European Cavalcade

18 Day Guided Tour from London to London with Costsaver

Read 22 reviews and enjoy exclusive savings on Costsaver's 18 Day European Cavalcade. Explore the romantic landscapes, pretty medieval villages and stately capitals of Europe on this voyage past Amsterdam, Rome and Paris with a stay in the Bay of Naples and visits to Lyon...read more

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Guided Tour Starts In
Starts In
London
Guided Tour Ends In
Ends In
London
Accomodation
Accomodation
3 - 4 Star
51
Max Group Size
51
Guided Tour
Trip Style
Guided Tour
Scenic / Cultural
Trip Style
Scenic / Cultural
Countries Explored:
England, Holland, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Italy, Monaco, France
Trip Operated By:
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232 Reviews
Trip Reviews:
4.4 out of 5
22 Reviews
Trip Code:
ECAV

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1 London – Amsterdam (1 Night)
The boroughs of London give way to the lush green landscapes of Kent as you travel south to the White Cliffs of Dover and across the English Channel. Kick back and admire the endless plains of Belgium and the Netherlands, arriving in historic, yet trendy Amsterdam later. Soak up the buzz of bicycles and boats as you explore the old-world capital at night your way. That could mean spending the evening in a cosy bruin café or consider joining an optional cruise along its tree-lined canals in a glass-topped boat. Stay: Ibis Schiphol
2 Amsterdam – Cologne – Rhine Cruise – Rhineland (1 Night)
The natural beauty of the Rhinelands takes centre stage today as you head east through the lush landscapes of Germany bound for Cologne. Stop briefly to view the Gothic spires of Cologne Cathedral before boarding your cruise down the Rhine, passing a multitude of medieval villages, steep vineyards and storybook castles that line your scenic river route. Arrive later at your hotel in the Rhineland. (B/D) Stay: Achat Premium Neustadt Weinstrasse
3 Rhineland – Colmar – Lucerne Region (2 Nights)
History comes to life as you journey through the vineyards of Alsace to Colmar, which looks like it belongs in a Brothers Grimm fairy tale. Its half-timbered houses and cobbled alleyways could tell their own captivating stories. Enjoy time in this living postcard before continuing through the mountains near Lake Lucerne where you'll spend the next two nights. (B/D) Stay: Ski Lodge Engelberg
4 Lucerne Orientation and Free Time
Your Travel Director will take you on an orientation tour through Lucerne's Old Town. Walk along the ancient wooden Chapel Bridge and visit the Lion Monument, which Mark Twain described as the 'most mournful and moving piece of stone in the world'. Let the 'heart' of Switzerland capture yours as you immerse yourself in its history and epic scenery. With a full afternoon to explore this pretty lakeside setting on your own, you may decide to spend it shopping for watches, Swiss army knives or chocolate. You could choose instead to ascend to the alpine heavens, joining an optional scenic cruise across Lake Lucerne to Stans, then travelling by railway and cable car up into the mountains for exhilarating mountain views. (B)
5 Lucerne Region – Liechtenstein – Innsbruck (1 Night)
Big things come in small packages as you'll come to discover when you visit the Principality of Liechtenstein. You can almost imagine the resident Prince surveying his kingdom when you visit its tiny capital, Vaduz. Earn your bragging rights by visiting one of the world's smallest countries before continuing to Innsbruck, the capital of the Tyrol. Here you'll admire the Hofburg Palace and Golden Roof, gilded in the 16th century by Emperor Maximilian to mark his wedding. Admire the fascinating crystal installations and browse for precious gifts and souvenirs at the Swarovski Crystal Worlds Store. (B/D) Stay: Bon Alpina
6 Innsbruck – Verona – Venice (2 Nights)
From Roman ruins to Romeo and Juliet, Verona certainly is the stuff of legends. Stop today in the city that served as a backdrop for Shakespeare's famous love story. View the very balcony where the fictional Juliet once called for her Romeo and admire the Roman Arena where gripping performances are held to this day. Continue to Venice, once a maritime powerhouse and republic whose influences can be seen across the Eastern Mediterranean. You'll arrive just in time for an optional Gondola and Grand Canal cruise - grand palazzi, churches and ornate bridges lining your journey. Enjoy dinner at your hotel, then spend the rest of the evening exploring the labyrinthine streets on your own. (B/D) Stay: Burchiello
7 Venice Orientation and Free Time
The talents of the master craftsmen on Giudecca Island are the star of the show this morning. Visit a glassblowing workshop to see them craft the most exquisite works of art. Take to the waters of the canal next and cruise by private launch to St. Mark's Square, the gateway to the city. Admire the ornate Doge's Palace, the Basilica of St. Mark and the Bridge of Sighs, whose bittersweet views once elicited sighs from prisoners who were unlikely to see their beloved city ever again. There's time on your own for a final exploration of the city or to join an Optional Experience to the vibrant rainbow-coloured façades of Burano Island. (B)
8 Venice – Rome (2 Nights)
