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Rome tours, sights and activities

7D6N Italian Holiday

Land Tour USD1925

    Highlights

    Rome
    St. Peter's Basilica, Michelangelo's Pieta, Forum, Colosseum, Circus Maximus

Italian Holiday
Roman monuments, Venetian canals and Florentine artistry complement the tranquil beauty of Lake Garda, your base for one night of this perfect introduction to Italy.
It's Insider moments like... bypassing the main queues and stepping straight from the sun-drenched streets of Rome into the cool calm of the holiest place in the eternal city. Discovering why no photo can ever capture the beauty of the Sistine Chapel, as you stand before Michelangelo's greatest work. And listening to our expert recount secrets of the Vatican's past and present, unfolding the story of this incomparable Renaissance masterpiece, and the biblical lessons it depicts.

Tour Highlights :
City tour in Rome and Florence, Orientation of Venice. Visit St. Peter’s Basilica, the amazing Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and the Roman Colosseum. Cruise by private launch to St. Mark’s Square in Venice. View the Roman Forum, the Byzantine St. Mark’s Basilica, Santa Croce Basilica and the Duomo in Florence.

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  • Konsortium

    Konsortium

    With many years of experience and excellent track records in the industry, we are confident to be able to provide the reliable and quality service for all your needs. Our staffs are specially trained to provide friendly and informative services to ensure a hassle-free and pleasant journey for you.

  • Day 1: Arrive Rome (2 Nights) (WR)
    Welcome to Rome, the Eternal City! Relax after your journey or take a leisurely stroll through ancient streets. This evening, join your Travel Director and traveling companions for a Welcome Reception and evening orientation drive to see St. Peter's Basiica. This is the perfect introduction to the sights which await you! Hotel: Cardinal St. Peter
    Day 2: Rome Sightseeing and Free Time (BB)
    Visit St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican City and view Michelangelo's Pieta. View the Forum during your sightseeing tour with a Local Expert. Visit the mighty Colosseum, site of public events. and see the Circus Maximus. Spend the rest of the day seeing the sights of your choice. Shop for souvenirs or relax and watch the world go by.
    Day 3: Rome - Venice (BB/DW)
    Your included sightseeing tour with a Local Expert begins at the Vatican Museums. Experience a Unique Insight in the Vatican when you ascend the smooth and step-less spiral staircase designed by famous architect Donato Bramante. Admire Michelangelo's magnificent frescoed ceiling in the Sistine Chapel. Follow the valley of the River Tiber north into Umbria and pass the impressive hilltop towns of Orte and Orvieto. Through Tuscan landscapes and terraced olive groves, over the Apennine Hills, past Bologna and finally across the Veneto plains before arriving at your hotel in Venice. Enjoy dining at your hotel this evening. Hotel: NH Laguna Palace
    Day 4: Venice Sightseeing - Lake Garda (BB)
    Savour the sights and sounds of this floating Byzantine city on your included canal cruise by private saunas of his floating Byzantine city on your included canal cause by private launch to St. Mark's Square. View the Bridge of Sighs and the ornate Doge's Palace. Visit a Local Specialty glass-blowing workshop, with free time afterwards to explore on your own. Later, travel to the Italian Lake District. Hotel: Poiano
    Day 5: Lake Garda - Florence (BB/BG)
    Enjoy stunning views of Lake Garda this morning. Perhaps take the opportunity to join a boat ride across its waters before continuing your journey to Florence. This evening. enjoy a memorable Be My Guest dining experience in a Tuscan villa situated on an organic oive-oil estate overlooking Florence and the Tuscan hills. Hotel: Grand Hotel Mediterraneo
    Day 6: Florence - Rome (BB/FD)
    In Florence. the city's rich medieval and Renaissance history is brought to life by your Local Expert. See Piazza della Signoria, with is impressive sculptures and imposing palazzi. View the multi-coloured marble Duomo and the famous Baptistery with is bronze doors. View the Ponte Vacchio, a spectacular feat of engineering dating from the Middle Ages. Traveling south, the Tuscan landscape - characterized by rolling hills and picturesque olive groves - is breathtaking. Through Umbria's shady valleys, with olive and cypress trees, you reach the valley of the Tiber River, which leads you back to Rome. Spend leisure time relaxing or exploring. In Rome tonight, celebrate the end of your holiday with your companions at a Farewell Dinner. Hotel: Executive Style
    Day 7: Depart Rome (BB)
    After breakfast, say 'arrivederci' to Rome and your traveling companions as you return home with wonderful memories of Italy. Transfers are available. Conditions apply.
  • Special discount :
    1. 5% OFF Groups of 5 / Frequent Traveler
    2. 2.5% OFF Second trip discounts (book two or more trips for one holiday)
    3. 10% OFF Young Traveler
    4. Triple Room discount Book a triple room to get all three guest discount

    Italian Holiday
    7 days - 2 Countries
    Regional
    From: US$1925 (per person twin share)

    Includes:
    • 6 nights' accommodation (5 hotels)
    • 6 hot bullet breakfasts. 4 dinners (including Welcome Reception, Be My Guest, three course dinner with wine and Farewell Dinner)
    • All transport shown
    • All transfers shown

    Book & Pay Early Save up to US$210 p.p.

    Book Before:
    • 12 February save 10%
    • 30 April save 7.5%

    Other Savings
    • Frequent traveler discount Save up to US$105 p.p.
    • Young traveler discount US$200 • Second trip discount Save up to US$52 p.p.
    • Triple room discount US$50 p.p.

    Trip Notes
    Cruise Connection: This trip starts or ends in a popular cruise port, so you can combine a cruise with a more in-depth guided experience in Europe.

    Airport Transfers: On arrival to Rome Flumicino Airport transfers will operate at 9.30am, 12.33pm and 3.30pm. Guests arriving later should make their own way to the hotel. Return transfers on the last travel day will arrive at Rome Flumicino Airport at 7am and 9.30am.

    All prices are per person on a twin Share basis.

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Perugia tours, sights and activities

Principalities of Europe (2014)

Tour Package USD4799
Experience the history, culture and inner workings of some of the smallest independent countries in Europe including the most serene Republic of San Marino and the Vatican City Tour Pace This moderately paced tour hugs the Mediterranean coast, blending scenic and historic sights with plenty of free time for personal exploration.
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    Discover Europe, North America, India and Nepal than with Insight Vacations. Our luxury and premium escorted journeys are designed with immense care and an unwavering commitment to exceed our customers’ expectations.

