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Arrival in Paris - Paris City Tour - Climb Eiffel Tower - Level II

On reaching in Paris, meet our Tour manager at the airport. We then proceed for Paris city tour & Visit to Eiffel Tower ( Level 2).

The French capital – Paris – is one of the most-toured destinations of Europe as each year hordes of travellers come here to witness some of the greatest landmarks that the world has ever seen. Besides it magnificent structures, the city is known as a fashion hub, thus, attracting a number of fashion enthusiasts from across the globe.

Upon reaching the hotel, complete the check-in formalities and rest for a while. Thereafter, proceed for a guided city tour, during which you will get a chance to witness some man-made wonders, such as the Eiffel Tower, Arc De Triomphe and Concorde Square.

Start the tour with a visit to Arc De Triomphe – a monument that has been built to commemorate the sacrifice of those soldiers, who fought in the Napoleonic wars and the French Revolution. Until the completion of Monumento a la Revolución in Mexico, in 1938, this 50-metre high structure had the feat of the tallest triumphal arch. Later, visit the famous Concorde Square, which is considered to be the most beautiful place in the city. Sprawling over an area of more than 21 acres, this public square was designed in 1755 by Ange-Jacques Gabriel, and to honour the king was named Place Louis XV. Later, in 1830, it was renamed as Place de la Concorde.

After this visit, proceed towards the Champs Elysees – 70 m wide and 2 km long – considered to be the most beautiful avenue in the world by the French. It is the place to visit for shopping and enjoying great food at the restaurants dotted here or watching movies at the theatres. A stroll along this street will tell you a lot about the lifestyle of the people living in this French city.

Then, head to the Opera Garnier, an opera house that was constructed between 1861 and 1875. Originally named Salles des Capucines, it was renamed after its architect, Charles Garnier. With a seating capacity of more than 1900 people at a time, this building is a landmark monument of Paris. Afterwards, visit the Les Invalides, which is a complex of buildings, featuring monuments, museums, hospital and a retirement home. One of the most notable highlights of this place is the tomb of Napoleon Bonaparte.

Finally, visit the most-famous structure of Paris that is visited by millions of tourists each year – the Eiffel Tower. Located on Champ de Mars, this iron lattice tower has been named after Gustave Eiffel and is the most recognised structures in the world. This tower has a height of 324 metres and has three levels that can be accessed either by a flight of stairs or elevator. If you wish to see a panoramic view of the entire city, you may head to the second level of the tower.

Later, proceed for an Indian dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.


Day at Leisure in Paris - Boat Cruise on River Seine - Grand evening in Paris with Lido Show and Illumination Tour (Optional)

Enjoy a Continental breakfast and spend the rest of the day indulging in leisure activities.


Alternatively, you may choose for a full-day excursion to Disney Park (at your own cost) and enjoy different adrenaline-pumping rides on offer. In addition, you can also head to the Disney Studios to watch amazing stunt shows and different sets of popular Hollywood movies.

In the evening, return to Paris and proceed for a cruise on the scenic Seine River. Thereafter, go to an Indian restaurant to enjoy some scrumptious delicacies. After dinner, you may return to the hotel or choose to enjoy the nightlife of the French capital by watching a Lido Show and going for an illumination tour to witness the city’s majestic monuments at night.

Later, return to the hotel for an overnight stay.


Drive from Paris to Amsterdam

Have a delightful continental breakfast and later, check-out from the hotel and proceed towards Amsterdam. En route, visit the famous and beautiful Keukenhof Tulip Gardens (till May 17, 2015) or the miniature park and city of Madurodam (after May 17, 2015). While the former is known for the colourful and fragrant flower beds, the latter earns fame for its miniature replicas of famous Dutch edifices. Afterwards, continue the journey towards Amsterdam, which has several surprises in store for you.

Amsterdam is the vibrant capital city of the Netherlands and is widely recognised for its charming cityscape, which is dominated by scenic canals, historical sites and nightlife haunts. While an exploration of the city, you can cross its wide canals or sit back and relax in the quaint coffee houses. Bloemenmarkt – the floating flower market of the city – is sure to charm you with the colourful blossoms. The renowned Van Gogh Museum is art museum, which houses iconic artworks by the eminent painter Victor van Gogh and his contemporaries. For fashion connoisseurs and avid shoppers, Jordaan's boutiques are places to be. This district in the city is famous for its fashion stores, designer galleries and canal-side cafés. Grand mansions of merchants and rose beds lining the streets add even more charm to the city.

On reaching here, head for a delightful canal cruise, during which you will get a chance to see stunning edifices lined across the streets. Afterwards, relish a sumptuous dinner in an Indian restaurant.

As the day ends, proceed for an overnight stay in the designated hotel situated in the Amsterdam/Hague area.


Drive from Amsterdam via Brussels to Luxembourg

Have breakfast in the hotel, before checking-out and leaving for the next destination – Brussels. It is the beautiful capital city of Belgium and has a long history spanning across several centuries. The architecture, arts and cuisine of this place lend it a special mention in the list of places with a rich heritage and culture.


On reaching the Belgian capital city, click pictures with the Manneken Pis Statue in the background. This landmark sculpture depicts a small boy urinating in a fountain's basin below, and is dressed in different ways on various festive occasions. Later, proceed for an orientation tour of the city, during which you will explore its famous attractions and landmarks. Start with the central square named Grand Place, which has been designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The majestic Town Hall here is a medieval-era building that is constructed in a Gothic architectural style. Also worth seeing is the conglomeration of Guild Houses, which depict excellence in architecture and add to the charm of the Grand Place. Another attraction in the city is the Everard t'Serclaes Monument, which is an Italian Renaissance-inspired bas-relief. Do not forget to get clicked in front of the Atomium, which is a 335 feet tall structure representing the unit cell of a magnified iron crystal.

