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Classic European Panorama
18 days / 17 nights
Paris - Dijon - Lyon - Avignon - Nice - Monaco - Pisa - Florence - Rome - Venice - Vienna - Salzburg - Munich - Stuttgart - Frankfurt - Cologne - Amsterdam - Brussels

Day 1 Paris
Arrival at Paris airport and transfer to the hotel.

Day 2 Paris
Panoramic tour of Paris including Champs Elysees, cathedral Notre Dame and the Latin quarter, Place Concorde, Tuileries and the Louvre Muse­um, The Eiffel Tower and Trocadero. Grand Opera and Les Invalides. Free afternoon.

Day 3 Paris
Half day tour to the Chateau of Versailles, the res­idence of the kings of France. In the afternoon optional visit to Louvre Museum or Montmartre area, Les Marais and Seine river cruise.

Day 4 Paris - Dijon (320km/4,30h) - Lyon (200km/3h)
Departure for Dijon, a trip to discover the famous vineyards of Burgundy. Visit the area around Palais des Dues - once the palace of of the pow­erful dukes of Burgundy, the church of Notre dame and the old town with his medieval hous­es. Afternoon proceed to Lyon and short city tour. Overnight in Lyon.

Day 5 Lyon - Avignon (230km/3h) - Nice (260km/4h)
Departure for Avignon, visit the Palais des Papes and the famous Pont Saint Benezet In the after­noon, proceed to the french Riviera and its most famous city - Nice.

Day 6 Nice - Monaco (20km/1h) - Pisa (340km/5h)
Have a short sightseeing tour of Nice in the morning and later, proceed to Monaco where you will stop for a visit of the city. Continue via Genoa to Italy and Pisa. Have highlights tour and see the Square of Miracles and the renowned Leaning Tower. Overnight in Pisa.

Day 7 Pisa - Florence (90km/2h)
Departure for Florence, the jewel of Italy, the city of Dante, Michelangelo, Leonar­do da Vinci. Have a half day city tour and a visit to the Uffizi Gallery. Overnight in Florence.

Day 8 Florence - Rome (280km/4,30h)
Half day city tour of Florence, the cradle of Renaissance includes the Square of the CathedraL the river Arno, the Ponte Vecchio and other city sights. Proceed to Tuscany, the Latium and arrival to Rome for overnight.

Day 9 Rome
Have a tour dedicated to the Vatican Museums, which house over 9 miles of the most extensive collection of art in the world. See the Sistine chapel, ceiling by Michelangelo and the Raphael Rooms. Later, visit the St.Peter’s church and end in the superb square designed by Bernini. In the afternoon visit the three important churches - Basilica of St. Mary Major, St. John in Lateran, St. Paul Outside the Walls. Dinner at hotel and overnight.

Day 10 Rome
Morning tour dedicated to the highlights of Ancient Rome - visit the Colosseum, see the Roman Forum, the Pantheon. After that, experience the most famous Rome masterpieces such as Di Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona and Piazza di Spagna. Dinner and overnight.

Day 11 Rome - Venice (540km/8h)
Departure for the Emilia-Romagna region area famous for its vineyards. Arrival in Venice. Introductory city tour with vaporetto boat on the Grand Canal for a first impression of Venice. Overnight in Venice.

Day 12 Venice - Vienna (590km/8h)
Tour of Venice includes the Square and Basilica Saint Marc, the Bridge of Sighs, the Palace of the Doges. Departure for Vienna via Udine for overnight.

Day 13 Vienna
Tour of Vienna includes the Imperial Hofburg Palace, the National Library, the Ring, the Opera House, the Old Quarters. In the afternoon, we proceed to the Palace of Schonbrunn, the summer residence of the Hapsburgs.

Day 14 Vienna - Salzburg (300km/5h) - Munich (150km/2h) - Stuttgart (220km/3,30h)
Departure for an introductory tour of Mozart’s birthplace. Later on continue to Munich, inoramic tour of the capital of Bavaria: the historic quarters, the visit the former artists' quar­ter Schwabing, Theatiner Church, Hall of Generals, House of Arts, Bavarian National Museum.

Day 15 Stuttgart - Frankfurt (210km/3h) - Cologne (190km/3h)
Departure for Heidelberg or Frankfurt and then proceed to Cologne. Sightseeing tour of the city includes the magnificent gothic cathedral the Roman heritage, the ancient fortifications.

Day 16 Cologne - Amsterdam (270km/3,30h)
Departure for the Netherlands and guided cruise on the famous Amsterdam canals and discovery of the city built on more than one hundred tiny islands and featuring over 400 bridges.

Day 17 Amsterdam - Brussels (210km/3,30h)
Arrival in Brussels and sightseeing tour of the city including the Grand Place, one of the world's most famous market squares, the Manneken-Pis, the Atomium.

Day 18 Brussels
Transfer to the airport for final departure.