  • Day 1: Barcelona
    On arrival at Barcelona Airport, transfers leave for the tour hotel at 09:30 & 12:30. Later, join your Tour Director for a Welcome Reception and the opportunity to mingle and get to know each other over a pleasant evening of dinner and wine.(Welcome Dinner)
    Day 2: Barcelona, The City of Gaudi
    After a restful night’s sleep, join a local expert in the Gothic quarter. Walk from the cathedral through the Roman gate to the lanes and old square beyond. Now drive by the lively Ramblas and along the Passeig de Gràcia, adorned with some of the most flamboyant Modernist buildings. Continue through the Eixample district to stand beneath the facade of Gaudi’s extraordinary, unfinished Sagrada Familia church. A mix of Gothic spires, fruity mosaics and sinuous sculpture - it defies belief! Also spend some time in La Boqueria, one of Europe’s largest and most famous food markets. The afternoon is at leisure(Buffet Breakfast)
    Day 3: Montserrat & Andorra
    Enjoy spectacular panoramic views this morning as you ascend the “serrated mountain” of Montserrat. Inside the Basilica Real the mystical Black Madonna is surrounded by an altar of gold. Continue through Catalan mountain villages and tunnels to the tiny Principality of Andorra, capital of the Pyrenees. Time here for duty free shopping or a walk around the historic centre.(Buffet Breakfast / Dinner)
    Day 4: The Citadel of Carcassonne & Montpellier
    Descend the Pyrenees to arrive at the French medieval town of Carcassonne. Entering Carcasso nne is like stepping back in time; the city has a complete set of ramparts, a medieval keep, even a sports ground for jousting! Now past Narbonne and follow the Golfe du Lion to the old university town of Montpellier, noted for its 17C mansions, wide streets and beautiful gardens.(Buffet Breakfast / Dinner)
    Day 5: Avignon & Aix-en-Provence
    First stop is at the incredible Pont du Gard, a superb three-tiered aqueduct dating from Roman times. On to Avignon to see the famous Pont d’Avignon, immortalised in song. Walk within the medieval battlements through narrow streets to stand in the shadow of the old Papal Palace, resembling a fortress. This afternoon visit a family owned olive mill to sample its high quality produce. On to Aix-en-Provence.(Buffet Breakfast / Dinner)
    Day 6: Cooking à la Provençal!
    In the morning, take in the elegant mansions, plane trees and fountains of the Cours Mirabeau before joining a qualified chef for an entertaining French cookery demonstration. Afterwards, share in the authentic tastes of the region with a Provençal light lunch. The afternoon is at leisure in this “most beautiful town in France after Paris”.(Buffet Breakfast / Highlight Lunch)
    Day 7: Cannes, St. Paul de Vence & Monaco
    Take ‘La Provençale’, the inland highway, towards the Côte d’Azur. Visit Cannes, playground of the elite and renowned for its film festival. Continue to the beautiful medieval hill-top village of St Paul de Vence - a source of inspiration for artists such as Chagall, Matisse and Cezanne. Next unlock the secrets of the French perfume industry with a visit to a perfumery, where fragrance experts waft exclusive scents from stoppered bottles. Continue on to your hotel in exclusive Monaco, ruled by the Grimaldi family since the 13C.(Buffet Breakfast)
    Day 8: Monaco & at Leisure on the Côte d’Azur
    In the morning, drive along part of the Grand Prix circuit to the Old Town. Then walk with your Tour Director to the Royal Palace, see the yacht-filled harbour and visit the tomb of Princess Grace in the Cathedral. The rest of the day is at leisure.(Buffet Breakfast)
    Day 9: Jewels of the Ligurian Coast - San Remo & Portofino
    Cross the Italian border and drive along the Riviera of Flowers to elegant San Remo. Time to explore the tiny streets and covered alleyways that wind up the hill to the gardens and sanctuary at the top. Continue along the coast to Santa Margherita for a short cruise (weather permitting) to the village of Portofino, epitome of La Dolce Vita. a Linger in the Piazzetta cafés, shop at upscale boutiques, or watch the yachts moored in the harbour.(Buffet Breakfast / Dinner)
    Day 10: Excursion to the Cinque Terre
    In the morning, get ready for another highlight, the Cinque Terre, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site! This wild but hospitable coastline, with its vineyards and fishing villages, at one time could only be reached by boat or train! Explore a couple of the villages hugging the cliff-face, where there are amazing opportunities to capture great photographs. Soak up the atmosphere before returning to your hotel.(Buffet Breakfast)
    Day 11: Renaissance Florence & Siena
    Follow the Adriatic Highway through tunnels and bridges, before climbing up to Florence. Walk with a local expert to the lofty Cathedral to see the ‘Gates of Paradise’ on the Baptistery and Giotto’s 14th century Campanile. Walk on to Signoria Square with its open-air gallery of Renaissance sculpture. Afterwards, a delightful drive through the cypress and olive groves of Tuscany brings you to Siena.(Buffet Breakfast / Dinner)
    Day 12: Renaissance Florence & Siena
    Wake up ready to embrace Siena, Renaissance rival of Florence. Walk through the narrow cobbled streets to the vast Campo Square, where the biannual Palio horse race takes place. See Della Quercia’s ‘Fonte Gaia’, then see the amazing zebra striped cathedral with its superb marble paving and fine pulpit. Time also to visit the fine city hall or the house where St Catherine lived for most of her life. The afternoon is at leisure.(Buffet Breakfast)
    Day 13: Arezzo & San Marino
    Call in at Arezzo, eastern Tuscany’s vibrant little capital, draped across the side of a hill. Spend some time in the Piazza Grande, surrounded by an attractive jumble of palazzi, towers and churches - you might recognise it from Benigni’s Oscar winning film “Life is Beautiful”. Now a mountain drive through the heart of the Appenines brings you to San Marino, Europe’s smallest republic, crouched within medieval ramparts at the top of a dramatic cliff. Time here to explore the old town and take in the breathtaking views.(Buffet Breakfast)
    Day 14: Perugia & the Eternal City of Rome
    More beautiful scenery this morning as you make your way to Perugia, the jewel of Umbria. Sightseeing begins on foot in the main street of Perugia’s Old Town. See the Collegio del Cambio, the splendid Priors’ Palace, the Cathedral and finely sculptured Great Fountain. Finally, continue to Rome - the ‘Eternal City’.(Buffet Breakfast)
    Day 15: Rome & the Vatican City
    Next morning you are joined by a local expert who takes you through the Vatican Museums to stand beneath Michelangelo’s famous ceiling in the Sistine Chapel. Your VIP visit includes fast-track entry and the Bramante Staircase, a part of the Vatican closed to the general public. Continue inside the cavernous St Peter’s Basilica. Leave the Vatican City and cross the Tiber to see the mighty Colosseum. The afternoon is at leisure. Tonight, join us for an unforgettable Celebration Dinner of delicious Italian cuisine and wine.(Buffet Breakfast / Celebration Dinner)
    Day 16: Arrivederci Roma!
    Departure transfers arrive at Rome’s Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci Airport at 07:00 & 09:30.(Buffet Breakfast)
    • Highlights
    • Barcelona: Enjoy a walking tour through the old lanes and squares of the Gothic Quarter. Drive down the elegant Passeig de Gracia to witness some of the finest Modernist architecture. Stand in awe beside Gaudi’s incredible Sagrada Famila.
    • Carcassonne: Enjoy a walking tour of this fortified town.
    • Montpellier: Enjoy an orientation tour.
    • Pont du Gard: See the famous Roman aqueduct.
    • Avignon: See the old Papal Palace and famous bridge.
    • Aix-en-Provence: See the mansions of the Cours Mirabeau.
    • Cannes: See the Film Festival Palace.
    • Monaco: Drive on part of the Grand Prix circuit. See the Royal Palace, see the yacht-filled harbour and visit the tomb of Princess Grace in the Cathedral.
    • San Remo: Explore the tiny streets and covered alleyways
    • Florence: Walk with a local expert to the Cathedral to see the ‘Gates of Paradise’ on the Baptistery and Campanile. Visit Signoria Square with its open-air gallery of Renaissance sculpture.
    • Siena: Walk through the narrow cobbled streets to the Campo Square, see the ‘Fonte Gaia’ and Cathedral.
    • Arezzo: Visit the Piazza Grande, setting for the film “Life is Beautiful”.
    • San Marino: Explore the old town and take in the breathtaking views.
