Flavours Of Europe – 11N/12D


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About Europe

Europe is among the best places to study art and culture. Famous locations like Italy are renowned for having the highest density of art pieces per square meter in the entire globe, while locations like the Musee du Louvre have more than 35,000 works of art on exhibit!

Unify Holidays has created a travel package for you so that you do not miss out on any exciting experience.


Day 1: Arrival Rome & City Tour

Our agent will greet you when you get to Rome. He will drive you to the place you've reserved so you can freshen up and rest. You can enjoy the evening however you like. In your hotel, you can have a comfortable night. 

Day 2: Rome City Tour & Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel And St Peter’s Basilica In Small Groups

Proceed to a panoramic city tour of Rome after breakfast.


  • Termini Railway Station
  • Santa Maria Maggiore Basilica
  • Coliseum
  • Circus Maximus
  • The Vatican
  • Venice Square
  • Via Ludovisi, outside number 47
  • Barberini Square Trevi Fountain

**Entry costs are not included

Regarding this tour

Our pink buses will take you, comfortably seated, to the city's most important sights and cultural hubs throughout the day. Hop on and off as you like to reward yourself with unforgettable double-decker bus rides that offer stunning views of Rome.

All of Rome's must-see attractions are covered by the nine stations on our extensive hop-on hop-off Panoramic route (pink double-decker buses). The journey is taped, and there are separate earbuds available. On board these pink buses, there is an extremely informative audio guide that provides a plethora of fascinating information to enhance your experience and explains the unique history behind Rome's artistic splendor.

In the afternoon, there will be small-group tours of St. Peter's Basilica, the Sistine Chapel, and the Vatican Museums.


  • Visit the attractions of the Vatican Museums by following your guide.
  • Explore the Pinecone Courtyard's statues and artwork.
  • Explore the treasures in the Tapestry, Candelabra, and Map Gallery.
  • Experience the Raphael Rooms built for the popes.
  • Enjoy the Sistine Chapel's frescoes by Michelangelo.
  • Experience the wonders of St. Peter's Basilica while standing beneath the vaulted dome.

From the time you first meet your passionate English-speaking guide at our partner entry until you leave the building three hours later and enter St. Peter's Square, the Vatican tale will be on your mind. You can visit the Vatican Museums without waiting in line or being surrounded by people. Because they are informed about the Vatican, your guide will be pleased to answer your questions, and you can always hear them thanks to your special audio headsets.

There is a lot of space in the Vatican Museums. Without a guide, the overwhelming amount of works of art overwhelms many people. Your guide will lead you through the important areas. This will give you a complete grasp of the Vatican. Your memory will be left with the human story. Because of the battles between the powerful popes and the artists, you'll view the collection from a new perspective.

By the time you visit the Sistine Chapel, you will be so acclimated to the Renaissance that you will be able to recognize Michelangelo's style on your own. The guides respect the chapel's significance as a holy place and keep quiet there, but you will already be aware of any potential risks by that point. All you have to do is admire the creativity and beauty.

Your tour guide is free to speak in front of the St. Peter's Basilica's arced dome. You'll be able to see the numerous architectural, theological, and artistic marvels inside without having to wait in the long lines that circle St. Peter's Square. Even while treasures like Bernini's massive bronze altar and the dome are hard to miss, you should still look for Michelangelo's Pietà and the other basilica wonders.

When you leave the Vatican and reach St. Peter's Square, you will have learned facts that could fill countless volumes, learned about centuries of Vatican history, and seen Renaissance artworks after a three-hour guided tour of one of the most intriguing collections in the world.

Day 3: Rome To Pisa (Approx 1 Hrs 40 Mins) & Leaning Tower Of Pisa

Go to the Rome train station after breakfast to board the quick train to Pisa. Go to the hotel to check in when you arrive. In the afternoon, go to the Leaning Tower of Pisa.

The Leaning Tower of Pisa serves as the focal point of the piazza.

