hubert - the world's first shopping mall, opened in 1847, to the Grand Place, Europe's most beautiful square. This exquisite market square is the main tourist attraction of the city. Shop here (time permitting) for world famous Belgian lace, chocolate and Belgian waffles dusted with caramelized sugar.

Also see the Manneken Pis (photo stop) - the cheeky statue of a boy, representing the "irreverent spirit" of Brussels, which has drawn sightseers for centuries.

Later, continue your drive to your hotel in Netherlands and check-in.

Overnight in Netherlands.

Breakfast and Indian dinner at the hotel

Day 4 - Eindhoven

Drive through Dutch countryside. Let the windmills which still wield their magic enchant you. There's a photo stop at one.

Then, drive to Amsterdam. Clogs, Cheese and Holland are inseparable and a factory visit demonstrates this business. The canals beckon as you board a glass topped boat and glide past regal mansions, houseboats and bridges. A canal cruise in Amsterdam is a rewarding experience. Spend some leisure time at Dam Square with the Nieuwe Kerk (New Church), the Royal Palace and the National Monument.

Overnight in Netherlands.

Breakfast and Indian dinner at the hotel

Day 5 - Rhineland

Continue your scenic drive to Cologne, the metropolis on River Rhine, where on arrival you will visit the Cathedral - the first Gothic Church in Rhineland with its characteristic spires.

Proceed on to Heidelberg, situated in the valley of the River Neckar and world famous for its romantic castle and picturesque old town with awe inspiring surroundings.

Enjoy some leisure time at the 'Altstadt' - an old section of the town.

Later, after dinner, check-in to your hotel.

Overnight in Rhineland.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 6 - Chamonix

This morning, sit back and relax on an enjoyable drive through the Black Forest to arrive at Drubba - the alpine nest of the Cuckoo Clock situated in the unique Hollental (Hell's Valley), directly at the mouth of the Ravennaschult (Ravenna Glen). Witness a demonstration to explain the making of authentic cuckoo clocks in their original form, each piece carefully crafted for precision! The Cuckoo clock is said to have originated between 1740 and 1750 and has remained more or less unchanged in its unique design. A visit here is a memorable experience.

Enjoy a comfortable drive to the scenic splendour of Chamonix Mont Blanc. It's 'Love at first sight' as you enter the beautiful Chamonix Valley and the majestic mountains of the Mont Blanc range.

Arrive and check-in to your hotel.

Overnight in Chamonix.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 7 - Chamonix

Today, enjoy an excursion tour. Ride on the highest and most impressive cable car, the Aiguille du Midi, lifts you to 3842 meters for an unforgettable view of the alps.

The more fearless will take A STEP INTO THE VOID, onto a 2.50 m glass cage out over a 1000 m precipice. A product of modern architectural and technical prowess and a sensation packed experience.

The Aiguille du Midi has its own postage stamp and a letterbox!

Continue your excursion with a ride on the nostalgic red cog railway to Montenvers. The train climbs a steep track, through scenic Alpine scenery, to a stunning vantage point above the \'Mer de Glace\' (sea of ice) Glacier.

You know you\'ve really arrived when you stand at 1913 meters, at the \'Mer de Glace\', which is 7 km long and 200 meters thick, with a surface dimension of 40 km! A crystal gallery, a wildlife exhibition, an ice garden and the famous ice grotto 100 meters long, carved each year into the heart of the glacier, awaits you! After dinner, return to your hotel. Overnight in Chamonix.

Day 8 - Chamonix

Today, proceed on to Lucerne which consists picturesque mountains, lakes, cowbells, alpine villages and meadows, the poignant Lion Monument, the covered, wooden Kapellbrucke (Chapel bridge), and the ornate Jesuit Church. You will have another encounter with the marvels of Swiss shopping.

Then, continue on a scenic drive to the city of Zurich, where on arrival, you will proceed on an orientation tour strolling down Bahnhofstrasse - the city's fanciest shopping street, past famous sites like Peterskirche (St. Peter's Church) situated in a medieval square, famous for its 16th century clock, the largest clock face in Europe. The elegant copper spire of the Fraumunster found in the 9th century with impressive stained glass windows. Across the Limmat River, you will get a view of the beautiful Romanesque and Gothic Cathedral dedicated to Zurich's patron saints.

Good times need never end! As you transfer to the airport for your flight back home, relive the high points of your 'European Gems' tour. We are confident you will join us again sometime soon.

Breakfast at the hotel and lunch at an Indian restaurant.


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Inclusions

  • Round-trip Flights
  • Hotel Stay
  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing
  • Transfers
  • Visa

Exclusions

  • Charges Not Mentioned
  • Entrance Fees
  • Personal Expenses
  • Porter Charges
  • Surcharges
  • Tips

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Validity From : April 1, 2018
Validity To : July 31, 2018

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Day 1 - Paris

Welcome to your 'European Gems' tour.

On arrival, your representative will greet you at the 'designated meeting point' at the exit. After immigration and customs, transfer comfortably to your hotel (check-in after 1600 hours).

We takes care to schedule your sightseeing the next day so that you can relax after your long flight and get over your jetlag.

Overnight in Paris.

Dinner at an Indian restaurant

Day 2 - Paris

Start the day taking in the dazzling overview of the glittering city as you ascend by an elevator to the 2nd level of the Eiffel Tower!

Enjoy a guided panoramic highlight city tour visiting famous monuments like the Pyramid of the Louvre, Garnier's Opera, the largest opera theatre in the world, the River Seine, the Place de la Concorde - the site of the infamous guillotine, the Champs Elysees - one of the most fashionable streets in the world, the Napoleanic Arc de Triomphe and the Hotel des Invalides.

The evening is at leisure. You have an option to enjoy 'Gala Evening in Paris' and experience the joie de vivre of 'Gaie Paris'.

Overnight in Paris.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 3 - Eindhoven

Today, proceed on to Brussels.

On arrival, a walking orientation tour takes you to the magnificent Gothic St. Michael and St. Gudula Cathedral. Then via Galeries Saint Hubert - the world's first shopping mall, opened in 1847, to the Grand Place, Europe's most beautiful square. This exquisite market square is the main tourist attraction of the city. Shop here (time permitting) for world famous Belgian lace, chocolate and Belgian waffles dusted with caramelized sugar.

Also see the Manneken Pis (photo stop) - the cheeky statue of a boy, representing the "irreverent spirit" of Brussels, which has drawn sightseers for centuries.

Later, continue your drive to your hotel in Netherlands and check-in.

Overnight in Netherlands.

Breakfast and Indian dinner at the hotel

Day 4 - Eindhoven

Drive through Dutch countryside. Let the windmills which still wield their magic enchant you. There's a photo stop at one.

Then, drive to Amsterdam. Clogs, Cheese and Holland are inseparable and a factory visit demonstrates this business. The canals beckon as you board a glass topped boat and glide past regal mansions, houseboats and bridges. A canal cruise in Amsterdam is a rewarding experience. Spend some leisure time at Dam Square with the Nieuwe Kerk (New Church), the Royal Palace and the National Monument.

