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European Panorama: 9 Countries 15 Days Boutique Tour【Departure and finish in Paris, includes Pick-up at the airport】(trip code:OTEU-SN15P

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Visiting countries/cities/attractions
France, Switzerland, Italy, Vatican, Monaco, Luxembourg, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium

booking process
Online booking → Online payment → Order confirmation (within 1 working day) → Visa processing → Confirmation letter sent (5 days before departure) → Enjoy your trip!

Payment methods
Online payment: Debit card in the UK (no fee), most credit cards worldwide (2% fee).

Pay by phone: Some dual currency credit cards in China can be paid by phone as the billing address is not available in Chinese.

Bank transfer: Please make sure that you register online first, either through the bank counter or online (please try to pay by instant bank transfer). 

Information for applicants

The dates on the website are all confirmed and payment in full is required. Please do not book any transportation or hotel before you receive the confirmation letter to avoid unnecessary trouble and loss when the tour is full.

Recommended connecting transport and hotels
Long distance bus bookings and price timings.

For train ticket bookings and price times.

Hotel reservations.
Pick-up point.

Free pick-up from Aéroport international Charles de Gaulle from 09:00-18:00 on the day of embarkation
Note: The coach is not a train, metro or other rail transport, and is subject to traffic conditions and weather, so the pick-up time is an estimate.

This tour includes a complimentary pick-up service from 10:00 - 18:00. If your flight time is within this time frame, please inform us of your flight information at least 7 days prior to travel. If this is not provided in time, no arrangement will be made and no refund will be given for complimentary items.
If your flight does not fall within the complimentary pick-up times, an overtime charge of £15 per person will apply, based on the flight information provided at least 7 days prior to your travel date. If you are unable to enjoy the pick-up service due to your own reasons or flight delays, please take responsibility.

Warm Tips

The final pick-up route of the vehicle will be based on the data of the customer's pick-up point. Please make sure not to change the pick-up and drop-off locations temporarily to avoid unnecessary loss and trouble.

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Price includes

1、Transportation: Omega's exclusive travel fleet, provides nearly 100 various luxury tour buses(17-63 seets ). Will adjust to 5-17 commercial vehicle if group member is few.

2、Hotel:  3-star hotel. Standard double room, triple room and family room.

3、Tour guides: exclusive elite guide team, 5-star top senior tour guide, professional and wonderful interaction.

4、Driver: full-time professional bus driver, safe and secure driving.

Price does NOT include

1、Tickets for attractions: The above itinerary is free of any disguised shopping or compulsory sightseeing, please choose to buy tickets for your favorite attractions.

2、City tax for some cities in Italy, from €6-€18.

3、Tip: standard-- €4  per person per day 

4、Single room supplement: €455 per person (If you require a single room, you need to pay the single room supplement, which should be purchased for the whole trip).

5、Travel insurance: we strongly recommend the guests to buy travel insurance to protect the individual travel process in the event of illness, financial loss and other unexpected circumstances, in case they can claim to the insurance company.

6、Lunch and dinner

7、Other consumption: visa, airline tickets, hairdressing, TV and other expenses are not included in the "price includes".

Optional ancillary program and admission prices

Sãn Paulo: 10 euros per person.

Titlis cable car : 92 Swiss francs per person.

Papal Palace: 11 euros per person.

Gondola boat: 25 euros per person.

Colosseum: €17 per person

Palace of Versailles: €18 per person

Cologne Cathedral into the Hall of Treasures: €4 per person

Rhine river cruise: €25 per person

Admission to the Louvre Museum: €15 per person (group booking not included)

Seine river cruise: €25/person (evening, inclusive ticket, booking fee)

Glass tour boat: €16 per person

Nightclub adult show: 60€/person (evening, approx. 1H)

View of the Flower Street: €15 per person (evening)

French dinner: €65 per person (seafood plate, French escargot, foie gras, main course, red wine, dessert)

Moulin Rouge nightclub: €140 per person (ticket booking fee, waiter's tip, champagne, private car return)

(Prices are subject to seasonal changes and without notice)

Compulsory items
Venice tourist tax, tourist tax varies according to the number of people in the group, reference: over 30 people * 16€/person, under 30 people * 20€/person.

Rome entry tax, tourist tax varies according to the number of people in the group, for reference: over 30 people * 12€ per person, under 30 people * 18€ per person.
Florence tourist tax, which varies according to the number of people in the group, for reference: over 30 people * 10€ per person, under 30 people * 16€ per person.
Tourist tax in Pisa, which varies according to the number of people in the group, for reference: over 20 people * 6€ per person, under 20 people * 12€ per person.

Ticketing service
Omega can purchase tickets for the following attractions, please fill in the form when completing your application (all tickets purchased through Omega are for adults)

Tickets to the Titlis Snow Mountain are €80 per person, CHF 92 on site.

If you cancel or reschedule your tour due to personal reasons, the following fees will be deducted based on the date you send the email confirming your cancellation.

Refund, the standard deduction for necessary expenses is.
15 days before departure, 10% of the total cost of the tour is charged. 
14 - 8 days prior to departure, 40% of the total tour cost is charged.
7-0 days prior to the tour, 100% of the total tour cost is charged.