    • Perugia: See the Collegio del Cambio, Priors’ Palace, the Cathedral and finely sculptured Great Fountain.
    • Rome: Visit St Peter’s Basilica, see the Colosseum.
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Rome tours, sights and activities

11D8N Italy Romance

Tour Package SGD3088

    Highlights

    Venice
    St. Mark’s Square, St. Mark’s Basilica, Doge’s Palace, Bridge of Sighs, St. Mark’s Campanile, Venetian glass factory
    Milan
    Duomo, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
    La Spezia
    St. Francis Basilica, Piazza del Comune, Basilica of Our Lady of Humility, Leaning Tower
    Capri
    Capri town, Marina Grande
    Assisi
    St. Peter’s Basilica, Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Via Condotti
    Florence
    Cinque Terre, villages of Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza, Monterosso, Duomo, St John’s Baptistry, Cathedral of Santa Maria Del Flore, Piazza della Signoria, Ponte Vecchio Bridge

Highlights:

Pompeii : Archaeological Sites
Capri: Capri Town, Marina Grande
Vatican City: St. Peter’s Basilica
Rome : Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps
Assisi: St. Francis Basilica, Piazza Del Comune
Pisa : Leaning Tower
La Spezia: Cinque Terre
Florence: Tuscan Dinner, Duomo, Piazza Della Signoria
Venice: St. Mark’s Square, St. Mark’s Basilica, Bridge of Sighs
Milan: Duomo, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

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  • Chan Brothers Travel

    Chan Brothers Travel

    As one of Singapore's largest travel agent and tour operator, we offer the widest choice of destinations from the mainstream to the exotic ones. While we explore new destinations and venture into opening the roads less travelled, we consistently review and revisit existing ones with new itineraries and experiences. By maintaining a strong marketing and communications link with our customers, prospects, business partners and the general buying public, we attain top-of-mind recall as a reliable travel agency providing quality packages at value-for-money prices. For the past 48 years, we take pride in satisfying and surpassing our customers' expectations with tour experiences that get them to return time and again. We were also the first to set up a sophisticated online travel infrastructure and a call centre as part of our continuous efforts to offer seamless travel experiences from the first touch point to utilisation of service.

  • Day 1: Singapore - Rome (MOB)
    Set off Rome from Singapore Changi Airport where you are a step closer to La Dolce Vita.
    Day 2: Rome - Pompeii - Naples (MOB/D)
    Upon touchdown, you will depart Rome for Pompeii. Your day starts with a guided tour on Pompeii's archaeological sites. Take a step back into time as you stand amidst the attraction's remaining ruins. If a time machine is beyond man's league, this attraction might just be your best bet. Check out the patrician home and public baths as it gives one a good idea on civilian life back in the heyday of the Roman empire. Come dusk, head back to Naples for your overnight stay to lay in and chew the fat.
    Day 3: Naples - Capri - Rome (B/L/D)
    Today, get set for a sun-drenched day of fun as you board a hydrofoil to the island of Capri. With the wind in your hair and inspiring views of the sparkling sea, this is La Dolce Vita exemplified. Capri has long been a favourite destination of honeymooners, but you do not have to be in the throes of love to appreciate the charms of Capri town and Marina Grande. This afternoon, proceed to Rome, known to many as the birthplace of modern civilisation.
    Day 4: Rome - Vatican City - Assisi (B/L/D)
    Begin your morning by visiting the legendary Vatican City, the world’s smallest country. Over here, you will witness St. Peter’s Basilica, one of the most famous and biggest churches in the world. Next, visit the Colosseum in its resplendent glory, ancient gladiators once battled each other for the public’s entertainment here. If you close your eyes and concentrate hard, you might hear the roaring crowd rooting for their favourite gladiator. In the afternoon, make a wish at the baroque Trevi Fountain before visiting Spanish Steps, the widest staircase in Europe. Movie buffs take heed, for you might find this attraction familiar as it was made rather famous by the film “Roman Holiday”, starring Audrey Hepburn. Thereafter, shop along Via Condotti, one of Rome’s most elegant shopping streets and an epicentre for your haute couture fix. Then, revel in a scenic drive to the famed walled city of Assisi, an idyllic, well-preserved medieval town with an air of mystical serenity and Italy’s 2nd-most popular pilgrimage destination after the Vatican.
    Day 5: Assisi - Pisa - La Spezia (B/D)
    This morning, visit St. Francis Basilica, which holds the crypt of the said beloved saint, covered with fascinating frescoes by Giotto that depicts his life. After the visit, stroll down the narrow but picturesque streets of Piazza del Comune, the old town centre which houses many spellbinding ancient religious structures such as the Basilica of Our Lady of Humility. Next, travel to Pisa to witness the world-renowned Leaning Tower at Campo dei Miracoli, also known as Field of Miracles. There is no better place to go trigger-happy with your camera or your smartphone than here. Create your picture perfect moments with the world-renowned attraction. Thereafter, make your way to the charming and beautifully-preserved port town of La Spezia.
    Day 6: La Spezia - Cinque Terre - Florence (B/Tuscan Dinner)
    Where idyllic coastal towns are concerned, look no further than Cinque Terre. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a postcard-perfect vision of 5 pastel-hued villages, perched precariously on a short stretch of cliffs. Stroll along old footpaths and explore the olive groves, vineyards and orchards that link together the delightful villages of Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso. Next, head to fabulous Florence, one of the settings for the Shakespearean epic, “All’s Well Ends Well”. To end the night on a high note, you will enjoy a delish and lovely Tuscan dinner.
    Day 7: Florence (B/D)
    This morning, you will greet and be seduced by the Duomo. DIscover the Doors of Paradise, which feature ornate bronze panels deicting the life of Christ from the New Testament as well as relief sculptures of apostles at St John’s Baptistry, and Cathedral of Santa Maria Del Flore with its pink, white and green marble façade, along with Brunelleschi's famous dome dominating the skyline of Florence. Proceed to Piazza della Signoria, the political hub of Florence, and Ponte Vecchio Bridge, one of the city's most famous landmarks.
    Day 8: Florence – Venice (B/D)
    Journey along the Italian Alps to Venice and take a motor launch to St. Mark’s Square which apparently awed Napoleon so much that he claimed that it was designed for the sky to serve as its canopy. Explore famed monuments such as St. Mark’s Basilica, which features the carved likenesses of the 4 rulers of the Roman Empire, the Doge’s Palace, one of the city's main landmarks that also serves as a museum, and the Bridge of Sighs, so-named because it was the last glimpse of freedom that convicts had before they were imprisoned and St. Mark’s Campanile, a replica of the original watchtower that collapsed in 1902. Visit a Venetian glass factory and be fascinated by a master glassblower’s demonstration. If time and weather permit, do not miss a gondola ride at your own expense.
    Day 9: Venice - Milan (B)
    This morning, head to magnetic Milan, the city where the likes revered designer houses like Giorgio Armani, Gucci and Fendi showcase their fashion collections. Following which, visit the Duomo and the glass and steel Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the 1st building in Italy to be lit by electricity. In the afternoon, explore the city at your own leisure and spend time people-watching as Milanese men and women alike seemingly dress like they were born for the magazines. A total sight for sore eyes.
    Day 10: Milan - Singapore (B/MOB)
    If time permits, of course there's always last-minute shopping before bidding "Ciao" to Milan as you transfer to the airport for your flight home.
    Day 11: Arrive in Singapore
  • Remarks:
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    • During major events, accommodation may not be in the city mentioned.
    • Sequence of itinerary is subject to change without prior notice.

