ibis budget Amsterdam Airport 07-Oct-2018 - 09-Oct-2018 - Amsterdam, Netherlands
Hotel Ambassador Zermatt 09-Oct-2018 - 11-Oct-2018 - Zermatt, Switzerland
Carlton Europe Hotel 11-Oct-2018 - 13-Oct-2018 - Interlaken, Switzerland
Hôtel de l'Ocean 02-Oct-2018 - 05-Oct-2018 - Paris, France
Day 1: Paris
Arrive at Paris. Enjoy city orientation tour to see the most famous landmarks. Welcome to Paris City Stroll & Seine River Cruise-Paris, France and in the evening move on for a romantic Private Tour of Paris the City of Light by Night
Paris is even more beautiful at night, whether if it's winter and Christmas lights all over the city, or summer, and the lights along the Seine make everything more romantic! Discover together with your local guide some of the most amazing monuments of the city enlightened. From a magical rooftop view at 360 degrees to the sparkling Eiffel tower!
Day 2: Paris
Today begin Paris city orientation tour to see the most famous landmarks. Guided Climb of the Eiffel Tower with Optional Summit Access and later Wine Museum Admission Ticket / With Optional Glass of Wine.
Day 3: Paris
Join an exciting trip to Disneyland. Get charmed by Cinderella's castle. Take an exciting roller coaster ride down the Thunder Mountain. Visit Fantasyland and meet Alice in Wonderland, Pinocchio, Peter Pan and Snow White. Get thrilled by the legends of Aladdin and Indiana Jones at Adventure Ride a space shuttle to the moon at Discovery land. Encounter Ghost Ships, steam trains and western scenes in the Wild West town of Frontier land.
Day 4: Paris-Brussels
Proceed to Brussels by Train and discover the landmarks and impressive monuments of Brussels on a walking orientation tour. Marvel at the medieval majesty of the Market square, gaze at the remarkable facade of the Town hall, Guild houses, Serclaes Monument and the famous Manneken Pis Statue and photo stop at Atomium. Stay overnight in Amsterdam.(The above itinerary is just for guest knowledge and in Brussels they are on their own).
Day 5: Brussels
Proceed to Brussels by Train and discover the landmarks and impressive monuments of Brussels on a walking orientation tour. Marvel at the medieval majesty of the Market square, gaze at the remarkable facade of the Town hall, Guild houses, Serclaes Monument and the famous Manneken Pis Statue and photo stop at Atomium. Stay overnight in Brussels.
Day 6: Brussels-Amsterdam
Today proceed to Amsterdam by Train – Amsterdam,Netherlands
Six illustrious citizens of Amsterdam came together on 15 September 1881 to breathe life into the ‘Provisional Committee to build a concert hall’. The building's grand opening was 7 years later on 11 April 1888. During a 75 minutes tour with our English tour guide you can listen to anecdotes drawn from the rich history of the building. Take a look behind the scenes and catch a glimpse of parts of the building that are usually hidden from view. You get access to the attic and the changing rooms, as well as experience the maze of passageways beneath the Main Hall.
Guided Tour Behind the scenes of The Royal Concertgebouw in Amsterdam
Take a look behind the scenes of The Royal Concertgebouw and discover parts of the building that would otherwise remain hidden. Hear stories about the rich history of the building from a tour guide during a 75 minute tour. Later on going for a romantic exploration of the canals of Amsterdam by candlelight on an enchanting 1.5–hour canal cruise. Sip wine as you sail past the sights of the historic Canal Belt, listening to a fascinating multilingual commentary as you go. Departing from close to Central Station, cruise past the dreamy Magere Brug (Skinny Bridge), magically floodlit for the evening. Experience the romance of the house boats and the slender merchant houses reflected in the canals. Along the way, sip wine and snack from a selection of Henri Willig cheeses, French bread, olives and nuts. The leisurely tour is the most relaxing way to end a day in Amsterdam, or the perfect way to start an evening of fun.