After a tour of Brussels, proceed towards Luxembourg – the tiny landlocked nation in the west of Europe. Comprising two prime regions – Oesling and Gutland, this country is the only existing grand duchy of the world. Influences of Romanic and Germanic Europe can be seen in the lifestyle of this place that is quite distinct and unique. Upon arrival here, head for a delightful orientation tour of the place and explore its famous sites. Visit the Grand Ducal Palace, which serves as the official palatial residence of the Grand Duke of Luxembourg. Another attraction worth visiting is the Notre-Dame Cathedral, which is a Roman Catholic Cathedral built in late-Gothic architectural style. Afterwards, enjoy a delicious dinner at a popular Indian restaurant in the city.

Afterwards, retire to the designated hotel in Luxembourg for a relaxing overnight sleep.


Drive from Luxembourg - Black Forest - Schaffhausen - Engelberg/Zurich

In the morning, have breakfast and check-out from the hotel. Proceed towards the Black Forest region, which is an area famous for the beautiful wooden mountains, winding footpaths and, most importantly, the antique precision clocks.  Here, you will be taken to Drubba, which is famous for its unique pendulum-regulated cuckoo clocks. Traditionally exclusive to the region, these clocks are the finest specimens of the art of Swiss watch-making.

Afterwards, head towards Schaffhausen – a tiny, scenic city in the north of Switzerland. The place is noted for its captivating architecture, which is depicted by its Renaissance-era buildings with stunning frescoes and sculptures. This quaint township is particularly famous for the picturesque Rhine Falls, which lies in its outer bounds. It is the largest plain waterfall in the continent and carries a large volume of water with a gush. The milky-white fall is surrounded with lush greenery and is perfect spot for photography. After spending some time at this place, move towards Engelberg/Zurich. On reaching here, have a sumptuous dinner at an Indian restaurant.

Later in the night, head to the designated hotel for an overnight stay.


Day at Leisure - Optional Trip to Engelberg, Mt. Titlis and Lucerne

As the day begins, have a continental breakfast at the hotel. The entire day is meant for relaxation or a full day excursion to different places nearby.

Go on an exploration of Mt. Titlis, which lies in the Urner Alps of Switzerland. This famous glacier destination overlooks Engelberg and is popular as the site of the world's first revolving cable car – Titlis Rotair. The lower reaches of this crest are covered with verdant meadows, whereas a blanket of snow dominates the upper regions. You can spot the Indian flag carried by one of the cable cars at this place. Take a ride in the revolving cable car and have fun in the snow. Later, head to see the Ice Grotto, which is a lengthy ice cave, or simply relax at the restaurant on the summit. If weather is suitable, you can even take a ride on the enclosed ski lift named Ice Flyer, which would take you down the glacier. You would experience the best part of the Titlis excursion while walking through the Titlis Suspension Bridge, which prides in being Europe's highest suspension bridge, at about a 3000-metre altitude. After the fulfilling yet tiring exploration of the mountain, have a yummy Indian lunch at the summit.


Post this excursion, head for a delightful orientation tour of Lucerne, which is a highly sought-after tourist destination in Switzerland. It lies on the shore of its namesake lake and is located within the sight of several stunning snow-clad mountains. On reaching here, see the iconic Lion Monument, which is a memorial sculpture on a limestone cliff. It depicts a mortally-wounded lion, which is a dedication to the Swiss guards who lost their lives during the French Revolution. Take a leisurely stroll on the 14th-century Kapellbrucke Bridge, which is a covered wooden footbridge across River Reuss. It earns fame as the oldest covered wooden bridge in the continent. Afterwards in the night, relish an Indian feast in an Indian restaurant.


Departure from Zurich

Relish the Continental breakfast and later complete the check-out formalities. Thereafter, proceed towards the international airport in Zurich for the onward flight to home.


    • Return Economy class airfare with taxes
    • Hotel accommodation
    • Entrance fees
    • Schengen visa
    • Continental buffet breakfast
    • Meals as specified in the itinerary
    • Guided tours of attractions, sightseeing and entrances as per the itinerary
    • All transfers by deluxe coach as mentioned in the itinerary
    • Services of a professional our Tour manager


    • 3.50 % government service tax
    • Overseas travel insurance of INR 1500, which is valid for the duration of travel for tourists below 60 years of age (The rate increases depending upon the age of the tourist. Please check with our offices for further details)
    • Any increase in the airfare, fuel surcharge taxes charged by the airlines on the air ticket before the issuance of flight tickets, taxes shall be charged extra irrespective of the booking date (airfare and taxes currently calculated as on Oct 31, 2014)
    • Cost of extension/deviation of air ticket as per actual at the time of ticketing
    • Events, trade fairs surcharges will be applicable on specific departure dates
    • All personal expenses, optional tours and extra meals
    • Porterage at hotels, airport and seaports
    • Anything not mentioned under ‘Package Inclusions’
    • Anything not mentioned in the price inclusions column, such as currency fluctuation – currently taken on October 31, 2014: -01 Euro = INR 78 (ROE: Rate of Exchange as on date of final payment will be applicable)
    • Tips to the coach driver will be 3 Euros per person per day, the same is mandatory to be paid before departure in India (adult/child) 
    • Remarks: SDMS holds the right to change the airline and travel date (at any point of time before the departure of the tour, alternate options will be advised in case this happens).
    • Note: Either the mentioned hotels or similar hotels will be provided
    • Important Note: All group tours are based on minimum 30 passengers travelling in a tour. In case, the minimum number of passengers are not
      adhered to, SDMS will offer alternative departure dates.
    • Surcharges might be applicable in case the dates fall under any trade fairs in Europe


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