|16D 15N Eastern•Western Europe：CZECH-SLOVAKIA-HUNGARY-AUSTRIA-SWITZERLAND-GERMANY-THE NETHERLANDS-BELGIUM-FRANCE-LUXEMBOURG（ECGR227T8）
Tour Code: ECGR491T89
捷克 斯洛伐克 匈牙利 奧地利 瑞士
德國 荷蘭 比利時 法國 盧森堡
第1天【星期日】： 抵达法蘭克福 Arrival Frankfurt
第2天【星期一】： 法蘭克福 Frankfurt → 布拉格Prague
早上從德國法蘭克福起程前往捷克首府布拉格，預料下午時份過境進入捷克，黃昏安抵伏爾塔瓦河畔的東歐古都布拉格 - 有中世紀寶石之美譽。市內古老建築的尖塔圓頂在夕陽照耀下顯得金碧輝煌，因而又被稱為金色之城，全城散發著古雅的氣息。住宿：布拉格或鄰近城市
第3 天【星期二】： 布拉格 Prague → 布拉提斯瓦 Bratislava
早上起程前往參觀建於山丘上充滿中世紀風格的嘉斯登古堡 - 昔日的皇宮花園，現今已變為總統官邸及政府大樓。附近的聖維特斯大教堂建於十世紀初，經歷了許多歲月，見證布拉格的興衰；繼而遊覽昔日金匠匯聚，專製黃金飾物而聞名的「黃金小徑」，再途經查理士大橋跨過伏爾塔瓦河，到達舊市中心，市政廳鐘樓上有數百年歷史的天文古鐘和十二使徒肖像，準確顯示天文子曆，市政廳前的廣場是歷史集會、起義的地點，市內狹窄街道縱橫交錯，每個角落都洋溢著古典清雅氣色；下午離開布拉格，前往斯洛伐克共和國的首都布拉提斯瓦，斯洛伐克與捷克原本是一個國家，一九九二年和平分離，首都布拉提斯瓦保持完整的古蹟風貌，抵步後途經聖馬丁教堂、布拉提斯瓦城堡。住宿：布拉提斯瓦或鄰近城市
第4天【星期三】：布拉提斯瓦 Bratislava → 布達佩斯Budapest
第5天【星期四】：布達佩斯 Budapest → 維也納 Vienna
第6天【星期五】：維也納 Vienna → 薩爾斯堡 Salzburg → 慕尼黑 Munich
第7天【星期六】：慕尼黑 Munich → 鐵力士雪山 Mt Titlis → 琉森 Lucerne → 蘇黎世 Zurich
早上起程沿山區公路前往有世界花園之稱的瑞士，並往瑞士中部進發，展開遊覽大雪山的節目。旅遊車穿越崇山峻嶺前往英格堡山區，抵步後，轉乘旋轉登山纜車，登上海拔三千米高並全年積雪的「鐵力士峰」，坐四十五分鐘纜車到達大雪山頂，即往參觀冰洞，繼往賞雪台漫步，遊目四顧 ， 群峰環列，冰川奇景，盡入眼簾；團友可於山頂餐廳享用午餐。遊罷雪山轉赴風景如畫的琉森市，觀賞雕刻在峭壁上的著名獅子紀念碑，它是表揚瑞士民族精忠勇敢和信義精神。團友也可到滿佈精品的古雅小街逛遊，選購地道特產朱古力及紀念品，並往著名的鐘錶店選擇瑞士名錶。住宿︰蘇黎世或鄰近城市
第8天【星期日】： 蘇黎世 Zurich → 萊茵河瀑布 Rhine Falls → 滴的斯湖 Titisee →法蘭克福 Frankfurt
早上起程前往瑞士第一大城市金融中心蘇黎世，於蘇黎世湖畔拍照留念；隨後前往莎夫豪森市觀賞氣勢浩瀚、猶如萬馬奔騰的萊茵河瀑布。此瀑布是西歐最大的瀑布，急流洶湧而下甚為壯觀，氣勢動人心魄。遊罷經瑞士山路進入德國黑森林地區，因樹木非常茂盛而形成一片墨綠森林，樹幹高聳入天。稍後抵達黑森林地區著名的山中湖 - 滴的斯湖。這個位於山區中的湖泊環境優美，是著名的渡假聖地，更是咕咕鐘的生產地，隨處有售這種有趣的時鐘，團友如有興趣可安排專人介紹咕咕鐘的製造過程。其後於湖邊餐廳享受一頓豐富的豬手午餐或品嚐一塊正宗的黑森林蛋糕，實在不枉此行。遊罷驅車返回法蘭克福。
第9天【星期一】：法蘭克福 Frankfurt → 波恩Bonn → 科隆Cologne → 阿姆斯特丹 Amsterdam
第10天【星期二】： 阿姆斯特丹Amsterdam → 風車村 Zaanse Schans → 阿姆斯特丹 Amsterdam
第11天【星期三】：阿姆斯特丹 Amsterdam → 布魯塞爾 Brussels → 巴黎 Paris
第12天【星期四】：巴黎 Paris → 凡爾賽 Versailles → 巴黎 Paris
第14天【星期六】：巴黎 Paris → 漢斯 Reims → 盧森堡 Luxembourg
第15天【星期日】： 盧森堡Luxembourg → 特里爾 Trier → 哥本倫茨Koblenz → 呂德斯海姆Rudesheim am Rhein → 法蘭克福 Frankfurt
早上起程前往德國小鎮特里爾，這是全德國最古老的城市，其歷史於公元一世紀展開，曾經是西羅馬帝國的首都，君士坦丁大帝在位執政期間，特里爾踏入黃金年代，當時有第二羅馬之稱； 特里爾又是共產主義偉人馬克思的出生地，市內的馬克思故居及黑城門堡是必遊之處。遊罷前往被稱為「德意志之角」的哥本倫茨，這裏是歐洲兩大河流萊茵河與摩澤河的交匯點，是著名的風景區； 旅遊車沿著萊茵河畔前進，兩岸風光盡入眼簾 (夏季可安排萊茵河船河)，途中經過熱鬧小鎮呂德斯海姆稍作停留；下午抵達德國最大金融城市法蘭克福，遊覽參觀市中心的羅馬貝格廣場及象徵自由民主的聖保羅教堂，繁華熱鬧的商業街。
