Day 1: Paris | Evening City Sightseeing, Eiffel Tower

Your European holiday would begin with your arrival in the City of Lights – Paris. The iconic planned-city is celebrated for its art and culture, which is clearly visible through beautiful architecture, magnificent museums, many bridges, cathedrals and buildings. The city is unlike any other, the blend of old and new is charming in the City of love. On arrival you would be taken to the hotel for check -in, after which you would proceed to visit one of the most famous landmark in the world that is synonymous to Paris – the Eiffel Tower and enjoy a panoramic view of the city from its 2nd and topmost level. Built in 1889 and designed by the young engineer Gustave Eiffel, the tower stands 324 metres (1,063 ft.) tall; it is one of the most enduring symbols of France and the industrial age. Later, you would embark on an exploratory evening city sightseeing to witness the sights that capture Paris’s spirit. The places you would see are: Arc De Triomphe, Champs Elysees, National Assembly, Alexander Bridge, Concorde Square, Magdalene Church, Opera Garnier, Louvre Palace, Cite Island, French Academy, Orsay Museum, Church of the Invalides, Military Academy, Trocadero Square, Palais De Chaillot and the Notre Dame Cathedral. You would see the famous monuments and buildings of Paris. Following the sightseeing, enjoy a delectable Indian dinner and then a comfortable stay at the hotel.

Day 2: Paris (Optional Activities – Disney Land and Lido Show)

After a delectable breakfast, enjoy the day at leisure or set out for an adventurous and fun filled time at Disneyland Paris (additional cost), where you can enjoy many thrilling rides and fascinating shows. Meet your favourite cartoon characters and enjoy the jovial atmosphere with your whole family. The resort offers a plethora of attractions and theme parades from the wonderful world of Disney. Later in the evening, you have an opportunity to embark on an exceptional optional activity, the most famous night shows in the world called ‘Lido De Paris’ (additional cost). This is the place to enjoy life like a true Parisian, sipping a glass of champagne and enjoying the scintillating performances. You could purchase these activities at the time of booking this Holiday or on-ground during your holiday After a day of exciting sightseeing, relish a delectable Indian dinner and then set off to sleep.

Day 3: Paris – Brussles Excursion – Amsterdam

Following a hearty breakfast, you would leave France and head to Brussels – the capital of Belgium. In Brussels you would be taken on an orientation sightseeing, which would include sights such as the Grand Place and its famous guild houses, The City Museum, Town Hall, House of the Dukes of Brabant, Manneken Pis, Royal Palace, Royal Park, Palace of Justice and Museum of Fine Arts. Thereafter you would make a photo-stop at the Atomium. It was built for the 1958 World Fair and has since been symbolic to Brussels. Proceed to Amsterdam Schiphol. After a day of sightseeing, enjoy a sumptuous Indian dinner and a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 4: Amsterdam

Relish a delicious breakfast, as today you would set out to ex plore the various other offerings of the city. You would be experiencing Canal cruise in a glass-topped boat that offers unobstructed views of the beautiful city with its coloured buildings, flourishing trees and the site of numerous cyclists going in and about their day. The cruise also offers a Heineken experience. You would also head to a traditional village of Netherlands where a vibrant and stunning community flourishes. Picture wooden windmills, Dutch-styled barns, houses and glorious museums – these are some of the sights that greet you as you visit a typical Netherlands’ society. Later you would go to a wooden shoe factory to witness a demonstration in making of authentic Dutch wooden shoes, while learning about its traditions and history. These beautiful hand-made shoes are also available for purchase and come in various designs. For a visit between late March and

mid-May, you would go to see the Keukenhof Garden – the world’s largest Tulip garden. Open only between March and mid -May, it attracts over a million visitors in a mere eight weeks, who come to see the vibrant flowers (tulips, daffodils and many more) in full bloom. At the tulip garden you can feast your eyes on the never – ending sea of colourful flowers that are in bloom for a very short period. For a visit after mid-May, you would be taken to the Madurodam – a beautiful miniature model park of a typical Dutch town. The place is lovely and has on display many famous landmarks dialled down from their original size. Here you could pretend to be a giant and take quirky pictures next to the models and enjoy this unique attraction Later, savour a delectable Indian dinner and then enjoy a comfortable stay at the hotel. (Please note that the Keukenhof Garden is only open from late March to 20th May, and hence visits commencing post 20th May shall visit Madurodam in The Hague instead)

Day 5: Amsterdam – Berlin

After enjoying a scrumptious breakfast you would head towards Germany – a country in Western European with a landscape of forests, rivers, mountain ranges, North Sea beaches and a history that spans over 2 millennia. You would arrive in Berlin – the German capital famous for its ancient monuments that pay homage to its glittering past and the modern cafes, edgy graffiti and packed clubs that personify Germany’s art and nightlife scenes. You would reach the city by evening, after which you could spend the rest of the evening at your discretion. Savour a delicious Indian dinner and then enjoy a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 6: Berlin – Prague

After breakfast, you would proceed for orientation sightseeing of Berlin to experience Berlin’s past and present. Through this guided sightseeing you would see the Mitte district and the various landmarks belonging to the Prussian, Imperial, Nazi, Cold War and modern eras that provides a fascinating insight into the evolution of the capital. You would also get to see the iconic Berlin Wall, the rebuilt Reichstag, follow Unter den Linden to the Brandenburg Gate, see the Holocaust Memorial and hear the amazing stories of Cold
War Berlin at Checkpoint Charlie. After experiencing the grit and glamour in Germany you would be transferred to Prague, Czech Republic. En route, to the hottest and hippest emerging destination in Eastern Europe, enjoy the nature splendour and scenery. After arrival you have rest of the day at leisure to acquaint yourself with the spirit of Prague Later, enjoy a delectable Indian dinner and retire for the day.