Italy's capital city lies ahead and with it the promise of a journey into an ancient world, a holy empire and remnants of the Renaissance around every turn. Cross the Veneto plains and Apennine hills, admiring the Tuscan countryside as you travel south to Rome. You'll have some time later to explore the city on your own or join the group for an Optional Experience to see some of the city's sights, followed by a dinner of Italian specialties. (B) Stay: Ergife Palace
9 Rome Sightseeing and Free Time
With so much to see and do, you could explore Rome for an eternity without getting bored. Get to grips with the city's main attractions, joining a Local Specialist at Vatican City, the world's smallest city. Stand in St. Peter's Square, sharing your space with devoted pilgrims. Visit St. Peter's Basilica and view Michelangelo's greatest work, the sorrowful Pietà. Then, maybe enjoy an Optional Experience to Michelangelo's famous Sistine Chapel and the Vatican Museums. Cross the Tiber to view the mighty Colosseum and the countless other ancient sites which featured prominently in the days of the powerful Roman Empire. (B)
10 Rome – Bay of Naples (1 Night)
The Bay of Naples beckons and you'll head south past the Abbey of Monte Cassino, the site of fierce battles during World War II, to Sorrento. Arrive just in time to perhaps spend the afternoon taking an optional drive along the picture-perfect Amalfi Coast, with a visit to the artist hub of Positano and its pastel-hued houses that seem to tumble into the Tyrrhenian Sea. (B/D) Stay: La Panoramica
11 Bay of Naples – Florence (2 Nights)
Don't miss the opportunity to join an Optional Experience to see the excavations of Pompeii in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius. Buried under ash when Vesuvius blew her top, Pompeii remains frozen in time and your Local Specialist will reveal what life was like as one of its former residents. Continue to Florence and check into your hotel for an evening at leisure. (B/D) Stay: Starhotels Vespucci
12 Florence Sightseeing and Free Time
No expense was spared to exalt the glory of Florence through art and architecture and you'll see first-hand how this city paved its way to a modern age. Join a Local Specialist this morning for an enthralling account of the city's history during a walking tour of its historic centre, including views of Ponte Vecchio, the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, Giotto's Bell Tower and the Baptistery. Visit Piazza della Signoria, the city's main square where many of the political and artistic treasures of the city can be seen. Admire panoramic views of the city from Piazzale Michelangelo then learn about the quality and workmanship of two of this city's historic industries at demonstrations of Florentine leathercraft and 18-carat gold. For a taste of Tuscany, consider joining an Optional Experience in the Tuscan hills with regional favourites, live music and a glass or two of crisp Chianti. (B)
13 Florence – Pisa – Monaco – French Riviera (2 Nights)
Don't resist peer pressure and snap a few strategic photos featuring you and the extraordinary Leaning Tower of Pisa. Admire the Pisan Romanesque Square of Miracles in all its striped marble glory. Its structures are said to symbolise the three main stages of human life - the Baptistery (birth), the Cathedral (life) and the Camposanto (death). Your journey west stretches out to the shimmering Mediterranean coast, where the Principality of Monaco awaits. Keep your cameras at the ready as you drive along its elegant boulevards and attempt to capture the sophistication that seems to ooze from every corner. Next stop, the glamorous French Riviera. (B) Stay: Amarante Cannes
14 French Riviera Free Time
There's no shame in spending the day sprawled out on a sun lounger with a cocktail, but if you can pull yourself away from the pool, you'll want to join your fellow travellers for an optional exploration of Saint-Paul-de-Vence and Nice. Life is rather idyllic in this enchanting walled hill-town and, like some of its famous residents, you'll want to linger here a little longer, but the sun-kissed promenades of Nice beckon so join your Local Specialist and explore its Old Town and colourful Provençal markets instead. You never know who you might spot seated in those sleek Ferraris and private yachts that dot the French Riviera. (B)
15 French Riviera – Avignon – Lyon (1 Night)
A brief brush with the Papacy in the 14th century has gifted Avignon with some of the world's most incredible religious architectural legacies. The heart of Provence may no longer hold the importance that the Vatican does today, but views of its Palace of the Popes and St. Bénezet Bridge are no less inspiring. Later today you'll arrive in Lyon. Get your bearings during your orientation tour. (B/D) Stay: Campanile Berges du Rhone
16 Lyon – Versailles – Paris (2 Nights)
Head north to the opulence of Versailles - its splendour and beauty created to reflect the self-proclaimed majesty of King Louis XIV, the Sun King. An Optional Experience could see you visit the exquisite sprawling gardens, the Hall of Mirrors with its impressive chandeliers and glinting mirrors. Carry on to Paris where you could join an Optional Experience, including dinner and a scenic drive stopping at all the best photo spots. (B) Stay: Novotel Pont de Sevres
17 Paris Sightseeing and Free Time
