The Grand Tour of Europe


DAY 1-3: LONDON.On arrival you will be transferred toyour hotel.spend restof the three nights here.During this three days Visit the Tower of London and view the dazzling Crown Jewels. Next, see Tower Bridge before continuing to St. Paul’s Cathedral. Proceed to lively Covent Garden, London’s first planned square, where you may enjoy lunch at leisure on your own. See Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace and Trafalgar Square. Then, take a flight on the London Eye for spectacular panoramas of the city.Shop at Harrods.Accomodation 45 Park Lane
Day 4.Paris.You will transferred to Paris on a high speed Eurostar train.Spend three nights here.Accomodation La Reserve Paris Hotel And Spa
Day 5-Paris.Your Parisian adventure begins this morning when you will visit the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe and the Champs- Elysées, as well as heading to Ile de la Cité to visit the Notre-Dame Cathedral and Sainte- Chapelle, a pearl of Gothic architecture. This afternoon you'll enjoy a trip to the famous Louvre Museum. Originally the royal residence of the Kings of France, this sprawling palace contains one of the most important art collections in the Western world, including the Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo
DAY 6-Paris.You'll have some free time to relax and enjoy Paris at your own pace before meeting your guide at your hotel and driving to Versailles, the location of the palace constructed in the 17th century for Louis XIV, the 'Sun King'. Here you can enjoy a tour of the opulent State Apartments that culminates in the magnificent Gallery of Mirrors, or you may like to take a stroll in the formal ornamental gardens that are embellished with many fountains and see the Grand Canal that stretches into the distance across the park.
Day7-8.Geneva.After your stay in Paris, we follow the path of the Grand Tourist to the Alps. For this trip you have a choice - either a scenic direct train ride of approximately four and a half hours or a one hour flight will take you to Geneva, Switzerland.Arrive in Geneva, which sits on the shore of Lake Geneva in the shadow of the Alps. Enjoy a private tour of the city, including the highlights of the Old Town and interesting local museums.or take an excursion to Broc Chocolate Factory on the Chocolate train. Enroute visit Gruyeres (medieval city, castle, cheese factory) with sufficient time for lunch. Also visit the Cailler-Nestle Chocolate factory where you will be shown a film presentation, taken on a mini-tour and offered chocolate tasting.Accomodation Hotel President Wilson
Day 9-11.Rome.After your Alpine sejour, it's time to take another short flight, this time to Rome.Spend three nights here.Experience and explore the exciting streets and ancient ruins of Italy’s capital on a private full-day tour. View the massive Coliseum.Piazza Venezia and St. Peter’s Basilica, your next stop. A glorious example of High Renaissance and Baroque architecture, St. Peter’s Basilica is also the largest church in the world. Enter to examine Michelangelo’s dome and his exquisite Pieta, as well as Bernini's bronze baldachin that sits above the papal altar.Visit the stunning Sistine Chapel, Michelangelo's masterpiece.Accomodation 
Day12-14.Florence.Say arrivederci to Rome this morning as you are escorted on a scenic drive to Florence. Cradle of the Renaissance. Here we'll arrange an expert guide so you can follow in the footsteps of the Grand Tourist of old as you view the sculptures of Michelangelo, the frescos of Giotto, and Brunelleschi's miraculous dome which crowns the Duomo, or Cathedral, of this magnificent medieval city.Accomodation Belmond Villa San Michele
Day 15-17.Venice.A car will drive you to the hotel in Venice from florence.Spend three nights here.A unique maze of narrow streets and winding canals, this beautiful city is packed with things to see and do. Its charm lies in the fact that the only way of getting around this traffic-free city is by foot or boat. Wander through the streets of little shops and eateries, then jump on board a water bus or take a romantic Gondola ride along the meandering canals, taking in the views of the stunning city, its churches, palaces and bridges.Accomodation Belmond Hotel Cipriani
Day 18-Venice.You will be transferred to the airport for your flight home