Despite being just around one-third as tall as the Washington Monument, it was a marvel of medieval engineering and possibly one of the continent's highest bell towers.

The 207 columns that make up the Tower of Pisa's eight levels are arranged in the shape of an enormous wedding cake that has been awkwardly toppled over by a sizable guest.

Construction of the Tower of Pisa commenced in August 1173 and continued for about 200 years as a result of the outbreak of various battles. The identity of the architect is currently unknown.

Leaning Tower of Pisa and Cathedral For the leaning Tower of Pisa, a circular bell tower with a height of 185 feet was planned. White marble was used to make it.

Day 4: Florence To Venice (Approx 2 Hrs 45 Mins) & Venice By Foot And Gondola Tour

Proceed to Florence station after breakfast to catch the high-speed train to Venice. When you arrive there, head to the hotel and check in.

Prepare for the Venice Island trip after the refreshments.


  • Showcase some truly unique locations, such as the Teatro la Fenice
  • Cruise through the city's quieter areas to get away from the crowds.
  • Embark on a boat trip to experience Venice's full splendour.

Discover some interesting places like the Teatro la Fenice, commonly known as the Pheonix and one of the most well-known opera houses in Italy, and the Scala de Bovolo, a spectacular spiral staircase covered in arches. Then wander down to the Rialto Bridge, a majestic marble building that has properly captured the attention of countless painters since it was completed in the 16th century. Although it was built much over budget, no one can deny the majestic magnificence of this bridge, which crosses the busy Grand Canal. Over the years, it has developed into one of the city's most recognizable icons. Because of its inverted v shape, rows of covered stores, and picturesque setting

Go out on the water to see Venice as it should be seen. By viewing the city's Fondaco residences, which comprise family homes above and warehouses below water level, you may see the city as its former business occupants would have by looking at it from the Grand Canal.

Then, as you travel through the lesser canals, learn about Venice's quieter side. You will be in awe as you go about Venice on this classic mode of transportation as you observe the buildings that seem to tower above you. An excellent tour that covers all the things you love about Venice and more.

Day 5: Venice To Lucerne (Approx 7 Hrs 50 Mins)

After breakfast, check out of the hotel and proceed to the train station to board the train to Lucerne. Upon arrival, check in at the hotel. The night is uncharged. Overnight stay in a hotel.

Day 6: Lucerne — Day At Leisure

Awe-inspiring views from the summit, stunning landscapes, lakes, and fairy-tale cities are some of the highlights of the optional journey to Mount Titlis. Visit the tallest mountain in Central Switzerland.

Snow and fun are available all year long on Mount Titlis, Central Switzerland's highest peak.

We'll then proceed to Engelberg, a picturesque mountain town at the foot of Mount Titlis. We'll take a number of cable cars to travel to the peak, which is more than 3,000 meters above sea level. From the revolving gondola lift, which provides an unrestricted 360-degree perspective, take in the stunning view of the glacier's enormous ice boulders and deep crevasses.

A high alpine vista can be found at Mount Titlis' peak. Enjoy breathtaking Alps views from the restaurants or the sun deck. To come up close to the crevasses, take a trip on the Ice Flyer or to the 350-meter-long, shimmering Ice Grotto.

Overnight stay in a hotel.

Day 7: Lucerne To Paris (Approx 5 Hrs 40 Mins)

After breakfast, check out of the accommodation and proceed to the train station to board a train to Paris. After you arrive, check into the hotel and then have the evening to yourself.

Day 8: Visit To Eiffel Tower, Seine River Cruise & City Tour

After breakfast, we check out of the hotel and head to the Eiffel Tower around 10:00 AM.

A two-hour long city tour in a double-decker bus will be the first thing you enjoy. During this 2-hour tour, you'll learn about Paris' 40 most important sights, including the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, the Champs-Élysées, Notre-Dame, les Invalides, and the Alexandre III bridge.

Your moment of magic is here!

