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• Michelin Star Restaurant
• Alpine Lodge Hotel
• Sistine Chapel
• Black Forest Cake Making Session
• Vatican City
• Sistine Chapel (Entrance included with V.I.P. reservation)
• Vatican City
• St. Peter’s Basilica
• Roman Forum
• Trevi Fountain
• Piazza del Miracoli
• Leaning Tower of Pisa
• Historic Centre
• Barberino Factory Outlet
• St. Mark’s Square
• Doge’s Palace
• Bridge of Sighs
• Glass blowing factory
• Sforza Castle
• Milan Cathedral
• La Scala Opera House
• Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
• Orientation tour with view overlooking the Jungfrau
• Old Chapel Bridge
• Old Town
• Lion Monument
• Mt. Titlis (Entrance included)
• Glacier Cave
• Trübsee Alpine Lodge
• Lake Titisee in Black Forest
• Black Forest Cake making session
• Arc de Triomphe
• Place de la Concorde
• Louvre Museum
• Louvre Pyramid
• Eiffel Tower (Entrance included)
• Galeries Lafayette
- 10 Buffet Breakfast,1 snack, 3 Lunch, 5 Dinner
• Seafood tasting in a Michelin Star Restaurant
• 4-course Swiss fondue combo dinner
• 3-course French dinner
- ROME - Novotel
- TUSCANY - Best Western
- VENICE - Crowne Plaza
- MILAN - Hilton
- LUCERNE - Lakeside Hotel
- MT. TITLIS - Alpine Lodge
- INTERLAKEN - Royal St George
- LORRAINE - Novotel/Mercure
- PARIS - Courtyard by Marriott
*Note: Hotels subject to final confirmation. Should there be changes, customers will be offered similar accommodations as stated in this list.
DAY 1 - SINGAPORE → ROME (Meals on Board)
Assemble at Singapore Changi Airport and take-off to Rome.
DAY 2 ROME Lunch – Local Fare
Start the day with a guided tour of Rome, with the first stop at Vatican City – a walled enclave within Rome filled with a treasure trove of art and architecture. Revel at the masterpiece of the Sistine Chapel, whose stunning frescoed ceiling was painted by the renowned sculptor Michelangelo himself. See the immense collections of artworks in the Vatican Museums, and feast your eyes upon the intricate details of St. Peter’s Basilica, a Catholic shrine renowned for its Renaissance architecture. Later, be awed by the magnificent sight of the Colosseum, the largest amphitheatre ever built that has a capacity of up to 80,000. View the Roman Forum, known as the heart of ancient Rome, with its clutter of archaic buildings and shrines – including the ancient former royal residence. Piazza Venezia is located a short walk away with a massive monument dedicated to the first King of Italy. Then, marvel at the masterpiece of Trevi Fountain, the city’s largest Baroque fountain.
Note: Entrance to Vatican City and Sistine Chapel will be replaced by Colosseum if it happens to be closed.
DAY 3 ROME → SIENA → TUSCANY (Breakfast, Seafood tasting in a 1-star Michelin Restaurant)
Escape from the city and make your way to the picturesque Medieval Village in Chiantishire, a delightful stretch of countryside located in Siena that is popular among the wealthy British. Explore the winding streets in the Historic Centre of Siena, a well-preserved city that was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Stop by the Siena Cathedral, one of Italy’s top Gothic cathedrals decorated with intricate carvings and statues. Capture stunning photos at the Piazza del Campo; known for its architectural beauty as one of Europe’s greatest medieval squares, and visit Palazzo del Comune; a Renaissance structure otherwise known as the Town Hall. You may also wish to go on an optional excursion to Florence after indulging in a special seafood tasting session in a 1-star Michelin restaurant.
Stay the night in the Tuscany region.
Optional: Florence Tour
DAY 4- TUSCANY REGION → VENICE (Breakfast)
Kick off the morning with an orientation tour of Pisa – visit Piazza dei Miracoli and its iconic trio attractions: view the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Baptistery and the Duomo. Next, spend some time in shopping heaven at the Barberino Designer Outlet, which comprises over 100 brand stores selling everything from clothes and cosmetics to appliances and shoes. With great buys of up to 70% discount from prominent brands like Prada, D&G, Furla, Lacoste, Polo Ralph Laurent and Calvin Klein, no one is likely to leave empty-handed.
