This 10 day-tour begins and ends in Berlin. During these 10 days you will have a chance to discover the top most beautiful places in Central and Western Europe. You will visit 12 cities in 5 countries.
- Go sightseeing in the German capital and see the famous Berlin Wall
- Enjoy the atmosphere and night life of Amsterdam
- Visit the capital city of Europe
- Take a walk in the most romantic city in the world
- Admire artworks in Louvre Museum
- Climb to the top of the Eiffel tower
- Explore Mont Saint Michel with its mysterious monastery
- See the biggest Cathedral in Germany
- Try traditional Czech beer in Prague
- Relax while enjoying the view of the Veltava River
Day 1 – Berlin – Airport pick-up
Departure from Berlin airport and transfer drop-off at the hotel. Accomodation and resting time followed by dinner and an overnight stay in the capital of Germany. Berlin is best known for its historical associations, multicultural character, the omnipresent idea of tolerance, lively nightlife, street art, numerous cafés, clubs, bars, museums, palaces, and other sites of historic interest. Berlin architecture is quite varied. Although badly damaged in the final years of World War 2nd and divided during the Cold War, Berlin has been spectacularly reconstructed itself, especially with the reunification drive after the fall of Berlin Wall in 1989.
Day 2 - Berlin – Bremen ( 400 km, 4 hours 30 mins)
After breakfast we will drive you to the City Center of Berlin. Our sightseeing tour will include the best highlights of German capital: Brandenburger Gate the symbol of Berlin and German division during the Cold War, which is now a national symbol of peace and unity: Reichstag – the building of German Parliament, Alexaderplatz – one of the city’s most frequently visited squares with it’s beautiful architecture and Humboldt University. In Berlin we will also see Berlin Wall – a division that physically and ideologically separated two parts of Berlin in the years between 1961 to 1989 and Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe - Opened in spring of 2005. This gigantic abstract artwork covering an entire block near the Brandenburg Gate, includes an underground museum with extensive and detailed information on the Holocaust and the people who died during that time. Visitors in the number of 3.5 million people only in the first year make it one of the most frequently visited memorials in entire Berlin. It is also one of the most impressive memorials in Berlin. After this sightseeing tour we will drive you to Bremen where you will receive dinner and an overnight stay in a hotel.
Day 3 - Bremen - Amsterdam (350 km, 3 hours 30 mins)
After breakfast we will see one of Germany’s most beautiful Town Halls, the Cathedral, Statue of Roland and Town Musicans in Bremen. Then we will continue our trip to the Netherlands capital city. Amsterdam is colloquially called Venice of the North due to its lovely canals which flow through the city as well as due to its impressive architecture and more than 1,500 bridges. Every traveller's taste can be satified here relaxing of the fact whether you prefer culture and history, serious partying or just the relaxing charm of this old European city. After arrival we will start our city tour which will start with a canal cruise. Later we will have dinner in the city center and we will also have leisure time followed by an overnight stay in Amsterdam.
Day 4 –Amsterdam - Antwerp - Brussels (200 km, 2:00 hours)
After breakfast we will vist Van Gogh Museum, and then we will drive you to Antwerp, the town which is famous for being the world's leading diamond city and more as 70% of all diamonds are traded here. After city tour and free time in the center we will continue our trip to Brussels considered as the European Union capital city. There you will be able to see the most important highlights: Atomium – a must-see icon of Belgium and the most important tourist attraction. It is a unique creation in the history of architecture and an emblematic vestige of the World Fair in Brussels. After half a century the Atomium continues to embody its futuristic ideas and its universalism. Later you will visit Grand Place (Grote Markt) together with its city tower and a range of beautiful 300-year-old buildings; Royal Palace (Koningsplein) which is a present home of Belgian royal family as their official residence. A visit to Saint-Michel Cathedral and Manneken Pis – Brussels’ famous statue of a child urinating into a pool will be followed by dinner and an overnight stay in Brussel.
Day 5 – Brussels – Paris ( 320 km, 3 hours 30 mins)
We will begin with breakfast and a transfer to Paris which has a well deserved reputation of being the most beautiful and romantic of all cities, filled with historic associations remains greatly influential in the realms of culture, art, fashion, food and design all over the world. Just after the arrival we will start our sightseeing tour in Paris and we will see the most famous highlights: one of the main symbols of France - Eiffel Tower, from second floor of this amazing structure we will be able to admire the city view; we will also take the Seine River cruise which will give us an opportunity to see the city from a different perspective. Later we will visit gothic Notre Dame Cathedral and we will see stunning Arc de Triumph. At the end of the tour we will have some time for shopping at Champs-Elysees which is widely regarded as one of the most recognizable avenues in the world. Afterwards we will return to the hotel, have dinner and an overnight stay in Paris.
