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The winter and Christmas holidays are about to start! Can you imagine any better way to enjoy them, than traveling around Europe? It’s time to rest and discover the world. You will explore the most important capitals of Europe together with other young people from all around the world. You will see amazing landscapes, snowy mountains, incredible villages, cities full of life and much more during these winter holidays. We will celebrate the New Year’s Eve in Prague. But that’s not all! Amsterdam, Brussels, Paris, Rome, Munich, Innsbruck and many other cities are waiting for you this winter as part of our EuroTrip.
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ITINERARY: (The schedule is subject to alterations due to logistic reasons)
MEETING POINT: Madrid, Spain
You have finally finished classes for the Christmas holidays! Now you are thinking… what am I going to do for the next few weeks? We have the answer…pack you bags, grab your coat and come with us on a magical trip around Western Europe. 21 days spent with some amazing people, exploring the most popular cities in Europe and leaving the stress behind.
Today you will have the chance to participate in a walking tour of Madrid, or alternatively if you would prefer to arrive fully rested and raring to go, meet us at Atocha; the biggest train station in Madrid at the time highlighted in the program.
The walking tour will give you the chance to see the main touristic points in the city centre- we don´t want to tire you out by taking you around the whole city!
After spending the night on the bus travelling across Spain, we will arrive at our next destination, Barcelona, in the early hours of the morning. The good news is you will have the whole day to discover this incredible city. Make sure you explore all of the main sites of the city which have earnt this city the title of the most touristic captial of the world. From the Sagrada Familia to Passeig de Gracia, to strolling down the legendary Ramblas and the gothic quarter with its impressive cathedral, you will not be disappointed.
Towards the end of the day we will hop on the ferry and voyage through the Mediterranean sea in order to start this magical trip around Western Europe. We will spend the night on an elegant cruise, with all kinds of services at your disposal, all of which will make the journey very enjoyable: a club, videogames room, restaurants, 24h cafes, pool, gym, health center, casino… So order that gin and tonic, and take in that warm mediterranean breeze, this tour has officially begun!
After a whole day enjoying the Mediterranean breeze, we will arrive at Civitavecchia where our Eurobus will be await us to take us to the former Caput Mundi, Rome. We will arrive later on in the evening, therefore we will head straight to bed so we can get lots of rest in preparation for tomorrow!
Rome is known as the “Eternal City”, and you will understand why once we arrive. Time appears to have ceased here hundreds of years back due to the large number of remaining monuments and rests of imposing buildings, which turns strolling through the narrow streets of Rome into a trip back in time to the capital’s golden age.
Good Morning Rome!
Italy´s famous capital, otherwise known as the old “Caput Mundi” (Leader of the world) and all of its history await us. There are so many reasons to visit Rome, making you fall in love with it and want to return! A few of these reasons are obviously the incredible food and the lively atmosphere that you will find in every corner of the city.
Rome, without a doubt, is a city that occupies a lot of the time of the tourists that come to visit it… considering the large number of monuments and sites it is home to, this is no surprise! Today you will have the chance to see some of these famous sites, and most importantly you will be able to visit the most popular monument in Italy: the Colosseum. The latter, depsite being half demolished, continues to radiate historical charm. Later you will be able to visit the Roman Forums, otherwise known as the commercial, religious, political and judicial centre of the ancient city of Rome.
Today on our tour of Western Europe we will head towards the Vatican where we will have the opportunity to visit the Vatican Museums and the world renowned Sistine Chapel of Miguel Ángel. After this visit we will continue to wander along the streets, stopping at the Castel Sant´Angello, a building you may have seen in the film ¨Angels and Demons.¨
If you would prefer to go off and explore by yourself you can wander the streets, buy a few gifts etc. On this tour of Western Europe we will give you the freedom to do what you want! But remember, don´t get back too late because tonight you will have to chance to join us for our christmas dinner with all of your new friends from around the world.
Today is Christmas day!
And is there no better way to spend it than saying goodbye to the eternal city and heading directly to the Vatican , espeically today when we will be able to recieve the blessing of Ubri et Orbi from the hands of the Pope himself at the biggest church in the world, San Pedro.
After being blessed, we will continue our tour of western Europe, this time putting the GPS on in the direction of Florence; an incredible city that we will explore tomorrow!
Today on our trip through Western Europe, we will wake in Florence, the birthplace of the Renaissance.
Thanks to the Medici family, from the thirteenth century, Florence became a world reference in art. It is here that they walked and filled the streets with their works: writers, poets, painters, sculptors and geniuses. Raffaello, Michelangelo, Leonardo, Donatello, Dante, Petrarch, Boccaccio, Botticelli, Machiavelli, Galileo … Just to name a few!
Tuscan cuisine is composed of many typical dishes, so do not forget to try the typical ribeye steak! Or the Lampredotto … always accompanied by Chianti wine.
You can visit many works of art by these authors at the Uffizi Museum, or if you do not feel like being in a museum, you can walk through the hills of Florence. From here, you can always see the mythical dome of Brunelleschi, which dominates the entire city.