Allow yourself to be awed by Paris' splendor as you read our historical and anecdotal remarks. a fun way to learn about the history, monuments, architecture, and neighborhoods of Paris You will have access to your very own audio guides in 9 different languages (French, English, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Portuguese, and German).

All of our buses include upper level heaters as well as a retractable translucent roof that may be opened during the winter or in the event of rain. You can still tour Paris regardless of the weather!

The real Eiffel Tower is where your quest can come to a conclusion.

Drinks are available at your leisure after that, so prepare to see the Eiffel Tower. To enter the second level of the Eiffel Tower, use your entry ticket. The bulk of our visitors still regard seeing the Eiffel Tower as a special experience. The Tower is one of the most visited paid tourist sites worldwide, with roughly 7 million visitors yearly. To ensure that both young and elderly can enjoy their visit to this symbol of Paris and France, it is therefore advisable to plan beforehand, especially if you are traveling from a distance.

After a delightful visit to the Eiffel Tower, get ready for a 1-hour Seine River Cruise. Greetings and welcome! Enjoy a special occasion... Paris may be explored from the Seine!

Any time of day or night, treat yourself to a one-hour Seine trip to see some of the city's most beautiful bridges, monuments, and historic sites from the water. An delightful cruise with an open ticket and no predetermined agenda that can be taken at any time of day.

The Seine River runs right through the heart of Paris. During this live-commented tour, you will learn about the riverbanks that give the city life as well as some of Paris' most famous attractions, like the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, and Notre Dame Cathedral, as they pass directly in front of your eyes.

You can enjoy the beautiful Eiffel Tower's sunset view. Every nightly routine is changed to accommodate a passage that is illuminated once an hour, depending on the season, when the Tower glitters. A stunning and distinctive experience, touring Paris by boat will always remain!

Once the excursions are over, get in the car and drive back to your lodging. Overnight stay in a hotel.

Day 9: Paris To Brussels (Approx 3 Hrs 30 Mins) And Brussels City Tour.

After breakfast, check out of the hotel and be transferred to the train station to board a train to Brussels. Go to the hotel and check in when you arrive.

**In Brussels, no transfers are offered if the lodging is less than one kilometer from the station. Additional fees may apply for longer distance transfers.

Take a bus tour of Brussels' main center once you check in.

Highlights: Tour the city at your leisure by using a hop-on, hop-off bus. From the top deck, you can see views in all directions. An audioguide with eight language options will inform you about the city.

Quickly explore the city with two incredible routes After experiencing everything that old Brussels has to offer, you'll be spoiled for choice when exploring this fascinating city. With audioguides available in eight different languages, you can be sure to learn everything there is to know about the locations in the Belgian city.

The "Atomium" and "Europe" cruises each take 75 minutes and conveniently leave from the central station, though you can board and disembark at any time. The song "Atomium" is named after the attraction of the same name, a weird mid-20th century structure created to commemorate the 1958 Brussels World's Fair and modeled after an atom. The journey also passes via Arenberg and Rogier and makes stops at the Royal Serres' ancient greenhouses and its massive National Basilica of the Sacred Heart, which boasts some of the most breathtaking vistas in the entire city. On Dansaert Street, in addition to the well-known Manneken Pis fountain and the Brussels Bourse stock exchange, you may find bars and cafes.

The 'Europe' trail begins its journey at the storied Place Royale Square and Sablon Hill, which are home to numerous magnificent Art Nouveau buildings. Visit Flagey Square, the venerable Cistercian Abbaye de la Cambre, and the verdant Parc Leopold, where locals congregate for barbecues and strolls through the old trees. The Royal Palace of Brussels and the enormous Cinquantenaire Park are also included. Simply unwind and enjoy Brussels' sights from the comfort of your coach.

Approximately 90 minutes.

Day 10: Brussels To Amsterdam & Canal Cruise

After breakfast, go to the station to board the train for Amsterdam. As soon as you arrive, transfer to your hotel. Upon arrival, check in at the hotel.

Prepare to enjoy this evening's beautiful Amsterdam canals.

