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Europe Holiday Package

AED 8,039 starting from
France & Switzerland Holiday
  • 6 NIGHTS
  • March to August 2019 (*selected date)

Inclusions:

Return tickets included. 7 Days & 6 Nights’stay in Switzerland and France. Airport transfers.

 

Not all European getaways are the same! Our unbeatable package is taking you to France and Switzerland; discover picture perfect scenery, city tours, snowcapped mountains, and experience exhilarating fun in Disneyland with tours of Eiffel tower and more! You can't miss this- hurry and book your getaway today!

Why book this holiday:
  • Best Departure Deal.
  • 7 Days & 6 Nights’ stay in Switzerland and France.
  • Return tickets included.
  • Limited time offer.
How will I Make the Booking?

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Itinerary

Day 1 Arrive in Zurich (Evening Tour of Schaffhausen & Zurich Orientation Tour)

Welcome to your Swiss glory package! On arrival in Zurich clear immigration and customs and proceed to the hotel (check in after 2 p.m.). Meals included: dinner.


Day 2 Switzerland (Free Day, Optional Excursion to the Jungfrau)

Today an optional excursion to the Jungfrau- the ‘Top of Europe’, a wonderful world of glaciers and eternal ice. Onto Jungfrau. Reach the highest altitude railway station in Europe by a charming, red cogwheel train, amid stunning and dramatic mountain scenery!
What could be more tempting in this icy cold scenario than a hot Indian lunch!? Walk on the great Aletsch Glacier. Visit the Sphinx Observation Terrace. The new Cinema Experience and the new Alpine sensation are attractions, enroute to the glistening Ice Palace. Descend to visit the popular holiday resort of Interlaken, cradled cozily between the beautiful Lakes of Brienz and Thun, where even today you see horse-drawn carriages. Indulge in some shopping. Next to a virtually unlimited selection of watches and jewelry, every store carries a vast array of small famous brand gifts and souvenirs, priced for every budget.
Return to your hotel. Meals included: Breakfast and dinner.
Note: Guests not availing the optional tour to Jungfrau will get a packed dinner.


Day 3 Switzerland (Photo Stop at Rhine Falls, Orientation Tour of Lucern, Orientation Tour of Vevey)

After breakfast proceed for an exciting drive to see the thundering Rhine Falls at Schaffhausen. Enjoy Photo Stop at Rhinefalls. Move on to Lucerne for an orientation tour witnessing picturesque mountains, lakes, cowbells, alpine villages and meadows, the poignant Lion Monument, the covered, wooden Kapellbrucke (Chapel Bridge) to the ornate Jesuit Church.
Next on our list of Swiss adventures is a visit to the beautiful town of Vevey on the banks of Lake Geneva. With extraordinary views of the Alpines and the vast expense of sparkling blue waters, every corner of the town seems to make for a photogenic backdrop. It was in this town that Charlie Chaplin spent the last 25 years of his life. Facing the lake stands a tributary statue of the comedian. We take a photo stop here enjoying the beauty around us.
Concluding our day, we proceed to an Indian restaurant and then and then check into a hotel in Leysin.
Meals included: Breakfast and dinner.


Day 4 Switzerland (Visit Glacier 3000, Orientation Tour of Geneva)

After breakfast will begin icy excursion as we head to the winter white wonderland that is the Glacier 3000. Apart from the incredibly spectacular views of snow-laced peaks all around, Glacier 3000 also offers a wide array of activities to keep even the most fidgety traveler entertained. From enjoying the winter views during the cable-car ride to and from Les Diablerets, to skiing and hiking to the thrilling snow-bus ride, to that of the Peak Walk on the world’s only suspension bridge connecting two peaks, there’s something for everybody! And because nothing brings more warmth to our minds and bodies than a steamy meal, we enjoy a delicious lunch at Glacier 3000 before heading back to Les Diablerets.
Next, we drive and begin our orientation tour once in Geneva. We wander through various popular attractions in the 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 basking in the rich cultural and architectural glory of Geneva we make our way back to Leysin. After a sumptuous dinner we return to hotel and sleep tight for the rest of the night. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.