Date Change, The standard deduction for necessary expenses is.
30 days or more before departure: one free change of dates (one chance per order, reschedule according to normal terms and conditions).
15 days or more before the tour, 5% of the total tour price will be charged for rescheduling.
14 - 8 days prior to departure, 30% of the total tour cost for rescheduling.
7-0 days prior to the tour, 100% of the total tour cost is charged.

Transfer of places to other people.
1、If you are unable to participate in this tour for personal reasons and need to transfer your place to another person, please notify us in writing at least 7 days before the tour and we will try our best to arrange it without any charge.
2, If we have issued visa documents for guests who have booked for the first time but are unable to join the tour, we will charge the transferring party £70 per person for the visa documents, regardless of whether the transferee requires visa documents or not.

Refund from a tour due to visa refusal. 
If you have submitted complete and accurate visa documents at the right time, but the visa is refused by the embassy without any reason, we will only deduct a £25 processing fee if you notify us by email and present the official letter of refusal at least five days (not including the fifth day) before departure.

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Pick up and check in to your hotel

Full day
We will arrange a free pick-up service from Aéroport international Charles de Gaulle from 09:00am to 18:00am on the same day and transfer you directly to your hotel in Paris for check-in. You will then be transferred directly to your hotel in Paris for check-in and to relieve your tiredness from the journey.


1) If you need to be picked up and have purchased a ticket, please include your arrival flight information in the other requirements section of the application form. If you do not need to be picked up, please check in at the hotel we have booked for you.

2) We offer a free pick-up service from 09:00am to 18:00. The free pick-up time refers to the time when the staff arrive at the airport to wait for your departure, not the time of your flight. It usually takes 1-2 hours for your flight to arrive and be cleared for departure. If your flight arrives earlier than 8am or later than 18:00 pm, you will still need to be picked up for an additional £15 per person. (Please provide accurate flight information at least 7 days prior to travel. If you fail to provide the correct information in time or provide incorrect information, you will be responsible for any additional costs incurred. The complimentary pick-up service is arranged on a one-off basis only. If the service is changed at short notice, additional arrangements will have to be made at an additional cost and you should check with your travel agent in advance to see if this can be arranged.)

(3) Paris hotels usually check in after 14:00, if your flight arrives too early, we will send you to the hotel lobby to wait until after 14:00, please understand.

  • Breakfast:self-catered
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Buses
  • Hotel: Contains


Full day
Meet and greet and depart for Zurich. 

Zurich is the largest city in Switzerland, the centre of industry, commerce, finance and culture and has been continuously ranked as the best city in the world to live in. It is also the most fashionable and innovative city in the world. As well as being trendy, Zurich is a large city with a unique small-town charm.

The Bahnhofstrasse is Zurich"s liveliest street, with its many shops and famous brands, making it a great place for shopping and eye-candy. Rumour has it that some people fly halfway around the world to spend an afternoon shopping on Zurich"s famous Bahnhofstrasse because they long for it. This 1.4 km long boulevard is a mecca for the world"s most famous brands, with shops lined with antique treasures, expensive furs, watches, jewellery and intoxicating French perfumes.

Lake Zurich
Lake Zurich is a famous Swiss lake of ice erosion. It stretches from the city of Zurich to the south-east in the north-eastern part of the Swiss plateau. The lake is 406 metres above sea level. It is crescent-shaped, extending 29 km from south-east to north-west, 1-4 km wide and covers an area of 88 km². It is deeper in the north-west, with a maximum depth of 143 metres. The south-east is shallower. The gently sloping shores of the lake are dotted with vineyards and orchards and there are long views of the Alps to the south.

Lake Zurich is extremely scenic, with medieval pebble paths along the river for walking around the lake, swimming, picnicking, sunbathing and boat trips around the lake. The lake is home to many water birds, swans, ducks etc.

  • Breakfast:included
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Buses
  • Hotel: Contains

Zurich → Lucerne (Lucerne) → Alps (Titlis) → Verona

Full day
Lucerne is known as Switzerland"s most beautiful and desirable tourist city, and the most popular Swiss holiday destination. Lucerne is a city of history and culture, where artists have been endlessly inspired. Throughout history, many famous writers have lived and written here.

Lucerne (Luzern)
Lucerne, also known as Luzern, is located in central Switzerland. It is said to be the most beautiful and desirable tourist city in Switzerland. Lucerne is a city of culture and artists have been inspired by it. Throughout history, many famous writers have lived and written here.

Lucerne has always been a traditional Swiss tourist destination. Many old medieval buildings remain today. The Capel Bridge crosses the river Reuss, which runs through the city, and there are many outdoor cafés along its banks. Masks of all kinds can be found on the streets, and the city"s old narrow streets and squares are full of shops to stop at. Not only can you enjoy the relaxed atmosphere here, but you can also enjoy the fun and excitement of the city during the Fasnacht and MardiGras carnivals. The beautiful lake, the Alps and the medieval architecture are all in harmony. The picturesque scenery is breathtaking. In winter, Lucerne is also a famous ski resort, attracting skiers from all over the world. Beautiful fields, charming country roads, magnificent snow-capped mountains and old towns. ...... Everything is just right.

