Day 1-4 Berlin

Day 1-4 Berlin

A historic city who has been the centre of Europe if not the world for quite some time is called as the Grey city for the weather it stays with. The Berlin wall is one of the most visited sights in Europe and one should not miss this while in Berlin. One can enter the Reichstag, Parliament Building, for free by registration. The city has amazing Nightlife, Museums and is easy to walk around.

The Holocaust memorial in Berlin is dedicated to people who lost their lives in WWII. Checkpoint Charlie is the crossing point between East Germany and West Germany and should have a spot in your to-do Berlin list.

Free things one can do: Berlin Wall, Reichstag, Alexanderplatz, World time Clock, Holocaust Memorial, Checkpoint Charlie, Branderburg Tor, Museumsinsel nearby area.

Day 5-6 Prague

Day 5-6 Prague

The never ending explorations, the old town square and the 14th century stone's Charles Bridge, a Hilltop castle with Vltava river flowing, your eyes couldn't have asked for a better treat. Speaking of a treat, give your tongue the taste of possibly the best beer in the world. Walk through the town, visit the art galleries and be amazed with all the beauty this European town can produce.

Free things one can do: Visit the Lenon Wall, Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, Astronomical Clock and Tyn Church. Paid things to see: Communist Museum.

Day 7-8 Vienna

Day 7-8 Vienna

Vienna, capital of Austria, is the 7th largest city in Europe. It is a cultural, economic, and political centre. Vienna is known for its high quality of life. The city centre was given the status of UNESCO world heritage site. It is also popularly known as City of Music and City of Dreams.

Free things to do: St. Stephens Cathedral, Ringstrasse area. Paid things to do: One can take a day trip to Wachau Valley on a Bike Tour. If you are interested in this tour, you can buy in the shop section or mail us.

Day 9-10 Venice

Day 9-10 Venice

The Floating city is a historic Italian city and one of the most romantic places all around the world. The Airport is named after one of it's famous resident, Marco Polo, who was one of the first explorer of the Silk Route to China. Home to Casanova, it boasts of finest places all over the world such as the St. Mark's Square and the Rialto Bridge.

Free things to see: St. Mark's Square, St. Mark's Basilica, Venetian Arsenal from outside, Rialto Bridge and Bridge of Sighs. You can find more information about Venice through our Cities page.

Day 11-12 Florence

Day 11-12 Florence

Home of the Renaissance and notable Renaissance reformers, Florence is one of the most known and visited city of the world. It is called as the Athens of the Middle Ages. The city boasts of amazing Museums and Art Galleries. For an Art lover, Florence is a must-must visit. It is also famous for its Fashion and is included among the top Fashion Capitals around the world.

Uffizi Gallery and Academia are some of the most known galleries around the world. Florence is also considered as one of the most Romantic cities of the world. Leaning tower of Pisa, one of the Ex-Seven wonder of the world, is a half day trip from Florence. With so many things to offer, one should not miss to go there.

Free things one can do: Walk around the Duomo, Ponte Vecchio, Piazza Michaelangelo.

Day 13-16 Rome

Day 13-16 Rome

Rome with its classic ruins, renaissance palazzos and Baroque fountains is Italy's vibrant capital and unlike other cities has a powerful presence of beautiful and rich history and culture. The city’s warm Mediterranean climate is a huge motivating factor for tourists from everywhere. For the past 25 centuries, history has left a huge mark in the streets and buzzing neighbourhoods of Rome.

Rome is the perfect place for you to practice and perfect your Italian skills. Roaming in the sweet art of idleness of the streets or praying in the many churches in Vatican would be part of your memorable experiences in Rome. It’s a heady mix of unforgettable sights, overwhelming art, beguiling pizza and exciting street life, Italy's Eternal City is one of the world’s most attractive and inspiring capitals.

Day 1: Your flight will land in Berlin. A private cab/shuttle will drop you at your hostel in Berlin. Freshen up and after that you can leave for sightseeing.

Day 2, 3 & 4: Sightseeing & One day trips - Berlin

Day 5: After breakfast in the morning, check-out from the hostel and catch bus/train for Prague. Your bus/train will reach Prague in the afternoon. Check into your Hostel and then you can leave for sightseeing.

Day 6: Sightseeing & One day trip - Prague.

Day 7: After breakfast in the morning, check-out from the hostel and catch bus/train for Vienna. Your bus/train will reach Vienna in the afternoon. Check into your Hostel and then you can leave for sightseeing.

Day 8: After breakfast in the morning, check-out from the hostel, leave your luggage at Left Luggage Facility (LLF) and then you can leave for sightseeing. At night, return to hostel, take your luggage and catch bus for Venice.

Day 9: Your bus/train will reach Venice in the morning. Check into your Hostel and then you can leave for sightseeing.

Day 10: Sightseeing & One day trip - Venice.

Day 11: After breakfast in the morning, check-out from the hostel and catch bus/train for Florence. Your bus/train will reach Florence in the afternoon. Check into your Hostel and then you can leave for sightseeing.

Day 12: Day trip to Pisa and back to Florence.

Day 13: After breakfast in the morning, check-out from the hostel and catch bus/train for Rome. Your bus/train will reach Rome in the afternoon. Check into your Hostel and then you can leave for sightseeing.

Day 14 & 15: Sightseeing & One day trip - Rome.

Day 16: Catch flight back home from Rome.

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