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Zurich tours, sights and activities

10D7N Luzurious Switzerland

Tour Package SGD2488

    Highlights

    Zermatt
    The Gornergrat, Matterhorn
    Jungfraujoch
    Kleine Scheidegg, Top of Europe, Ice Cave, Grindelwald
    Interlaken
    Eiger, Mönch, Jungfrau, Lake Thun, Lake Brienz
    Geneva
    Chapel Bridge, Lion Monument, Luzern’s Malls
    Titlis
    Engelberg, Highest Vantage Point
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    Giamso Tours

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  • Day 1: Singapore - Zurich
    Check-in at Changi Airport before taking your scheduled flight to Switzerland – Zurich is the largest city in Switzerland. Zurich can be counted as one of the world's pre-eminent global cities.
    Day 2: Swiss Border – Zermatt
    Departing from the airport railway station, you travel to Zermatt (approx. 3 hrs 38 minutes). This quiet Alpine resort lies at the foot of the Matterhorn. Zermatt is a car-free zone so you can relax and enjoy the beauty of the majestic mountain.The only transport allowed is electric cars and horse-drawn sleighs Check in at your hotel. The rest of the day you are free to explore the village on your own. Overnight stay at Zermatt
    Day 3: Zermatt – Gornergrat
    After breakfast, discover a stunning natural paradise The Gornergrat train takes you from Zermatt to the top of the 3’089m (11’333 ft) Gornergrat. The journey goes through aromatic stone pine and larch forests and across alpine meadows, which are blossoming with flowers in summer and covered with snow in winter. Experience 29 four-thousand-meter-high mountains covered with snow and ice. Enjoy the breathtaking view over the most famous peak in Switzerland - the Matterhorn. In the afternoon return to the hotel. Overnight stay at Zermatt
    Day 4: Zermatt – Interlaken
    In the morning, travel to Interlaken by train (approx. 2 hrs 15 minutes). Experience crystalclear lakes, sparkling streams and fantastic falls, caressed by the sunbeams. The towering trio of Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau stands like stately sentinel over a world of eternal snow. Between these captivating contrasts, a treasure trove of holiday delights is waiting to be discovered. Here are just a few of many attractions, which never fail to fascinate visitors to this Swiss region. After having checked in at your hotel, the rest of the day is free to explore Interlaken on your own. Overnight stay at Interlaken.
    Day 5: Interlaken – Jungfraujoch
    After breakfast, you board the train to Kleine Scheidegg via Lauterbrunnen (approx. 1.5 hrs). The famous Jungfrau railway takes you to the highest station in Europe (approx. 1 hrs). A day of fun and excitement is awaiting you in the captivating snow peaks of Jungfraujoch - Top of Europe (3’454 m / 11’333 ft). Visit the Ice Cave with its ice formations or else explore the snow on the glacier. You find a range of international restaurants on the Jungfraujoch. Return to Interlaken (approx. 2.5 hrs) by train with an optional stopover in Grindelwald. Overnight stay at Interlaken
    Day 6: Interlaken – Luzern
    After breakfast, you are free to do whatever you like. For example take a walk through Interlaken, experience the shopping opportunities or enjoy a cruise on Lake Thun or Lake Brienz (not incl.). Later proceed to the station for your train connection to Luzern (approx. 2 hrs). Overnight stay at Luzern.
    Day 7: Interlaken – Mount Titlis
    Today, travel by train to Engelberg (approx. 1 hrs), which is just an hour away. Experience the world’s first revolving cable car that takes (approx. 45 mins.) you to the top of Switzerland’s Highest Vantage Point with a breathtaking 360 degree view. Spend some time in the snow with your snow disc. In the evening you return to Luzern (approx. 2 hrs). Overnight stay at Luzern.
    Day 8: Luzern - Zürich
    Today you are free to explore Luzern on your own. Visit the 700 years-old wooden Chapel Bridge, the Lion Monument and discover Luzern’s Malls. Buy some of the famous souvenirs like Swiss watches, Swiss cheese and Swiss chocolate. Proceed to Zürich by train (approx. 1 hrs). Overnight stay at Zürich/Geneva.
    Day 9: ZüRich – Departure
    After breakfast, free at leisure until the time to proceed to the airport for your return flight back to Singapore.
    Day 10: Singapore Arrival
    • Inclusions:
      • Return Economy class by Finnair – ‘W’ Class
      • 2 overnight stays at Zermatt with breakfast.
      • 2 overnight stays at Interlaken with breakfast.
      • 2 overnight stays at Luzern with breakfast.
      • 1 overnight stay at Zürich with breakfast.
      • Excursions to Gornergrat, Jungfraujoch and Mount Titlis.
      • Swiss rail travel in 2nd class as per the given tour program.
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Zurich tours, sights and activities