Overnight in Netherlands.

Breakfast and Indian dinner at the hotel

Day 5 - Rhineland

Continue your scenic drive to Cologne, the metropolis on River Rhine, where on arrival you will visit the Cathedral - the first Gothic Church in Rhineland with its characteristic spires.

Proceed on to Heidelberg, situated in the valley of the River Neckar and world famous for its romantic castle and picturesque old town with awe inspiring surroundings.

Enjoy some leisure time at the 'Altstadt' - an old section of the town.

Later, after dinner, check-in to your hotel.

Overnight in Rhineland.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 6 - Chamonix

This morning, sit back and relax on an enjoyable drive through the Black Forest to arrive at Drubba - the alpine nest of the Cuckoo Clock situated in the unique Hollental (Hell's Valley), directly at the mouth of the Ravennaschult (Ravenna Glen). Witness a demonstration to explain the making of authentic cuckoo clocks in their original form, each piece carefully crafted for precision! The Cuckoo clock is said to have originated between 1740 and 1750 and has remained more or less unchanged in its unique design. A visit here is a memorable experience.

Enjoy a comfortable drive to the scenic splendour of Chamonix Mont Blanc. It's 'Love at first sight' as you enter the beautiful Chamonix Valley and the majestic mountains of the Mont Blanc range.

Arrive and check-in to your hotel.

Overnight in Chamonix.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 7 - Chamonix

Today, enjoy an excursion tour. Ride on the highest and most impressive cable car, the Aiguille du Midi, lifts you to 3842 meters for an unforgettable view of the alps.

The more fearless will take A STEP INTO THE VOID, onto a 2.50 m glass cage out over a 1000 m precipice. A product of modern architectural and technical prowess and a sensation packed experience.

The Aiguille du Midi has its own postage stamp and a letterbox!

Continue your excursion with a ride on the nostalgic red cog railway to Montenvers. The train climbs a steep track, through scenic Alpine scenery, to a stunning vantage point above the \'Mer de Glace\' (sea of ice) Glacier.

You know you\'ve really arrived when you stand at 1913 meters, at the \'Mer de Glace\', which is 7 km long and 200 meters thick, with a surface dimension of 40 km! A crystal gallery, a wildlife exhibition, an ice garden and the famous ice grotto 100 meters long, carved each year into the heart of the glacier, awaits you! After dinner, return to your hotel. Overnight in Chamonix.

Day 8 - Chamonix

Today, proceed on to Lucerne which consists picturesque mountains, lakes, cowbells, alpine villages and meadows, the poignant Lion Monument, the covered, wooden Kapellbrucke (Chapel bridge), and the ornate Jesuit Church. You will have another encounter with the marvels of Swiss shopping.

Then, continue on a scenic drive to the city of Zurich, where on arrival, you will proceed on an orientation tour strolling down Bahnhofstrasse - the city's fanciest shopping street, past famous sites like Peterskirche (St. Peter's Church) situated in a medieval square, famous for its 16th century clock, the largest clock face in Europe. The elegant copper spire of the Fraumunster found in the 9th century with impressive stained glass windows. Across the Limmat River, you will get a view of the beautiful Romanesque and Gothic Cathedral dedicated to Zurich's patron saints.

Good times need never end! As you transfer to the airport for your flight back home, relive the high points of your 'European Gems' tour. We are confident you will join us again sometime soon.

Breakfast at the hotel and lunch at an Indian restaurant.


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Inclusions

  • Round-trip Flights
  • Hotel Stay
  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing
  • Transfers
  • Visa

Exclusions

  • Charges Not Mentioned
  • Entrance Fees
  • Personal Expenses
  • Porter Charges
  • Surcharges
  • Tips

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Validity From : April 1, 2018
Validity To : July 31, 2018

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Day 1 - Paris

Welcome to your 'European Gems' tour.

On arrival, your representative will greet you at the 'designated meeting point' at the exit. After immigration and customs, transfer comfortably to your hotel (check-in after 1600 hours).

We takes care to schedule your sightseeing the next day so that you can relax after your long flight and get over your jetlag.

Overnight in Paris.

Dinner at an Indian restaurant

Day 2 - Paris

Start the day taking in the dazzling overview of the glittering city as you ascend by an elevator to the 2nd level of the Eiffel Tower!

Enjoy a guided panoramic highlight city tour visiting famous monuments like the Pyramid of the Louvre, Garnier's Opera, the largest opera theatre in the world, the River Seine, the Place de la Concorde - the site of the infamous guillotine, the Champs Elysees - one of the most fashionable streets in the world, the Napoleanic Arc de Triomphe and the Hotel des Invalides.

The evening is at leisure. You have an option to enjoy 'Gala Evening in Paris' and experience the joie de vivre of 'Gaie Paris'.

Overnight in Paris.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 3 - Eindhoven

Today, proceed on to Brussels.

On arrival, a walking orientation tour takes you to the magnificent Gothic St. Michael and St. Gudula Cathedral. Then via Galeries Saint Hubert - the world's first shopping mall, opened in 1847, to the Grand Place, Europe's most beautiful square. This exquisite market square is the main tourist attraction of the city. Shop here (time permitting) for world famous Belgian lace, chocolate and Belgian waffles dusted with caramelized sugar.

Also see the Manneken Pis (photo stop) - the cheeky statue of a boy, representing the "irreverent spirit" of Brussels, which has drawn sightseers for centuries.

Later, continue your drive to your hotel in Netherlands and check-in.

Overnight in Netherlands.

Breakfast and Indian dinner at the hotel

Day 4 - Eindhoven

Drive through Dutch countryside. Let the windmills which still wield their magic enchant you. There's a photo stop at one.

Then, drive to Amsterdam. Clogs, Cheese and Holland are inseparable and a factory visit demonstrates this business. The canals beckon as you board a glass topped boat and glide past regal mansions, houseboats and bridges. A canal cruise in Amsterdam is a rewarding experience. Spend some leisure time at Dam Square with the Nieuwe Kerk (New Church), the Royal Palace and the National Monument.

Overnight in Netherlands.

Breakfast and Indian dinner at the hotel

Day 5 - Rhineland

Continue your scenic drive to Cologne, the metropolis on River Rhine, where on arrival you will visit the Cathedral - the first Gothic Church in Rhineland with its characteristic spires.

Proceed on to Heidelberg, situated in the valley of the River Neckar and world famous for its romantic castle and picturesque old town with awe inspiring surroundings.

Enjoy some leisure time at the 'Altstadt' - an old section of the town.

Later, after dinner, check-in to your hotel.

Overnight in Rhineland.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 6 - Chamonix

This morning, sit back and relax on an enjoyable drive through the Black Forest to arrive at Drubba - the alpine nest of the Cuckoo Clock situated in the unique Hollental (Hell's Valley), directly at the mouth of the Ravennaschult (Ravenna Glen). Witness a demonstration to explain the making of authentic cuckoo clocks in their original form, each piece carefully crafted for precision! The Cuckoo clock is said to have originated between 1740 and 1750 and has remained more or less unchanged in its unique design. A visit here is a memorable experience.

