The Schengen Special Tour

12 Nights– 13 Days

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Unwind with this 12 nights & 13 days The Schengen Special tour in Budget and fly off  with your family for a great holiday. This specially designed The Schengen Special tour in Budget itinerary for 12 nights comes luxury-loaded with lip-smacking cuisines and extensive sightseeing in dazzling Locations of  Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium and France.

DAY 01:  Arrive Rome

After immigration and customs, transfer comfortably to your hotel (check-in after 1600 hours).

Overnight in Rome.

DAY 02:  Rome – Tuscany

‘Rome was not built in a day’- the truth of this oft quoted adage hits you with full force, as we pack in all the ‘must see’ agenda into our guided panoramic highlight city tour! According to legend, Rome was founded by Romulus and Remus in 753 BC.

Start your introduction to Rome with a journey to The Vatican the smallest nation in the world ! It boasts a priceless art collection and is probably per square foot the richest country in the world ! Visit the Vatican Museum, one of the largest museum complexes in the world. A must see is the Sistine Chapel.

The most famous square of The Vatican is St. Peter’s Square with St. Peter’s Basilica, one of the largest churches in the world. Gaze in awe at Michelangelo’s Pieta.

Continue your tour driving past the triumphal Arch of Constantine, one of the most important commemorative monuments of antiquity and then drive through Piazza Venezia, where the grandiose monument to the reunification of Italy is often referred to as the Marble wedding cake! Pass the Circus Maximus – the Hippodrome – known for its ancient chariot races, which was reconstructed by Hollywood for the well known movie ‘Ben Hur’!
Pay tribute to the brave Gladiators of Rome. At this amphitheatre, the notorious and gory gladiatorial games were held, where they fought one another and wild animals while the crowd roared!

Pass the ruins of the Roman Forum and end the tour with a visit at the famous Trevi Fountain.

Legend has it, that if you make a wish and toss a coin over your left shoulder into the fountain, you are sure to return to Rome. After this enjoyable tour, relax, as you drive to Pisa, the hometown of Galileo where after dinner you will check-in to your hotel.
Note: On days when the Vatican Museum is not open for visitors, the Roman Forum or the Colosseum will be visited. Due to Rome city regulations, certain roads may be off limits for long distance coaches. This may result in the Rome sightseeing being done partly by foot / public transport.

DAY 03: Tuscany – Padova

Today its Pisa, a city, which makes the most of its claim to fame – its Leaning Tower! It has leaned almost since construction first started, due to the swampy soil beneath it. At a photo stop here, note its striking beauty along with its characteristic tilt. The Duomo’s (Cathedral), Bell Tower together with the Baptistery are all a part of the Field of Miracles.

Later, drive through a stretch of olive groves and vineyards to Florence, a shrine to the wonders of the Renaissance, with more artistic treasures per square meter than any other city in the world!

Included in your guided highlight walking tour of Florence is a visit to the remarkable Duomo (when open for visitors), which is the fourth largest cathedral in the world. It dominates the city’s skyline and still defines its scale – no building in town is taller! Besides it is the ‘Gate to Paradise’ – the heavenly gilded bronze doors of the Baptistry, originally a pagan temple and the open-air gallery in Signoria Square.

Walk on the famous Ponte Vecchio, the oldest surviving bridge in the city.

After an exciting tour, drive across the Apennine Mountains cutting through the fertile Adriatic Plains and, along the Brenta River past Bologna, quaint villages, medieval castles and fruit orchards to Padova where after dinner, you will be checked-in to your hotel.

DAY 04: Padova – Innsbruck

Next, it’s onto the lagoon city of Venice.

Nothing prepares you for the captivating city of canals and palaces – Venice is simply unique! Built on 117 small islands, it is a pedestrian’s city, so get set for a walking tour.