The snow-capped Alps (Titlis)
Situated in the Alps, Mount Titlis is located in the famous Swiss ski and spa resort of Ingeborg, about 33 km south of Lucerne. At 3,238 metres, it is the highest peak in central Switzerland, with a year-round snowy summit and the only glacier in the region that can be climbed in less than an hour. The only glacier in the region that can be climbed in less than an hour. The only way to truly appreciate the beauty of the Alps is to stand at the top of a snowy mountain! (Children"s tickets available on site for CHF 46)
From 4 to 15 November 2019 the Terez Snow Mountain is closed for maintenance, please do not purchase tickets for the Terez Snow Mountain if you register for this time period.
A gentle reminder: temperatures are cooler at the top of the mountain, visitors can rent cold-weather clothing and anti-slip boots at the valley cable car station or at the summit cable car station. It is a good idea to wear sunglasses on the mountain, as it is easy to become snow blind after long hours of enjoying the snowy scenery.

  • Breakfast:included
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Buses
  • Hotel: Contains

Verona → Venice

Full day
After breakfast, transfer by car to the pier for the transfer of the passenger boat (approx. 30 minutes) to Venice, a city of less than 8 square kilometres.

Transfer to the dock (approx. 30 minutes) for the transfer to Venice, a city of less than 8 square kilometres, cut up by a spider"s web of canals into more than 100 small islands, connected only by 400 bridges of various kinds. In this ,city of water,, the Grand Canal runs in an S-shape through the entire city, and along this ,longest street in Venice, you can admire nearly 200 palaces, mansions and seven churches along its shores, most of them built between the 14th and 16th centuries, in Byzantine, Gothic, Baroque and Venetian styles. Most of them were built between the 14th and 16th centuries, in Byzantine, Gothic, Baroque and Venetian styles, and look like a gallery of art rising from the water. The cruise ends at St Mark"s Square, where you can start your day with an in-depth tour of Venice.

St Marco"s Square
More than 200 years after Napoleon called Piazza San Marco "the most beautiful living room in Europe", this terraced square on the Grand Canal has retained its charm. From New Year"s Day to Carnival to Christmas, the Venetians have been organising festivals in St Mark"s Square, and even on normal days, people from all over the world come to the square to enjoy the sights and sounds.

St Marco"s Basilica
St Mark"s Basilica is one of the most prestigious cathedrals in Christendom, with a breathtaking exterior and interior decoration. The church contains a collection of thorns said to have been taken from the crown of flowers worn by Christ, countless gold and silver jewels, and the church itself, which is of great architectural and artistic value, is an immeasurable treasure.

Optional items and admission prices: St Mark"s Basilica €5 per person (admission prices are subject to seasonal changes and are subject to change without notice)

St Marco"s Bell Tower
The Bell Tower is part of St Mark"s Basilica and, at 98.6 metres, is the tallest building in Venice. As the beacon of the city on the lagoon, it has long been regarded by Venetians as the undisputed "master of the house" of Venice, more so than St Mark"s Basilica itself. You can take the lift to the top to see the city of Venice and you can even look out over the beautiful Alps to the north-west.

Ancillary items and admission prices: St Mark"s Bell Tower 8€ per person (admission prices are subject to seasonal change without notice)

Bridge of Sighs
Built in 1603 in the early Baroque style, the Bridge of Sighs is in the shape of a house and is closed off to avoid the view of passers-by, with only two small windows opening onto the side of the canal. After the felon"s trial at the Governor"s Palace, he was taken to the dungeon on the east side of the Palace, and when he crossed the bridge, which was like a cage for his body, it was like stepping into a dungeon beforehand, and the prisoner let out a sigh of relief. There is also a legend that a prisoner on death row sighed deeply when he saw his former lover making out with his new lover at the other end of the bridge. The Bridge of Sighs has since become a place for lovers to witness their love, and it is said that if they kiss under the bridge, they will be together for life. The film "A Little Romance" was set here.

The Crystal Glass Factory in Venice
The glassworks of the Venice Crystal Glass Factory are a masterpiece of glassmaking, with exquisite glassware sold all over the world. The glassworks in Venice are not only beautiful in appearance but also of the highest quality. The artisans add metal to the glass material to make it unbreakable, even if it is accidentally dropped on the floor, it will remain intact.

Free time: During the free time, you can enjoy a gondola boat ride on your own expense and enjoy the scenery of the water city.

  • Breakfast:included
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Buses
  • Hotel: Contains

Rome → Vatican

Full day
After breakfast, visit Rome, the capital of Italy, nicknamed the ,Eternal City, and the ,City of Many Cities,.
Rome is the capital of Italy, nicknamed the ,Eternal City, and the ,City of Many Cities, because of its long history. The city"s ancient architecture (the Flavian amphitheatre, the Colosseum, the Colosseum, the Circus, the Temple of Panteion, the public baths of Diocletian, etc.) and artistic treasures.

The Roman Colosseum
Of all the monumental buildings in Rome, the Colosseum is one of the most breathtaking. It was the place where gladiators fought for their lives, prisoners fought hungry lions and was the great symbol of eternal Rome. The British historian Beda Venerabilis (c. 673-735) wrote: ,When the Colosseum stands, Rome will exist; when it falls, Rome will fall.,
Optional items and ticket prices: Colosseum 17€ per person (tickets subject to seasonal changes and without notice)

Constantine"s Arch of Triumph
Constantine"s Arch of Triumph was built to commemorate Constantine the Great"s victory over his rival Maxentius at the Battle of Milvian Bridge (northwest of today"s Villa Borghese) in 312 AD, uniting the Roman Empire. The triumphal arch is 25.7 metres long, 7.4 metres wide and 21 metres high, with three arches, and is made of Roman cement. Most of the sculptures on the Arch are in relief and were collected from the buildings of successive emperors, the most famous of which are the eight reliefs at the top, which were removed from the monument to the Emperor Marcus Aurelius. When Napoleon came to Rome, he saw the Arc de Triomphe and was so impressed that he used it as a model for the Arc de Triomphe in Paris.

