12N/13D
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3 Star Accomondation

Transfers

Continental Meal

Popular Sightseeing

Though we have below inclusions in the package but we are always ready to customize it however you want:

  • Return Economy class airfare with taxes
  • 12 nights Hotel accommodation
  • Schengen Visa
  • Continental buffet breakfast
  • Guided tours attractions, sightseeing and with entrance fees as per the itinerary
  • All transfers by deluxe coach as mentioned in the itinerary

As we all know, Europe is a continent located entirely in the Northern Hemisphere and mostly in the Eastern Hemisphere. It is bordered by the Arctic Ocean to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the west and the Mediterranean Sea to the south. It comprises the westernmost part of Eurasia. The climate of Europe varies from subtropical to polar. The Mediterranean climate of the south is dry and warm. The western and northwestern parts have a mild, generally humid climate, influenced by the North Atlantic Drift. In central and eastern Europe the climate is of the humid continental-type with cool summers.
Just so you now, when planning your next trip to Europe, being a promoter of safe tourism, Optimus Trips help you to know all the crucial information about the country like the best time to visit, what to carry, moving around, cultural etiquettes, and emergencies contact numbers. We at Optimus Trips will assist you to make your holiday as gratifying as it can be.


Day 1: Arrival in Netherlands

Welcome to Amsterdam. Upon your arrival, meet our experienced Tour Manager at the arrival hall. Head for a canal cruise in Amsterdam. Whether you go for storybook canals or laid-back coffeehouses, the Flower Market's springtime blooms or the Van Gogh Museum's sunflowers, Amsterdam will in its inimitable style-captivate you. Friendly, open-minded and easygoing, the Amsterdammers flaunt their quirky creativity in Jordan’s boutiques and welcome all like long-lost friends in canal side cafés.
This is the city of Golden Age art and picturesque canals, legal reefers and red lights, grand merchant houses and a million bicycle bells. Just remember to always stop and smell the roses like the locals. Later enjoy a hot and sumptuous Indian dinner at an Indian restaurant and spend overnight at your hotel in Netherlands.

Day 2: Netherlands

Enjoy continental breakfast in the Hotel. Proceed to visit the famous Keukenhof Tulip Gardens (between March and May) or the miniature city of Madurodam (after May) - a world famous miniature city. It is a must-see place to get familiarized with all the surprising features Netherlands has to offer. Later enjoy a hot and sumptuous Indian dinner at an Indian restaurant and spend overnight at your hotel in Netherlands.

Day 3: Paris

After a continental breakfast, depart on your onward journey to Brussels, capital of Belgium. Upon arrival in Brussels, take a photo-stop at Manneken Pis Statue. This is followed by an orientation tour of Brussels city where you visit the world renowned Grand Place, Town Hall, Guild Houses, Serclaes Monument and thereafter, photo-stop at the Atomium at 335 feet tall structure representing the concept of an iron molecule enlarged 165 billion times.
Continue on your journey to reach Paris. Proceed to the restaurant for your Indian dinner and then check in to the hotel for an overnight stay in Paris.

Day 4: Paris

After a continental breakfast, proceed for a guided orientation city tour of Paris which includes Arc De Triomphe, Concorde Square, The Invalids, The Opera Garnier and the Champs Elysees. Proceed to the Eiffel Tower and come face to face with Paris’ biggest landmark, the Eiffel Tower. This is without doubt one of the most recognizable structures in the world. Weighing 7,000 tons, but exerting about the same pressure on the ground as an average-size person sitting in a chair, the wrought iron tower wasn’t meant to be permanent.
Gustave - Alexandre, the French Engineer whose fame rested mainly on his iron bridges, built it for the 1889 Universal Exhibition (Eiffel also designed the frame work for the Statue of Liberty). You can climb up to the 2nd level of the tower which offers a stunning view of the city. In the evening you take the cruise on River Seine.
Later enjoy a hot and sumptuous Indian dinner at an Indian restaurant. We now suggest a grand evening in Paris that includes the world famous Lido Show followed by an Illumination tour of Paris. See the famous landmarks of Paris-the city of lights, magically lit up and end this beautiful evening.

Day 5: Paris

Enjoy Breakfast in the Hotel. You can spend the day free at Leisure. We recommend to spend an unforgettable time of your life meeting all the well known and loved Disney characters to experience the thrill of the rides at Disneyland Paris.
Embark on a truly magical adventure, where all classic attractions and colourful shows bring limitless imagination to life. The streets are filled with wonder as beloved Disney characters glide past whist singing and dancing in the parade.
Proceed for dinner at an Indian restaurant and then check in to the hotel for overnight stay.

