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Tour Code:
Start City:
Paris, PA, FRA
End City:
Paris, PA, FRA
7 days
Tour Type:
Jan 1st 2014 - Dec 31st 2014: Sat
English Live
Please note that order of day-to-day itinerary is adjustable depending on tour start day.
Day 1 : Paris - Lucerne
Summary of The Day: The tour will begin as you board a luxury coach in Paris to relax as you see the gorgeous French countryside and the magnificent Swiss mountain landscape. We'll pass through Basel, which is where the countries of Switzerland, France and Germany meet before we arrive in the lakeside winter wonderland of Lucerne. We'll see some city landmarks before we retire for the night at a 3-star hotel in or outside of Lucerne.
Visiting Attraction:
Chapel Bridge
Chapel Bridge One of the oldest covered bridges in Europe dates back to 1333 and is known as Kapellbrücke in its German-speaking home of Lucerne, Switzerland. Much of 669-foot Chapel Bridge located where Lake Lucerne meets River Reuss had to be reconstructed after a 1993 fire. There are magnificent 17th Century paintings inside the bridge portraying the city's and country's history.
Lucerne Water Tower
Lucerne Water Tower This 13th Century octagon-shaped fort translated in German as Wasserturm was used as a watch tower, prison, dungeon, treasury and archive. Water Tower can only be seen from the outside as the inside is a private club. The medieval structure in addition to nearby Chapel Bridge are Lucerne's most popular landmarks. Alpine swifts having been occupying the tower's roof during the spring for years and the building also is topped with an old stork's nest.
Day 2 : Lucerne - Milan - Verona - Venice
Summary of The Day: We'll leave Lucerne to head to the Fashion Capital of Italy where we'll see some of Milan's most notable sites including one of the oldest shopping malls in the world. Next, we'll go to Verona to visit an ancient arena as well as landmarks related to Shakespeare's famous star-crossed lovers Romeo and Juliet. After giving you some free time around the city, we'll travel to beautiful Venice where we'll stay at a 3-star hotel outside of Venice Island.
Visiting Attraction:
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II The Central Milan glass-domed shopping mall is one of the oldest in the world being designed and built by Giuseppe Mengoni from 1865-77 and named after Italy's first king. Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II contains upscale restaurants and retailers such as Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Prada as well as many long-established businesses. The center's ceiling mosaics represent different countries while its floor mosaics depicts symbols of Italian history.
Juliet's House, Verona
Juliet's House, Verona The 13th Century Verona house that is said have belonged to the real life Juliet Capulet of William Shakespeare's play "Romeo & Juliet" is situated on Via Cappello and was owned by the dell Cappello family for many years. Tourists flock to Juliet's House, or Casa di Giulietta, to see and stand on her world famous balcony or pose with the bronze statue of the literary heroine in the courtyard. There's a museum inside the house featuring 16th and 17th Century paintings and antiques relating to Shakespeare's play.
La Scala
La Scala Officially called Teatro alla Scala, the world famous opera house in Milan has hosted the best and most famous opera stars in Italy and around the world. La Scala premiered in 1778 under the name New Royal-Ducal Theatre alla Scala with a performance of Europa riconosciuta by Antonio Salieri. The structure had to be reconstructed after it was nearly destroyed by World War II bombing and it later underwent major renovations from 2002-04. It is the home base of a chorus, ballet, orchestra and theater academy. La Scala contains a museum on opera history.
Milan Cathedral
Milan Cathedral This epic Gothic style Milan structure took almost six centuries to build with the groundbreaking in 1386 and completion in 1965. The 520-foot by 302-foot Milan Cathedral, or Duomo di Milano is the seat of the Milan's Archbishop and the fifth largest cathedral in the world. Among the religious site's many artistic features are the 1562 Bartolomeo Flayed statue, The Holy Nail reportedly used in the Crucifixion of Christ, Madonnino on the cathedral spire and the largest pipe organ in Italy.
Verona Arena
Verona Arena The well-preserved ancient Veronese amphitheater located in Piazza Bra dates back to 30 AD and was able to hold an audience of more than 30,000 people to watch games and entertainers. Verona Arena was partially destroyed by an 1117 earthquake. It has been a long-time major venue for opera with the first performances being in the 1850s. The arena that now has a capacity of 15,000 people hosts many concerts with past acts such as Pink Floyd, Duran Duran, Sting, Pearl Jam, Paul McCartney and One Direction.
