European Getaway – 7N/8D


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About Europe

Hop on the journey of Europe for an unforgettable experience. The deep history adds to the impressiveness of this place and takes you to a different realm. Plan your trip to Europe with Unify Holidays!


Day 1: Arrival At Zurich

Once you arrive in Zurich, hop in the car and head to the hotel. After arriving, check into the hotel and go about your business for the rest of the day. Stay the night in a hotel.

Day 2: Rhine Falls & Zurich City Tour

Prepare for a tour of Zurich's lovely city after breakfast and prepare to fall in love with the Rhine Falls scenery.


Visit Europe's largest waterfall and hear the thunder of nature: Niagara Falls

Explore Zurich's medieval Old Town and ride a cog-wheel railway uphill to the Zurichberg neighbourhood.

Discover the breathtaking landscape of northern Switzerland—a veritable heaven on earth. This area is widely known for its vast vineyards and is near the German border.

Cross the sleepy farming community of Marthalen to see the characteristic frame homes in the region. See the legendary Munot Fortress from the 16th century later at Schaffhausen. Arrive at the breathtaking Rhine Falls, which are Europe's greatest waterfalls, to complete the excursion. You'll be thrilled by this magnificent natural occurrence.

Continue on your journey to Zurich, a great city. Admire the National Museum's castle-like architecture, the Bahnhofstrasse's renowned shopping and commercial district, the Limmatquai's medieval Old Town with its breathtaking Lindenhof perspective, St. Peter's Cathedral's enormous clock face, and much more. It is not surprising that Zurich is one of the most alluring cities in Europe and has won the title of "City of Best Quality of Life" on numerous occasions.

Experience the thrilling ascent to the stunning Zurichberg neighborhood on the cog-wheel railway. Here you will find magnificent houses that evoke memories of bygone times. Albert Einstein's studies and lectures at the University and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology are two more draws.

The evening is free to browse neighbourhood markets. Hotel overnight stay.

Day 3: Zurich To Munich (Approx 5 Hrs)

After breakfast, depart the hotel and head to the train station to catch the train to Munich. Upon arrival, check into the hotel, then enjoy a free evening.

Day 4: Munich Guided City Tour And Visit To BMW Museum – Private Tour

Take a customized, informative, unhurried, and enjoyable city tour after breakfast to experience all that Munich has to offer. During the tour, you will discover everything there is to know about Munich and Bavaria. You will discover the reasons Munich is known as the "Capital of Beer," the reasons behind the Nazis calling it the "Capital of the Movement," and the factors that have led to its current status as a prosperous and livable city.

You may visit all the significant locations that are inaccessible on a walking trip when you take a narrated tour by car:

  • The Royal Square “Koenigsplatz”
  • Nymphenburg Palace, the Royal Family’s summer residence
  • 1972 Olympic Park
  • BMW World
  • Eisbach river surfers
  • Oktoberfest Grounds

The tour can be customized to your interests and can include a wide range of topics, such as beer, history, sports, the arts, the Third Reich, BMW, and much more. We can visit one of the following locations in addition to the highlights:

  • Nymphenburg Palace (guided tour inside the palace)
  • BMW Museum
  • The rotating restaurant at the top of the Olympic Tower
  • A typical Bavarian beer garden or beer hall
  • Naturally, your guide will also be available to provide you with advice on where to eat, what to see, and other useful information so you can make the most of your time in Munich.
  • Only the BMW Museum is included with the entry ticket.

Day 5: Munich To Salzburg (Approx 1 Hrs 30 Mins) & Guided Walking Tour

Check out of the hotel after breakfast and head to the train station to catch a train to Salzburg. check-in at the hotel upon arrival.

Proceed on a guided walking tour of Salzburg after refreshments.

The Mirabell Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and its beautifully landscaped grounds are breathtaking. Go past the magnificent Marionette Theatre, which has been presenting marionette renditions of Mozart's operas for a century, and the esteemed Mozarteum Music University.

On your route to Markart Square, stop by the Regional Theatre, the magnificent baroque Trinity Church, and Mozart's Wohnhaus, where Wolfgang Amadeus formerly resided. Admire the stunning panoramas of the city while traversing the Salzach River. See the historically significant St. Blasius Church, the quaint Getreidegasse shopping district, the aptly named Horse Pond from the Sound of Music, and the suitably lovely house that served as Mozart's birthplace.

Explore the upscale Riedenburg neighbourhood after passing through the Sigmund Gate. Continue to the Nonntal neighbourhood and the imposing Nonnberg Abbey, which has stood in the same spot for 1,300 years and still retains many of its original Romanesque features. The tour ends at Mozart Square, which is next to the Cathedral and the former archbishop's palace and has a statue in his memory. The best tour for quickly learning about the city is this one.

Stay the night prior in a hotel

Day 6: Salzburg To Vienna (Approx 2 Hrs 50 Mins)

After breakfast, head to the train station to catch the Vienna train by checking out of the hotel. After arriving, check into the hotel and spend the evening at leisure.

Day 7: City Tour With Schoenbrunn Palace

Take a panoramic bus tour to take in Vienna's stunning sights.

Take advantage of the Schoenbrunn Palace's skip-the-line entry itinerary to experience royal treatment.

  • Ringstrasse
  • State Opera House Vienna
  • Museums-Hofburg
  • City Hall of Vienna
  • Parliament of Austria
  • National Theatre
  • Schönbrunn Palace
  • Kunsthistorisches Museum

Explore the majestic Ringstrasse's finest sites and attractions.

See the astounding array of palaces, ministries, cathedrals, and opera houses that line each side of the majestic avenue by taking a panoramic bus tour through the storied Ringstrasse.

After admiring the majestic Vienna State Opera, which is home to the well-known Opera Ball, proceed to the imperial winter residence, Hofburg Palace, and be in awe of it. See amazing architectural masterpieces such as the brilliant Burgtheater, the Neo-Classical Austrian Parliament, the beautiful City Hall in the Gothic revival style, and the Museum of Art History.

The Ringstrasse is one of the few streets in the world that can compete with it, and Vienna is even commemorating the 150th birthday of the world's most picturesque boulevard in 2015.

The tour's high point is a visit to the 1,441-room Baroque Schoenbrunn Palace, which is located outside of the old town. The emperors would come here to hunt, fish, and enjoy themselves during the summer months. Avoid the crowds and head straight inside to take in the opulent state rooms and discover the opulent royal way of life. After taking some time to meander among the equally magnificent gardens, unwind with a Viennese coffee.

Day 8: Departure From Vienna

Check out of the hotel after breakfast and head to the airport to begin your journey home.

**All excursions must begin and conclude at the meeting place, which guests must get to on their own. If transfers are necessary, they can be reserved for an extra fee.