Europe Perfect Ten


Port of Dover – Ferry crossing to Calais



Brussels – Atomium, Chinese Pavilion, Japanese Pagoda, Grand Place, Manneken Pis



Amsterdam – Diamond Factory, Dam Square, New Church, Royal Palace



Cologne Cologne Cathedral

Trier – Port Nigra, Imperial baths & Forum, Bruckenstrasse



Luxembourg – Place Liberte, Notre Dame Cathedral, Hotel de Ville, Dukes Palace, Place Guillaume



Paris – Notre Dame, Arc de Triomphe, Champs-Elysees, Place de la Concorde, Trocadero Garens, Invalide, Paris Opera House, Eiffel Tower

Versailles – Versailes town

Nice – City Orientation

Rhone Alps Region



Lucerne – Lion Monument, Chapel Bridge, Old Town

Berne – Bear Pit, Golden Clock Tower, Swiss Parliament



Vaduz – City orientation



Innsbruck – Golden Roof, Arch de Triumph, Hofkirche Mausoleum, Hofburg Royal Palace



Verona – Overnight stay

Venice – River boat ride, St Mark’s Square, St Mark’s Basilica, Doges Palace, Bridge of Sigh

Rome – Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, Piazza Venezia, Pantheon, Monument of Victor Emmanuel II, Vatican City, St Peter’s Square, Piazza Navona

Florence – Old Town, St Mary of the Flower Cathedral, Door of Paradise, Signoria Town Hall Square, Old Bridge

Pisa – Leaning Tower of Pisa

Italian Riviera



Monte Carlo - Casino Garden, Royal Cathedral and Palace




DAY 01 : LONDON / CALAIS / BRUSSELS                 

Meet our tour manager at London Euston train station assemble location. After presenting your Tour Boarding voucher to our Representativewe are ready to board the coach. Soon, off we go and travel southward towards the port of Dover. En-route, passing through the English county of Kent. After the immigration check point, we board the P/O Ferry and set sail across the English Channel, enjoy the facilities on board and do go to the deck to catch a great view of the famous White cliff of Dover. At Calais port, meet your European coach captain to set off for Belgium’s capital - Brussels. The city and its surrounding has much to offer for lovely picture stops: the awe inspiring Atomium, The intricate and unique Chinese Pavilion; the Japanese Pagoda; the most beautiful squares of the 17C - Grand Place; and of course the little Belgium hero who saved the city from destruction “Mannikin Pis”; by the old Stock Exchange and main street, you have time to enjoy your own meal before we check in our hotel.


DAY 02 : BRUSSELS / AMSTERDAM           (Breakfast)

An exciting day ahead as we enter the “Pan-cake country” Holland. Visit her youthful city Amsterdam. Stroll through Dam square to see The New Church; the Royal Palace and along the canal-laced city of Amsterdam. During free time, you may visit the Sailor quarter and Amsterdam China town nearby. Check out with the tour manager for some afternoon activities, why not purchase ticket for an informative cruise on a glassdomed boat, to cruise alongside the 16-17 century merchant houses, and visit a diamond house , see how raw stones are polished into sparkling gems, the skills which so much of the prosperity of Holland depend on . Or take on a trip to Zaanse Schans  Windmill farm (optional); here one finds the cottage industries of clog making, to learn and be amazed by the vast information you shall gain simply just going through the demonstration on site. Within the compound are thatched windmills, cheese making; bakery; clock museum etc. The setting is perfect as it presents quintessentially, a backdrop of the Dutch countryside. Where in Europe could you straddle a dyke, witnessing the river water level that is obviously higher than the land on its left! Most intriguing!


