Chalo Holiday Around the World with EbixCash
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Chalo Holiday Around the World with EbixCash
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United Kingdom • Netherlands • Belgium • France • Switzerland • Germany • Liechtenstein • Austria • Italy

₹ 235,000/-
Cities Visiting
United Kingdom
Lisse / Volendam, The Hague , Amsterdam

Geneva, Schaffhausen, Zurich, Lucerne

Titisee (Black Forest)
Wattens, Innsbruck
Venice, Pisa, Florence, Rome, The Vatican
Sightseeing Included
  • Visit Madame Tussauds Wax Museum
  • Guided Tour of Lord's Cricket Ground and Museum
  • Ride on London Eye
  • Cruise on the River Thames.
  • Leisure time at Oxford Street.
  • Guided City Tour of London
The Hague
  • Madurodam
Lisse OR Volendam
  • Keukenhof Gardens OR Visit Cheese Farm & Wooden Shoe Factory
  • Canal Cruise
  • Dam Square
  • Photo Stop at Atomium
  • Visit the Train World
  • Visit Grand Place
  • Guided City Tour
  • Eiffel Tower (3rd Level)
  • Montmartre by One-way Funicular
  • Enjoy Seine River Cruise
  • Disneyland Paris (on select departure dates) OR
  • Louvre Museum & Palace of Versailles (on select departure dates)
  • Orientation Tour of Geneva
Les Diablerets
  • Glacier 3000
  • Boat ride at Rhine Falls
  • Orientation Tour
  • Orientation Tour
  • Cuckoo Clock Demonstration at Drubba in Black Forest Region
  • Visit Vaduz
  • Visit Swarovski Crystal Museum
  • Orientation Tour
  • Visit St Mark's Square
  • Visit Murano Glass Showroom
  • Gondola Ride
  • Visit the Square of Miracles
  • Guided City Tour
  • Guided City Tour
  • Visit Trevi Fountain
Vatican City
  • Visit Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel
  • Visit St. Peter's Basilica
Optional Attractions:
  • Illumination Tour of Paris by night and the famous Lido Show
  • Visit the Jungfraujoch in Switzerland, the highest point in Europe
  • Visit the beautiful city of Interlaken in Switzerland
Day 1: A Beautiful Beginning • Arrive in London
We begin our tour of Europe with arrival in the city of London or what the Brits would say, Good old London!

After the customary immigration clearance at the airport, you are warmly received by EBIXCASH Travel and Holidays representative and transferred comfortably to the hotel.
It has been a long flight from India. Take some time off to relax and rejuvenate in the comforts of your hotel room.

After an early dinner it's time to go to bed. (D)
Day 2: In London • Visit Madame Tussauds Wax Museum • Guided Tour of Lord's Cricket Ground and Museum • Ride London Eye
• Cruise on the River Thames
Today is an action-packed day in the literal sense of things.

After breakfast we start our day with a visit to the now legendary Madame Tussauds Wax Museum. The museum houses over 300 life-like wax statues of our favourite celebrities including British royalty, such as her Majesty the Queen as well as Hollywood A-listers striking a pose with Bollywood superstars. After some incredible selfies with celebs at Tussauds, we head to an Indian restaurant for lunch.

We now proceed to the holiest of holy site for avid cricket lovers - the Lords Cricket Ground. Here we shall do a guided tour of the Lords cricket ground including the museum. Relive some of the fondest memories of India's 1983 World Cup triumph and witness from close quarters the balcony where India celebrated its victory in the NatWest tri-series final in 2002, each moment special and engraved in the minds of all.

We now proceed to the London Eye that gives you a splendid bird's-eye view of London's South Bank and various landmarks of the city including the Tower Bridge, the Tower of London, Buckingham Palace, etc.

A visit to London is incomplete without a cruise along the River Thames. Sights while on the cruise include the London Eye, OXO Tower, London Bridge, The Shard, Tower of London, Tower Bridge, and Greenwich.

After a memorable day we head back to our hotel after dinner. (B, L, D)
Day 3: Onto Netherlands • Guided City Tour of London • Leisure time at Oxford Street
• Overnight Cruise
Today after breakfast we check out of the hotel.

Proceed on a guided city tour of London. Witness some spectacular sights of great architectural icons such as the Trafalgar Square, the Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, the Westminster Abbey, the Buckingham Palace (witness the Changing of the Guards ceremony) the London Bridge and the Tower Bridge among others.

