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Kritra

From Rome to London

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  • Seats

    25

  • Duration

    10 DAYS

  • Discount

    10% OFF

Your journey begins with two overnights in the Italian capital of Rome and guided sightseeing that highlights the Colosseum, Roman Forum, and the Vatican’s St. Peter’s Square. Head north to see Pisa’s Leaning Tower and to Renaissance Florence, featuring sculpture-filled Signoria Square, Palazzo Vecchio, the Giotto Campanile, and the Brunelleschi Cupola in Piazza del Duomo. Spend two nights in the Venice area, with an included canal boat ride to S....
 

•    Accommodations 

•    ROME Pineta Palace (F), FLORENCE Holiday Inn (F), VENICE AREA All Seasons (ST) at Mestre, INNSBRUCK Dollinger (ST), LUCERNE Luzernerhof (F), PARIS Kyriad (ST) at Bercy 

•    Transportation Touring by private first-class air-conditioned motorcoach. Canal transfer boat in Venice; cross-Channel ferry 
 

Day 1: Arrive in Rome, Italy. 
( Rome ) 

Check into your hotel. The rest of the day is free for you to explore this ancient capital. In the afternoon, meet your Tour Director and fellow travelers. 

Day 2: Rome 
( Rome ) 

Today's sightseeing with a Local Guide features St. Peter’s Square, and includes an inside visit of the Colosseum and the Roman Forum. 

Day 3: Rome–Pisa–Florence. 
( Florence Area Pisa Rome ) 

Vistas of undulating hills, austere rows of cypress trees, terraced vineyards, olive groves, and rural villages form the backdrop of your journey through beautiful Tuscany. Take a break in Pisa to see the Square of Miracles and the amazing Leaning Tower, then on to Florence. (B,D) 

Day 4: Florence–Venice Area. 
( Florence Area Venice ) 

Birthplace of the Renaissance, Florence was for centuries a leading power. On the included walking tour with an expert Local Guide, discover the landmarks of this amazing city like Piazza Signoria with the Loggia dei Lanzi, the Palazzo Vecchio, and the breathtaking cathedral on Piazza del Duomo. Later, watch how leather is embossed with gold, and enjoy free time to shop. In the afternoon, drive north across the River Po into the Plains of Venetia for two overnights in the Venice area. (B) 

Day 5: Venice Area. 
( Venice ) 

Venice is known worldwide for its carnival and its film festival. Today, reach Venice by private motorboat to view the Bridge of Sighs and the Doges' Palace plus St. Mark's Basilica before the visit to a glassblowing factory. Don’t miss out on the optional gondola trip, gliding along the picturesque canals with a local troubadour to serenade you. (B,D) 

Day 6: Venice Area–Cortina–Innsbruck, Austria. 
( Innsbruck Venice ) 

Leave the plains of the Veneto region behind and drive northwards to spot the spectacular peaks of the Dolomites. Stop awhile in Cortina to enjoy the grand scenery. Later, cross over the Europa Bridge and Brenner Pass into Austria to reach Innsbruck for an overnight. (B,D) 

Day 7: Innsbruck–Liechtenstein–Lucerne, Switzerland. 
( Innsbruck Lucerne Venice ) 

Time this morning to get acquainted with Innsbruck. The visit includes the famous Golden Roof, emblem of the city. Later, drive through the valleys and villages of the mountainous Tyrol to the Arlberg tunnel, descending into Switzerland. Stop briefly in Vaduz, Liechtenstein’s capital. Majestic alpine scenery and glimpses of Lake Walen enchant you on the way to Lucerne. (B) 

Day 8: Lucerne 
( Lucerne ) 

One of Switzerland’s finest cities nestled amid its snowcapped Alps, surrounded by its lake, and embellished by the clear mountain waters of the River Reuss. The orientation includes the Lion Monument, erected in memory of the 800 Swiss Guards who defended Louis XVI and his wife at the wooden Chapel Bridge. A grand selection of optional activities completes the day: a cable-car ride to the 10,000-foot summit of Mount Titlis; a cruise on the fjord-like lake; and, of course, time to shop for that very Swiss watch. (B) 

Day 9: Lucerne–Paris, France. 
( Lucerne Paris ) 