Cruise from Tronchetto Pier and glide romantically past fairytale palaces, through incredible miniature canals to the Piazza San Marco (St. Marks Square), where you disembark. Napoleon dubbed the Square the ‘finest drawing room in Europe’ for its constant carnival atmosphere! Witness the bronze Moors striking the hour, as they have been doing for the past 500 years!
From there to the Doge’s Palace, connected by the ‘Bridge of Sighs’ to its prisons. It was from here that the legendary lover Casanova made his famous escape! Time permitting make a brief visit to a Murano Glass Showroom (when open) for a demonstration in glass blowing. Enjoy a Gondola ride.

Celebrate with a sumptuous lunch as you enjoy your return cruise to Tronchetto Pier.

Continue a scenic drive to Innsbruck (Austria). Located on the Inn River, Innsbruck is one of Europe’s most beautiful and lively cities. An international centre for winter sports, it has hosted the Winter Olympics twice!

Our orientation tour introduces you to its world famous sights. View the Golden Roof or ‘Goldenes Dachl’, an ornate Gothic balcony erected by the Emperor Maximilian I in the 15th century, decorated with gold painted copper shingles. Next walk past the Imperial Church and the ‘Hofburg’ or Imperial Palace. This Capital of the Alps, has a history of 800 years!

DAY 05:   Innsbruck – Switzerland

Today halt at the internationally renowned Swarovski Crystal Worlds in Wattens, and prepare to be dazzled at the ‘Chambers of Wonder’! In a wondrous blue hall dominated by a Unicum- a wall of crystal, you see the world’s biggest crystal and it’s smallest! Over 7 million people from all corners of the globe, have already been thrilled by the Swarovski experience – now you are one of them!

Later proceed, to scenic drive to city of Zurich, where on arrival, you will proceed on an orientation tour strolling down Bahnhofstrasse – the city’s fanciest shopping street, past famous sights like Peterskirche (St. Peter’s Church) situated in a medieval square, famous for its 16th century clock, the largest clock face in Europe. The elegant copper spire of the Fraumunster found in the 9th century with impressive stained glass windows. Across the Limmat River, get a view of the beautiful Romanesque and Gothic Cathedral dedicated to Zurich’s patron saints.

Drive to dinner before checking-in to your hotel in Central Switzerland.

DAY 06:  Switzerland

The day is at leisure. You have an option to enjoy a visit to Jungfrau and explore Interlaken on a city tour.

DAY 07: Switzerland

Today, commence your snow and ice adventure with a visit to Mt. Titlis in cable cars that include a 360 degree revolving car. Breathtaking! The ice flyer, cliff walk, glacier cave and park are all there waiting to be explored. Carry home wonderful memories with a visit to the photo studio.

Then, proceed to Lucerne and see picturesque mountains, lakes, cowbells, alpine villages, meadows, the poignant Lion Monument, the covered, wooden Kapellbrucke (chapel bridge), and the ornate Jesuit Church.

Thereafter, enjoy a cruise on Lake Lucerne.

Then, spend some leisure time for shopping. Next to a virtually unlimited selection of watches and jewellery, every store carries gifts and souvenirs, priced for every pocket.

DAY 08: Switzerland – Rhineland

An exciting drive to see the thundering Rhine Falls at Schaffhausen.

Next through the Black Forest to arrive at Titisee – the alpine nest of the Cuckoo Clock situated in the unique Hollental (Hell’s Valley). Witness a demonstration to explain the making of authentic cuckoo clocks in their original form, each piece carefully crafted for precision! The Cuckoo Clock is said to have originated between 1740 and 1750 and has remained more or less unchanged in its unique design. A visit here is a memorable experience.

Continue your scenic drive to Heidelberg, situated in the Valley of the River Neckar and world famous for its romantic castle and picturesque Old Town with awe inspiring surroundings. Enjoy some leisure time at the ‘Altstadt’ – old section of the town. Later, after dinner, check-in to your hotel in Rhineland.

DAY 09:  Rhineland – Netherlands

Today, after breakfast, drive to Cologne, the metropolis on River Rhine, where on arrival you will visit the Cathedral – the first Gothic Church in the Rhineland with its characteristic spires.

