A journey that most Filipinos will truly be delighted to be part of. Visit and experience the highlights of Europe that will turn the bleak recollection of the names of the places that were mentioned in a lot of history classes during academes. See with your own eyes the iconic Eiffel Tower, The Leaning Tower of Pisa, The Louvre, and so much more!
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|START DATES||May 6, August 19, and October 27, 2023|
|RETURN DATES||May 21, September 2, and November 11, 2023|
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- A non refundable deposit of $ 500 is required upon reservation for our airline reservation together with passport valid for 6 months from date of departure.
- Please note that this itinerary is subjected to change depending on some unforeseen factors: Re-flight schedule, border crossing, procedure duration, weather, security situation and the like.
- Full payment is required 60 days before departure.
- Cancellation 60 days before scheduled trip
- Minimum of 25 pax to go
Day 1: Manila - Rome
Depart Manila on a prestigious airline for your flight to Italy, Rome. Enjoy in-flight meals and entertainment on board.
Day 2: Rome (D)
Welcome to Rome! After immigration clearance at the airport, convey your luggage and board your private coach. Then proceed to hotel for check in and rest.
Day 3: Rome (B, D)
On this day, get ready to explore the eternal city of Rome and Vatican with a local expert guide to introduce the most noticeable highlights of the city which includes Vatican Square, St. Peter’s Basilica and view of the Colosseum, Arch of Constantine, Roman Forum, Monument Vittorio, Emmanuelle II, Piazza de Venezia, Circus Maximus, the famous Fountain of Trevi and the Spanish Steps. To balance the afternoon, enjoy your free time for your own leisure. Then proceed to the hotel for check-in
Day 4: Rome - Assis - Pisa (B, D)
After breakfast, drive to Assisi for an orientation tour of this city and visit the Upper and Lower of the Basilica of St. Francis. Afterwards, continue to Pisa and be amazed by this beautiful city of Pisa. A photo stop at Leaning Tower of Pisa, one of the most remarkable architectural structures from medieval Europe. Also, a view of Piazza dei Miracoli, Pisa Baptistry. Then proceed to hotel for check-in.
Day 5: Pisa - Venice Island - Venice Mester (B, D)
After breakfast, drive to Venice Tronchetto pier for your boat ride to romantic city of Venice Island. Visit to San Marco Square and admire Doge’s Palace, Byzantine St. Mark’s Cathedral, The Bell Tower, The Clock Tower and the Bridge of Sighs. Later on, visit to a world-famous glassblowing factor of Murano to watch glassblowing and sculpture techniques. Then proceed to Venice Mestre for hotel check-in.
Day 6: Venice Mestre - Verona - Wattens - Innsbruck (B, D)
After breakfast, travel to Verona, the romantic city of Love. It’s famous for being the setting of Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet.” A 14th-century residence with a tiny balcony overlooking a courtyard is said to be “Juliet’s House.” Discover why Shakespeare wrote about the city and why UNESCO listed it as a World Heritage Site as you walk past monuments, busy squares, and quaint alleyways. Then head to the Verona Arena, Juliet’s House and other interesting attractions. Then cross the Austrian boarder towards Wattens and visit the Swarovski Kristallwelten. Then re-board your coach for Tyrolean capital of Innsbruck, see the Golden Roof the famous symbol of the city, Maria-Theresian Shopping strip. Visit the Grand 18th-century baroque cathedral Dom St. Jacob. Then hotel check-in and diner.
Day 7: Innsbruck - Vaduz - Sankt Gallen - Zurich (B, D)
This day, enjoy the beautiful countryside from Austria to Switzerland with stop in Vaduz the capital of Liechtenstein and see the Vaduz Castle the palace and official residence of the Prince of Liechtenstein which overlooks from an adjacent hilltop. Afterwards, drive to St. Gallen, a city south of Lake Constance (Bodensee), in northeastern Switzerland. Visit the Chiesa di San Lorenzo, St. Gallen Cathedral, Abbey Library of Saint Gal, Abbey of St. Gal. The library, as well as the Abbey of St. Gal, were designated a World Heritage Site, as “an outstanding example of a large Carolingian monastery, one of the most important cultural centres in Europe.” In the afternoon, drive to Zurich. Welcome to Zurich! Comes as no surprise that it’s often labelled as the most expensive city in the world. Photo stop in Munsterbrucke, it’s a pedestrian and road bridge in Zurich’s old town. And not too far, walk towards Lindenhof, a square in Altsadt. It overlooks the Limmat River and the Old Town. And transfer to hotel for check-in and dinner
Day 8: Zurick - Engelberg - Lucerne - Zurich (B, D)
After breakfast, travel to Engelberg and experience a mind-blowing day in the snow at one of the lovely mountain resorts of Mount Titlis in Switzerland with 10,623ft high above sea level. Take the world’s first rotating cable car and be amazed to the spectacular view up to the summit of Mt. Titlis and enjoy the Illuminated Glacier Cave, experience the Titlis Cliff Walk – the highest elevation suspension bridge in Europe. Afterwards, transfer to Lucerne and love the relaxed day to see the emotive Lion Monument carved into a limestone cliff, walk to the symbolic Kapellbrucke or Chapel Bridge a covered wooden footbridge across the Reuss, and explore the beautiful Old Town on your own free time, there you can have your way to shop the famous Swiss products like Swiss chocolates, Swiss knives, Bally shoes and watches. Then back to Zurich for hotel check-in and dinner.
