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 London, political and economic capital of the United Kingdom, is one of the most visited cities in the world due to its special and cosmopolitan character. Impossible to describe through a text, to know London it is necessary to visit it and live it, letting the special touch of the city and its people seduce us through its welcoming immensity.
Europe is a destination for demanding tourists, interested in knowing, learning, traveling and enjoying all
these places that this region offers, so full of history and cultural riches, places so millennial with
so much to say and of such peculiar and particular beauty that it will be impossible to forget.
This is not just a trip like any other tourist destination, but one that will allow you to cultivate and return completely renewed.
In conclusion a proposal to not stop taking advantage.


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Departure from the city of origin in flight to Europe.

Day 2: LONDON (H)

Arrival in London and transfer to the hotel. Free day to visit such emblematic places as Oxford Str., Knightsbridge Road, Hyde Park etc. If you wish, you can optionally make a pub tour including a drink in a typical London pub. Accommodation.

Day 3: LONDON (AD)

Breakfast. Panoramic visit: Houses of Parliament and Big-Ben, Westminster Abbey, Trafalgar Sq., Buckingham Palace, Royal Albert Hall, etc. (Eventually this visit could be done the day before). Free afternoon. If you wish you can take an optional excursion outside of London to discover one of the most famous places in the British tradition: Windsor Castle, the largest and oldest inhabited in the world, being one of the official residences the British monarchy for 900 years. We will know the interior where highlights the Chapel of St. George, early XVI century, built in Tudor style and the place where they have been buried 10 kings of England, including the famous Henry VIII and his third wife Jane Seymour; and the State Apartments, with works by great artists such as Canaletto, Rembrandt and Rubens among others. I return to London to finish knowing the city. Accommodation.

Day 4: LONDON (AD)

Breakfast. Day off. If you wish, you can optionally visit the British Museum, which highlights its architecture, from the impressive original neo-classical building to the architectural revolution that is its large central courtyard, which was covered in the year 2000 with a metal and glass structure , designed by the team of Norman Foster. The more than seven million objects from all the continents that the museum possesses are ordered according to their place of origin. The museum has such an extension, that to visit it without haste it would be necessary to dedicate many days, but from the hand of our local guide you will be able to take advantage of it to see the most important, emphasizing among its pieces the friezes of the Parthenon, the Rosette Stone, that allowed to decipher the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs and an excellent section of Egyptology, and then we will go to the Tower of London, which dates back to 1066, being the oldest monument in London and where is one of the greatest attractions to get to know this city: The Jewels of the crown. Accommodation.


Breakfast. Departure to Folkestone to, in the "Shuttle" *, make the crossing under the English Channel in 35 minutes and go to France. Arrival and free time for a first contact with the elegant French capital. At night optional tour of Illuminated Paris, where we can confirm why it is considered by many the most beautiful city in the world. Accommodation. * Eventually the crossing of the United Kingdom to the mainland can be done by ferry from Dover to Calais.


Breakfast. Panoramic visit: The Place de la Concorde, one of the most beautiful in the world, the Opera de Garnier, symbol of the France of Napoleon III, the Champs Elysees, the Arc de Triomphe, the Saint Germain district, the Boulevards, the Invalides, the Alexander III Bridge, the Luxembourg gardens, etc. Free afternoon or optional visit to the Louvre Museum, former royal residence and today one of the largest museums in the world, together with the Hermitage of St. Petersburg, the Metropolitan of New York or the Prado de Madrid, and where you will find a wonderful artistic collection, ranging from the masterpieces of antiquity, such as the Venus de Milo or the Victory of Samothrace to the revolutionary Pyramid of steel and glass made by the Chinese-American architect Ieo Ming Pei, which gives access to the museum and we will also know Napoleon's Apartments. At night, you will have the opportunity to see some of the most symbolic shows in Paris, optionally attending Le Lido cabaret or Paradis Latin. Accommodation.

