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CODE - EU034
Price
1,30,000 /-$ per person
Duration
13 Days
Destination
More than 1
Travellers
+2
  • Inclusions/Exclusions
  • Itinerary
  • Hotels
  • Destination Overview

What's included

Destination
Italy , Paris , Switzerland Discover Destinations
Price includes
  • 1 International SIM with UNLIMITED DATA
  • 1 Night Stay in Florence with Breakfast.
  • 2 Nights stay in Rome with Breakfast.
  • 2 Nights Stay in Venice with Breakfast
  • 2 Nights Stay in Zurich with Breakfast.
  • 24-HOUR ASSISTANCE HELPLINE All clients are provided with a 24-hour contact telephone number for assistance
  • 3 Nights stay in Paris with Breakfast.
  • 30 minutes beautiful Gondola ride in Venice.
  • 4 Days Swiss Pass for unlimited travel within Switzerland.
  • Daily Breakfast
  • GST included.
  • Hotel Accommodation as mentioned.
  • Island tour in Venice in motorboat.
  • Lake Lucerne cruise
  • Mt. Titlis Experience.
  • One Day tour of Vatican and Colosseum in Rome with skip the line tickets.
  • Seine river cruise and Eiffel tower 2nd level with City Tour in Hop on hop off bus for 3 days plus Louvre priority access pass.
  • Sightseeing + Tickets
  • Tour to Leaning tower of Pisa.
  • Travel Insurance
  • Visa arrangements
Price does not include
  • Any items of personal nature viz. telephone, beverages, laundry, Tips gratuities etc.
  • Any kind of drinks (alcohol, Mineral, aerated, bed tea on tour or any other snack while waiting at airport or waiting for jetty)
  • Any other services not mentioned in the inclusions or in the itinerary
  • Dinner
  • Lunch
  • Return Airfare

Hotel Regio

Housed in an elegant 19th century building in the heart of Rome, Hotel Regio offers its guests refined settings and services catering to both tourists and business travellers. Outside the entrance to this hotel guests are greeted by two stone lions, bearing witness to the authenticity of the historical building and its renovation. The hall and lounge areas are lit up by majestic crystal chandeliers, while comfortable couches give guests the chance to relax or have informal business meetings. Here guests can have a snack and a drink using the automatic dispensers. The hotel is located strategically, just 6 minutes’ walk from Roma Termini railway station and 500 metres from Piazza della Repubblica. Hotel Regio offers its guests all the comforts needed to enjoy their stay in Rome, meeting the needs of couples travelling for pleasure, young tourists, lovers of shopping or business travellers.

 

La Corte dei Principi

In the heart of Florence, in a palazzo of 1800 is Residenza D’epoca La Corte Dei Principi. In a unique environment in the world, walking distance from central station and from the most characteristic monuments of the city, offers its guests rooms with all comforts: tv, air conditioning, soft drinks and water, we also have the dependance, always rooms with private bathrooms, quiet rooms, in our residence. The court applied the principles, as the law of the town of Florence, according to the hotel facilities, there is a tourist tax per person, excluding from the living room, of € 4.5 per person up to 7 days, children under 12 years of age are free.

 

 

Agli Artisti Hotel

Book your room in a quiet ‘Calle’ of Venice placed only 100 meters from the railway station! You can reach the most important tourist attractions by feet, and you are in the middle of the city life too! Our hotel is a very intersting place to stay, since it gives the tourist the opportunity to visit the most beautiful city of the world without spendind a huge amount of money. Indeed our interest is to sell as more as we can by imposing fees which are competitive if compared to those of other venice Hotels. Our room are well furnished, they supply air conditioning, tv, telephone, restroom with shower or bath (private bathroom inside or ourside, or sharing bathroom on the floor) and hairdryer, balcony. They are distributed on four floors (without lift at the moment).

 

 

 

Royal Hotel Zurich

70 air-conditioned, cozy and compact budget rooms at reasonable rates. •LAN high-speed and WLAN Internet Connection (at a fee), in room air conditioner, direct-dial phones, safe deposit box and cable-TV (12 languages).. complimentary Wireless LAN in public aereas• Superb Champagne-breakfast-buffet.Starting 06:15 a.m.• complimentrary Internet Corner.. Smoker lounge • «Early bird breakfast».• Hotel Airport Shuttle (against a fee).• Complimentary tea and coffee bar with international newspapers.•Panorama-roo with a view to mount Uetliberg.

 

 

 

Drei Konige

The Garni Hotel Drei Koenige is situated in the heart of Lucerne and offers comfortable and spacious rooms with all the amenities of a three star hotel. The quiet location as well as the uniqueness of the art nouveau building makes your stay to a special experience. Many sightseeing places, the train station and the old town are close by. The hotel is by foot and by car easy to reach. Parking spaces are near by. Besides, for the best start into the day a rich breakfast buffet is expecting you.

