We assemble at the Cochin International Airport to board your flight to Zurich. Welcome to Zurich – Switzerland’s largest metropolis. After we finish the immigration formalities we drive you to your hotel. After the long journey you can freshen up and relax in your hotel room. Overnight at your hotel in Zurich (Dinner)
Day 2,Ice Flyer Ride and Lucerne
After a continental breakfast, we proceed on an exciting full day excursion to Mt. Titlis and Lucerne. We begin the tour with a visit to Mt. Titlis, which at 10,000 ft is the highest peak in central Switzerland. As you journey to Mt. Titlis through a series of three different cable car rides, you will be amazed as the scenery changes from green meadows, scenic lakes to snow clad mountains. See over 200 cable cars sporting different flags. Lookout for cable car number 73 that carries the Indian flag! The last leg of the ascent will be in the world’s first rotating cable car called the ‘Titlis Rotair’. At Mt. Titlis you have free time to play and enjoy in the snow, visit the Ice Cave or just relax at the restaurant. At the Terrace on top of the Mt. Titlis summit station, weather permitting, you could take an unforgettable ride on the “Ice - Flyer” an enclosed ski lift that travels only a few meters over the Titlis Glacier. We later proceed for an orientation tour of Lucerne, one of the six most frequently visited cities in the World. See the Lion Monument, ‘Lowendenkmal’ hewn from a limestone cliff to commemorate the bravery and loyalty of Swiss Guards. You may take a stroll across the Kappelbrucke - the world’s oldest covered wooden bridge, originally built in 1333 over the Reuss river. You have free time at Schwanenplatz to shop for Swiss army knives, chocolates, watches, souvenirs, etc. Overnight at your hotel in Zurich (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner)
Day 3,Rhine Falls at Schaffhausen
After a continental breakfast, we checkout and proceed to Germany. Visit the Rhine Falls at Schaffhausen. The Rhine Falls provides a magnificent spectacle. Across a width of 150 meters (492 feet) and a height of 23 meters (75.5 feet), 600 m³ (21,189 cubic feet) of water plunge over the falls in the summer. Then proceed to the Black Forest region of Germany, where at Drubba you can see a demonstration of how Cuckoo clocks are made. Buy one of the original Cuckoo clocks as a souvenir. You also have an opportunity to eat the famous Black Forest Cake. Later we continue our journey towards Heidelberg. Check in at the hotel and relax. Overnight at your hotel in Heidelberg (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner).
Day 4 ,Visit Zaanse Schans, Madurodam
After a continental breakfast, proceed to Zaanse Schans, Netherlands. The Zaanse Schans is one of the highlights of the Netherlands, just outside Amsterdam. Be part of a vibrant and stunning living and working community that dates back to the 18th and 19th centuries. It’s packed with wooden windmills, barns, houses and museums and built in the typically Dutch wooden architectural style, relocated here piece by piece since 1961. The Zaanse Schans will easily fill half a day – there is so much to see, taste, smell and experience! Take a walk through the stunning buildings and the unique peat meadow landscape. Come and watch traditional crafts such as clog- and cheese- making or visit the windmills and traditional buildings. Later visit all of Holland’s iconic attractions during a fun-filled visit to the Madurodam miniature park in The Hague. Feel like a mighty giant as you stroll past small-scale replicas of famous Dutch landmarks like the Port of Rotterdam and the Rijksmuseum. Admire traditional Dutch houses; delight in the vibrant colour of tulip fields; and see signature Dutch windmills in verdant fields. Enrich your knowledge of the Netherlands with educational exhibitions and informative plaques throughout your visit to the magnificent miniature park. Enjoy a guided walking tour of Amsterdam. Explore the Dam Square or indulge in some shopping. Dam Square is Amsterdam’s best-known square, and it is a handy central location from which to explore the medieval city centre. It is Amsterdam’s beating heart. This square is the very spot where Amsterdam was founded around 1270. Today pigeons, tourists, buskers and the occasional Ferris-wheel-boasting fair take over the grounds. Long before it hosted fun and games, the square was split into two sections called Vissersdam, a fish market where the Bijenkorf department store now stands, and Vijgendam, probably named for the figs and other exotic fruits unloaded from ships. Various markets and events have been held here through the ages, including executions – you can still see holes on the front of the Royal Palace where the wooden gallows were affixed. Overnight at your hotel in Amsterdam (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner)
Day 5 ,Canal Cruise in Bruges
After a continental breakfast, checkout and proceed to Bruges, the capital of West Flanders in northwest Belgium. Bruges is distinguished by its canals, cobbled streets and medieval buildings. Its port, Zeebrugge, is an important center for fishing and European trade. The city-center Market features horse-drawn carriage rides and 17th-century houses converted into restaurants and cafes, as well as the 13th-century belfry with its 47-bell carillon and 83m tower with panoramic views. On arrival, enjoy a canal cruise in this beautiful medieval city. Viewing the city from the water gives it a totally different feel than by foot. Cruise down Spiegelrei towards Jan Van Eyckplein and its possible to imagine Venetian merchants entering the city centuries ago and meeting under the slender turret of the Poortersloge building up ahead. Overnight at your hotel in Bruges (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner)
Day 6 ,Onto Paris
After a continental breakfast, checkout and proceed to Paris. Arrive Paris and check in at the hotel Evening is free for shopping. Paris has a timeless familiarity for first-time and frequent visitors, with instantly recognizable architectural icons, along with exquisite cuisine, chic boutiques and priceless artistic treasures Overnight at your hotel in Paris (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner)
Day 7,City Tour of Paris
After a continental breakfast, proceed to visit Eiffel Tower, the symbol of Paris, where a bird’s eye view from the 3rd level will leave you breathless. Later proceed for a guided panoramic city tour. Experience Paris in all its charm, glamour and glory. See Place de la Concorde, the majestic Arc de Triomphe, the fashionable Champs Elysees and the magnificent Opera House. Then settle in for a cruise on the Seine River. Glide past riverside monuments like Notre Dame and the Louvre, and then explore a side of Paris many tourists miss as you float through the tunnels, bridges and locks of the city’s historic canal system Evening proceed to the airport for your flight back home.