Day 7: PARIS (AD)

Breakfast. Day off. Optional visit to the Palace of Versailles and its gardens, that although begun by Luis XIII, who wanted to create a palace without equal was Luis XIV, which embellished and extended the primitive building, ordering to build, among other rooms, the Gallery of Mirrors, undoubtedly the most impressive room, and that served for example for the signing of the Treaty of Versailles. The Chapel, the halls of Peace and War, and the rooms of the King and the Queen's Chamber stand out as well, as Marie Antoinette left her when she left the palace in 1789. It was a symbol of the monarchy French in its splendor and the model for royal residences throughout Europe. In the afternoon, on another optional visit, you will be able to meet with our local guide the famous Latin Quarter, the center of Parisian intellectual life and the scene of the May 1968 revolution, followed by a visit.




Breakfast. Departure through the Champagne-Ardennes region, in whose capital Reims, the kings of France were crowned. We will arrive to Germany and we will make a pleasant cruise on the Rhine, while we contemplate towns, vineyards and castles characteristic of the Rhineland region, where we are. Disembarkation and continuation to Frankfurt, financial capital of Germany, which for two centuries was the coronation place of the emperors of the Holy Roman Empire. Accommodation.




Breakfast. Departure to the Romantic Route, where we will visit one of its beautiful towns: Rothenburg - ob - der - Tauber. Free time to get to know one of the best preserved medieval artistic ensembles in Germany, surrounded by walls and inviting to stroll its steep streets with its half-timbered buildings reminiscent of its ancient splendor. Due to its medieval appearance, Rothenburg has appeared in several film productions and was the place that served as inspiration for the production of Walt Disney's Pinocchio animated film. Continue to Innsbruck. Optional assistance to a typical Tyrolean show. Dinner and accommodation.




Breakfast. Free morning that you can dedicate to get to know some of its many points of interest, visit the lively street dedicated to the Empress Maria Theresa, where you can enjoy its shops and the beautiful views of the mountains that surround the city, which have made Innsbruck an ideal place to practice skiing, which has allowed him to celebrate the Olympic Winter Games twice. If you wish you can make an optional panoramic visit: the Maria - Theressian Strasse, the Column of Santa Ana, the Tejadito de Oro, the Circular Painting. Continue to Padua. Free time to visit the Basilica of San Antonio, built between the thirteenth and the fourteenth centuries, a marvelous work of Italian Gothic art in whose interior, in addition to its excellent sculptural works, are the remains of the saint. Continue to the hotel. Dinner and accommodation in the Veneto Region.


Day 11: VENICE (AD)


Breakfast. Early in the morning we will take a cruise along the Venetian Lagoon where the most known islands of the archipelago, San Andrés, the Lido or Murano among others, to reach, sailing, to the heart of Venice, where we admire the dome of Santa María of Health, the majestic exterior of the Palace of the Doges and the Piazzetta, place of access to the Piazza San Marco. We will disembark and visit a factory of the famous Murano glass and rest of the day off. If you wish, there will be an optional excursion in which besides a romantic gondola ride through the Venetian canals, you will get to know the interior of the Basilica of San Marco and / or if you wish you can take a walk with our local guide through the called "the Hidden Venice", knowing the most picturesque corners of this city. Accommodation.




Breakfast. Departure to the mountain chain of the Apennines to reach Florence. Panoramic visit: the Duomo of Santa Maria del Fiore, with its wonderful dome made by Brunelleschi and which served as a model for Michelangelo to carry out the San Pedro in the Vatican, the bell tower, built by Giotto, the Baptistery with the famous Gates of the Paradise of Ghiberti, the Ponte Vecchio, the Signoria Square with the Palazzo Vecchio and its set statues and fountains of great artistic wealth etc. Free time to visit the famous Florentine markets or if you wish you can make an optional visit in which you can meet with the greatest comfort and explanations of a local expert guide on the subject two of the most important treasures of the city: the " David "and the Medicean Chapels, masterpieces by Michelangelo. Accommodation.




Breakfast. Departure to Assisi and free time to visit the Basilica of San Francisco. Continue to Rome. Panoramic tour of the highlights of the "Eternal City": The Piazza Venezia, the Capitol Hill, the Imperial Forums, the Colosseum (exterior), the Arch of Constantine, etc. Then, free time or if you wish you can make an optional visit of the Baroque Rome, where we will know the most emblematic fountains and squares of the city. Dinner and accommodation.