Day 3 : Venice - Rome
Summary of The Day: Today we'll see why countless publications have named Venice one of the world's most beautiful cities. You'll be in total awe of the ornate palaces, serene waterways and spectacular architecture of this preserved city on water. There is an optional gondola ride costing 25.00 Euros per person (Based on 6 persons per gondola) that you may choose to take. We'll travel to Rome in the afternoon for lodgings in a three-star hotel in or outside of "The Eternal City."
Visiting Attraction:
Bridge of Sighs
Bridge of Sighs The well-known 36-foot white limestone bridge with windows spanning the Rio di Palazzo was built in 1602 by Antoni Contino and joins Venice's New Prison with the Doge's Palace interrogation rooms. The name of the bridge known in Italian as Ponte dei Sospiri is said to be referencing how prisoners being led to their cells or to the executioner would let out a sigh as they saw Venice one last time before their confinement. The 1979 movie "A Little Romance" starring Laurence Olivier and Diane Lane was based on the Venice lore that couples would have eternal love and happiness if they kissed while their passed under the Bridge of Sighs at sunset while the bells of St. Mark's Campanile ring.
Doge's Palace, Venice
Doge's Palace, Venice The Venetian Gothic-style structure translated Palazzo Ducale in Italian is located within St. Mark's Square and has featured a museum since 1923. Doge's Palace used to be the home of Venice's doge as well as contain other government offices and the current building dates back to 1340 though it has been damaged by fire and renovated many times. The well-known Bridge of Sighs is connected to the Doge's Palace to take prisoners from the magistrate offices to a building that was planned to have the new prison cells. Doge's Palace museum presents many exhibits on Venice history and art and offers tours of the building's historic rooms.
Grand Canal
Grand Canal Venice's most beautiful and enchanting architectual jewels from the 13th to 18th centuries line The Grand Canal, which is the Italian city's main waterway. View the extravagant palazzos or palaces of centuries past. Water taxis, water buses and gondolas navigate the 3,800-mile long canal shaped like a backwards letter "S." Highlights along the waterway are Palazzi Barbaro, Palazzo Barbarigo, Palazzo Dario, Palazzo Venier dei Leoni, Ca'Rezzonico, Ca'd'Oro and Santa Maria della Salute.
Murano The Venetian Lagoon island has been a base for glass-making for more than 700 years as Venice mandated the glass artisans move there in 1291 because the trade was a fire hazard. Murano glass-makers still produce many products today and have trademarked glass made on the island. Murano's Palazzo Giustinian contains the Murano Glass Museum that has various exhibits and offers the history of glass-making. Other sites on the island to visit are Santa Maria e San Donato and San Pietro Martire churches.
St. Mark's Basilica
St. Mark's Basilica Built in 832 A.D., St. Mark's Basilica is a marvel of ancient Byzantine, Roman and Gothic architectural styles and one of the most famous Roman Catholic cathedrals in the world. The famous Venice landmark that dates back to 1071 contains exquisite ornate details inside and out including the Golden Pall, Horses of St. Mark, Treasury and Four Tetrarches. No trip to Venice would be complete without visiting this jewel dedicated to the city's patron apostle.
Day 4 : Rome - Vatican City - Florence
Summary of The Day: When in Rome, we'll tour the city-state of Vatican City, where His Holiness lives and see the epic St. Peter's Basilica to see why it's so important to Catholicism. There's an optional visit to the Sistine Chapel at an additional cost to see the world renowned beauty of the ceiling painted by Michelangelo. The Sistine Chapel Tour with a tour guide and audio system is 45.00 Euro/person. Next, we'll marvel at the famed Trevi Fountain and don't forget to bring coins to make your wish. An elective visit (additional cost of 12.00 Euro/person or 17.00 Euro/person with audio guide) to the ancient Roman Colosseum is followed by The Arch of Constantine. You'll get some time to yourself before we drive to Florence and stay in a three-star hotel in or outside the city.
Visiting Attraction:
Arch of Constantine
Arch of Constantine Constructed in 315 AD, this triumphal arch memorializes Constantine I's army victory over Maxentius' army in the Battle of Milvian Bridge on Oct. 28, 312 AD in the Roman Empire. The 85-foot wide by 69-foot high monument is located next to the Colosseum. Constantine's triumph was significant in religious history because it led him to convert to Christianity believing he prevailed because of the Christian symbol he carried into battle. The ruler's new faith brought widespread acceptance of Christianity within the Roman Empire.
St. Peter's Basilica
St. Peter's Basilica The most visited basilica in the world was designed by Renaissance artists Michelangelo, Donato Bramante, Carlo Maderno and Gian Lorenzo Bernini and construction was completed in 1626. St. Peter's Basilica is named for one of the 12 apostles and the first Bishop of Rome Saint Peter, who is said to be buried under the church's altar. A church has been located on this holy site since 329. St. Peter's Basilica services are frequently performed by Vatican City's most famous resident the Pope. The structure's exterior and interior architecture and ornamental features are artistic treasures that will awe and inspire.
