Exploring the Best of Europe

13 Days

Overview

 

  1. Geography: Europe is the second smallest continent in the world by land area, but it has a diverse landscape. It includes the vast plains of Eastern Europe, the rugged mountains of the Alps and Pyrenees, the Scandinavian fjords, and the Mediterranean coastline.
  2. Countries: Europe is home to around 50 countries, including some of the world’s oldest and most influential nations such as France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Italy, and Spain. Additionally, there are smaller countries like Luxembourg, Liechtenstein, and Andorra.
  3. European Union (EU): The European Union is a political and economic union of 27 member states located primarily in Europe. It has its own currency (Euro) and governing bodies, including the European Parliament and European Commission. The EU aims to promote economic cooperation, political stability, and social progress among its members.
  4. Culture: European culture is incredibly diverse, shaped by centuries of history and the interactions of numerous civilizations. It’s known for its contributions to art, literature, philosophy, music, and cuisine. Each country has its own distinct cultural identity, traditions, and languages.
  5. History: Europe has a rich and complex history, marked by influential empires, revolutions, wars, and cultural movements. It has been the birthplace of Western civilization, including ancient Greece and Rome, and has played a central role in shaping global affairs.

Trip Highlights

  • Paris
  • Cannes
  • Lucerne
  • Interlaken
  • Zurich

Itinerary

Arrive at Paris Airport Transfer to hotel,check in at hotel, in Evening
Visit Eiffel tower & Enjoy River Cruise, Overnight stay at Paris.

Breakfast at Hotel, Disneyland Paris Express Shuttle with 02 Park
Admission Ticket from Central Paris, overnight stay at Paris hotel.

Breakfast at Hotel, Day free for Shopping, overnight stay at Paris
hotel

Breakfast at Hotel, Checkout from Paris hotel, Transfer to Station
Train from Paris to Cannes, Arrive Cannes Station, Check in at hotel
overnight stay at Cannes.

Breakfast at Hotel, Monaco, Monte Carlo, Eze, la Turbie from
Cannes, Overnight stay at Cannes.

Breakfast at Hotel, Half Day Tour in Cannes, Antibes and St Paul de
Vence, Overnight stay at Cannes.

Breakfast at Hotel, Checkout from Nice Transfer to Airport, Flight
from Nice to Geneva, Arrive Geneva transfer to Lucerne Hotel by Swiss pass,
Check in at hotel, Lake Lucerne Panorama-Yacht Saphir Scenic Cruise,
Overnight stay at Lucerne

- Breakfast at Hotel, Mount Titlis tour with Ice Flyer, Overnight stay
at Lucerne.

Breakfast at Hotel, Checkout from Lucerne, Transfer to Interlaken
by Swiss pass, Arrive Interlaken Check in at Hotel, Overnight stay at
Interlaken.

Breakfast at Hotel, Jungfraujoch - Top of Europe excursion,
Overnight stay at Interlaken.

- Breakfast at Hotel, Glacier 3000, Overnight stay at Interlaken

Breakfast at Hotel, Checkout from Interlaken Transfer to Zurich by
Swiss Pass, Arrive Zurich Check in at hotel,
Go for Zurich Highlights Tour with Cruise and Lindt Home of Chocolate,
overnight at Zurich.

Checkout from Zurich, Transfer to Airport, Depart with Beautiful
Memories.

Cost

The Trip Cost Includes

  • o Airfare
  • o 12 Nights’ Accommodation in Above Mentioned Hotels
  • o Daily Breakfast at hotel
  • o Transfer from Paris Airport to Hotel
  • o Eiffel Tower Summit Skip the Line Ticket with Audio Guide Tour
  • o Disneyland Paris Express Shuttle with 02 Park Admission Ticket from
  • Central Paris
  • o Paris: 1 Hour Seine River Cruise Ticket
  • o Transfer from Paris Hotel to Station
  • o Train from Paris to Cannes
  • o Cannes Station to Cannes Hotel (Walking Distance)
  • o Monaco, Monte Carlo, Eze, la Turbie from Cannes, 7H Small-Group Tour
  • o Half Day Tour in Cannes, Antibes and St Paul de Vence
  • o Transfer from Cannes Hotel to Nice Airport
  • o Flight from Nice to Geneva
  • o 06 Days 02nd Class Swiss Travels Pass
  • o Jungfraujoch - Top of Europe excursion
  • o Glacier 3000
  • o Mt Titlis with Ice flyer
  • o Lake Lucerne Panorama-Yacht Saphir Scenic Cruise
  • o Zurich Highlights Tour with Cruise and Lindt Home of Chocolate
  • o Transfer from Zurich Hotel to Airport
  • 05% TCS Extra after final billing
  • Airfare, Swiss Pass, Accommodation, Breakfast,
  • Trains, Sightseeing’s, All Necessary Private Transfers and All Taxes.

FAQ

Do I need a visa to travel to Europe?

It depends on your nationality and the specific country you plan to visit. EU and Schengen countries typically have similar visa requirements. Citizens of many countries, including the US, Canada, Australia, and Japan, can enter the Schengen Area for short stays (up to 90 days) without a visa. However, always check the latest visa requirements before you travel.

What currency is used in Europe?

The Euro (€) is the common currency in most European Union (EU) countries. However, some countries, like the UK (British Pound Sterling) and Switzerland (Swiss Franc), have their own currencies. It’s advisable to have some local currency on hand for smaller purchases, but credit cards are widely accepted in most European cities.

What's the best way to travel around Europe?

Europe has an extensive transportation network, including trains, buses, planes, and ferries. The best mode of transport depends on your itinerary, budget, and preferences. Trains are often a convenient and scenic option for traveling between major cities, while budget airlines can be cheaper for longer distances. For shorter trips within cities, public transportation like metros, trams, and buses are usually efficient.

Do I need to speak the local language in Europe?

English is widely spoken in many European countries, especially in tourist areas, hotels, and restaurants. However, it’s always appreciated if you can speak a few basic phrases in the local language, such as greetings and “thank you.” Learning some essential phrases can enhance your travel experience and make interactions with locals more enjoyable.

Is Europe safe for tourists?

Generally, Europe is safe for tourists, but it’s essential to take common-sense precautions, like avoiding unfamiliar areas at night and keeping an eye on your belongings in crowded places. Be aware of pickpockets, especially in tourist hotspots. It’s also a good idea to stay informed about any travel advisories or local safety concerns before you go.

Travel Distance

Travel distances in Europe can vary significantly depending on the mode of transportation and the specific destinations. Here’s a general overview of travel distances between some major European cities:

  1. London to Paris: Approximately 344 kilometers (214 miles) by air, or around 464 kilometers (288 miles) by road.
  2. Berlin to Amsterdam: Roughly 577 kilometers (358 miles) by air, or about 657 kilometers (408 miles) by road.
  3. Madrid to Rome: Around 1,424 kilometers (885 miles) by air, or approximately 1,682 kilometers (1,045 miles) by road.
  4. Vienna to Prague: Approximately 251 kilometers (156 miles) by air, or around 332 kilometers (206 miles) by road.

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Exploring the Best of Europe