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    • Prices shown are not inclusive of airport taxes and other incidental fees.
    • Prices shown are in SGD.
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Amsterdam tours, sights and activities

12D11N European Experience

Land Tour USD2250

    Highlights

    Paris
    Champs Elysees, Arc de Triomphe, Eiffel Tower, Palace of Versailles, famous cabaret show
    Lucerne
    St. Gotthard, Lake Lucerne, Chapel Bridge, Jesuit Church, Lion Monument
    Rome
    St. Peter's Basilica, Forum, Colosseum, Vatican Museums, Piazza Navona

Memorable Highlights
• Dover: See the White Cliffs
Amsterdam: See Dam Square and the Mint Tower
• Cologne: View the Gothic Cathedral
Rhine Valley: Cruise the romantic Rhine
• Munich: See the Olympic Stadium, the Glockenspiel in the Marienplatz and the Hof brauhaus
• Innsbruck: View the famous Golden Roof and the ski-jump
• Venice: Cruise by private boat to St. Mark's Square. Visit a traditional glass-blowing workshop
• Rome: Sightseeing with your Local Guide. Visit St. Peter's Basilica. View the Forum and the Colosseum
• Florence: Enjoy panoramic views from Monate Michelangelo. Admire Florentine leather work
Swiss Alps Picture-book scenery
• Lucerne: Visit the Lion Monument and see the medieval old town
• Paris: Sightseeing with your Local Guide includes views of Champs Elysees, Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower

Included Dining
• 11 bullet breakfasts
• 5 three course dinners

Unbeatable Highlights
• A stylish wallet, travel documents and map
• All hotel service charges and tips, baggage handling fees and local taxes included
• Hotel accommodation featuring twin rooms and private facilities
• Travel by luxury air-conditioned coach with reclining seats and an on-board restroom
• Ferry from Dover to Calais and return
• The services of a professional Travel Director throughout your journey
• The services of a Trafalgar Local Host if you stay at Trafalgar's recommended London hotel
• Pick-up and drop-oft if you stay at the Trafalgar recommended London Hotel booked through Trafalgar or from the London Reception Centre
• A London airport shuttle service is available to purchase. Conditions apply. Please see page 87 for details
• Audio Headsets Provided throughout your holiday to enhance your included sightseeing experiences

Visit www.trafalgar.com for all definite departures and up-to-date information on itineraries and our great range of optional experiences.

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  • Day 1: London - Amsterdam
    Greetings from your Travel Director! Admire the famous White Cliffs as you approach Dover. where you board a ferry for the short Channel crossing to Calais in France. Drive through Belgium's Flanders fields into The Netherlands, renowned for tulips, clogs and windmills! Arrive later in Amsterdam, one of Europe's friendliest cities, and see Dam Square and the Mint Tower. Hotel Gotten Tulip Amsterdam West
    Day 2: Amsterdam - Cologne - Rhineland (BB/D)
    Cross into Germany and view Cologne Cathedral, the largest Gothic church in Europe. In Boppard, embark on a scenic cruise down the River Rhine past terraced vineyards and towering castles. Finish the clay at your hotel in the Rhineland. Hotel. Best Western Ludwigshafen
    Day 3: Rhineland - Munich - Innsbruck (BB/D)
    In Munich, admire the Olympic Stadium, the Glockenspiel in the Marienplatz and the Hofbrauhaus. Continue along the Inn Valley to the Austrian Tyrol and on to Innsbruck, a picturesque town where you view the sights including the Gotten Roof and the ski-jump. Hotel Bon Alone
    Day 4: Innsbruck - Venice (BB/D)
    Enjoy an exhilarating journey through the Brenner Pass - one of the principal Alpine highways - to Italy In the Byzantine City of Venice. Cruise by private launch to St. Mark's Square Marvel at St. Mark's Basilica and the ornate Doge's Palace. Visit a traditional glass-blowing workshop and see a demonstration, then spend time discovering the delights of Venice. You might like to take a romantic ride in a gondola. Hotel. Apogia Sirio
    Day 5: Venice - Rome (2 Nights) (BB)
    Traverse the Veneto plain via Bologna and cross the dramatic Apennine Mountains into Tuscany. Continue through Umbria to Lazio and the capital, Rome This evening. take the opportunity to explore the city's beautiful squares and fountains. and perhaps savour the local cuisine at one of the many restaurants. Hotel: RaganeIli
    Day 6: Rome Sightseeing and Free Time (BB)
    Your Local Guide brings Rome's rich history to life during your wonderful sightseeing tour! Visit St. Peter's Basilica, featuring magnificent works of art. Your tour continues across the Tiber in ancient Rome with views of the Forum and Colosseum. Spend the rest of the day as you wish from the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican Museums to the incredible fountains in Piazza Navona. Rome is full of wonderful, unmissable sights!
    Day 7: Rome - Florence (BB/D)
    Drive north through Umbria into the rolling countryside of Tuscany. In the Renaissance city of Florence, enjoy spectacular views of the city from Piazzale Michelangelo. Afterwards, there is time to explore the Piazza della Signoria, the Duomo and Giotto's Bell Tower, and don't forget to shop for leather goods and 18-carat gold jewellery. Hotel: Demidolf/Grifone
    Day 8: Florence - Lake Lucerne (2 Nights) (BB)
    Cross the Apennines to the great northern plain and pass the city of Milan. Continue north to the Swiss border, and follow the scenic St. Gotthard route to Lake Lucerne in the heart of Switzerland. The landscape is breathtaking! Hotel: Stanserhof
    Day 9: Lucerne Orientation and Free Time (BB/D)
    Admire the sights of Lucerne during your morning orientation tour, including views of the Chapel Bridge, the Jesuit Church and a visit to the Lion Monument, built to commemorate the Swiss Guards who died defending Louis XVI during the French Revolution. Spend free time shopping for Swiss chocolate or perhaps lake an experience up a mountain peak!
    Day 10: Lake Lucerne - Pads (2 Nights) (BB)
    Journey into France and pass the Vosges Mountains. See the vineyards as you travel through the great wine region of Burgundy. Arrive later in the elegant capital, Paris. This evening, you might like to take a tour of the city and see the dazzling illuminations! Hotel: Mercure La Defense 5 Courbevoie
    Day 11: Paris Sightseeing and Free Time (BB)
    Paris is a beautiful city, and probably has more familiar landmarks than any other capital in the world. Your Local Guide shows you most of them during your sightseeing tour, with views of the Champs Elysees, Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower. Afterwards there is time for you to explore on your own. Perhaps you might like to take an optional experience to the Palace of Versailles, the extravagant creation of Louis XIV, renowned for the Hall of Mirrors and surrounded by magnificent gardens. Tonight is the last evening of your holiday, so you might consider a delicious dinner at a cosy bistro. Also, no trip to Paris is complete without seeing a famous cabaret show featuring the can-can!
    Day 12: Paris - London (BB)
    Head north from Paris across the First World War battlefields of the Somme to Calais and take the ferry to Dover. Arrive shortly afterwards in London, where you say farewell to your Travel Director and travelling companions at the end of an amazing holiday!
  • European Experience
    12 days - 9 Countries
    From US$2250 (per person twin share)
    Code: EEXP

    Special discount :
    1. 5% OFF Groups of 5 / Frequent Traveler
    2. 2.5% OFF Second trip discounts (book two or more trips for one holiday)
    3. 10% OFF Young Traveler
    4. Triple Room discount Book a triple room to get all three guest discount

    Book & Pay Early Save up to US$248 p.p.
    Book Before:
    • 12 February save 10%
    • 30 April save 7.5%

    • Frequent traveler discount SAVE up to US$124 pp
    • Young traveler discount US$230
    • Second trip discount SAVE up to US$62 pp
    • Triple room discount US$80 pp

    Your London Hotel: Hilton Olympia

    All prices are per person, twin share.