Your next stop is Amsterdam. The canals beckon as you board a glass topped boat and glide past regal mansions, houseboats and bridges. A canal cruise in Amsterdam is a rewarding experience. Spend some leisure time at Dam Square with the Nieuwe Kerk (New Church), the Royal Palace and the National Monument.

After dinner, check-in to your hotel.

DAY 10:  Netherlands – Brussels

The windmills which still wield their magic will enchant you. There’s a photo stop at one. Clogs, Cheese and Holland are inseparable and a farm visit demonstrates this business.

Visit Madurodam – an enchanting miniature city that features the best of the Netherlands.

Then, drive to Brussels. On arrival, a walking orientation tour takes you to the magnificent Gothic St. Michel and St. Gudula Cathedral. Then, via Galeries Saint Hubert – the world’s first shopping mall, opened in 1847, to the Grand Place, Europe’s most beautiful square. This exquisite market square is the main tourist attraction of the city.

Visit the Manneken Pis (photo stop) – the cheeky statue of a boy, representing the “irreverent spirit” of Brussels, which has drawn sightseers for centuries.

DAY 11:  Brussels – Paris

A scenic drive through beautiful landscapes to Paris, the ‘City of Lights’.

On arrival, enjoy a guided panoramic highlight city tour visiting famous monuments like the Pyramid of the Louvre, Garnier’s Opera, the largest opera theatre in the world, the River Seine, the Place de la Concorde – the site of the infamous guillotine, the Champs Elysees – one of the most fashionable streets in the world, the Napoleanic Arc de Triomphe and the Hotel des Invalides.

This enchanted evening unfolds with a cruise on the River Seine, sailing under old and beautiful bridges, admiring illuminated monuments as you glide by.

DAY 12:  Paris

Today, it’s Euro Disney! Unleash the child in you for a fun filled excursion! Thrilling rides, favourite Disney characters and incredible shows make it a complete family attraction.

Note: Your park ticket gives you the option of entering either Euro Disney Park or Walt Disney Studios.

The Euro Disney Park is divided into Frontierland, Adventureland, Fantasyland, Discoveryland which are the four magical themed lands and the ever famous Main Street USA. Thrilling rides, incredible shows, parades, fantasy and excitement guarantees non-stop fun and action. Fairytales come to life. Big thrills such as Space Mountain Mission 2, Indiana Jones, Big Thunder Mountain, takes you to the edge of the universe and little ones, where you can sail around the world with “It’s a small small world”.

Family fun is around every corner, from Pirates of the Caribbean to the Mad Hatter’s Tea Cups.

Favourite Disney Characters are waiting to meet you. You can ‘Hello’ Pooh, ‘Howdy’ Goofy and meet Mickey and Minnie. Do not forget to take a snapshot with one of your favourite Disney characters! Say “Cheese” and get a photograph accompanied by a hug and an autograph.

OR

Discover the magical world of cinema and television at Walt Disney Studios where a behind the scenes destination sensation awaits you. Experience movie magic and cinema sets coming to life through cinemagical ‘lots’, featuring thrilling attractions and spectacular shows with your dreams centre-stage allowing your “screendreams” to come true! Make your big screen debut at Toon Studio or Production Courtyard. Return to your hotel after dinner.

Breakfast at the hotel, lunch coupon at Disneyland and dinner at an Indian restaurant

DAY 13:  Homeward Bound

Start the day taking in the dazzling overview of the glittering city as you ascend by an elevator to the 2nd level of the Eiffel Tower! Later, visit Fragonard. Discover Fragonard’s creations on sale at factory prices.

