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Adult $919.00
Student $889.00
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Italy, France, Switzerland, Germany, Belgium & Netherlands

From the Eternal City of Rome we take you to the roof of Europe in Switzerland through its snowy peaks then down though Paris and finally Amsterdam in the Dutch lowlands.

Beginning in Rome, we head through the hills of Italy to La Spezia and Cinque Terre, where the rewards are spectacular. Up through the mountains of Switzerland to Lauterbrunnen and even higher with a trip up the Jungfrau, where you can ski, skydive and paraglide to your heart's content. Spend a few days in the wonderful beer halls and gardens of Munich before the lowlands of northern Europe. Soak up stunning Paris before enjoying the beer, waffles and chocolate of Bruges. Finish your trip in Amsterdam's crazy Red Light District.

  • Every 2nd day service from May to October
  • Stay as long as you like in each destination
  • Expert Guides on all departures
  • Change your travel days as often as you like
  • Book accommodation through MyTrip with no booking fees

Trip Duration Guide:

Pacing it – 4 weeks to 6 months

Racing it – 20 days to 4 weeks

Destinations

  • Amsterdam

    Amsterdam

    One of Europe’s most beautiful and historic cities right up there with Venice and Paris. But add funky and mellow bars, pervasive irreverence, whiffs of pot, sleaze and sex and you have a literally intoxicating mix.

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  • Bruges

    Bruges

    This medieval town is Belgium’s most popular destination and, despite the crowds, it’s not to be missed. Bruges dreamily evokes a world long since gone.

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  • Florence

    Florence

    One of the most written about cities in Italy, the list of its famous sons reads like a Renaissance Who’s Who and its celebrated cityscape lingers in the memory long after you’ve left town.

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  • La Spezia for Cinque Terre

    La Spezia for Cinque Terre

    Liguria’s eastern Riviera boasts some of Italy’s most dramatic coastline, the highlight of which is the Parco Nazionale delle Cinque Terre (Cinque Terre National Park), just north of La Spezia.

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  • Lauterbrunnen

    Lauterbrunnen

    Bijou Lauterbrunnen, with its main street cluttered with Swiss chalet architecture, is friendly and down to earth. It’s known largely for the crash-bang spectacle of the Trümmelbach Falls.

    Lauterbrunnen

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  • Lucerne

    Lucerne

    Recipe for a gorgeous Swiss city: take a cobalt lake ringed by mountains of myth, add a medieval old town and sprinkle with covered bridges, sunny plazas and waterfront promenades.

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  • Munich

    Munich

    The capital of all things Bavarian. It’s a heady mix of worldclass museums, historic sites, cosmopolitan shopping, exhausting nightlife, trendy restaurants, roaring beer halls, vast parks and, of course, Oktoberfest.

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  • Nice

    Nice

    Nice is the Côte d’Azur’s most cosmopolitan city. It’s a heady mix of old and new, ethnic and domestic, sunshine and smog but somehow Nice still manages to be irresistible.

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  • Paris

    Paris

    What can be said about the sexy, sophisticated City of Lights that hasn’t already been said a thousand times before? Quite simply, this is one of the world’s great metropolises, a trend-setter, market-leader and cultural capital for over a thousand years and still going strong.

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  • Rome

    Rome

    An epic, monumental metropolis, the reality is every bit as enticing as the reputation. With its architectural and artistic treasures, its romantic corners and noisy markets, Rome is a city that knows how to impress.

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  • Siena

    Siena

    Siena is one of Italy’s most enchanting medieval towns. Its walled centre, a beautifully preserved warren of dark lanes is a lovely place to get lost.

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  • Stuttgart

    Stuttgart

    Hemmed in by vine-covered hills and full of greenery, Stuttgart is a haven for its residents, who enjoy a high quality of life. It’s not a major stop for budget travellers.

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