14 days 10 countries Western Europe

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14 days 10 countries Western Europe:

Italy, Vatican, Austria, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, France, Britain

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14 days 10 countries Western Europe

Italy, Vatican,Austria, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, France,Britain

DAY 1: Hometown – Italy(Rome)

Flight from hometown tothe capital of Italy, Rome.

DAY 2: Rome (D)

Upon arrival, transportto the airport for dinner.

Hotel: Holiday Inn RomeEur Parco Dei Medici or similar

DAY 3: Roma Vatican – St.Peter Basilica – St. Peter Square – Trevi Fountain – Roman Forum – Colosseum -Arch of Canstantine – The Leaning tower of Pisa Florence (B/D)

    Vatican: It is one of Europe’s existing small independentcountry. Vatican is also the center of Catholic influence.

    St. Peter’s Basilica: St. Peter Basilica is the world’s firstcathedral.

St.Peter’s Square: Considered the matrix of all the churches, it iswelcome to all Catholics.

    Colosseum:The symbol of the city, the Colosseum is one ofthe world’s eight major attractions. Historically, Roman gladiators would fightagainst others and wild beasts at the Colosseum.

    Constantino Arch: The unique artistic architectural form serves toexpress creativity.

    The Fabulous TreviFountain: The famous shooting site of “La Dolce Vita”. Itis said that all wishes made at the fountain will come true.

    The Leaning tower of Pisa It is situated behind Pisa’s cathedral andis the third oldest structure in the city’s Cathedral Square. Known worldwidefor its unintended tilt.

Hotel: Hilton FlorenceMetropole or similar

DAY 4Florence – Basilica di Santa Maria DelFiore – Piazza Della Signoria – Ponte Vesschio – Venice – Bridge of Sighs – St.Marco Basilica – Doge’s Palace – Gondola (optional)(B/D)

    Florence is an important medieval European cultural,commercial and financial center, and once the capital of Italy after thereunification. Florence is considered the birthplace of the Renaissance, thecradle of art and architecture, and its historic center is listed as a worldcultural heritage.

    Cathedral of Santa Mariadel Fiore is Florence’s most famous buildings, the famousEuropean university. Its huge dome, in Florence can be seen anywhere. The domewas built 600 years later, is still the world’s largest dome built with bricksand mortar.

    Piazza Della Signoria is one of the city’s oldest buildings, built in1059, its import and export of three groups engraved with fine relief of thebronze doors, was Michael Anne Luo called “paradise of the door”

    Ponte Vesschio is the focus of the origin and history of theRepublic of Florence, still enjoy the reputation of the city’s politicalcenter. There are mercenaries on the square loggia, Uffizi Museum of Art, thecourt of businessmen and the ancient palace of Oguni.

Venice the world-famous Watertown, which consists of 118 islands andsmall islands, with 400 small bridges coherent together. The New York Timesdescribed it as “the most beautiful man-made city,” and Time magazinepraised Venice as one of Europe’s most romantic cities.

    Bridge of Sighs connected to the two ends of the court and theprison, death row through the bridge when the moment before execution, becausethe sigh is about to end the name of life; Venice is the most famous bridge.

    St. Mark’s Cathedral is the Catholic Cathedral of Venice, Italy, isthe Catholic Pontifical Sanctuary, is one of the world’s leading churches, andis the famous Byzantine architecture, is also the seat of the Patriarch ofVenice.

    Doge’s Palace The central square of Venice, Italy; favored bytourists, photographers and pigeons. 19th century French emperor Napoleon oncepraised it as “Europe’s most beautiful living room.”

    Gondola (optional) Venice, Italy is unique and the most representative ofthe traditional boating, the hull full of black, by a boatman standing in thestern paddling. For centuries, Gondola is the main means of transport inVenice.

Hotel: Sheraton Padovaor similar

DAY 5: Venice – (Austria)INNSBRUCK – Goldren Roof – Old Town – Swarovski Crystal Gallery (B/D)

    Venice: Made from 118 nearby islands, the city’smain transportation is its unique gondola.

Goldren Roof: TheGoldenes Dachl is a landmark structure located in the Old Town section ofInnsbruck, Austria. It is considered the city’s most famous symbol.

    Swarovski Crystal Gallery: The Swarovski Crystal Worlds is a museum, located in Wattens. Themuseum was built in 1995 in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Austriabased crystal company Swarovski.

Hotel: AlphotelInnsbruck or similar

DAY 6: Innsbruck(Liechtenstein) Vaduz (Swiss) Lucerne – Lion Monument – Chapel Bridge – SwissWatches Showroom (B/D)

    Vaduz is the best known town internationally inthe principality. The town, which is located along the Rhine River, has about5,100 residents as of 2009. The most prominent landmark of Vaduz is VaduzCastle, the home of the reigning prince of Liechtenstein and the Liechtensteinprincely family. The castle is visible from almost any location in Vaduz, beingperched atop a steep hill in the middle of the city.

