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The Best of Croatia in a Nutshell!

A rare find and a fantastic opportunity to explore some of the Adriatic's most beautiful pearls from resort town of Split to Zadar and Havr Island highlighting Beautiful Dubrovnik today's filming sites for King's Landing such as St Dominika Street, Bokar Fortress and more... ...

Dubrovnik
 
Havr
 
Split
 
Salzburg
 
Zadar

 
Day 1
Evening departure
Evening departure from selected locations.

Day 2
Zadar - Split
Morning arrival to Zadar and orientation tour followed by some free to explore.
We then depart for Split to investigate some of Croatia's main coastal attractions.
We finish our last leg of the journey in Split, the second-largest city in Croatia and the largest city in the region of Dalmatia. Our local guide will point out its most important landmarks before checking into our first-class hotel. 2
Day 3
Dubrovnik Excursion
Spend the day in Split, or else you may opt to join us on an excursion to Dubrovnik as we travel south, one of Europe's most charming Gems. The city of Dubrovnik and one that is repeatedly ranked among the must-sees of the Adriatic. A tour of the city and its walls offers a perfect understanding of what this unique capital is one of the most interesting in the Mediterranean sea.
Free time to enjoy great shopping and stunning views before returning to Split.
Day 4
Split - Havr
Sleep in this morning and indulge, walk the streets and markets of Split for the remainder of the day.
The afternoon is free for your own activities or join us on an excursion to the picturesque island of Hvar.
Later this evening we leave Split for our return overnight to journey onto Austria.
Day 5
Salzburg - Home
Upon arrival to the city of music, we are joined by our local guide for a walking tour pointing out the most prominent landmark, among them the Mozart's House. There will be plenty of time to explore, enjoy lunch and collect Austrian memorabilia before continuing our journey home.
Early to the late evening, return to points of origin.

Croatia
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Zadar
The three-thousand-year-old city's heart is its Old Town, which offers fantastic sightseeing attractions, including Roman ruins, medieval architecture, and numerous old churches. Equally tempting for visitors are beautiful beaches along Zadar's coastline, an ideal location to swim and relax. What more is there to ask for? /
Hvar
Hvar is a beautiful Croatian island off the Dalmatian Coast, favored for its spectacular beaches, lavender fields, and lush vineyards. Hvar Town with Gothic palaces, stunning churches, and an imposing old fortress. The natural beauty of Hvar offers plenty of outdoor recreation, from hiking on the cliffs to swimming in the secluded coves and beaches. Join us on this full-day outing. €45/ €30
Dubrovnik
Overlooking the calm blue waters of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik is one of the world's most magnificent walled cities. The city has often been referred to as the "Pearl of the Adriatic." It was inducted into the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979 as a city of rich culture and history. Join our local guide to discover the city and take time to stroll through the historical city center during the time at your leisure. €55/ €40
Salzburg
Salzburg is world-famous for many things. Mozart's birthplace, setting for the musical The Sound of Music, and hosting each year the prominent Salzburg Music and Drama Festival. The splendor and well-preserved Barrock architecture of the once-powerful Bishopric city is a perfect backdrop to experience this centerstage of culture and added it to the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites. /
Mozart's House
The celebrated composer, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, was born on the third floor of the "Hagenauer House" Getreidegasse 9, on January 27, 1756. A museum is now welcoming you into the original rooms containing historical instruments, including Mozart's violin and clavichord. Documents, memorabilia, and portraits painted during his lifetime are reflecting his life in Salzburg. /

Note: Listed priced activities are offered as optional excursion package, listed highlights may be require entrance fees to access that can be paid for locally and may be subject to availability and holiday closures.

Departure date | Prices: Adults , Children (4-11) , Infants
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Europe's Most Colorful Event!

The city of Venice is an extravaganza of sight and sound. From the Bridge of Sighs to the decadent architecture that hangs across the city’s skyline. Echoes of past lives can be found everywhere you go, and this is no more so true than at the Venice Carnival in the ten days before Lent. The Carnival has a tradition that stretches back to Roman times. Join the Festival of mask, with all your senses – 6 senses for 6 sentiri – attend it, feel it for one full day: food tasting, costume parades, free shows. ...

Verona
 
Padua
 
Venice
 
Murano

 
Day 1
Departure to Venice


Departure to Italy from selected points.
Day 2
Venice
Morning arrival at Venice, waterbus transfer into Venice's center and orientation tour highlighting the St Mark's Square and it surroundings. Today a costume parade as per Venetian tradition as to set the scene for the splendor and magical atmosphere of a the famous Carnevale. A reminiscent historical parade with hundreds of figures represents the dignitaries and soldiers of the Serenissima Republic, accompanying the twelve “Marie” to St. Mark's Square reminding of the 12 most beautiful girls in the city that were kidnapped and then saved by the Venetian army.
Following some free time to explore and enjoy we leave for nearby Padua for overnight Stay.
This evening see your tour guide for evening outing suggestions. 1
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Verona - Home
Following breakfast and check out we leave for Verona famous for Romeo & Juliet's Balcony and it Roma Amphitheater.
There will be an opportunity for luch and souvernir shopping before journeying back to poits of origin.
Dinner break enroute in Switzerland.

Venice Water Bus
The Vaporetto gets both locals and visitors to the places they want and need to go throughout Venice. Because traveling the canals is the easiest way to get around the city, the water bus has long been the most efficient and cost-effective mode of transportation, aside from walking. /
Arena di Verona
Built in the first century, the Verona Arena is an open-air Roman amphitheater that is still entirely in use today, making it one of the best-preserved ancient structures in the world. The Arena was initially used to host gladiator, circus, and equestrian events. Now it is used to host concerts and, most famously, an opera season every summer, creating a unique atmosphere of an open-air spectacle. /
Milan Shopping
Taking a stroll through elegant streets and the outer limits of the famous Fashion Quadrilatero, we will have the chance to visit the most prestigious boutiques and showrooms in the world. Stunning jewels created by the most renowned name, clothes, and accessories that are to die for, to be owned and flaunted. Just the shoes alone are a work of art. /
Padua
Probably better known as the city of St. Anthony or as the economic capital of Veneto, Padua is one of the most important Art Cities in Italy. It is a beautiful, historic city with many piazzas, churches, and rich history and home to one of the oldest universities of Europe. /
Piazza dei Signori
Once Verona's former center of power, the Piazza dei Signori is now a city square in Padua. With its unique history and contribution to the government, it hosts official civics and government celebrations. It is also where the Dante statue is located and surrounded by critical main buildings of the former city government, including the court and the seat of power of the Scaliger family. /
Piazza delle Erbe
Once being the Roman Forum is now an excellent open-air market surrounded by historic buildings with frescoes and peppered with sculptures. Having some of the best restaurants in Verona, as well as having places to shop at. It has become a popular meeting point for Veronese since Roman times. /
Venice
Venice is one of the most exciting and lovely places in the world. Walking through narrow stone paths across the 400 bridges that span the 114 canals will revile modern life an old-world charisma. This sanctuary on a lagoon is virtually the same as six hundred years ago and has its romantic charm despite its changes over 600 hundred years. /
Carnival in Venice
One of the world's most famous carnivals, the Venetian Carnival, dates to 1162. For ten days before Lent, the streets of Venice are flooded with masked people in full costume. Initially, this was a time for festivities when Venetians allowed themselves to break every law and remain anonymous while using their masks. /
Gondola Ride
Float beneath bridges, beside cafes, under balconies, as your gondolier sweeps you down the Grand Canal. A relaxing and romantic gondola ride reveals all the charm, excitement, and passion of Venice and the Venetians'. €36/
Murano Glas
From the High Middle Ages to the Italian Renaissance, Europe's primary center for luxury glass. Glassmakers were well known and still are for their unparalleled quality, exquisite range of colors, and, not to forget, unmatched craftsmanship. /
Northern lagoon
Linked to the cultural history and beauty of Venice. The Northern Lagoon, with its varied landscape, is famous for its islands like Burano and Torcello. If it weren't for the lagoon mudbanks, shallows, and channels, Venice wouldn't be what is today. /