Good times need never end! As you get ready for the airport and your flight back home. We are confident you will join us again sometime soon…

 

 

 

Accommodation:

City Hotel Name No of Nights
Rome Hotel Mercure Roma West Or Similar 1
Pisa Hotel Nh Pisa Or Similar 1
Padova Hotel Four Point Sheraton Or Similar 1
Tirol Alpenkonig Tirol Or Similar 1
Zurich Movenpick Hotel Zurich Airport Or Similar 3
Heppenheim Achat Comfort Hotel Heidelberg Or Similar 1
Amsterdam Nh Hotels Or Similar 1
Brussels Hotel Mercure Brussels Or Similar 1
Paris Novotel Paris Or Similar 2
  • Cost of your round trip economy class excursion airfare.
  • Accommodation at the hotels mentioned or similar.
  • Cost of your Overseas Travel Insurance with Trawelltag valid for the duration of the tour covered for passenger’s upto the age of 70 years.
  • Local Representative if any.
  • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Coach tours, entrance fees, excursions, and sightseeing as specified in the itinerary.
  • Surface transportation as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Airport taxes.
  • Schengen visa charges.
  • Compulsory tips of Euro 3 per adult / child & per day
  • An additional amount of INR 1500 is to be compulsorily paid by way of ‘Secure your Booking Amount’.
  • Optional & Add-On tours unless mentioned otherwise.
  • Cost of US $ 2,50,000 granted by the Reserve Bank of India under the Liberalised Remittance Scheme.
  • Any increase in the airfare / taxes / routing charged by the airlines for ticket.
  • Airline and Hotel surcharges (if applicable) during high / festive season to be paid extra per person.
  • Cost of extension of validity or deviation of your air ticket.
  • Any increase in Rate of Euro (presently calculated at EUR 1 =INR 77) as on 1st Dec 2017 leading to an increase in tour cost coming into effect prior to departure. However, the rate prevailing on the given day of payment will apply.
  • Porterage at hotels, apartment, airports and seaports, tips, laundry, wines, mineral water, telephone charges, all items of personal nature and also food and drinks not forming part of the touring group’s menu.
  • Medical test and Premium cost of your Overseas Travel Insurance policy valid for passengers above 70 years of age.
  • Anything not specifically mentioned under Inclusions.
  • GST 5% on Gross Bill , effective from 01st July 2017
+ Itinerary

DAY 01:  Arrive Rome

After immigration and customs, transfer comfortably to your hotel (check-in after 1600 hours).

Overnight in Rome.

DAY 02:  Rome – Tuscany

‘Rome was not built in a day’- the truth of this oft quoted adage hits you with full force, as we pack in all the ‘must see’ agenda into our guided panoramic highlight city tour! According to legend, Rome was founded by Romulus and Remus in 753 BC.

Start your introduction to Rome with a journey to The Vatican the smallest nation in the world ! It boasts a priceless art collection and is probably per square foot the richest country in the world ! Visit the Vatican Museum, one of the largest museum complexes in the world. A must see is the Sistine Chapel.

The most famous square of The Vatican is St. Peter’s Square with St. Peter’s Basilica, one of the largest churches in the world. Gaze in awe at Michelangelo’s Pieta.

Continue your tour driving past the triumphal Arch of Constantine, one of the most important commemorative monuments of antiquity and then drive through Piazza Venezia, where the grandiose monument to the reunification of Italy is often referred to as the Marble wedding cake! Pass the Circus Maximus – the Hippodrome – known for its ancient chariot races, which was reconstructed by Hollywood for the well known movie ‘Ben Hur’!
Pay tribute to the brave Gladiators of Rome. At this amphitheatre, the notorious and gory gladiatorial games were held, where they fought one another and wild animals while the crowd roared!

Pass the ruins of the Roman Forum and end the tour with a visit at the famous Trevi Fountain.

Legend has it, that if you make a wish and toss a coin over your left shoulder into the fountain, you are sure to return to Rome. After this enjoyable tour, relax, as you drive to Pisa, the hometown of Galileo where after dinner you will check-in to your hotel.
Note: On days when the Vatican Museum is not open for visitors, the Roman Forum or the Colosseum will be visited. Due to Rome city regulations, certain roads may be off limits for long distance coaches. This may result in the Rome sightseeing being done partly by foot / public transport.

