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Visiting the Alps

Across distinct cultures and spectacular mountain sceneries, the world-famous Alps often sound more like movie stars than mountains. From Italy through France, Switzerland. Liechtenstein, Germany, Austria into Slovenia each offer an assortment of National Parks, beautiful castles, charming lakes, and scenic tours on this mountain range arcing 750 miles from Genoa to Vienna.

 

The private Alpine tour starts from Milan, one of the world’s fashion capital and home of the Italian style. Take a walk through the city center to admire its art and historical highlights but also some of the best glamour streets for luxury shopping.

Travel through the splendor of Aosta Valley to reach Chamonix, a picturesque Alpine town at the foot of Mont Blanc, the Europe’s highest peak, and ascend to Le Brévent in a modern cable car for a breath-taking view. End Your day with a traditional dinner of raclette or of fondue!

Your journey continues across the wonders of French Alps. You will have the opportunity to choose between several great hiking trails with stunning views of the Mont Blanc massif.

 

Departure on an excursion to the heart of the Swiss Alps, a massively impressive region of classic scenery, such as high peaks, sheer valleys and cool lakes. Reach the Bernese Oberland, centred on the Jungfrau Region, and explore the magnificent Lauterbrunnen Valley, which is twice as deep as Yosemite. The valley is flanked by vertical cliffs and waterfalls and crowned by a trio of Switzerland’s most formidable Alps: Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. The scenery there is simply stunning! Take the cable car from  Grindelwald to Männlichen, and from its summit you can go on the panoramic path to the Kleine Scheidegg or on the romantic trail to Alpiglen. Each is very worthwhile and will be your single best memory of Switzerland.

The tour also features the visit of both the Neuschwanstein Castle,  named “the castle of the fairy-tale king”  and the Hohenschwangau Castle, a medieval fortress  owned by the knights of Schwangau until the 16th century. You will reach the Zugspitze, Germany’s highest point. At the top You will stay with one foot in Germany and the other in Austria, Enjoying  amazing views of each!

Before heading towards Italy Alps, stop in Innsbruck to experience the unique combination of alpine and urban environments. Drive into Italy where the forested Austrian Alps give way to the peaks of the Italian Dolomites offering breath-taking views. Reach the scenic Alpe di Siusi at the foot of the Europe’s largest and most beautiful Alpine meadow. You will also enjoy an exciting one-hour drive to Tirolean Bolzano; take time explore the town and its environs.

 

The journey ends by visiting the romantic city of Verona, famous for being the setting for the Shakespeare play Romeo and  Juliet. Stroll along the city center and its most beautiful sights.

Raise your European vacation to its greatest heights in the Alps!

The rate includes

  • 10 Overnights in 4 star hotels on bed & breakfast basis;
  • Private transfers and coach service as in the program;
  • Milan walking city tour with local guide (3 hours);
  • Visit of Neuschwanstein Castle with audio-guides & entrance fees;
  • Visit of Hohenschwangau Castle with audio-guides & entrance fees;
  • Verona walking city tour with local guide (2 hours).

The rate does not include

  • City taxes to be paid at the hotels;
  • Single supplement (€ 380 per person);
  • Tips to driver and guides;
  • Lunches and dinners;
  • Porterage;
  • Coach ZTL taxes & parking (about € 80 per person);
  • Assistant during the whole tour (price on request);
  • All items not specified in the chapter “the rate include”.
11 Days
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Day 1: Milan

Arrival in Milan Malpensa Airport, transfer and accommodation in Your 4* selected hotel centrally located. Time at leisure.

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Day 2: Milan

After breakfast walking city tour of Milan to discover its artistic and historical highlights. Afternoon at disposal for shopping in the city center.

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Day 3: Milan - Chamonix

After breakfast head towards the French Chamonix, at the foot of Mont Blanc. Time at leisure. Take the cable car to Le Brévent for a spectacular view and end Your day enjoying a traditional dinner of raclette or of fondue. Check in and overnight in Your 4* selected hotel in Chamonix.
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Day 4: Chamonix

After breakfast full day at disposal to enjoy the wonders of French Alps. You can choose  between several great hiking trails with stunning views of the Mont Blanc.
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Day 5: Lauterbrunnen Valley

After breakfast depart on an excursion to the heart of the Swiss Alps. Reach the Berner Oberland’s magnificent Lauterbrunnen Valley. Check in and overnight in Your 4* selected hotel in Lauterbrunnen Valley.