Day 5 Onto France- Paris

After breakfast we proceed to a scenic drive through beautiful landscapes to Paris, the 'City of Lights'. On arrival in Paris, we take a cruise down the famous Seine river that allows us to grab marvelous 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.
What better way to end our day’s adventures than some mouth-watering food? Indulge in a yummy meal and head straight to the hotel to wade off the day’s exhaustion. Meals included: Breakfast and dinner.


Day 6 Paris (Visit Disneyland, Paris / Optional ‘Paris by Night’)

Unleash the child in you for a fun filled excursion! Thrilling rides, favorite Disney characters and incredible shows make it a complete family attraction.
Note: Your park ticket gives you the option of entering either Disney Park or Walt Disney Studios.
The Disneyland, Paris is divided into Frontierland, Adventureland, Fantasyland, Discoveryland which are the four magical themed lands and the ever famous Main Street USA. Thrilling rides, incredible shows, parades, fantasy and excitement guarantees non-stop fun and action. Fairytales come to life. Big thrills such as Space Mountain Mission 2, Indiana Jones, Big Thunder Mountain, takes you to the edge of the universe and little ones, where you can sail around the world with “It’s a small, small world”. Family fun is around every corner, from Pirates of the Caribbean to the Mad Hatter’s Tea Cups. Favorite Disney Characters are waiting to meet you. You can ‘Hello’ Pooh, ‘Howdy’ Goofy and meet Mickey and Minnie. Do not forget to take a snapshot with one of your favorite Disney characters! Say “Cheese” and get a photograph accompanied by a hug and an autograph.
OR Discover the magical world of cinema and television at Walt Disney Studios where a behind the scenes destination sensation awaits you. Experience movie magic and cinema sets coming to life through cinemagical ‘lots’, featuring thrilling attractions and spectacular shows with your dreams center-stage allowing your “screen dreams” to come true! Make your big screen debut at Toon Studio or Production Courtyard. We then proceed to dinner at a top-rated Indian restaurant.
From here, you could either head back to the hotel or choose to go on a recommendable ‘Paris by Night’ trip that comprises of an Illumination tour and the famous Lido Cabaret show. Meals included: Breakfast & Dinner.


Day 7 Departure Flight from Paris (Visit Eiffel Tower 2nd Level / Guided City Tour)

Start the Paris tour taking in the dazzling overview of the city as you ascend by an elevator to the 2nd level of the Eiffel Tower! Enjoy a guided city tour visiting famous monuments like the Pyramid of the Louvre, Garnier's Opera, the largest opera theatre in the world, the River Seine, the Place de la Concorde - the site of the infamous guillotine, the Champs Elysees - one of the most fashionable streets in the world, the Napoleanic Arc de Triomphe and the Hotel des Invalides.
Good times need never end! Your tour ends with guests departing on individual flight schedules for your flight back home. Relive the high points of your ‘Swiss Glory’ tour. Meals included: Breakfast.