Trevi Fountain (Wishing Fountain)
The Trevi Fountain was immortalised by Fellini"s film La Dolce Vita. The fountain"s sculptures of seahorses, one violent and one gentle, symbolise the vagaries of the sea and the wonders of fate - throw a coin into the pool with your left hand around your right shoulder and you"ll return to Rome in search of romance; put in two and you"ll fall in love with an Italian; put in three and you"ll marry him. If you have other wishes, make them all at once.

Vatican is the world"s smallest tourist destination, a mere 0.44 square kilometres of land, but full of energy. When the Pope speaks, his words immediately become the creed of more than a billion Catholics around the world, and Vatican is the last of the Papal States. For more than 1,000 years, the Papal States included Rome and much of central Italy, but after the unification of Italy in 1861, the Pope was forced to abandon his territory. Relations between Italy and the landless papacy were always tense until 1929 when Mussolini and Pius D. signed the Lateran Treaty, which formally established the Vatican State. The Vatican Museum is a collection of works of art, mostly from the Renaissance, such as Michelangelo"s Genesis and The Last Supper, and is well worth a visit. Of course, the museum"s architecture is also worthy of praise, in addition to its collections.

Basilica di San Pietro in Vatican
The Basilica di San Pietro in Vatican is not only magnificent, it is also a monument to the gift of Bernini. The deep interior of the church has a capacity of over 60,000 people and houses a wealth of breathtaking artworks, including the Pieta by Michelangelo. In the centre of the church is the 29-metre high baroque canopy designed by Bernini. It is supported by four spiral columns and is cast in Pantheon bronze. The canopy envelops the papal altar, beneath which lies the tomb of San Pietro.

  • Breakfast:included
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Buses
  • Hotel: Contains

Leaning Tower of Pisa→Five Fishing Villages→Genoa

Full day
After a delicious breakfast, depart for Pisa to visit the white marble Leaning Tower of Pisa, one of Italy"s national treasures.

Leaning Tower of Pisa
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is one of Italy"s national treasures, the white marble Leaning Tower of Pisa, which was originally an architectural failure but became an architectural wonder of the world. The Leaning Tower of Pisa is the freestanding bell tower of the Cathedral of Pisa, in the Piazza della Miracia, north of the city of Pisa in Tuscany, Italy. The large lawns of the square are scattered with a group of religious buildings: the cathedral (built in 1063-13th century), the baptistery (built in 1153-14th century), the bell tower (i.e. the Leaning Tower of Pisa) and the cemetery (the construction of the Leaning Tower of Pisa was actually part of the church of Pisa (duomo), and the whole church building is divided into The main church, the baptistery and the bell tower are the three main parts. The main church is built in the Latin cross style, with some elegantly designed pillars; the baptistery is on the front, built immediately after the church; at the rear, a Romanesque building with a dome was built more than a century later.

Five Fishermen"s Village
The Five Fishing Villages (Italian: CinqueTerre, also known as the Five Villages) are located in the Liguria region of Italy, on the sea coast of the province of La Spezia, and are home to the largest fishing villages in MonterossoalMare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggio. The five cliffside villages of MonterossoalMare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore are collectively referred to as the ,cliffside towns,. The five colourful villages are dotted along the steep cliffs, with stunning sea and mountain views, and the famous "Route of Love", which is full of romance. The town was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1997, along with Portovenere, Palmaria, Tino and Tinetto, and was declared a National Park in 1999.

  • Breakfast:included
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Buses
  • Hotel: Contains

Genoa - Monaco - Nice - Cannes

Full day
After breakfast, travel to the former border between Italy and France and step into another small, wealthy principality - [Monaco], stopping for a short time at [Monte Carlo], a world-famous casino where high society people gather.

Monte Carlo
A city tour of Monte Carlo. Monte Carlo is the main town in the Principality of Monaco and is home to the famous Grand Casino. The Monte Carlo Grand Prix in January and the Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix in May attract many visitors. There is also a music season, opera performances, the International Circus Festival (late January), ballet, and a fireworks extravaganza in July and August to keep the Monte Carlo area alive and well.

Nice has been described as ,the centre of the world"s rich and famous., The mix of luxurious villas by the sea, expensive shops and artistic flair makes Nice a unique blend of opulence and elegance. The Cimiez district, with its views to the north of the city, was a favourite of the Romans and Queen Victoria. Nice, which literally means a spring that gushes out of the cliffs by the sea, is perhaps also a tribute to it. With the Alps at its back, Nice is the fifth largest city in France and attracts thousands of visitors every year for a relaxing holiday.