Highlights: Take in the metropolitan scenery from a new perspective while taking a leisurely boat via beautiful canals. Use an audioguide to learn about the history of the canals.

No trip to the Netherlands would be complete without seeing the famous canals of Amsterdam. Your trip to this distinctive city, which has more than 100 kilometers of canals listed as part of the UNESCO World Heritage, will undoubtedly stick in your mind for a long time.

Allow the gorgeous architecture to enchant you as you sail through the captivating canals of the city. On this hour-long tour, you may experience stunning views of amazing gables, grand cathedrals, and unique bridges, including the well-known Magere Brug.

You may enhance your experience and learn more about the city's past by listening to an educational audio-guide that is offered in many different languages.

Inclusions: Tickets for a canal cruise

Day 11: Visit To Kukenhof Tulip Garden OR Tour Zaanse Schans From Amsterdam

After breakfast, get ready to explore the Kukenhof Tulip Garden, the most beautiful spring garden on earth. This typically opens in the middle of March and closes the first week of May.

The history of Keukenhof began in the fifteenth century. Countess Jacoba van Beieren (Jacqueline of Bavaria; 1401–1436) procured food for Teylingen Castle's kitchen from the Keukenduin. The estate's area rose to more than 200 hectares once Keukenhof Castle was built there in 1641.

Landscape designers Jan David Zocher and his son Louis Paul Zocher, who also built Amsterdam's Vondelpark, redesigned the castle grounds in 1857. This park, created in the English landscape design style, is still the cornerstone of Keukenhof.

A group of 20 eminent flower bulb growers and exporters came up with the idea to use the estate to display spring-flowering bulbs in 1949, which was the start of Keukenhof as a spring park. The park was a big success from the moment it opened to the public in 1950, receiving 236,000 visitors in just one year. The subject of the 72nd Keukenhof, which will take place in 2021, will be A World Of Colors. Over the past 71 years, Keukenhof has developed into a well-known tourist destination.

There will be an excursion from Amsterdam to Zaanse Schans if the Kukenhof Garden is closed.

Highlights of the Tour: Suitable for all ages Pick up at a meeting location - Receive all of your admissions.

A knowledgeable, experienced, and kind guide will take you on a tour of the village before giving you the chance to further explore it on your own.

Meet your guide and driver at our convenient meeting spot, which is located across from Central Station Amsterdam. You'll be taken to today's destination on a comfortable, air-conditioned single-deck bus in around 20 minutes.

At the windmill town Zaanse Schans, an outdoor museum, you can witness working windmills, wooden residences, farms, and stores from the 18th and 19th centuries. All of these buildings were relocated here beginning in 1961, revitalizing the Zaan region's most prosperous period.

The Zaan Region became an industrial hub on a scale never before seen during its golden age with 600 functioning windmills—wooden industries powered by the wind. These small businesses produced a wide range of goods using wind power, such as machine-sawn wood, ground spices, culinary and painting oils, flowers, cocoa powder, and many other items.

The windmill village of Zaanse Schans has many signs of the wealth of the 18th and 19th centuries. Along with windmills, barns, and other structures, you will see exquisite mansions that were initially built as the residences of affluent windmill owners and merchants. The exteriors of these houses are attractive and were painted in traditional colors like light blue, beige, and green.

When you initially arrive, your guide will give you an introduction of the community. You will visit the clog museum's adjacent wooden shoemaker's shop and eat Dutch farmer cheese at the cheese farm. Continue your independent investigation of the village as the next phase. Your guide will provide you with additional information about the region and what makes it unique, educate you about the history and culture of the area, and share insider tips on what to see and do before you depart to explore the Zaanse Schans on your own.

Inclusions: shared tour with a guide

Day 12: Departure From Amsterdam

Check out of the hotel after breakfast, then drive the short distance back to the airport.The meeting spot in the city center is where all tours will start and end. To get to the meeting place, attendees must make their own arrangements. If you need transportation to a meeting place, you can book these services with the necessary extra charges.