DAY 5 VENICE → MILAN (Breakfast, Dinner – Chinese Fare)
Make your way to the heart of Venice via a private water taxi, a unique yet effective mode of transport for a city built on water. Then, set off on a guided tour around St. Mark’s Square and to the famous cathedral church St. Mark’s Basilica – nicknamed the ‘church of gold’ due to its opulent design and gold ground mosaics. Swing by the Doge’s Palace and the Bridge of Sighs, two of Venice’s main landmarks, for some breath-taking pictures to bring back as mementos. Lastly, visit a glass blowing factory to learn more about the art of Murano glassmaking, an elite trade unique to Venice. You may wish to go on an optional gondola boat ride through the canals of Venice, before proceeding to Milan to rest and recharge.
Optional: Gondola Ride
DAY 6 MILAN → LUCERNE (Breakfast, Dinner - Local Fare)
Embark on a guided tour of the fashion metropolis – the first stop of the day is Sforza Castle, a majestic fortress where noble lords of Milan used to reside. Drop by the grandiose Milan Cathedral for some shots of the elaborate Gothic exterior façade. Next, take a leisure stroll through the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II for some brief shopping, which will then lead you to Piazza della Scala and lastly, stop by the lavish La Scala Opera House for some pictures. After which, move on to Lucerne, where you will be staying for the night.
DAY 7 LUCERNE → MT. TITLIS (Breakfast, Dinner - Local Fare)
Start the day with an orientation tour of Lucerne, where your first stop will be the Old Chapel Bridge, the oldest wooden bridge in Switzerland decorated with old paintings under its roof. Enjoy a stroll through the Old Town with its unspoiled buildings covered with colourful murals. Here, you will also find Bucherer, the largest duty-free store in Switzerland. Later, drop round to see the Lion Monument – a gift from France to Switzerland to commemorate the valour of the Swiss mercenary soldiers who lost their lives while serving King Louis XVI during the French Revolution. Next, head to Engelberg for an exciting excursion up to the peak of Mt. Titlis via the Rotair, where you will be treated to a 360-degree panoramic view of steep rock faces, deep crevasses and distant snow-covered mountain peaks as the gondola rotates its way up the summit. Delve deep into the magical world of ice in the Glacier Cave as you walk on the 150-metre-long walkway surrounded in blue light; then challenge yourself with an adrenaline-spiking adventure on the Titlis Cliff Walk. After exploring the peak, descend to Trübsee Alpine Lodge, a mountain resort located 1800m above sea level offering amazing views of Lake Trübsee, to check in for the night.
DAY 8 MT. TITLIS → INTERLAKEN → BERNESE OBERLAND (Breakfast, 4-course Swiss Fondue Dinner)
Make your way to Interlaken for an orientation tour of the scenic resort town that is presided over by the mighty Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau mountains. Then, enjoy the rest of the afternoon free at leisure to explore the beautiful surrounding mountain region, or take the opportunity to try out some of the various sports activities offered here. You may wish to join our recommended optional trip to the “Top of Europe” on Jungfraujoch, where you will be blown away by the most amazing views of the Alpine wonderland. As night falls, indulge in a unique 4-course Swiss fondue dinner at the famous Swiss-themed Bebbis Restaurant, which comprises of a salad and three different types of fondue courses.
DAY 9 - BERNESE OBERLAND → BLACK FOREST → LORRAINE REGION (Breakfast, 3-course French Dinner)
Cross the border over to the enchanting Black Forest in Germany to first visit the famed Lake Titisee, where you can admire the gorgeous scenery overlooking the sparkling waters and attend a demonstration on cuckoo-clock making. Then, learn what goes into the making of the local specialty dessert, where you will also get your chance at an attempt to make your very own Black Forest Cake from scratch. Thereafter, travel back to France and stay for one night in the Lorraine region.
DAY 10 - LORRAINE REGION → PARIS (Breakfast, Lunch - Chinese)
Begin your Paris adventure with a guided tour of the city – take in the sights of Champs-Élysées, Place de la Concorde, Louvre Museum and its iconic Louvre Pyramid, and the Palais Garnier Paris Opera House. Stop at the Arc de Triomphe for a photo with the famed monument erected in honour of the soldiers who fought in the Napoleonic Wars. Visit the cultural icon of Paris – the Eiffel Tower for a panoramic view over Paris from the second level, then head over to the Galeries Lafayette – the biggest department store in Paris for some souvenir shopping (subject to store’s operating hours).