Candlelight Cruise with Cheese and Wine during ALF
On this romantic cruise on the canals at the center of Amsterdam, all canals will sparkle and glow during the Amsterdam Light Festival
Day 7: Amsterdam
Depart Amsterdam from the A’DAM Lookout just across the water from Central Station in Amsterdam and travel in air-conditioned comfort to the open-air museum of Zaanse Schans. Admire the collection of historical windmills, wooden houses and barns dating back to the 18th and 19th century. Learn more about the golden age of the Zaan region, when some 600 windmills helped to power the wooden factories by wind. Explore how spices were ground and cocoa powder was made, and see the beautiful houses built for the wealthy windmill owners and merchants. Visit the clog museum to learn more about the wooden footwear, and sample some Dutch cheese at a dairy farm. Get some free time to explore the village on your own and receive insider’s tips about what to do and where to go. Make your way back to Amsterdam and get an entry ticket to the A'DAM Lookout for panoramic views of the city center, port and unique polder landscape of the Netherlands.
Zaanse Schans Half-Day Tour from Amsterdam and A’DAM Lookout
Day 8: Amsterdam-Zermatt
Matterhorn glacier paradise on 12,739 ft The Zermatt Bergbahnen takes the visitors comfortably from Zermatt up to the highest mountain station in Europe on 12’739 ft in 45 minutes only. The highlights of the Peak Matterhorn glacier paradise: 365 days snow experience, Snow Tubing, Cinema Lounge with exciting film scenes, an observation deck with 360° panoramic view, world’s highest glacier palace with ice sculptures and a restaurant with authentic Swiss and Indian dishes. (Indian Menus in summer only)
Day 9: Zermatt
From Zermatt you can reach the Sunnegga family paradise by underground funicular in only 4.5 minutes. This suntrap at the heart of Matterhorn paradise is a magnet for explorers of all ages and an ideal starting point for the onward trip to Blauherd and Rothorn. Main attractions Wolli fun & adventure park Leisee - the refreshing mountain lake with the Matterhorn reflection Kick bike rental Marmot trail Flower trail
Day 10: Zermatt-Interlaken
Proceed to Interlaken from Zermatt by Train and later the great journey starts not far from Interlaken Ost station and leads through a charming forest and through a wildlife park.If Interlaken had a king, he would reside on the Harder Kulm. From the viewing platform at 1,322 metres above sea level, you will graciously look down upon Lake Brienz and Lake Thun, or admire the Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau. Visit the “Two-Lakes-Bridge” and an airy viewing platform with a glass area in its floor. Restaurant can't be missed as looks like a small castle and is open also during evening time.In order to visit it, however, you don't need to be a king – just take a seat in the funicular and ascend Interlaken's own mountain!. Overnight in Interlaken.
Day 11: Interlaken
This 7-hour excursion begins with a short coach journey from Interlaken to the mountain resort of Grindelwald. Once there you’ll board the cogwheel train for a spectacular ride up to Jungfraujoch via Kleine Scheidegg. En route you’ll have stunning views of the world-famous triple peaks of Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. When you reach the top, marvel at the high alpine wonderland of eternal ice, snow and rock. Experience the Alpine Sensation adventure tour marking the 100th anniversary of the Jungfrau Railway. Visit the Sphinx Observation Terrace and Plateau for breathtaking panoramic views of snow-capped peaks, neighboring countries and the Aletsch Glacier. Walk through the tunnels of the Ice Palace at the heart of the glacier. Restaurants are available for meals and refreshments. During the descent you’ll pass the holiday resort Wengen and stop at Lauterbrunnen, where the coach awaits for your return trip to Interlaken.
Full-Day Trip to Jungfraujoch from Interlaken
Day 12: Interlaken-Zurich
After Checkout from Interlaken Hotel proceed to Zurich by Train and your trip ends with the mesmerizing memories of the romanticism in Europe.