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Highlights of the tour : -

A complete tour at an honest price with maximum quality sightseeing.

Visit with Professional & Experienced Driver on Luxury Van.

Avail the Services of Tour Leader & Local Guides.

Unlimited Travel Between Interlaken to Lucerne including Golden Train Pass.

Unlimited Cruise on Lake Lucerne.

All Gandola Rides, Cruise, Trains & Cogwheel Trains are Included for Mt. Titlis, Pilatus & Rigi.

01-Day ACTV Venice Island Pass.

Sightseeing and orientation tours included in the itinerary.

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Day 01 GENEVA : Visit Rhine-Falls & Gruyeres with Chocolate factory. City Tour of Geneva.

As you travel towards the Rhine Falls in northern Switzerland on this coach trip, you’ll pass through the charming farming village of Marthalen, with its traditional frame houses. The highlight of the trip will undoubtedly be the sight of the Rhine Falls. This natural feature is located on the Upper Rhine River and has been around since the Ice Age. From there, continue the journey to Gruyeres. Immerse yourself in the medieval charm of Gruyères village during a leisurely one-hour lunch stop. In the afternoon, indulge in the sweet world of chocolate at Maison Cailler chocolate factory. This exclusive tour ensures a personalized and immersive experience, combining culinary delights, cultural exploration, and the enchanting atmosphere of Gruyères. Continue your journey towards Geneva. Upon arrival See the United Nations offices and make a photo stop to capture what makes Geneva the capital of peace. Afterward, head to the left bank and see Lake Geneva with its striking water fountain. Make your way to Jardin Anglais park and see the colorful flower clock. Overnight at Geneva.

Day 02 INTERLAKEN : Swiss Riviera.

Embark on a guided tour along Lake Geneva, with stops at several beautiful locations. Start from Geneva and travel along the shores of the lake through the Vaud countryside. Enjoy a photo stop at the Olympic Museum of Lausanne, which is the symbol of the city. Continue towards the town of Corsier sur-Vevey. Enjoy some free time to explore this charming village where Charlie Chaplin lived for several years. Then, enjoy a ride through the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Lavaux, known for its beautiful terraced vineyards. In the afternoon, visit the town of Montreaux, a glamorous resort popular with international travelers. You can also visit Chillon Castle, a medieval fortress is located on a beautiful small island near the town. After exploring Montreaux, continue your journey towards Interlaken. Travel on the shore of Lake Thun. Lake Thun is a stunning alpine lake that boasts a picturesque view of the Swiss Alps in the background. If time permitted take a halt at Mühleplatz. Located in the heart of the Thun city, at the border of the river, with wonderful views in all directions. A lot of various cafe's and restaurants, with hundreds of seats outside. On arrival take your dinner & self check-in to your hotel.

Day 03 LUCERNE : Explore Bernese Oberland. City Tour of Bern.

After breakfast your expert tour leader will show you the best parts of the Bernese Oberland (region of Interlaken). Sightseeing places we can visit during the tour are: Grindelwald village - Lauterbrunnen village - Wengen / Kleine Scheidegg - Trümmelbach Waterfalls. Passengers wants to do Jungfraujosch can leave the group at Grindelwald. Next, by afternoon continue your journey to 'Bern', Capital of Switzerland. Admire the late Gothic Cathedral (Münster) with its stunning portal and rendering of the Last Judgment. See the 13th-century Clock Tower (Zytglogge), where you can watch the fascinating show that happens on the hour. Who knows, you might even meet up with a member of the Federal Council in front of the Parliament building! Continue your journey towards Zurich. On arrival take your dinner before check-in to your hotel.

Day 04 LUCERNE : Explore Switzerland’s mighty Mt Titlis. Visit Mount Pilatus. (Tickets Included)

On a clear day, you can see 73 alpine peaks from the summit of Mount Pilatus! Visit the 'Dragon Mountain' on the Golden Round Tour, which is covered in your Trip. Cruise to Alpnachstad, then it's a spectacular ride on the world's steepest cog railway to Pilatus Kulm. On the way down, take the cable car with panoramic views to Kriens and a bus trip home. An alternative is the brand new cable car from Fräkmüntegg to Pilatus and there is also fantastic summer toboggan run and plenty of walking trails.