    Lion Monument: The statue of a wounded lion in Lucerne is builtto commemorate the defense of Paris Tuileries in 1792.

    Chapel Bridge was built in 1408, the bridge has painted aboutLucerne’s history, but also the Bridge towers built on both sides of the bridgerailing placed a pot pots of flowers, seemingly a flower gallery, also known astowers Huaqiao..

Hotel: Astoria Hotel orsimilar

DAY 7: Lucerne (Optional:Mountain Titlis / Lucerne Lake Cruise) (Germany) Heidelberg Castle – Frankfurt(B / D)

    Titlis: The world’s largest snow-capped mountains, takethe world’s first 360-degree rotating crane, boarded an altitude of 10,000 feetof Titlis to enjoy the beautiful scenery at own cost.

    Heidelberg Castle: Heidelberg castle is located 200 meters abovethe Neckar River. It is not only a proud medieval castle, but also a Europe’soldest educational institution of Heidelberg University.

Hotel: Hilton Garden InnFrankfurt Airport or similar

DAY 8: Frankfurt – Roma Square- (Optional: Rhine River Cruise) – Cologne-Koln Cathedral (Take photo ofExterior) (Holland) Amsterdam (B / D)

    Frankfurt: Germany’s most important securities trading andinternational financial center, the German Federal Bank (Germany’s centralbank) and the European Central Bank’s headquarters.

    Roma Plaza: Frankfurt’s most famous square is the onlysquare that still retains the medieval streets.

    Koln Cathedral: Germany’s most famous church, is also thehighest Gothic church in Europe, was included in the world’s cultural heritage.

Hotel: Schiphol A4 HotelAmsterdam or similar

DAY 9: Amsterdam – ZaanseSchans Windmills – Clog Factory – Dam Square – Canal Cruise – Diamond Factory -Red Night District (B / D)

    Zaanse Schans Windmills: Windmills, clogs, tulips are the firstimpression of most people in the Netherlands, in the windmill village you cansee these three symbols of the Dutch.

    Canal Cruise: In Amsterdam city, river network is staggered,taking a canal cruise is the best way around the city.

    Diamond Factory: The world’s leading diamond cutting technology.

Hotel: Schiphol A4 HotelAmsterdam or similar

DAY 10: Amsterdam (Belgium)Brussels – Grand Place – Manneken Pis (France) Paris (B / D)

    Grand Place Brussels, the city center square, the square is surroundedby Gothic, Renaissance, Louis XIV style buildings surrounded by, the tallestbuilding is the town hall, a typical Gothic architecture.

    Manneken Pis the famous boy statue is a statue and fountainin the pedestrian area of the city center. This little child statue, but nearlyfour hundred years of history.

Hotel: Mercure Paris LaDefense or similar

DAY 11: Paris – Louvre Museum(entre and guiding included)– Free at Leisure – Printemps – (Optional: Paris byNight) (B/D)

    Louvre Museum: Originally a French royal palace that has beentransformed into a museum, housing many art collections.

(Noted: No compensation willbe given if the Louvre Museum is closed.)

Hotel: Mercure Paris LaDefense or similar

DAY 12Paris – City Tour:(Notre Dame – Arc de Triomphe – Place deConcorde – Champs Elysees – Eiffel Tower – Euro Star (England) London (B/D)

    Eiffel Tower: A masterpiece in the world architecturalhistory, is an important attraction and prominent landmark of France andParis.

    Notre Dame Cathedral: Widely considered as one of the finest examplesof French Gothic architecture in the world.

    Triumphal Arch: Built to commemorate the victory of the war inEurope for rulers to show off their achievements.

    Champs Elysees: The French has claimed it to be the mostbeautiful avenue in the world.

Euro-Star: London toParis only takes 2 hrs 15 mins

DAY 13Paris – City Tour:(Notre Dame – Arc de Triomphe – Place deConcorde – Champs Elysees – Eiffel Tower – Euro Star (England) London (B/D)

    Eiffel Tower: A masterpiece in the world architecturalhistory, is an important attraction and prominent landmark of France andParis.

    Notre Dame Cathedral: Widely considered as one of the finest examplesof French Gothic architecture in the world.

    Triumphal Arch: Built to commemorate the victory of the war inEurope for rulers to show off their achievements.

    Champs Elysees: The French has claimed it to be the mostbeautiful avenue in the world.

Euro-Star: London toParis only takes 2 hrs 15 mins

DAY 14Paris – City Tour:(Notre Dame – Arc de Triomphe – Place deConcorde – Champs Elysees – Eiffel Tower – Euro Star (England) London (B/D)

    Eiffel Tower: A masterpiece in the world architectural history, is an important attraction and prominent landmark of France and Paris.

    Notre Dame Cathedral: Widely considered as one of the finest examplesof French Gothic architecture in the world.

    Triumphal Arch: Built to commemorate the victory of the war inEurope for rulers to show off their achievements.

    Champs Elysees: The French has claimed it to be the mostbeautiful avenue in the world.

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