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Europe Highlight 17 Days

Departure Date (Thursday)


Single Supplement







4/5, 19, 26




5/3, 10, 17, 24, 31




6/7, 14, 21, 28




7/5, 12, 19, 26




8/2, 9, 16, 23, 30




9/6, 13, 20, 27




10/11, 25




· For departure from cities of Eastern Standard Time Zone, U.S. Domestic air fare reductions: $100

· Child fare is for children under 11 and do not ask for a third bed in the same room with parents.

· All prices and hotel accommodations are subject to change without notice

Day 1 USA to London, England

Depart from USA on an overnight flight to London.

Day 2 London

The day will begin with a tour to the ancient town of Windsor. The Windsor Castle is one of the oldest royal residences in the world and the weekend home of Queen Elizabeth. After lunch, a quick drive will take us to London. Our visit includes the Tower of London for a view of the Crown Jewels, followed by a panoramic tour that takes in all the famous sights: the Parliament Building, the Big Ben, the Trafalgar Square, the Piccadilly Circus, the Tower Bridge, and a photo stop in front of Buckingham Palace.

Day 3 London to Brussels, Belgium to Amsterdam, Netherlands

From London, you will board the comfortable Eurostar Train, which will take you to Brussels. You will have an opportunity to visit the Grand Palace, the Flamboyant City Hall, the Guild Houses of the once powerful merchant unions, and the legendary Mannenkin-Pis Statue, they symbol of Brussels. Then, a relaxing drive will take you to Amsterdam, the renowned Venice of the North. Later, a canal cruise will give you an intimate view of the city.

Day 4 Amsterdam to Cologne, Germany to Frankfurt

The day will begin with a visit to a diamond cutting and polishing factory. Here, you will have an opportunity to watch as diamonds are cut and polished. Then, we proceed to the city of Cologne for a short visit of the most important cathedral in Germany, the Dom. Both the city and the Dom suffered heavy damages during WWII. After the war, new buildings sprung up replacing those that were bombed, but the Dom was repaired according to its original design. Later that day, you will take a cruise on the Rhine River, passing vineyards, castles, and picturesque riverside towns.

Day 5 Frankfurt to Lake Titisee to Rhine Falls to Lucerne, Switzerland

The tour will begin with a visit to one of the most romantic sites in Germany, the Heidelberg Castle. You will then have lunch at Lake Titisee in the Black Forest Region. You will also have an opportunity at this time to do some shopping or just browsing around. The next stop will be at Rhine Falls, the largest waterfall in Central Europe, where you can take pictures of the beautiful scenery. Lastly, you will travel to the city of Lucerne in Switzerland.

Day 6 Lucerne

In Lucerne, the day will begin with a cable car ride to the top of Mount Titilis for a fantastic bird’s eye view of the surrounding snow covered peaks. After this, the rest of the day is open to you for shopping and relaxing.

Day 7 Lucerne to Liechtenstein to Innsbruck, Austria to Salzburg

From Lucerne, a tour guide will take you to Liechtenstein. This city is heaven to stamp collectors. The tour will continue to the scenic Innsbruck for a quick visit of the ski jump of the 1964 and 1976 Olympics and Holy Roman Emperor Maxmillians’s Golden Roof in the Old Town. There will also be free time to shop for the famous Austrian crystal. You will then stay overnight in Salzburg.

Day 8 Salzburg to Vienna

You will enjoy a leisure morning in Salzburg’s Old Town. Then, the tour will continue on to visit Mozart’s Birth Place, Mirabell Garden, or shop for some Austrian specialties. At the end of the day, you will stay overnight in Vienna.

Day 9 Vienna to Graz

The city tour includes the Schonbrun Palace and its gardens. This is the royal residence of the Hapsburg Ruler for generations. Then, the tour will make a stop at the Belvedere Garden, a great place for taking pictures. You will then enjoy a nice drive pass the Vienna Opera House, the Ringstrasse, the Parliament Building, the Hofburg, and the City Hall. Time will then be set aside for lunch and shopping. If you want, you may also visit St. Stephen’s Church. In the late afternoon, you will travel to the city of Graz for an overnight stay.

Day 10 Graz to Venice, Italy

Today, you will visit perhaps the most enchanting city in Italy, Venice. Some sites you will be visiting will include the St. mark’s Basilica, the Magical Piazza St. Marco, the Bridge of Sighs, and the outside of Dodge’s Palace. If time permits, you will have an opportunity to take an unforgettable “gondola” ride to see the Grand Canal from the best vantage point.

Day 11 Venice to Florence to Rome (Breakfast and Lunch will be provided)

Florence is a city built by many geniuses and the birth place of the Italian Renaissance. Other attractions you will visit includes the Duomo, the Bronze Doors of the Baptistry, the 13th century Santa Croce Church, and the Signoria Square. Later, you will have a chance to shop in one of the major leather factory outlet stores for souvenirs. Then, you will travel to Rome, the Eternal City.

Day 12 Rome to Lucca (Breakfast and Lunch will be provided)

Rome is over 2700 years old but the city is full of life. The Roman city tour visits the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, the Constantine’s Triumphal Arch, St. Peter’s Square, and St. Peter’s Basilica. You will stay overnight in Lucca.

Day 13 Lucca to Pisa to Monaco to Nice, France

From Lucca, you will travel to Pisa where the famous Tower of Pisa stands. The Italians once had the idea of straightening the tower to save it from collapsing but will it still be so amazing and interesting if it weren’t leaning? After visiting the Tower of Pisa, you will take a leisure drive along the stunning Italian Riviera. You will arrive at the Monte Carlo Casino in Monaco where you can try your luck at one of the slot machines. You will stay overnight in the city of Nice in France.

Day 14 Nice to Lyon

The city, Nice, was founded by the Greeks. The Greeks named this city after the goddess of victory. Today, Nice is a prosperous city with a thriving high-tech industry. It is also one of the most popular summer vacation spots on the French Riviera. In the morning, we proceed to Lyon through the picturesque Rhone Valley. Lyon once built its wealth on banking, silk weaving, and publishing. Now, it is one of France’s major industrial cities. You will stay overnight in Lyon.

Day 15 Lyon to Paris

From the city of Lyon, your tour guide will take you to Paris. After your arrival in Paris, you will have some leisure time to rest or to shop at the famous Lafayette Department Store or a duty free store. If shopping is not right for you, there are also outdoor cafes where you can enjoy a nice cup of coffee. In the evening, you may take an optional night tour of the city. The night tour of the city will include a cruise on the Seine River and a panoramic night view of the city.

Day 16 Paris

On the last day of the tour, you will have an opportunity to visit the Louvre Museum, the Versailles Palace, and the Eiffel Tower. Other sites include the Notre Dame Cathedral, the Place De La Concord, the Champs Elysees, the Arc De Triomphe, and the Invalides.

Day 17 Paris to USA

Depart from London on an overnight flight to USA.



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