Upon arrival in Vienna, take a transfer to your hotel.
Get ready to see one of the Vienna’s most visited attractions - Schönbrunn Palace. Used as a summer residence by the Hufburg, one of Austria’s richest families, from the 18th century until 1918, the palace has 1,441 rooms in total. With only 40 rooms to the public (which is enough for one afternoon). Along with lavishly decorated rooms within the palace to look at, the palace also has well kept gardens to relax in and also a striking fountain at the rear of the palace. No visit to the Austrian capital would be complete without paying the palace a visit.
In evening Schonbrunn concert starts at 2030 hrs. This very professionally performed classical concert takes place in the Orangerie of Schonbrunn Palace.
a hearty breakfast, start your day with Vienna city tour which will introduce
you to the most important sights of the Austrian capital. As you move around
the famous 'Ringstrasse', Vienna's main boulevard, we pass by the State Opera,
the Museums of Fine Art and Natural History, the Parliament building, the
Burgtheater (National Theatre), the City Hall and the University. Then drive
along the Danube Canal and pass by Hundertwasser's 'Kunsthaus' and the Prater
Park with its Giant Ferris Wheel. We return to the city centre, passing by
Belvedere Palace, where you will have the opportunity to end your tour, or
choose to continue to the State Opera House, where the tour ends. Spend the later
part of the day exploring on your own.
Stay overnight at the hotel.
visiting a city for a few days you should always manage to get out of the city
centre for one full day. For the whole day make your way to World Heritage
Listed Wachau Valley, a 36km stretch of the Danube Valley between Melk and
Krems an der Donau.
If you are full of energy, you can take advantage of the various outdoor activities which you can take part in. Hiking, cycling and water sports can all be done in and around the valley, and if you are not feeling energetic enough, the stunning scenery in the valley will leave you astounded.
Both the towns, Melk and Krems, are worth stopping in for a few hours before returning to the city that night. Melk’s biggest draw card is its stunning abbey called Stift Melk. Dating back over a thousand years ago, it is open to the public and guided tours lasting an hour can be done. The latter of the two towns is surrounded by vineyards and has an array of old cobbled streets to wind through and museums to visit.
in Switzerland and board your train to Lucerne. Be ready for the breathtaking
view while you travel to Lucerne - the city of lights and the gateway to
central Switzerland. Use the time to walk on the most famous and historic
Chapel Bridge of Lucerne and also visit the Lion Monument.
After breakfast, we board our train – 'the panoramic Golden Pass Line' to Interlaken. On arrival at Interlaken (east ) station please make your own way to your hotel. Interlaken, situated between the lakes of Thun and Brienz, is one of the oldest and most popular tourist resorts in Switzerland. Spend your time walking along the Hoheweg with watch and jewellery boutiques all around or just marvel at the surrounding beauty of this place.
arrival in Paris, take a transfer to the hotel. Today after continental
breakfast, transfer to the glamour capital of the world, Paris, known for
fashion, art museums, world famous romantic avenues, beautiful monuments and
exciting cabarets. We start panoramic city tour of this fashion capital of the
world with English Speaking Guide who will show you Louvre Museum (outside
visit) & Glass Pyramid, Notre Dame, Opera Garnier, Arc de Triomphe, Champ
Elysees, Alexander Bridge, Concords Square, Invalides and much more. Our city
tour ends at the sight of Eiffel Tower. The view of Paris from the Eiffel tower
is really marvelous & worth capturing in the camera. After coming down from
the Eiffel tower, we will take you to an Indian Restaurant for dinner followed
by transfer to hotel.
After breakfast transfer to airport