Bay of Angels (Avenue of England)
A beautiful avenue lined with palm trees and flower beds along the coast of Nice, its official name is the Promenade des Anglais, popularly known as the English Walk because it was built as a pedestrian walkway with funds raised by the British expatriates, and was inaugurated very formally in 1931 by the Duke of Connaught, the second word of Queen Victoria. If there is a blue moon in this world, it must be in the Bay of Angels in Nice. The Bay of Angels, backed by the Avenue des Anglais, is a classic example of Nice"s blue coast adjacent to the Mediterranean Sea. In the summer months, the blue waters shine with incredible brilliance in the sunlight, the sheer colour of which is as tantalising as the curvature of the bay. Every year, countless tourists gather here, making it one of the few overcrowded holiday destinations in Europe.

Cannes, a commune in the south of France, is located in the Alpes-Maritimes region on the Côte d"Azur, near the Mediterranean Sea. Cannes is famous for its beautiful beaches and for the Cannes Film Festival, which takes place every May.

One of the must-see attractions in Cannes is the Avenue of Stars, located near the Palais des Nations, where you can see the handprints of many stars on the pavement, which has now accumulated to over 300. Many film lovers and tourists come here to see the latest films, and the surrounding attractions are not to be missed.

  • Breakfast:included
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Buses
  • Hotel: Contains

Avignon - Paris

Full day
After breakfast, explore the city that was used as the residence of the Roman Pontiff in the 14th century. In the square beneath this Gothic building, the small palace and the main Roman chapel of the Canons of Notre Dame form an exceptional set of monuments highlighting Avignon"s prominent role in the Christianisation of Europe in the 14th century. Stand on the Broken Bridge in the Rhone and look around to experience the vicissitudes of the old city.

Today is the last day of the tour and you will return at the end of the day.

*Please note that all schedules are subject to change due to weather and road conditions.

Avignon"s Old Town
Many religious may not be aware that they had a capital in the south of France, Avignon. At the end of the 13th century, due to the fierce struggle between the political and religious factions in Rome, which directly threatened the safety of the Pope, Pope Cremant V moved from Rome to Avignon with the support of King Philip IV, and this became the residence of the Pope in the 14th century.

The Papal Palace
Situated on the banks of the Rhone in Avignon, the Papal Palace is the largest and most important medieval Gothic building in Europe. It was built in 1334 and has been home to seven popes in succession. It is a combination of a palace and a castle and was built by order of Pope Benedict 12. During the French Revolution, however, the palace"s interior was almost completely destroyed and plundered, leaving only empty interior space.

  • Breakfast:included
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Buses
  • Hotel: Contains


All day
In the morning, meet in front of McDonald"s at Place d"Italie in the 13th arrondissement of Paris and depart for the famous Palace of Versailles in France. Afterwards, travel to Brussels, the capital of Belgium.

Palace of Versailles
The Palace of Versailles is one of the most magnificent, glorious and beautiful royal gardens in Europe, a symbol of the 17th-century dictatorship; it is one of the finest examples of French classicism. Today it is on the United Nations World Heritage List. Inside the Palace of Versailles, the King"s Interior, the King"s private flats, designed by Gabriel for Louis XV, include the bedroom where Louis XV died, the playroom, the study with its original desk, the conservatory and a beautiful library. The most sumptuous and magnificent of the palace"s rooms is the Hall of Mirrors, with its large west-facing windows opening onto the garden and a large mirror on the east wall, hence the name. The park at Versailles, designed by Le Nôtre, is a masterpiece of architectural decoration, a harmonious combination of different levels of architecture, including an elaborately decorated pond with fountains, flower-bed pavilions and more than 200 sculptures; the Apollo Fountain is of particular interest.

Grand Place Brussels
The Grand Place, the centre of the ancient city of Brussels, was described by the great literary figure Hugo as ,the most beautiful square in the world,. The square is rectangular in shape, 110 metres long and 68 metres wide, with a floor entirely paved with granite. Since 1971, every two years, on the weekend around 15 August, the Place de Bruxelles has been the scene of a great celebration: the laying of a carpet of flowers.

City Hall, Brussels
Of all the buildings on the Grand Place, the most striking is the City Hall, a Goethean building that is a city landmark in Brussels. The building was built in two phases, the larger left half in 1402 and the right half in 1455, when the tower and 96-metre-high spire were built under the auspices of PhilipeleBon. At the top of the tower is a 5-metre-high weathervane, a statue of St Michel, the patron saint of Brussels. Legend has it that the lord of Brussels was saved from death by Saint-Michel, for whom he bestowed the title of patron saint of Brussels. The corridors of the town hall are covered with frescoes. Among the many portraits are those of Belgian monarchs, the kings of Spain, the Netherlands and France, who once ruled over Brussels, and Napoleon.

Peeing children
The Pee-Wee Boy is one of the world"s most famous and adorable children and is a must-see for visitors to Brussels. His 60cm-high statue in bronze was erected in 1619 on the corner of Rudel"Etuve and RuedeChene, in the heart of Brussels.

  • Breakfast:included
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Buses
  • Hotel: Contains

Brussels - Rotterdam - The Hague - Zaanse Schans - Amsterdam

All day

After breakfast, depart for Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands, stopping briefly in Rotterdam and The Hague. In the afternoon, visit the Dutch Windmill Village and Amsterdam"s city attractions: Dam Square, the Royal Palace, the Heroes" Monument and a glass tour of the canals on a sightseeing boat with 17th century scenery on both sides.

Naval History Museum
The maritime museum in Rotterdam"s old harbour district has a distinctive, large ship-like exterior. With models of ships, nautical maps and instruments from the 15th century to the present day, and even an abandoned Rhine boat, a visit to this museum is a refresher course in Rotterdam"s maritime history.