Travel dates:
  • June: 1st - 7th June, 2019 / 29th June - 5th July, 2019.
  • July: 12th - 18th July, 2019 / 26th July - 1st August 2019.
  • August: 9th - 15th August 2019.
Promotion dates:
  • Package must be booked before 10 days of departure.
Inclusions:
  • Return Airfare (with taxes).
  • Visa fees (with visa processing charges).
  • Overseas travel insurance.
  • Accommodation at 3* with breakfast.
  • Sight Seeing Included:
    Schaffhausen: Photostop at Rhine Falls.
    Lucerne : Orientation Tour.
    Vevey: Orientation Tour.
    Glacier 3000: Visit the snow-covered Glacier.
    Geneva: Orientation Tour.
    Paris: Seine River Cruise, Visit Disneyland, Paris: Visit Eiffel Tower, Guided City Tour.
  • Mandatory tips to drivers & guides.
  • Meals, coach tours, transfers, entrance fees, excursions, sightseeing and surface transportation as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Professional services of tour manager or local representative.
  • Your tour will allow you to indulge in a wide array of carefully customized Indian meals prepared with the freshest of ingredients and the choicest of spices. There will also be a mix of vegetarian and non - vegetarian continental meals.
Exclusions:
  • Porterage at hotels & apartments, airports and seaports, laundry, wines, mineral water, telephone charges, insurance and all items of personal nature, also food and drinks not forming part of the group menus.
  • Anything not specifically mentioned under ‘Tour Price Includes’.
  • Arrival & Departure transfer in case of flights booked by guest directly.
  • All other meals & drinks.
  • Early check-in or late check-out charges.
  • Any optional tours or items not mentioned in the above stated inclusions.
Terms & Conditions:
  • Package subject to availability at time of booking on “first come first serve basis”.
  • 100% payment required for confirming the package.
  • Nonrefundable & non-amendable once confirmed (please contact us for cancellation policy details)
  • We do not take any responsibility for any expenses that passengers might incur due to circumstances beyond our control such as flight cancellation/delays, accidents of any nature, bad weather, natural calamities, medical evacuation, supplier policies, etc.
  • Hotel accommodation is strictly subject to availability at the time of booking.
  • Prices, room and seats availability are subject to change prior to final confirmation.
  • In the event of any currency fluctuations of more than 1%, or amendments in any local and/or Government taxes, Travelwings reserves the right to amend prices accordingly. The exchange rates used on this offer are as per the above offer date.
  • Breakfast will be continental which includes tea, coffee, cereal, juice, bread, butter.
  • Any damages caused to the hotel rooms / Coach during your stay, shall be payable by the passengers.
  • We do not guarantee air-conditioned hotels.
  • For 3rd person in a triple room, most hotels use rollaway beds and room size may be the same as the double room.
  • Incase minimum operating strength is not achieved this tour can be called off.
  • Due to limited space for luggage on the coach we permit only one suitcase and one handbag per person in the coach.
  • International check in time is 2 p.m. and check out time is 12 p.m. (Early check in and late check out are subject to availability).
  • Transfer other than group transfer would be paid by the client directly.
  • Hotel / Flights / Sightseeing timings are subject to change with / without prior notice.
  • Tour hours must not contravene any legally permitted maximum hours.

Europe is the world’s smallest continent, dwarfed in size by its African and Asian neighbors. However, the world’s smallest continent packs some of the world’s best culture and travel within it, with countries like France, Italy, and Spain consistently hitting lists of the most visited countries in the world. Looking beyond the obvious attractions and cities, Europe is also home to many emerging tourist locations such as Prague, Frankfurt, and Budapest, which provide all the fascinating culture and vibrant nightlife of their neighbors at a fraction of the price.

Talk to us about our Europe holiday packages, European tours, and our recommendations for the trans-continental trip of a lifetime.
1. Overview (At a glance)
Population: 743,100,000
Time Zone: Varies from country to country: mostly GMT and GMT (+1).
Dialing code: Varies from country to country.
Language: Most European countries have their own language, with German, Italian, English, and French being the most common. English is spoken in most large hubs and capital cities, however people in rural areas are more likely to only speak their own local language.

Currency: Euro (EUR) is used in most European countries, with notable exceptions being the United Kingdom (GBP) and most Eastern European and Scandinavian countries. ATMs are widely available, and almost all hotels, restaurants and shops will take credit card.

Plug Sockets: Europe mostly uses the round two-pronged C and F plug sockets, so you will need an adaptor. The United Kingdom and Ireland use the three-pronged square plug, so some UAE appliances will not require an adaptor there.

Getting Around: Europe’s hubs are extremely well connected, and travelers can choose between trains, buses, and flights to get to most European cities. Budget airlines like EasyJet and Ryanair have made air travel cheaper than ever, and it is often as affordable to hop on a two hour flight as it is to take a twelve hour bus.