DAY 03: Tuscany – Padova

Today its Pisa, a city, which makes the most of its claim to fame – its Leaning Tower! It has leaned almost since construction first started, due to the swampy soil beneath it. At a photo stop here, note its striking beauty along with its characteristic tilt. The Duomo’s (Cathedral), Bell Tower together with the Baptistery are all a part of the Field of Miracles.

Later, drive through a stretch of olive groves and vineyards to Florence, a shrine to the wonders of the Renaissance, with more artistic treasures per square meter than any other city in the world!

Included in your guided highlight walking tour of Florence is a visit to the remarkable Duomo (when open for visitors), which is the fourth largest cathedral in the world. It dominates the city’s skyline and still defines its scale – no building in town is taller! Besides it is the ‘Gate to Paradise’ – the heavenly gilded bronze doors of the Baptistry, originally a pagan temple and the open-air gallery in Signoria Square.

Walk on the famous Ponte Vecchio, the oldest surviving bridge in the city.

After an exciting tour, drive across the Apennine Mountains cutting through the fertile Adriatic Plains and, along the Brenta River past Bologna, quaint villages, medieval castles and fruit orchards to Padova where after dinner, you will be checked-in to your hotel.

DAY 04: Padova – Innsbruck

Next, it’s onto the lagoon city of Venice.

Nothing prepares you for the captivating city of canals and palaces – Venice is simply unique! Built on 117 small islands, it is a pedestrian’s city, so get set for a walking tour.

Cruise from Tronchetto Pier and glide romantically past fairytale palaces, through incredible miniature canals to the Piazza San Marco (St. Marks Square), where you disembark. Napoleon dubbed the Square the ‘finest drawing room in Europe’ for its constant carnival atmosphere! Witness the bronze Moors striking the hour, as they have been doing for the past 500 years!
From there to the Doge’s Palace, connected by the ‘Bridge of Sighs’ to its prisons. It was from here that the legendary lover Casanova made his famous escape! Time permitting make a brief visit to a Murano Glass Showroom (when open) for a demonstration in glass blowing. Enjoy a Gondola ride.

Celebrate with a sumptuous lunch as you enjoy your return cruise to Tronchetto Pier.

Continue a scenic drive to Innsbruck (Austria). Located on the Inn River, Innsbruck is one of Europe’s most beautiful and lively cities. An international centre for winter sports, it has hosted the Winter Olympics twice!

Our orientation tour introduces you to its world famous sights. View the Golden Roof or ‘Goldenes Dachl’, an ornate Gothic balcony erected by the Emperor Maximilian I in the 15th century, decorated with gold painted copper shingles. Next walk past the Imperial Church and the ‘Hofburg’ or Imperial Palace. This Capital of the Alps, has a history of 800 years!

DAY 05:   Innsbruck – Switzerland

Today halt at the internationally renowned Swarovski Crystal Worlds in Wattens, and prepare to be dazzled at the ‘Chambers of Wonder’! In a wondrous blue hall dominated by a Unicum- a wall of crystal, you see the world’s biggest crystal and it’s smallest! Over 7 million people from all corners of the globe, have already been thrilled by the Swarovski experience – now you are one of them!

Later proceed, to scenic drive to city of Zurich, where on arrival, you will proceed on an orientation tour strolling down Bahnhofstrasse – the city’s fanciest shopping street, past famous sights like Peterskirche (St. Peter’s Church) situated in a medieval square, famous for its 16th century clock, the largest clock face in Europe. The elegant copper spire of the Fraumunster found in the 9th century with impressive stained glass windows. Across the Limmat River, get a view of the beautiful Romanesque and Gothic Cathedral dedicated to Zurich’s patron saints.

Drive to dinner before checking-in to your hotel in Central Switzerland.