Note: Listed priced activities are offered as optional excursion package, listed highlights may be require entrance fees to access that can be paid for locally and may be subject to availability and holiday closures.

An extraordinary weekend Getaway awaits you on this northern explorer Mini cruise to Norway, Sweden and Denmark via Hamburg. Intertwined in Europe's foremost origin these countries share the highest quality of life, beautiful scenery and vibrant capitals. From Oslo to Copenhagen we are in for one more beautiful surprise after another. ...

Copenhagen
 
Gotenburg
 
Hamburg
 
Oslo
 
Kiel

 
Day 1
Evening Departure


Evening departure from selected pickup locations and overnight travel to Hamburg Germany.
Day 2
Hamburg - Kiel
Morning arrival to Hamburg and opportunity for Breakfast. A local guide will take us on sightseeing tour highlighting Germany’s second largest city and one of Europe’s most cosmopolitan. There will be some free time to explore vibrant center or else take a harbor cruise through the Speicherstadt (depending on the tide), HafenCity, watergates and canals, past the shipyards to the Container Terminal at Altenwerder, Waltershof harbour with its ocean cruisers and back to the Elbe past Övelgönne, the harbour's edge, Hamburg's "String of Pearls" and entertainment mile, back to the landing stages.
We then continue to the port of Kiel and check-into our Colorline Cruise to Oslo, Norway. (14:00)
Enjoy the many amenites onbard offering a variety of dining options, fitness room, spa and much more. 1
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Oslo - Gothenburg
10:00 Arrival to Oslo, Norway’s capital for a guided tour of its most prominent highlights such as the Fram Museum hosting the polar ship Fram, a wooden vessel that traveled along the Arctic Sea in the late 1800s. Take a tour of the powerful schooner — the first boat to reach the South Pole — and learn about life at sea in the harsh polar conditions There will be some free time to explore perhaps visit Vigelandsparken is one of Norway's most visited attractions with more than 200 sculptures in bronze, granite and cast iron.
Later this afternoon we continue our coastal drive to Gothenburg, Sweden for our next overnight stay.
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Helsingborg – Helsingr - Kronborg - Copenhagen
We leave this morning for the city of Helsingborg, Sweden where we have an opportunity to sample and shop for Swedish specialties before taking a brief ferry crossing to Denmark where are to find the actual castle that Shakespeare set Hamlet in! There are many mysteries surrounding Shakespeare and whether or not he ever visited Kronborg Castle is one of them.
Upon hotel check in later on in Copenhagen we are invited on a sightseeing tour of Copenhagen such as the Royal Palace, the popular harbor district of Nyhavn to Amalienborg Palace, winter residence of the Royal Family, Rosenborg Castle, home of the crown jewels are protected by the Royal and of course the Gefion Fountain and the Little Mermaid, inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's fairytale.
Spend this evening at own leisure or else you may decide to join us to a smorgasbord dinner experience followed by a visit to Copenhagen's Tivoli Gardens, the world’s oldest theme parks, the Tivoli right in the heart of the city and its culture district. 1
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Copenhagen - Home
Spend the morning exploring the Capital perhaps crown your experience with attending the famous Changing of the Guards at the Royal palace of Ameliensborg. We leave early afternoon for the Port of Rodby to catch our brief cruise back to Puttgarden Germany before continuing our homeward journey arriving late evening hours.

Copenhagen
With a rich history that is evident in its historical buildings and ancient streets, dozens of world class museums and galleries, the uniquely enchanting Tivoli Gardens, and a resident monarchy that is the oldest in the world, the Danish capital has a host of attractions to suit all tastes. /
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Denmark
The smallest and most southern of the Scandinavian countries, Denmark offers an interesting mix of lively cities and rural countryside. Ancient castles, ring forts, jazz festivals, the sleekest modern design you'll ever see and the people who invented Lego - who could ask for more? /
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Tivoli
Tivoli is the world’s oldest and most-visited seasonal theme park Get ready for a truly unique experience! Tivoli has been thrilling visitors since it opened its gates in 1843. It's the second-oldest theme park in the world and the world’s most-visited seasonal theme park. Its delightful mix of rides, attractions, performances and culture make it a treat for adults and children alike. /
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Note: Listed priced activities are offered as optional excursion package, listed highlights may be require entrance fees to access that can be paid for locally and may be subject to availability and holiday closures.

Departure date | Prices: Adults , Children (4-11) , Infants

Europe's Northwest couldn't be more diverse and yet intriguingly intertwined as is experienced on this unique trip setting the scene for the holidays. ...