VIP Experience

45 Park Lane london.45 Park Lane is sophisticated yet full of life, the hotel basks in an enviable location in London’s elegant Mayfair.With its landmark architecture, dynamic interiors and contemporary art collection, 45 Park Lane offers guests a relaxed and luxurious stay. The state-of-the-art hotel is just steps away from sister hotel The Dorchester. Popular with locals and seasoned jetsetters, this smart choice also provides an excellent basis for those looking to explore London.With contemporary boutique hotel interiors designed by New York-based designer Thierry Despont, each of the spacious guest rooms and suites enjoys captivating views of leafy Hyde Park. The Penthouse Suite is the ultimate experience with its Art Deco design and wrap-around balcony featuring panoramic London cityscape views.A striking central staircase leads to the first floor featuring BAR 45, famous for its delicious sliders and exotic cocktails. For fine dining visit CUT at 45 Park Lane, internationally-acclaimed chef Wolfgang Puck’s first restaurant in Europe, a modern American steak restaurant. Delectable dishes range from prime Wagyu beef to succulent lobster and creative salads. Relax at weekends with brunch and a Bloody Mary, custom-made to your liking, as you listen to live jazz.
La Reserve Paris Hotel And Spa Paris.A capital new address just off the Champs-Elysées, to experience the quintessence of 19th century Parisian elegance.Avenue Gabriel, a few steps from the Champs-Elysées, midway between the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré and Avenue Montaigne: La Réserve Paris – Hotel and Spa invites you to experience the quintessence of Parisian chic. This urban set in lush green surroundings is pervaded by a warm and elegant atmosphere, while the interior design has succeeded in preserving the heritage of a peerless, refined style. A confidential address par excellence, La Réserve Paris cultivates a club-style spirit that sets it apart.
"Hotel President Wilson.Geneva.Just steps from the most beautiful parks and the boutiques in the renowned Rue du Rhône, the hotel is one of the city’s most contemporary addresses. Ideally located facing the magnificent panorama of the Mont-Blanc, Geneva International Airport and the Palexpo exhibition center are only 8 km away. Hotel President Wilson has positioned itself as a renowned, international conference hotel in Geneva with unique service, 12 conference and banqueting rooms, as well as an expansive Ballroom that can accommodate up to 1000 guests.
In this exclusive luxury hotel in Geneva, guests enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi and their wishes will be fulfilled by the Luxury Collection Concierge before they have even expressed them."
Belmond Villa San Michele.Belmond Villa San Michele is nestled on a hilltop amid lush trees and terraced gardens, enjoying unparalleled vistas of Florence, stretched out before it in all its classic splendour.Dating from the 15th century, the Villa’s facade is attributed to Michelangelo. Step inside and you experience the ethereal beauty and solitude of a Renaissance monastery that is as much a part of Italy's culture as the country’s greatest cathedrals and galleries.Today, Belmond Villa San Michele is recognised as one of the country’s finest small boutique hotels. Stroll in the Italian gardens, bursting with lemon trees and fragrant roses, and savour superb Tuscan cuisine on the alfresco loggia as if in a private home.
Rocco Forte de Russie Rome.Writing to his mother from Rome’s Hotel de Russie, poet Jean Cocteau remarked that he could pick oranges from his balcony, describing the hotel as ""paradise on Earth."" This paradise was later turned into an office building before Sir Rocco Forte fashioned it into one of Rome’s most stylish luxury hotels. The 18th-century terraced gardens remain, but a contemporary-chic design has added polished updates. Fabled restaurant Le Jardin de Russie, where two-Michelin-star chef Fulvio Pierangelini creates Mediterranean dishes, is one of the most romantic places to dine in Rome. Guests can also enjoy afternoon tea or an evening cocktail, including the original De Russie Martini that is served with caviar - a nod to the hotel’s 19th-century clientele who would escape cold Russian winters for Rome’s warmer climate.
Belmond Hotel Cipriani.Venice: a glorious, theatrical experience that touches all the senses. And if Venice is a theatre, Belmond Hotel Cipriani is the Royal Box.Four minutes by private launch from San Marco, on the tip of Giudecca Island, this luxury hotel commands unrivalled views of the lagoon and Doge’s Palace. Steeped in Venetian style, it is known for interiors decorated in exquisite local artefacts, classic cuisine with an innovative twist and the most fabulous swimming pool in the city.

Package Details

During the 18th and 19th century, aristocratic young men used to undertake a journey to Italy via France and Switzerland to finish their cultural education. We have put together this suggested itinerary which follows these footsteps - in style!
  • 3 Nights in London
  • 3 Nights in Paris
  • 2 Nights in Geneva
  • 3 Nights in Rome
  • 3 Nights in Florence
  • 3 Nights in Venice
  • Airport&Internal Transfers included.
  • Daily Breakfast -.Jain/Vegetarian Options Available
  • Sight Seeing as per itineary
Best Time to Visit:
The best months for traveling in Italy are from April to June and mid-September to October—temperatures are usually comfortable, rural colors are richer, and the crowds aren’t too intense. From July through early September the country’s holiday spots teem with visitors.

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