Vistas of green pastures and attractive chalets with rustic timbering and luxuriant flowers. Then, into France on the highway, past some of its most famous vineyards, to Paris. Arrive in time to enjoy the optional cabaret show. (B) 

Day 10: Paris 
( Paris ) 

Paris is a world-class city that probably has more familiar landmarks than almost any other city in the world. This morning, see them during the included city tour. View the famous Arc de Triomphe, Opéra, Eiffel Tower, Champs Elysées, and much more with a Local Guide. In the afternoon, feel like a French aristocrat as you join the optional walking tour through the immense Palace of Versailles. Tonight, consider joining the optional farewell dinner. (B) 

Day 11: Paris–London, England. 
( London Paris ) 

Relax and let the countryside whiz by on the road north to the coast, where you board your Channel ferry. Through Kent to London for an evening arrival. (B) 
 

Grossmunster

The Grossmünster ("great minster") is a Romanesque-style Protestant church in Zurich, Switzerland. It is one of the three major churches in the city (the others being the Fraumünster and St. Peterskirche). The core of the present building near the banks.

Munster Bridge

The Grossmünster ("great minster") is a Romanesque-style Protestant church in Zurich, Switzerland. It is one of the three major churches in the city (the others being the Fraumünster and St. Peterskirche). The core of the present building near the banks.

Rhine Falls

The falls are located on the Upper Rhine between the municipalities of Neuhausen am Rheinfall and Laufen-Uhwiesen, near the town of Schaffhausen in northern Switzerland, between the cantons of Schaffhausen and Zürich.

Schlossli Worth Castle

The castle Woerth (Swiss German Schlössli Worth) is the 12th Century, this castle, which stands on a small island in the Rhine basin of the Rhine Falls at Neuhausen, the Rhine Falls in Schaffhausen, Switzerland. The castle is now used as a restaurant.

St Peter’s church

St. Peter is one of the four main churches of the old town of Zurich, Switzerland, besides Grossmünster, Fraumünster and Predigerkirche. Located next to the Lindenhof hill, site of the former Roman castle, it was built on the site of a temple to Iuppiter

Lake Luzern

Lake Lucerne (German: Vierwaldstättersee, lit. "Lake of the Four Forested Cantons") is a lake in central Switzerland and the fourth largest in the country. The lake has a complicated shape, with bends and arms reaching from the city of Lucerne into the mountains. It has a total area of 114 km² (44 sq mi), an elevation of 434 m (1,424 ft), and a maximum depth of 214 m (702 ft). Its volume is 11.8 km³. Much of the shoreline rises steeply into mountains up to 1,500 m above the lake, resulting in many picturesque views including those of Mount Rigi and Mount Pilatus.

Fritschi Fountain

The ornate and attractive Fritschi Fountain dates from 1918. Fritschi, a legendary 15th century character whose body is said to be buried under the fountain, gives rise to certain traditions

Chapel Bridge

The Chapel Bridge (“Kapellbrücke” in German) is a 204 m (670 ft) long bridge crossing the Reuss River in the city of Lucerne in Switzerland. It is the oldest wooden covered bridge in Europe, and one of Switzerland’s main tourist attractions.

Swiss Transport Museum

The Swiss Transport Museum or Verkehrshaus der Schweiz, in Lucerne, is a museum, opened in July 1959 and exhibiting all forms of transport (including locomotives, automobiles, ships, and aircraft) as well as communications. The museum also maintains a large collection of work by Hans Erni, a local painter and sculptor.

Interlaken

Interlaken is a municipality in the Interlaken-Oberhasli administrative district in the Canton of Bern in Switzerland, a well-known tourist destination in the Bernese Oberland. The town is located on the Bödeli, between Lake Thun and Lake Brienz, and alongside the Aar river that flows between the two lakes. Transport routes to the east and west alongside the lakes are complemented by a route south into the mountains following the Lütschine river.

Interlaken OST Station

Interlaken Ost (East) is the main station in the town of Interlaken in the region of Bern, Switzerland. The town has one other station, Interlaken West. Interlaken Ost is currently served by five operators, Berner Oberland Bahn, Zentralbahn, BLS, SBB-CFF
 
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