Amsterdam

 
Day 1
Evening departure from selected pickup locations


PM post work hours departure from selected pickup locations.
Day 2
Amsterdam - Cruise to Newcastle, England


Day 3
Newcastle - Edinburgh


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Day 4
The Highlands


Day 5
The Hadrian wall - Newcastle


Day 6
Amsterdam - Brussels - Return


Amsterdam
A network of charming canals, stunning waterfronts and architecture, lush green parks, museums, history, fantastic food, and a great nightlife make Amsterdam an excellent place for everybody’s taste. /
Anne Frank House
The museum dedicated to keeping Anne Frank's story alive uses modern media to provide educational background information about Nazi-occupied Amsterdam. The young Jewish girl's diary is on display. The actual hiding place of the family is accessible and a place of reflection. /
Canal Ride in A'dam
Lined with beautiful 17th and 18th-century houses and crossed by hundreds of bridges, the canals are a gorgeous sight and a focal point for Amsterdammers and visitors alike. A canal ride offers a unique window into the city's history and the lifestyle of its residents. €12/ €6
Scotland
Scotland is about half the size of England and is mainly known for its cities Edinburgh and Glasgow, and its highlands, mountains, and 30,000 lochs. Rich in ancient castles, remote wilderness, dramatic landscapes, and challenging golf, Scotland is a place to visit at least once in your life. /
Edinburgh
Medieval buildings share the pavements with striking modern structures, making it one of the most beautiful cities in the UK. The Scottish capital is a center of culture and the arts and is especially well-known for its festivals. /
Edinburgh Castle
Edinburgh Castle is one of the oldest fortified places in Europe. Battles and sieges were fought over it, royalty lived and died within its walls, and countless generations have been and inspired by it. It is alive with many exciting tales with a long, rich history as a royal residence, military garrison, prison, and fortress. €18/ €10
Excursions to the Highlands
A scenic day where rugged mountains and wooded slopes are reflected in the waters of lochs. We start our day in "Braveheart" country, past Bannockburn and Stirling with its crag-top castle. This is Scotland's heritage capital, where the Wars of Independence. €45/ €25
The Handrians Wall
Built by an Emperor of Rome from AD 117 until AD 138, Hadrian; decided to make a wall to "separate Romans from the barbarians." It is now in ruins due to battles but considered the most essential and substantial of Roman remains in Britain and one of the most dramatic features of the landscape of northern England. /
Belgium
Belgium's rich history has left impressive architecture and art, dating back to the early Middle Ages. Three distinct linguistic regions developed with three official languages: Flemish-Dutch, French, and German. Count in English as a 4th unofficial language and explore the country. /
Belgian Chocolate
Ensure you buy genuine handmade Belgian chocolates that are not made anywhere else. There are thousands of varieties to choose from and endless choices to be made. While sightseeing and walking between monument stop by at chocolate shops and find your favored. /
La Grand Place
La Grand Place is the central, geographic, and historic heart of Brussels and one of the most memorable squares in Europe. The French army in 1695 almost destroyed the trading center. It was resurrected over time and is now a wonderful hotch-potch of Gothic, opulent baroque, neoclassical, neogothic architecture. UNESCO added the place to the list of World Heritage sites. /
Bastogne & Memorial
The siege of Bastogne, a small Belgium town in the Ardennes, was part of the Battle of the Bulge in December 1944. Visitors of the small town now can trace history, walking through the World War II battlefields, touring the Bastogne War Museum, and honoring the memory of American soldiers at Mardasson Memorial. €12/ €8

Note: Listed priced activities are offered as optional excursion package, listed highlights may be require entrance fees to access that can be paid for locally and may be subject to availability and holiday closures.

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Fun and educational for all ages

Reaching Athens by land and by sea you will Celebrate the New Year's before the Parthenon in Europe's most rooted capital, rich in splendid monuments and stunning countryside. This is and introduction to the diversity of Greece with a taste of Italy visiting the independent State of San Marino and Verona home of Romeo and Juliet's. ...

The Greek Islands
 
Delphi
 
Athens
 
Ravenna
 
San Marino

 
Day 1
Evening Departure


Evening departure from selected pickup points.
Day 2
San Marino - Ancona
Morning arrival to Rimini area and opportunity for breakfast. We then travel along the picturesque countryside of the independent Republic of San Marino for an orientation tour and some free time to explore and enjoy!
This afternoon we continue to Ancona to board a cruise to Patras, Greece. Sit back and relax, enjoy the many amenities and the Adriatic Sea.
Our overnight cruise will last into late morning hours with Breakfast and lunch on board. 1
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Patras - Athens
Morning arrival to Patras and continue our journey pass the Canal of Corinth to Athens and Check-in.

Enjoy the night out at your leisure around the old city center, or else you may decide to join us for a Greek Folklore Dinner show. 2
Day 4
Athens - Cape Sounion
Joined by our local guide, we tour both ancient and modern Athens.
Afternoon optional excursion to Cape Sounion offering stunning sunset views and a unique opportunity to visit the Temple of Poseidon.
Day 5
Delphi - Igoumenitsa - Ancona
Morning departure for Delphi once the site of the Delphic oracle, the most important oracle in the classical Greek world as we will learn during a guided tour.

There will be time to explore before continuing onto Igoumenitsa to board our return cruise to Ancona, Italy. 1
Day 6
Ancona - Verona
Enjoy the amenities on board as we approach the Italian coast. In the afternoon, we arrive at Ancona and continue our journey to charming Verona, the home town of Romeo & Juliet. Check into our hotel.

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Verona- Home
We spend the morning exploring the many facets this inspiring city has to offer; make sure we sample some of its culinary specialties for lunch and grab our favorite Italian must take-home favorites.
Our homeward journey takes us through Alpines. Time permitting, stop at Switzerland for dinner.
We return to points of origin in evening hours.

The City of San Marino
also known simply as San Marino, is the capital city of the Republic of San Marino on the Italian peninsula, near the Adriatic Sea. The city has a population of 4,493. It is on the western slopes of San Marino's highest point, Monte Titano. /
San Marino
San Marino, officially the Republic of San Marino also known as the Most Serene Republic of San Marino is a state situated on the Italian peninsula on the eastern side of the Apennine Mountains. It is an enclave surrounded by Italy. Its size is just over 24 sq mi with an estimated population of over 30,000.Of the world's 193 independent countries, San Marino is the fifth smallest and – arguably – the most curious. How it exists at all is something of an enigma. A sole survivor of Italy's once powerful city-state network, secure in its status as the world's oldest surviving sovereign state and its oldest republic (since AD 301). San Marino also enjoys the lowest unemployment rate in Europe and one of the planet's highest GDPs /
Ancona
Ancona has been an important trade center since Roman times when the Emperors Caesar and Trajan fortified and developed it into a naval base. It has a fantastic combination of modern facilities and historical buildings such as the Arco di Traiano and the Mole Vanvitelliana. /
Greek Dinner & Show
Greek cuisine and folklore is another side of Greece that can not be described as it is experienced! to Athens and the renowned Plaka district at the base of the Acropolis, you'll enjoy dinner with a live floor show at a typical Greek taverna. €39/ €28
Greece
The impact of ancient Greece on the Western world can't be overstated. The notion of democracy, the concept of the atom, the image of the Earth as round, the scientific method itself -- all these and more had their birth in the writings of ancient Greece but seeing it in real life at the Acropolis, Delphi and Olympia is far more exhilarating most visitors had hoped for. Of course few places on earth rival the diversity it offers from its islands such as Mykonos, Santorini, Crete, Paros, Naxos and Rhodes with their beautiful beaches to its cuisine, nightlife and archaeological sites no to mention the Peloponnese with its high mountains and beautiful coast with some 300 days of sunshine. /
Cape Sounion and the Temple of Poseidon
Ruins of the temple of Poseidon in Sounion Attica. Preserved are part of the north side of the peristyle and of the facade of the pronaos. The temple was built at the same time as Parthenon, in the decade 450-440 B.C., on the foundations of an older build €30/ €20
Athens City Tour
The City Tour of Athens (Approx. 2 hrs.): Joined by a local guide we tour all most important highlights of ancient Athens: A few of the highlights: The Acropolis, The Olympic Stadium, Zeus Temple, and more... (Much of the touring around the ruins is /
Piazza dei Signori
Once Verona's former center of power, the Piazza dei Signori is now a city square in Padua. With its unique history and contribution to the government, it hosts official civics and government celebrations. It is also where the Dante statue is located and surrounded by critical main buildings of the former city government, including the court and the seat of power of the Scaliger family. /
Piazza delle Erbe
Once being the Roman Forum is now an excellent open-air market surrounded by historic buildings with frescoes and peppered with sculptures. Having some of the best restaurants in Verona, as well as having places to shop at. It has become a popular meeting point for Veronese since Roman times. /
Superfast Liner
Our Super Fast Liner offers a wide variety of entertainment - a selection of bars, discos, and casinos. Two fully stocked bars offer every taste from beers to cocktails while the young and young at heart can enjoy the latest hits on the Super. /
Delphi
Delphi is both an archaeological site and a modern town in Greece on the south-western spur of Mount Parnassus in the valley of Phocis. This is home of the Oracle of Apollo one of the most popular ancient sites. €15/ €10