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Day 6: Lautarbrunnen Valley

After breakfast full day at disposal to explore the Swiss Alps or to relax. Each trail You choose is very worthwhile and will be your single best memory of Switzerland.
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Day 7: Lautarbrunnen Valley - Neushwanstein castle - Füssen

After breakfast transfer to Bavaria to visit of the Neuschwanstein Castle named “the castle of the fairy-tale king”, located in a idyllic  place. Later head to the charming riverside village of Füssen. Check in and overnight in Your 4* selected hotel in Füssen.
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Day 8: Füssen - Hohenschwangau castle - Zugspitze - Innsbruck

After breakfast visit of the Hohenschwangau Castle. You will reach the Zugspitze, Germany’s highest point. Later transfer to Innsbruck, where you can experience the unique combination of alpine and urban environments. Check in and overnight in Your 4* selected hotel in Innsbruck.
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Day 9: Innsbruck - Alpi di Siusi - Bolzano

After breakfast head towards the Italian Alps. Drive into Italy where the forested Austrian Alps give way to the peaks of the Italian Dolomites offering breathtaking views. Reach the Alpe di Siusi at the foot of the Europe’s largest and most beautiful Alpine meadow. Scenic one-hour drive to the Tirolean Bolzano. Check in and overnight in Your 4* selected hotel in Bolzano.
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Day 10: Bolzano - Verona - Milano

After breakfast time at disposal to see Bolzano and to relax. Then head towards Milan with a stop in Verona for a guided walking city tour. Check in and overnight in Your 4* selected hotel centrally located.
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Day 11: Departure

After breakfast check out and transfer to Milan Malpensa Airport.

Tour Location

Milan

Milan is the capital of Lombardy, the richest and most populated region in Italy. Ancient and modern at the same time is the undisputed world’s capital of fashion, design, commerce and finance. Milan has a vibrant cultural life: art exhibitions, theatre performances, music festivals and famous opera house La Scala Theatre. The guided walking tour includes the main highlights of the city. Visit of the well preserved Sforza Castle with its medieval and Renaissance style, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the Duomo Square and the Duomo, the Cathedral of Milan, a great example of Italian Gothic style. Visit of the late 18th century Piazza della Scala with its Statue of Leonardo da Vinci La Scala Square with its famous Theatre.

Chamonix

Chamonix was named “Alpine town of 2015” and is well known al lover the world for its old buildings of Victorian and Belle Epoque look, the centre with cafés, shops and galleries. Chamonix offers several activities during the whole year, winter sports, trekking, relax. Visit of the Alpine Museum. Chamonix offers several biking trails. For one of the Europe’s great Alpine trills (weather permitting), take the cable car in Chamonix centre to the Aiguille du Midi and its summit terrace at 3842 m. Here You can have a spectacular view of Mont Blanc and experience a “step into the void” onto a 2.50 m glass cage out over a 1000 m precipice.

Lauterbrunnen Valley

The Lauterbrunnen Valley is flanked by vertical cliffs and waterfalls and crowned by a trio of Switzerland’s most formidable Alps: Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. You can take the cable car from Grindelwald-Grund to Männlichen, a scenic journey through rock walls. From the Männlichen summit you can go on the panoramic path to the Kleine Scheidegg or  the romantic trail to Alpiglen. You can  also book a seat on the Jungfraujoch train which leads to the “Top of Europe”. Here is the highest railway station in Europe, located 3.454 m above sea level. You gain access to a high-Alpine wonderland of  ice, snow and rock, which You can admire from the viewing platforms on the Aletsch Glacier  or in the Ice Palace. For a more restful day, walk to the thundering Trümmelbach, a unique set of waterfalls encased behind the valley walls.

Neuschwanstein castle

The castle  of Neuschwanstein lies in a idyllic place and was built in 1868 by the shy King Ludwig II   in order to withdraw from public life. In 1886, seven weeks after the death of the King, Neuschwanstein was opened to the public. It can be considered one of the most visited castles in Europe, has been proposed for the seven wonders of the modern world and has inspired the castles of Walt  Disney fairy tales.

Hohenschwangau castle

The Hohenschwangau Castle was a medieval fortress  owned by the knights of Schwangau until the 16th century. Partially destroyed because of wars, it was rebuilt in neo-gothic style by Crownprince Maximilian of Bavaria in 1836. Later it was one of the summer residences for the Bavarian royal family.

Alpe di Siusi

Alpe di Siusi is an charming place, thanks to the magnificence of its mountains, to the smoothness of its slopes, and its folklore. Dotted with farms and crowned by towering granite cliffs, this area offers hundreds of kms of trails with an array of challenging hikes and easy walks for everyone.

Bolzano

The Tirolean Bolzano is on the border with Austria, so is the meeting between the Italian culture and the German one. It’s a bustling town with events and festivals through the whole year and is rich in vineyards, parks, shops, cafès with excellent desserts.

Verona

Verona, the city of love in the Veneto region, famous for being the setting for the Shakespeare play Romeo and Juliet. The half day walking tour of Verona will first take you at the Arena of Verona, an ancient Roman amphitheater of the city. You will have the chance to admire the Arena and the imposing square where it is located, taking pictures and learning more about this place. The tour will continue in the city center with the view of the House of Juliet, that inspired William Shakespeare in his tragedy “Romeo and Juliet”, and then You will admire Piazza delle Erbe, the heart of the city.

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