DAY 03 : AMSTERDAM / KOLN / TRIER / BITBURG              (Breakfast)

We head from lowland of Holland and into the Rhineland of German republic. Before you know, the twin towers of the imposing Dom sprung into view, piercing the greyish skyline of Koln. This is also a witness to Germany’s 800 years of ancient Roman historical heritage. After brief moment in Koln before travel passing through charming German typical structured villages, and vineyards on the hillside, the Rhine river picturesque setting is simply too beautiful to ignore! In the early evening, we come to the city of Trier, also reputed to be the oldest city in Germany; she is the finest example of a Roman city at the time of Augustus in 17BC. There are still is an abundant of Roman traces about, starting from the walk through the Port Nigra and its city wall, the streets are all laid out in grit or block form, a typical system perfected by the Romans. Marvel at the Cathedral and the Basilica, the Imperial Baths and the Forum, indeed, this city is undoubtedly one of the finest in Roman remains outside Italy. Continue to Bruckenstrasse, home of the great philosopher Karl Marx. Born on 5th May 1818, the house on numbers 10 is where the third child of the advocate Heinrich Marx and his wife lived. It was then bought by the Social Democratic Party and open today as "House of the Workers". You may wish to buy your own ticket, to enter into the permanent exhibitions on the works of Marx, it is a museum that attracts countless international visitors annually. 

DAY 04 : BITBURG / LUXEMBOURG / ROISSY EN FRANCE                               (Breakfast)

In two hours journey, we enter Luxembourg; it is a Grand - duchy, an independent country with the capital city which bear the same name. Luxembourg City, which occupies a dramatic and commanding site on a high bluff above the narrow valleys of the Alzette and the Petrusse. We drop off at Place Liberte, see the bridges span across river Alzette, then to Notre Dame Cathedral, Hotel de Ville, Dukes Palace and Place Guillaume lined with many side walk cafés and restaurants. Continue by coach towards Metz and Champagne country of France. Passing the city of Reim, known for her cathedral where all king of France were crowned. Before long, we arrive at Roissy en France, when the fragrance of dinner cooking fills the air.


DAY 05 : PARIS – FULL DAY                          (Breakfast)

To start off our perfect day, the morning city drive will occasionally stop for photos at various monuments: see Notre Dame, Arc de Triomphe, Champs-Elysees , Place de la Concorde, Trocadero Gardens, Invalide; Paris Opera House, Alexandra III Bridge, and of course Eiffel Tower. Next we drop off outside the residence of the Royals at Versailles (purchase your own ticket. closed on Mondays). Visit is on your own. This is a sprawling palatial compound where Louis XVI and his wife, Marie Antoinette, once lived. Head straight inside to experience the history and opulence of 20 or so stunning State Apartments that comprise the Hall of Mirrors and Queen’s Apartments, Hall of Mirrors; King's Apartment, War and Peace room, the Chapel. Later a 2 hour visit to the Louvre (purchase your own ticket closed on Tuesday). Once the residence of the Royals, it is now the largest museum of antiquity in the world. Pick the cream of the exhibits in your whirlwind dash through the endless corridors and galleries, simply pick the musts see 3 ladies: the Venus de milo; the Wingless Victory of Samothrace ; and the world famous smiling lady “Mona Lisa” of course. Rest of the day, free at leisure. Check with your tour manager for Seine river cruise. This delightful cruise passing under all the famous land marks of this city, i.e. Alexandra III Bridge; Eiffel; Invalide; Orsay museum; Notre Dame; Parliament House; and more. A great way to end this fun filled day.


DAY 06 : PARIS AT LEISURE                           (Breakfast)

Day 6 Paris at leisure You will love today as we provide you the liberty to do exactly what you wish to do on your own. A full day free at leisure. Suggested optional activities: Marne la Vallee Factory Outlet It is the day you have been waiting for, as we come to the French own factory outlet in La Vallée Village. You’ll have the entire afternoon to explore more than 100 boutiques of high-end French and international brands at this openair outlet mall, set in the lovely Parisian countryside near Disneyland® Paris. Stroll down the picturesque streets and stop to browse luxury wares at shops including Baccarat, Jimmy Choo, Givenchy, Calvin Klein, Armani, Salvatore Ferragamo, Coach, Michael Kors and Versace. Find previous collections from top designers at discounts of over 33%. For those who are less into shopping but sightsee, you may wish to visit Disneyland Paris…Or go to the visit the House of Moet & Chandon in the Champagne district or visit Loire Valley some 250KM south to visit the castles region, where French kings and aristocrats once lived in lap of luxury. Or visit the Fontainebleau, a lovely historical town south of Paris, France (55.5 km). It is renowned for its historical Château de Fontainebleau of the kings of France, which attracts crowds of tourists. And should you have friends living in Paris, better yet, they may even suggest driving you to the Loire Valley with a castle galore to explore the entire day. The choice is endless, but your tour manager will have the best solution.