Enjoy a comfortable drive to the scenic splendour of Chamonix Mont Blanc. It's 'Love at first sight' as you enter the beautiful Chamonix Valley and the majestic mountains of the Mont Blanc range.

Arrive and check-in to your hotel.

Overnight in Chamonix.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 7 - Chamonix

Today, enjoy an excursion tour. Ride on the highest and most impressive cable car, the Aiguille du Midi, lifts you to 3842 meters for an unforgettable view of the alps.

The more fearless will take A STEP INTO THE VOID, onto a 2.50 m glass cage out over a 1000 m precipice. A product of modern architectural and technical prowess and a sensation packed experience.

The Aiguille du Midi has its own postage stamp and a letterbox!

Continue your excursion with a ride on the nostalgic red cog railway to Montenvers. The train climbs a steep track, through scenic Alpine scenery, to a stunning vantage point above the \'Mer de Glace\' (sea of ice) Glacier.

You know you\'ve really arrived when you stand at 1913 meters, at the \'Mer de Glace\', which is 7 km long and 200 meters thick, with a surface dimension of 40 km! A crystal gallery, a wildlife exhibition, an ice garden and the famous ice grotto 100 meters long, carved each year into the heart of the glacier, awaits you! After dinner, return to your hotel. Overnight in Chamonix.

Day 8 - Chamonix

Today, proceed on to Lucerne which consists picturesque mountains, lakes, cowbells, alpine villages and meadows, the poignant Lion Monument, the covered, wooden Kapellbrucke (Chapel bridge), and the ornate Jesuit Church. You will have another encounter with the marvels of Swiss shopping.

Then, continue on a scenic drive to the city of Zurich, where on arrival, you will proceed on an orientation tour strolling down Bahnhofstrasse - the city's fanciest shopping street, past famous sites like Peterskirche (St. Peter's Church) situated in a medieval square, famous for its 16th century clock, the largest clock face in Europe. The elegant copper spire of the Fraumunster found in the 9th century with impressive stained glass windows. Across the Limmat River, you will get a view of the beautiful Romanesque and Gothic Cathedral dedicated to Zurich's patron saints.

Good times need never end! As you transfer to the airport for your flight back home, relive the high points of your 'European Gems' tour. We are confident you will join us again sometime soon.

Breakfast at the hotel and lunch at an Indian restaurant.


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Inclusions

  • Round-trip Flights
  • Hotel Stay
  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing
  • Transfers
  • Visa

Exclusions

  • Charges Not Mentioned
  • Entrance Fees
  • Personal Expenses
  • Porter Charges
  • Surcharges
  • Tips

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Validity From : April 1, 2018
Validity To : July 31, 2018

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Day 1 - Paris

Welcome to your 'European Gems' tour.

On arrival, your representative will greet you at the 'designated meeting point' at the exit. After immigration and customs, transfer comfortably to your hotel (check-in after 1600 hours).

We takes care to schedule your sightseeing the next day so that you can relax after your long flight and get over your jetlag.

Overnight in Paris.

Dinner at an Indian restaurant

Day 2 - Paris

Start the day taking in the dazzling overview of the glittering city as you ascend by an elevator to the 2nd level of the Eiffel Tower!

Enjoy a guided panoramic highlight city tour visiting famous monuments like the Pyramid of the Louvre, Garnier's Opera, the largest opera theatre in the world, the River Seine, the Place de la Concorde - the site of the infamous guillotine, the Champs Elysees - one of the most fashionable streets in the world, the Napoleanic Arc de Triomphe and the Hotel des Invalides.

The evening is at leisure. You have an option to enjoy 'Gala Evening in Paris' and experience the joie de vivre of 'Gaie Paris'.

Overnight in Paris.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 3 - Eindhoven

Today, proceed on to Brussels.

On arrival, a walking orientation tour takes you to the magnificent Gothic St. Michael and St. Gudula Cathedral. Then via Galeries Saint Hubert - the world's first shopping mall, opened in 1847, to the Grand Place, Europe's most beautiful square. This exquisite market square is the main tourist attraction of the city. Shop here (time permitting) for world famous Belgian lace, chocolate and Belgian waffles dusted with caramelized sugar.

Also see the Manneken Pis (photo stop) - the cheeky statue of a boy, representing the "irreverent spirit" of Brussels, which has drawn sightseers for centuries.

Later, continue your drive to your hotel in Netherlands and check-in.

Overnight in Netherlands.

Breakfast and Indian dinner at the hotel

Day 4 - Eindhoven

Drive through Dutch countryside. Let the windmills which still wield their magic enchant you. There's a photo stop at one.

Then, drive to Amsterdam. Clogs, Cheese and Holland are inseparable and a factory visit demonstrates this business. The canals beckon as you board a glass topped boat and glide past regal mansions, houseboats and bridges. A canal cruise in Amsterdam is a rewarding experience. Spend some leisure time at Dam Square with the Nieuwe Kerk (New Church), the Royal Palace and the National Monument.

Overnight in Netherlands.

Breakfast and Indian dinner at the hotel

Day 5 - Rhineland

Continue your scenic drive to Cologne, the metropolis on River Rhine, where on arrival you will visit the Cathedral - the first Gothic Church in Rhineland with its characteristic spires.

Proceed on to Heidelberg, situated in the valley of the River Neckar and world famous for its romantic castle and picturesque old town with awe inspiring surroundings.

Enjoy some leisure time at the 'Altstadt' - an old section of the town.

Later, after dinner, check-in to your hotel.

Overnight in Rhineland.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 6 - Chamonix

This morning, sit back and relax on an enjoyable drive through the Black Forest to arrive at Drubba - the alpine nest of the Cuckoo Clock situated in the unique Hollental (Hell's Valley), directly at the mouth of the Ravennaschult (Ravenna Glen). Witness a demonstration to explain the making of authentic cuckoo clocks in their original form, each piece carefully crafted for precision! The Cuckoo clock is said to have originated between 1740 and 1750 and has remained more or less unchanged in its unique design. A visit here is a memorable experience.

Enjoy a comfortable drive to the scenic splendour of Chamonix Mont Blanc. It's 'Love at first sight' as you enter the beautiful Chamonix Valley and the majestic mountains of the Mont Blanc range.

Arrive and check-in to your hotel.

Overnight in Chamonix.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 7 - Chamonix

Today, enjoy an excursion tour. Ride on the highest and most impressive cable car, the Aiguille du Midi, lifts you to 3842 meters for an unforgettable view of the alps.

The more fearless will take A STEP INTO THE VOID, onto a 2.50 m glass cage out over a 1000 m precipice. A product of modern architectural and technical prowess and a sensation packed experience.

The Aiguille du Midi has its own postage stamp and a letterbox!

Continue your excursion with a ride on the nostalgic red cog railway to Montenvers. The train climbs a steep track, through scenic Alpine scenery, to a stunning vantage point above the \'Mer de Glace\' (sea of ice) Glacier.