8D6N Glacier Express Wonderland

Tour Package SGD0

    Highlights

    Chur
    Matterhorn Gotthard Bahn, Glacier Express, Alps, Middle Ages, Bernina Express, St. Moritz, Upper Engadine
    Lucerne
    Lake Luzern, Chapel Bride, Lion Monument, Bucherer malls
    Brig
    Valais Alps, Rhone Valley, Magnificent Mountains, Stockalper Castle, Bahnhofstrasse, Old Town, Gornergrat
    Zurich
    Bahnhofstrasse, Lake Zurich
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  • Day 1: Singapore - Zürich
    Check-in at Changi Airport before taking your scheduled flight to Switzerland – Zurich is the largest city in Switzerland. Zürich can be counted as one of the world's pre-eminent global cities
    Day 2: Swiss Border – Brig
    On arrival in Zürich, travel to Brig by train (approx. 2hrs 09 min). Brig is located in the midst of the Valais Alps. The historical town is situated at the hub of international routes and invites visitors to take some time off. The Rhone Valley with its Magnificent Mountains, deep valleys and breathtaking scenery is the dividing line between north and south. Visit the majestic Stockalper Castle, the pilgrimage and collegiate church and the Sebastian chapel. Go shopping in the buzzing Bahnhofstrasse and the Old Town. After check in at your hotel, you are free to explore Brig on your own for the rest of the day. Overnight stay at Brig.
    Day 3: Brig – Gornergrat - Brig
    After breakfast, travel to Zermatt (approx 1.5hrs) by train. The famous car – free resort lies at the foot of the majestic Matterhorn. Discover a stunning natural paradise: The Gornergrat train takes you from Zermatt to the top of the 3089m (11’333FT) Gornergrat. The journey goes through aromatic stone pine and larch forests, across alpine meadows, which are blossoming with flowers in the summer and covered with snow in winter. Experience 29 four-thousand-meter high mountains covered with snow and ice. In the afternoon to Brig (approx. 1.5hrs). Overnight stay at Brig.
    Day 4: Brig – Glacier Express - Chur
    After breakfast, check out and proceed to Matterhorn Gotthard Bahn station, where you can board the world famous Glacier Express to Chur. A 4 hour panoramic trip through the Alps in the heart of Switzerland awaits you. We suggest you to make a reservation for lunch in the train. There is also a minibar service In the afternoon you arrive in Chur, the capital of Graubünden, which is the oldest town in Switzerland. It has retained a great deal of its old character.The old town, full of cobbled alleys, secret courtyards and townhouses breathes the spirit of the Middle Ages. The huge cathedral is a symbol of the bishop-princes, who ruled in the past. Overnight stay at Chur.
    Day 5: Chur – Bernina Express - Chur
    Today you will board the Bernina Express from Chur to Poschiavo. In Poschiavo, it's possible to take a train to St. Moritz, the famous resort in the middle of the lake-dotted landscape of the Upper Engadine. The “dry, sparkling champagne climate” has become legendary and the famous sun of St. Moritz shines an average 322 days a year. In the evening you return to Chur. Overnight stay at Chur.
    Day 6: Chur – Zürich
    After breakfast, check-out and travel to Zurich by train (approx. 1.5hrs). For the rest of the day, you are free to go shopping in the famous mall street “Bahnhofstrasse” which is situated on the shores of Lake Zurich. Or you explore the nightlife of Switzerland’s biggest city. Overnight stay at Zurich.
    Day 7: Zürich – Luzern (Lucerne)
    Today, you ca explore Luzern (approx. 1hr), the musical city. Enjoy the beautiful Lake Luzern, visit the famous Chapel Bride and the Lion Monument or explore the famous Bucherer malls. Return to Zurich in the evening (approx. 1hr). Overnight stay at Zurich
    Day 8: Zürich – Singapore
    After breakfast, free at leisure until the time to proceed to the airport for your return flight back to Singapore.
    • Inclusions:
      • Return Economy class by Finnair – ‘W’ Class
      • 2 overnight stays at Brig with breakfast.
      • 2 overnight stays at Chur with breakfast.
      • 2 overnight stays at Zürich with breakfast.
      • Excursions to Gornergrat, Glacier Express, Bernina Express.
      • Swiss rail travel in 2nd class as per the given tour program.
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11D8N Majestic Switzerland

Tour Package SGD2808

    Highlights

    Saint Moritz
    Upper Engadine, St. Moritz.
    Jungfraujoch
    Jungfrau, Top of Europe, Sunny Deol, The Hero, Ice Cave, Grindelwald
    Interlaken
    Eiger, Mönch, Jungfrau
    Lucerne
    Brünig Pass, Chapel Bridge, Lion Monument
    Zermatt
    St. Moritz, Glacier Express, Oberalp Pass, Alps, Matterhorn, The Gornergrat
    Titlis
    Engelberg
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  • Day 1: Singapore - Zurich
    Assemble at Chanig airport for your flight to Switzerland - Zurich is the largest city in Switzerland and the capital of the canton of Zurich, Zurich can be counted as one of the world's preminent global cities
    Day 2: Zurich – St. Moritz
    Upon arrival in Zürich, we will proceed to the train station and enjoy the journey to St. Moritz (approx. 3.5 hrs), one of the most renowned holiday resorts in the world, elegant and exclusive with a pronouncedly cosmopolitan ambiance. It is situated at (5’624 ft) above sea level, which is in the middle of the lake-dotted landscape of the Upper Engadine. The “dry, sparkling champagne climate” has become legendary and the famous sun shines on average 322 days a year. Overnight stay at St. Moritz.
    Day 3: St. Moritz – Glacier Express - Zermatt
    After an early breakfast, you will travel from St. Moritz to Zermatt by Glacier Express. A 7 ½ hour journey is lying ahead of you with 219 bridges, 91 tunnels and the Oberalp Pass at 2’033 m (6’607 ft). Enjoy a panoramic trip through the Alps in the heart of Switzerland. We suggest that you book a table in the dining car. You arrive in Zermatt in the early evening. This car-free resort is situated at the foot of the majestic Matterhorn. Overnight stay at Zermatt.
    Day 4: Zermatt - Gornergrat
    Today discover a stunning natural paradise The Gornergrat train takes you from Zermatt to the top of the 3’089 m (11’333 ft) Gornergrat. The journey goes through aromatic stone pine and larch forests and across alpine meadows. Experience 29 four-thousand-meter-high mountains covered with snow and ice. In the afternoon you return to the hotel. Overnight stay at Zermatt.
    Day 5: Zermatt – Interlaken
    After breakfast, travel to Interlaken by train (approx. 2 hrs 15 minutes). Experience crystal clear lakes, sparkling streams and fantastic falls, caressed by the sunbeams. The towering trio of Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau stands sentinel over a world of eternal snow. After having checked in at your hotel, the rest of the day is free to explore Interlaken on your own. Overnight stay at Interlaken.
    Day 6: Interlaken – Jungfraujoch
    After breakfast, you willl board the train to Kleine Scheidegg via Lauterbrunnen (approx. 1.5 hrs). The famous Jungfrau railway takes you to the highest station in Europe. A day of fun and excitement awaitis you in the captivating snow peaks of Jungfraujoch – Top of Europe (11’333 ft). Film star Sunny Deol jumped from here into the depth in his award winning Film “The Hero”. Visit the Ice Cave or else explore the snow on the glacier. You will find a range of international restaurants on the Jungfraujoch. Return to Interlaken (approx. 2.5 hrs) by train with an optional stopover in Grindelwald.
    Day 7: Interlaken – Luzern (Lucerne)
    After breakfast, the morning is free to explore Interlaken on your own. In the afternoon, proceed to Luzern by panoramic train over the Brünig Pass (approx. 2 hrs). Overnight stay at Luzern.
    Day 8: Luzern – Mount Titlis
    Today, travel by train to Engelberg (approx. 1 hrs), which is just an hour away. Experience the world’s first revolving cable car that takes you to the top of Switzerland’s highest vantage point with a breathtaking 360 degree view (approx. 45 mins). Spend some time in the snow with your snow disc. In the evening you return to Luzern (approx. 2 hrs). Overnight stay at Luzern.
    Day 9: Luzern – Zürich
    Today you are free to explore Luzern on your own. Visit the 700 year-old wooden Chapel Bridge, the Lion Monument and discover Luzern’s malls. Now is the time to shop and buy some of the famous souvenirs like Swiss watches, Swiss cheese and Swiss chocolate back. Next, we will proceed to Zürich by train (approx. 1 hr). Overnight stay at Zürich.
    Day 10: Depart Zurich
    After breakfast, free at leisure until the time to proceed to the airport for your return flight back to Singapore.
    Day 11: Arrival - Singapore
    • Note:
      • Return Economy class by Finnair – ‘W’ Class
      • 1 overnight stay at St. Moritz with breakfast.
      • 2 overnight stays at Zermatt with breakfast.
      • 2 overnight stays at Interlaken with breakfast.
      • 2 overnight stays at Luzern with breakfast.
      • 1 overnight stay at Zürich with breakfast.
      • Excursions to Gornergrat, Jungfraujoch and Mount Titlis, Glacier Express St. Moritz-Zermatt.
      • Swiss rail travel in 2nd class as per the given tour program.
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Frankfurt tours, sights and activities