Trevi Fountain
Trevi Fountain This Baroque masterpiece in the Trevi District of Rome could be the most famous fountain in the world. The 86-foot tall by 161-foot wide Trevi Fountain was designed by architect Nicola Salvi and Pietro Bracci with its prominent feature being a statue of Ocean and it was completed in 1762. Italian legend says that visitors who throw a coin in the fountain will be granted a trip back to "The Eternal City." The travertine stone landmark has been featured in many movies including "La Dolce Vita," "Roman Holiday," "Three Coins in a Fountain" and "When in Rome."
Day 5 : Florence - Pisa - Genoa
Summary of The Day: We'll begin our day in Florence with a spectacular view of the city and surrounding area at Michelangelo Square. You will have the opportunity to purchase some of the high-quality leather items the city is known for before we take a guided tour of more famous sites. You'll have some free time before we head off to Pisa to see its iconic leaning tower and the Square of Miracles. The tour will travel to the Italian Riviera city of Genoa to stay at a hotel there or in a nearby city.
Visiting Attraction:
Cathedral Square, Florence
Cathedral Square, Florence This highly visited plaza known in Italian as Piazza del Duomo is the site of the celebrated Florence Cathedral topped with Brunelleschi's Dome, Giotto's Campanile, Loggia del Bigallo, Baptistery of St. John, Museum of the Works of the Cathedral and many more exquisite structures. Cathedral Square is named for the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, which is one of the city's top attractions. Leave plenty of time to explore all of the enchanting buildings in this public square.
Giotto's Campanile
Giotto's Campanile The 278-foot tall Gothic style bell tower that is located in Florence's Cathedral Square contains seven different bells and was completed in 1359 using Giotto's designs. Giotto's Campanile is full of ornate panels depicting Genesis, Gothic statues and other magnificent details. Many of the building's original artworks are now on display at Museum of the Works of the Cathedral. The five-level tower's top provides an excellent 360-degree view of Florence and can be reached by walking up 414 steps.
Michelangelo Square
Michelangelo Square This Neoclassical style public plaza has been amazing visitors for decades offering 360-degree postcard-perfect views of Florence, the Arno River and the Tuscan countryside. Michelangelo Square, or Piazzale Michelangelo, was designed in 1869 by architect Giuseppe Poggi and this elegant terrace features reproductions of Michelangelo's artworks including "David" and the Medici Chapel as a dedication to the legendary artist.
Ponte Vecchio, Florence
Ponte Vecchio, Florence The 95-foot long Medieval stone arch bridge crosses the Arno River in Florence and contains various merchants in its structure. Ponte Vecchio was built in 1345 and designed by Taddeo Gaddi after two earlier versions were destroyed by floods. It was the only Florence bridge not ruined by the Germans during World War II. The City of Florence has had problems with lovers placing a padlock on the bridge and throwing the key in the river as some tradition says the practice will ensure the pair is forever together.
Square of Miracles
Square of Miracles Formerly called Cathedral Square, this incredibly beautiful public plaza was renamed what Italian writer Gabriele d'Annunzio called it in his 1910 novel "Forse che sì forse che no." Square of Miracles contains Pisa's most cherished landmarks such as Pisa Cathedral, Pisa Baptistery, The Leaning Tower of Pisa, Monument Cemetery and The New Hospital of the Holy Spirit. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Site is bordered by Medieval Walls and highly acclaimed for its sublime architectural unity.
The Leaning Tower of Pisa
The Leaning Tower of Pisa This 183-foot Italian marvel began tilting when it was being built back in 1178 and construction was stopped for 100 years to give the tower time to settle, which it did not. The Leaning Tower of Pisa was finally completed in 1350 with a tilt of more than five degrees and now it slants just under four degrees after more adjustments in 1990s. It is a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization World Heritage Site grouped with the nearby Pisa Cathedral, Pisa Baptistery and Monumental Cemetery. The Pisa landmark attracts more than one million visitors per year.
Uffizi Gallery
Uffizi Gallery The divine structure of the Uffizi Gallery Museum is itself a work of art worthy of being part of its collection that contains pieces by Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Botticelli, Cimabue, Giotto and Raffaello. The U-shaped building was commissioned by Grand Duke of Tuscany Cosimo I de' Medici in 1560 for government offices for Florence and designed by Giorgio Vasari. After Vasari's death, the building was finished by Bernardo Buontalenti and it was gradually turned into a gallery in the 1580s. Uffizi Gallery opened to the public in 1769 and it now has more than one million visitors per year.