Cube House (exterior)
The unique shape of the Cube House, like a giant Rubik"s cube, tilted towards each other, is undoubtedly a classic Rotterdam landmark. The historical background The Cube House was built in 1984 and designed by Dutch architect Piet Blom. The entire building is made up of 40 cubic houses connected by a 45° inclination and is the first cubic house in the Netherlands. The design concept Blom considered his design to be like an abstract tree, where all the houses come together to form a forest. The result is a strong visual effect.

Capitol and Knight House
The Old Parliament Building in The Hague is a classical 17th-century building with a fine spout and neatly matched window designs, from which you can feel the stalwart spirit of stately simplicity. The heart of the Capitol is the Ridderzaal (Knights" Hall) in the inner courtyard of the Capitol, which was originally the banqueting hall of Duke Flores V of the Netherlands in the 13th century and is now used for important state dinners and ceremonies.

Dutch Windmill Village
The Dutch Windmill Village (Zaanse Schans) is an attraction about 15 minutes" drive north-west of Amsterdam. Here you can visit the Zaanse timber buildings, with their green 17th-century wooden houses, the windmills where the wind is used to extract oil and make paint, and the inside of the windmills, as well as the nearby cheese factory and wooden shoe factory and antique shops. An attraction located north-west of Amsterdam, about 15 minutes away. Here you can visit the timber buildings of the river Ezan, the green 17th century wooden houses, the windmills where the wind is used to extract oil and make paint and the inside of the windmills can also be visited, as well as the cheese factory and wooden shoe factory, antique shops, etc. nearby.

Dam Square
Located in the centre of Amsterdam, Dam Square, also known as the "navel", is a landmark building in Amsterdam. The cafés, restaurants and bars on Dam Square are a little more expensive due to their location, but business is so good that there is almost always a waiting list. Street performers are also an interesting feature of Dam Square. You can watch jugglers with whips, clowns who occasionally "surprise" passers-by, student orchestras performing in the open air, and grandparents performing traditional Dutch duets on ....... You can also see the chubby pigeons in the square that come around from time to time and beg for food. Ask for a drink, sit on the stone steps at the edge of the square, smell the coffee in the air, watch the street performers" novelty shows and enjoy the company of the locals.

National monuments
The National Monument is situated on Dam Square and was built in memory of the brave soldiers who died in the Second World War, facing the Amsterdam Palace and next to the bustling commercial centre. Surrounding the base of the obelisk are numerous figures in various poses, with a female sculpture in the middle of the front and a locked up male sculpture below representing the hardships of war and depicting grief and pain. To the right and left of the front are lions defending the minaret like the sphinxes in front of the pyramids.

The Royal Palace in Amsterdam
Formerly the town hall and the courthouse, the palace was once the political and economic centre of the city and of the Republic as a whole. Its location, the Dam, was also once the city"s most important square and a favourite subject for painters, and it is still vibrant today.

Amsterdam Canal Glass Boat Cruise (own expense)
The Amsterdam Canal Belt, completed in the 17th century, is unique in the world as a work of urban construction and architectural design and is a tangible expression of the political, economic and cultural dynamism of Amsterdam during the Dutch "Golden Age". A glass-bottom boat ride through the city"s extensive network of canals and across the bridges that connect the islands will enhance your understanding of the Netherlands.

Price per person: 16 Euros
  • Breakfast:included
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Buses
  • Hotel: Contains

Amsterdam - Colgne - Frankfurt

All day
After breakfast, depart for Cologne, Germany. On arrival, visit the famous Cologne Cathedral. Afterwards, transfer to Frankfurt.

Rhine River
The Rhine, the largest river in Western Europe, rises in Switzerland at the foot of the Alps and flows north-west through Liechtenstein, Austria, France, Germany and the Netherlands before emptying into the North Sea near Rotterdam. At 1,232 kilometres long, the Rhine is a famous international river in Europe and has left its mark in Liechtenstein, Austria, France and the Netherlands along the way.

Cologne Cathedral
Cologne Cathedral is the largest church in Germany and one of the tallest in the world. It is known for its lightness and elegance. It is located in the centre of Cologne, on the banks of the Rhine. From the foundation stone of the 160,000-tonne stalagmites that form the Cologne Cathedral up to its present size, the spirit of the German people has been unmatched by any other building. The city is a bustling commercial city with many skyscrapers, shops and a wide range of goods.

  • Breakfast:included
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Buses
  • Hotel: Contains

Frankfurt - Heidelberg - Munich

All day
After breakfast proceed to Heidelberg and arrive in Munich in the evening.

Heidelberg Castle
Take the local cable car at your own expense to Heidelberg Castle, which is a 13th century castle located on top of the King"s Throne.

Built in the 13th century on top of the King"s throne, the castle is a city of many attractions and has been extended several times throughout its history to form a mixture of Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance styles, a masterpiece of the German Renaissance. The main entrance to the castle is carved with armoured warriors, the central courtyard has a fountain and four granite columns, and is surrounded by buildings such as the concert hall and the glass hall. Most of the rooms in the castle are now open to visitors and some of the well-preserved halls are still used for banquets and artistic performances. From the outline of the town, the view of the sprawling vineyards is breathtaking. The 220,000-litre ,vats, and the large wine cellar in the castle are one of the reasons why Heidelberg is so attractive to visitors.