The Parisians know a thing or two about beauty, elegance and a life well lived which your full day in Paris will deliver in abundance. Hit its grand boulevards on a city sightseeing tour with your Travel Director. See the Arc de Triomphe and Champs Élysées then spend the rest of the day discovering the city on your terms. Don't resist the urge to tread in the footsteps of Picasso and Dali during an optional visit to Montmartre this afternoon, exploring its maze of streets and Artist's Square. There's time to shop for artwork and savour some local specialties before a real highlight this evening - an optional dinner and cabaret performance. (B)
18 Paris – London
Your journey continues to Calais where you'll board a ferry across the English Channel to Dover. Drive north to London, closing the curtain on an incredible journey across Europe's most beautiful landscapes and iconic cities. (B)
1 Arrive Amsterdam (1 Night)
Welcome to historic, yet trendy Amsterdam later. Soak up the buzz of bicycles and boats as you explore the old-world capital at night your way. That could mean spending the evening in a cosy brui café or consider joining an optional cruise along its tree-lined canals in a glass-topped boat. Stay: Ibis Schiphol
2 Amsterdam – Cologne – Rhine Cruise – Rhineland (1 Night)
The natural beauty of the Rhinelands takes centre stage today as you head east through the lush landscapes of Germany bound for Cologne. Stop briefly to view the Gothic spires of Cologne Cathedral before boarding your cruise down the Rhine, passing a multitude of medieval villages, steep vineyards and storybook castles that line your scenic river route. Arrive later at your hotel in the Rhineland. (B/D) Stay: Achat Premium Neustadt Weinstrasse
3 Rhineland – Colmar – Lucerne Region (2 Nights)
History comes to life as you journey through the vineyards of Alsace to Colmar, which looks like it belongs in a Brothers Grimm fairy tale. Its half-timbered houses and cobbled alleyways could tell their own captivating stories. Enjoy time in this living postcard before continuing through the mountains near Lake Lucerne where you'll spend the next two nights. (B/D) Stay: Ski Lodge Engelberg
4 Lucerne Orientation and Free Time
Your Travel Director will take you on an orientation tour through Lucerne's Old Town. Walk along the ancient wooden Chapel Bridge and visit the Lion Monument, which Mark Twain described as the 'most mournful and moving piece of stone in the world'. Let the 'heart' of Switzerland capture yours as you immerse yourself in its history and epic scenery. With a full afternoon to explore this pretty lakeside setting on your own, you may decide to spend it shopping for watches, Swiss army knives or chocolate. You could choose instead to ascend to the alpine heavens, joining an optional scenic cruise across Lake Lucerne to Stans, then travelling by railway and cable car up into the mountains for exhilarating mountain views. (B)
5 Lucerne Region – Liechtenstein – Innsbruck (1 Night)
Big things come in small packages as you'll come to discover when you visit the Principality of Liechtenstein. You can almost imagine the resident Prince surveying his kingdom when you visit its tiny capital, Vaduz. Earn your bragging rights by visiting one of the world's smallest countries before continuing to Innsbruck, the capital of the Tyrol. Here you'll admire the Hofburg Palace and Golden Roof, gilded in the 16th century by Emperor Maximilian to mark his wedding. Admire the fascinating crystal installations and browse for precious gifts and souvenirs at the Swarovski Crystal Worlds Store. (B/D) Stay: Bon Alpina
6 Innsbruck – Verona – Venice (2 Nights)
From Roman ruins to Romeo and Juliet, Verona certainly is the stuff of legends. Stop today in the city that served as a backdrop for Shakespeare's famous love story. View the very balcony where the fictional Juliet once called for her Romeo and admire the Roman Arena where gripping performances are held to this day. Continue to Venice, once a maritime powerhouse and republic whose influences can be seen across the Eastern Mediterranean. You'll arrive just in time for an optional Gondola and Grand Canal cruise - grand palazzi, churches and ornate bridges lining your journey. Tonight enjoy dinner at your hotel. (B/D) Stay: Burchiello
7 Venice Orientation and Free Time
The talents of the master craftsmen on Giudecca Island are the star of the show this morning. Visit a glassblowing workshop to see them craft the most exquisite works of art. Take to the waters of the canal next and cruise by private launch to St. Mark's Square, the gateway to the city. Admire the ornate Doge's Palace, the Basilica of St. Mark and the Bridge of Sighs, whose bittersweet views once elicited sighs from prisoners who were unlikely to see their beloved city ever again. There's time on your own for a final exploration of the city or to join an Optional Experience to the vibrant rainbow-coloured façades of Burano Island. (B)
8 Venice – Rome (2 Nights)
Italy's capital city lies ahead and with it the promise of a journey into an ancient world, a holy empire and remnants of the Renaissance around every turn. Cross the Veneto plains and Apennine hills, admiring the Tuscan countryside as you travel south to Rome. You'll have some time later to explore the city on your own or join the group for an Optional Experience to see some of the city's sights, followed by a dinner of Italian specialties. (B) Stay: Ergife Palace
9 Rome Sightseeing and Free Time
