• Duration
    9 Day(s)
  • Service Level
  • Activity
    City Tour
  • Group Size





Europe is a cluster of places that encompasses everything, The old and new, the magical and logical, ancient and modern. There is no way to tour Europe without being overwhelmed by its picturesque beauty, epic history and culinary miscellany. It offers an unmanageable wealth of attractions in one big collection of countries, be it the grace fullness of Venice, or the Napoleonic grandeur of Paris or mingling with the gezellig people of Amsterdam. There will always be something for you here in Europe.

Itinerary Detail

Day 1 Arrive Amsterdam / City Tour

Welcome to the start of your tour! Arriving in Amsterdam, you'll meet your tour at the hotel. Once you've settled in, we'll head in to the centre of Amsterdam to experience the wonders of this fascinating city with an Amsterdam canal dinner cruise. Get on board and h ave those cameras at the ready – this is the best way to be introduced to Amsterdam, a city of beautiful 17th Century architecture, and a charm all its own. Keep an eye out for spots to revisit later on during your free time. Watch the city drift past as you sail by, and listen out for tips and interesting insights into the city f rom your tour leader. Later on, join your tour leader for a walking tour of the infamous Re d Light District! The evening is yours – explore the canals some more, or head to Dam Square, on e of the most important parts of the city.

Day 2 Rhine Valley

This morning, we’ll take a look at a cheese-making demonstration, revealing ho w cheese has been made in the traditional way in these parts for many years. Following that, w e’ll learn about that most quirky of Dutch footwear choices – the clog – and see how these traditional shoes are carved. Stopping off at a windmill for a photo stop, you’ll be able to appreciate the iconic scenery of the Netherlands. If the season is right, look out for flowers in the field s! Continuing on to the Rhine Valley, we’ll board a Rhine Valley river boat and cruise the Rhine River. Enjoy a drink on board as you sail, and admire the passing scenery. With the highest concentration of medieval castles in all of Europe, this is a memorable trip, especially with all the vineyards, cliff faces and medieval German towns! Learn more about ice wine (eiswein), an intensely sweet wine made from the juice of naturally-frozen grapes. The frozen grapes concentrate the sugars of the juice, intensifying the flavour profile. Enjoy a traditional German meal this evening, and then why not walk it all off with a stroll along the river.

Day 3 Innsbruck

Today, we're off to Innsbruck, Austria, taking a comfort stop in Ulmon the way. This historic German city is famous not only as the birthplace of Albert Einstein, but also for having the tallest church steeple in the world! Innsbruck is one of the few places in the world that really can lay claim to having something for everyone. It's not everywhere that offers extreme sports (thanks to the close proximity of the soaring Nordkette Alps), fascinating historical heritage (courtesy of the legacy of the Habsburgs), an d vibrant modern attractions too. This is where the modern urban environment meets the outdoors, with a space-age funicular taking up into the mountains in literally a matter of minutes. Once we arrive in the afternoon, we'll have dinner, after which your time is yours to explore this fascinating Austrian city. You can take the cable ca to the peak of Nordkette for stunning Alpine views, visit the town square and its famous Goldenes Dachl (Golden Roof) or, for something a little different, visit the Swarovski Crystal Museum!

Day 4 Venice

Leaving Innsbruck behind us, w e journey onward to the enchanting city of Venice. Travelling through stunning Alpine scenery, we will take a photo stop so that you can record your memories of the incredible mountain vistas spreading out before you. The timeless waterways and artistic masterpieces (more per square kilometre than anywhere else on earth) of Venice make it truly unique – this is a city that will capture your heart and imagination. Being Italian , there’s no shortage of incredible food and culture either! You’ll start your stay in Venice with an orientation tour to get your bearings; see St Mark's Square, the famous Rialto Bridge and the beautiful narrow alleyways lined with shops offering unique souvenirs. The afternoon is yours to explore this unforgettable city. If you wish to take part in the true Venice experience, your tour leader will organise a gondola ri de through the enchanting waterways, under the quaint bridges and between the beautiful house s that Venezia offers in abundance.