Day 6 : Switzerland

After enjoying sumptuous breakfast, transfer towards Switzerland. Enroute enjoy a short break in the French countryside.
In the evening enjoy dinner at an Indian restaurant and overnight stay would be at a hotel in Zurich / Lucerne / Engelberg area.

Day 7: Switzerland

After a continental breakfast, the rest of the day is at leisure. You can spend the day in the comforts of the hotel or explore the area with our optional excursion to Jungfraujoch. Located at an altitude of 3,453m, it is the highest railway station in Europe and is commonly referred to as the ‘Top of Europe’.
Here Switzerland’s most breathtaking scenery awaits you, which can only be reached through a 7.3 km long cog railway tunnel.
Capture some memorable experiences in Ice Palace, the Ice Plateau. One of the highlights of the day is the Indian lunch at the famous Bollywood Restaurant after which you shall proceed to Interlaken.
This resort town is situated between the lakes of Thun and Brienz in the heart of the Swiss Alps and is a very popular shooting spot for Bollywood movies. Enjoy an Indian dinner at an Indian restaurant and return to you hotel in Zurich / Lucerne / Interlaken area for overnight stay.

Day 8: Switzerland

After a continental breakfast at the hotel, proceed on an excursion to Mt. Titlis, the highest glacier destination and the biggest ski and snowboard paradise in central Switzerland. To get to Mt. Titlis, you need to pass through a series of two different cable cars. The last leg of the journey involves the world’s first rotating cable car called the Titlis Rotair.
At Mt. Titlis, you have free time to play and enjoy in the snow, visit the Ice Grotto or just relax at the restaurant. On the terrace on top of Mt. Titlis summit station, if weather permits, you could take an unforgettable ride on the Ice-Flyer, an enclosed ski lift that travels a few meters down the Titlis glacier. The visit is topped off by a delicious Indian lunch at the summit. Next, we have kept the best for the last. Visit the 100-metre long, highest suspension bridge in Europe situated at more than 3,000 meters above sea level.
After this proceed for an orientation tour of Lucerne. You will see the Lion Monument, Lowendenkmal, hewn from a limestone cliff to commemorate the bravery and loyalty of Swiss Guards. You may also take a stroll across the Kappelbruke, the world’s oldest covered wooden bridge, originally built in 1333 over the River Reuss. Enjoy an Indian dinner at an Indian restaurant and return to you hotel in Zurich/ Lucerne/Interlaken area for overnight stay.

Day 9: Innsbruck

You will end your stay in Switzerland with a hearty breakfast, checking-out of the hotel and proceeding to Vaduz. Vaduz is the capital of Liechtenstein, located on the banks of the River Rhine. Most of the buildings in this small town are built in modern style, owing to the region's prosperity after WWII. The town is famous for its street cafes and the historical castle.
Later, proceed to Innsbruck in Austria. The town has many historical buildings and monuments, parks, churches and museums that make it popular among visitors. Among the attractions you visit here is the Goldenes Dachl. Completed in 1500, 2738 gilded copper-tiles were placed on its roof to mark the wedding of Emperor Maximilian I to Bianca Maria Sforza.
The sculptures and reliefs of this building depict various instances from the King's life and the society of that time. After this, you will see the 17th century fountain, with a statue on the pedestal, depicting King Leopold V, seated on the horse. From here you will be taken to Saint Anne's Column, in the heart of the city and then the Triumph Forte, also known as Innsbruck Arch of Celebration. The final attraction that you will visit here is the Heiblinghaus, a building that combines the Gothic and Baroque architectural styles.
Later, proceed for an Indian dinner and then check-in to your hotel in Innsbruck to spend the night.

Day 10: Padova

You start your day with a delicious breakfast and then check-out of the hotel. You then proceed to Wattens. Here, you visit the splendid Swarovski Crystal Worlds, a museum housing exhibitions of crystal objects.
You then proceed towards Padova. Padova, in northeast Italy, is one of the most romantic cities in the world. About 118 small islands are separated by canals and are linked together by bridges. The architectural style of most buildings here is a combination of Gothic, Byzantine and Ottoman styles. It is a famous location for motion pictures from around the world.
Upon arrival, you will go to Padova for an Indian dinner. After the dinner, you will check-in to your hotel and retire for the night.