Note: Listed priced activities are offered as optional excursion package, listed highlights may be require entrance fees to access that can be paid for locally and may be subject to availability and holiday closures.

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A great affordable getaway no one can afford to miss!

Our resort, Lloret de Mar, is the largest resort at the Costa Brava, 40 miles northeast of Barcelona. It offers a mile-long safe and sandy beach and exotic palm-lined promenade — activities including para-sailing, water skiing, a Water Park. Lloret is THE undisputed nightlife capital of the Costa Brava. To complement your stay we offer a range of excursions, visiting nearby places of interest. ...

Barcelona
 
Costa Brava
 
Llorett De Mar

 
Day 1
Evening Departure.


Departure to Spain via France.
Day 2
Lloret De Mar
Breakfast stop in France and morning arrival at the Costa Brava. Check-in and time at your own leisure.
Your tour manager will gladly assist you with any travel request you might have.
Lloret de Mar, this place lights up at night, find entertainment bars, discos, and clubs to party until the early hours or longer. 2
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Barcelona and Montserrat
Time at your leisure or meet up for an excursion to cosmopolitan Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia. Our local guide points out many historical sites and modern attractions during the panoramic tour. Continue the discovery during your free time.
After free time for lunch, you may opt to extend the experience with a visit to the Santa Maria de Montserrat, an abbey of the order of Saint Benedict located on the mountain of Montserrat.
Evening return to the Lloret de Mar.
Day 4
Costa Brava
Free time to enjoy the resort. Your tour manager is assisting with the arrangement of activities. Relax at the hotel, the beach, cafes, and cocktail bars. Opt for a flamenco show before a late-night evening departure towards home, avoid traffic, and arrive at a decent afternoon hour the next day.

Day 5
Homeward Travel

Midday arrival to points of origin.

Costa Brava
is a 160-kilometre stretch of beautiful, rugged coastline in the region of Catalonia in the northeast corner of Spain. International tourist resorts alongside unspoiled fishing villages, sheltered rocky coves, and medieval towns with ancient castles.. /
Lorett de Mar
Lloret de Mar is a self contained resort where you'll find enough beaches, bars, restaurants, shops and entertainment to keep you busy throughout your holiday. Besides a wealth of water sports provided along Lloret's six miles stretch of coastline, there's a huge range of other activities here including go-karting, tennis, parascending, or excursions to be enjoyed within easy driving distance. /
Spain
The climate of Spain, historical and cultural monuments and its geographic position together with its facilities make Spain's one of the best vacations spots in the world. Spanish territory includes the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean, the Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean off the African coast, and two autonomous cities in North Africa, Ceuta and Melilla, that border Morocco. Because of its location, the territory of Spain was subject to many external influences and is today offering a rich culture well worth a visit through out the year. /
Dali Museum
This where the painter died in 1989 and is the most visited in the whole of Catalunya. The museum was built on the site of the old city theatre and later it was extended by the addition of the Gorgot tower now called the Galatea tower. The museum is w €35/ €20
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Beach Party
A lot of fun at a beach reachable only by boat, all you can eat barbeques, beach games and water sport, lots of funs for an entire afternoon €25/
Barcelona City Tour
For some Barcelona is an Olympic City for others where Christopher Columbus sailed off.It boasts outstanding Gothic and Art Nouveau buildings, and some great museums ­ most notably those dedicated to Picasso and Catalan art. There will be photo stops, views and clues of a distinguished Capital, that of proud Catalonia. €35/ €25
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Scuba Diving
Discover the magical world of the blue Mediterranean Sea from within. Join us on a nearly full day excursion that will start with an indispensible safety course then an instructed exhilarating dive to remember for a lifetime! This has been ofetne voted as the best experience of a trip to Spain €95/
Subject to Season
Montserrat & Barcelona full Day excursion
Drive to Montserrat passing through the country side surrounding Barcelona, with its natural rock formations rising to a height of 4,000 feet (1,224 meters), The nearby monastery, which contains a statue of the virgin of Montserrat "la Moreneta" (Black Madonna), the patron saint of Catalonia leaves us with a breathtaking view. You then return to Barcelona where you might opt for further sight seeing, street markets during the time at your own leisure. At the end of the day the musical fountains offer a spectacular display of music and colors. €55/ €45
Tordera Fleamarket
Option to visit Europe's largest flea market at the town of Tordera where thousands flock every Sunday to find best bargain in anything from Spanish craftwork such as leather goods to chicks and goats…Transportation and Tour Escort included €12/ €5
Costa Brava Excursion
This is full day excursion that will takes us along the so-called wild coast of northern Spain which represents one the main attranctions of the land. We will have opportunitues to explore the qaint villages of the Llorett De Mar, Calella & Tossa. There will be ample amount to shop for spanish memorabilia from Lladro figurines to Moorish swords and to make the trip most complete it would include a typical Tapas lunch, a wine tatsing at atypical Bodega and memorable Flamenco dinner show! €30/ €20

Note: Listed priced activities are offered as optional excursion package, listed highlights may be require entrance fees to access that can be paid for locally and may be subject to availability and holiday closures.