After the sightseeing and a quick lunch, we arrive at Oxford Street. A trip to London is never complete without some retail therapy at England's most in-vogue fashion boulevard. After our visit to Oxford street, we proceed to Harwich (pronounced as Harrich) where we board an overnight cruise to the Netherlands.

On board the cruise relax over good food and comfortable accommodation. (B, L, D)
Day 4: Onto Belgium • Visit Madurodam • Visit Keukenhof / Volendam & Cheese Farm & Clog Shoes Factory • Amsterdam Canal Cruise
• Leisure time at Dam Square
After breakfast on board, we check out of the cruise, clear immigration and proceed to Madurodam.

Madurodam Park aka Holland in miniature showcases miniature versions of several Dutch architectural landmarks, traditional Dutch houses, canals, parks, windmills, fields and a lot more. What brings this miniature park to life is the addition of human figures that not only give character to this miniature world but also depict the evolution of Dutch lifestyle over the years. Madurodam tops the list of attractions of all tourists visiting Netherlands.

After lunch, we proceed to Lisse to immerse ourselves into a world of all thing's tulip. The Keukenhof Garden is spread over 79 acres and is home to 800 varieties of Tulips and other spring flowers. Interspersed between the flower fields are canals, a windmill, artistic floral displays and flower shows amongst others. The gardens are open up-to only 10th of May each year#.

From Keukenhof we proceed to Amsterdam. At Amsterdam we enjoy a canal cruise watching on either side of the canal regal mansions, houseboats, bridges and more. After the cruise we head to one of the busiest town centre, namely the Dam Square or simply The Dam. From monuments and statues to souvenir shops and restaurants and scores of pigeons and buskers, The Dam is a true reflection of the city's character.

On the outskirts of Amsterdam, is a peaceful and scenic Cheese Farm and Clog Factory which we shall visit to learn about the art of traditional cheese-making and also about the famous Dutch clogs. # instead of Keukenhof

We now proceed to Volendam and spend some free time at a Dutch fishing village. The uniqueness of this place lies in the fact that we are able to witness sea water at a higher level than the land next to it, a phenomenon only heard thus far in most instances. # instead of Keukenhof

We now proceed to check into our hotel for the night after dinner. (B, L, D)
Day 5: Onto Paris • Photo Stop at Atomium
• Visit Grand Place - Brussels Belgium • Vist Train World
After breakfast we check out of the hotel and proceed to Paris enroute visiting Brussels for some must do sightseeing.

At Brussels we visit, The Atomium, the single most unique Belgian structure. Originally built in 1958 for the Brussels' World Fair, the structure was retained, thanks to its architectural brilliance. Essentially, The Atomium is a giant iron crystal magnified 165 billion times its actual size. Accordingly, the structure consists of 9 spheres and 22 pipes arranged to represent the atoms in an iron crystal.

We then move on to yet another attraction of the city, the Train World. "We are not just a train museum, we are a train opera," says the official website of the museum and frankly, it lives up-to what it says. The models displayed at the museum form a beautiful narrative, that journeys through the past into the present and then on to the future of trains.

Thereafter, we visit the popular Grand Place, Europe's most beautiful and buzzing square. This exquisite market square is the main tourist attraction of the city that has often left sightseers awestruck, thanks to the historic architectural marvels from the eras of Baroque, Gothic and Louis XIV that give the place an eclectic character. After a well-deserved lunch break, we proceed to Paris, Worlds fashion capital.

On arrival into Paris we proceed for dinner. After dinner check into the hotel. (B, L, D)

Day 6: Visit Eiffel Tower - 3rd level • Guided City Tour of Paris • Visit Montmartre by Oneway Funicular • Seine River Cruise
• Optional 'Paris by Night with Lido'
Paris is a place that need no introduction.

After breakfast today, we begin exploring Paris. Our first stop - the Eiffel Tower! Because no holiday in Paris is complete without a visit to this iconic landmark. The magnificent structure itself in all its gigantism is an utterly beautiful sight. Then there is the panoramic city view that you get while atop the tower which we shall be visiting right up to the 3rd level.

We proceed for lunch and thereafter a guided city tour of this French capital known for its architectural beauty and its cultural treasures. Our tour ends with a visit to Montmartre by a one-way funicular ride.