 

 

 

 

Hotel Lyon Bastille

The Lyon Bastille is a 3-star hotel located in the heart of Paris, 150 m from the Gare de Lyon, near the new Opera Bastille.

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  • Day 13
Day 1

Sightseeing at Rome

Rome in One Day- Vatican and Colosseum – Skip the Line Ticket

Day 2

Sightseeing at Florence

Tour to Pisa through Tuscan countryside (13:30 onwards)

Day 3

Sightseeing at Venice

Classic 30 minutes Gondola Ride (17:00 onwards)

Day 4

Sightseeing at Venice

Tour to the Islands of Murano, Burano and Torcello through motarboat (14:30 onwards)

Day 5

Sightseeing at Zurich

Excursion to Rhine Falls

Day 6

Sightseeing at Zurich

Excursion to Mt. Rigi with Swiss Pass

Day 7

Sightseeing at Lucrene

Lake Lucerne Cruise

Day 8

Sightseeing at Lucrene

Excursion to Mt. Titlis with ICE FLYER, CLIFF WALKING and TITLIS GLACIER CAVE (TICKET INCLUDED)

Day 9

Sightseeing at Paris

Paris Big Bus Hop on Hop (DELUXE TICKET ) with 1 Hour Seine River Cruise

Day 10

Sightseeing at Paris

Paris Big Bus Hop on Hop (DELUXE TICKET ) with 1 Hour Seine River Cruise

Day 11

Sightseeing at Paris

Paris Big Bus Hop on Hop (DELUXE TICKET ) with 1 Hour Seine River Cruise

Day 12

Sightseeing at Paris

Eiffel Tower Evening Tour – Skip the line Ticket (TICKET INCLUDED – 2 ND LEVEL)

Day 13

Sightseeing at Paris

Louvre Priority Access Pass

More about this tour

 

Cultural Riches

Epicentre of the Roman Empire and birthplace of the Renaissance, this European virtuoso groans under the weight of its cultural cachet: it's here that you'll stand in the presence of Michelangelo's David and Sistine Chapel frescoes, Botticelli's Birth of Venus and Primavera and da Vinci's The Last Supper. In fact, Italy has more Unesco World Heritage cultural sites than any other country on Earth. Should you walk in the footsteps of ancient Romans in Pompeii, revel in Ravenna's glittering Byzantine treasures or get breathless over Giotto's revolutionary frescoes in Padua? It's a cultural conundrum as thrilling as it is overwhelming.

Inimitable Style

In few places do art and life intermingle so effortlessly. This may be the land of Dante, Titian and Verdi, but it's also the home of Prada, Massimo Bottura and Renzo Piano. Beauty, style and flair furnish every aspect of daily life, from those immaculately knotted ties and seamless espressos to the flirtatious smiles of striking strangers. The root of Italian psychology is a dedication to living life well, and effortless as it may seem, driving that dedication is a reverence for the finer things. So slow down, style up and indulge in a little vita all'italiana (life, Italian style).

Endless Feasts

It might look like a boot, but food-obsessed Italy feels more like a decadently stuffed Christmas stocking. From delicate tagliatelle al ragù (pasta ribbons in a meat-based sauce) to velvety cannoli (crisp pastry shells filled with sweet ricotta), every bite can feel like a revelation. The secret: superlative ingredients and finely tuned know-how. And while Italy's culinary soul might prefer simplicity, it's equally ingenious and sophisticated. Expect some of the world's top fine-dining destinations, from San Pellegrino 'World's Best 50' hot spots to Michelin-starred musts. So whether you're on a degustation odyssey in Modena, truffle hunting in Piedmont or swilling powerhouse reds in the Valpolicella wine region, prepare to loosen that belt.

Spectacular Landscapes

Italy's fortes extend beyond its galleries, wardrobes and dining rooms. The country is one of nature's masterpieces, with extraordinary natural diversity matched by few. From the north's icy Alps and glacial lakes to the south's fiery craters and turquoise grottoes, this is a place for doing as well as seeing. One day you're tearing down Courmayeur's powdery slopes, the next you could be galloping across the marshes of the Maremma, or diving in coral-studded Campanian waters. Not bad for a country not much bigger than Arizona.

Great Outdoors

Switzerland's ravishing landscapes demand immediate action – grab boots, leap on board, toot bike bell and let spirits rip. Skiing and snowboarding in Graubünden, Bernese Oberland and Central Switzerland are winter choices. When pastures turn green, hiking and biking trails abound in glacier-encrusted mountain areas and lower down along lost valleys, glittering lake shores and pea-green vineyards. View the grandeur from a hot-air balloon or parachute, or afloat a white-water raft. Then there's those must-do-before-death experiences like encountering Eiger's chiselled north face up close or reaching crevassed ice on Jungfraujoch. Most extraordinary of all, you don’t need to be a mountaineer to do it.