第16天【星期一】：法兰克福法兰克福 - 返回
Day 1 Sunday: Arrival Frankfurt
Upon arrival at the Frankfurt airport, meet and greet transfer to your check-in hotel, free at your own leisure.
Day 2 Monday: Frankfurt – Prague (Breakfast)
After boarding the luxury coach in Frankfurt, sit back and enjoy a scenic ride through some classic German countryside en route to the Czech Republic. Prague, one of Europe’s most ornate cities, is your first destination. You will arrive in the evening, ready to discover this charming capital city with its fairytale architecture, the following morning. Hotel: 3* in Prague or city nearby
Day 3 Tuesday: Prague – Bratislava (Breakfast)
Your Prague adventure begins with a spectacular walk along the Royal Route, following the traditional coronation path of the kings and queens of old Bohemia. You’ll start from the top of Castle Hill in the Hradcany district, famous for its views over the red-roofed old city, and then tour Prague Castle. The castle has been the historic seat of Bohemia royalty since the 9th century, as well as home to the nation’s presidents in recent times. Your exploration then heads off around the imposing gothic St. Vitus Cathedral, the Old Royal Palace, St. George’s Basilica and along Golden Lane, an ancient thoroughfare lined with some wonderful traditional buildings.
Later you will stroll across the iconic Charles Bridge, which arches gracefully over the Vltava, and on through the winding alleys to the Old Town Square, where you can see the City Hall and one of Prague’s most well-known sights, the Astronomical Clock.
After lunch in the square, you’ll make the scenic transfer from Prague to the Slovakian capital, Bratislava – home to another glorious Old Town. Here you’ll pass through the heart of the city by coach, with views of the magnificent Bratislava Castle and St. Martin´s Cathedral. Hotel: 3* in Bratislava or city nearby
Day 4 Wednesday: Bratislava – Budapest (Breakfast)
Wednesday sees you arrive in Hungary, the fourth country of the tour. Its capital, Budapest, is known as the Pearl of the Danube, and is essentially two different cities joined together: Buda on the west of the river, Pest on the east, each with its own distinct characteristics.