    London Outlet Shopping Option (Ref. TBICES9)
    • US$46 per person
    • Why not spend an extra night in London and utilize your free day to go outlet shopping in one of the worlds premier luxury shopping destinations - Bicester Village. This trip includes an express luxury coach service from your hotel and several hours shopping at over 130 designer outlet boutiques.

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Rome tours, sights and activities

City Break - Rome (2014)

Tour Package USD875
Rome is one of the world’s most historic cities, filled with classical antiquities, medieval buildings, Renaissance palaces and baroque churches! Six days in the Italian capital is a dream holiday in itself, or combine it with a local Insight escorted itinerary for a comprehensive tour of Italy.
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    Insight Vacations

    Discover Europe, North America, India and Nepal than with Insight Vacations. Our luxury and premium escorted journeys are designed with immense care and an unwavering commitment to exceed our customers’ expectations.

  • Day 1: Rome
    Welcome to Rome! After checking into the tour hotel, the rest of the day is yours to relax, shop or explore. Tonight you are invited to an informative meeting and Welcome Drink with your Insight Personal Concierge.
    Day 2: Rome at Leisure
    With two and a half thousand years of history laid out before you, few places on earth are as impressive as Rome. Use your included hop-on hop-off bus pass to see all the major sights from St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican City to the Colosseum. Stay on board for a panoramic city tour, or jump on and off as you please for more in-depth sightseeing. For shopping, try the boutiques of the Via del Corso, the Via Nazionale or the elegant designer stores in the neighbourhood of the Spanish Steps. Perhaps spend some time wandering through the vast parklands of the Villa Borghese - the villa itself now houses a beautiful art collection and the Pincio Gardens are a great place to enjoy Rome’s picturesque sunsets. By night, the capital is full of romance - check out the illuminated Trevi Fountain, the bustling Via Veneto and Piazza Navona.(4 Buffet Breakfasts)
    Day 3: Rome
    Sadly your tour comes to an end after breakfast.(Buffet Breakfast)
    • Highlights
    • Rome: Watch the Eternal City unfold before your eyes on an included hop-on hop-off bus tour, with easy access to the Vatican City, Colosseum, Roman Forum and much more.
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16D13N Europe Discovery

Tour Package SGD3938

    Highlights

    Venice
    St. Mark's Square, St. Mark's Basilica, Doge's Palace, Bridge of Sighs, St. Mark's Campanile, Venetian glass factory
    Rhineland-Palatinate
    Rhine Falls, Black Forest, cuckoo clock centre, Heidelberg Castle
    Salzburg
    Austria Lake District, Mirabell Palace, Residence Square, Mozart Square, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's birthplace, at No.9 Getridegasse Street=strong>. You may also opt to visit the Mozart Museum at your own expense.
    Paris
    Atomium, Royal Laeken Palace, Manneken Pis, Market Square, Grand Place, Arc de Triomphe, Champs Elysees Boulevard, Place de la Concorde, Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral, Fragonard Perfumery
    Amsterdam
    Zaanse Schans, cheese farm, wooden clog-making demonstration, canal cruise, diamond house, photo-taking, shopping
    Vatican City
    St. Peter's Basilica, Closseum, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Via Condotti
    Florence
    Leaning Tower, Duomo, St. John Baptistry, Piazza della Signoria, Ponte Vecchio bridge
  • Italy
    • Vatican City: St. Peter Basilica
    • Rome: Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps
    • Pisa: Leaning Tower
    • Florence: Duomo, Piazza della Signora
    • Tusacan dinner
    • Venice: St. Mark's Square, St. Mark's Basilica, Bridge of Sighs
  • Austria
    • Salzburg: Mirabell Palace, Mozart Square, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's birthplace
    • Innsbruck: Golden Roof, Swarovski Crystal Shop
  • Switzerland
    • Lucerne: Chapel Bridge, Lion Monument
    • Engelberg: Mt. Titlis
    • Interlaken: Combo fondue dinner
  • Germany
    • Black Forest: Rhine Falls, Original Black Forest lunch, Titisee, cuckoo clock centre
    • Heidelberg: Heidelberg Castle
    • Cologne: Cologne Cathedral
  • The Netherlands
    • Amsterdam: Dam Square, Zaanse Schans, cheese farm, wooden clog-making demonstration, canal cruise, diamond house
  • Belgium
    • Brussels: Atomium, Manneken Pis, Market Square, Grand Place
  • France
    • Paris: Arc de Triomphe, Eiffel Tower, Fragonard Perfumery, Eurostar train ride to London
  • England
    • London: Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, London Bridge, Tower Bridge, Tower of London
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  • Chan Brothers Travel

    Chan Brothers Travel

    As one of Singapore's largest travel agent and tour operator, we offer the widest choice of destinations from the mainstream to the exotic ones. While we explore new destinations and venture into opening the roads less travelled, we consistently review and revisit existing ones with new itineraries and experiences. By maintaining a strong marketing and communications link with our customers, prospects, business partners and the general buying public, we attain top-of-mind recall as a reliable travel agency providing quality packages at value-for-money prices. For the past 48 years, we take pride in satisfying and surpassing our customers' expectations with tour experiences that get them to return time and again. We were also the first to set up a sophisticated online travel infrastructure and a call centre as part of our continuous efforts to offer seamless travel experiences from the first touch point to utilisation of service.

  • Day 1: Singapore - Rome (MOB)
    Set off to Rome from Changi Airport where you are a step closer to La Dolce Vita. Note: If you are flying by Singapore Airlines, you will assemble at the airport on the night of Day 1. However, the flight only departs after midnight.
    Day 2: Rome - Vatican City - Rome (MOB/L/D)
    Begin your morning by visiting the legendary Vatican City, the world's smallest country. Over there, you will witness the St. Peter's Basilica, one of the most famous and biggest churches in the world. Next, view the Closseum in its resplendent glory, ancient gladiators once battled each other for the public's entertainment here. If you close your eyes and concentrate hard, you might hear the roaring crowd rooting for their favourite gladiator. In the afternoon, make a wish at thebaroque Trevi Fountain before visiting the Spanish Steps, the widest staircase in Europe. Movie buffs take heed, for you might find this attraction familiar as it was made rather famous by the film Roman Holiday, starring Audrey Hepburn. Thereafter, shop along Via Condotti, one of Rome's most elegant shopping streets for your haute couture fix.
    Day 3: Rome - Pisa - Florence (B/Tuscan Dinner)
    Travel to Pisa to admire the world-renowned Leaning Tower at Campo dei Miracoli, also known as the world's leading centre for medieval art. Continue your journey towards Florence, otherwise known as the birthplace of Renaissance. Over here, revel in the city's main sights like the multi-coloured Duomo, St. John Baptistry, Piazza della Signoria and its eye-catching sculptures. You will also see the famous Ponte Vecchio bridge, one of the city's most famous landmark. Tonight, savor the best of Italian hospitality with a lovely Tuscan dinner.
    Day 4: Florence - Venice (B/D)
    This morning, journey along the mindblowing Italian Alps to Venice and take a motor launch to St. Mark's Square. Stroll around St. Mark's Basilica, Doge's Palace, Bridge of Sighs and St. Mark's Campanile, a replica of the original watchtower that collapsed in 1902. Visit a Venetian glass factory and be fascinated by a master glassblower's demonstration. If time and weather is in your favour, board the unforgettable gondola ride at your own expense.
    Day 5: Venice - Salzburg (B/D)
    Travel across the border to Austria Lake District and continue to Salzburg, the hometown of Mozart. Enjoy the expansive view of the breathtaking countryside that the well-loved musical, "The Sound of Music", was based on. Discover this aurally delightful city at your leisure and rejoice in sights like Mirabell Palace, Residence Square, Mozart Square and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's birthplace at No.9 Getridegasse Street. You may also opt to visit the Mozart Museum at your own expense.
    Day 6: Salzburg - Innsbruck - Vaduz - Lucerne (B)
    This morning, visit Innsbruck, which features the Golden Roof in the old town. For those who adore all things Swarovski, your calling is right here as you visit the Swarovski Crystal Shop. Next, make a brief stop at the charming village of Vaduz, capital city of Liechtenstein, one of the world's richest countries. Then, move on to Switzerland, arriving at the composed township of Lucerne. Apart from its beloved watches, it is also the city that bestowed us with the popular children's book, Heidi. From your hotel, stroll down to see Chapel Bridge and Lion Monument. Note: Overnight accommodation may not be in Lucerne.
    Day 7: Lucerne - Engelberg - Mt. Titlis - Interlaken (B/Combo Fondue Dinner)
    This morning, begin your tour with an excursion to Engelberg. From there, ascend Mt. Titlis by cable car. Enjoy the view of the central Swiss Alps and have fun on the snowfields. In the afternoon, continue to Interlaken, an integral and breathtaking attraction of the Swiss Alps. Here, you can view the mighty Jungfrau Mountain in the Bernese Oberland region. Stroll through the town and indulge in a cuppa ot two at one of the many chic sidewalk cafes. Tonight, enjoy a lip-smacking and authentic combo fondue dinner of cheese, meat and chocolate. Note: If Mt. Titlis is closed for maintenance, it will be substituted with another mountain excursion.
    Day 8: Interlaken (B)
    Today, spend the morning at leisure to discover and revel in this spellbinding resort town. Alternatively, you may choose to take an optional journey to Jungfraujoch – Top of Europe at your own expense. Here, the hills are indeed alive with scenery that is perfect for plenty of Kodak moments.
    Day 9: Interlaken - Rhine Falls - Titisee - Heidelberg - Rhineland (B/Original Black Forest Lunch/D)
    Travel to Schaffhausen to witness the Rhine Falls, the largest waterfall in Western Europe. Cross the border and drive through Black Forest, the largest forest in Germany, where you will enjoy an original Black Forest lunch. Arrive at the tourist resort township of Titisee, home to Germany's largest cuckoo clock centre and one of Germany's most picturesque lakes. Transfer to the region of Rhineland via Heidelberg for your overnight stay, where you may view Heidelberg Castle from a distance.
    Day 10: Rhineland - Cologne - Amsterdam (B)
    Visit Cologne to see the most fascinating old towns in the country, as well as the storied Cologne Cathedral, a gem of Gothic architecture and one of Germany's most visited landmark. Then, depart Germany for the colorful city of Amsterdam in The Netherlands where some say is the bicycle capital of the world. You will then proceed to Dam Square, where Amstel River was damned in the 13th century, thus giving the city its name. Next, witness the stellar attractions of Amsterdam such as the Royal Palace, the Church of Amsterdam and the resplendent National Monument around the square. Note: Overnight accommodation may be in Den Hague or Rotterdam.
    Day 11: Amsterdam (B/D)
    This morning, tour Zaanse Schans, a Dutch village dotted with well-preserved windmills and cottages. Take the opportunity to visit a cheese farm and witness a wooden clog-making demonstration. Thereafter, return to Amsterdam to enjoy a refreshing canal cruise. Relax onboard a glass-domed motor launch cruising down canals flanked by gabled houses. Next, be dazzled by the diamond house in Amsterdam and see master craftsmen at work. Spend some time at leisure for photo-taking or shopping.
    Day 12: Amsterdam - Brussels - Paris (B/L/D)
    This morning, continue to beguiling Brussels, the capital of Beligum, where your 1st stop is the magnificent Atomium, a marvel of modern architecture, constructed for Expo '58, the Brussels World's Fair. Drive by Royal Laeken Palace before arriving in the city to see the mascot of Brussels, Manneken Pis, the 16th and 17th-century Market Square and the beautiful Grand Place. Next proceed to Paris, City of Lights. You may wish to take a romantic excursion cruise on the famous River Seine at your own expense.
    Day 13: Paris (B/L)
    This morning, immerse in the sights of Napoleon’s Arc de Triomphe, Champs Elysees Boulevard and Place de la Concorde on your city tour. Witness the iconic Eiffel Tower and celebrated Notre Dame Cathedral, one of the most magnificent masterpieces of Gothic architecture. Thereafter, check out the Fragonard Perfumery, one of the largest perfumeries in France, and indeed, it also happens to be awesome place to purchase exclusive French scents that won't break your wallet. Spend the rest of the day at leisure where you lose yourself in shopping, afterall this city is a shopper's paradise.
    Day 14: Paris - London (B/Dim Sum Lunch)
    This morning, you leave Paris for London, one of the Europe's trendiest capitals. Upon arrival, embark on a city tour that is steeped in historical and cultural attractions such as Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, No. 10 Downing Street, Trafalgar Square, London Bridge, Tower Bridge and Tower of London among other draws. Then, shop-till-you-drop at London’s West End stores. Whether it's high-street Oxford Street, or high-end Knightsbridge, there's something suited for everyone's budget and taste in London. Note : If Eurostar is not operating, your journey from Paris to London will be replaced with a flight instead.
    Day 15: London - Singapore (B/MOB)
    If time permits, of course there's always last-minute shopping before bidding farewell to London and all her Brittania manners as you transfer to the airport for your flight home.
    Day 16: Arrive in Singapore
  • Remarks:
    • If a place of visit is closed to visitors, it will be replaced with an alternative.
    • During major events, accommodation may not be in the city mentioned.
    • Sequence of itinerary is subject to change without prior notice.