Day 11: Florence

After enjoying continental breakfast in the Hotel, you will go on a tour of the city, first driving over the Bridge of Liberty connecting the Italian mainland with the city. Then, you reach Saint Mark's Square via a water taxi on the Giudecca Canal.
After your Venetian experience, proceed towards Florence. Enroute visit Maranello, the home of the legendary sports car maker, Ferarri. Visit the famous Ferrari Museum, which attracts more than 2, 40,000 visitors annually. The Museum is divided into themed areas designed to fulfill the expectations of enthusiasts of all kinds, from motor racing fans to expert historic car enthusiasts and even those who admire the Prancing Horse as an icon of Italian design exclusivity and technology. Continue journey to Florence. Arrival in Florence, the birthplace of the Renaissance. It has Roman origins going back to BC 80 and was originally designed as an army camp. Its innumerable historical buildings, museums and churches, with their architectural styles from the Romanesque to the modern age, attract a large number of visitors.
After a walking tour of the city, go to the Piazzale Michaelangelo square, built on top of a hill. From here, you will get a panoramic view of the city and the surrounding region. After having an Indian dinner, you will be taken to your hotel in Florence and after check-in you will end your day.

Day 12: Rome

Early in the morning, after a Continental breakfast, begin your journey to Pisa on the mouth of River Arno. This Tuscany city has many museums, town squares and churches, built in the Romanesque style.
Tuscany city has many museums, town squares and churches, built in the Romanesque style. On arrival, you proceed to the walled enclosure of Piazza dei Miracoli. The most prominent building in this area is the Duomo Cathedral, built with grey marble and white coloured stone. On the four galleries, above the bronze door, are statues of Madonna and the Four Evangelists.
Right next to the cathedral is the iconic Leaning Tower, making an angle of 3.97 degrees from the ground. Later, proceed to Rome. Rome, the Italian capital was, according to legends, founded on April 21st, 731 BC on the banks of the Tiber River by Romulus, who killed his brother Remus, after an argument.
Right next to the cathedral is the iconic Leaning Tower, making an angle of 3.97 degrees from the ground. Later, proceed to Rome. Rome, the Italian capital was, according to legends, founded on April 21st, 731 BC on the banks of the Tiber River by Romulus, who killed his brother Remus, after an argument.
Upon arrival, enjoy Indian dinner. You will then be taken to your hotel in Rome for comfortable overnight stay.

Day 13: Departure

After a Continental breakfast, you will check-out of the hotel and begin your orientation tour at Vatican City. Vatican City, though within Rome, is an independent country, which is the smallest in the world. Here, you will visit the enormous St. Peter's Basilica, a late Renaissance church. It is built in a combination of Renaissance and Baroque styles and was designed by numerous well-known artists including Michaelangelo, the legendary artist.
From here, you will be taken to the Sistine Chapel, inside the Apostolic Palace. The latter serves as the official residence of the Pope, the head of the Roman Catholic Church. Its outer walls and interiors are decorated with frescos, depicting various scenes from the Bible.
Then return to Rome to visit the famous open space of Piazza Venezia. Between Piazza Venezia and the Capitoline Hill is the gigantic Altare della Patria or the Victor Emmanuel II Monument. It has a tomb, dedicated to the unknown soldiers of WWI.
You then take a trip through the history of Rome, as you walk past the Roman and Imperial Forums that are squares surrounded by ruins of historical buildings. From here, you visit the famous Trevi Fountain, built in 1762. The statues on its facade depict the finding of a water-source by Roman technicians, led by a virgin girl in BC 19. Hordes of coins are thrown into it by visitors who believe that by doing so their wishes will come true. After exploring the city, proceed to board your flight back home from the Flumicino airport.
Hope you are carrying back happy memories and have done some shopping while on tour.

  • Return Economy class airfare with taxes
  • 12 nights Hotel accommodation
  • Schengen Visa
  • Continental buffet breakfast
  • Guided tours attractions, sightseeing and with entrance fees as per the itinerary
  • All transfers by deluxe coach as mentioned in the itinerary
  • 5% Goods & Service Tax is applicable on total invoice.
  • Any meals not mentioned above.
  • Expenses of personal nature like mini bar in the room, laundry,
  • Telephone bills, tips, gratuities, porterage etc.
  • Cost of any optional tours and foreign exchange for personal expenses.
  • Cost of any other services not specifically mentioned in inclusions.
  • Cost of extension or deviation of air ticket as per actual at the time of ticketing.
  • Events or Trade Fair surcharges might be applicable on specific departure dates.
  • Any increase in the rate of exchange leading to an increase in surface transportation and land arrangements, which may come into effect prior to departure.
  • The tour price is subject to increase without notice if this rate changes substantially prior to the departure of your tour.
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