Breakfast. Free day to continue visiting the innumerable treasures of the capital of Italy. You can make an optional visit to the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel, a masterpiece of universal painting and the Basilica of San Pedro, where "La Pietà" is located. Free afternoon to continue touring the city, or if you wish you can take advantage of an interesting optional excursion in which you will get to know the interior of the Coliseum, the "Moisés" by Miguel Ángel and the Basilica of Santa María la Mayor. Accommodation.




Breakfast. Day off. Optional excursion in which we will go to the Campania region, visiting Pompeii and the magnificent archaeological remains of this Roman city stopped in time by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD. C; followed by a brief overview of Naples, capital of the region, and whose historic center has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Finally, we will visit the island of Capri, former refuge of emperors and meeting point of the high society, with Marina Grande, the cliffs, the grottos, etc. (Includes lunch in Capri). Accommodation.


Day 16: ROME - PISA - NICE (AD)


Breakfast and departure through the regions of Lazio and Tuscany towards Liguria with a stop in Pisa. Continue along the Italian Riviera with towns as beautiful as San Remo until you reach the French Riviera. Arrival in Nice. Free time to get to know the call the Pearl of the Costa Azul with the Paseo de los Ingleses, Plaza Massena, etc. Optional possibility to make an incomparable excursion to the Principality of Monaco to discover Monte Carlo, where we will have free time to visit its famous Casino or have a drink at the Café de Paris, we will also visit Monaco, where we can admire the Grimaldi family palace and splendid views over the bay. Return to Nice Accommodation.




Breakfast. Departure crossing the regions of Provence and the Languedoc. Continuation to Spain traveling first of all the Autonomous Community of Catalonia to Barcelona, ​​without doubt one of the most beautiful Spanish cities and one of the main ports of Europe. Dinner and accommodation.




Breakfast. Visit of the Ciudad Condal. In which we will visit some of its most renowned places such as Catalonia, its typical streets such as Las Ramblas, the port, the exterior of the Sagrada Familia, expiatory and unfinished work and one of the symbols of modernist art so represented in Barcelona , etc. Departure to Zaragoza, brief stop with free time to visit the Basilica of Our Lady of Pilar, patron saint of Hispanidad, where according to the legend the Virgin appeared to Santiago el Mayor and as a testimony of her visit she would leave a jasper column popularly known as "the pillar". Today it is the largest baroque temple in Spain. Highlighting inside the frescoes of Goya and Francisco Bayeu, among others; It also houses great works of art such as the Altarpiece of the High Altar by Damián Forment, the choir stalls of the 16th century, and the Santa Capilla, a work of 18th-century Spanish Baroque. Continuation to Madrid. Accommodation.


Day 19: MADRID (AD)


Breakfast. Panoramic visit of the most remarkable of the capital of the Kingdom of Spain, a city full of contrasts, in which with our local guide we will get to know the Plazas de la Cibeles, of Spain and of Neptune, the Puerta del Sol, the Gran Vía, Calle Mayor , outside of the Bullring of Sales, Alcalá Street, Paseo del Prado, Paseo de la Castellana, etc. Afternoon free to explore the many shopping areas of the city or take a break in some of the many terraces that dot the city, enjoying the street entertainment of Madrid and as a finale of this day at night you can optionally attend a tablao flamenco where we will know the musical roots of Spanish art. Accommodation.


Day 20: MADRID (AD)


Breakfast. Free day to visit any of its museums and if you wish you can make a complete optional visit to Toledo, whose cultural richness is marked by the exemplary coexistence that existed in this city between Christian, Hebrew and Muslim civilizations. We will take a bus tour around the perimeter of the city, from which we will have a splendid general view of its artistic heritage and walk through its most emblematic streets and squares, including the entrance to the interior of the Cathedral, considered one of the masterpieces of Spanish art. Accommodation.


Day 21: MADRID (AD)


Breakfast. Free time until the indicated time of transfer to the airport to take the flight to your destination city. End of our services.



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Included Services:
 Telephone Assistance Service 24 HOURS Spanish speaking companion guide.   Arrival and departure shuttles.   Eurotunel (Shuttle) section England-France   Cruise on the Rhine   Local guides in Spanish on the visits indicated in the itinerary   Daily breakfast, Buffet (in most hotels)   Lunches and dinners indicated in the itinerary  

Services NOT Included:
 Air return.
Other services not expressly specified as included.

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