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between the Alpine and the Mediterranean Sea

The World's undisputed most famous and beautiful coastline is now made more affordable and reachable than ever before. Stay in Nice, the Queen of the Riviera, visit picturesque Cannes, home of the International Film and Jazz Festivals, and extend your experience touring the most beautiful independent state of Monaco. Continue along the Italian riviera to the breathtakingly beautiful little villages of Cinque Terre. This journey is a weekend Getaway away bound to be as exotic and indulging as to materialize that memorable escape treat you have long been waiting for! ...

Cannes
 
Nice
 
Monte Carlo
 
French Riviera
 
Eze
 
Monterosso
 
Rapallo
 
Vernazza
 
Cinque Terre
 
Levante
 
Portofino

 
Day 1
Evening Departure


Evening departure from selected pickup points.
Day 2
Nice - Check-in
Morning arrival to Cannes and opportunity for breakfast. Following ample time to explore the home of Film Festival with its unique old town nestled along the cozy bay overlooking its countless yachts and the stunning Mediterranean Sea. Later on, we continue to Nice, the queen of the Riviera, for an orientation tour and check-in.
Enjoy the remainder of the day at your own leisure.
Your tour guide will assist with dinner and nightclub outing. 1
Day 3
Monte Carlo - Monaco - Rapallo
Spend the day at your own leisure or join us on an excursion to the nearby independent state of Monaco. We have a chance to watch the changing of the guards at the Palais and perhaps even have a quick peek into one of the world's most famous casinos. En route, we will stop at Fragonard's perfume distillery to learn, sample, and even purchase some of the world's most renowned brand names.
Later in the afternoon, we leave the French Riviera and travel along its neighboring Italian Riviera towards picturesque Rapallo and check-in.
Enjoy an evening out sampling some of the finest cuisines Italy has to offer. 2
Day 4
Porto Fino - Cinque Terre
Spend the day exploring Rapallo or join us on an excursion to some of Italy's most beautiful and hidden secrets, Cinque Terre, Ligurian Sea villages lined up the Ligurian Sea.

Dinner at Portofino could be the coronation at the end of the day.
Day 5
Como - Lucerne - Late evening Return
We leave this morning for Lake Como, one world's most sought-after real estate and setting for homes from many famous personalities such as George Clooney and Madonna.
Enjoy the beautiful scenery while having a brief lunch. We then continue our homeward journey through majestic Alpine Switzerland.
Time permitting, we stop in Lucerne to stroll through the city center and perhaps have a typical Swiss Fondue Dinner. Arrival at points of origin into late evening hours.

Cannes
The resort town at the Côte d'Azur is an ideal starting point to travel along the French Riviera. Famous for its international film festival, the town's glamour is displayed while window-shopping or strolling the famous La Croisette, the one-mile-long boulevard running along the Mediterranean Sea. /
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French Riviera
Stretching from the Italian border to the Esterel peninsula in the south of France, La Côte d'Azur is a Mediterranean destination, including well-known cities such as Cannes, Monaco, and Nice. The mention anywhere in the world of these places evokes glamour and a sense of nostalgia. Beaches, quaint fishing ports, and opulent architecture line the coast and are there to be explored. /
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Nice
Nice, the pearl of the French Riviera, is a busy commercial city and the capital of the Alpes Maritimes department. Nonetheless, beauty, a fine climate and affable citizens keep its charm and year around appeal intact. While savoring the sun and sea there /
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French Riviera Dinner
Arid, sun-drenched land makes the Riviera ideal for growing olives, herbs, and wine-producing grapes. Add the richness of the Mediterranean Sea, and you have the perfect balance between Italian, Spanish, and French cuisines. Join our group for a nice dinner outing. /
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Monte Carlo Casino
Welcome to the world's most beautiful casino. For more than a century, the legend of Monte-Carlo has dazzled and attracted guests and inspired imitators. But there will never be anything like the original Monte-Carlo Casino, built in 1863 in the Principal. Keeping pace with technical developments and the expectations of its guests, Monte-Carlo has new slot machines, some of which are exclusive and are found nowhere else. Check it out only a tie will be necessary. /
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Monte Carlo Excursion
A focal point on the Riviera, the Principality of Monaco benefits from extraordinarily mild climate due to the combined influences of the Alps and the Mediterranean, thus making Monaco a place where one can make the most of sea and mountains. The Palace i €30/ €20
Eze
It is a magical place to be explored, perched like an eagle's nest on a narrow rocky peak overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Winding alleyways lead up the hill to the ruins of its 12th-century fortified castle. The numerous small arts and crafts boutiques lined in carefully restored houses of the medieval village are hard to resist. /
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Genova
It was noted for its examples of medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, and Gothic architecture and its one-of-a-kind lighthouse. Now remaining as Italy's second-busiest seaports today, Genova was once the Sea Republics to rule navigation all along known seas around 1100-1300. /
Cinque Terre Excursion
Starting with a roundtrip boat ride to Portofino with a local guide, you will learn the secrets of this charming port that attracts and mesmerizes the curious and returning visitors alike. We then will go on a journey involving a beautiful landscape, embracing inviting villages, grab lunch at a typical Trattoria, tasting fine wines, and shopping. €45/ €30

Note: Listed priced activities are offered as optional excursion package, listed highlights may be require entrance fees to access that can be paid for locally and may be subject to availability and holiday closures.

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Iberian Best

Portugal and Spain are today as much of testimony to the reshaping of our world as they were a magnet to some of history's most notable explorers and thriving merchants and this trip will help us delve into their fascinating origins depicted by beautiful architecture, tasty foods and fascinating cultures. From picturesque Porto to vibrant Lisbon and Andalusian Spain we even fit in a rare opportunity for a day trip to Morocco for that exotic escape from the ordinary. ...

Cascais
 
Cordoba
 
Costa Del Sol
 
Évora
 
Granada
 
Lisbon
 
Porto
 
Seville
 
Sintra
 
Torremolinos
 
Tangier

 
Day 1
Departure from selected pickup locations in Germany

Departure from various pickup locations. Airport transfer and flight to Porto, Portugal.
Meet and greet your tour manager at the airport, orientation tour, check-in after lunchtime. Enjoy an evening outing tip-toeing into fine Portuguese cuisine and thriving nightlife. 1
Day 2
Porto - Obidos - Lisbon
We have time at our leisure before we leave in the early afternoon towards Lisbon.
On the way, stop at the medieval town of Óbidos, one of the most picturesque gems of Portugal.
We then continue to Lisbon and check into our hotel. 2
Day 3
Lisbon - Sintra
A local guide introduces us to the proud capital city of Portugal, its fascinating history, and beautiful monuments.
Enjoy the remainder of the evening exploring, or you may wish to join us on an optional excursion to Sintra.
See your tour guide for an opportunity to attend a typical Fado dinner show.
Day 4
Evora - Seville
Today we are traveling to Spain but not before we visit Evora, a UNESCO World Heritage City famous for the 16th-century chapel decorated with bones, skulls, and entire bodies hanging from the wall.
We continue to Seville, the capital and the largest city of the Spanish region, the Andalusian, famous for its historic churches and palaces, Moorish buildings, flamenco dancing, and more.
Enjoy an evening strolling through the historical city center. 1
Day 5
Seville - Cordoba - Torremolinos
See the highlights and hidden gems of Seville with a local on your side. Learn about the history of Andalusia its long history and its complex society.
Next stop in Andalusia is Cordoba. A visit to the mosque-cathedral of Cordoba is another must-see monument documenting tumultuous times.
We continue our journey to the Costa De Sol and check into our hotel in the resort town of Torremolinos. 2
Day 6
Excursion Alhambra, Granada
A vacation day at the beach resort or opportunity to visit Granada's Alhambra, a magnificent palace and fortress complex also often called a Moorish architectural masterpiece.