One of the best ways of seeing this unique location is by taking a river cruise, which many people choose to do. After a morning of activity, you’ll relax over lunch at Buda Palace, and then have a chance to look at the exhibitions in the Budapest History Museum and Hungarian National Gallery, or do a spot of souvenir shopping.
Next you’ll explore both sides of the city on a cultural and historic tour. Highlights on the Buda side of the Danube include the towered terrace of Fisherman’s Bastion, the medieval Matthias Church and a walk up to the summit of Gellért Hill for panoramic views. While over in Pest the sights include the expansive Heroes’ Square and Hungary’s dramatic riverside Parliament Building. In the evening, you can choose to round off an eventful day with an optional dinner in the heart of Budapest, where you can sample traditional dishes such as goose liver, goulash, duck leg and local wine, accompanied by Hungarian folkdance and music.
Hotel: 3* in Budapest or city nearby
Day5 Thursday: Budapest – Vienna (Breakfast)
Today starts with a short journey to another of Europe’s grand capitals, Vienna, where you’ll get to explore the Austrian city’s resplendent palaces, striking churches and prestigious art museums.
Your Vienna adventure begins at one of the city’s most popular attractions, Schönbrunn Palace, the Rococo-style summer residence of the Habsburg dynasty, rulers of Europe and the Church for many decades. After lunch in this refined setting, you will take a driving tour past many grand, famous buildings, including the City Hall, the Austrian Parliament, Hofburg Palace and Heroes’ Square.
You’ll drive past the statue of one of Austria’s most famous sons, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and also have some shopping time, before adding the Wiener Staatsoper (opera house) to your checklist of key Vienna buildings. Later, opt for dinner in the heart of the city or visit St. Stephen’s Cathedral, before taking a stroll in Stadtpark, which is known for its range of sculptures, including the famous gilded bronze statue of Johann Strauss II.
In the evening, we recommend the option of attending a Viennese waltz concert, which will allow you the unforgettable experience of hearing the music of Mozart and Strauss in the place where it was composed. Hotel: 3* in Vienna or city nearby
Day6 Friday: Vienna – Salzburg – Munich (Breakfast)
From Vienna it’s on to another Austrian gem, Salzburg. The city’s beautiful historic centre, listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, is characterized by numerous baroque buildings, and is one of the most picturesque places in Europe. Salzburg is also famous for its musical heritage, being both the birthplace of Mozart, and also connected with hit musical The Sound of Music. You’ll get the chance to see from the outside the house where Mozart was born, explore the city further at your leisure and also have lunch in Salzburg, before heading across the German border to Munich in the afternoon. Hotel: 3* in Munich or city nearby
Day 7 Saturday: Munich – Mt Titlis – Lucerne – Zurich (Breakfast)
You’ll leave the big cities behind on Saturday morning and head for one of the world’s most famous mountain ranges – the Swiss Alps. The first destination is Engelberg the stunning Swiss resort. From here you can opt to board a cable car that takes you to the summit of the impressive Mount Titlis. To reach to the top of the permanently snow-covered Mt. Titlis is by a combination of gondolas over 3 stages.
You’ll ascend the last stage by the world’s first revolving gondola the Titlis Rotair, that delivers spectacular views of the valleys, glaciers, lakes and forests below, and 360˚ vistas of the surrounding mountains. At the summit the sun terrace is the perfect place to pause and appreciate the breathtaking panoramas. There’s a 150-metre ice cavern through the core of a glacier to explore at the top. Other highlights include walking across Europe’s highest suspension bridge for more phenomenal views from Mt. Titlis.
You’ll come down from the hills to the lakeside for your next stop. Lucerne is a picturesque city of bridges and towers located in what many people believe to be the “true” Switzerland – picture-postcard mountains, lakes, cowbells, Alpine villages and meadows full of edelweiss flowers. Here you will have time to wander through the charming streets, and see the famous Lion Monument, which Mark Twain once described as “the most mournful and moving piece of stone in the world”. This is a great place to get souvenirs like Swiss watches and fine chocolates, before travelling to the overnight stop of Zurich. Hotel: 3* in Zurich or city nearby
Day 8 Sunday: Zurich – Rhein Falls – Titisee – Frankfurt (Breakfast)
In Zurich, a city with a reputation as a leading global financial Centre. There is chance for a picture stop at the impressive Lake Zurich, before moving on to Rhine Falls, Europe’s biggest waterfall.