DAY 06:  Switzerland

The day is at leisure. You have an option to enjoy a visit to Jungfrau and explore Interlaken on a city tour.

DAY 07: Switzerland

Today, commence your snow and ice adventure with a visit to Mt. Titlis in cable cars that include a 360 degree revolving car. Breathtaking! The ice flyer, cliff walk, glacier cave and park are all there waiting to be explored. Carry home wonderful memories with a visit to the photo studio.

Then, proceed to Lucerne and see picturesque mountains, lakes, cowbells, alpine villages, meadows, the poignant Lion Monument, the covered, wooden Kapellbrucke (chapel bridge), and the ornate Jesuit Church.

Thereafter, enjoy a cruise on Lake Lucerne.

Then, spend some leisure time for shopping. Next to a virtually unlimited selection of watches and jewellery, every store carries gifts and souvenirs, priced for every pocket.

DAY 08: Switzerland – Rhineland

An exciting drive to see the thundering Rhine Falls at Schaffhausen.

Next through the Black Forest to arrive at Titisee – the alpine nest of the Cuckoo Clock situated in the unique Hollental (Hell’s Valley). Witness a demonstration to explain the making of authentic cuckoo clocks in their original form, each piece carefully crafted for precision! The Cuckoo Clock is said to have originated between 1740 and 1750 and has remained more or less unchanged in its unique design. A visit here is a memorable experience.

Continue your scenic drive to Heidelberg, situated in the Valley of the River Neckar and world famous for its romantic castle and picturesque Old Town with awe inspiring surroundings. Enjoy some leisure time at the ‘Altstadt’ – old section of the town. Later, after dinner, check-in to your hotel in Rhineland.

DAY 09:  Rhineland – Netherlands

Today, after breakfast, drive to Cologne, the metropolis on River Rhine, where on arrival you will visit the Cathedral – the first Gothic Church in the Rhineland with its characteristic spires.

Your next stop is Amsterdam. The canals beckon as you board a glass topped boat and glide past regal mansions, houseboats and bridges. A canal cruise in Amsterdam is a rewarding experience. Spend some leisure time at Dam Square with the Nieuwe Kerk (New Church), the Royal Palace and the National Monument.

After dinner, check-in to your hotel.

DAY 10:  Netherlands – Brussels

The windmills which still wield their magic will enchant you. There’s a photo stop at one. Clogs, Cheese and Holland are inseparable and a farm visit demonstrates this business.

Visit Madurodam – an enchanting miniature city that features the best of the Netherlands.

Then, drive to Brussels. On arrival, a walking orientation tour takes you to the magnificent Gothic St. Michel and St. Gudula Cathedral. Then, via Galeries Saint Hubert – the world’s first shopping mall, opened in 1847, to the Grand Place, Europe’s most beautiful square. This exquisite market square is the main tourist attraction of the city.

Visit the Manneken Pis (photo stop) – the cheeky statue of a boy, representing the “irreverent spirit” of Brussels, which has drawn sightseers for centuries.

DAY 11:  Brussels – Paris

A scenic drive through beautiful landscapes to Paris, the ‘City of Lights’.

On arrival, enjoy a guided panoramic highlight city tour visiting famous monuments like the Pyramid of the Louvre, Garnier’s Opera, the largest opera theatre in the world, the River Seine, the Place de la Concorde – the site of the infamous guillotine, the Champs Elysees – one of the most fashionable streets in the world, the Napoleanic Arc de Triomphe and the Hotel des Invalides.

This enchanted evening unfolds with a cruise on the River Seine, sailing under old and beautiful bridges, admiring illuminated monuments as you glide by.

DAY 12:  Paris

Today, it’s Euro Disney! Unleash the child in you for a fun filled excursion! Thrilling rides, favourite Disney characters and incredible shows make it a complete family attraction.

Note: Your park ticket gives you the option of entering either Euro Disney Park or Walt Disney Studios.