While the on-road tour certainly is a great way to explore the city, it's a whole different experience to absorb in the city's character while sailing on the Seine River. So, we take a cruise down the famous river that allows us to grab marvellous views of many Parisian highlights including the recently visited Eiffel Tower, the Alexander Bridge, the National Assembly, the Louvre Museum, the Musée d'Orsay, Notre Dame Cathedral, etc.

Alight from the cruise and proceed for dinner before heading to the hotel to wade off the day's exhaustion. (B, L, D)

OR after dinner we can continue to enjoy the optional Illumination Tour, a truly wonderful experience that makes it apparent why Paris is called the City of Lights and the optional Lido Show performed by the popular Parisian Cabaret.

Day 7: Visit Disneyland, Paris // Visit Louvre Museum and Palace of Versailles
Today we either visit Disneyland, Paris or the Louvre Museum and the Palace of Versailles based on select departures dates.

A trip to Paris cannot be complete without spending a day revelling the wonders of Disneyland. Divided into magical themed lands - Frontierland, Adventureland, Fantasyland and Discoveryland which are the four magical themed lands and the ever famous Main Street USA - the Park has a lot to keep just about anyone entertained from meet-and-greet with our favourite fantasy characters (Pooh, Mickey, Minnie, etc) to fantasy setups like Pirates of the Caribbean or the Mad Hatter's Tea Cups stomach-churning rides like the Space Mountain Mission 2 or Indiana Jones to subtler and more bearable rides such as 'It's A Small World' to that of parades and shows.

If cinema is more your cup of tea than rides and fantasy characters, you can opt for the Walt Disney Studio Park instead of the Euro Disney Park. The park takes us on a magical behind-the-scenes journey of several movies bringing to life cinema sets and characters. The shops, shows and other attractions, all inspired by Hollywood classics and Disney's most famous movies, are nothing short of a feast for any movie buff.

If you have opted for a departure that does not include Disneyland, you will head out for a more relaxed visit of the Palace of Versailles (now a museum) known to be one of the finest and plushest examples of Renaissance art in Paris. While the magnificent facade and the gigantic scale are proof enough of the grand lifestyle of the ancient French royals, the exotic decor and splendid artwork inside are further indicators of their refined aesthetic tastes. The Hall of Mirrors, the Grand Trianon, the Queen's Chamber, the Chapelle and the beautiful garden are some of the more popular areas of the palace. We then embark on another artistic journey to the past as we visit the Louvre Museum, the world's largest art museum with an extensive range of Greek and Roman sculptures, Egyptian antiques, painting and graphics by legendary artists and a lot more. While the impressive collection sure is the highlight of the museum, the majestic palace-turned-museum itself is a splendid piece of art. Admire the Monalisa painting, one of the greatest treasures in the Louvre Museum.

After a long day, have a relaxed dinner before you retire to your room for a good night's sleep. (B, PL, D)

Note: Your park ticket gives you the option of entering either Disneyland or Walt Disney Studios (1 Day 1 Park).

Day 8: Onto Switzerland • Orientation Tour of Geneva
Good bye Paris, Welcome Swiss. Soon after breakfast today, we begin our drive to the Swiss town of Geneva. The drive takes you through some of the most picturesque countryside scenery with green fields and mountains.

Scenic views run along the ride and keep us entertained while the regular comfort stops and the packed lunch make sure that we don't go hungry or tired.

On arrival in Geneva we proceed on our orientation tour. We wander through various popular attractions in town including the United Nations Headquarters, the Flower Clock, the Old Town, the Jet d'Eau (world's tallest fountain that sprouts up out of Lake Geneva) and the Red Cross Headquarters among others. After the tour we proceed to our hotel to check in for the night, have our dinner and call it a night. (B, PL, D)
Day 9: In Switzerland • Visit Glacier 3000
• Orientation Tour of Lucerne
Today we experience the typical Swiss snow as we proceed for the highest point of the Vaudois Alps, Glacier 3000 after breakfast.

Glacier 3000 has a lot to offer. Apart from the incredibly spectacular views of snow-laced peaks all around, there is also a wide variety of activities to keep you entertained. Enjoy the winter views during the cable-car ride to and from Les Diablerets. Have a real good time enjoying the thrills of the snow-bus ride and roller coaster at the glacier. Lunch today shall be served at the Glacier.

On the way back from Glacier 3000 enter the town of Lucerne and proceed on an orientation tour exploring the picturesque mountains, lakes, cowbells, alpine villages and meadows, the poignant Lion Monument, the covered Wooden Kapellbrücke (chapel bridge) and more.