With so much to see and do, you could explore Rome for an eternity without getting bored. Get to grips with the city's main attractions, joining a Local Specialist at Vatican City, the world's smallest city. Stand in St. Peter's Square, sharing your space with devoted pilgrims. Visit St. Peter's Basilica and view Michelangelo's greatest work, the sorrowful Pietà. Then, maybe enjoy an Optional Experience to Michelangelo's famous Sistine Chapel and the Vatican Museums. Cross the Tiber to view the mighty Colosseum and the countless other ancient sites which featured prominently in the days of the powerful Roman Empire. (B)
10 Rome – Bay of Naples (1 Night)
The Bay of Naples beckons and you'll head south past the Abbey of Monte Cassino, the site of fierce battles during World War II, to Sorrento. Arrive just in time to perhaps spend the afternoon taking an optional drive along the picture-perfect Amalfi Coast, with a visit to the artist hub of Positano and its pastel-hued houses that seem to tumble into the Tyrrhenian Sea. (B/D) Stay: La Panoramica
11 Bay of Naples – Florence (2 Nights)
Don't miss the opportunity to join an Optional Experience to see the excavations of Pompeii in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius. Buried under ash when Vesuvius blew her top, Pompeii remains frozen in time and your Local Specialist will reveal what life was like as one of its former residents. Continue to Florence and check into your hotel for an evening at leisure. (B/D) Stay: Starhotels Vespucci
12 Florence Sightseeing and Free Time
No expense was spared to exalt the glory of Florence through art and architecture and you'll see first-hand how this city paved its way to a modern age. Join a Local Specialist this morning for an enthralling account of the city's history during a walking tour of its historic centre, including views of Ponte Vecchio, the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, Giotto's Bell Tower and the Baptistery. Visit Piazza della Signoria, the city's main square where many of the political and artistic treasures of the city can be seen. Admire panoramic views of the city from Piazzale Michelangelo then learn about the quality and workmanship of two of this city's historic industries at demonstrations of Florentine leathercraft and 18-carat gold. For a taste of Tuscany, consider joining an Optional Experience in the Tuscan hills with regional favourites, live music and a glass or two of crisp Chianti. (B)
13 Florence – Pisa – Monaco – French Riviera (2 Nights)
Don't resist peer pressure and snap a few strategic photos featuring you and the extraordinary Leaning Tower of Pisa. Admire the Pisan Romanesque Square of Miracles in all its striped marble glory. Its structures are said to symbolise the three main stages of human life - the Baptistery (birth), the Cathedral (life) and the Camposanto (death). Your journey west stretches out to the shimmering Mediterranean coast, where the Principality of Monaco awaits. Keep your cameras at the ready in this home of the rich and famous and attempt to capture the sophistication that seems to ooze from every corner. Next stop, the glamorous French Riviera. (B) Stay: Amarante Cannes
14 French Riviera Free Time
There's no shame in spending the day sprawled out on a sun lounger with a cocktail, but if you can pull yourself away from the pool, you'll want to join your fellow travellers for an optional exploration of Saint-Paul-de-Vence and Nice. Life is rather idyllic in this enchanting walled hill-town and, like some of its famous residents, you'll want to linger here a little longer, but the sun-kissed promenades of Nice beckon so join your Local Specialist and explore its Old Town and colourful Provençal markets instead. You never know who you might spot seated in those sleek Ferraris and private yachts that dot the French Riviera. (B)
15 French Riviera – Avignon – Lyon (1 Night)
A brief brush with the Papacy in the 14th century has gifted Avignon with some of the world's most incredible religious architectural legacies. The heart of Provence may no longer hold the importance that the Vatican does today, but views of its Palace of the Popes and St. Bénezet Bridge are no less inspiring. Later today you'll arrive in Lyon. Get your bearings during your orientation tour. (B/D) Stay: Campanile Berges du Rhone
16 Lyon – Versailles – Paris (2 Nights)
Head north to the opulence of Versailles - its splendour and beauty created to reflect the self-proclaimed majesty of King Louis XIV, the Sun King. An Optional Experience could see you visit the exquisite sprawling gardens, the Hall of Mirrors with its impressive chandeliers and glinting mirrors. Carry on to Paris where you could join an Optional Experience, including a scenic drive stopping at all the best photo spots. (B) Stay: Novotel Pont de Sevres
17 Paris Sightseeing and Free Time
The Parisians know a thing or two about beauty, elegance and a life well lived which your full day in Paris will deliver in abundance. Hit its grand boulevards on a city sightseeing tour with your Travel Director. See the Arc de Triomphe and Champs Élysées then spend the rest of the day discovering the city on your terms. Don't resist the urge to tread in the footsteps of Picasso and Dali during an optional visit to Montmartre this afternoon, exploring its maze of streets and Artist's Square. There's time to shop for artwork and savour some local specialties before a real highlight this evening - an optional dinner and cabaret performance. (B)
18 Paris – London
Your journey continues to Calais where you'll board a ferry across the English Channel to Dover. Drive north to London, closing the curtain on an incredible journey across Europe's most beautiful landscapes and iconic cities. (B)