    Note:
    • Prices shown are just guideline and are not guaranteed until purchased is completed.
    • Prices shown are not inclusive of airport taxes and other incidental fees.
    • Prices shown are in SGD.
    • Prices are valid for transactions in Singapore only.

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Romantic European - Start Brussels Eurostar 2014

Tour Package USD6179
Your love affair begins in Brussels. Unleash your spirit of adventure in Prague. Fall under Vienna’s spell, before being swept off your feet in Venice. Tour Pace - Comfortable: This is a well paced tour. Although it starts off with some one night stays, the distances travelled are not great and the high-speed Eurostar helps keep things relaxed. Then two-night stays in the eight key cities allowing time for sightseeing, exploration on your own or optional excursions. Travelling days are well planned with plenty of stops for refreshment and photo opportunities.
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  • Day 1: Beautiful Brussels
    At 2.00 pm walk with your Tour Director through the Grand Place, voted Europe’s most beautiful square, lined with gilded buildings from the late 17th century and Gothic Town Hall. Stroll on through the back streets to the capital's most celebrated water feature, the cheeky Mannekin Pis statue. Later, join your Tour Director for a Welcome Reception and an opportunity to mingle and get to know each other over a pleasant evening of dinner and wine.(Welcome Dinner)
    Day 2: Amsterdam the City of Canals
    After seeing the space-age Atomium, leave Brussels and drive north into The Netherlands. Continue through the pleasant Dutch countryside to the old fishing village of Volendam, set on the shores of the former Zuidersee. This is followed by a photo-stop at one of the windmills and a visit to a cheese farm and ‘Klompenhuis’, to witness a demonstration of traditional clog making. Then on to lively Amsterdam, the "City of Canals". Drive across Dam Square, the heart of the city, past the Royal Palace and Mint Tower. Round off the day with a taste of glamour as you visit one of the great diamond-houses for a demonstration of diamond cutt ing and polishing - a chance to wear a fortune in diamonds and dream!(Buffet Breakfast)
    Day 3: Castles of the Rhine Valley & Würzburg
    Leave Amsterdam today, en route for Germany. Pass the border town of Arnhem, renowned for its 'Bridge Too Far' - the Rhine bridge which was the object of bitter fighting at the end of World War II. Cross the extensive Ruhr Basin and head for the Romantic Rhine Gorge. In the quaint wine village of Boppard, take to the water for a delightful cruise past fortified towns and leafy vineyards. Pass the twin strongholds of the ‘Enemy Brothers’, the Cat and Mouse castles and hear the legend of the Loreley Rock. Rejoin the coach at St. Goar and continue to Würzburg, where you see the Residenz Palace – the immense baroque Palace of the Prince Bishops, one of the most important landmarks in Germany. There's also time to stroll through the heart of the old town, down to the Alte Mainbrucke, the 16th century bridge over the River Main, adorned with sandstone statues. From here you can admire the mighty Marienburg fortress on the opposite side of the river.(Buffet Breakfast / Dinner)
    Day 4: Nuremberg & Golden Prague
    First stop today is Nuremberg, still entirely enclosed by its massive town ramparts bristling with 46 towers! Tour the old town, carefully rebuilt after wartime destruction, with a charming blend of stone and timbered dwellings. See Albrecht Durer’s house and explore the bustling Hauptmarkt in the heart of the Altstadt - a picturesque setting for the aptly named Beautiful Fountain, local farmers' market and gingerbread shop dating back to 1610. Continue east to the Czech border, past the town of Pilsen renowned for its beer, to reach the ‘golden city’ of Prague.(Buffet Breakfast / Dinner)
    Day 5: Prague, City of a Hundred Spires
    In the morning, join a local expert for a guided tour of one of the most beautiful and intact historical centres in Europe. Start with the 1000 year old Prague Castle, where you admire the stained glass of St Vitus Cathedral and enjoy amazing views over the Old Town. Czechs are passionate about their beer so there is also a visit to a Monastic brewery whose origins date back to the turn of the 13th and 14th centuries. Meet a beer expert for a short history of Bohemian brewing and a taste of some of the delectable amber nectar. Finish in the Old Town Square where the mechanical antics of the Astronomical Clock’s glockenspiel delight onlooker seach hour. Now the city is all yours to explore. Maybe take a river cruise through the heart of the city, rummage through the renowned antique shops or shop for the finest Bohemian crystal.(Buffet Breakfast)
    Day 6: Bratislava & Budapest - Grand Dames on the Danube
    It’s away through the beautiful forested countryside of Bohemia this morning. Skirt the major industrial centre of Brno to drive through the wine producing area of South Moravia. After crossing the Slovakian border, continue to the capital of Bratislava, dominated by its imposing 9C castle, perched high above the Danube. There's free time to take a leisurely walk through the Old Town, to see the Maximillian Fountain. Look out for the Napoleonic soldier and Cumil ‘the peeper’. After free time to explore, cross into Hungary and follow the River Danubeto Budapest for the evening.(Buffet Breakfast)
    Day 7: The Highlights of Buda & Pest
    After a restful night’s sleep, you are chauffeured along elegant boulevards to visit Heroes’ Square. Now cross the mighty Danube to walk with your guide along the medieval cobblestoned streets of the Castle District. Visit Matt hias Church and enjoy sweeping views from the Fisherman’s Bastion over the exquisite Parliament building, one of the largest in Europe. Spend the afternoon at the popular pedestrian shopping street of Váciutca where the city’s fine museums, historic squares and monuments are within easy reach.(Buffet Breakfast / Dinner)
    Day 8: On to Stately Vienna
    Before leaving the Hungarian capital, look out over the famous river dividing Buda and Pest from the heights of Gellert Hill - the two sides linked by the mighty Chain Bridge and the newer, elegant Elizabeth Bridge. Drive on, past the eagle overlooking the town of Tatabanya, to the Austrian border. Continue through pleasant farming country to the imperial capital of Vienna.(Buffet Breakfast)
    Day 9: Vienna & the Habsburgs
    Vienna owes much of its present day charm to the long reign of the Habsburgs, so in the morning, join a guide for a tour of Maria Theresa’s Schönbrunn Palace and formal gardens. The grandiose rococo interior of the palace is a dazzling confection of gilded mirrors, crystal chandeliers and frescoed ceilings. Your city tour continues around the famous Ring, seeing the Parliament, Winter Palace and Opera House. The afternoon is at leisure.(Buffet Breakfast)
    Day 10: Down to Venice, Queen of the Adriatic
    Today's route takes you past quiet villages, through Styria's forested mountains and into the Carinthian Lake District. Continue past Europe's warmest lake, the Worthersee, to cross into Italy near Tarvisio. Then follow mountain valleys and cascading streams down to the Veneto Plain on your way to the unique city of Venice, where your hotel is close to the Grand Canal.(Buffet Breakfast / Dinner)
    Day 11: Venice & the Magic of La Serenissima
    Wake up refreshed and ready to embrace this romantic city. Cruise by Palladio’s San Giorgio Maggiore to St. Mark’s Square. Alight to see Lord Byron’s Bridge of Sighs which connects the Doges’ Palace to the prisons and the dazzling domed basilica. While here, visit an arts centre to watch one of the few remaining craftsmen hand-blow Venetian glass. Then, set off through the canals by gondola while musicians set the mood with traditional songs. The afternoon is at leisure to browse through the shops on the Rialto Bridge or sit a while at a canal side cafe to sip the local wine.(Buffet Breakfast)
    Day 12: On to the Eternal City of Rome
    Head into the Apennine Mountains and the peaceful landscapes of Tuscany. En route, hear an informative tutorial about the famous Chianti wines that make this region so famous. Follow the course of the Tiber to your hotel in the Eternal City of Rome.(Buffet Breakfast)
    Day 13: Papal & Imperial Rome
    In the morning, you are joined by a local expert who guides you through the superb Vatican Museums culminating beneath Michelangelo’s famous ceiling in the Sistine Chapel. Your VIP visit includes fasttrack entry and the Bramante Staircase, a part of the Vatican closed to the general public. Continue inside the cavernous St Peter’s Basilica, mother church of the Catholic faith, seeing another Michelangelo masterpiece, the Pieta, as well as the splendid dome, completed after his death. Leave the Vatican City and cross the Tiber to stand outside the Colosseum and imagine yourself back in the days of the gladiators, then see the Forum. The afternoon is at leisure.(Buffet Breakfast)
    Day 14: Exploring Renaissance Florence
    Drive north into Tuscany and Piazzale Michelangelo for panoramic views over Florence. This afternoon, a local expert takes you to Santa Croce Basilica to see the tombs of Galileo and Michelangelo. Continue to the Cathedral where the ‘Gates of Paradise’ adorn the Baptistry. Visit the open-air gallery of sculpture in Signoria Square and witness a leatherwork demonstration.(Buffet Breakfast / Dinner)
    Day 15: Florence at Leisure
    The next day is at leisure in the Renaissance capital. Traverse the medieval streets to the Ponte Vecchio, haggle for leather goods at the market around San Lorenzo or relax amid the terraces of the Boboli Gardens. Maybe explore the museums, have lunch al fresco or perhaps venture into the beautiful Tuscan countryside. The choice is all yours!(Buffet Breakfast)
    Day 16: Through the Alps & on to Lucerne
    Head north for the Italian and Swiss Lake Districts via the lake of Lugano. Continue into the heart of the Swiss Alps, passing through the Saint Gotthard Tunnel, one of the longest road tunnels in the world, then alongside towering mountains and past rushing torrents, down to scenic Lake Lucerne.(Buffet Breakfast)
    Day 17: Lucerne’s Lions & Dragons
    In the morning, view the emotive Lion Monument before enjoying some time shopping or strolling along the Chapel Bridge to the Jesuit Church. Later, embark on a highlight excursion by cog-wheel train and cable-car to the summit of Mount Pilatus. In medieval times, it was believed that dragons lived in these rugged clefts, but now the only amazing sights to see are over the snow-capped Jungfrau and Eiger peaks. Tonight, on your Dine-Around evening, you are offered a fine selection of restaurants for your dining pleasure.(Buffet Breakfast / Dine Around)
    Day 18: A Diner de Célébration in Paris
    Drive to Basel before crossing the Rhine to enter France. Travel through the wine-growing Burgundy region to glittering Paris. Tonight head for the famous Champs Elysees for a ‘diner de célébration’, served with wine in an amazing Parisian bistro celebrated for its cuisine.(Buffet Breakfast / Celebration Dinner)
    Day 19: Paris, the ‘City of Light’
    The following morning’s sightseeing tour with a local expert takes you by Notre Dame Cathedral, the imposing façades of the Louvre and Garnier’s splendid Opera House. See the obelisk in the centre of the Place de la Concorde and drive along the Champs Élysées to the Arc de Triomphe. Now survey the city from the heights of the Eiffel Tower, built for the World’s Exhibition of 1889. The afternoon is at leisure for last minute shopping or your own pursuits.(Buffet Breakfast)
    Day 20: Au revoir Paris
    Included coach transfer to Paris Gare du Nord station for your high speed Eurostar train journey to London. On arrival you are transferred to the Victoria Park Plaza Hotel for the night.(Buffet Breakfast)
    • Highlights
    • Brussels: Walk through the Grand Place to view the Mannekin Pis Statue. See the Atomium.
    • Amsterdam: See Dam Square, the Royal Palace and Mint Tower.
    • Würzburg: See the Residenz Palace. Explore the old town. Stand on the statue-lined Alte Mainbrucke. See the Marienburg fortress
    • Nuremberg: See the city walls, Albrecht Durer’s house and walk through the old town to the Hauptmarkt to see the Beautiful Fountain.
    • Prague: Enjoy views over the Old Town and Vltava River. Visit the Old Town Square and see the Astronomical Clock.
    • Bratislava: Enjoy free time amid the cobbled squares and labyrinthine streets of Bratislava’s Old Town.
    • Budapest: Enjoy panoramic views over the city from Gellért Hill. Walk through the cobbled streets of the medieval Castle Hill district. Visit Heroes’ Square in Pest. Spend some time in the popular pedestrian shopping street of Váci utca.
    • Vienna: Tour the RIng Road seeing the Hofburg, Opera House, Parliament building and St Charles’ Church.
    • Venice: Cruise, with commentary, to St. Mark’s Square. See the Doges’ Palace, Bridge of Sighs and St. Mark’s Basilica.
    • Rome: Visit St. Peters Basilica in the Vatican City. See the mighty Colosseum and overlook the Forum
    • Florence: Enjoy panoramic views over the whole city from Piazzale Michelangelo. Walk with your guide to the Cathedral, see the ‘Gates of Paradise’ and open-air gallery of Signoria Square. Witness a traditional Florentine leather-work demonstration
    • Lucerne: View the emotive Lion Monument. See the covered Chapel Bridge and Jesuit Church.
    • Paris: See Notre Dame Cathedral, the façades of the Louvre Museum, the Place de la Concorde & Opera House. Drive along the Champs Elysées to the Arc de Triomphe.
      General Note
    • Departures on May 4th and September 7th stay at the Hotel Rappen, Rothenburg instead of Würzburg. Departures on May 19th and 26th, August 25th, and September 15th and 22nd stay at the Sofitel instead of the Corinthia Hotek, Budapest. Departure on December 21st has Christmas/New Year’s Eve celebration dinner included.
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      • England
      • Belgium
      • Germany
      • Czech Republic
      • Slovakia
      • Hungary
      • Austria
      • Italy
      • Switzerland
      • France
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Verona tours, sights and activities

12D9N Italy Romance

Tour Package SGD3338

    Highlights

    Venice
    St. Mark’s Square, St. Mark’s Basilica, Doge’s Palace, Bridge of Sighs, St. Mark’s Campanile, Venetian glass factory
    Verona
    Juliet’s Balcony, Arena
    Florence
    Duomo, Doors of Paradise, St.John’s Baptistry, Cathedral of Santa Maria Del Flore, Piazza della Signoria, Ponte Vecchio bridge
    Pisa
    Leaning Tower, Cinque Terre, villages of Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza, Monterosso
    Capri
    Capri town, Marina Grande, Sorrento, Piazza Tasso, Intarsio
    Rome
    St. Peter's Basilica, Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Via Condotti
    Milan
    Duomo, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, shopping
    Assisi
    St. Francis Basilica, Piazza del Comune, Basilica of Our Lady of Humility
    Pompeii
    archaeological sites

Highlights:

Verona : Juliet’s Balcony, Arena
Venice : St. Mark’s Square, St. Mark’s Basilica, Bridge of Sighs
Assisi: St. Francis Basilica, Piazza Del Comune
Capri: Capri Town, Marina Grande
Sorrento: Piazza Tasso
Pompeii: Archaeological Sites
Vatican City: St. Peter’s Basilica
Rome: Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps
Florence: Tuscan Dinner, Duomo, Piazza Delle Signoria
Pisa: Leaning Tower
La Spezia: Cinque Terre
Milan: Duomo, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

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  • Chan Brothers Travel

    Chan Brothers Travel

    As one of Singapore's largest travel agent and tour operator, we offer the widest choice of destinations from the mainstream to the exotic ones. While we explore new destinations and venture into opening the roads less travelled, we consistently review and revisit existing ones with new itineraries and experiences. By maintaining a strong marketing and communications link with our customers, prospects, business partners and the general buying public, we attain top-of-mind recall as a reliable travel agency providing quality packages at value-for-money prices. For the past 48 years, we take pride in satisfying and surpassing our customers' expectations with tour experiences that get them to return time and again. We were also the first to set up a sophisticated online travel infrastructure and a call centre as part of our continuous efforts to offer seamless travel experiences from the first touch point to utilisation of service.