The Euro Disney Park is divided into Frontierland, Adventureland, Fantasyland, Discoveryland which are the four magical themed lands and the ever famous Main Street USA. Thrilling rides, incredible shows, parades, fantasy and excitement guarantees non-stop fun and action. Fairytales come to life. Big thrills such as Space Mountain Mission 2, Indiana Jones, Big Thunder Mountain, takes you to the edge of the universe and little ones, where you can sail around the world with “It’s a small small world”.

Family fun is around every corner, from Pirates of the Caribbean to the Mad Hatter’s Tea Cups.

Favourite Disney Characters are waiting to meet you. You can ‘Hello’ Pooh, ‘Howdy’ Goofy and meet Mickey and Minnie. Do not forget to take a snapshot with one of your favourite Disney characters! Say “Cheese” and get a photograph accompanied by a hug and an autograph.

OR

Discover the magical world of cinema and television at Walt Disney Studios where a behind the scenes destination sensation awaits you. Experience movie magic and cinema sets coming to life through cinemagical ‘lots’, featuring thrilling attractions and spectacular shows with your dreams centre-stage allowing your “screendreams” to come true! Make your big screen debut at Toon Studio or Production Courtyard. Return to your hotel after dinner.

Breakfast at the hotel, lunch coupon at Disneyland and dinner at an Indian restaurant

DAY 13:  Homeward Bound

Start the day taking in the dazzling overview of the glittering city as you ascend by an elevator to the 2nd level of the Eiffel Tower! Later, visit Fragonard. Discover Fragonard’s creations on sale at factory prices.

Good times need never end! As you get ready for the airport and your flight back home. We are confident you will join us again sometime soon…

 

 

 

+ Hotels

Accommodation:

City Hotel Name No of Nights
Rome Hotel Mercure Roma West Or Similar 1
Pisa Hotel Nh Pisa Or Similar 1
Padova Hotel Four Point Sheraton Or Similar 1
Tirol Alpenkonig Tirol Or Similar 1
Zurich Movenpick Hotel Zurich Airport Or Similar 3
Heppenheim Achat Comfort Hotel Heidelberg Or Similar 1
Amsterdam Nh Hotels Or Similar 1
Brussels Hotel Mercure Brussels Or Similar 1
Paris Novotel Paris Or Similar 2
+ Inlusions
  • Cost of your round trip economy class excursion airfare.
  • Accommodation at the hotels mentioned or similar.
  • Cost of your Overseas Travel Insurance with Trawelltag valid for the duration of the tour covered for passenger’s upto the age of 70 years.
  • Local Representative if any.
  • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Coach tours, entrance fees, excursions, and sightseeing as specified in the itinerary.
  • Surface transportation as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Airport taxes.
  • Schengen visa charges.
  • Compulsory tips of Euro 3 per adult / child & per day
+ Exclusions
  • An additional amount of INR 1500 is to be compulsorily paid by way of ‘Secure your Booking Amount’.
  • Optional & Add-On tours unless mentioned otherwise.
  • Cost of US $ 2,50,000 granted by the Reserve Bank of India under the Liberalised Remittance Scheme.
  • Any increase in the airfare / taxes / routing charged by the airlines for ticket.
  • Airline and Hotel surcharges (if applicable) during high / festive season to be paid extra per person.
  • Cost of extension of validity or deviation of your air ticket.
  • Any increase in Rate of Euro (presently calculated at EUR 1 =INR 77) as on 1st Dec 2017 leading to an increase in tour cost coming into effect prior to departure. However, the rate prevailing on the given day of payment will apply.
  • Porterage at hotels, apartment, airports and seaports, tips, laundry, wines, mineral water, telephone charges, all items of personal nature and also food and drinks not forming part of the touring group’s menu.
  • Medical test and Premium cost of your Overseas Travel Insurance policy valid for passengers above 70 years of age.
  • Anything not specifically mentioned under Inclusions.
  • GST 5% on Gross Bill , effective from 01st July 2017
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