You know you\'ve really arrived when you stand at 1913 meters, at the \'Mer de Glace\', which is 7 km long and 200 meters thick, with a surface dimension of 40 km! A crystal gallery, a wildlife exhibition, an ice garden and the famous ice grotto 100 meters long, carved each year into the heart of the glacier, awaits you! After dinner, return to your hotel. Overnight in Chamonix.

Day 8 - Chamonix

Today, proceed on to Lucerne which consists picturesque mountains, lakes, cowbells, alpine villages and meadows, the poignant Lion Monument, the covered, wooden Kapellbrucke (Chapel bridge), and the ornate Jesuit Church. You will have another encounter with the marvels of Swiss shopping.

Then, continue on a scenic drive to the city of Zurich, where on arrival, you will proceed on an orientation tour strolling down Bahnhofstrasse - the city's fanciest shopping street, past famous sites like Peterskirche (St. Peter's Church) situated in a medieval square, famous for its 16th century clock, the largest clock face in Europe. The elegant copper spire of the Fraumunster found in the 9th century with impressive stained glass windows. Across the Limmat River, you will get a view of the beautiful Romanesque and Gothic Cathedral dedicated to Zurich's patron saints.

Good times need never end! As you transfer to the airport for your flight back home, relive the high points of your 'European Gems' tour. We are confident you will join us again sometime soon.

Breakfast at the hotel and lunch at an Indian restaurant.


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Inclusions

  • Round-trip Flights
  • Hotel Stay
  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing
  • Transfers
  • Visa

Exclusions

  • Charges Not Mentioned
  • Entrance Fees
  • Personal Expenses
  • Porter Charges
  • Surcharges
  • Tips

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Validity From : April 1, 2018
Validity To : July 31, 2018

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Day 1 - Paris

Welcome to your 'European Gems' tour.

On arrival, your representative will greet you at the 'designated meeting point' at the exit. After immigration and customs, transfer comfortably to your hotel (check-in after 1600 hours).

We takes care to schedule your sightseeing the next day so that you can relax after your long flight and get over your jetlag.

Overnight in Paris.

Dinner at an Indian restaurant

Day 2 - Paris

Start the day taking in the dazzling overview of the glittering city as you ascend by an elevator to the 2nd level of the Eiffel Tower!

Enjoy a guided panoramic highlight city tour visiting famous monuments like the Pyramid of the Louvre, Garnier's Opera, the largest opera theatre in the world, the River Seine, the Place de la Concorde - the site of the infamous guillotine, the Champs Elysees - one of the most fashionable streets in the world, the Napoleanic Arc de Triomphe and the Hotel des Invalides.

The evening is at leisure. You have an option to enjoy 'Gala Evening in Paris' and experience the joie de vivre of 'Gaie Paris'.

Overnight in Paris.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 3 - Eindhoven

Today, proceed on to Brussels.

On arrival, a walking orientation tour takes you to the magnificent Gothic St. Michael and St. Gudula Cathedral. Then via Galeries Saint Hubert - the world's first shopping mall, opened in 1847, to the Grand Place, Europe's most beautiful square. This exquisite market square is the main tourist attraction of the city. Shop here (time permitting) for world famous Belgian lace, chocolate and Belgian waffles dusted with caramelized sugar.

Also see the Manneken Pis (photo stop) - the cheeky statue of a boy, representing the "irreverent spirit" of Brussels, which has drawn sightseers for centuries.

Later, continue your drive to your hotel in Netherlands and check-in.

Overnight in Netherlands.

Breakfast and Indian dinner at the hotel

Day 4 - Eindhoven

Drive through Dutch countryside. Let the windmills which still wield their magic enchant you. There's a photo stop at one.

Then, drive to Amsterdam. Clogs, Cheese and Holland are inseparable and a factory visit demonstrates this business. The canals beckon as you board a glass topped boat and glide past regal mansions, houseboats and bridges. A canal cruise in Amsterdam is a rewarding experience. Spend some leisure time at Dam Square with the Nieuwe Kerk (New Church), the Royal Palace and the National Monument.

Overnight in Netherlands.

Breakfast and Indian dinner at the hotel

Day 5 - Rhineland

Continue your scenic drive to Cologne, the metropolis on River Rhine, where on arrival you will visit the Cathedral - the first Gothic Church in Rhineland with its characteristic spires.

Proceed on to Heidelberg, situated in the valley of the River Neckar and world famous for its romantic castle and picturesque old town with awe inspiring surroundings.

Enjoy some leisure time at the 'Altstadt' - an old section of the town.

Later, after dinner, check-in to your hotel.

Overnight in Rhineland.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 6 - Chamonix

This morning, sit back and relax on an enjoyable drive through the Black Forest to arrive at Drubba - the alpine nest of the Cuckoo Clock situated in the unique Hollental (Hell's Valley), directly at the mouth of the Ravennaschult (Ravenna Glen). Witness a demonstration to explain the making of authentic cuckoo clocks in their original form, each piece carefully crafted for precision! The Cuckoo clock is said to have originated between 1740 and 1750 and has remained more or less unchanged in its unique design. A visit here is a memorable experience.

Enjoy a comfortable drive to the scenic splendour of Chamonix Mont Blanc. It's 'Love at first sight' as you enter the beautiful Chamonix Valley and the majestic mountains of the Mont Blanc range.

Arrive and check-in to your hotel.

Overnight in Chamonix.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 7 - Chamonix

Today, enjoy an excursion tour. Ride on the highest and most impressive cable car, the Aiguille du Midi, lifts you to 3842 meters for an unforgettable view of the alps.

The more fearless will take A STEP INTO THE VOID, onto a 2.50 m glass cage out over a 1000 m precipice. A product of modern architectural and technical prowess and a sensation packed experience.

The Aiguille du Midi has its own postage stamp and a letterbox!

Continue your excursion with a ride on the nostalgic red cog railway to Montenvers. The train climbs a steep track, through scenic Alpine scenery, to a stunning vantage point above the \'Mer de Glace\' (sea of ice) Glacier.

You know you\'ve really arrived when you stand at 1913 meters, at the \'Mer de Glace\', which is 7 km long and 200 meters thick, with a surface dimension of 40 km! A crystal gallery, a wildlife exhibition, an ice garden and the famous ice grotto 100 meters long, carved each year into the heart of the glacier, awaits you! After dinner, return to your hotel. Overnight in Chamonix.

Day 8 - Chamonix

Today, proceed on to Lucerne which consists picturesque mountains, lakes, cowbells, alpine villages and meadows, the poignant Lion Monument, the covered, wooden Kapellbrucke (Chapel bridge), and the ornate Jesuit Church. You will have another encounter with the marvels of Swiss shopping.

Then, continue on a scenic drive to the city of Zurich, where on arrival, you will proceed on an orientation tour strolling down Bahnhofstrasse - the city's fanciest shopping street, past famous sites like Peterskirche (St. Peter's Church) situated in a medieval square, famous for its 16th century clock, the largest clock face in Europe. The elegant copper spire of the Fraumunster found in the 9th century with impressive stained glass windows. Across the Limmat River, you will get a view of the beautiful Romanesque and Gothic Cathedral dedicated to Zurich's patron saints.