Urban Edge

The perfect antidote to rural beauty is Switzerland's urban edge: capital Bern with its medieval old town and world-class modern art, deeply Germanic Basel and its bold architecture, chic Geneva astraddle Europe’s largest lake, party-loving Lausanne, tycoon magnet Zug and uber-cool Zürich with its riverside bars, reborn industrial west district and atypical street grit. Castles and craft beer, gigs and new-wave restaurants – you’ll find the lot in Swiss cities. And never has the urban been so close to the outdoors: within minutes you can reach nearby peaks, chill at waterfront bars with Alpine views, or enjoy invigorating swims in the Rhine, Aare and Limmat.

Alpine Tradition

Variety is the spice of rural life in this rich, earthy land where Alpine tradition is rooted in the agricultural calendar and soaring mountains are a dime a dozen. Travels are mapped by villages with timber granaries built on stilts to keep the rats out and chalet farmsteads brightened with red geranium blossoms. Ancient markets, folkloric fairs, flag waving and alp-horn concerts engrave the passing of seasons in every soul. And then there's the food: a hearty and flavoursome gastronomic celebration of gooey cheese desperate to be dipped in, along with velvety chocolate, autumnal game and air-dried meats.

Avant-Garde Culture

Ever innovative, the Swiss have always embraced the new and the experimental. Capturing the zeitgeist up and down the country are cultural venues, attention-grabbing architecture and avant-garde galleries. Bern's wavy Zentrum Paul Klee bearing architect Renzo Piano’s hallmark, Basel's Frank Gehry–designed Vitra Design Museum and astounding Fondation Beyeler, Lugano's Mario Botta–splashed centre and state-of-the-art MASI gallery, and Geneva's thought-provoking Musée d’Art Moderne et Contemporain in a revamped 1950s factory are just the tip of the cultural iceberg. Even in back-of-beyond corners of the Alps you'll encounter unexpected nods to modern aesthetics, contemporary art and fresh-faced design.

Iconic Architecture

The cloud-piercing, wrought-iron Eiffel Tower, broad Arc de Triomphe guarding the glamorous avenue des Champs-Élysées, flying buttressed Notre Dame cathedral, lamplit bridges spanning the Seine and art nouveau cafes' wicker-chair-lined terraces are enduring Parisian emblems. Despite initial appearances, however, Paris’ cityscape isn’t static: there are some stunning modern and contemporary icons, too, from the inside-out, industrial-style Centre Pompidou to the mur végétal (vertical garden) gracing the Musée du Quai Branly, the glass sails of the Fondation Louis Vuitton contemporary-art centre, and the gleaming steel egg-shaped concert venue La Seine Musicale.

Glorious Food

France’s reputation for its cuisine (the French word for ‘kitchen’) precedes it, and whether you seek a cosy neighbourhood bistro or a triple-Michelin-starred temple to gastronomy, you'll find that every establishment prides itself on exquisite preparation and presentation of quality produce, invariably served with wine. Enticing patisseries, boulangeries (bakeries), fromageries (cheese shops) and crowded, colourful street markets are perfect for putting together a picnic to take to the city’s beautiful parks and gardens. A host of culinary courses – held anywhere from home kitchens to the world’s most prestigious cookery schools – offers instruction for all schedules, abilities and budgets.

Stylish Shopping

The word 'Parisian' is synonymous with style, and fashion shopping is the city’s forte. Paris remains at the forefront of international trends, and browsing emerging and established designer boutiques and flagship haute couture houses is a quintessential part of any visit. You’ll also find hip concept and homewares shops, and resplendent art nouveau department stores, along with a trove of vintage shops and flea markets, atmospheric bookshops and dark-green bouquiniste stalls stocking secondhand titles along the riverbanks, adorable children’s wear and toy shops, art and antique dealers, venerable establishments selling professional cookware, and, of course, gourmet-food and wine shops galore.

Artistic Treasures

With an illustrious artistic pedigree – Renoir, Rodin, Picasso, Monet, Manet, Dalí and Van Gogh are but a few of the masters who have lived and worked here over the years – Paris is one of the world's great art repositories, harbouring treasures from antiquity onwards. In addition to big hitters like the incomparable Louvre, the Musée d’Orsay’s exceptional impressionist collection, and the Centre Pompidou’s cache of modern and contemporary art, scores of smaller museums showcase every imaginable genre, a diverse range of venues mount major exhibitions through to offbeat installations, and there's also the city's vibrant street art.

 

 

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