Next you’ll cross back into Germany and the Black Forest, the ancient fir-covered mountain range which is famous for its creepy folklore and mythical tales. Here you will see the beautiful lake Titisee, where you can stop at one of the many lakeside cafés to enjoy some of the region’s best Black Forest cherry gateaux. Cuckoo clocks are made in Titisee, making this the ideal place to pick up a few souvenirs from the local shops and you’ll also get to see a demonstration of how these magical mechanisms work. Finally, you’ll head back to Frankfurt Hotel: 3* in Frankfurt or city nearby
Day 9 Monday: Frankfurt – Bonn – Cologne – Amsterdam (Breakfast)
The morning begins with a leisurely drive north-west from Frankfurt to Bonn, the capital of the former West Germany until reunification. The national government is now run from Berlin, but Bonn retains a rich history that is well worth exploring. Discover the city’s secrets on an orientation stroll through its streets, walking past highlights such as the Rococo-fronted town hall and Ludwig Van Beethoven Haus, a museum celebrating the life of the much-loved composer.
Then it’s on to Cologne, where you’ll head inside the city’s glorious Gothic Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The rest of the afternoon is yours to explore Cologne further, to do a spot of local shopping or to simply relax with a suitably refreshing German brew. After lunch the day is rounded off with a drive into the Netherlands. Hotel: 3* in Amsterdam or city nearby
Day 10 Tuesday: Amsterdam – Zaanse Schans – Amsterdam (Breakfast)
A day of delights begins with a leisurely trip through the Dutch countryside, where you’ll get to sample at close quarters some of the things that the Netherlands is traditionally famous for: clogs, cheese and windmills. Call in at the hugely popular model town of Zaanse Schans. Next, you’ll head from the quiet countryside to the cosmopolitan city as your journey takes you back to Amsterdam.
After visiting a well-known diamond factory, where you’ll see the unique cutting techniques that have been practised here since the 16th century, you can take an optional hour-long pre-dinner canal cruise, which is a great way to discover more about this unique European city. After disembarking you’ll walk to one of the city’s grandest areas, Dam Square, where the Royal Palace is located and the Queen’s birthday celebrations take place. You’ll have photo opportunities here, free time for shopping or further sightseeing, and then round the day off with dinner.
From mid-March to mid-May the tour will also visit Keukenhof Garden, a 32-hectare seasonal exhibition of beautifully coloured and scented displays of spring flowers - most notably millions of tulips. For more information, please see: www.keukenhof.com
Hotel: 3* in Amsterdam or city nearby
Day 11 Wednesday: Amsterdam – Brussels – Paris (Breakfast)
After leaving Amsterdam in the morning you’ll head south across the border into Brussels, the Belgian capital and political centre of the European Union. On the way, the tour stops to see the distinctive Atomium monument, a cell-shaped structure of stainless steel spheres and tubes built for the 1958 World’s Fair. In the centre of Brussels itself an orientation tour will call in at the exquisite Grand Place, as well as seeing the famous impish Manneken Pis statue.
After some free time, during which you can try some mouth-watering Belgian delights. Then from Brussels it’s south again across the French border and on to the bright lights of Paris. Hotel: 3* in Paris or city nearby
Day 12 Thursday: Paris – Versailles – Paris (Breakfast)
Paris is your oyster over the next two days as you enjoy guided tours around one of the world’s most celebrated cities. Your Parisian adventures get off to a spectacular start with a drive along the famous Champs Élysées to the Place de la Concorde, which played such a key part in the French Revolution. You’ll also get to see the iconic Arc de Triomphe here too, the imposing monument that sits near the western end of the avenue and commemorates the fallen of the revolution and Napoleonic wars.