  • Day 1: Singapore – Milan (MOB)
    Assemble at Singapore Changi Airport for your flight to enchanting Milan.
    Day 2: Milan – Verona - Venice (MOB/L/D)
    Begin your Italian romance on a love-struck note with a morning trip to the UNESCO Heritage Site, Verona, the city where the star-crossed lovers in Shakespearean Classic, Romeo and Juliet are said to have lived and fallen in love. Witness Juliet’s Balcony and the arresting Arena, internationally renowned for its well-preserved ancient façade. Continue on to divine Venice for your overnight stay.
    Day 3: Venice – Assisi (B/D)
    This morning, take a motor launch to the splendidly divine St. Mark’s Square which apparently awed Napoleon so much that he claimed that it was designed for the sky to serve as its canopy. Explore famed monuments such as St. Mark’s Basilica, which features the craved likenesses of the 4 rulers of the Roman Empire, the Doge’s Palace, one of the city’s main landmarks that also serves as a museum, and the Bridge of Sighs, so-named because it was the last glimpse of freedom that convicts had before they were imprisoned and St. Mark’s Campanile, a replica of the original watchtower that collapsed in 1902. Visit a Venetian glass factory and be fascinated by a master glassblower’s demonstration. If time and weather permit, do not miss an unforgettable gondola ride at your own expense. Then, revel in a scenic drive to the famed walled city of Assisi, an idyllic, well-preserved medieval town with an air of mystical serenity and Italy’s 2nd-most popular pilgrimage destination after the Vatican.
    Day 4: Assisi – Naples (B/D)
    After breakfast, experience an unrivalled orientation tour of Assisi. Visit St. Francis Basilica, which holds the crypt of the said beloved saint, covered with fascinating frescoes by Giotto that depicts his life. After the visit, stroll down the narrow but picturesque streets of Piazza del Comune, the old town centre which houses many spellbinding ancient religious structures such as the Basilica of Our Lady of Humility. Thereafter, adjourn to the lively and colourful Naples for your overnight stay.
    Day 5: Naples – Capri – Sorrento - Naples (B/L/D)
    Today, you will board a hydrofoil to the island of Capri. Capri has long been a favorite destination of honeymooners, but you do not have to be in the throes of love to appreciate the charms of Capri town and Marina Grande. Then, adjourn to the charming resort of Sorrento. Start with a walking tour which will take you to the bustling Piazza Tasso. Admire the art of “Intarsio”, a wood inlay that is regionally renowned. Return to Naples in the afternoon.
    Day 6: Naples – Pompeii – Rome (B/D)
    This morning, you will depart Naples for Pompeii. Your day starts with a guided tour on Pompeii’s archaeological sites. Take a step back into time as you stand amidst the attraction’s remaining ruins. Check out the patrician home and public baths as it gives one a good idea on civilian life back in the heyday of the Roman empire. This afternoon, proceed to Rome, known to many as the birthplace of modern civilization.
    Day 7: Rome – Vatican City – Rome (B/L/D)
    Begin your morning by visiting the legendary Vatican City, the world’s smallest country. Over here, you will witness St. Peter's Basilica, one of the most famous and biggest churched in the world. Next, visit the Colosseum in its resplendent glory, ancient gladiators once battled each other for the public’s entertainment here. If you close your eyes and concentrate hard, you might hear the roaring crowd rooting for their favourite gladiator. In the afternoon, make a wish at the baroque Trevi Fountain before visiting Spanish Steps, the widest staircase in Europe. Thereafter, shop along Via Condotti, one of Rome’s most elegant shopping streets.
    Day 8: Rome – Florence (B/Tuscan Dinner)
    Today, continue your journey to fabulous Florence, one of the settings for the Shakespearean epic, All’s Well Ends Well. See the city’s main sights such as the multi-coloured Duomo. Discover the Doors of Paradise, which feature ornate bronze panels depicting the life of Christ from the New Testament as well as relief sculptures of apostles at St.John’s Baptistry, and Cathedral of Santa Maria Del Flore with its pink, white and green marble façade, along with Brunelleschi’s famous dome dominating the skyline of Florence. Proceed on to Piazza della Signoria, the political hub of Florence, and Ponte Vecchio bridge, one of the city’s most famous landmarks. To end the night on a high note, you will enjoy a delish and lovely Tuscan dinner.
    Day 9: Florence – Pisa – Cinque Terre – La Spezia (B/D)
    This morning, travel to Pisa to witness the world-renowned Leaning Tower at Campo dei Miracoli, also known as Field of Miracles. Create your picture perfect moments with the world-renowned attraction. Look forward to a spectacular day as you journey towards Cinque Terre. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a postcard-perfect vision of five pastel-hued villages, perched precariously on a short stretch of cliffs. Stroll along old footpaths and explore the olive groves, vineyards and orchards that link together the delightful villages of Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso. Thereafter, make your way to the charming and beautifully-preserved port town of La Spezia.
    Day 10: La Spezia – Milan (B)
    After breakfast, make your way to Milan, where the likes of revered designer houses like Giorgio Armani, Gucci and Fendi showcase their fashion collections. Following which, visit the Duomo and the glass and steel Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the first building in Italy to be lit by electricity. In the afternoon, explore the city at your own leisure.
    Day 11: Milan – Singapore (B/MOB)
    If time permits, you can do some last-minute shopping before you transfer to the airport for your flight home.
    Day 12: Arrive in Singapore
  • Remarks:
    • If a place of visit is closed to visitors, it will be replaced with an alternative.
    • During major events, accommodation may not be in the city mentioned.
    • Sequence of itinerary is subject to change without prior notice.

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Best of Italy (2014)

Tour Package USD3150
Roman antiquities, pious Assisi, Venetian canals, Renaissance Florence and Capri sunshine are fused with a touch of ‘la dolce vita’ for the perfect tour of Italy. Tour Pace - Comfortable: This tour has a well balanced pace with two-night stays in four of the five centres – Rome, Venice, Florence and Sorrento. The driving days are comfortable, interspersed with rest stops and sightseeing.
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  • Insight Vacations

    Insight Vacations

    Discover Europe, North America, India and Nepal than with Insight Vacations. Our luxury and premium escorted journeys are designed with immense care and an unwavering commitment to exceed our customers’ expectations.

  • Day 1: the Eternal City of Rome
    Welcome to Rome, a glorious city filled with Classical antiquities, medieval buildings, Renaissance palaces and baroque churches. Transfers depart from Rome’s Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci Airport, for the tour hotel at 09:30, 12:30 & 15:30. This evening, enjoy an orientation drive before joining your Tour Director for a Welcome Reception and uniquely Roman Welcome dinner – overlooking the illuminated Colosseum!(Welcome Dinner)
    Day 2: Papal & Imperial Rome
    Today is devoted to the ‘Eternal City’. Join a local expert for an in-depth visit to the Vatican Museums, full of priceless art treasures collected by the Popes. Insight has arranged special VIP entrance to avoid the crowds, together with behind the scenes access to the Bramante Staircase - a marvel of Renaissance architecture normally off-limits to the general public. Now into the Sistine Chapel, where the Popes are elected. Enjoy clear commentary via your audio headset as you admire Michelangelo’s famous ceiling. Next door in St. Peter’s Basilica, wonder at another of his works, the motive ‘Pieta’, and stand beneath the dome completed after his death. Then cross the Tiber to visit the Colosseum, scene of many gladiatorial contests. After seeing the Roman Forum, the rest of the day is yours to shop in the boutiques or relax at a sidewalk café.(Buffet Breakfast)
    Day 3: In Search of St. Francis
    Leave Rome and follow the valley of the River Tiber to the hills of Umbria, which form part of the Apennines. Your destination is peaceful Assisi, one of Italy’s most beautiful mountain towns. First, in the valley, see the famous Church of St. Mary of the Angels, much venerated as the place of St. Francis’ death, then continue up Mount Subasio to the upper town. Step inside the huge Basilica of St. Francis, built in the 13th century, where the frescoes by Giotto heralded a new era in Italian art.(Buffet Breakfast / Dinner)
    Day 4: Venice, the Queen of the Adriatic
    A delightful mountain drive takes you through the heart of the Apennines. Continue through the marshes of the Venetian lagoon and across the causeway to the unique city of Venice. Your hotel is housed in a former monastery in the Cannaregio neighbourhood. This area remains largely undiscovered by the city's day-trippers - its bars, restaurants and shops are great places to taste local life. Later, board a traditional gondola for a serenade through the ‘watery streets’. Relax and enjoy the atmosphere, music and songs as you drift along the romantic canals.(Buffet Breakfast / Dinner)
    Day 5: Venice & the Magic of La Serenissima
    Your private launch awaits this morning, ready to cruise past Palladian churches and 13th century palaces to St. Mark’s Square. First sight is the pink marble of the Doges’ Palace, connected to the prisons by the Bridge of Sighs. It was from here that Casanova made his daring escape. Now turn the corner and the gilded regalia of St. Mark’s Basilica comes into view. A visit to an arts centre on Giudecca island has also been arranged, for you to admire the age-old skill of glassblowers and gondola builders.(Buffet Breakfast)
    Day 6: Pisa, the Wines of Tuscany & Florence
    Back on the mainland, cross the plain of the Po River and traverse the Apennines to reach the peaceful landscapes of Tuscany. Follow the river to the coastal town of Pisa to see the famous Leaning Tower. Time also to admire the marble cathedral and baptistery. En route to Florence, enjoy a delicious explora tion of Tusca ny’s red wines, their robust flavours and absorbing history.(Buffet Breakfast / Dinner)
    Day 7: Florence, Birthplace of the Renaissance
    Join a local expert for a walking tour of the historic city centre. A highlight is the visit to the Academy Gallery to see Michelangelo’s monumental Statue of David. Continue to the multi-coloured marble Cathedral to admire Giotto’s bell tower and ‘Gates of Paradise’. Visit the Piazza della Signoria, still the political heart of Florence and the area around Santa Croce Basilica - famous for the quality of its luxury goods. After a demonstration of leather work there’s free time to shop or continue sightseeing. This evening don’t miss the chance to sample the fine Florentine cuisine - tasty starters, rich pastas, accompanied by Chianti wine.(Buffet Breakfast)
    Day 8: Pompeii, Roman Ruins & Sorrento
    An early start today as you travel southwards, passing Cassino, scene of a fierce battle in World War II. Skirting Naples, you soon reach Pompeii, the opulent Roman town which was preserved by layers of ash from the disastrous eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD79. A walking tour with a local expert through the cobbled streets and extensive excavations reveals the daily life of ancient Roman civilisation. Visit the Forum and peer into ancient shops and patrician villas, decorated with colourful wall paintings. Now follow the scenic cliff top road to the picturesque resort of Sorrento.(Buffet Breakfast)
    Day 9: Sorrento & Capri, the Isle of Dreams
    Investigate the art of ‘intarsio’ or marquetry wood inlaying before cruising to Capri - the isle of dreams. Under the Mediterranean sun, take an open top taxi up to Capri Town, where you can explore the narrow alleyways, browse in exclusive boutiques and enjoy the views over the Tyrrhenian Sea. Perhaps join an optional tour to visit Axel Munthe’s Villa San Michele? Descend to the port by funicular railway and return to Sorrento for some relaxation time. Maybe stroll to the Piazza Tasso, where the lively cafés and bars are a constant buzz of activity and conversation. Sorrento harbour has the atmosphere of a forgotten world. Tonight, join your fellow guests at one of the restaurants that rise along the curve of the bay for an unforgettable Celebration Dinner of delicious Italian cuisine, wine and music.(Buffet Breakfast / Celebration Dinner)
    Day 10: Arrivederci Naples or Rome
    Departure transfers arrive at Naples Airport at 06:00 & 08:00. A transfer arrives Rome’s Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci Airport at approximately 10:30 and continues to the Rome hotel for those extending their stay.(Buffet Breakfast)
    • Highlights
    • Rome: Enjoy a private guided tour of St. Peter’s Basilica.
    • Assisi: See the Church of St. Mary of the Angels.
    • Venice: Cruise to St. Mark’s Square by private launch. See St. Mark’s Basilica, bell tower, clock tower, Doges’ Palace and Bridge of Sighs.
    • Pisa: See the Cathedral, Baptistery and ‘Leaning Tower’.
    • Florence: During your guided walking tour, see the Cathedral, belltower, ‘Gates of Paradise’ on the Baptistery and visit Signoria Square. Witness a leather-work demonstration.
    • Sorrento: Demonstration of ‘Intarsio’ inlay woodworking.
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    • Departures on December 20th and 27th 2013, and December 19th and 28th 2014 have Christmas/New Year’s Eve dinner included. These additional dinners will replace dinners shown in the itinerary. Saturday departures will have the Vatican included on day 3 before departing for Assisi.
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European Spotlight (2014)

