Check into your hotel in Zurich. The rest of the day is free for you to explore this exciting city. (B)

A sensational drive today through some of Switzerland’s most famed cantons. First, by way of the market town of Herisau, then stop in Appenzell to see the old town center with its Town Hall. Further east to the minute Principality of Liechtenstein. A scenic drive through “Heidiland” to the Rhine Valley before starting the ascent of the mighty Julier Pass. Soon you’ll be in the heart of Switzerland’s largest canton, the Grisons. Here see some of the world’s best Alpine views before arriving in St. Moritz. (B)

Enjoy the highlight of the whole tour and a wonderful way of crossing the Alps. One of Europe’s most spectacular train rides begins in St. Moritz and takes you across the lofty Bernina Pass via the Swiss Poschiavo area to Tirano in the Italian Valtellina. Here rejoin your coach for the journey to the shores of Lake Lugano. (B)

Morning break in sub-tropical Lugano. Afterwards, return to Italy to savor the luminous atmosphere of Lake Maggiore. Time for an optional visit to Isola Bella, a magnificently located palace and garden island. Then back into Switzerland via scenic Simplon Pass. Overnight in the village of Täsch. (B,D)

This morning an excursion by train to Zermatt, the famous resort beneath the Matterhorn. In the afternoon motor through the vineyards and apricot groves of the lower Rhône Valley to Lake Geneva before arriving in Lausanne on its northern shore. (B)

Stop awhile in Gruyère to visit a local cheese factory. Then on to Switzerland’s beautiful capital, Berne, a charming town with arcaded shops, carved fountains, and towers. The visit features the Bear Pit and the monumental Federal Palace. Then by way of the shores of Lake Thun to Interlaken. After a visit, continue over Brünig Pass to Lake Lucerne. Time for an optional folklore evening in Lucerne. (B)

One of Switzerland’s finest cities, nestled amid its snow-capped Alps, surrounded by its lake, and embellished by the clear mountain waters of the River Reuss. Your visit takes in the main highlights. A grand selection of optional activities completes the day. The most popular option is an excursion to the Stanserhorn. In the late afternoon an easy drive back to Zurich for an overnight. (B)

Visits to Appenzell, Liechtenstein, St. Moritz, Lugano, Lake Maggiore, Täsch, Zermatt, Lausanne, Gruyère village, Berne, Interlaken, Lucerne
Julier Pass, Engadine Valley, Swiss-Italian Lake District, Simplon Pass, Lake Geneva, the Bernese Oberland

Italy in depth
Let your senses get enchanted with pure light, colour, form, and air, and motion, and rare tinkling sound…of Italian culture and cuisine and architecture and… goes on !
Tour Length:9 Nights / 10 Days
Highlights:Naples - Pompeii - Sorrento - Capri - Amalfi - Siena - Assisi - Florence - Padua

Day 1 : Rome - Naples - Pompeii – Sorrento : Departure to Naples, panoramic city tour including Mergellina, Castel dell’Ovo, the Royal Palace. Continue to Pompeii. Visit the ruins. Lunch in a typical restaurant. After a short visit to a Cameo factory, proceed along the coast to Sorrento, a jewel of the Sorrentine Peninsula, famous for the cultivation of oranges, lemons and olive trees. Dinner and overnight.

Day 2 : Sorrento - Capri – Sorrento : Excursion to Capri to discover the beauty of this wonderful island. Weather permitting visit the Blue Grotto. Lunch in a typical restaurant. Visit Anacapri with its magnificent views, time at leisure. Return to Sorrento by ferry. Dinner and overnight.

Day 3 : Sorrento – Amalfi : Morning departure to Amalfi via the breathtaking Amalfi Coast. En-route you will see Positano and other picturesque fishing villages. Time at leisure in Amalfi. Dinner and overnight.

Day 4 : Amalfi : Free time to discover the beauty of this wonderful coastal resort, or to explore the area. You can take a local bus and visit Positano or Ravello, or take time to relax and plunge into the water of the Mediterranean Sea. Dinner and overnight.

Day 5 : Amalfi - Pompeii – Rome : Breakfast at the hotel, morning at leisure, early afternoon transfer to Pompeii where we will start our trip back to Rome. Traffic permitting, estimated time of arrival approximately 2100 hrs.

Day 6 : Rome - Assisi - Siena – Florence : Early morning departure for Assisi, the mystic town of Saint Francis still surrounded by ancient walls. Visit the Basilica of Saint Francis with its early Renaissance masterpieces by Giotto and Cimabue. Proceed on to Siena, the beautiful medieval city renown for the Palio. On to Florence. Dinner and overnight.

Day 7 : Florence : Buffet breakfast. Guided sightseeing tour of the cradle of the Renaissance. Visit the beautiful Piazza del Duomo, the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, Giotto's Bell Tower, the Baptistery of St. John, the Academy of Fine Arts Gallery housing the "David" by Michelangelo, and Santa Croce, the 13th century Franciscan church with the famous Cimabue's crucifix. Rest of the day at leisure for optional sightseeing tours or shopping. Dinner and overnight.

Day 8 : Florence - Padua – Venice : Buffet breakfast. Departure for Venice via Padua, where you will visit the famous Cathedral of St. Anthony, guarded by Donatello's "Gattamelata". Continue on to Venice, and upon arrival enjoy a guided walking tour of this unique city. You will see the Square and Basilica of St. Mark, the Doge's Palace, the Bridge of Sighs and the Prisons. Then visit a glass factory to see the moulding of glass. Dinner and overnight.