Note: The Galleries Lafayette closed on Sunday and Christmas Day.
DAY 11 - PARIS (Breakfast)
Enjoy a free day of leisure for some shopping or sightseeing at your pleasure. Take the time to explore other hidden gems of Paris, or pay a visit to one of many museums in the city. You may wish to take up some recommended activities, such as an optional full day Paris tour that includes a walk through the Montmartre neighbourhood, shopping at Galeries Lafayette, a visit to the Louvre Museum and a scenic Seine River cruise.
Optional: Paris Full Day Tour
DAY 12 - PARIS ¨ SINGAPORE (Breakfast, Meals on Board)
Enjoy the rest of the day at leisure till it is time to transfer to the airport for your flight home.
DAY 13 - ARRIVAL IN SINGAPORE
We hope you enjoyed your vacation with EU Holidays and we look forward to seeing you again for your next trip.
The 2 nights London extension itinerary is as follows (3★ HOTEL Ibis Earls Court or similar) :
- Please note that our tour manager will not follow the group to London if the minimum group size of 15 is not met, London tour will be conducted by the local guide.
Day 12 -- PARIS → LONDON (Breakfast, Lunch)
Make your way to London via Eurostar – a high speed train service that traverse the Channel Tunnel underneath the English Channel. Get a glimpse of the wonders of London through a guided tour – take in the sights of Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace, the Prime Minister’s Office at 10 Downing Street, Trafalgar Square, London Bridge and many other London attractions. Then, transfer back to your hotel in London.
Day 13 -- London (Breakfast)
Enjoy a free day of leisure for some shopping or sightseeing at your pleasure. You may wish to make an optional visit to the famous Madame Tussauds Wax Museum for a photo session with some of your favourite celebrities and icons, or simply shop in pleasure in Harrods, the largest departmental store in London.
Day 14 -- London - Singapore (Breakfast / Meals On Board)
Enjoy the rest of the day at leisure until it is time to transfer to the airport for your flight home.
Day 15 -- Singapore
We hope you enjoyed your trip with EU holidays and we look forward to seeing you again for your next trip.
If a minimum group size of 15 is not met, the tour manager will not be following the group to London. Instead, the London tour will be conducted by a local guide.
The 2 nights Brussels & Amsterdam extension itinerary is as follows (4★ HOTEL Park Plaza Schiphol or similar):
Day 12 - PARIS → BRUSSELS → AMSTERDAM (Breakfast, Lunch)
Head to Brussels for a orientation tour and stop by the Atomium, an extraordinary structure that presents itself as a relic of the past with a futuristic edge, and the picturesque Royal Palace of Laeken. Next, take a leisure jaunt through the La Grand-Place, a market square featuring architecture of an eclectic blend of Western artistic styles, which would lead you to the renowned Manneken Pis, a small sculpture depicting a naked boy urinating into a water fountain that represents the rebellious spirit of the city of Brussels. Thereafter, spend the rest of the afternoon for some shopping at leisure, but do not forget to pick up some Belgian chocolate as a sinful treat to reward yourself. Cross over to Amsterdam for your overnight stay.
Day 13 - AMSTERDAM (Breakfast, Dinner)
Start off with a stop at Zaanse Schans where you will be presented with an idyllic scene of traditional windmills, barns, cottages and museums that is built in typical Dutch wooden architectural style. Watch how cheese and clog shoes
are made in demonstrations by expert craftsmen skilled in these traditional Dutch crafts. After that, enjoy a guided tour of Amsterdam, which includes special highlights such as a cruise though Amsterdam’s famous canals and a trip to a diamond factory.
During Keukenhof period, Zaanse Schan will be replace by visit to the Keukenhof.
Day 14 - AMSTERDAM → SINGAPORE (Breakfast, Meals on Board)
Enjoy the rest of the day at leisure till it is time to transfer to the airport for your flight home.
Day 15 - ARRIVAL IN SINGAPORE
We hope you enjoyed your trip with EU Holidays and we look forward to seeing you again for your next trip.
• A minimum group size of 15 passengers is required for a confirmed departure.
• Zaanse Schans will be replaced with Keukenhof Gardens during end March to early May.