Explore Switzerland’s mighty Mt Titlis in style from Lucerne. Enjoy the 1-hour train ride from Lucerne to Engelberg and admire panoramic views over Switzerland’s beautiful countryside. Next, you will head to the cable cart station, and begin the ascent to the top of Mount Titlis. As your cart climbs closer to the summit, you will be treated to stunning views over the Alps, with mountains, valleys, and crystalline lakes stretching as far as the eye can see. Cable car & Ice Flyer Tickets are Included. When you reach the top you will have the chance to explore the Glacier Cave, with its centuries-old ice tunnels and fresh glacial air, and the Titlis Cliff Walk, which offers 360-degree views and an exhilarating route across a suspension bridge.

Day 05 LUCERNE : Discover 'Queen of Mountains'. (Tickets Included)

Discover Rigi, a mountain range in central Switzerland with a particular charm. Choose for yourself how you would like to discover the Queen of the Mountains with its outstanding 360-degree panoramic view overlooking the Swiss Alps and lakes. Take the first mountain railway in Europe (since 1871), which travels from Vitznau to the top of the mountain (Rigi Kulm; 1797 meters above sea level). Or travel to the top from Goldau with the rack railway on the north face, from where you can also access the small cable car departing at Kräbel, going up to Rigi Scheidegg. From Weggis, the cable car travels to Rigi Kaltbad, where you can transfer with the rack railway to the Rigi Kulm. All of the valley stations can easily be reached from Lucerne by boat to Weggis/Vitznau or direct train to Goldau as well as from Zurich with a direct train connection to Goldau. Each valley station also has car parking facilities.

Day 06 FLORENCE : Visit Lecco(Lake Como).

Today after early breakfast we continue our journey towards Lake Como. We stop here for 02-hrs for lunch break. Lecco is a city located on the southeastern branch of Lake Como, between the pristine waters of the lake and the scenic Orobian Pre-Alps. Strolling through the lakeside promenade lined with stately trees, one can’t help but admire Lecco’s breathtaking landscape. You can find the port of Lecco in Via Lungolario Isonzo along the Lakeside promenade just opposite to Piazza Cermenati. From here you can take the public boat to Bellagio. It takes around 1-hr for return trip to Bellagio from Lecco. Later, Continue your journey towards Florence.

Day 07 FLORENCE : Free Day. Take an optional tour to Cinque Terre & Leaning Tower of Pisa.

Your experience starts through the enchanting landscapes of Tuscany, leading you to the timeless city of Pisa, renowned for its architectural marvels. As you step into the historic heart of Pisa, tour leader will unveil the secrets of Piazza dei Miracoli, a Unesco World Heritage Site, where you'll be spellbound by the "Miracles" that once earned this place its name. The centerpieces of this magnificent square are the awe-inspiring Cathedral, a masterpiece of Pisan Romanesque architecture and the iconic Leaning Tower, a global wonder that stands as a testament to both history and architectural prowess. Drive across the rolling hills of Tuscany and past the Carrara marble quarries en route to Riomaggiore. the town of Riomaggiore dates back to around the 7th century and is an example of the beauty of the Cinque Terre and their natural environment, dominated by Mediterranean vegetation. The houses are painted with the typical Ligurian colors and develop in height on two or three floors, and famous for La Via dell'Amore, a path that connects Riomaggiore to Manarola, famous for its enchanting and unforgettable views. Continue to Manarola, a picture-postcard village of painted houses surrounded by vineyards and olive groves. Transfer by train to Vernazza, considered the “Pearl of Cinque Terre.” Vernazza is arguably the most beautiful of the five villages, with a large open harbor, castle, and church. Our last stop is medieval village of Monterosso al Mare the largest village in the Cinque can admire, one after the other, in a disorder of perfect harmony, caves, inlets, rocks, headlands, small beaches and rocky coasts with cliffs overlooking the sea. Once you have visited Monterosso, continue your journey back to Florence.

Day 08 NAPLES : Pompeii Ruins & Mount Vesuvius.