10D8N Western Europe

Tour Package SGD1798

    Highlights

    Paris
    Place Stanislas, Champs-Élysées, Arc de Triomphe, Place de la Concorde, Notre Dame, French Gothic architecture, Eiffel Tower, Galeries Lafayette, Lido
    Füssen
    Rhine River, Römerberg Plaza, St. Paul’s Church
    Milan
    Neuschwanstein Castle, Romanesque Revival Palace, Disneyland's Sleeping Beauty Castle
    Nancy
    Engelberg, Mt. Titlis, Alps
    Amsterdam
    Louvre Museum, The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris
    Lucerne
    Milan Cathedral, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Via Montenapoleone, Milan Fashion District, Lion Monument, French Revolution, Chapel Bridge, Lake Lucerne.
    Frankfurt
    Dam Square, Diamond Factory, Zaanse Schans
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  • Day 1: Singapore – Frankfurt
    Check in at Changi Airport for your flight to Frankfurt. Upon arrival, transfer to hotel by shuttle service. Overnight stay in Frankfurt
    Day 2: Frankfurt – Füssen (B)
    In the morning, we will go sightseeing in Europe’s financial centre – Frankfurt. It is located in the middle of the Rhine River. We will visit the famous Römerberg Plaza and St. Paul’s Church, which are next to the Rhine River. As a tribute to its symbolism of freedom, St. Paul’s Church was the first structure in Frankfurt the city rebuilt after World War II. Afterwards, we enjoy shopping at the nearby city centre then continue our journey to Füssen, a town in Bavaria, Germany. Overnight stay in Füssen or nearby city.
    Day 3: Füssen – Milan (B)
    Visit the world-famous Neuschwanstein Castle, a 19th century Romanesque Revival Palace. The palace was the inspiration for Disneyland's Sleeping Beauty Castle and is visited by more than one million people each year. In the afternoon, we continue our journey to Milan, the second-largest city in Italy. Overnight stay in Milan or nearby city
    Day 4: Milan – Lucerne (B)
    In the morning, begin the Milan city tour. Milan is the main industrial, commercial and financial centre of Italy as well as a major world fashion and design capital. First visit the symbol of Milan – Milan Cathedral, the fifth largest cathedral in the world. Afterwards, enjoy shopping at Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the oldest shopping mall in Italy, as well as Via Montenapoleone, an elegant and expensive street in the Milan Fashion District. In the afternoon, we continue our journey to Lucerne, Switzerland. Visit the Lion Monument, which commemorates the Swiss Guards massacred during the French Revolution, and Chapel Bridge, which is located near the famous Lake Lucerne. Overnight stay in Lucerne or nearby city.
    Day 5: Lucerne – Nancy (B)
    Visit Engelberg and experience the world’s first revolving cable car (approx. 45 mins) that takes you to the top of Switzerland’s highest vantage point, Mt. Titlis, with a breath-taking 360 degree view. At an altitude of 3020 metres above sea level, visitors are treated to a fabulous view of the central Alps. Afterwards, have lunch at the restaurant (at own expenses) surrounded by a spectacular view of snow before continuing on the journey to Nancy, France. Overnight stay in Nancy or nearby city.
    Day 6: Nancy – Paris (B)
    Visit the city of Nancy, where Place Stanislas, a large pedestrianized square is located. It is considered the most beautiful royal square in Europe and is on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. Afterwards, proceed to Paris to visit all the world-famous spots, including Champs-Élysées, “the most beautiful avenue in the world” where the magnificent Arc de Triomphe is situated at the western end while Place de la Concorde, a major public square is located at the eastern end. Visit Notre Dame, one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture as well as Paris’ landmark, the Eiffel Tower. Enjoy shopping at the famous Galeries Lafayette, an upmarket French department store company. To enjoy the French night scene, our guide will be pleased to book a boat trip or alternatively you can watch the famous “Lido” show (at own expenses). Overnight stay in Paris or nearby city.
    Day 7: Paris – Amsterdam (B)
    In the morning, visit the world famous Louvre Museum, one of the world’s largest museums, and a historic monument. Nearly 35,000 objects from prehistory to the 19th century are exhibited over an area of 60,600 square metres and with more than 8 million visitors each year; the Louvre is the world's most visited museum. Afterwards, visit Montmartre, a hill that is 130 metres high where the popular landmark The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris is located. Later, we continue our journey to the Netherlands and have dinner (at own expenses) in the Amsterdam city centre. Overnight stay in Amsterdam or nearby city.
    Day 8: Amsterdam – Frankfurt (B)
    Visit the Dam Square, one of the most well-known locations in the city due to its notable buildings and frequent events. Enjoy shopping for souvenirs and clothes at H&M or Bijenkorf, a 20,000 m2 shopper’s paradise selling anything from groceries to diamonds. Amsterdam is also famous for diamonds with sophisticated polishing technology; we will visit the Diamond Factory. Afterwards, proceed to the unique Zaanse Schans, which has a collection of well-preserved historic windmills and houses. In the afternoon, we head back to Frankfurt. Overnight stay in Frankfurt.
    Day 9: Depart Frankfurt (B)
    Enjoy a free day in Frankfurt until proceeding to the airport for your flight back to Singapore.
    Day 10: Arrival Singapore
    • Package Inclusion:-
      • 7 nights accommodation at 3* hotels
      • 1 night pre-tour accommodation at 3* Frankfurt hotel
      • Services of English/Mandarin speaking guide
      • Tour as per itinerary
      • Return airfare to Frankfurt
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Paris tours, sights and activities