Opening times: Palace courtyard and barrels from 08:00 to 17:30, Medical Museum from April to October from 10:15 to 18:00, November to March from 10:00 to 17:30.
Tickets: Free combined ticket for the gardens (cogwheel train, castle courtyard, wine vat and medicine museum) €5, discounted ticket €3, audio tour (including Chinese) €4; guided tour (German and English only) €4, discounted ticket €3. (Prices are subject to change without notice due to seasonal changes)

Munich, the beer capital. Situated at the northern foothills of the Alps, Munich is a city of mountains and scenic beauty. For nearly 800 years it was the royal seat of the Wittelsbach family of the Byrne kingdom for almost 800 years from the 12th century. On arrival, take a walking tour of Munich to see the Gothic town hall building and the many church towers and other ancient buildings that make up the city.

  • Breakfast:included
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Buses
  • Hotel: Contains

Munich - Schloss Neuschwanstein - Liechtenstein - Zurich

ll day
Our first stop will be the fantastic Neuschwanstein Castle. Afterwards we will stop in the small stamp country of Liechtenstein: a lovely European country which is smaller than 1% of Shanghai. Arrive in Zurich in the evening.

Neuschwanstein Castle
Built in 1869 on a hilltop in the suburbs of Fuessen, a small town on the southern border of Bavaria, the castle was designed according to the dreams of Bavarian King Ludwig II and took 17 years to build. The castle has a medieval atmosphere and presents an ever-changing face when viewed from different angles. The unique appearance of Neuschwanstein Castle has inspired many modern fairy tale castles, including Sleeping Beauty"s Castle at Disneyland in California and Hong Kong Disneyland in the USA. Cinderella"s Castle in the Magic Kingdom at Tokyo Disneyland and Walt Disney World in Florida, USA, was inspired by castles in Germany.

Exterior tours are available, with self-purchase tickets for entry if you have plenty of time.

Vaduz is situated on the east bank of the Rhine River in a basin surrounded by mountains. It is the capital of Liechtenstein, the political, economic and cultural centre of the country, as well as the country"s largest city and tourist reception centre. The city"s population is just over 5,000. Vaduz was originally an ancient village founded in 1322, destroyed in the Battle of the Swiss Roman Empire in 1499, rebuilt at the beginning of the 16th century and became the capital in 1866. Built in the 9th century in the Gothic style, the castle is the residence of the Grand Duke, Head of State, and is also home to a world-famous private collection of artefacts and works of art collected by successive Grand Dukes.

The history of this small European country, named after the first castle owned by the Liechtenstein family, Liechtenstein Castle, now in a semi-derelict state outside Vienna and guarded by a single employee all year round, is as simple as a nursery rhyme compared to the vast and complex history of other European countries.

The Liechtenstein family owned the castle from 1140 until the 13th century, and then again from 1807 onwards. Although other lands were also acquired by the House of Liechtenstein during the Roman era, they were mostly granted by the Habsburg dynasty until 23 January 1719, when Emperor Charles VI announced the merger of Schnellerberg and Vaduz and elevated the status of the House of Liechtenstein to that of a small independent princely state (Fürstentum) with the name of ,Liechtenstein,, Liechtenstein has only since become a truly sovereign member of the Roman Empire.

Zurich is Switzerland"s largest city, a centre of business, finance and culture, and has been consistently ranked as one of the world"s most liveable cities. It is also one of the most fashionable and innovative cities in the world. In addition to being trendy, Zurich is a metropolis with the distinctive charm of a small city.

The Bahnhofstrasse is Zurich"s busiest street, with its many shops and brand names, and is a great place to shop and see. Rumour has it that some people fly halfway around the world to spend an afternoon shopping on Zurich"s famous Bahnhofstrasse. This 1.4 kilometre-long avenue encompasses the two dazzling consumer paradises of Grobs and Yermoly, lined with shops displaying lavish goods, antiques and treasures, expensive furs, watches, jewellery and intoxicating French perfumes - a mecca for those in search of the world"s top brands.

Lake Zurich
Lake Zurich is a famous glacially eroded lake in Switzerland. It lies in the north-eastern part of the Swiss plateau and extends southeast from the city of Zurich. The lake is 406 metres above sea level. It is crescent shaped and extends 29 kilometres from south-east to north-west, is 1-4 kilometres wide and covers an area of 88 square kilometres. It is deeper in the north-west, with a maximum depth of 143 m. It is shallower in the south-east. It is shallow in the south-east. The gently sloping shoreline, dotted with vineyards and orchards, overlooks the Alps to the south.

Lake Zurich is extremely scenic, with medieval cobbled paths along the river for strolling, swimming, picnicking, sunbathing and boat trips. The lake is full of water birds, swans, ducks and so on.

  • Breakfast:included
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Buses
  • Hotel: Contains

Zurich - Jungfrau - Interlaken - Geneva

All day
Today will be the climax of our trip. The enchanting Jungfrau, the beautiful Lake Interlaken and Geneva, with its watches and the nobility of its lakes.

The Jungfrau
The highest peak in Europe and the most stunning view of the Bernese Oberland, it is known as the ,Queen of the Alps,. At an altitude of 4,158 metres, the Jungfrau spans 18 kilometres and resembles a maiden with long hair, draped in silver, lying serenely among the clouds.