After a long day of adventures, it time for dinner. Proceed to hotel and check in for some well-deserved good night's sleep. (B, L, D)
Day 10: In Switzerland • Boat Ride at Rhine Falls • Visit Titisee - Black Forest Region
• Cuckoo Clock Demonstration at Drubba
• Orientation Tour of Zurich
After breakfast proceed for a boat ride at Rhine Falls near the village of Neuhausen in Northern Switzerland though popularly associated with the city of Schaffhausen. The natural beauty is overwhelming and for sure worth your time.

After the boat ride embark on a journey to the town of Titisee through the Black Forest region of Germany. Nestled in the mountainous region of southwest Germany the Black Forest is Known for its dense, evergreen forests and picturesque villages. It's renowned for the Cuckoo Clocks produced in the region since the 1700s.

At Titisee, we visit Drubba for a Cuckoo Clock demonstration. Cuckoo clocks, wall and grandfather clocks all "made in Germany", an extensive jewellery and accessory selection from international designers. Immerse yourself in a world of brands.

From Titisee, proceed to Zurich. On arrival into Zurich, proceed on an orientation tour of this renowned Swiss town. Stroll down the Bahnhofstrasse through the city's fanciest shopping street, famous sights like Peterskirche (St. Peter's Church) situated in a medieval square, famous for its 16th Century clock, the largest clock face in Europe. Across the Limmat River, you will get a view of the Grossmunster - a beautiful Romanesque and Gothic Cathedral dedicated to Zurich's patron saints.

After the tour enjoy dinner and return to the hotel. (B, L, D)
Day 11: In Switzerland • Optional visit to Jungfraujoch and Orientation Tour of Interlaken
After breakfast today, the day is at leisure.

Alternately take an optional tour proceed to the Jungfraujoch and Interlaken.

Proceed to Grindelwald Grund to board the train for Jungfarujoch via the Kleine Scheidegg station. One of Switzerland's most popular attractions with Europe's highest train station: the Jungfraujoch is at 3454 metres above sea level. The observatory is located at 3571 metres. Walk on the great Aletsch Glacier (the longest ice stream in the Alps), a visit to the glistening Ice Palace, the Alpine experience and the Sphinx Observation Terrace.

Lunch shall be served at the Jungfraujoch.

On return from Jungfraujoch proceed on an orientation tour of Interlaken. Built on a narrow stretch of valley, between the emerald-coloured waters of Lake Thun and Lake Brienz and in the Alpine region, Interlaken has old timber houses and parkland on either side of the Aare River. Interlaken is simply all things Swiss and cuteness overloaded.

After the tour enjoy your dinner. Overnight at hotel. (B, L, D)

Note: Breakfast will be served to all at the hotel while lunch will only be served to those who've opted for the Jungfraujoch tour.
Day 12: Onto Innsbruck • Leisure time at Vaduz • Visit Swarovski Crystal Worlds • Orientation tour of Innsbruck
Today, after breakfast we proceed to Austria. Enroute visit Vaduz, the capital of Liechtenstein.

With a backdrop of mountains and the Rhine River, Vaduz is a tiny town that offers unparalleled visual treats. The car-free town with its blend of modern, Gothic and Baroque architectural structures and a crown-like castle on the peak overlooking the town, Vaduz is stunning in all its ways. Explore this beautiful town, have lunch and proceed to our next destination Wattens.

At Wattens visit Swarovski Crystal Worlds. There are exhibition spaces inside the Giant head, based on the concept of the historic chambers of art and curiosities patronised by aristocratic families in the 16th century. In the Chambers of Wonder internationally and nationally recognized artists, designers, and architects have interpreted crystal in their own ways. 17 show rooms were created, each of which has a different thematic focus.

After a truly bedazzling experience, proceed to Innsbruck the heart of the Austrian Alps. Pastel-hued houses lining the banks of the green-watered River Inn add to the city's aesthetic beauty. Wander past The Golden Roof or the Goldenes Dachl- an ornate Gothic balcony erected by Emperor Maximilian I in the 15th century, the Imperial Church and the Hofburg or the Imperial Palace.

After the tour proceed for Dinner. Check in and Overnight at hotel. (B, L, D)
Day 13: Onto Padova • Boat to St. Mark's Square - Venice • Gondola Ride • Visit Murano Glass Showroom • Leisure time at St Mark's Square – Venice
After breakfast, check out and proceed to the Ferry Terminal. Aboard a boat for
St. Mark's Square in the City of Canals, Venice. The appearance of Venice over 600 years is virtually unchanged, Venice is more a city out of a typical fairy-tale than a modern-day metropolis. Lunch shall be served on board the boat.