9D8N France and Italy Adventure

Land Tour SGD1118
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  • Day 1: Friday: Arrival in Paris
    Upon arrival in Paris, transfer to hotel. Enjoy a leisure day in Paris. Overnight in Paris or a nearby city.
    Day 2: Saturday: Paris – Lucerne (B)
    Paris – Lucerne (650 km) In the morning, we will enjoy a scenic journey across classic French countryside en route to mountainous Switzerland. We will pass through Basel, which is located at the point where the Swiss, French and German borders meet, before arriving at the picturesque lakeside city of Lucerne. Here you will get to see Lucerne’s famous landmarks, including Chapel Bridge, the Water Tower, followed by some free time to shop or take pictures. Overnight in Lucerne or a nearby city.
    Day 3: Sunday: Lucerne – Milan – Verona – Venice (B)
    Lucerne – Milan – Verona – Venice (400 km) Today, we head south from Lucerne into northern Italy, where our first stop will be Milan, the fashion capital of the world. The tour in Milan will introduce you to the city’s iconic sights including Sforza Castle, Duomo (Gothic Cathedral) and La Scala opera house. We will also see one of the world’s oldest shopping malls, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. Afterwards, we continue our journey to Verona, home to some of Italy’s finest architecture and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Enjoy a tour on foot and walk past the Roman amphitheatre, Verona Arena. Visit the residence of Verona’s most famous characters, Romeo and Juliet. After some free time, we will proceed to Venice. Overnight in Mestre or a nearby city.
    Day 4: Monday: Venice – Rome (B)
    Venice – Rome (550 km) Today, we will first begin with a waterbus ride to San Marco Island and along the way seeing distinctive waterside buildings. Once on the island, we will embark on a tour to famous locations, beginning in the Piazzo with the Basilica di San Marco, a stunning piece of Byzantine architecture. We will also see the legendary Bridge of Sighs which connects the old prison to the interrogation rooms in the Doge’s Palace. Afterwards, we will witness some traditional Venetian craftwork at close quarters with a demonstration by Murano glassblowers. You can also choose to take a gondola ride* to the Grand Canal. In the afternoon, we proceed to Rome. Overnight in Rome or a nearby city.
    Day 5: Tuesday: Rome – Vatican – Florence (B)
    Rome – Vatican – Florence (280 km) The day starts with a visit to the smallest state in the world, Vatican City, which lies at the heart of the Italian capital. Here you will marvel at St. Peter’s Basilica which was completed in 1615. Alternatively, you can choose to add on an optional Sistine Chapel* tour to view Michelangelo’s famous painted ceiling. Next, we head to the Trevi Fountain, the lavish Baroque showpiece where people flock to throw coins into the water – an action which is said to ensure you will return to the city again one day. After lunch, it is highly recommended for you to take an optional guided tour of the The Colosseum, which was built in the year AD72. Afterwards, we proceed to the nearby Arch of Constantine, which was originally built as a temple to all gods, but has been a Christian church since the 7th century. Then, we spend some free time enjoying Rome, before heading to Florence in the late evening. Overnight in Florence or a nearby city.
    Day 6: Wednesday: Florence – Pisa – Genoa (B)
    Florence – Pisa – Genoa (250 km) We begin the day by taking in a wonderful panoramic overview of the city from Piazzale Michelangelo, which boasts glorious vistas over the red roofs, Arno River and ancient city walls out towards the surrounding countryside. Next, we see a demonstration of the traditional craft of leather working in a local workshop. From here, we will enjoy a guided walk around Florence’s many highlights, including Ponte Vecchio, Piazza del Duomo and Campanile Tower. We will also pass Uffizi Gallery, one of the finest art galleries in the world. After the tour, we will free time to roam the streets, shop and relax at street side cafes. Afterwards, we head to Pisa, where many beautiful landmarks are located, including Leaning Tower of Pisa, Duomo (Cathedral) and the Baptistery. Overnight in Genoa or a nearby city.
    Day 7: Thursday: Genoa – Monaco – Nice – Cannes – Avignon (B)
    Genoa – Monaco – Nice – Cannes – Avignon (450 km) This morning, we take a breathtaking drive along one of Europe’s most famous stretches of Mediterranean coastline as we head towards Monaco. Look out for the famous Monte -Carlo Casino as we cruise into town. A walking sightseeing tour here takes you to the grand Prince’s Palace, where we will have some free time, before continuing to view 1920s Courthouse, Cliffside Oceanographic Museum, and the cathedral, where Grace Kelly is buried. We then travel further to visit the famous Fragonard Perfume Factory. Here, we will be taken on a fascinating guided tour around this working factory. Afterwards, we proceed to Nice, where we will stop for lunch to sample some excellent local cuisine and warm-hearted hospitality. Our journey continues to Cannes, where we will stop for photos of the Palais des Festival, home to the city’s annual international film festival, before transferring to Avignon Nord. Overnight in Avignon or a nearby city.
    Day 8: Friday: Avignon – Paris (B)
    Avignon – Paris (700 km) In the morning, as we head north to Paris, take a rest today as we enjoy great views of the changing rural charms of the French countryside. Overnight in Paris or a nearby city.
    Day 9: Saturday: Paris – Departure (B)
    Depart from Paris and board the flight back home.
    • Includes:
      • Return airport transfers
      • Guided tour with coach
      • Daily continental breakfast at hotels (for all other meals, we offer assistance with reservations and directions to local restaurants/cafes)
      • 8 nights’ accommodation at hotels Excludes:
      • Personal travel insurance
      • All meals except breakfast
      • Admission fees
      • Tips
      • City taxes and fees
      • Airport taxes
    • Indicates optional tours (other optional tours are available as well)
    • Please take note that the itinerary is for reference only and is subject to changes without prior notice. Accurate itinerary will be given to passengers prior to departures. Our local representatives reserve the right in adjusting the sequences of itinerary due to safety reason & unforeseen circumstances.
    • Language:
      • English: Twin $1,318, Triple $1,318, Single $1,948, Child $1,318, Twin Child (bed) $1,318, Child (no bed) $1,118
      • Chinese: Twin $1,188, Triple $1,188, Single $1,828, Child $1,188, Twin Child (bed) $1,188, Child (no bed) $988
    • To discover more parts of Europe, consider continuing your trip on the 8D7N England & Scotland package.
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Frankfurt tours, sights and activities