Take an amazing journey back in time on this day tour to the archaeological ruins of Pompeii. Travel through the Italian countryside and enjoy incredible views of the Mediterranean, Mount Vesuvius, and countless historic sites. Enjoy rolling hills on the drive to Naples. Stop to take in this Mediterranean city which is famous for its rich history, art, culture, and gastronomy. Drive up the Vomero hill for views of the city, the bay of Naples, the Sorrento peninsula, and the volcanic area of Phlegrean fields. The skyline is dominated by the majestic and still-active volcano Vesuvius, the perfect spot to take photos of this stunning landmark.Continue down towards the port of Mergellina, and travel south towards Mount Vesuvius and the town of Pompeii. Stop for a traditional lunch(own expense) of Neapolitan pizza with a drink before reaching the archaeological site. Head to the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Pompeii and enter with skip-the-line tickets. Spend the afternoon exploring this once-thriving city that was frozen in time by layers of volcanic ash. Wander through the ancient streets and learn about the history of this place from your guide. After your tour of Pompeii, Check-in to your hotel at Naples.

Day 09 ROME : Visit Amalfi-Coast.

Explore the famous and dramatic Amalfi Coast. See the coastline of indescribable beauty, visit Ravello with its elegant buildings, and see Amalfi with its dramatic natural setting below steep cliffs. Take the opportunity to explore the scenic coastline and its charming surroundings, accompanied by a assistant. Experience southern Italy - its romance, fashion, and laid-back lifestyle. A land of beauty, passion, and myths that inspires poets and artists from around the whole world, southern Italy awaits you.Visit Amalfi and Ravello, spending time in each location, and enjoy a short photo stop at Sorrento and Positano. Halfway through the tour, guests head to a restaurant with breathtaking views to enjoy a light lunch of mixed salad and a main course with spaghetti, aubergine, mozzarella, and tomato.(own expense) After more exploration along the coast, return to Rome by late evening.

Day 10 ROME : Free Day. Take an optional tour to Vatican Museums & Colosseum.

Save time and money with a combined skip-the-ticket-line tour of the Vatican museums and the main monuments of ancient Rome. Meet your guide for a morning tour of the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel. Wander the vast corridors and galleries of one of the most important museums in the world, touring in a dedicated group. Go to the spectacular Cortile del Belvedere and see the historic maps of ancient cartographers in the Gallery of Maps. See beautiful tapestries by Raphael’s students in the Gallery of Tapestries. Then, gaze in awe at Michelangelo’s miraculous frescoes in the Sistine Chapel. In the afternoon, transfer to the Flavian amphitheater, better known as the Colosseum, and explore the largest amphitheater ever built. Learn more about the Roman emperors and gladiators and the bloodthirsty battles put on for the Roman citizens.

Day 11 VERONA : City Tour of Bologna & Verona.

After breakfast at hotel we proceed towards Bologna. Upon arrival, Discover the history of Bologna and its major cultural attractions. Make stops at the Asinelli tower, Neptune fountain, and the Basilica of San Petronio. Walk through the city streets admiring the architecture and discovering the most-famous cultural attraction. See the towers of Bologna and marvel at their height and significance. Discover the secrets behind Italian gastronomy in the Emilia-Romagna region as a reference due to its historical ties with food and Bologna as a hotspot for Italian culinary excellence. After lunch continue your journey towards Verona. Discover the history, culture, and charm of Verona, a city renowned for its Roman antiquities and its connection to Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. Explore Bra Square, known for its vibrant atmosphere and picturesque architecture, and follow your tour leader to see elegant palaces and historic buildings. At your own leisure, sample traditional Veronese cuisine at the square's restaurants, cafes, and shops, and experience the city's lively culture. Visit Juliet's House, believed to have belonged to the Cappello family who inspired Shakespeare's tragic love story. You can also admire the architecture of Castelvecchio, the Old Castle, and learn about its importance as the most significant military construction of the Scaliger dynasty. Take the cable car up Saint Peter Hill for a breathtaking view of Verona and walk along the Adige riverfront, with a stunning view of Castelvecchio.

Day 12 VENICE : Cortina and Dolomites Mountains.