Tour Package USD3535
The contrasts on this tour are remarkable, from the low lying Netherlands to the Austrian High Alps and from the canals of Venice to the wide boulevards of Paris. Tour Pace: Comfortable/Active: This tour is moderately paced with two-night stays in the key cities of Amsterdam, Venice, Lucerne and Paris, you have the choice of free time to relax or participating in optional excursions organised by your Tour Director.
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    Insight Vacations

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  • Day 1: Eurostar to Amsterdam
    After a warm welcome from your Tour Director, transfer to London’s St Pancras Station to board the high-speed Eurostar. Your two hour rail journey takes you via the historic Channel Tunnel to Brussels. From here, it’s a comfortable drive into The Netherlands. See the first of the windmills on the way to lively Amsterdam. Later, join your Tour Director for a Welcome Reception and an opportunity to mingle and get to know each other over a pleasant evening of dinner and wine.(Welcome Dinner)
    Day 2: Amsterdam, City of Canals
    Next morning, see all the sights on an orientation tour past the Mint Tower, floating Flower Market and Royal Palace in Dam Square. Then board a special canal cruiser to glide under low bridges, past the magnificent gabled mansions of the 17th century merchants. Now a touch of glamour as you visit one of Amsterdam's famous diamond houses to watch craftsmen cut and polish the stones. Learn all about the '4 C's' (carat, colour, clarity and cut), some of the absorbing history and admire the sparkling finished product. The afternoon is at leisure. Perhaps join an optional excursion through the Dutch countryside to the pretty village of Volendam?(Buffet Breakfast)
    Day 3: Castles of the Rhine Valley & Heidelberg
    Pass Arnhem, renowned for its ‘Bridge Too Far’, before crossing the German border bound for the Romantic Rhine. In the lovely little village of Boppard, nestled on the largest loop of the Rhine, embark on your scenic cruise. Drift past steep leafy vineyards, medieval hill-top castles and hear the legend of the Loreley Rock. Follow the Neckar river to Heidelberg, dominated by its red sandstone castle. Dining among friends and good hospitality is part of the local culture so why not hit the old town tonight for a hearty German feast?(Buffet Breakfast)
    Day 4: Bavarian Alps and Innsbruck, the mountainringed capital of Tyrol
    Skirt the northern Black Forest and head for the rolling Bavarian Alps. Stop for a photo beneath the royal castles of Hohenschwangau and King Ludwig’s fairy-tale Neuschwanstein. Once over the Austrian border, continue to Innsbruck, capital of the Tyrol. Tour the architectural jewels of the city, seeing the Imperial Palace, delightful Golden Roof and the 14th century houses of the old town.(Buffet Breakfast)
    Day 5: Fair Verona & Venice, Queen of the Adriatic
    Leave Innsbruck and travel across the impressive Europa Bridge and cross the Brenner Pass into Italy. Follow the Adige River through spectacular scenery down to the great plain. Visit fascinating Verona, with its Roman Arena, maze of elegant squares and of course Juliet’s balcony. Now on to glorious Venice, known for over a thousand years as ‘La Serenissima’. Your stylish hotel has a rooftop bar overlooking the twinkling lights of Venice - why not enjoy the view with a pre-dinner cocktail?(Buffet Breakfast / Dinner)
    Day 6: Venice & the magic of ‘La Serenissima’
    The following morning, visit a Venetian arts centre where local experts, craftsmen and practitioners of traditional skills still make gondolas by hand and blow glass into incredible works of art. Then relax on a private launch as it cruises to St Mark's Square. Stroll along the water’s edge to the Bridge of Sighs which connects the Doges’ Palace with the prisons. It was from here that Casanova made his daring escape! See St Mark’s Basilica and bell tower before embarking on a gondola serenade through the watery streets. Glide along the atmospheric canals exploring the intimate and hidden parts of this unique city while musicians set the mood with traditional songs. Now enjoy free time for your own pursuits.(Buffet Breakfast)
    Day 7: Through the Alps & on to Lucerne
    Travel through some of the richest farmland in Europe as you cross northern Italy. Glimpse the beautiful Italian Lake District as you continue into the heart of the Swiss Alps. Towering mountains and rushing torrents give way to pretty Lucerne, a romantic collection of spires, steeples, medieval bridges and half-timbered houses, set beside its lake.(Buffet Breakfast)
    Day 8: Lucerne’s Lions & Dragons
    This morning embark on a thrilling excursion by cog-wheel train and cable-car to the summit of one of Switzerland’s most famous mountains, Mount Pilatus. In medieval times, it was believed that dragons lived in these rugged clefts, but now the only amazing sights are over the snow-capped Jungfrau and Eiger peaks. Back in Lucerne view the emotive Lion Monument, stroll across the Chapel Bridge to the ornate Jesuit Church and spend time shopping in the traffic-free Old Town. This evening, get together with your friends and choose from a selection of authentic local restaurants for your dining pleasure.(Buffet Breakfast / Dine Around)
    Day 9: A Diner de Célébration in Paris
    Drive to Basel before crossing the Rhine to enter France. Travel through the wine-growing Burgundy region to Paris, the vibrant ‘Ville-Lumière’ (City of Light). Tonight head for the famous Champs Elysees for a ‘diner de célébration’, served with wine in an amazing Parisian bistro celebrated for its cuisine.(Buffet Breakfast / Celebration Dinner)
    Day 10: Paris, the ‘City of Light’
    Wake up refreshed and ready to embrace this most romantic city. Meet your local expert who takes you past Notre Dame Cathedral and the imposing façades of the Louvre. Drive through the Place de la Concorde, where the guillotine once stood and down the Champs Élysées to the Arc de Triomphe. Now Insight ensures you leave the long queues at the Eiffel Tower behind - ascend by express elevator to the famous viewing platforms for breathtaking panoramas over the city. The afternoon is at leisure to enjoy at our own pace.(Buffet Breakfast)
    Day 11: Au revoir Paris
    Transfers from the tour hotel arrives Charles de Gaulle Airport at 08:00 & 11:00 hours.(Buffet Breakfast)
    • Highlights
    • Amsterdam: See Dam Square, the Royal Palace and Mint Tower.
    • Heidelberg: See the red sandstone castle and explore the baroque Old Town.
    • Füssen: See the fairy-tale castle of Neuschwanstein.
    • Innsbruck: Walk the narrow streets of the Old Town, lined with medieval houses and arcades, to see the Golden Roof and Imperial Palace.
    • Verona: See the ancient Roman Arena and Juliet’s Balcony.
    • Venice: Cruise, with commentary, to St Mark’s Square. See the Doges’ Palace, Bridge of Sighs and St Mark’s Basilica.
    • Lucerne: View the emotive Lion Monument. See the covered Chapel Bridge and Jesuit Church.
    • Paris: See Notre Dame Cathedral, the façades of the Louvre Museum, the Place de la Concorde & Opera House. Drive along the Champs Elysées to the Arc de Triomphe.
    • Scenic Drives: Fern Pass, Europa Bridge, Brenner Pass, Burgundy.
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      • Austria
      • Belgium
      • England
      • France
      • Germany
      • Italy
      • Netherlands
      • Switzerland
      • United Kingdom
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