Day 9: Zurich - Shaffhausen - Titisee - Colmar - Strasbourg (B, D)
A great morning to start the day with photo stop at The Rhine Falls in Schaffhausen before leaving Switzerland then cross the German border to Titisee in Black Forest area which is famous for its Cuckoo Clock industry. Afterwards, drive to Colmar, its old town has cobblestone streets lined with half-timbered medieval and early Renaissance buildings. Enjoy walking tour to include The Gothic 13th-century, Eglise Saint-Martin Church stands on central Palace de la Cathedrale, Adolph House, Manneken-Pis de Colmar, Old Town Colmar, Ancienne Douane, La Petite Venise. Proceed to Strasbourg for your hotel check-in and dinner.
Day 10: Strasbourge - Nancy - Paris
After breakfast, explore the richest city in Alsace with its historical and architectural heritage. See the UNESCO listed Grand Ile, Strasbour Cathedral and Palais Rohan, stroll around La Petite France and along the canals. Afterwards, continue to the beautiful city of Nancy, known for its late batoque and art nouveau landmarks. See the Place Stanisla, a large pedestrianized square in the French city of Nancy, The Museum of Fine Arts, Place de la Carriere, Parque de la Pepiniere, etc. Then travel towards the vibrant Paris. Then check-in to hotel and dinner.
Day 11: Paris (B, D)
On this day, explore the captivating city of Paris. See the highlights of the city includes both banks of the River Seine: The Place de la Concorde, Champs Elysees, Notre Dame Cathedral, Arc du Triomphe, Les Invalides, Louvre Museum, Opera House and the famous Eiffel Tower and River Seine Bateaux Mouche Cruise. Afternoon, free time to explore the city on your own pace. Perhaps, take the best time for your shopping at the largest department store in France, the Galleries La Fayette. Then back to hotel.
Day 12: Paris - La Vallee Village - Metz - Luxembourg (B, D)
After breakfast, drive to La Valle Outlet for shopping. An elegant outdoor shopping center featuring over 100 luxury and premium brand outlet stores. Afterwards, transfer to Metz, a city in France’s northeastern Grand Est region, with gardens and leafy promenades along the Moselle and Sielle rivers. Visit the Old Town, the Gothic Metz Cathedral is famed for its massive amount of stained glass windows, many by noted artists. Afterwards drive to Luxembourg for hotel check-in and dinner
Day 13: Luxembourg - Brussels - Amsterdam (B, D)
After breakfast, travel through the Belgian border to Brussels and stop in Heysel Plateau for photos of the Atomium and discover one of Belgium’s most iconic structures, a modernist work of art that was created for Expo ’58 before going to the magnificent Grance Place, one of the most beautiful square in the world surrounded by opulent guildhalls and two larger edifices, the City’s Town Hall, and the King’s House and see the famous emblem of the city the Mannekin Pis. Some free time on your own before heading to Amsterdam.
Day 14: Amsterdam - Zaanse Schans - Volendam - Katwoude - Amsterdam (B, D)
After your buffet breakfast at the hotel, discover Holland with visit to the traditional windmill village of Zaanse Schans with its characteristic green wooden houses and windmills and get a feel for life in the 19th-century Netherlands. Then to experience the best of the country with visit to the Cheese and Clogs Factory, photo stop at a traditional windmill, then excursion to Volendam and visit the Fisherman Traditional Village which is famous for its splendid harbour, fishing trade, authentic Dutch character and traditional clothing. Afterwards, transfer to Katwoude, for an orientation tour. Visit the Irene Hoeve, a former farm that now caters to tourists, there are cheese making and wooden shoe making demonstrations by ladies in traditional Volendam costume. Afterwards, return to the city to visit Royal Coster Diamonds, the oldest diamond polishing factory in the world, then board your Canal Cruise aboard a glass-roofed boat and admire the beautiful Amsterdam canals and don’t miss out the awareness of walking along the famous Red Light District of Amsterdam. Then back to the hotel.
Day 15: Amsterdam - Manila
Your memorable journey comes to an end today. Enjoy your buffet breakfast and some free time before your departure transfer to airport for your flight back home
Day 16: Manila
Arrival in Manila, HOME SWEET HOME!
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