If there is one city on earth that truly controls the world, it is Geneva. It is home to the headquarters of international organisations such as the United Nations, the World Health Organisation, the International Red Cross, the International Labour Organisation and many others. 

The stone-paved streets of Geneva"s Old Town stretch out in narrow curves along their edges, as if a silently outstretched arm were trying to take you back to a fairytale of the last century. In the shade of the trees, European-style buildings flicker into and out of sight. Parks are everywhere to be found, where old trees stand tall in the sky, quiet and beautiful. Whether you are in an old city or a new one, you are presented with a beautiful city of blooming flowers and beautiful landscapes. The Great Fountain on Lake Geneva is famous for its fountains.

Lake Geneva
Lake Geneva, also known as Lake Leman, is located on the outskirts of Geneva, bordering eastern France, and is 72 kilometres long and 8 kilometres wide, covering an area of 580 square kilometres, 362 square kilometres in Switzerland and 218 square kilometres in France. The lake"s deepest point is 330 metres and its banks enjoy a mild climate throughout the year. The water of Lake Geneva is joined by snow-capped mountains and blue skies, while thousands of ducks soar over the surface and snow-white swans swim in the water. International organisations such as the headquarters of the International Red Cross and the European headquarters of the United Nations are located on the shores of Lake Geneva, and next to these institutions is a 20-metre-high sculpture of a four-legged wooden chair with one leg broken, which reminds us that a human being suffers every 20 minutes in the world.

Then it"s off to Interlaken, a city between Lakes Thun and Brienz with a view of the majestic peaks of the Alps. With its graceful snow-capped mountains, quiet towns and unforgettable scenery, it is definitely worth stopping for.

The Great Fountain
The 500-litre water jet is the world"s largest man-made fountain, propelled by 130 horsepower of electricity. The water jets reach heights of up to 140 metres in the absence of wind and hold up to 7 tonnes of water in the air. The water is ejected from the nozzles, reaches its peak and then returns to the surface, each turn lasting 16 seconds. It has been praised and eulogised by many famous writers and poets since ancient times. Henry James called it a ,surprisingly blue lake,; Byron likened it to a crystal mirror with ,nourishment and air for contemplation,; and Balzac described it as ,synonymous with love,. The spectacle can be seen from all over Geneva, and today the Grand Fountain is open to the public from the beginning of March to the first Sunday in October, with the exception of rainy days, when it puts on a ,water show, every day.

Palais des Nations
Once the seat of the League of Nations, today it is the headquarters of the United Nations Office in Geneva. It is a symbol of Geneva as an international city and a microcosm of modern world history. The Palais des Nations is situated in the Ariane Park, with a view of Lake Geneva and Mont Blanc, Europe"s highest mountain, from high up in the park. The Palais des Nations consists of four magnificent buildings: the Congress Hall in the centre, the Library on the north side, the New Building and the Council Chamber on the south side. It is a centre for important international conferences and is frequented by visitors all year round.

Flower clock
The Great Flower Clock is an important Geneva landmark: located on the shores of Lake Leman, it changes colour with the seasons, but always remains bright and fragrant. Switzerland is also known as ,the land of gardens, and ,the land of watches,, but what is even more fascinating is that Swiss craftsmen and women have combined the beauty of flowers with the art of watchmaking to create the ,Big Flower Clock,. The "Flower Clock". The Swiss people are so proud of the design of the "Flower Clock" that the map of the city of Geneva uses it as a symbol of the city.

  • Breakfast:included
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Buses
  • Hotel: Contains

Geneva - Dijon - Paris

All day
After breakfast, depart for an excursion to the following attractions.

Liberty Square
The semi-garden-shaped square designed by Chaumansal in 1685 to welcome King Louis XIV on horseback in the splendour of the magnificent palace is one of the most spectacular royal squares in France. The sculpture was melted down and turned into a cannon during the Revolution of 1792.

Notre Dame de Dijon
Notre Dame de Dijon is located in the centre of Dijon. It is an outstanding example of 13th century Burgundian architecture, inherited from the Roman art period.
When it was first built, Notre Dame was located in the main business district of Dijon. The smallest Gothic church in all of Burgundy, Notre Dame is extremely small due to space constraints. Even so, Notre Dame still has a solemn religious atmosphere. The façade of the church is strikingly decorated with grotesque spouts and rows of columns. The nave is almost 18 metres high, making the space seem tall and spacious without being at all cramped. The famous "Black Virgin" statue in the church commemorates Dijon"s breakthrough of the Swiss siege in 1513.

  • Breakfast:included
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Buses
  • Hotel: Not included

Visa Notice

Apply for your Schengen visa on your own.
You will be provided with visa documents free of charge when you sign up for this tour. It will take approximately 5 working days to prepare the visa documents, which will be sent to your registered email address by email.
Because of the large number of French visa bookings, it is generally only possible to book a place 2 weeks later. It is recommended to register for the tour and book your visa more than 45 days in advance.
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Which country do I need to apply for? 
If you are travelling to more than one Schengen country, you must apply for a visa at the embassy or consulate of your main destination country (the country where you will be staying the longest). If you are visiting more than one Schengen country, but no main destination country (i.e. you will be staying in each Schengen country for the same length of time), you should apply for a visa at the embassy or consulate of the first country of entry.


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