Day 7
Excursion to Tangier Morocco.
Enjoy the day at your leisure, or get a taste of Africa. Join us on a full-day excursion, crossing The Strait of Gibraltar to Tangier, Morocco, where exotic flair ranges from beautiful coastline to great shopping and tasty cuisine.

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Day 8
Homeward flight
Airport transfers and homeward flights.

Portugal
Portugal is one of the most inexpensive and fascinating destinations in Europe. It has a rich seafaring past, superb beach resorts, wistful towns and cities, and a landscape wreathed in olive groves, vineyards and wheat fields. Four decades of dictatorshi /
Sintra
Get ready to be amazed by the epic history and natural beauty of Sintra. It was the summer residence of the Portuguese Kings for six centuries. We visit Pena Palace standing out as the renowned jewel in the crown of the Sintra Hills, surrounded by a magical forest. A local guide leads the way and explains the ins and outs of this colorful landmark. €30/ €15
Seville
Seville certainly is one of the most beloved places by visitors to Spain. Although today Moorish influence is architectonically most evident - Andalusia was occupied by Moors for about 800 years - it has been a cultural center long before. The fertility of this land and its favorised climate with mild winters and about 3000 hours of sun per year made Phoenicians and Carthaginians settle here. Later came Romans, like almost to any place in Europe, and two of their emperors, Trajan and Hadrian, in fact were born here. Also lateron Seville was the home of famous and infamous figures of history, the legendary "Don Juan" started from here to conquer the hearts of women across all Europe, while Columbus started from a port close to Seville to discover a new world. Prosper Merimée's "Carmen", who couldn't make her decision between the officer Don José and the bullfighter Escamillo - the consequences you can watch still today in opera houses - was a worker in Seville's old tobacco factory. By the way, this factory serves today as University, a fact that might give you a glimpse on Andalusian talent for improvisation. Some highlights are the Real Alcázar, THe minaret of La Giralda, Puente de Isabel II and much more.. /
Lisbon
Lisboa offers its visitors an endless selection of things to see and do. Both the lovers of daytime outings and those who prefer nightlife will be spoilt for choice: the city offers a wide variety of museums and monuments, parks and gardens, and internati /
Obidos
Óbidos is a picture-postcard town, flower-covered balconies, whitewashed houses, roofs of orange tiles and narrow cobblestone streets -- all surrounded by Moorish walls and dominated by an old castle. This tiny walled town has hardly changed at all since /
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Andalusia
Andalusia - region situated between two continents and bathed by two oceans. The name dates from the short period of the presence of the Vandals (409-429 BC). Before these settle Phoenicians (900 BC), Greeks (600 BC) and Romans (3rd century B.C.- 4th century A.C.) there, later on reigned the Visigoths for almost two centuries (5th.-7th.) and finally conquered the Arabs (711 - 1492) the whole region, leaving the most impressive testimonies in Andalusia. With the Spanish-Christian reconquest, Andalusia became the launching point for the discovery and conquest of the "New Eorld". This marks the beginning of the golden age. /
Torremolinos
Abundant beach front cafés (called Chiringuitos) selling fried fish, snacks and refreshments, which is just as well as the walk back from the main beach into the town centre is uphill all the way. There are bars in abundance proclaiming their heritage to one nationality of another; Irish, English, Dutch, German you name it Torremolinos is likely to have it. The busy nightclubs pump out the latest music and stay open until dawn or even later. Make no mistakes Torremolinos is about having fun. /
Tangier
Explore Tangier, the gateway to Africa. In the port of Tarifa we are embarking the fast ferry that will take us to cross the Strait of Gibraltar with the final destination to be greeted by our local guide at the port of Tangier. Together we discover the unique beauty and lively atmosphere of the historical Moroccan city. We are strolling through the old part of the town, passing the Kasbah, stopping at native bazaars, and using the opportunity to taste local food. A panoramic bus tour Cabo Espartel brings us to Cabo Espartel, where we stop to admire the magical union between the Mediterranean and the Atlantic before we return to the port. A valued passport is required for this excursion €110/ €95
Alhambra
Visit the Alhambra, the "red or crimson castle", or fortress "by the light of torches". Created initially for military purposes, the Alhambra complex of Moorish monarchs in Granda was an alcazaba (fortress), an alcázar (palace), and a small medina (city), all in one. Our guide points out the richness of its architecture. Built around a theme of paradise on earth, the Alhambra is an eye-opening experience, and a unique opportunity to compare both Muslim and Western architectural styles as the Nasrid Palace is next to the Renaissance palace of Charles V. €45/ €35
Flamenco Dance & Dinner
Flamenco was born, in southern Spain, between Seville, Cadíz and Granada. Through extraordinary, passionated dance to Spanish guitar music, gypsies expressed the sadness of their downtrodden lives. Good food, attentive service, as show that ranges from sultry to dramatic to sensual to heartbreaking dancing. A perfect combination, right!? €75/ €45

Note: Listed priced activities are offered as optional excursion package, listed highlights may be require entrance fees to access that can be paid for locally and may be subject to availability and holiday closures.

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where the sun shines on the sparkling Mediterranean

The World's undisputed most famous and beautiful coastline is now made more affordable and reachable than ever before. Stay in Nice, the Queen of the Riviera, visit picturesque Cannes, home of the International Film and Jazz Festivals, and extend your experience touring the most beautiful independent state of Monaco. Continue along the Italian riviera to the breathtakingly beautiful little villages of Cinque Terre. This journey is a weekend Getaway away bound to be as exotic and indulging as to materialize that memorable escape treat you have long been waiting for! ...