Costsaver Inclusions

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Journey Highlights
  • Amsterdam - See the historic city centre
  • Avignon - View the Palace of the Popes and St. Bénezet Bridge
  • Colmar - Visit the magnificent medieval town
  • Cologne - View the Gothic Cathedral
  • Dover - See the White Cliffs
  • Florence - See Piazza Santa Croce on your included morning sightseeing tour with your Local Specialist. Panoramic view from Piazzale Michelangelo
  • Innsbruck - View the Golden Roof and the Hofburg Palace
  • Liechtenstein - Visit the capital, Vaduz
  • Lucerne - Visit the Lion Monument and view the medieval Old Town
  • Lyon - Orientation of this UNESCO World Heritage City
  • Monaco - Visit the Principality
  • Paris - View the Champs Élysées, Arc de Triomphe and Eiffel Tower on your morning sightseeing
  • Pisa - View the Leaning Tower
  • Rhine Valley - Cruise the romantic Rhine
  • Rome - Visit St. Peter's Basilica on your morning sightseeing with a Local Specialist. View the Colosseum and see the ancient sites
  • Venice - Cruise by private boat to St. Mark's Square. Visit a glassblowing workshop on Giudecca Island
  • Verona - View Juliet's balcony
Trip Inclusions
  • Audio Headsets provided throughout your holiday to enhance your included sightseeing experiences
  • Luxury air-conditioned coach
  • The services of a Local Host if you stay at CostSaver's recommended London hotel
  • Return ferry from Dover to Calais
  • Cherry-picked hotels, all tried and trusted
  • Variety of Optional Experiences (Additional Cost)
  • City orientation tours
  • An expert Travel Director and professional Driver
  • All hotel service charges and tips, baggage handling fees and local taxes
  • London airport transfers are available to purchase, conditions apply
Included Meals
  • 17 Breakfasts
  • 7 Three-course dinners
Trip Notes
  • Itinerary and inclusions are subject to change
  • Price is for land, cruise and internal flights as specified. Flights not specified are not included
Journey Highlights
  • Amsterdam See the historic city centre
  • Avignon View the Palace of the Popes and St. Bénezet Bridge
  • Colmar Visit the magnificent medieval town
  • Cologne View the Gothic Cathedral
  • Dover See the White Cliffs
  • Florence See Piazza Santa Croce on your included morning sightseeing tour with your Local Specialist. Panoramic view from Piazzale Michelangelo
  • Innsbruck - View the Golden Roof and the Hofburg Palace
  • Liechtenstein - Visit the capital, Vaduz
  • Lucerne Visit the Lion Monument and view the medieval Old Town
  • Lyon Orientation of this UNESCO World Heritage City
  • Monaco Visit the Principality
  • Paris View the Champs Élysées, Arc de Triomphe and Eiffel Tower on your morning sightseeing
  • Pisa View the Leaning Tower
  • Rhine Valley Cruise the romantic Rhine
  • Rome Visit St. Peter's Basilica on your morning sightseeing with a Local Specialist. View the Colosseum and see the ancient sites
  • Venice Cruise by private boat to St. Mark's Square. Visit a glassblowing workshop on Giudecca Island
  • Verona View Juliet's balcony
Trip Inclusions
  • Audio Headsets provided throughout your holiday to enhance your included sightseeing experiences
  • Luxury air-conditioned coach
  • Ferry from Calais to Dover
  • Cherry-picked hotels, all tried and trusted
  • Variety of Optional Experiences (Additional Cost)
  • City orientation tours
  • An expert Travel Director and professional Driver
  • All hotel service charges and tips, baggage handling fees and local taxes
  • Airport transfer is provided on the first travel day. Conditions apply
Included Meals
  • 17 Breakfasts
  • 7 Three-course dinners
Trip Notes
  • Itinerary and inclusions are subject to change
  • Price is for land, cruise and internal flights as specified. Flights not specified are not included