9D8N Western Europe Discovery

Land Tour SGD1188

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    Paris
    Palais, Garnier, Galeries, Lafayette, Printemps
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  • Day 1: Sunday: Arrival in Frankfurt
    Upon arrival in Frankfurt, transfer to hotel. Enjoy a leisure day in Frankfurt. Overnight in Frankfurt or a nearby city.
    Day 2: Monday: Frankfurt – Bonn – Cologne – Amsterdam (B)
    Frankfurt – Bonn – Cologne – Amsterdam (500 km) We continue our journey to Bonn, the capital of West Germany from the year 1949 to 1990. Visit Bonn’s Altes Rathaus (Old Town Hall) which was completed in Rococo style in 1780 and also where John F. Kennedy and Queen Elizabeth II gave speeches. Afterwards, proceed to Bonn’s main attraction, Ludwig Van Beethoven Haus which contains the largest Beethoven collection in the world – the impressive authentic documents bear witness to Beethoven's life and compositions. Afterwards, we will drive to Cologne, where we will visit the Cologne Cathedral, the most famous heritage in this city. After lunch, we will proceed to Amsterdam. Overnight in Amsterdam or a nearby city.
    Day 3: Tuesday: Amsterdam – Zaanse Schans – Amsterdam (B)
    Amsterdam – Zaanse Schans – Amsterdam (50 km) In the morning, enjoy a sightseeing tour on a countryside excursion to the village of Zaanse Schans, where we will visit the Wooden Shoes Factory, Cheese Farm and stop for photos at the Windmills which was one of the most important and historic architecture since The Netherlands started to establish their country. (From mid-March to mid-May, the trip to Zaanse Schans will be replaced by a visit to Keukenhof Garden, a *32 hectare seasonal exhibition of beautifully coloured and scented displays of spring flowers) Afterwards, we will travel back to the city centre and visit a famous diamond factory which has been in a high technique since the 16th century. Then, free time for leisure and perhaps take a Canal Cruise* to enjoy the evening before dinner. Overnight in Amsterdam or a nearby city.
    Day 4: Wednesday: Amsterdam – Brussels – Paris (B)
    Amsterdam – Brussels – Paris (500 km) The day begins with a drive to Brussels, the Belgian capital, and along the way, stop for a photo at the Atomium, a monument of the first World Fair after the WW II which took place in Brussels in 1958. Then, drive to the city centre and visit Grand Place, the central square of Brussels which is known to be an architectural jewel. Visit Mannenken Pis as well, which is a landmark small bronze sculpture in Brussels depicting a naked little boy urinating into a fountain's basin. Afterwards, we continue our journey to Paris. Overnight in Paris or a nearby city.
    Day 5: Thursday: Paris – Versailles – Paris (B)
    Paris – Versailles – Paris (60 km) Today, we will enjoy a sightseeing tour which includes the Arc de Triomphe, a drive along the Avenue des Champs-Élysées to the Place de la Concorde, where the royal and many aristocracy members were guillotined there during the Revolution. Then, visit Hotel des Invalides, where Napoleon’s tomb is located. Later, we will stop at the Eiffel Tower* for photos. You can choose to make the optional ascent of the tower for unbeatable views over the city, and also take a leisure cruise along the Seine River* which offers views including Notre Dame Cathedral and Pont Alexandre III. Afterwards, we will travel out of Paris to Palace of Versailles, which was the residence of the royal family from *1722 to 1789. In the evening, you can enjoy one of the optional Paris evening shows. Overnight in Paris or a nearby city.
    Day 6: Friday: Paris (B
    Our morning visit is to one of the world’s greatest art museums –The Louvre*, where you will set your eyes upon some of history’s most famous masterpieces, including the Venus de Milo, Winged Victory of Samothrace (also called Nike of Samothrace) and Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa. You can choose to opt for a guided gallery tour. Afterwards, proceed to Place d’ Italie for lunch. Then, head to the area surrounding Palais Garnier, which is Paris’ opera house. The rest of the afternoon is free for you to shop at legendary department stores Galeries Lafayette and Printemps. After dinner, transfer to the hotel. Overnight in Paris or a nearby city.
    Day 7: Saturday: Paris – Reims – Luxembourg (B)
    Paris – Reims – Luxembourg (420 km) In the morning, we will embark on our journey along the beautiful countryside of France to Reims, the capital of Champagne – an old province of France made famous by its Champagne sparkling wine. Reims played a very important role in French history, as it was the place where the kings of France were crowned since the 11th century. Thus, the Cathedral of Reims became the most important heritage here. Later, we will drive ahead to Luxembourg, the only remaining Grand Duchy. On our arrival, enjoy the orientation at the Place de la Constitution, the canyon in the city and Pont Adolphe. Overnight in Luxembourg or a nearby city.
    Day 8: Sunday: Luxembourg – Trier – Koblenz – Frankfurt (B)
    Luxembourg – Trier – Koblenz – Frankfurt (400 km) Today, we travel to Trier, Germany’s oldest city which has been named as “Second Rome” since Constantine the Great has administrated in here for 10 years. Then, we visit Porta Nigra which is the largest Roman city gate north of the Alps. Trier is also the birthplace of influential philosopher Karl Marx; the Karl- Marx- Haus Museum is the house in which he was born. Afterwards, we will drive to Koblenz where the Rhine River and Mosel River meet. We will stop in Koblenz for lunch and you can experience a cruise on the Rhine River*. Continue our journey to Frankfurt, with a stopover in Rudesheim. On our arrival in Frankfurt, visit Romer platz. Overnight in Frankfurt or a nearby city.
    Day 9: Monday: Frankfurt – Departure (B)
    Depart from Paris and board the flight back home.
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      • Guided tour with coach
      • Daily continental breakfast at hotels (for all other meals, we offer assistance with reservations and directions to local restaurants/cafes)
      • 8 nights’ accommodation at hotels Excludes:
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      • All meals except breakfast
      • Admission fees
      • Tips
      • City taxes and fees
      • Airport taxes
    • Indicates optional tours (other optional tours are available as well)
    • Please take note that the itinerary is for reference only and is subject to changes without prior notice. Accurate itinerary will be given to passengers prior to departures. Our local representatives reserve the right in adjusting the sequences of itinerary due to safety reason & unforeseen circumstances.
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      • English: Twin $1,318, Triple $1,318, Single $1,948, Child $1,318, Twin Child (bed) $1,318 Child (no bed) $1,118.
      • Chinese: Twin $1,188, Triple $1,188, Single $1,828, Child $1,188, Twin Child (bed) $1,188 Child (no bed) $988
    • To discover more parts of Europe, consider continuing your trip on 9D8N Eastern Europe Explorer package.
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Madrid tours, sights and activities