A popular way to visit Europe and get the most of all it has to offer, is by purchasing a Eurail pass: for a fixed price, this pass allows travelers unlimited access to European train networks for a set amount of time.
If this sounds like too much planning for you, don’t worry: Europe trip packages will most often include transport between destinations, so you do have to worry about complicated travel arrangements and the costs of additional travel.

2. Cuisine
Europe is made up of many countries with many very distinct cultures: there are few places in the world which pack so many varying approaches to food within such a small space. As a general rule, European cuisine tends to focus on the use of herbs and ingredients like onion and garlic for flavor, and is rarely spicy. Most countries have a meat-based diet, and staples like bread and cheese have developed in thousands of different forms across the continent.

The different cuisines seen across Europe can be largely attributed to climate differences: the distinct cuisine of the Mediterranean, with its use of olive oil, tomatoes, and fresh ingredients, differs widely from that of Central Europe, which relies heavily on filling and warming foods like potatoes, cheese, and meat.

Wherever you go in Europe, you are guaranteed to find a new national or regional specialty to try, which makes it one of the most exciting regions on earth for foodies: some favorites include Spain’s paella, Switzerland’s cheese fondue, Italy’s Neapolitan pizza, and Austria’s wiener schnitzel.

3. Culture
Europe does not have one unified culture: instead, it is a grouping of distinct cultures, created from a complex mix of geographical and historical elements. Many of Europe’s current borders are relatively recent, and formed from a variety of conflicts that affected the continent during the 20th century.

The European Union is a union of 28 European countries, and has defined the political, economic and societal landscape of Europe since it was first formed in 1958. It has enabled Europe to become a unified entity in global economics, and has also allowed for an almost complete freedom of movement for the citizens of its member states. The Union, whilst mostly considered to be useful and prosperous, has often been a point of contention, both from countries wishing to join it (Turkey, for example) and, most recently, from a vote by the people of the United Kingdom to leave it.

4. Attractions
Europe packs some of the world’s most famous tourist attractions into a relatively small space. Amongst the top 25 tourist attractions in Europe, France and Italy have the highest number, with iconic attractions such as the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, and Disneyland Paris in France and the Colosseum, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, and St Mark’s Basilica in Italy.

Europe’s collection of museums is rivalled only by the United States, with several of the most-visited museums in the world being found in Paris and London, as well as other notable collections such as the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, the Vatican Museum in Rome, and the Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid. Europe’s great museums house works from some of history’s most famous artists, including Picasso, Van Gogh, Rembrandt, Da Vinci, and many more, not to mention excellent collections of natural history, science, and decorative arts.

5. What to pack
Europe is a diverse continent, with diverse weather. As a general rule, summer (June - August) is warm and winter (November - February) is cold, but the extent of this will vary widely depending on geological (e.g.: mountainous areas) and geographical (e.g.: latitude) factors. A good rule of thumb is that the further south you go, the warmer the weather at any given time of year.

If you are visiting during the summer, temperatures across the continent can vary from a cool 12℃ to a scorching 40℃. Pack lightweight summer clothes, but also some jumpers, long trousers, and warm shoes, as well as a waterproof jacket. This should prepare you for most eventualities, but it always a good idea to check the weather in different destinations before you travel.

If you are visiting in the winter, bring warm clothes including a good waterproof coat, gloves, hats, and scarves. Most places in Western Europe see temperatures below zero during the winter, so bring adequate layers.

6. Visa Regulations
Most of Europe is part of the European Schengen Zone, a unified area of countries sharing open borders. UAE citizens do not require a visa for entering Schengen countries. The only countries in the European Union for which a Schengen Visa is not valid are the United Kingdom, Ireland, Bulgaria, and Cyprus.

United Kingdom and Ireland: Visa waiver available online for UAE citizens.

Bulgaria and Cyprus: Visa required - contact the consulate.