Europe Tour


Package Code : IP004

Package Name : Europe Tour

Package Days : 14 Days / 13 Nights

Tour Itinerary : Delhi - Paris - Nice - Monaco - France - Swiss Alps - Bavaria - Munich - Venice - Florence - Rome - Delhi


* This is a sample itinerary. We will custom make the trip as per your requirement.


Travel Plan


Welcome to Europe

Welcome to Paris, check-in into the hotel. Then we're off to explore Europe's greatest museum – the Louvre – where we'll come face-to-face with the works of Raphael, Delacroix and Leonardo, and timeless treasures that include Mona Lisa, Winged Victory, Venus de Milo and hundreds more.

We'll end the day by celebrating the start of our European adventure over dinner at any restaurant of your choice.

Night stay at Paris hotel.


Historic & Artistic Paris

After morning breakfast.

Visits to a pair of the world's most important Gothic churches: the legendary Notre-Dame Cathedral and the exquisite Sainte-Chappelle. Then we'll take a stroll through the bohemian Latin Quarter.

The rest of the day is free to visit the world's greatest collection of Impressionist art — from Monet and Degas to Cézanne and Gauguin and more — at the Rosary Museum; be inspired by Monet's incredible Water Lilies at the recently renovated Orangerie; or puzzle over the whimsical water fountains and modern art at the Pompidou. With your included Paris Museum Pass, the City of Light is yours to discover.

Evening spend time at the champs elysee street where you get all the world class brands at one place.

Return to your hotel, overnight stay at the hotel.


Paris – Nice and Monaco France

After Breakfast get into the fast train and begin the journey to the south of France (Nice and Monaco). A perfect holiday destination which is a mix of peace and beauty.

Check-in into the hotel at nice, then evening time for leisure stroll around the city.

Dinner at any restaurant of your choice


Nice - Monaco - Nice

Early morning get up and hop on to the nice Monaco train which takes Approx 20 min. to take you to Monaco which is considered as one of the most expensive city across the world.

Take a walk through Monaco-Ville, also known as "le rocher" or "the rock." Monaco-Ville is still a medieval village at heart and an astonishingly picturesque site. It is made up almost entirely of pedestrian streets and passageways and most previous century houses still remain. There a number of hotels, restaurant and souvenir shops tourists can stay, eat and shop at.

Then visit the Palais Princier (Prince's Palace) is in old Monaco-Ville and is worth a visit. There are guided tours of the palace each day and usually run around the clock. The Palace also offers a breathtaking panoramic view overlooking the Port and Monte-Carlo. Every day at 11:55 AM, in front of the Palace's main entrance visitors can watch the changing of the guard ceremony performed by the "Carabiniers." "Carabiniers" are not only in charge of the Prince's security but they offer Him a Guard of Honor and on special occasions, are His escorts.

The Monaco Cathedral was built in 1875 and stands on the site of a 13th century earlier church. It is a Romanesque-Byzantine church dedicated to Saint Nicolas and houses the remains of former Princes of Monaco and Princess Grace. The church square also contains some of Monaco-Ville's finest restaurants.

The Oceanographic Museum and Aquarium is a world-renowned attraction. Located 279 above sea level, the museum contains stunning collections of marine fauna, numerous specimens of sea creatures (stuffed or in skeleton form), models of Prince Albert's laboratory ships, and craft ware made from the sea's natural products. On the ground floor, exhibitions and film projections are presented daily in the Conference room. In the basement, visitors can take pleasure in watching spectacular shows of marine flora and fauna. With 4,000 species of fish and over 200 families of invertebrates, the aquarium is now an authority on the presentation of the Mediterranean and tropical marine ecosystem. Lastly, visitors can have lunch in "La Terrasse" and visit the museum gift shop.

La Condamine is the second oldest district in Monaco, after Monaco-Ville. Here you can stop and marvel at the many luxurious yachts and cruise ships which usually adorn the docks in the marina.

The Prince's car collection for any car enthusiast, it is the place to go, there is everything, from carriges and old cars, to formula 1 race cars.

In evening get back to nice and stay overnight.


Scenic Drive to the Swiss Alps

Today we'll leave the rolling hills of beautiful nice and climb high into the heart of the Swiss Alps. Our destination is the Berner Oberland's magnificent Lauterbrunnen Valley, flanked by towering, waterfall-laced cliffs and crowned by a trio of Switzerland's most formidable peaks: the Eiger, Monch and Jungfrau.