Good times need never end! As you transfer to the airport for your flight back home, relive the high points of your 'European Gems' tour. We are confident you will join us again sometime soon.

Breakfast at the hotel and lunch at an Indian restaurant.


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  • Round-trip Flights
  • Hotel Stay
  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing
  • Transfers
  • Visa

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  • Charges Not Mentioned
  • Entrance Fees
  • Personal Expenses
  • Porter Charges
  • Surcharges
  • Tips

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Validity From : April 1, 2018
Validity To : July 31, 2018

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Day 1 - Paris

Welcome to your 'European Gems' tour.

On arrival, your representative will greet you at the 'designated meeting point' at the exit. After immigration and customs, transfer comfortably to your hotel (check-in after 1600 hours).

We takes care to schedule your sightseeing the next day so that you can relax after your long flight and get over your jetlag.

Overnight in Paris.

Dinner at an Indian restaurant

Day 2 - Paris

Start the day taking in the dazzling overview of the glittering city as you ascend by an elevator to the 2nd level of the Eiffel Tower!

Enjoy a guided panoramic highlight city tour visiting famous monuments like the Pyramid of the Louvre, Garnier's Opera, the largest opera theatre in the world, the River Seine, the Place de la Concorde - the site of the infamous guillotine, the Champs Elysees - one of the most fashionable streets in the world, the Napoleanic Arc de Triomphe and the Hotel des Invalides.

The evening is at leisure. You have an option to enjoy 'Gala Evening in Paris' and experience the joie de vivre of 'Gaie Paris'.

Overnight in Paris.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 3 - Eindhoven

Today, proceed on to Brussels.

On arrival, a walking orientation tour takes you to the magnificent Gothic St. Michael and St. Gudula Cathedral. Then via Galeries Saint Hubert - the world's first shopping mall, opened in 1847, to the Grand Place, Europe's most beautiful square. This exquisite market square is the main tourist attraction of the city. Shop here (time permitting) for world famous Belgian lace, chocolate and Belgian waffles dusted with caramelized sugar.

Also see the Manneken Pis (photo stop) - the cheeky statue of a boy, representing the "irreverent spirit" of Brussels, which has drawn sightseers for centuries.

Later, continue your drive to your hotel in Netherlands and check-in.

Overnight in Netherlands.

Breakfast and Indian dinner at the hotel

Day 4 - Eindhoven

Drive through Dutch countryside. Let the windmills which still wield their magic enchant you. There's a photo stop at one.

Then, drive to Amsterdam. Clogs, Cheese and Holland are inseparable and a factory visit demonstrates this business. The canals beckon as you board a glass topped boat and glide past regal mansions, houseboats and bridges. A canal cruise in Amsterdam is a rewarding experience. Spend some leisure time at Dam Square with the Nieuwe Kerk (New Church), the Royal Palace and the National Monument.

Overnight in Netherlands.

Breakfast and Indian dinner at the hotel

Day 5 - Rhineland

Continue your scenic drive to Cologne, the metropolis on River Rhine, where on arrival you will visit the Cathedral - the first Gothic Church in Rhineland with its characteristic spires.

Proceed on to Heidelberg, situated in the valley of the River Neckar and world famous for its romantic castle and picturesque old town with awe inspiring surroundings.

Enjoy some leisure time at the 'Altstadt' - an old section of the town.

Later, after dinner, check-in to your hotel.

Overnight in Rhineland.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 6 - Chamonix

This morning, sit back and relax on an enjoyable drive through the Black Forest to arrive at Drubba - the alpine nest of the Cuckoo Clock situated in the unique Hollental (Hell's Valley), directly at the mouth of the Ravennaschult (Ravenna Glen). Witness a demonstration to explain the making of authentic cuckoo clocks in their original form, each piece carefully crafted for precision! The Cuckoo clock is said to have originated between 1740 and 1750 and has remained more or less unchanged in its unique design. A visit here is a memorable experience.

Enjoy a comfortable drive to the scenic splendour of Chamonix Mont Blanc. It's 'Love at first sight' as you enter the beautiful Chamonix Valley and the majestic mountains of the Mont Blanc range.

Arrive and check-in to your hotel.

Overnight in Chamonix.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 7 - Chamonix

Today, enjoy an excursion tour. Ride on the highest and most impressive cable car, the Aiguille du Midi, lifts you to 3842 meters for an unforgettable view of the alps.

The more fearless will take A STEP INTO THE VOID, onto a 2.50 m glass cage out over a 1000 m precipice. A product of modern architectural and technical prowess and a sensation packed experience.

The Aiguille du Midi has its own postage stamp and a letterbox!

Continue your excursion with a ride on the nostalgic red cog railway to Montenvers. The train climbs a steep track, through scenic Alpine scenery, to a stunning vantage point above the \'Mer de Glace\' (sea of ice) Glacier.

You know you\'ve really arrived when you stand at 1913 meters, at the \'Mer de Glace\', which is 7 km long and 200 meters thick, with a surface dimension of 40 km! A crystal gallery, a wildlife exhibition, an ice garden and the famous ice grotto 100 meters long, carved each year into the heart of the glacier, awaits you! After dinner, return to your hotel. Overnight in Chamonix.

Day 8 - Chamonix

Today, proceed on to Lucerne which consists picturesque mountains, lakes, cowbells, alpine villages and meadows, the poignant Lion Monument, the covered, wooden Kapellbrucke (Chapel bridge), and the ornate Jesuit Church. You will have another encounter with the marvels of Swiss shopping.

Then, continue on a scenic drive to the city of Zurich, where on arrival, you will proceed on an orientation tour strolling down Bahnhofstrasse - the city's fanciest shopping street, past famous sites like Peterskirche (St. Peter's Church) situated in a medieval square, famous for its 16th century clock, the largest clock face in Europe. The elegant copper spire of the Fraumunster found in the 9th century with impressive stained glass windows. Across the Limmat River, you will get a view of the beautiful Romanesque and Gothic Cathedral dedicated to Zurich's patron saints.

Good times need never end! As you transfer to the airport for your flight back home, relive the high points of your 'European Gems' tour. We are confident you will join us again sometime soon.

Breakfast at the hotel and lunch at an Indian restaurant.


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Inclusions

  • Round-trip Flights
  • Hotel Stay
  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing
  • Transfers
  • Visa

Exclusions

  • Charges Not Mentioned
  • Entrance Fees
  • Personal Expenses
  • Porter Charges
  • Surcharges
  • Tips

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Validity From : April 1, 2018
Validity To : July 31, 2018

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Day 1 - Paris

Welcome to your 'European Gems' tour.

On arrival, your representative will greet you at the 'designated meeting point' at the exit. After immigration and customs, transfer comfortably to your hotel (check-in after 1600 hours).

We takes care to schedule your sightseeing the next day so that you can relax after your long flight and get over your jetlag.

Overnight in Paris.

Dinner at an Indian restaurant

Day 2 - Paris

Start the day taking in the dazzling overview of the glittering city as you ascend by an elevator to the 2nd level of the Eiffel Tower!

