Duration:9 Nights/10 Days
Arrive at the Paris International airport, clear immigration, meet and greet with tour guide and transfer to hotel, then the tour guide will escort you to the front desk for check-in formalities to get the room key. Paris the city needs no introduction. It’s synonymous with food, culture, fashion, and architecture, rarely disappointing those who visit. Despite being the dream destination for millions of people each year, the French capital still has plenty hidden secrets to offer beyond the Eiffel Tower and its world-class museums.
CDG –city tour with Eiffel tower-Seine Cruise
City tour with Eiffel Tower- Your tour will begin in the French capital with the elegant boulevards, charming districts, and beautiful monuments. In a comfortable coach from the centre of town and you will witness the sights like the glass pyramid of the Louvre, the Musée d'Orsay—a Beaux-Arts train station converted into a very important point for Impressionist art—and the proud and stately Arc de Triomphe. After the city tour, make your way to its most iconic structure—the Eiffel Tower where you can get a impressive viewpoint to take a stunning views over this iconic buildings below. Snap some photos and get a chance to know about some of the fascinating stories and little-known facts about the Eiffel Tower's history, its construction in 1889. Anyone who's ever fallen in love with the City of Light is in love with this iconic building as well.
Seine Cruise- Seine cruise gives one a chance to view the spectacular and calming tour through Sailing along the banks of the River Seine, it will pass some magnificent bridges and some spectacular sights such as the Notre Dame cathedral, the Louvre and the Eiffel Tower. From there, sail gracefully along the beautiful river and see the sights from one of the best vantage points.
Paris – Lausanne
After breakfast check out from hotel and transfer to Lausanne, this is a city on Lake Geneva in the region of Vaud, Switzerland. It’s the home to the International Olympic Committee headquarters, as well as the Olympic Museum and Archives. This city is the combination of a dynamic commercial town with the locality of a holiday resort. The town is surrounded by three hills, with Lake Geneva at its feet.
Lausanne – Mt. Titlis – Lucerne
After breakfast proceed for Mt. Titlis. Enjoy the stunning views of the Swiss Alps from the aerial cable car as it climbs to the summit of Mount Titlis. Here, you enter a winter wonderland covered in snow and massive glaciers. Walk over Europe’s highest bridge while enjoying at the incredible panoramic views. Once you reach the top of Mount Titlis, you can choose from several equally exciting activities. Enjoy the ride on the Ice Flyer, which takes you above virgin snow and deep glacier crevasses. Or, if you’re feeling brave, you can walk across Europe’s highest suspension bridge.
Lucerne-Lucerne, a beautiful city in central Switzerland, sits amid snowcapped mountains on the north end of Lake Lucerne. With its colourful Altstadt (Old Town) and 14th-century Museggmauer city walls, covered bridges including the iconic Kapellbrücke and spired, turreted buildings, it's the storybook image of a Swiss town.
Lucerne – Jungfrauch
Today visit the Jungfrauch. Venture into the majestic world of the Jungfraujoch on this unforgettable tour amid the peaks and snowy slopes of the Swiss Alps. With a scenic ride on a cogwheel railway and spectacular views from the Top of Europe, you spend a day surrounded by the wonders of the magnificent Bernese Highlands. With towering mountains all around, the railway ascends to the highest station in Europe, depositing you at 11,333 feet (3,454 metre) when you arrive at the Jungfraujoch. Visit the frozen sculptures of the Ice Palace, or step out to the Sphinx lookout terrace for breath-taking views of the longest glacier in the Alps, before you descend to the forested village of Grindel wald and start your ride back to Lucerne.
Lucerne – Padua
After breakfast check out from hotel and transfer to Padua. Padua is a city in Northern Italy’s Veneto region. It’s known for the frescoes by Giotto in its Scrovegni Chapel and the vast 13th-century Basilica of St. Anthony. Padova also claims to be the oldest city in northern Italy.