Evening have a hearty Swiss dinner together at our creaky old chalet in the Lauterbrunnen Valley.

Overnight stay at the hotel.


Spectacular Views in the Alps

The day is all yours to enjoy some of Europe's most dramatic scenery:-

Join a guide for an optional mountain excursion that combines the local narrow-gauge railway, a gondola lift, and a spectacular Alpine walk above the tree line, surrounded by a panorama of cut-glass peaks.


Ride a gondola lift up to the Schilthorn at 10,000 feet, loiter in the thin air, and hike down.


For a more restful day, just wander through the valley and walk to the thundering Trümmelbach: a unique set of waterfalls encased behind the valley walls

Night stay at the hotel


On to Bavaria

Today's drive is a good time to catch up on your journal, listen to music, curl up with a good book, or just sit back and enjoy views of pristine mountains and sparkling lakes. We'll cross the border of Germany and continue on to the heart of Bavaria to the people-friendly city of Munich, you're free to savor a traditional Bavarian feast.

Night stay at Munich


Marvelous Munich

Morning take a walk through the center of Germany's most livable city.Hop on a bus to explore more of Munich, including the Olympic Park.

stop to tour the opulent Nymphenburg Palace, home to the Wittelsbach dynasty, rulers of Bavaria for 700 years.

Your afternoon is free to choose some great options: be dazzled by the Deutsches Museum; rent a bike to explore the sprawling English Garden; or poke around the Marienplatz and Viktualienmarkt looking for the cuckoo clock of your dreams.

This evening, feel free to join the party at the Hofbräuhaus beer hall, where you can hoist a liter-size mug of beer, and a pretzel as big as your head

Overnight at the hotel


Over the Alps to Venice

Take a scenic, all-day drive to Venice today, stopping en route for lunch together in a characteristic Italian-Tirolean village. At the edge of Venice we'll board a vaporetto boat for an "am-I-really-here?" Grand Canal ride to our hotel in the historic heart of this seductive city.

At night take an alleys-and-canals orientation stroll to St. Mark's Square. Later, your guide will organize an optional gondola ride for this romantic, uniquely Venetian experience. If the moon is out, it will hit your eye like a big pizza pie.

Overnight at Venice.


Seductive Venice

Morning go on a winding walking tour through Venice, blending historic and modern-day stories of this one-of-a-kind treasure, and giving us a local's perspective on Venice's fascinating past and its uncertain future.

The rest of your day is free to visit St. Mark's Basilica, the Doge's Palace, or the Titian- and Tintoretto-packed Accademia art gallery. Better yet, get lost (remember, it's an island) exploring the alleys, cruising the canals, and "crawling" the pubs.

Overnight at the hotel


Renaissance Florence

Leave for Florence in the morning and take the ground walking with a Renaissance tour of the city's historic center — learning how Brunelleschi's cathedral dome and Ghiberti's Baptistery doors helped define this world-changing era.

After some free time for lunch, visit the Accademia Gallery, where we'll marvel at works of sculptural genius Michelangelo's rough-hewn Prisoners and his greatest masterpiece, David.

Evening free for leisure enjoy walking in the streets of Florence.

Overnight in Florence


A Walk through Caesar's Rome

Morning leavefor Rome. After a quick lunch and a Roman transportation lesson, spend the rest of the afternoon uncovering Ancient Rome as a local guides will takes you through the monumental Colosseum, history-drenched Roman Forum, and the awe-inspiring Pantheon.

Tonight you may wish to celebrate la dolce vita Roman-style, with an after-dinner stroll through the floodlit heart of the city, lacing together the lively campos, classy piazzas, and splashy fountains.

Overnight in Rome


St. Peter's and the Vatican Museum

Today leave for VaticanCity visit the greatest church in Christendom, the awe-inspiring St. Peter's Basilica, home to Michelangelo's sublime Pietà. Then visit the sprawling Vatican Museum, where you'll see an endless collection of treasures as you make your way to one of the world's most famous works of art: Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel.

Half day you are free to explore the city on your own. Don't forget to taste some delicious gelato along the way!

Overnight at the hotel



Morning free time till departure, then transfer to the Airport. Ciao

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