DAY 07 : PARIS / LUCERNE / ZURICH                        (Breakfast)

After breakfast, we must leave. Heading south, we pass through the region of Burgundy. Life here is lived to the full, the area is a rich and varied heritage, from Gallic remains to Romanesque towers, from the art treasures of its cities to the splendours of its châteaux; from its early industrial memories to its most futuristic creations – all of this is there for you to see and enjoy, along the way are townships that gave French wines their names: Auxerre; Avalon; Beaune; and Dijon. Our destination today is the Switzerland, situated in the Middle of the European Central region; it is reputed to be the “Garden of Europe”. In the late afternoon, we arrive at Lake Lucerne Township. This village is a perfect example of what Switzerland is all about. Along the shores, take in the charming sights that laced with weeping willows, graceful swans and mandarin ducks. Also the beckoning sirens from pleasure boats are here to capture your heart and to slow down your pace for a second glance. Follow your tour manager, stroll into the old town, set foot by the monuments such as the Wounded Lion, memory of the heroic death of the Swiss mercenaries at the Tuileries in 1792; The Kapellbrucke - Chapel Bridge constructed first half of the 14th century as a part of the city's fortifications, the Jesuit Church, built in 1666/67, the first and finest baroque churches in the country and finally the old wall with its medieval watch towers. Our overnight stop is in Zurich Geroldswil in the Ulster Township.


DAY 08 : BERNE                                 (Breakfast)

Day 8 Berne – Mt Titlis (Optional) While one is in Switzerland, how could one misses out her capital? Our first port of call shall be in Berne. By the bear pit, you then learn the reason for its provincial flag to be adorned with a “Bear” as its iconic symbol. Across the Aar river bridge, we admire the old colourful 13C fountains; The Golden Clock tower; Swiss Parliament and the Cathedral, before we drop you off for shopping and free time back in Lucerne old town. Today is also your chance to have an opportunity to visit the famous Mt. Titlis (optional) on the world's first revolving jumbo cable car, a ride to its summit at 10000 feet above sea level is exhilarating, ask your tour manager about the special cost and how you could join such a fantastic journey.


DAY 09 : ZURICH / VADUZ / INNSBRUCK / VERONA                          (Breakfast)

Leaving Switzerland for our next destination, as we cross the mighty Rhine, we enter yet another tiny Principality, Liechtenstein, the Country with only a dozen police work force, indicates its social harmony and security. Walk along the main street of Vaduz, its capital, you must not miss the castle perching on top of the hill where the Royal Family still resides. There is the coin and stamp museum, one of the main incomes of this country where each month a new set is distributed around the world for collectors and enthusiast. As we ascend the Alps from Brenner to St. Anton later in the day, at the other end of the mountain pass is Austria. The capital of the Tyrol Province – Innsbruck welcomes you. Surrounded by the awe inspiring Alpine mountains, often snow-capped in spring, Innsbruck is indeed a jewel in its own accord. The city hosted two winter Olympic games and has since never ceased to improve her status. Marvel at the 3500 pieces of gilded copper plates, also known as " the golden roof ", the Arch de Triumph; the Hofkirche mausoleum, the Hofburg Royal Palace built by Maria Theresa and a host of splendid Baroque buildings. Then we cross over the famous Austrian Europa Bridge, to recall the tragic incident to those who risked lives in creating this highest viaduct in Europe some 80 years ago. In the evening, we settle down in the old city of Verona.


DAY 10 : VENICE TOUR / ROME AREA                      (Breakfast)

Look forward to the romantic of Venice today as we disembark at Troncetto this morning, to take on one of the ferries for a short river-boat ride along the Guidca Canal. Getting off at St. Mark Square, made popular by the play from Shakespeare “the Merchant of Venice ", we meet our charming guide for a short walking tour around the St. Mark’s square itself – The Campanile; the Moors clock tower; the Grand Square that Napoleon loved so much, the St. Mark Basilica and the Doges Palace. Not forgetting the Winged Lion and statue of St. Mark nearby. Check out with the tour Manager for optional Gondola ride (6 persons to a Gondola, time to float along the canals to enjoy this romantic city from a different perspective). Later, wander on your own into the maze-like streets to discover the mysteries of this ancient Water city. Of course, how could we miss that iconic photo standing in front of the petite Bridge of Sigh? Having exhausted all your energy today, we then leave for hotel after a wonderful day in this unique city of water to the region of Roma Nord.