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  • Day 1: Thursday: Arrival In Madrid
    Upon arrival in Madrid, transfer to hotel. Enjoy a leisure day in Madrid. Overnight in Madrid or a nearby city.
    Day 2: Friday: Madrid – Zaragoza (B)
    Madrid – Zaragoza (320 km) Our tour starts at the Spanish capital of Madrid, where we visit the Tbilisi Fountain, Columbus Memorial Plaza, as well as the University and Grand Palace* built by the Spanish Royal Family, which shows the magnificent and splendid former empire and its historical grandeur. Pay attention to the small square tiles placed on the pavement on the Puerta del Sol, which are common in the area. In Puerta, take the opportunity to shop for specialty leather goods, clothing and traditional Spanish souvenirs in Spain. In the afternoon, we leave Madrid and continue on to Zaragoza. Overnight in Zaragoza or a nearby city.
    Day 3: Saturday: Zaragoza – Barcelona (B)
    Zaragoza – Barcelona (300 km) In the morning, we head to the Spanish coastal city of Barcelona. Upon arrival, we will visit the Barcelona Columbus Monument and the Sagrada Família Church* by the Spanish Master Artist, Gaudi. Gaudi’s unique colourful, fairytale decoration can be seen throughout the city. Afterwards, we visit the Olympic Stadium where the 1992 Olympic Games were held. The remaining time is spent in the bustling Plaza Catalonia, where we will have free time for shopping. Overnight in Barcelona or a nearby city.
    Day 4: Sunday: Barcelona – Valencia – Alicante (B)
    Barcelona – Valencia – Alicante (525 km) We leave Barcelona for Spain's third largest city, Valencia. Upon arrival, we will tour the old city square, Torres de Serranos (old city gates) and Valencia Cathedral, where an exact copy of the Holy Grail is on permanent display. Overnight in Alicante or a nearby city.
    Day 5: Monday: Alicante – Granada – Malaga (B)
    Alicante – Granada – Malaga (485 km) This morning, we depart for the city of Granada on the plateau of the Andalusia province. Upon arrival, we visit the ruins of civilization and culture, Alhambra* which is also known as the Red Palace. Then, we proceed to Costa del Sol (Sunny Coast area) and arrive in the largest city along the coast of Malaga. This city is the birthplace of the famous Spanish Painter, Pablo Picasso. The Costa del Sol is also famous for its golden sandy beaches and secluded villas. Overnight in Malaga or a nearby city. (Due to limited access and ticket sales for Alhambra, if you would like to visit it, please kindly book through website as below: http://www.ticketmaster.es/nav/en/muchomas/granada/alhambraygeneralife09oz/alhambra_general/i ndex.html - Booking time: 1-3pm)
    Day 6: Tuesday: Malaga – Seville (B)
    Malaga – Seville (210 km) We continue our journey towards the city of Seville, the capital of Andalusia. It is the setting for the "Carmen" Opera, and also hosted the World's Fair in 1992. Upon arrival, we visit Cathedral of Seville, which is the burial place of the king's mausoleum for over a century as well as the location of the tomb of Christopher Columbus. From there onwards, we see the Alcazar Castle, a royal palace that was originally a Moorish fort. It is the oldest royal palace still in use in Europe, and it was registered in *1987 by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Afterwards, we visit Torre del Oro (Gold Tower) and Mary Luisa Park, where Plaza de España (Spain Square) is located. In the square, we can admire a crafted porcelain painting detailing the history and elegance of old Spain. Overnight in Seville or a nearby city. (If time permits, the tour guide will add to the itinerary a visit to British Gibraltar* or excursion to Mijas*.)
    Day 7: Wednesday: Seville – Lisbon (B)
    Seville – Lisbon (460 km) In the morning, we depart for Portuguese Lisbon, and are expected to arrive in the afternoon. Lisbon, the most western point of continental Europe displays the voluminous Atlantic surrounded by endless scenery. You can choose to buy the remembrance certificate to prove once footstep on the west point as it will be a memorable souvenir to keep. Lisbon is Portugal’s symbol to its adventurous and pioneering past, crossing the seas in discovery of the new world. Those interested can sample authentic Portuguese custard tarts at the century-old bakery, and decide whether they are as good as in Macao. Overnight in Lisbon or a nearby city. (You can choose to attend a Fado Musical Show* – ‘Fado’ is Portugal’s traditional folk music.)
    Day 8: Thursday: Lisbon – Toledo – Madrid (B)
    Lisbon – Toledo – Madrid (675 km) We drive back to Madrid via Toledo and catch a breath-taking view of Spain and its rich palette of colours in natural surroundings and arrive back in Madrid. Overnight in Madrid or a nearby city.
    Day 9: Friday: Madrid – Departure (B)
    Depart from Madrid and board the flight back home.
    • Includes:
      • Return airport transfers
      • Guided tour with coach
      • Daily continental breakfast at hotels (for all other meals, we offer assistance with reservations and directions to local restaurants/cafes)
      • 8 nights’ accommodation at hotels
    • Excludes:
      • Personal travel insurance
      • All meals except breakfast
      • Admission fees
      • Tips
      • City taxes and fees
      • Airport taxes
    • Indicates optional tours (other optional tours are available as well)
    • Please take note that the itinerary is for reference only and is subject to changes without prior notice. Accurate itinerary will be given to passengers prior to departures. Our local representatives reserve the right in adjusting the sequences of itinerary due to safety reason & unforeseen circumstances.
    • Language Chinese: Twin $1,188, Triple $1,188, Single $1,828, Child Twin $1,188, Child (bed) Child (no bed) $988
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  • Day 1: Sunday: Arrival In Frankfurt
    Upon arrival in Frankfurt, transfer to hotel. Enjoy a leisure day in Frankfurt. Overnight in Frankfurt or a nearby city.
    Day 2: Monday: Frankfurt – Prague (B)
    Frankfurt – Prague (530 km) This morning, we head east to the capital of Czech Republic, Prague, one of the liveliest cultural cities in Europe since the Velvet Revolution. Overnight in Prague or a nearby city.
    Day 3: Tuesday: Prague – Bratislava (B)
    Prague – Bratislava (330 km) Our morning sightseeing tour highlights are St. Vitus Cathedral, beautiful gardens Na Valech and Rajska Zahrada, Golden Lane, Charles Bridge and the Old Town Square with its Astronomical Clock, which was first installed in 1410, making it the third-oldest astronomical clock in the world and the oldest one still working. In the afternoon, spend time at Wenceslas Square where theatres, cinemas, restaurants, shops, stores and banks can be found. We also visit St. Wenceslas Statue and National Museum which are nearby. Afterwards, we drive to the capital of Slovakia, Bratislava. We carry on our sightseeing tour with St. Martin's Cathedral, Stará radnica (Old Town Hall) and Old Town Opera house. Overnight in Bratislava or a nearby city.
    Day 4: Wednesday: Bratislava – Budapest (B)
    Bratislava – Budapest (200 km) Today, we continue our journey to Budapest, which constitutes of Buda, situated in the West, and Pest which lies to the East. Here, we visit the Fisherman’s Bastion* – a terrace in neo-Gothic and neo- Romanesque style, Matthias Church*, Elisabeth Bridge – the third newest bridge of Budapest that connects Buda and Pest across the River Danube and Heroes Square. Overnight in Budapest or a nearby city.
    Day 5: Thursday: Budapest – Vienna (B)
    Budapest – Vienna (250 km) This morning, we drive to the capital of Austria, Vienna. We visit Schönbrunn Palace, which was the former summer residence of the Imperial family and considered one of the most beautiful baroque palaces in Europe. Then, we head to Stadtpark (City Park) is a large municipal park where the Flower Clock and the most photographed monument in Vienna, the gold plated bronze statue of Johann Strauss, are located. We also visit Vienna State Opera and Church of St. Charles Borromeo. A stroll along Kartnerstrasse, the most famous shopping street in central Vienna with its glamorous boutiques, brings us to St. Stephen’s Cathedral. Overnight in Vienna or a nearby city. (You may check with your tour guide to arrange a classical music concert for you during the day.)
    Day 6: Friday: Vienna – Salzburg – Munich (B)
    Vienna – Salzburg – Munich (480 km) In the morning, we pass the Abbey of Melk, which is among the world's most famous monastic sites and overlooks River Danube, as we drive to Salzburg. Here, we take a sightseeing tour on foot and visit Mozart’s birthplace as well as some “The Sound of Music” film locations. Afterwards, we leave Salzburg and head to Munich. Overnight in Munich or a nearby city.
    Day 7: Saturday: Munich – Mt Titlis – Lucerne – Zurich (B)
    Munich – Mt Titlis – Lucerne – Zurich (360 km) Today, we continue our journey to Switzerland, where we will arrive at Engelberg to experience the world’s first revolving cable car* that takes (approx. 45 mins.) you to the top of Switzerland’s highest vantage point with a breathing 360 degree view. Lunch at Mt. Titlis. In the afternoon, we proceed to the medieval town Lucerne, where we visit Chapel Bridge, Lion Monument and Lake Lucerne. Enjoy some free time to shop for Swiss watches and other Swiss specialities. Overnight in Zurich or a nearby city.
    Day 8: Sunday: Zurich – Rhine Falls – Titisee - Frankfurt (B)
    Zurich – Rhine Falls – Titisee - Frankfurt (450 km) After breakfast, we head to Zurich which is the largest city and financial centre of Switzerland. Here, we enjoy a short orientation of Zurich, then drive to Rhine Falls, the largest waterfall in Europe. Afterwards, we pass through Black Forest, a wooded mountain range in Baden-Württemberg where we will enjoy magnificent views of its vast forests, open mountain heights and peaks and deep and mysterious cirque lakes and charming valleys. We continue our journey to Titisee, where the cuckoo-clock was first invented. Lunch at Titisee, and perhaps taste their most famous Black Forest cake for your dessert. In the evening, we arrive at Frankfurt. Overnight in Frankfurt or a nearby city.
    Day 9: Monday: Frankfurt – Departure (B)
    Depart from Frankfurt and board the flight back to home.
    • Includes:
      • Return airport transfers
      • Guided tour with coach
      • Daily continental breakfast at hotels (for all other meals, we offer assistance with reservations and directions to local restaurants/cafes)
      • 8 nights’ accommodation at hotels
    • Excludes:
      • Personal travel insurance
      • All meals except breakfast
      • Admission fees
      • Tips
      • City taxes and fees
      • Airport taxes
    • Indicates optional tours (other optional tours are available as well)
    • Please take note that the itinerary is for reference only and is subject to changes without prior notice. Accurate itinerary will be given to passengers prior to departures. Our local representatives reserve the right in adjusting the sequences of itinerary due to safety reason & unforeseen circumstances.
    • Language Chinese: Twin $1,188, Triple $1,188, Single $1,828, Child $1,188, Twin Child (bed) $1,188, Child (no bed) $988
    • To discover more parts of Europe, consider continuing your trip on the 9D8N Western Europe Discovery package.
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Porto tours, sights and activities