You’ll take in another significant historical building next as you head to L’Hôtel National des Invalides, where Napoleon’s tomb is located, followed by a photo stop at the most legendary of all Paris’s icons: the Eiffel Tower. You can then take a leisurely cruise along the river Seine, a great sightseeing option that offers splendid views of iconic Parisian landmarks, including Notre-Dame Cathedral and Pont Alexandre III.
Finally, you’ll travel on the coach out through the Parisian suburbs to the splendid Palace of Versailles, the vast regal château that was the residence of the royal family until the start of the revolution in 1789. Today the palace is another popular Parisian attraction. In the evening, you can enjoy one of our optional Paris evening shows. Hotel: 3* in Paris or city nearby
Day 13 Friday: Paris (Breakfast)
Your Parisian experience begins with a visit to the Louvre, one of the world’s greatest art museums. Here you’ll set your eyes upon some of history’s most famous masterpieces, including the Venus de Milo, Winged Victory of Samothrace (also called Nike of Samothrace), and Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa. Opt for a guided gallery tour, which will enhance your experience and allow you to browse through hundreds of works in just a few hours.
After an exhilarating morning of walking the gallery corridors, replenish your energy levels with lunch in the museum before heading to the area surrounding the Palais Garnier, Paris’s opera house. Here the rest of the afternoon is yours to choose to either shop at the legendary department stores Galeries Lafayette and Printemps, or make your own arrangements to visit and ascent to the top floor of the Eiffel Tower, for unbeatable views over the city, a truly magical and unforgettable experience.
Hotel: 3* in Paris or city nearby
Day 14 Saturday: Paris – Reims – Luxembourg (Breakfast)
Enjoy seeing the historic attractions of provincial capital Reims, including the city’s cathedral – a key national heritage site, where coronations of French kings took place from the 11th century onwards.
History and tradition are equally evident in your next location: Luxembourg, the world’s only remaining Grand Duchy. After arriving in refined Luxembourg City, you’ll be introduced on foot to the main places of interest, including the Place de Constitution and Pont Adolphe, before having time for further exploration on your own. Hotel: 3* in Luxembourg City or city nearby
Day 15 Sunday: Luxembourg – Trier – Koblenz –Rudesheim am Rhein –Frankfurt (Breakfast)
Today we leave Luxembourg behind and head across another European border into Germany. The first stop is historic Trier, Germany’s oldest city and the birthplace of Karl Marx. You’ll have the chance to see from the outside the house where the influential philosopher was born, which now functions as the Karl Marx Haus museum.
Your walking tour then takes you into the centre of Trier; here you can look around the city’s impressive cathedral, where the celebrated Holy Robe – said to be the tunic of Christ – is preserved and occasionally displayed. Trier is also known as ‘The Second Rome’ (Constantine served as an administrator here for 10 years), and significant legacies of the once-great empire remain today. The highlight is undoubtedly Porta Nigra, the best-preserved Roman city gate north of the Alps, which you’ll get to see and photograph.
After an exciting morning in Trier, you’ll drive on to Koblenz, famous as the location of the confluence of the Rhine and Mosel rivers. Here you have the option of indulging in a relaxing lunch alongside the water, then afterwards you can also choose to add on a scenic Rhine boat cruise for some memorable city vistas. Back on dry land you’ll drive through the wine-making town of Rüdesheim. Then it’s on to Frankfurt am Main, where you’ll discover the delights of Römerberg, a charming plaza with a distinctive medieval town hall as its centrepiece.
Day 16 Monday: Frankfurt Departure (Breakfast)
After breakfast, free and easy until time for transfer to airport for your flight back and goodbye!
Air Ticket and airport taxes
Entry visa if require
All entrance fees as per itinerary
Room service； Porterage fee；all expenses of personal nature
Tipping (Guide / Driver) EUR5/pax/day
Arrival in Paris from 05 Jun 2016 to 15 July 2016 top-up $50/person
Airport transfer after 22:00pm to before 07:00am need top-up $30/pax
司机和导游小费，每人每天 5 欧元
The above itinerary is for reference only, and is subject to any necessary changes in accordance to local requirement.
Final and correct accordance of itinerary will be based on English version itinerary. All hotel ratings are based on local terms
No refund for no show and any unused portion of the packages or during tour.