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Euro Trip

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Fabienne will take the lead and plan your journey for you. Just sit back and enjoy the adventure.

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Experience the beauty and diversity of Europe through our planned two weeks trip. You will discover major European cities in a stress-free way by traveling in our comfortable coaches that will bring you right in the hearts of those cities. Simply hop on with us for a great experience!
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Day 1-2

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Zürich

Day 1-2

Meetup at Zurich, and we will visit: Old Town The Grossmünster church Fraumünster is another main church in Zürich Walk to the top of Lindenhof hill for a panoramic view over the Zürich Museum of Art (optional) or Swiss National Museum (optional) Bahnhofstrasse, one of the most expensive shopping streets in the world Lake Zürich Cruise, this is a nice break from walking the city streets and visiting museums. In the evening we will start our jurney to Milan by bus.

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Day 2-3

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Milan

Day 2-3

After eating breakfeast, we will start the day by visiting Piazza del Duomo, and one of the most beautiful cathedrals in the world. Next to Piazza del Duomo in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, you will be amazed by the architecture and decorations of Italy’s oldest shopping mall. Castello Sforzesco is where the Sforza family, the Dukes of Milan used to live. Today it is the home of multiple art collections and historical exhibitions. Arco della Pace & Parco Sempione - You can enter Castello Sempione for free and cross into Parco Sempione. This is the largest park in Milan, a nice place to walk around and from here you can easily walk over to Arco della Pace. Shopping in Milan - One day is little for Milan, but Milan is known as the city of fashion, and via Torino or Via Monte Napoleone are two famous shopping Streets. In the evening, we head to Monaco

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Day 3-4

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Lyon

Day 3-4

Parc de la tête d’Or or the Park of the Golden Head - Its area is 117 hectares (290 acres). It is kind of an unusual zoo, as animals do not live in cages and confined spaces as you would see in other zoos, but on large areas of land in freedom. You can see about 130 different species of animals, some of which are endangered. Visit the Old Town, Place Bellecour, place des Terreaux - After you have explored the Park of the Golden Head, you go towards the Old Town. It would take you a walk of 30 minutes and on the way, you can admire the impressive architecture of Lyon Iconic Traboules - The Traboules of Lyon are secret passageways that helped people escape the Gestapo. Visit the Presqu’ile - The Presqu’ile is the business district of Lyon, full of luxury stores. You will be impressed by the amazing architecture of these buildings. Here you will also see the Fountain Bartholdi, designed by the same sculptor who designed the Statue of Liberty. The Presqu’ile is just near the Old Town, at only 10 minutes walking distance.

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Day 4-6

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Paris

Day 4-6

Champs-Élysées - Your best plan would be to start with the Triumphal Arch and walk up to its viewing area for great sights down the Champs-Élysées – a lovely green space with ornate fountains, where you can have a typical Parisian picnic lunch. Then there is the Grand Palais – a magnificent Beaux-Arts structure both inside and out, playing host to many fantastic shows and exhibitions throughout the year. Ending the first stretch, Place de la Concorde is home of the Petit Palais and the Obelisk – one of a pair from Luxor in Egypt! Visiting the best museum in the Louvre Museum is an option as well. Evening at the Eiffel Tower with Seine River Boat Tour - For the last night of your 2 days in Paris, head to the Eiffel Tower for a “grand finale” in the City of Lights! Climb up to the Eiffel Tower’s summit to watch the sunset over Paris. Designed by the engineer Gustave Eiffel, the Eiffel Tower is always impressive but it is even more incredible to see at night when the golden floodlights come on. When the Tour Eiffel is lit up it will sparkle for the first five minutes of every hour so check your watch not to miss the next one! End your day with a Seine night boat tour – and perhaps a glass of champagne – and admire the historical monuments dotted along the route: The Eiffel Tower, the Musée d’Orsay, the Conciergerie, … and back to Notre Dame, where everything started. Departure for Brussels

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Day 6-7

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Brussels

Day 6-7

The Grand Place The Brussels Cathedral – St Michael and St Gudula Cathedral are twin cathedrals located in central Brussels. The two Roman Catholic cathedrals co-exist, as the co-cathedral of Archdiocese of Mechelen- Brussels. The cathedral is built in Gothic style and it actually took three hundred (300) years to complete. Royal Palace of Brussels - The Royal Palace of Brussels is the official palace of the king and queen of Belgium, located in central Brussels. The palace is also known as Palais Royal de Bruxelles (in French). Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert - Saint-Hubert Royal Galleries is ABSOLUTELY stunning. It was really hard to believe that this is a shopping complex. This gallery dates back to the 1850s. The Royal Gallery of Saint Hubert is on the UNESCO “Tentative List”, due to its cultural importance. European Parliament (optional)

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Day 7-9

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Amsterdam

Day 7-9

Dam square Canal boat cruise (at night) Museum (Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh) Anne Frank’s house Vondelpark Walks along the canals, see houses Oude Kerk (Church) Heineken museum (optional)

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Day 9-10

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Bonn

Day 9-10

Visit Museum Haus der Geschichte, where the history of the Second World War (approx. 1-2 hours, free entry). Bonner Münster Sterntor Beethoven Haus Poppelsdorfer Schloss Drachenburg Castle

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Day 10-11

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Nuremberg

Day 10-11

Historic Altstadt Hauptmarkt Pegnitz Riverfront Tiergärtnertorplatz Imperial Castle of Nuremberg City Walls

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Day 11-12

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Prague

Day 11-12

Old town square Astronomical clock (every hour) Charles bridge Prague castle St Vitus cathedral Take a cruise on the Vltava river (optional)

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Day 12-13

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Salzburg

Day 12-13

Salzburg Old Town Mirabell Palace & Gardens Mozart’s Residence Hohensalzburg Fortress

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Day 13-14

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Zürich

Day 13-14

Visiting the Rhine Falls, most powerful waterfall in Europe wich is located in Switezerland. Back to Zurich. Time to say Goodbye.

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What is included

Accommodation
Hotel & Bed & Breakfast
14 days trip
Zürich, Milan & 9 more
Transportation
Car
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