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Prepare to explore a country with a rich heritage whose varying landscapes dazzle travelers from all over the world. Wander through historic villages nestling beside castles. Explore the nature reserves where the clear waters of the rivers combine with the coolness of the meadows and the lush, green mountains. Take up the challenge and discover a country full of contrasts.

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  • Day 1: Arrival - Porto
    Arrive in Porto and be welcomed by your driver at the airport. Enjoy a private transfer to your hotel in the city center and check in. Have some time to relax and during the afternoon you will be picked up from your hotel and taken to the famous Port Wine Cellars where you will have a tour and enjoy a wine tasting at Taylor while appreciating the sunset over Porto. Taylor's is now over 300 years old. It remains a family firm, completely independent, owned still by relations of the original partners. On the Atlantic coast at Porto are the ancient lodges where Taylor's priceless ports slowly reach their glorious maturity. High up in the Douro Valley is Taylor Quinta de Vargellas, one of the world's truly great vineyards, comparable in quality to Chateau Latour. Taylor, Fladgate & Yeatman has won prestigious awards for their declared vintages. Recently the Taylor 1992 was awarded a perfect 100 points from Robert Parker. The 1994 vintage also received 100 points and the Top Wine of the World award from the Wine Spectator. Overnight in Porto.
    Day 2: Porto - Guimarães - Douro (B)
    Have breakfast at the hotel and your guide will meet you to explore Porto. Tour starts with Porto’s unique historic center recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. With a narrow, labyrinth of pathways and traditional houses made of granite, the Ribeira Old Quarters’ boasts an astonishing number of monuments and curiosities. In this unique historic center you visit the city’s most prominent Gothic monument. Also known as the ‘Gold Church’ for its wealth of gilt woodcarvings, Igreja de S. Francisco was originally an austere Gothic temple built in the 14th century with three naves a tripartite apse with polygonal chapels. While roaming around the historical center streets there will also be time for a stop at LivrariaLello, one of Porto's biggest attractions, this Bookshop opened its doors in 1906, apart from the interesting facade it is the inside that really is astonishing and makes us want to stay there just to admire it! Time for lunch (not included) and then you will continue to Guimarães, where Portugal started to emerge, back in the 10th century. The Historical Quarter is where we will spend more time, which comprises a succession of squares of great formal value. This unique site was classified by UNESCO in 2001 and apart from that is also where local residents gather and spend time so you will have the chance to mingle. We will also visit the 10th century castle and the Dukes of Bragança Palace, at a time the King's residence up in the north, now the official Presidential home in the north. Continue towards the Douro and dinner and overnight on the Douro River.
    Day 3: Douro River (B)
    Your day will begin with a visit of Lamego City. This ancient city, hidden in the mountains, represents two periods of time. Moors and Christians fought ferocious battles over it. However, in 1057, Fernando Magno, great grandfather to the first king of Portugal, definitively took it for Christianity. This era survives in the tall castle tower, where on foggy days the soul of a Moorish princess is said to return to weep. After this visit, you will be guided to DOC Restaurant, where you will have lunch. Situated on the river bank, just touching the water, it is the project of renowned Portuguese chef Rui Paula and you try some of our traditional dishes with a special twist. After lunch, departure in direction to Pinhão where you will visit the villa and Quinta do Seixo. Dinner will be at the hotel. Quinta do Seixo is located in the Upper-Corgo, in the heart of the Douro Demarcated Region. Following the Douro River from Régua to Pinhão, one can easily discover this ancient property and modern winery perfectly integrated into the landscape. With a total area of 99 hectares, 65 of which planted with the traditional grape varieties of the Douro, Quinta do Seixo is one of the biggest estates of Sogrape in this region, producing both Porto and Douro Doc Wines. Overnight on the Douro River.
    Day 4: Douro - Coimbra - Batalha - Óbidos (B)
    Have breakfast and depart towards Coimbra, with its own very special mystique, the result of a past full of important events and of the memories of the many thousands of Portuguese who, dispersed around the country or abroad, remember the carefree, easygoing, hopeful years spenthere in their youth as students at the University. Your time here will be passed walking through the University grounds and entering the famous Library. The Joanine Library (Biblioteca Joanina) begun in 1717 at the instigation of King João V, its unique style make it Portugal’s most famous library. On the upper floor, the library has three rooms linked by arches of polychrome wood, structurally identical to the main doorway. In typical Baroque style, the rooms are full of tromp-l’oeildecorative features. The 250,000 books date from the 12th to the 19th centuries, and deal mainly with civil and canon law, theology and philosophy. There will be time for lunch in the center (not included) and the afternoon will be taken to visit Batalha. We will go directly to Batalha and start by visiting the battlefield and then seeing the movie, to understand how the Battle of Aljubarrota (between Portugal and Spain) happened and the importance of the victory, and the continue to the Monastery (built in honor of the Virgin Mary as a “thank you” for help on the victory). We will then take you to your hotel. Overnight in Óbidos.
    Day 5: Óbidos - Almeirim - Évora (B)
    Depart to Casal Branco, the beautiful estate of winemakers and horse breeders. You will have the chance to see and learn about the Lusitano Horse and then visit the winery finishing with a wine tasting and lunch. Near the Tagus River, Casal Branco Estate has been in the same family for over 200 years. It has been creating Lusitano horses since the 19th century and producing top quality wines for more than one hundred years. Family, tradition and a big passion for what they do keeps it going and justifies there cognition that is continuously receiving. After lunch, we will continue our drive to Évora. You will have some time in the afternoon to relax or walk around the city by yourselves. Overnight in Évora.
    Day 6: Évora - S. Pedro Do Corval - Monsaraz - Évora (B)