Day 6 - Paris – Mont Saint Michel (360 km, 4 hours)
After breakfast we will visit the most important art museum in the world - Louvre with its amazing collection of paintings and sculptures from different ages. In 2018 it was the world's most visited art museum, receiving 10.2 million visitors. Louver it is a home of Mona Lisa, Venus of Milo, Liberty Leading the People and hundreds of thousands other arts. After the visit to the Museum we will move on to the coast of the North Sea to the picturesque monastery called Mont Saint Michel which dates back to the seventh century. We will have an overnight stay in a nearby Mont Saint Michel.
Day 7 – Mount Saint Michel – Cologne (850 km, 9 hours 30 minutes)
After breakfast we will walk through the city streets and we will visit the mysterious, wonderfully located an old Benedictine monastery. Afterwards we will have a long drive to Cologne in Germany followed by dinner and an overnight stay in a hotel.
Day 8 - Cologne – Dresden (650 km, 7 hours)
After breakfast we will discover some parts of Cologne: Deutz Bridge, Great St. Martin Church, Cologne Cathedral, Hohenzollern Bridge. After the city tour we will transfer to Dresden which will be followed by dinner and an overnight stay in Dresden.
Day 9 - Dresden – Prague (180 km, 2 hours)
After breakfast we will see few Dresden highlights such as Zwinger Palace - the most significant building of late Baroque period, Semper Opera House, Dresdner historical city center; City Cathedral and Neumarkt Square – probably one of the best-known squares in Dresden’s downtown. After the city tour we will departure to Prague – Czech Republic’s capital city. We will explore Prague’s charming alleys, medieval and gothic architecture, impressive monuments and colorful baroque houses. Our tour will start in Prague Old Town where we will see: Old town Square with its most characteristic astronomical clock, the final resting place of Bohemian Kings - Prague Castle which according to Guinness World Records is the biggest ancient castle in the world and rises in a dream-like manner above the city offering beautiful views of the architecture pieces below such as St. Nicholas Church, pure gothic style Tyn Church, Old Jewish Quarter called Josefov with its beautiful Synagogue and the Cemetery. Afterwards you will have a chance to admire Wenceslas Square and Charles Bridge which connects Old Town with Lesser Town. The bridge construction started in the fourteenth century and it is one of Prague's most beautiful structures. Charles Bridge is a vivid place of trade and entertainment where musicians and artists sell their paintings and jewelry. The events will be followed by dinner in the city center, an opportunity to explore Prague by night and an overnight stay in a hotel.
Day 10 – Prague - Berlin Airport ( 350 km, 4 hours 30 minutes)
This Day will start with breakfast at the hotel, check-out and an airport transfer according to flight schedule which will end of the tour.
- sightseeing according to the program
- Platinum class coach transport during all trip (bar, air conditioning, toilet, DVD, on board service)
- cold and hot drinks and snacks in the bus
- 9 nights (hotels */**/* stars),
- 9 breakfasts and 9 dinners – big variety of food, different types of meals ( non – vegetarian, vegetarian, halal, kosher ect.,)
- departure and airport pick ups
- insurance according to European standards
- professional tour guide system
- English speaking tour leader
- local guides service
- entrance fees
Traveling by Platinum Coach Transport
Unique interior, friendly service, maximum comfort on board and complete safety. Our coaches are equipped with high-tech solutions designed to make your travel more attractive. There are only 30 seats in a 15-meter long bus. The on-board kitchen is fully equipped with a coffee machine, professional coffee grinder, drink refrigerator, wine cooler, ice crusher, two ovens, a microwave-oven as well as a water-heater. Our exclusive new Scania coaches are driven by experienced, competent drivers, who drive perfectly and safely along the crowded city streets and throughout all the European countries.
Traveling By Royal Class Transportation
This fleet includes only new coaches supplied by SETRA, SCANIA, Van Hool and VDL. They offer 51, 54, 64 or 78 seats and are fitted with: air-conditioning, DVD, CD, WC, a mini-bar, a refrigerator, comfortable reclining and sliding seats with safety belts. We also offer a professional sound system, WI-FI at the customer’s request. The distance between the seats is at least 96 cm.