Enjoy a guided panoramic highlight city tour visiting famous monuments like the Pyramid of the Louvre, Garnier's Opera, the largest opera theatre in the world, the River Seine, the Place de la Concorde - the site of the infamous guillotine, the Champs Elysees - one of the most fashionable streets in the world, the Napoleanic Arc de Triomphe and the Hotel des Invalides.

The evening is at leisure. You have an option to enjoy 'Gala Evening in Paris' and experience the joie de vivre of 'Gaie Paris'.

Overnight in Paris.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 3 - Eindhoven

Today, proceed on to Brussels.

On arrival, a walking orientation tour takes you to the magnificent Gothic St. Michael and St. Gudula Cathedral. Then via Galeries Saint Hubert - the world's first shopping mall, opened in 1847, to the Grand Place, Europe's most beautiful square. This exquisite market square is the main tourist attraction of the city. Shop here (time permitting) for world famous Belgian lace, chocolate and Belgian waffles dusted with caramelized sugar.

Also see the Manneken Pis (photo stop) - the cheeky statue of a boy, representing the "irreverent spirit" of Brussels, which has drawn sightseers for centuries.

Later, continue your drive to your hotel in Netherlands and check-in.

Overnight in Netherlands.

Breakfast and Indian dinner at the hotel

Day 4 - Eindhoven

Drive through Dutch countryside. Let the windmills which still wield their magic enchant you. There's a photo stop at one.

Then, drive to Amsterdam. Clogs, Cheese and Holland are inseparable and a factory visit demonstrates this business. The canals beckon as you board a glass topped boat and glide past regal mansions, houseboats and bridges. A canal cruise in Amsterdam is a rewarding experience. Spend some leisure time at Dam Square with the Nieuwe Kerk (New Church), the Royal Palace and the National Monument.

Overnight in Netherlands.

Breakfast and Indian dinner at the hotel

Day 5 - Rhineland

Continue your scenic drive to Cologne, the metropolis on River Rhine, where on arrival you will visit the Cathedral - the first Gothic Church in Rhineland with its characteristic spires.

Proceed on to Heidelberg, situated in the valley of the River Neckar and world famous for its romantic castle and picturesque old town with awe inspiring surroundings.

Enjoy some leisure time at the 'Altstadt' - an old section of the town.

Later, after dinner, check-in to your hotel.

Overnight in Rhineland.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 6 - Chamonix

This morning, sit back and relax on an enjoyable drive through the Black Forest to arrive at Drubba - the alpine nest of the Cuckoo Clock situated in the unique Hollental (Hell's Valley), directly at the mouth of the Ravennaschult (Ravenna Glen). Witness a demonstration to explain the making of authentic cuckoo clocks in their original form, each piece carefully crafted for precision! The Cuckoo clock is said to have originated between 1740 and 1750 and has remained more or less unchanged in its unique design. A visit here is a memorable experience.

Enjoy a comfortable drive to the scenic splendour of Chamonix Mont Blanc. It's 'Love at first sight' as you enter the beautiful Chamonix Valley and the majestic mountains of the Mont Blanc range.

Arrive and check-in to your hotel.

Overnight in Chamonix.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 7 - Chamonix

Today, enjoy an excursion tour. Ride on the highest and most impressive cable car, the Aiguille du Midi, lifts you to 3842 meters for an unforgettable view of the alps.

The more fearless will take A STEP INTO THE VOID, onto a 2.50 m glass cage out over a 1000 m precipice. A product of modern architectural and technical prowess and a sensation packed experience.

The Aiguille du Midi has its own postage stamp and a letterbox!

Continue your excursion with a ride on the nostalgic red cog railway to Montenvers. The train climbs a steep track, through scenic Alpine scenery, to a stunning vantage point above the \'Mer de Glace\' (sea of ice) Glacier.

You know you\'ve really arrived when you stand at 1913 meters, at the \'Mer de Glace\', which is 7 km long and 200 meters thick, with a surface dimension of 40 km! A crystal gallery, a wildlife exhibition, an ice garden and the famous ice grotto 100 meters long, carved each year into the heart of the glacier, awaits you! After dinner, return to your hotel. Overnight in Chamonix.

Day 8 - Chamonix

Today, proceed on to Lucerne which consists picturesque mountains, lakes, cowbells, alpine villages and meadows, the poignant Lion Monument, the covered, wooden Kapellbrucke (Chapel bridge), and the ornate Jesuit Church. You will have another encounter with the marvels of Swiss shopping.

Then, continue on a scenic drive to the city of Zurich, where on arrival, you will proceed on an orientation tour strolling down Bahnhofstrasse - the city's fanciest shopping street, past famous sites like Peterskirche (St. Peter's Church) situated in a medieval square, famous for its 16th century clock, the largest clock face in Europe. The elegant copper spire of the Fraumunster found in the 9th century with impressive stained glass windows. Across the Limmat River, you will get a view of the beautiful Romanesque and Gothic Cathedral dedicated to Zurich's patron saints.

Good times need never end! As you transfer to the airport for your flight back home, relive the high points of your 'European Gems' tour. We are confident you will join us again sometime soon.

Breakfast at the hotel and lunch at an Indian restaurant.


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Inclusions

  • Round-trip Flights
  • Hotel Stay
  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing
  • Transfers
  • Visa

Exclusions

  • Charges Not Mentioned
  • Entrance Fees
  • Personal Expenses
  • Porter Charges
  • Surcharges
  • Tips

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Validity From : April 1, 2018
Validity To : July 31, 2018

Close
Day 1 - Paris

Welcome to your 'European Gems' tour.

On arrival, your representative will greet you at the 'designated meeting point' at the exit. After immigration and customs, transfer comfortably to your hotel (check-in after 1600 hours).

We takes care to schedule your sightseeing the next day so that you can relax after your long flight and get over your jetlag.

Overnight in Paris.

Dinner at an Indian restaurant

Day 2 - Paris

Start the day taking in the dazzling overview of the glittering city as you ascend by an elevator to the 2nd level of the Eiffel Tower!

Enjoy a guided panoramic highlight city tour visiting famous monuments like the Pyramid of the Louvre, Garnier's Opera, the largest opera theatre in the world, the River Seine, the Place de la Concorde - the site of the infamous guillotine, the Champs Elysees - one of the most fashionable streets in the world, the Napoleanic Arc de Triomphe and the Hotel des Invalides.

The evening is at leisure. You have an option to enjoy 'Gala Evening in Paris' and experience the joie de vivre of 'Gaie Paris'.

Overnight in Paris.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 3 - Eindhoven

Today, proceed on to Brussels.

On arrival, a walking orientation tour takes you to the magnificent Gothic St. Michael and St. Gudula Cathedral. Then via Galeries Saint Hubert - the world's first shopping mall, opened in 1847, to the Grand Place, Europe's most beautiful square. This exquisite market square is the main tourist attraction of the city. Shop here (time permitting) for world famous Belgian lace, chocolate and Belgian waffles dusted with caramelized sugar.

Also see the Manneken Pis (photo stop) - the cheeky statue of a boy, representing the "irreverent spirit" of Brussels, which has drawn sightseers for centuries.

Later, continue your drive to your hotel in Netherlands and check-in.