Escape the crowds and take a day trip to the Dolomites, with stops at lake Santa Croce, Pieve di Cadore, Cortina, lake Auronzo, lake Misurina and Cortina. See fabulous scenery and get plenty of opportunities to take epic photographs. Pass through tunnels with astonishing views of canyons and valleys, which appear as if from nowhere. The scenery in this region is quite simply some of the most breathtaking in Europe. First stop at lake Santa Croce to admire the peaks of the Dolomites reflected in the crystalline waters and then at Pieve di Cadore for a short walk and maybe a cappuccino. We drive to the picturesque lake Auronzo, passing through enchanting mountain villages. Continue your trip towards lake Misurina, here you will have the chance to stroll around the lake with an optional lunch break and admire the mountain peaks of the Tre Cime di Lavaredo and spectacular backdrop of Sorapis and Marmole. Otherwise take the panoramic chairlift to reach “Col del Varda” at 2106 meters (tickets not included, to pay on spot) and breathe the fresh mountain air, it will reward you with yet more unforgettable views of the Dolomites. After lunch (not included), we will finally arrive at the last stop: Cortina d'Ampezzo, nicknamed the “Pearl of the Dolomites,” you will have approximately 30 minutes free time to stroll around the town, and take in the picturesque views of the mountains. Cortina d’Ampezzo will host the 2026 Winter Olympics Games, the famous international multi sport event, also know as Milano - Cortina 2026. With eyes full of beauty and cameras full of memories to cherish, we will then catch our car & ride to Venice.

Day 13 VENICE : Explore Venice with Murano & Burano with your ACTV PASS.

You will be captivated by the beauty of Venice, made up of 117 small islands connected to each other by 400 bridges. Let yourself be seduced by one of the city considered among the most beautiful in the world and, together with its lagoon, it is a World Heritage Site by Unesco. Explore the loveliest corners of this extraordinary city, built upon wooden pilings, from Saint Mark's Square to the Doge’s Palace, including the bell tower and the famous Grand Canal. The island of Murano is renowned for its long tradition of glass-making. Ferry-loads of visitors come to explore the Museo del Vetro, which tells the story of glass through the centuries, and to shop for locally crafted souvenirs. Built in the Romanesque style, the Church of Santa Maria and San Donato has a colorful mosaic floor and supposedly houses the bones of a slain dragon. Picturesque Burano is known for its brightly colored fishermen's houses and its casual eateries serving seafood from the lagoon. The Museo del Merletto has exhibits on the development of lace-making in the area, and shops sell lace products like linens and clothes, as well as the local butter cookies called "bussolai buranei." The ancient Chiesa di San Martino has a leaning 17th-century bell tower.

Day 14 VIENNA : Enroute visit Klagenfurt & Graz.

We will leave Venice for Vienna, the capital of Austria and a city alongside the Danube. Being the former capital of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Vienna has lots to offer. Our first stop is 'Klagenfurt', is ideally located on Lake Wörthersee, one of Europe’s largest and warmest Alpine lakes. Shaped by Italian architects, Klagenfurt is sometimes called the "Renaissance Gem". Today, the 800-year-old town features perfectly restored palaces, courtyards and squares. One of them is New Square (Neuer Platz), with the Lindworm Fountain in its centre. After lunch continue your journey towards Graz. Graz is Austria’s second largest city - and one of its hidden secrets. Visit historic Schlossberg castle built on a tree-clad hill. You can reach the Castle by funicular and from here enjoy Panoramic city views. Stroll through the main square of the city known as Hauptplatz. Here, you will see a bronze punk statue designed by the artist Gustav Troger. Next, Proceed to Vienna. On arrival check-in to your hotel after dinner.

Tour Costs : -

Price per Adult /Child

EUR 1385 on Twin sharing.

Departure Dates : -

Every Sunday of the Month from March 2024 Till October 2024

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Payment Terms : -

Payment Procedure Minimum Per Person Payment to

be made by the client At the time of booking

Within 31 - 45 days prior to the date of departure

Less than 14 & below from the date of departure

INR 20000 per person

50% of the Tour Price

100% of the Tour Price

Cancellation policy

When a Cancellation is made

Between 45 or more days from the date of departure

Between 45 - 21 days from the date of departure

Between 21 - 07 days or below from the date of departure

Between 00 - 07 days or below from the date of departure


10000 + Actual Visa Charges (if processed) Applicable

25% of the holiday cost

75% of the holiday cost

100% of the holiday cost

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