Day 5 Lucerne region

We're on our way back into Alpine territory once again today, but first we stop o ff in Verona for a comfort stop. The setting for the most famous love story of all time, Romeo & Juliet, one can seek out the balcony where Romeo reportedly wooed his lover. After a short stop, we continue on to Lucerne. Renowned as one of Switzerland's most beautiful cities, this is on e place you'll definitely want to have your cam era at the ready! All the ingredients for the quintessentially picturesque Swiss experience are here - a cobalt lake and well-preserved old-town complete with waterfront promenades, covered bridges and perfect plazas is surrounded by the natural skyscrapers of the Swiss Alps. It's really no wonder that Goethe, Queen Victoria and Wagner savoured the stunning views that Lucerne has to offer. There's charm and grace around every corner, but it's not all about history - there's certainly enough of a pulse here to k eep things current, with carnivals, concerts and exhibitions aplenty.

Day 6 Burgundy

Before we travel onward to Burgundy, you'll have the morning to enjoy more of the Lucerne region - why not join our Mount Pilatus optional excursion? Whether you take t he world's steepest cogwheel railway from Alpnachstad or the panoramic gondolas and aerial cableway from Kriens, you will travel up through lush meadows carpeted with Alpine flowers, past sparkling mountain streams and fascinating rock faces - the Mount Pilatus optional truly offers that unique Alpine experience! If Paris is the place for romance, then Burgundy is the place for two other things the French - and France - are well-known for: great food and wine. Some of the most famous names in wine-making call Burgundy home, and trust us, it goes very well indeed with the region's typically rich, meaty cuisine. You will be staying in the capital of Burgundy, Dijon. A place of tremendous wealth and power and one of the great European centres of art, learning and science, there is plenty to do in Dijon. Beyond the food and wine, t his is also the place to soak up history, with excellent museums and fabulous Renaissance architecture helping to make this one of the most memorable parts of the entire tour!

Day 7 Paris

The city of lights is our next stop , as we take in the home of some of the world's most famous cultural landmarks, museums that feature some of the world's most important art works, cafes, galleries, boutiques and more. Trying to see it all is futile, but wherever you explore will leave an impression you're likely to forget anytime soon. Whether you're strolling the boulevards, visiting stylish boutiques, admiring the artwork, exploring the famous neighbourhoods t hat have been home to so many of the world's great thinkers and artists or simply sitting at a street-side cafe and watching the world go by, Paris is unforgettable. To help you make the most of your time, your tour leader can organise queue jump tickets to the River Seine Cruise and a visit to the Montparnasse tower, offering in credible views of the Paris skyline, including the Eiffel Tower! For the uniquely Parisian experience, join your tour leader on a visit to an incredible Cabaret show!

Day 8 Paris - Amsterdam

It's the last leg of our journey already! On our way back to the Dutch capital we stop in Brussels for a comfort stop and the chance to explore the Belgian capital. Sample typical Belgian fare (moules et frites, countless varieties of beer, and of course, that famous chocolate), or wander around. Perhaps grab some last- minute souvenirs for the folks back home? We w ill also take a photo stop at the incredible Anatomies. Originally built for the 1958 World's F air, this unique structure makes for a truly incredible selfie opportunity! After our comfort stop, we continue on to Amsterdam, where our tour officially ends. We hope you've enjoyed this whirlwind tour of Europe!


  • Accomodation on Twin Sharing Basis
  • Breakfast (Other meals are included depending on Itinerary)
  • Transportation on SIC basis (unless stated otherwise)

Important Notes

  • All personal expenses during the trip will not be covered by the travel agent
  • All Rates are valid for Nepalese Nationals Only
  • Any other items not mentioned in the Itinerary are not included in the tour