Travel through Europe’s Most amazing cities

Discover the jewels of Europe!

Our European coach tour is an opportunity for you group to visit multiple European destinations in only few days. Our starting point is London, UK. We drive through Germany, Austria, Italy and Switzerland before we reach Paris, France. Your tour includes world famous landmarks such as The Vatican, Eiffel Tower,Mt.Titlis and The Leaning Tower of Pisa!

  • Destination

  • Departure

    London,UK / Paris, France
  • Included

    Our Deluxe Motorcoaches
    Our Experienced Tour Director
    Our Expert Guides
    Our Unsurpassed Service

Day 1: Flight to UK

Embark your flight towards Europe. Enjoy amenities onboard. Dinners is served on your aircraft.

Day 2: Arrival in London

Upon arrival you will be met by your Tour Director who will remain with you throughout your trip. Embark your deluxe motor coach, and begin your city tour of London. You will see Piccadilly Circus, Big Ben, and the Buckingham Palace. Dinner and Overnight in London

Day 3 : Tour of London

After your breakfast you will start your second day touring this beautiful city. You will see Trafalgar Square, Tower Bridge, House of Parliament and the Westminster Abbey. Dinner and Overnight in London.

Day 4 London to Cologne through Bruges

Today you begin early morning with your transfer to St. Pancras station to get on board your high speed train Eurostar©. Your driver will pick you and your Tour Director from Calais, France and take your to your first stop Bruges. Admire the beautiful Grand Palace Square, stroll around the city before we continue to Cologne. Before we reach our hotel we make a quick stop to visit the famous Gothic Cathedral of Cologne. Dinner and Overnight.

Day 5: Cologne to Munich through Heidelberg

Today our tour will take us to Munich, capital of Bavaria and famous for the Oktoberfest festival. Before we reach Munich we will make a stop at the beautiful city of Heidelberg sitting on the banks of Neckar River and visit the famous Heidelberg Castle. Upon arrival to Munich we enjoy a quick view of the city and continue to our hotel. Dinner and Overnight in Munich.

Day 6 Munich to Venice through Innsbruck

Long drive this morning after breakfast as we need to cross thought Austria to reach our final destination of Venice, Italy. Upon arrival at Innsbruck you will have free time to explore the city on your own and view famous landmarks such as Golden Roof, Wilten Basilica and Hofburg Palace. The we will continue to Venice driving on the 620 foot hight Europa Bridge and the through the foothills of Dolomites. Our bus will drop us off at Tronchetto and we will embark our private hydro-bus ( Vaporetto ) towards the San marco square at the hear of this breathtaking floating city. You will enjoy an orientation tour viewing St. Mark’s Square, Bridge of Sights, Dodges Palace and the Byzantine Basilica. Dinner and Overnight in Venice/Padova.

Day 7 Venice to Rome

Today we have a long drive from Venice to Rome. After breakfast we embark our deluxe motor coach towards Rome. Italy’s Eternal City combining awe-inspiring art and vibrant street life combined with 3,000 years of History. Bus panoramic view of the city and continue to the hotel. Dinner and Overnight in Rome.

Day 8 Rome and Vatican City Tour

After Breakfast we being our day with a tour of the Vatican Museums, St. Peter Basilica and Sistine Chapel. We continue with a walking tour through Piazza Navona, Trevi Fountains and the Spanish steps. We will conclude our day with a tour of the world famous Colloseum. Dinner and Overnight in Rome

Day 9 Rome to Pisa through Florence

We depart towards Pisa ( Famous Leaning Tower ), with a stop in Florence for a guided tour of the city. You will have the chance to see Santa Croce Basilica, Baptisery & Signoria Square. The we continue to Pisa, view and make pictures by the Leaning Tower before we reach our hotel. Dinner and Overnight in Pisa

Day 10 Pisa to Mulhouse

Today we start our long journey to Switzerland before we reach Mulhouse for our Overnight. This morning you will receive packed breakfast and embark the bus early in the morning. Upon Arrival to Lucerne, Optional entrance to Mt.Titlis & briefly panoramic view of the city o Lucerne. Lucerne is stunning, and deservedly popular since the likes of Goethe, Queen Victoria and Wagner savoured her views in the 19th century. Legend has it that an angel with a light showed the first settlers where to build a chapel in Lucerne, and today it still has amazing grace. Optinal Mt.Titlis Tour Mt. Tittles is a glacier that will leave you spellbound with its majestic beauty. This panoramic area is close to Lucerne and is a favorite venue for international cultural events. Massively situated at a height of 10,000 you will never forget this experience of ice and snow throughout your life. This snowy paradise is within a short distance of one and a half hours from Zurich, Basel, Lucerne and Bern.

Day 11 Mulhouse to Paris

Today we start our journey towards Paris. Paris has a timeless familiarity for first-time and frequent visitors, with instantly recognizable architectural icons, along with exquisite cuisine, chic boutiques and priceless artistic treasures. Upon arrival enjoy a panoramic view of the city and continue to the hotel. Dinner and Overnight in Paris.

Day 12 Paris Tour

We start our morning with a tour of the city including a tour of the Famous Louvre Museum!View Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, The Notre Dame Cathedral, The Opera Garnier,Champs Elysees & Gardens. Overnight in Paris. Optional Seine River Cruise Upon Request

Day 13 Departure

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History Of The City

"Europe" as a cultural concept is substantially derived from the shared heritage of the Roman Empire and its culture. The boundaries of Europe were historically understood as those of Christendom (or more specifically Latin Christendom), as established or defended throughout the medieval and early modern history of Europe, especially against Islam, as in the Reconquista and the Ottoman wars in Europe.[233] This shared cultural heritage is combined by overlapping indigenous national cultures and folklores, roughly divided into Slavic, Latin (Romance) and Germanic, but with several components not part of either of these group (notably Greek and Celtic). Cultural contact and mixtures characterise much of European regional cultures; Kaplan (2014) describes Europe as "embracing maximum cultural diversity at minimal geographical distances"