Reviews (22)

18 Day European Cavalcade reviews from past clients of Global Journeys.

“Are you ready for your next adventure?”
- NSW, Australia Dec 2019 2 Helpful Votes

The title was our tour director's saying at every stop and it became our slogan and inspiration to look forward to what new things we could learn, see or experience. Although not my first trip to Europe, it was for my family and it was awesome to experience it all over again. The trip offered all the standard highlights you should see as a first or new traveler.
Most of the hotels were average at best, with a (very) few which was really not great. The ski lodge outside...read more

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“European Calvacade ”
- New Zealand Jul 2019 3 Helpful Votes

It was an amazing experience, the tour director Raymond was well organised and very knowledgeable. Our driver and the tour group was the best crowd to spend 18 days with.

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“A great taste of Europe!”
- NSW, Australia Aug 2018 14 Helpful Votes

My partner and I thoroughly enjoyed our tour with Bern as our travel director. We visited all the major famous sights Europe has to offer, and more! While the days were long and demanding at times, it was totally worth it when we arrived at landmarks before all the other tour buses! The tour is designed for you to do as little or as much as you’d like, so my tip is make the holiday yours and get creative while being driven all over Europe! P.S. don’t be afraid to stray from the group and catch...read more

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“Exciting adventure, well organised, stress free”
- QLD, Australia Apr 2017 5 Helpful Votes

Well, what a great adventure for us. From our initial booking with Yvonne to our wonderful Tour Director Bern and Driver Guiseppi, we did not have to worry about anything. The bus was comfortable, included meals were better than expected and with free time offered in so many wonderful places - it would be hard to beat. We were so lucky with beautiful weather and a great tour group made up of people from all over the world. We will definitely book again with Global Journeys and Trafalgar for our...read more

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“An excellent trip for those with 4 weeks annual leave”
- NSW, Australia Dec 2016 13 Helpful Votes View Photo

A truly had a wonderful trip. We were a full coach and got on well. Most of us coming from the southern hemisphere were experiencing of first white Christmas and were prepared for it to be a lot more colder than what we experienced and although we didn't get to see fresh snow falling we did get to see it. (Attached photo is the view from my room in Switzerland). Lucerne and Mount Riga were definitely the highlights and I did like Venence where we went to the glass factory and watched an amazing...read more

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Wednesday 19 Oct 2022 Saturday 05 Nov 2022 171per person 4,104per person Enquire
Wednesday 26 Oct 2022 Saturday 12 Nov 2022 171per person 4,104per person Enquire
Wednesday 28 Apr 2021 Saturday 15 May 2021 197solo traveller 4,738solo traveller Enquire
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Thursday 09 Dec 2021 Sunday 26 Dec 2021 192solo traveller 4,598solo traveller Enquire
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Wednesday 27 Apr 2022 Saturday 14 May 2022 212solo traveller 5,093solo traveller Enquire
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