Cannes
 
Nice
 
Monte Carlo
 
French Riviera
 
Eze
 
Monterosso
 
Rapallo
 
Vernazza
 
Cinque Terre
 
Levante
 
Portofino

 
Day 1
Evening Departure


Evening departure from selected pickup points.
Day 2
Nice - Check-in
Morning arrival to Cannes and opportunity for breakfast. Following ample time to explore the home of Film Festival with its unique old town nestled along the cozy bay overlooking its countless yachts and the stunning Mediterranean Sea. Later on, we continue to Nice, the queen of the Riviera, for an orientation tour and check-in.
Enjoy the remainder of the day at your own leisure.
Your tour guide will assist with dinner and nightclub outing. 1
Day 3
Monte Carlo - Monaco - Rapallo
Spend the day at your own leisure or join us on an excursion to the nearby independent state of Monaco. We have a chance to watch the changing of the guards at the Palais and perhaps even have a quick peek into one of the world's most famous casinos. En route, we will stop at Fragonard's perfume distillery to learn, sample, and even purchase some of the world's most renowned brand names.
Later in the afternoon, we leave the French Riviera and travel along its neighboring Italian Riviera towards picturesque Rapallo and check-in.
Enjoy an evening out sampling some of the finest cuisines Italy has to offer. 2
Day 4
Porto Fino - Cinque Terre
Spend the day exploring Rapallo or join us on an excursion to some of Italy's most beautiful and hidden secrets, Cinque Terre, Ligurian Sea villages lined up the Ligurian Sea.

Dinner at Portofino could be the coronation at the end of the day.
Day 5
Como - Lucerne - Late evening Return
We leave this morning for Lake Como, one world's most sought-after real estate and setting for homes from many famous personalities such as George Clooney and Madonna.
Enjoy the beautiful scenery while having a brief lunch. We then continue our homeward journey through majestic Alpine Switzerland.
Time permitting, we stop in Lucerne to stroll through the city center and perhaps have a typical Swiss Fondue Dinner. Arrival at points of origin into late evening hours.

Cannes
The resort town at the Côte d'Azur is an ideal starting point to travel along the French Riviera. Famous for its international film festival, the town's glamour is displayed while window-shopping or strolling the famous La Croisette, the one-mile-long boulevard running along the Mediterranean Sea. /
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French Riviera
Stretching from the Italian border to the Esterel peninsula in the south of France, La Côte d'Azur is a Mediterranean destination, including well-known cities such as Cannes, Monaco, and Nice. The mention anywhere in the world of these places evokes glamour and a sense of nostalgia. Beaches, quaint fishing ports, and opulent architecture line the coast and are there to be explored. /
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Nice
Nice, the pearl of the French Riviera, is a busy commercial city and the capital of the Alpes Maritimes department. Nonetheless, beauty, a fine climate and affable citizens keep its charm and year around appeal intact. While savoring the sun and sea there /
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French Riviera Dinner
Arid, sun-drenched land makes the Riviera ideal for growing olives, herbs, and wine-producing grapes. Add the richness of the Mediterranean Sea, and you have the perfect balance between Italian, Spanish, and French cuisines. Join our group for a nice dinner outing. /
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Monte Carlo Casino
Welcome to the world's most beautiful casino. For more than a century, the legend of Monte-Carlo has dazzled and attracted guests and inspired imitators. But there will never be anything like the original Monte-Carlo Casino, built in 1863 in the Principal. Keeping pace with technical developments and the expectations of its guests, Monte-Carlo has new slot machines, some of which are exclusive and are found nowhere else. Check it out only a tie will be necessary. /
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Monte Carlo Excursion
A focal point on the Riviera, the Principality of Monaco benefits from extraordinarily mild climate due to the combined influences of the Alps and the Mediterranean, thus making Monaco a place where one can make the most of sea and mountains. The Palace i €30/ €20
Eze
It is a magical place to be explored, perched like an eagle's nest on a narrow rocky peak overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Winding alleyways lead up the hill to the ruins of its 12th-century fortified castle. The numerous small arts and crafts boutiques lined in carefully restored houses of the medieval village are hard to resist. /
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Genova
It was noted for its examples of medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, and Gothic architecture and its one-of-a-kind lighthouse. Now remaining as Italy's second-busiest seaports today, Genova was once the Sea Republics to rule navigation all along known seas around 1100-1300. /
Cinque Terre Excursion
Starting with a roundtrip boat ride to Portofino with a local guide, you will learn the secrets of this charming port that attracts and mesmerizes the curious and returning visitors alike. We then will go on a journey involving a beautiful landscape, embracing inviting villages, grab lunch at a typical Trattoria, tasting fine wines, and shopping. €45/ €30

Note: Listed priced activities are offered as optional excursion package, listed highlights may be require entrance fees to access that can be paid for locally and may be subject to availability and holiday closures.

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Pay Tribute!

Just a few years since the 70th Anniversary of D-Day and we invite you on this epic journey to remember, appreciate and pay tribute from the Landing Beaches to The American Military Cemetery, Arromanches and more while admiring Paris on a perfect Memorial Day Weekend! ...

Normandy
 
Paris
 
Arromanches
 
Utah Beach
 
Omaha Beach

 
Day 1
Evening departure from selected points.
Evening departure from selected pickup points.

Day 2
Paris
Morning arrival and opportunity for breakfast. A subsequent sightseeing tour will reveal the capital's most famous highlights from the Eiffel Tower to Notre Dame Cathedral, The Louvre Museum, and much more then check into our hotel.

Enjoy the remainder of the day exploring the versatile metropolis, or else join your tour guide for an evening outing of fine dining followed by a Seine River Cruise and an illumination tour exposing the City of Lights' splendor. 2
Day 3
Normandy
A full-day excursion to Normandy will take us to the heart of the Landing Beaches. Joined by our local guide, we visit, among others, Point Du Hoc, the Utah Beach, St Mere Eglise, and the American Cemetery St Colleville Sur Mer, and more.

Before returning to Paris, we will have an opportunity for dinner in Arromanches, also known as Gold Beach, during the D-Day landings. Sections of the Mulberry Harbour remain today with colossal concrete blocks sitting on the sand and further out at sea.
Day 4
Belleau Wood or Paris - Homewards
Today we travel to nearby Chateaux Thierry, where the Marines reversed the German Invasion just miles before reaching Paris. Despite the historic casualty losses, in one of the bloodiest and most ferocious battles, U.S. forces would fight in World War I; it showed the world the Teufels Hunde tenacity of the Marines. It is the Birthplace of the modern Marine Corps.
Our homeward journey takes us through the picturesque Champagne region, where we visit one of France's most famous cellars.
Later this afternoon, we travel homeward through Verdun to reach points of origin in the late evening/early morning hours.

