Get ready for a marvelous entertainment across Europe in 24 days and across your heart in a second.

  • European Tour
  • 10 Days
  • Accessibility
  • Pet allowed
  • Tour Guides
  • Tour Escort

Tour Highlights

  • Visit Venice, the italian city on water, and ride an authentic Gondola
  • Get prepared to be caught by the history of Berlin and Praga
  • Discover Amsterdam, the windmills in Marken and join the "Heineken Experience"
  • Taste typical dishes of the European tradition


A unique journey where European history is touched: discover the many facets of the traditions that bind Italy, France, Germany, Belgium and Switzerland and all the opportunities and beauties they offer. In nine days, you will be able to admire the culture and places that have built and raised human thought since the time of the Roman Empire.


Day 1 - VENICE
Arrival at Venice, check in to hotel. Panoramic sightseeing walk, visit to Piazza San Marco. Free time and overnight in Venice.Optional : Gondola Ride
Venice, the capital of the Veneto region, lies on more than 100 small islands in a lagoon in the Adriatic Sea. In this city there are no roads but canals, including the Grand Canal, flanked by Renaissance and Gothic buildings. On the central square, Piazza San Marco, stands the Basilica of San Marco, enriched with Byzantine mosaics, and the bell tower of San Marco, from which you can admire the red roofs of the city.
Breakfast at hotel. Transfer to Livigno. Lunch at restaurant, free time in Livigno. Overnight stay in hotel.
Livigno is a ski resort in the Italian Alps, near the border with Switzerland. It is known for its snow parks, complete with slopes and slopes. In the city, in the Mus! of Livigno and Trepalle, there are agricultural tools and other objects that tell the past of the area. Livigno Dairy is a working dairy that also offers a museum and a diorama of local fauna. From Livigno it is possible to visit the Stelvio National Park, which houses ermines, eagles and ibexes.
Day 3 - MUNICH
Breakfast at hotel, proceed to Munich. Visit Neuschwanstein Castle. Free time and overnight in Munich.
Munich, the capital of Bavaria, is home to ancient buildings and numerous museums. The city is known for its annual Oktoberfest and its breweries, including the famous Hofbräuhaus, founded in 1589. On Marienplatz, the central square of the Altstadt (old city), there are monuments such as the Neues Rathaus, the stylish town hall neogothic with the Glockenspiel, a music box whose figurines represent events that took place in the 16th century.
Day 4 - MUNICH
Breakfast at hotel, Walking tour in Munich. Free time and transfer to Prague and overnight stay in hotel.
Day 5 - PRAGUE
Breakfast in hotel. Visit to Prague castle, Ponte Carlo, Cattedrale di San Vito, Astronomical Clock, Piazza della Città Vecchia. Lunch at restaurant. Overnight stay in hotel.
Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, is crossed by the Vltava river. Nicknamed "the city of a hundred towers", it is known for the Old Town Square, the heart of the historic core, home to colorful Baroque buildings, Gothic churches and the medieval astronomical clock, which shows every hour. Completed in 1402, the pedestrian Charles Bridge is flanked by statues of Catholic saints.
Day 6 - BERLIN
Breakfast at hotel, drive to Berlin. Sightseeing in Berlin, lunch at restaurant and free time. Night cruise in Berlin. Overnight stay in hotel.
Explore Berlin from the water in the quieter evening hours: in the course of a 2.5-hour boat cruise through the city centre. The cruise is a great opportunity to wind down and make yourself comfortable after a busy day of sightseeing or work and allows you to gain a new perspective on the places your may have visited during the day.
Day 7 - BERLIN
Breakfast at hotel, sightseeing in Berlin. Visit to Branddeburg Gate, Reichstag building, Berlin Wall, Holocaust Memorial, Checkpoint Charli. Free time and overnight stay in hotel.
Berlin, the capital of Germany, was founded in the 13th century. The Holocaust Memorial and the remaining parts of the Berlin Wall, covered in graffiti, testify to the city's difficult history during the 20th century. During the Cold War, the city was divided into two parts, and the Brandenburg Gate, from the 18th century, became the symbol of its reunification. Berlin is also known for its art scene and modern architecture, such as the Berlin Philharmonic, with its gilded walls and sloping roof, built in 1963.
Breakfast at hotel. Transfer to Amsterdam. Visit Diamond Factory, Heineken Experience, Wax Museum. Lunch at restaurant. Boat cruise in Amsterdam. Free time and overnight in Amsterdam
Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands, known for its artistic heritage, the elaborate system of canals and narrow houses with gabled facades, a 17th century heritage, the golden age of the city. The Museum Quarter houses the Van Gogh Museum, the Rijksmuseum, with works by Rembrandt and Vermeer, and the Stedelijk Museum, where modern works of art are exhibited. The bicycle is the symbol of the city, which is crossed by numerous cycle paths.
Breakfast at hotel. Visit to Zaanse Windmill and Wooden Shoe Factory in Marken. Cruise from Marken to Volendam Fishing Village. Visit Volendam Cheese Factory and lunch in Volendam. Overnight stay in Amsterdam
Marken is a village of 1,810 inhabitants in the municipality of Waterland in the Netherlands. Marken forms a peninsula in the Markermeer and formerly an island in the Zuidersee. The drying up of the surrounding polders has changed the morphology of the territory making it a peninsula this ancient fishing village.
Breakfast at hotel. Depart the hotel to the airport.

Meeting Point

The Airport in Your City


  • Accommodation in 3 and 4 star hotels B&B
  • Daily continental breakfast
  • Coach transporting
  • Services of an English-Speaking Guide
  • Arrival & Departure Assistance at the airport
  • City Tour & Shopping
  • Complementarity One cruise & Lunch or dinner free


  • Lunch and dinner not mentioned
  • Any Expense of a Personal Nature
  • Personal expenses- laundry, telephone, etc
  • Anything not mentioned in the inclusions

Hotel Rules and Regulations

  • Hotel Check in/Check out times are fixed and there is no guarantee for early/late check in /out unless paid for

General Informations

  • Most rooms and washrooms in European hotels are small
  • Breakfast would be continental buffet type offering a variety of breads, jams, milk, cereals, eggs, etc.
  • Tea/ coffee making facilities are not available in the rooms
  • Driving durations may vary based on weather conditions, traffic and road conditions
  • This tour is not suitable for wheel chair passengers or anyone with difficulty in walking

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