Overnight in Netherlands.

Breakfast and Indian dinner at the hotel

Day 4 - Eindhoven

Drive through Dutch countryside. Let the windmills which still wield their magic enchant you. There's a photo stop at one.

Then, drive to Amsterdam. Clogs, Cheese and Holland are inseparable and a factory visit demonstrates this business. The canals beckon as you board a glass topped boat and glide past regal mansions, houseboats and bridges. A canal cruise in Amsterdam is a rewarding experience. Spend some leisure time at Dam Square with the Nieuwe Kerk (New Church), the Royal Palace and the National Monument.

Overnight in Netherlands.

Breakfast and Indian dinner at the hotel

Day 5 - Rhineland

Continue your scenic drive to Cologne, the metropolis on River Rhine, where on arrival you will visit the Cathedral - the first Gothic Church in Rhineland with its characteristic spires.

Proceed on to Heidelberg, situated in the valley of the River Neckar and world famous for its romantic castle and picturesque old town with awe inspiring surroundings.

Enjoy some leisure time at the 'Altstadt' - an old section of the town.

Later, after dinner, check-in to your hotel.

Overnight in Rhineland.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 6 - Chamonix

This morning, sit back and relax on an enjoyable drive through the Black Forest to arrive at Drubba - the alpine nest of the Cuckoo Clock situated in the unique Hollental (Hell's Valley), directly at the mouth of the Ravennaschult (Ravenna Glen). Witness a demonstration to explain the making of authentic cuckoo clocks in their original form, each piece carefully crafted for precision! The Cuckoo clock is said to have originated between 1740 and 1750 and has remained more or less unchanged in its unique design. A visit here is a memorable experience.

Enjoy a comfortable drive to the scenic splendour of Chamonix Mont Blanc. It's 'Love at first sight' as you enter the beautiful Chamonix Valley and the majestic mountains of the Mont Blanc range.

Arrive and check-in to your hotel.

Overnight in Chamonix.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 7 - Chamonix

Today, enjoy an excursion tour. Ride on the highest and most impressive cable car, the Aiguille du Midi, lifts you to 3842 meters for an unforgettable view of the alps.

The more fearless will take A STEP INTO THE VOID, onto a 2.50 m glass cage out over a 1000 m precipice. A product of modern architectural and technical prowess and a sensation packed experience.

The Aiguille du Midi has its own postage stamp and a letterbox!

Continue your excursion with a ride on the nostalgic red cog railway to Montenvers. The train climbs a steep track, through scenic Alpine scenery, to a stunning vantage point above the \'Mer de Glace\' (sea of ice) Glacier.

You know you\'ve really arrived when you stand at 1913 meters, at the \'Mer de Glace\', which is 7 km long and 200 meters thick, with a surface dimension of 40 km! A crystal gallery, a wildlife exhibition, an ice garden and the famous ice grotto 100 meters long, carved each year into the heart of the glacier, awaits you! After dinner, return to your hotel. Overnight in Chamonix.

Day 8 - Chamonix

Today, proceed on to Lucerne which consists picturesque mountains, lakes, cowbells, alpine villages and meadows, the poignant Lion Monument, the covered, wooden Kapellbrucke (Chapel bridge), and the ornate Jesuit Church. You will have another encounter with the marvels of Swiss shopping.

Then, continue on a scenic drive to the city of Zurich, where on arrival, you will proceed on an orientation tour strolling down Bahnhofstrasse - the city's fanciest shopping street, past famous sites like Peterskirche (St. Peter's Church) situated in a medieval square, famous for its 16th century clock, the largest clock face in Europe. The elegant copper spire of the Fraumunster found in the 9th century with impressive stained glass windows. Across the Limmat River, you will get a view of the beautiful Romanesque and Gothic Cathedral dedicated to Zurich's patron saints.

Good times need never end! As you transfer to the airport for your flight back home, relive the high points of your 'European Gems' tour. We are confident you will join us again sometime soon.

Breakfast at the hotel and lunch at an Indian restaurant.


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Inclusions

  • Round-trip Flights
  • Hotel Stay
  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing
  • Transfers
  • Visa

Exclusions

  • Charges Not Mentioned
  • Entrance Fees
  • Personal Expenses
  • Porter Charges
  • Surcharges
  • Tips

Close
Validity From : April 1, 2018
Validity To : July 31, 2018

Close
Day 1 - Paris

Welcome to your 'European Gems' tour.

On arrival, your representative will greet you at the 'designated meeting point' at the exit. After immigration and customs, transfer comfortably to your hotel (check-in after 1600 hours).

We takes care to schedule your sightseeing the next day so that you can relax after your long flight and get over your jetlag.

Overnight in Paris.

Dinner at an Indian restaurant

Day 2 - Paris

Start the day taking in the dazzling overview of the glittering city as you ascend by an elevator to the 2nd level of the Eiffel Tower!

Enjoy a guided panoramic highlight city tour visiting famous monuments like the Pyramid of the Louvre, Garnier's Opera, the largest opera theatre in the world, the River Seine, the Place de la Concorde - the site of the infamous guillotine, the Champs Elysees - one of the most fashionable streets in the world, the Napoleanic Arc de Triomphe and the Hotel des Invalides.

The evening is at leisure. You have an option to enjoy 'Gala Evening in Paris' and experience the joie de vivre of 'Gaie Paris'.

Overnight in Paris.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 3 - Eindhoven

Today, proceed on to Brussels.

On arrival, a walking orientation tour takes you to the magnificent Gothic St. Michael and St. Gudula Cathedral. Then via Galeries Saint Hubert - the world's first shopping mall, opened in 1847, to the Grand Place, Europe's most beautiful square. This exquisite market square is the main tourist attraction of the city. Shop here (time permitting) for world famous Belgian lace, chocolate and Belgian waffles dusted with caramelized sugar.

Also see the Manneken Pis (photo stop) - the cheeky statue of a boy, representing the "irreverent spirit" of Brussels, which has drawn sightseers for centuries.

Later, continue your drive to your hotel in Netherlands and check-in.

Overnight in Netherlands.

Breakfast and Indian dinner at the hotel

Day 4 - Eindhoven

Drive through Dutch countryside. Let the windmills which still wield their magic enchant you. There's a photo stop at one.

Then, drive to Amsterdam. Clogs, Cheese and Holland are inseparable and a factory visit demonstrates this business. The canals beckon as you board a glass topped boat and glide past regal mansions, houseboats and bridges. A canal cruise in Amsterdam is a rewarding experience. Spend some leisure time at Dam Square with the Nieuwe Kerk (New Church), the Royal Palace and the National Monument.

Overnight in Netherlands.

Breakfast and Indian dinner at the hotel

Day 5 - Rhineland

Continue your scenic drive to Cologne, the metropolis on River Rhine, where on arrival you will visit the Cathedral - the first Gothic Church in Rhineland with its characteristic spires.

Proceed on to Heidelberg, situated in the valley of the River Neckar and world famous for its romantic castle and picturesque old town with awe inspiring surroundings.

Enjoy some leisure time at the 'Altstadt' - an old section of the town.