On arrival at Venice enjoy a Gandola ride along the Bridge of Sighs that connects the Doge's Palace at the square to its prison. After the Gandola experience visit the Murano Glass Showroom to get a glimpse of the glass-blowing process of this iconic ancient Venetian craft that ranges from sculptures to vases to bowls to jewellery. These beautiful pieces are so hard to resist. You can even buy a few collectables.

It's now time to explore the Square itself, dubbed as the 'finest drawing room in Europe' by Napoleon, courtesy of the forever carnival-like vibe it gave off. With it being the only public Square in the city, Napoleon's phrase is still an apt description for the Square. We visit the popular St. Mark's Basilica. Standing next to this Byzantine-style basilica is the Gothic-style Doge's Palace. Now a museum, the palace houses some of the finest examples of the iconic Murano glass and also of Venetian art.

On the return journey we proceed to an Indian restaurant for dinner before checking into our hotel in Padova. (B, L, D)
Day 14: Onto Arezzo • Visit Square of Miracles - Pisa • Guided City Tour of Florence
Check out and Immediately after breakfast proceed to one of the most iconic sights of Italy, the leaning tower of Pisa. While at Pisa, also visit the Square of Miracles with its exemplary Pisan-Romanesque architectural structures- the Baptistery, the Cathedral and the leaning Bell Tower.

From Pisa we drive through a picturesque stretch of olive groves and vineyards to Florence, with more artistic treasures per square meter than any other city in the world. Make a photo stop at the world's fourth-largest Cathedral and Florence's tallest building, the Duomo. The magnanimity of its scale juxtaposed with the beauty of its design gives this monument its overwhelming character. Standing beside this is the Florence Baptistery with its iconic 'Gate to Paradise'.

The day comes to an end as we drive across another scenic stretch to Arezzo where a dinner awaits us at our hotel and we finally call it a night. (B, L, D)
Day 15: Visit Trevi Fountain • Visit Vatican Museum with Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's Basilica - The Vatican • Guided City Tour of Rome
After breakfast today, we proceed to Rome, a city enriched with ancient glamour and mysterious legends. Break for lunch before you embark on your sightseeing of Rome.

Proceed now to the world's smallest nation within the city of Rome, the Vatican City. Home of the Pope and the Roman Catholic headquarters. Visit St. Peter's Basilica which happens to be one of the world's largest churches. Visit the Sistine chapel and the museum. The Vatican houses the world's largest museum complex with priceless treasures in the form of paintings, sculptures, tapestries and a variety of other depictions of Renaissance art. Next up is the Sistine Chapel famous for the Michelangelo ceiling. One look and you'll know that this artistic masterpiece is worth all the buzz.

After the Vatican visit, begin our guided tour of the city of Rome. Drive past the mighty triumphal Arch of Constantine or past the Circus Maxima (the biggest stadium in ancient Rome) or the drive through Piazza Venezia (busy hub of the city) one can't help but marvel over the sheer grandiose of Roman architecture. Further reminders of the same come our way as we pass by the Colosseum and the ruins of the Roman Forum. The tour with the city's most iconic pieces of art ends at the Trevi Fountain, which simply put is a dreamy and magical sight. What adds to its ethereal vibe are the great examples of Baroque art, the sea-god Neptune, winged horses and allegorical figures.

Time for Dinner and then proceed to hotel for some well-deserved sleep. (B, L, D)
Day 16: Homeward Bound
After breakfast, we say our goodbyes and proceed to airport. Hit the road to the airport. Board our flight back home reminiscing the wonderful memories of the holiday and of course start planning the next trip. (B)
Tour price includes:
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  • Cost of your visa valid for the duration of the tour.
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  • Meals, coach transfers, entrance fees, excursions, sightseeing and surface transportation as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Cost of your Overseas Travel Insurance valid for passengers upto 60 years of age.
Tour price excludes:
  • Optional and Add -On excursions unless mentioned otherwise.
  • Cost of US $ 2,50,000 granted by the Reserve Bank of India under the Liberalised Remittance Scheme.
  • Any increase in airfare / taxes / routing charged by the airline for ticket (presently calculated on 01 Jan 2020).
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  • Medical test and premium cost of insurance valid for passengers above 60 years of age.
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