Day 6 : Genoa - Monaco - Grasse - Nice - Cannes - Avignon
Summary of The Day: We'll say "Arrivederci" to the Italian Riviera and "Bonjour" to the French Riviera as we start the day in Monaco and its casino city of Monte Carlo. Next, we go to Grasse - "The Perfume Capital of the World" to stop at one of its perfume factories and then we're off to Nice for some excellent French cuisine. We'll travel to Cannes to see where the famous film festival takes place and then head to Avignon to stay in a local hotel inside or outside the city.
Visiting Attraction:
Fragonard Perfume Factory, Grasse
Fragonard Perfume Factory, Grasse This French fragrance factory of Fragonard Perfumeur was built in 1782 and visitors will get a fascinating insider's look at how the lovely aromas are created and the history of perfume making in Grasse. Fragonard Perfume Factory produces perfumes, soaps and cosmetics and has a museum on-site displaying many fragrance exhibits. There's also a store to take home some of the factory's delightful scented potions at factory prices. The perfume company took on the name of French painter Jean-Honoré Fragonard in 1926.
Monaco Courthouse
Monaco Courthouse Monaco has one of the most beautiful courthouses in the world with this intricately designed circular palace built in 1924 using sea tuff stone and adorned with spiraling staircases. A bust of Sovereign Honoré II dated 1568 is located on one of the structure's sides.
Monte Carlo Casino
Monte Carlo Casino The lavish Beaux Arts style casino in Monaco is a favorite place of the fictional international spy James Bond and contains slots as well as many table games. Constructing a casino to supplement the city-state's decreasing capital was the idea of Princess Caroline and after some failed attempts and many renovations on the structure built in 1862, Monte Carlo Casino became a success drawing in tourists from around the world. It also houses the Monte Carlo Opera and offices of the Monte Carlo Ballet. This elegant French Riviera gambling palace surrounded by palm trees and French gardens is the definition of glamour and you're likely to see high rollers, celebrities and royalties there.
Oceanographic Museum of Monaco
Oceanographic Museum of Monaco Legendary ocean explorer Jacques Cousteau was once the director of this Monaco marine museum located on a cliff along the scenic Mediterranean Sea. Oceanographic Museum of Monaco established in 1910 by Prince Albert I features more than 6,000 sea organisms in 90-plus pools and attracts more than 670,000 visitors annually. Marine habitat aquariums are The Mediterranean Sea, Tropical Sea and Shark Lagoon and the institution has many permanent and temporary exhibits including one where daring visitors have the opportunity to pet live sharks swimming in a pool.
Palais des Festivals
Palais des Festivals The Cannes venue hosts many international and local events including the Cannes International Film Festival. Palais des Festivals was built in 1979 after the original building constructed in 1949 became too small for the popular film festival. The convention center also was expanded in 1999 adding on Espace Riviera.
St. Nicholas Cathedral, Monaco
St. Nicholas Cathedral, Monaco Also known as Cathedral of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception and Monaco Cathedral, this Roman Catholic site is where the tombs of Princess Grace Kelly and many of the Grimaldi family members are located. St. Nicholas Cathedral was designed by Charles Lenormand and opened in 1903 on the same property where the principality's first church was constructed in 1252. The cathedral was the location of the 1956 royal wedding of Prince Rainier and actress Grace Kelly. There is fountain featuring a statue of St. Nicholas located in front of the cathedral.
Day 7 : Avignon - Paris
Summary of The Day: With a lifetime of memories of some of Europe's top vacation cities, you can relax as the tour winds down driving through the French countryside to arrive back in Paris.
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    - Gondola in Venice (Based on 6 persons per gondola): 25.00 Euro/person
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  • Italy entrance fees (the following fees are mandatory to be paid before entering the city):
    - Venice City Entrance+Boat Trip+ City Tax: 15.00 Euro/person
    - Florence City Entrance+ City Tax: 10.00 Euro/person
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    - Monte Carlo City entrance: 5.00 Euro/person
    - Colosseum: 12.00 Euro/person
    - Colosseum with Audio Guide: 17.00 Euro/person
    - Sistine Chapel Tour with Tour Guide & Audio System-also includes the Vatican and St Peters: 45.00 Euro/person
    - Gondola in Venice: 25.00 Euro/person (Based on 6 persons per gondola)
    - Italian Spaghetti Menu: 20.00 Euro/person
    - Florence Menu (Pizza and Beef Menu): 20.00 Euro/person
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