Day 9 : Venice : Buffet breakfast. Day at leisure for optional tour to the islands of Murano, Burano and Torcello by motorlaunch or for shopping. Dinner and overnight.

Day 10 : Venice : Buffet breakfast. End of the tour.

Highlights :
• Naples : Panoramic city tour including Mergellina, Castel dell'Ovo, the Royal Palace.
• Pompeii : Visit the ruins of the famous Roman City destroyed by Volcanic eruptions.
• Sorrento : Excursion to Capri to discover the beauty of this wonderful island.
• Capri : Visit the Blue Grotto Cave, the magic of it is created by sunlight passing through the underwater cavity.
• Amalfi : Visit to Positano or Ravello and other picturesque fishing villages.
• Siena : View the beautiful medieval city renown for the Palio.
• Assisi : View of the Churches of St. Francis and St. Claire.
• Florence : Visit of the beautiful Piazza del Duomo, the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, Giotto's Bell Tower, the   Baptistery of St. John , the Accademia, home of Michelangelo's "David".
• Padua : See Donatello's masterpiece, the "Gattamelata".

Iceland Classical Circle
10 Days / 9 Nights

Day 1 : Arrival day – Reykjavík
Picked up at Keflavík airport and transferred to your Hotel in Reykjavik vernight stay in Reykjavík

Day 2 : Golden Circle
Start the day by visit Thingvellir National Park, arguably the most important site in Iceland in terms of history, culture, and geology. Thingvellir is a UNESCO world heritage site and birth place of Iceland’s parliament, Althingi which was founded in 930AD. It is also a place with an unparalleled view of the rift between the continents of North America and Eurasia.Continue to Gullfoss waterfall and visit Geysir geothermal area where you can see the renowned hot spring Strokkur which spouts water up to 20-30 meters into the air every few minutes. From there we visit the majestic two tier waterfall before heading to the Hotel Overnight in South Iceland.

Day 3 : South Coast
The south coast is a narrow strip of lush farmland that cuts between mountains and glaciers and the vast Atlantic Ocean. The route is lined with natural treasures including Eyjafjallajokull volcano, the iconic Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss waterfalls, Skaftafell National Park and Vatnajokull glacier to name but a few. Visit the Glacier Lagoon before heading to Höfn where you can enjoy a boat tour in the Lagoon
Overnight in Höfn Area

Day 4 : Höfn – East Fjord
Explore the wonders of the East fjords with their small fishing villages that are quietly nesting underneath steep mountains that were once carved out by glaciers.
Close by Egilsstadir you will find the woods of Hallormsstadur and one of Iceland‘s most beautiful waterfalls, Hengifoss. Overnight in East Fjord

Day 5 - East Fjords – Lake Myvatn
Journey through an area of extreme contrasts of bird life, flora, geothermal activity, geology and saga. The Lake Myvatn area is by any considered the most beautiful and at the same time the most catastrophic place in Iceland. Myvatn is often called Europe’s largest bird sanctuary and over 115 species of birds have been sighted at the lake and the surrounding marshlands. The area is dominated by many volcanic landforms such as the mystical volcanic formations at Dimmuborgir, the craters at Skutustadir, the colourful sulfurous slopes of Namaskard and Krafla volcanic area.
Overnight in Myvatn Area.

Day 6 : Lake Myvatn – Husavik – Lake Myvatn
Start the day by exploring Dettifoss waterfall which is reputed to be the most powerful waterfall in Europe. We travel along Tjornes peninsula and stop at the horse shoe shaped canyon of Asbyrgi and visit the charming village of Husavik where you can go on a whale watching tour.
Overnight in Myvatn area

Day 7 : Lake Myvatn – Akureyri
The journey continues towards Akureyri, often called the capital of the north. On the way we stop at the charming waterfall Godafoss.Akureyri was first established as a trading center in 1602. The culture and color of the city will offer many photo opportunities. 
Overnight in Akureyri

Day 8 : Akureyri – Stykkishólmur
From Akureyri we travel through the mountain region as we head into the green regions where distinctive Icelandic horses are bred in Skagafjordur, fjord. We stop by the folkmuseum Glaumbaer before travelling further south to Snafellsnes Peninsula

Day 9 : Snafellsnes Peninsula – Reykjavík
We continues exploring the wonders of Snæfellsnes peninsula. Our first stop will be by the charming little fishing village, Arnarstapi, where we take a walk along the shore. Places of interest: Hellnar- little restaurant/café situated down by the harbor. Djúpalónssandur – beautiful black sandy beach. Snafellsjökull glacier – the glacier is known not only for its beauty but also for its occult powers and many people come to draw on that power. The glacier is an ancient volcano and in Jules Verne’s novel A Journey to the Centre to the Earth the entrance to the underground was through the crater of the volcano. Ólafsvík. As evidence of early business activity, there still stands a warehouse dating from 1841, of distinctive architecture. Grundarfjörður village Bjarnarhöfn – Farm and shark museum
Overnight in Reykjavik

Day 8 : Departure day
Day at own leisure.
Transfer from hotel to Keflavik International Airport for your flight back home.


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