Montmartre
Montmartre is well known as the last village in Paris. Cobbled streets of one of the most historic and interesting neighborhoods in Paris, streets lead to Basilica of Sacre-Coeur on the top of the hill. Place du Tertre - the Painters Square a few street a way is a reminder of the time when Montmartre was the Mecca of modern art. At the beginning of the 20th century, many penniless painters including Picasso and Utrillo were living there. /
Painters Square at Montmartre
Montmartre is well known as the last village in Paris. The place de Tertre, a few streets away from the Sacré-Coeur Catholic basilica, is in the heart of Montmartre. The Painters Square is a reminder of the time when Montmartre was the Mecca of modern art. /
The Sorbonne and the Latin Quarter
The Sorbonne University is the historic soul of the Latin Quarter, where higher learning has flourished for centuries. Founded in 1257 for a small group of theology students, the Sorbonne is one of Europe's oldest universities. It has hosted countless great thinkers, including philosophers René Descartes, Jean-Paul Sartre, and Simone de Beauvoir. Enjoy a drink on the café terrace in front of the college before exploring the winding little streets of the Latin Quarter behind it. /
World War II Utah Beach American Memorial
The is located at the termination of Highway N-13D, approximately a mile and a half northeast of Sainte-Marie-du-Mont (Manche), France. This monument commemorates the achievements of the American Forces of the VII Corps who landed and fought in the liber /
Paris Evening Outing
Paris is fabulous by day but unforgettable by night. Don't miss the chance to take an after-dinner Paris by Night Illuminations Tour. The evening starts with a typical French dinner at the Painter’s Square of Montmartre. You'll tour all the illuminated Paris sights, monuments and squares en route to Seine River Cruise where a commented 1 hour cruise on a convertible boat illuminating the river banks will crown the day. €45/
Notre Dame Cathedral
No first trip to Paris is complete without a visit to this marvel of gothic architecture. One of the most singular and beautiful cathedrals of Europe, Notre Dame Cathedral's dramatic towers, spire, stained glass and statuary are guaranteed to take your breath away. /
Paris Orientation Tour
Enjoy Paris orientation tour to discover Paris´ most important highlights: Notre Dame Cathedral, Le Louvre, The Eiffel Tower, Opéra, place de la Concorde, Champs-Élysées, Arc de Triomphe and more. A fine way to begin your visit of Paris. /
Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Elysées
Emperor Napoléon I commissioned the 164-foot tall Arc de Triomphe. It was built in an age when leaders erected monuments in their own honor, evoking sheer military power and triumph. The arch's magnificent sculptures and reliefs at the same time commemorate Napoléon's generals and soldiers. /
Seine River Cruise
Seeing some of Paris' most beautiful sites glide past as you drift down the Seine river is an unforgettable and essential experience. At night enjoy the shimmering play of light on the Seine and stunning architecture illuminated with great care. /
Boat Tour of the Seine River
Relaxing on a Seine River cruise is a fantastic way to see Paris. Get a truly unique perspective on some of the city’s magnificent sights, from the Eiffel Tower to Notre Dame Cathedral, gliding by the Louvre museum and the Statue of Liberty, yes, the very bronze model created by Frederic Auguste Bartholdi himself. /
Fragonard Perfume Museum
The perfume museum, in central Paris, occupies a charming Napoleon III townhouse built-in 1860 by Lesoufaché, a student of Garnier. The interior is enriched by the design of that period. A collection of perfumery objects tells the story of fragrances from their origins to the present day. Do not miss the shop set above the museum area, offering the complete range of Maison Fragonard perfume products, including fragrances, Eaux de Toilette, soaps, candles, and cosmetic gift boxes. /
Omaha Beach
The unfortunate soldiers of the 1st division, one of the Army's toughest and most experienced, were in effect expected to carry out a frontal assault on a fortified position with no cover and only light weapons. Only two of their twenty-nine tanks made i /
Normandy and the Landing Beaches
Normandy offers a patchwork landscape of lush rolling countryside, pretty fishing villages,  ancient stone chateaux, thatched cottages, half timbered farmhouses and orchards. It is one of the most historic and interesting areas of France. On June 6th, 194 €45/ €25
American Cemetery at Colleville Sur Mer
Situated above Omaha Beach, a place where the American military suffered staggering casualties on D-Day, the American cemetery at Colleville-Sur-Mer contains the remains of nearly 10,000 service members who died during the Normandy campaign. With marble crosses and Stars of David stretching as far as the eye can see, the cemetery is a solemn, breathtaking experience that all Americans should share.. /
D-Day
Operation Overload of June 6, 1944, brought together the land, air, and sea forces of the allied armies in what became known as the largest invasion force in human history. Less than a year after the significant turning point, the Allies formally accepted Nazi Germany's surrender. See the artifacts that tell the story of D-Day. /
The Eiffel Tower
Even if you do not want to visit this world famous structure, you will see its top from all over Paris. The tower rises 300 meters tall (984 ft); when it was completed at the end of the 19th century it was twice as high as the Washington Monument, at the time the tallest structure in the world. /
Saint-Mère-L'Église
First town liberated by the Allied forces during the D-day invasion. /
Moulin Rouge Show
At the spectacular Moulin Rouge, the home of the French Cancan for more than a century, you'll sit back with your complimentary glass of champagne and wait in anticipation for the spectacular "Feerie" show to burst onto the stage. The show features a troupe of 100 artists, including 60 legendary Doriss dancers dressed in exotic costumes of feathers, rhinestones and sequins. The show's sumptuous sets include moving staircases, a gigantic aquarium, swings and a garden setting, providing a vibrant, exciting backdrop for the brilliantly choreographed cabaret. /
Paris Flea Market
The most famous flea market in Paris is the one at Porte de Clignancourt, officially called Les Puces de Saint-Ouen, but known to everyone as Les Puces (The Fleas). It covers seven hectares and is the largest antique market in the world, receiving between 120,000 to 180,000 visitors each weekend. /
Dome des Invalides
The Hôtel des Invalides is an enormous complex built by Louis XIV as a home for his army's wounded and disabled soldiers. Today it contains Napoleon's Tomb, museums, and monuments, all relating to France's military history, and a hospital and a retirement home for war veterans, the buildings' original purpose. /
The Palace of Versailles
The Palace of Versailles began as a modest hunting lodge. Well, as modest a lodge as one could expect from a French King. Then Louis XIV enlarged and enrobed the old lodge, turning it into the great Chateau we know today. Visit the place where of world war I was ended by signing of the Treaty of Versailles /
The Louvre Palace Museum
To learn the Louvre in and out, you might need a lifetime. Still, one has to start somewhere. The site of the world's largest and most diverse collection of pre-20th century painting, sculpture, and decorative objects, The Louvre is definitely one of Paris' best attractions. Not forgetting the Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo, bask in the works of Vermeer, Caravaggio, Rembrandt, and countless other masters. The palace itself is testament to a rich history spanning from the medieval period to the present. /

Note: Listed priced activities are offered as optional excursion package, listed highlights may be require entrance fees to access that can be paid for locally and may be subject to availability and holiday closures.