Later, after dinner, check-in to your hotel.

Overnight in Rhineland.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 6 - Chamonix

This morning, sit back and relax on an enjoyable drive through the Black Forest to arrive at Drubba - the alpine nest of the Cuckoo Clock situated in the unique Hollental (Hell's Valley), directly at the mouth of the Ravennaschult (Ravenna Glen). Witness a demonstration to explain the making of authentic cuckoo clocks in their original form, each piece carefully crafted for precision! The Cuckoo clock is said to have originated between 1740 and 1750 and has remained more or less unchanged in its unique design. A visit here is a memorable experience.

Enjoy a comfortable drive to the scenic splendour of Chamonix Mont Blanc. It's 'Love at first sight' as you enter the beautiful Chamonix Valley and the majestic mountains of the Mont Blanc range.

Arrive and check-in to your hotel.

Overnight in Chamonix.

Breakfast at the hotel and dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Day 7 - Chamonix

Today, enjoy an excursion tour. Ride on the highest and most impressive cable car, the Aiguille du Midi, lifts you to 3842 meters for an unforgettable view of the alps.

The more fearless will take A STEP INTO THE VOID, onto a 2.50 m glass cage out over a 1000 m precipice. A product of modern architectural and technical prowess and a sensation packed experience.

The Aiguille du Midi has its own postage stamp and a letterbox!

Continue your excursion with a ride on the nostalgic red cog railway to Montenvers. The train climbs a steep track, through scenic Alpine scenery, to a stunning vantage point above the \'Mer de Glace\' (sea of ice) Glacier.

You know you\'ve really arrived when you stand at 1913 meters, at the \'Mer de Glace\', which is 7 km long and 200 meters thick, with a surface dimension of 40 km! A crystal gallery, a wildlife exhibition, an ice garden and the famous ice grotto 100 meters long, carved each year into the heart of the glacier, awaits you! After dinner, return to your hotel. Overnight in Chamonix.

Day 8 - Chamonix

Today, proceed on to Lucerne which consists picturesque mountains, lakes, cowbells, alpine villages and meadows, the poignant Lion Monument, the covered, wooden Kapellbrucke (Chapel bridge), and the ornate Jesuit Church. You will have another encounter with the marvels of Swiss shopping.

Then, continue on a scenic drive to the city of Zurich, where on arrival, you will proceed on an orientation tour strolling down Bahnhofstrasse - the city's fanciest shopping street, past famous sites like Peterskirche (St. Peter's Church) situated in a medieval square, famous for its 16th century clock, the largest clock face in Europe. The elegant copper spire of the Fraumunster found in the 9th century with impressive stained glass windows. Across the Limmat River, you will get a view of the beautiful Romanesque and Gothic Cathedral dedicated to Zurich's patron saints.

Good times need never end! As you transfer to the airport for your flight back home, relive the high points of your 'European Gems' tour. We are confident you will join us again sometime soon.

Breakfast at the hotel and lunch at an Indian restaurant.


Close

Inclusions

  • Round-trip Flights
  • Hotel Stay
  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing
  • Transfers
  • Visa

Exclusions

  • Charges Not Mentioned
  • Entrance Fees
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Validity From : April 1, 2018
Validity To : July 31, 2018

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Trip Duration: 11 Nights / 12 Days
Itinerary: 1 Nights Amsterdam | 1 Nights St Goar | 1 Nights Munich | 1 Nights Innsbruck | 1 Nights Venice | 2 Nights Rome | 1 Nights Florence | 1 Nights Lucerne | 2 Nights Paris

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This package includes:
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INR 194,276
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Day 1 - Amsterdam

Meet up with your Contiki team before we hit the road and take a ferry past the White Cliffs of Dover. Next stop: the buzzing, free-wheeling city of Amsterdam. Check out Amsterdam's eye-opening Red Light District, where the creative and wacky come together on narrow cobbled streets, 24/7. With an optional evening canal cruise, you've got a chance to get to know the group, unwind with a few drinks and uncover Amsterdam at water level. Get some pointers on the city's hot spots from your Trip Manager and head into town for a fun night out.

Hotel, Dinner

Canal Cruise (1.5 hours) Euro 31.50

Day 2 - St Goar

Experience Amsterdam's coffee shops, museums and cool, quirky boutiques. In your free time, wander along shady canals and pass gabled houses or hop on two wheels like the laid-back locals and bike through the centre of town. Chill out while the coach follows the Rhine River, weaving through valleys dotted with castles and vineyards. Next stop - the pretty, old-world village of St. Goar, complete with fairy tale castle and the world's largest free-hanging cuckoo clock! Kick back with a glass of local wine and choose to find out more with the optional wine tasting in a candlelit underground cellar.

Hotel, Breakfast and Dinner

Wine tasting Euro 9.00

Day 3 - Munich

Travelling south, pull into the home of the world-famous Oktoberfest, Munich - a city that blends traditional Bavarian culture with modern lifestyle. Explore the heart of Munich's old town with the crew, and head to Marienplatz. It's a central gathering spot famous for the Glockenspiel a Gothic clock, complete with 32 dancing figures and 43 chiming bells. Get off the beaten track and onto Munich's side streets with our Local Guide on a fun biking tour around the city it's a great way to see the sights. Then, get a taste of tradition at a typical beer hall. Park yourself at a long wooden table, order yourself some hearty local food, like roasted pork knuckle, and quench your thirst with a stein of one of Germany's 5000 brews.

Hotel, Breakfast

Mike's Bikes Tour (Summer only) Euro 21.00

Day 4 - Innsbruck

Roll on through the Tyrol's massive mountains to a cute Austrian village in a region famous for adventure sports. Plunge into some whitewater rafting in an adrenalin-pumping optional activity on the river. Afterward, there's a chance to visit the Swarovski Crystal World Museum and pick up some of their world-famous crystal. Wrap up the day with a bit of time to do your own thing - laze about or get out for a walk in the surrounding hills.

Hotel, Breakfast and Dinner

White Water Rafting Euro 43.00

Day 5 - Venice

This morning, roll on to Venice. Take some time to practice your Italian phrases on the coach as we travel through the Brenner Pass. Known as the floating city, Venice is packed with character, crammed with hidden lanes and linked by a network of canals. Jump on our private boat and travel through the waters of the lagoon to visit the city's historical heart. The limestone Bridge of Sighs, the gothic arches of Doge's Palace and the expanse of St. Mark's Square (pigeons and all!) show Venice's unique beauty and way of life. Take some time to explore the floating city and lose yourself in the backstreets. There's an optional walking tour where you can discover the labyrinth of interweaving lanes, waterways, palaces, piazzi and markets with our Local Guide. You'll see historic monuments, hidden treasures and the Rialto market - a local favourite for food shopping. Maybe grab a table on St. Mark's Square and eat some delicious Italian food al fresco. Cap off the day with an optional gondola ride & share this amazing experience with your friends - seeing Venice from on the water is unforgettable!

Hotel, Breakfast

Gondola ride Euro 23.00
Venetian Dinner Euro 34.50

Day 6 - Rome

Criss-cross the