7 countries over 14 unforgettable days
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Group Size: Avg 46
Trip code: CTEW
Duration: 14 days
Packed with must-dos, bucket-list biggies, and more show-stopping sights than you’ve had hot dinners, this group tour is the European adventure to end them all! We’re talking the Eiffel Tower at twilight, Rome’s historic Colosseum, Venice’s grand palazzi, Amsterdam’s atmospheric canals, Munich’s legendary beer halls, and the glitz of the French Riviera. Oh, and did we mention the night in a 16th Century chateau complete with pool and nightclub?! You’ll explore 6 incredible countries over 14 days, and best of all, you’ll do it with a ready-made gang of mates. Good times guaranteed!
- Go wine tasting in the Beaujolais region
- Hit the blackjack tables with the high rollers with a glamorous night in Monte Carlo
- Walk in the footsteps of gladiators on the historic streets of Rome
- Grab a tankard and hit Munich’s famous beer halls for a big night out, German-style
- Take a magical twilight tour of Paris’ most iconic sights
Day 1: London to Paris (France). Meet the gang in London and head to Dover, where we’ll wave goodbye to Blighty for 2 weeks and cross the channel to France. Arrive in Paris and explore the city’s highlights on a magical twilight tour. From the Eiffel Tower to the Louvre, it’s wall to wall iconic.
Day 2: Paris. You’ve got a whole day to explore Paris’ elegant boulevards, chic boutiques, and classic bistros. Tonight, head to Montmartre for an optional Parisian feast, then get your can can on at a traditional cabaret show.
Day 3: Paris to Beaujolais region. Au revoir Paris! Pay a visit to the stunning Chateau Fontainebleau, before continuing to our own super boujie chateau in the heart of wine country! Take a dip in the pool before a delish French banquet. Then party all night in legendary onsite nightclub ‘Le Cave’.
Day 4: Beaujolais wine region to French Riviera. Get ready for more fabulousness as we roll on to the Gallic home of glamour – the French Riviera. Known for its azure water, perfect beaches and super yachts, the Riviera is THE place to see and be seen.
Day 5: French Riviera. You’ve got a full day to enjoy the French Riviera. Do some celeb spotting, take a bike tour of Nice old town, or hit the beach. Tonight we’re making tracks for Monaco. Hit the blackjack tables with the high rollers, check out the mega yachts and party like Grace Kelly!
Day 6: French Riviera to Florence via Pisa (Italy). Hop over the border to bella Italia today. Make a quick stop at the leaning tower of Pisa for that perfect Insta pic, pick up your first of many gelatos, and hop back on the coach to beautiful Florence. Tonight, tuck into an optional Tuscan feast.
Day 7: Florence to Rome. You’ve got the morning to explore this Tuscan gem at your own pace. Then hit the highway to Rome where we’ll take a walking tour of the capital by night. We’re talking pizza, gelato and jaw-dropping sights – what’s not to love?
Day 8: Rome. Rome’s your oyster today. Take an optional guided tour of the Vatican, walk in the footsteps of the gladiators at the Colosseum, or sample La Dolce Vita with a Peroni or two on one of the pretty piazzas. Who’s up for pizza tonight?
Day 9: Rome to Venice. Rome, you’ve been legendary, but we’ve got one more Italian city on the menu and it’s a peach! Take a traditional motoscafo across the lagoon, ride a gondola through the backwaters, or explore Venice on an Insta-friendly walking tour.
Day 10: Venice to Munich (Germany). Wind through the Austrian Alps on the way to Munich. Take a wander around the old town (don’t miss the glockenspiel!), or explore on two wheels with an optional bike tour. This evening, don your lederhosen before tapping up the city’s famous beer halls.
Day 11: Munich to Rhine Valley via Dachau. Auf wiedersehen Munich! We’re journeying to the Rhine Valley but we’ve got a very important stop on the way. Get an insight into the atrocities of WWII in Dachau before spending the evening in Sankt Goar, a pretty town on the banks of the Rhine.
Day 12: Rhine Valley to Amsterdam via Edam (Netherlands). Sleep off last night’s vino as we make our way to the Netherlands. Stop at Edam where we’ll go full Dutch with a bike tour, and stops at a cheese farm and a clog maker’s – souvenirs, sorted! Our last stop is the ‘Dam – drop your bags and go large!
Day 13: Amsterdam. It’s our last full day today so let’s turn the fun factor up to ten with a ride on Europe’s highest swing or a canal cruise through the city’s historic core. Tonight, enjoy an optional dinner in 1ste Klas restaurant, before hitting the beers with your buds.
Day 14: Amsterdam to London. It’s time to climb on the coach one last time as we truck back through Belgium to Calais and over the channel to Dover. We’ll leave you in London, where you can say your goodbyes and start planning your next adventure!
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This tour begins and end in London. You’ll have to make your own way to the meeting point. The tour will start very early in the morning (exact timings will be given once booked) so you will need to arrive in London the day before the tour starts.
Your trip ends back in London on the evening of day 14. As the times of the ferry can vary, we recommend you stay an extra night in London after your tour ends. Please contact a travel advisor for info on how to book extra nights.
13 nights’ accommodation is included. You’ll spend 9 nights in hostels, 3 nights in hotels and 1 night in an incredible 16th Century château with its own swimming pool and nightclub! Rooms are generally single sex and room up to 6 people. Please note that accommodation is subject to change.
13 breakfasts and 4 dinners are included on this trip. You’ll have to buy the rest of your meals yourself.
You’ll need to be between 18 and 35 to take part in this trip.
You can travel to countries in the Schengen Area for up to 90 days in any 180-day period without a visa. This applies if you travel as a tourist, to visit family or friends, to attend business meetings, cultural or sports events, or for short-term studies or training.
Your passport must be issued less than 10 years before the date you enter the country (check the ‘date of issue’) and valid for at least 3 months after the day you plan to leave (check the ‘expiry date’).
Please note: Visa rules are subject to change. Please check for the most up to date information before you travel.