DAY 11 : ROME – FULL DAY WALKING TOUR                        (Breakfast)

An early start to our Roman discovery for we have specially designed a route for an insight into one of Europe's earliest powers - the illustrious Roman Empire. It is a full day on foot, to tour the city. See: the ancient Roman Amphitheatre - the Colosseum, the Trevi Fountain, Piazza Venezia, Pantheon and the Monument of Victor Emmanuel II, regarded as the Father of Modern United Italy. Vatican City , the smallest sovereign state in the world, walk through St. Peter's Square and time will be given for you to visit the inside of the St Peter’s Cathedral . Not to be missed is a place to bask in the Roman atmosphere, right in Navona Square. Here, Bernini's art live in perpetuity, displayed proudly in the centre is his “Fountain of four Rivers". For those with a sweet tooth, take this opportunity to taste Italy's famous Tatufu ice-cream (sequence of the walking tour to be decided by the tour manager).


DAY 12 : FLORENCE / PISA / ITALIAN RIVIERA / SAN REMO                            (Breakfast)

Along the Highway of the Sun, we speed towards Florence. Florence's great historical and artistic treasure is exhibited not only in her monuments, her churches; her manor houses, but also in her water and her air. In fact the entire city exudes intoxicating artistic aroma that only by living here forever is the only solution to satisfy the real connoisseur of antiquity. Visit Florence old town for a walking trip to view the famous Saint Mary of the Flower Cathedral; The door of Paradise, Signoria town Hall Square and the Old Bridge. In the afternoon, we arrive at Pisa and her leaning Tower. The old world wonder, the religious centre of this city owns three amazing monuments, completely decorated with white marble from the Carrara quarries, are certainly breadth stopping. This work of art is not only exhibited on its exquisite exterior, we beckon you to explore the Baptistery as well as the Cathedral, and you will be overwhelmed with awe by the intricacy of stone works. We then on the Italian autostrada, follow the coast line of the Italian Riviera, travelling pass the holiday region of Cinque Terre which made up of five isolated islands where inter-link only by way of boats, famous for the resort of the rich Italians at Portofino, Rapallo. Tonight we settle at Italian Riviera.



This morning, with a guaranteed glorious sunshine 360 days a year, we travel along the Riviera, to yet another tiny country, the Principality of Monaco is our first destination. A small independent state that is enclave within France, we are here to experience the life style of the multi-billionaire around the world. Make a stop at the world famous casino garden where you can view the World famous race track for Formula 1 y. View from here, the Royal Cathedral and Palace. Later at Côte d'Azur's (the blue coast), we come to the Queen of the French Riviera; the popular holiday destination of the English Aristocrats in the 19C. Enjoy the cool breeze as you sip your cafe or enjoy an ice cream amongst swaying palm trees and its leafy promenade. This is Nice, and it is nice to be here. Tour continues through the Provence region, we rest of feet in the township of Rhone Alp region near Lyon in the evening.



Travelling northwards pass by Lyon, located by the two great rivers that amalgamate here. The Rhone and Saone brings great wealth to the 2nd largest city of France and it is reflected on the grandeur of her stately buildings. Next, we travel through the Burgundy wine region, dotted with pretty villages such as Macon, Beaune, Auxerre, Nemour and Versailles For a night outing, may we suggest an optional French dinner or reserving few seats at the Lido night club or the Moulin Rouge cabaret for the spectacular stage performance, both venues especially the latter has entertained Parisians and world tourists for nearly a century. The night is always young in the city that never sleeps!


DAY 15 : RETURNS TO LONDON                 (Breakfast)

It is all too soon, we bid “au revoir” to Paris, as we head for Calais port, where our ferry and British driver will take over to end your enchanting journey in London city centre (Euston Train Station) 

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