    Today, we will be traveling to São Pedro do Corval and Monsaraz. São Pedro do Corval is a small typical Portuguese village widely renowned for its pottery which is of great quality and variety. You will have the chance to walk the streets, watch the artisans working and of course take some with if you want to. Lunch will be on your own either there already in Monsaraz, our next stop and the perfect place from where to appreciate the scenic views of south of Portugal. This small village is one of the oldest in Portugal, perched on top of a hill, surrounded by walls used for protection from the Moors and then from the Spanish, you can still breath tradition all over. Later on we will return to Évora for overnight.
    Day 7: Évora - Arraiolos - Lisbon (B)
    Being the most important city in the south of the country, Évora has a lot to offer (it is a UNESCO Heritage site also) and it can all be done walking through its narrow streets, mingling with the locals and watching how day to day is lived here. We will start with the remains of the Diana Temple, built during the Roman period in honour to Emperor Augustus. From there you will continue to visit the important Cathedral in late romantic/early Gothic style. The most impressive attraction of the city however is the Bones Chapel – a small chapel inside S. Francisco Church where all the walls and ceiling are covered with skulls and bones, you have to visit it to understand it! Lunch will be in Évora (not included) and on the way to Lisbon we will make a stop at the small village of Arraiolos. This is the place where the Arraiolos rugs come from, made by hand withwool, very colourful, usually symmetric and representing flowers and animals. You can still see women on this beautiful art and it it is a sunny day most likely they will be outside their houses working and chatting with neighbours. Continue the ride and overnight in Lisbon.
    Day 8: Lisbon (B/D)
    This morning, meet your guide for a full day tour of the city, including old town, Belém Tower and Jerónimos Monastery. You will start the tour by going to the top of Marques Pombal to learn about Lisbon from that point. Travel by car from there, down Avenida Liberdade, and drop off in Rossio. Begin walking tour with explanations of the history and how things were in the past, continuing through the Baixa and walking to the Sé. After that, we will take the 28 Cable Car to Graça and the miradouro where the car will meet us and drive to Jeronimos and Belem Tower. Tonight, you will enjoy a Fado music Show (our traditional music) including dinner. Overnight in Lisbon.
    Day 9: Lisbon - Sintra - Cascais - Lisbon (B)
    Today, we will visit Sintra, which Lord Byron called “glorious Eden” and Cascais, once a fishing village, then the place where Kings and Princes from all Europe came for exile early on the 20th century, today a charming village and one of the best places to live in Portugal. Pena National Palace in Sintra was built by a German architect Baron Wilhelm Ludwig von Schwege in a mixture of architectural styles. Richly decorated walls are all over the interior, covered either with tiles or painted walls. The palace remained one of the main royal family residencies for decades. In 1889 it was purchased by the Portuguese State, and after the Republican Revolution of 1910, the palace was classified as a national monument and transformed into a museum. The rooms were left exactly as they were when the last royal closed the front door. In Cascais, the idea really is to walk around the marina, the center of the village, try the great ice cream “Santini” (probably best in the World) and enjoy the sun. By the way, James Bond “On her Majesty's secret service” was shot here in Estoril, The Casino, The Palace Hotel and the road where you will go through were some of the relevant scenarios. Return to Lisbon will be on the route by the sea, you will enjoy the views of some nice beaches, the sea, a few small palace-like houses and of the Monument to the Discoveries when reaching the city. Overnight in Lisbon.
    Day 10: Lisbon - Algarve (B)
    The morning will be free for you to walk around the city, do some shopping or visit a Museum for example. There are quite a few options and on the previous day our guide will happily assist you choosing the ideal way to cease the day according to you taste. Early in the afternoon we will drive down to the Algarve, the most southern place in the country and the ideal one for a few relaxing days at the beach. Overnight in the Algarve.
    Day 11: Algarve (B)
    Algarve is where Portuguese go to the beach, but it is also so much more than that! In Portugal people go to the beach mainly in July and August, but because it has a great temperature year round it is a good place to go from early April to October. But there are many other options if you want to do something else, some of the alternatives include SPA, Golf, Water sports and Racing Cars. Overnight in the Algarve.
    Day 12: Algarve (B)
    The day is free for you to go to the beach or do some of our suggestions. New ones for today would be Bird watching, Fishing and Sailing for example. Overnight in the Algarve.
    Day 13: Algarve - Departure (B)
    Everything that is good must come to an end and today we will transfer you to the airport at the designated hour for your departure flight. Goodbye, have a safe return home! Fly Kerikeri to your next destination.
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Europe Travel Tips And Things To Do

It is an open secret that a tour in Europe is a part of everyone’s dream. This continent has a well-conserved cultural legacy, well-organized public transportation that connects countries together, and an open border area that allows travellers to discover Europe with ease. Most countries in Europe are part of the European Union (EU), which make them share same currency and law. With numerous countries across Europe, it is clear that choosing a Europe tour package from a travel agent is an excellent idea. By doing so, it is possible to visit various popular cities and tourist destinations comfortably.

Many countries in Europe have cities that can epitomize Europe’s culture and history. You can start your holiday package in London, England, and spend time at Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, Tower Bridge, Trafalgar Square, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey Church, St. Paul’s Cathedral, and, of course, Big Ben. Other breathtaking cities are Paris, France, which has Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Arc de Triomphe, Place De l’Etoile, and Paris Euro Disney. You also must visit various attractive places in Amsterdam, such as Windmolen, Dam Square, Royal Palace, Rijks Museum, and Volendam Village. Lake Titisee in Germany and Mount Titlis in Switzerland could be your best option in enjoying Europe’s nature scenic. Do not forget to include Leaning Tower of Pisa, St. Peter’s Basilica, Trevi Fountain, Colosseum, Circus Maximus, Roman Forum, and Arch Constantine in Italia as part of your stopovers too.

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