Day 7: Prague

Prague, capital city of the Czech Republic has been nicknamed as “the City of a Hundred Spires”. After enjoying a delicious breakfast, you would be taken on an orientation sightseeing of Prague which includes viewing experience of the Astronomical Clock, C harles Bridge, St. Vitus Cathedral, Wenceslas Square, Jewish Quarter, Mala Strana, Old Town Square and some free time in Cent. Thereafter you would be taken to the famous Prague Castle – this historic monument which was built in the 9th century and along w ith being one largest medieval castle in Europe, it is also the official residence of the President of the Czech Republic. Later, you would be taken for a delicious Indian dinner, followed by a comfortable overnight stay

Day 8: Prague – Munich

After breakfast, you would leave Prague and will be driven to Munich. This capital of Bavaria is a beautiful city, often flocked by tourist for its street cafes, beer halls, highbrow art, ancient churches, centuries-old buildings and numerous museums. The city is al so famous for its annual Oktoberfest celebration. Here you would be taken for panoromic sightseeing which would include places such as: Marianplatz – the central square and throbbing cultural center of Munich, Hofbrahaus – a historic brewery house that has been a traditional part of German history and has had a very strong influence on German culture. You would also see the Neues Rathaus
– the town hall of Munich and Glockenspiel – the clock tower which chimes once a day and re-enacts two stories from the 16th century. You would also get to explore the St. Peters Church – the oldest church in the city and the BMW Museum where you would discover the fascinating information about the company, brand and product history. It also features a captivating display of BMWs most valuable

and attractive automobiles, motorcycles and engines on a surface area of 5000 sq.m. After a wonderful sightseeing experience of Munich, proceed for an Indian dinner and then enjoy a comfortable overnight stay.

Day 9: Munich – Zurich

After breakfast, you would continue your journey to Switzerland, which is a landlocked country in the cultural and geographical centre of Europe. It is also renowned for its snowbound Alps, lush green meadows and fresh water lakes. Today, you would be taken to Schaffhausen to witness the grandeur of the magnificent Rhine Falls – one of the largest waterfalls of Europe. You would also proceed to Zurich for an orientation sightseeing which includes sights such as Bahnhofstrasse, the Gross Munster, the Frau Mun ster, the Rathaus and St. Peters Church. The clock face of St. Peters Church, with a diameter of 8.7 metres (28 feet), is the largest in all of Europe. Later enjoy an Indian dinner and a comfortable overnight stay.

Day 10: Zurich (Optional Sightseeing – Mount Titlis with Lucerne Orientation Excursion)

On this day, following a scrumptious breakfast, you could enjoy the morning at leisure and soak in the beauty of Switzerland or go for an adventurous journey to Mt. Titlis (additional cost). You would take a n unforgettable ride to the top of the mountain in cable -cars, as you witness the scenery change from green meadows and scenic lakes to snow clad mountains. The last leg of the ride is on the worlds first revolving cable car – Rotair. Once atop Mt. Titlis, you would be greeted by the breathtaking views of the Alps from either the sun terrace or the famous ‘south face window’ of the mountain. If the weather permits, you could also enjoy the thrilling ride on the famous Ice Flyer along with the snow park. You could purchase this activity at the time of booking this Holiday or on-ground during your holiday You would also proceed for an orientation excursion of Lucerne, a beautiful city located at the northern tip of Lake Lucerne, stroll along the banks of Lake Lucerne to experience attractions like the Kapellbrucke – the traditional wooden bridge of Lucerne also known as The Chapel Bridge. Then you can spend some free time shopping for Swiss watches, jewellery and souvenirs. After a tiring yet exciting day, relish a sumptuous Indian dinner and then set off to sleep

Day 11: Departure

After a hearty breakfast at the hotel, it is time to bid adieu to Europe as you head to the airport o for your flight back home, armed with an enriching experience and memories to l ast a lifetime.

  • Duration: 10 Nights 11 Days
  • Destination Covered: Paris 2N - Amsterdam 2N - Berlin 1N - Prague 2N - Munich 1N - Zurich 2N
  • Indian dinner and then a comfortable stay at the hotel

  • Days Place Duration:
  • Day 01 Paris | Evening City Sightseeing, Eiffel Tower
  • Day 02 Paris
  • Day 03 Paris - Brussles Excursion - Amsterdam
  • Day 04 Amsterdam
  • Day 05 Amsterdam - Berlin
  • Day 06 Berlin - Prague
  • Day 07 Prague
  • Day 08 Prague - Munich
  • Day 09 Munich - Zurich
  • Day 10 Zurich
  • Day 11 Departure