At the end of our tour around Florence you can get on one of our incredible buses and take part in this optional trip to Pisa.
The Plaza de los Milagros is one of the most unique architectural ensembles in the world, comprising of the tower, the cathedral, the baptistery and the Campo Santo monumental of Pisa.
After this optional excursion we will return to Florence and continue our trip through Western Europe and head north of Italy to spend the night in Venice. The next day, we will visit the city of canals; a city that had the honour of being one of the most powerful, rich and populated throughout history. Its trade dominated the Mediterranean and the trade routes of the Orient…Venice!
Winter is the best time to visit Venice, which is the first European city that has been turned into an open air museum, attracting so many tourists that they almost don’t all fit in. Don’t lose the chance to visit it! Soon, limits will be set to control the traffic of tourists….Or the water might sink it! Get out your camera and search for the best angle to take the best pictures of its bridges, “Vaporettos” and “Góndolas”.
We will enjoy the Byzantine influenced art that characterizes the Basilica of San Marco, and we will also get the chance to see and learn how glass is made in Murano as well as admire the colorful houses in Burano!
In the afternoon, we will give you an option to either continue exploring Venice on your own or joining the excursion to islands Murano and Burano. You decide!
9’ Day - Venice - Alpes - Munich - 540 Km
Today on our tour through Western Europe we will have some time to enjoy the breathtaking mountains covered in snow (hopefully!). This area is stunning in the winter! We will pass the Adige River, the beautiful Italian mountain range otherwise know as the Bolomites and then we will cross the boarder to another country… Austria. Once we have arrived you will be amazed at the incredible waters, snowy mountains and the green Heidi hills.
After a long day of taking photos in the mountains that separate Austria and Italy, we will travel through Austria until we reach Bavaria, the most southern area in Germany, famous for its car brands (BMW, Mercedes), its beer and the great capital: Munich.
10’ Day– Munich - Neuschweinstein* - Munich - 250km
Today on our tour of Western Europe, you will have the option of either staying in the hotel and resting (a.k.a. getting rid of your hangover from the night before) or you can come on an adventure with us to discover a hidden european gem: The Castle of Walt Disney. The real name of this castle is the castle of Neuschwanstein, also known as the castle fot he Mad King. We will also have the chance to visit a skiing area, where you will have the chance to enjoy the snow!
Hopefully we will have the chance to see this castle in the snow and take some unforgettable photos like this…
Would you prefer to stay in the hostel and explore the city by yourself? Or would you like to surf on an artificial river in the centre of the city? Ask us and we will tell you have all of the hidden secrets in this incredible city, Munich!
11´Day - Munich - Dachau* - Prague - 380km
This morning you will have the chance to visit the concentration camp of Dachau, one of the very few camps that remains in-tact to provide evidence of the atrocities conducted by the Nazis during the second World War. However, if you would prefer to have some free time, you can explore Munich.
After the optional visit to Dachau concentration camp we will hop back on our bus and this time, on our trip around Western Europe, we will head to PRAGUE!
Welcome to the Czech Republic!
Prague is the capital of Czech Republic and the most important city of the Bohemia region. It’s known for being one of the most beautiful cities of Europe, as well as for its privileged position in the centre of Europe and good connection with the neighbouring countries. It is one of the most visited destinations in the European continent.
Throughout history, this city received many names, such as the “Golden City”, “City of Hundred Towers” and “The Heart of Europe“.
Moreover, this city was born as a unification of five antique cities, which the Vltava River crosses through. Traditionally it has been the political, economical and cultural centre of Czech Republic.
12’ Day – Prague (NYE Party)
Put your coat on and have a hot drink because the golden city awaits us!
Before celebrating crazy New Years Eve we will visit the Old Town, the New Town, which is also of medieval origins, and the old Jewish Quarter. You can go from the Square of Republic with its Powder Tower and the beautiful Municipal House to Wenceslas Square, universally known for being the scene of “Spring of Prague”.
We will also visit the State Theatre, where various of Mozart’s opera plays were premiered. Later on we will walk around the Clementinum, the former association of Jesuits, until we arrive at Charles Bridge, with its 30 baroque statues. If we have time…we can cross the old market square “Old Town Square” with its attractive astronomical clock.
We hope you aren’t too tired, because we still have plans… the long awaited New Years Eve dinner and party with people from all around the world who come to Prague to celebrate it, because of its charm and obviously the cheap beer!
13’ Day- Prague - Kutna Hora* - Prague - 168km
Happy New Year Unitrippers!
After a crazy party last night, you will have 2 options of how you can spend your first day of 2020! You can either stay in Prague and rest or you can come with us to to get to know one of the hidden gems of the Czech Republic: Kutna Hora. This city is a world heritage site, due to its old town and the strange church, made of bones, that is located here.
Would you prefer to sleep all day? DON´T DO IT! There is too much to do and see in Prague. Visit the famous castle, visit the Golden road where Kafka used to live and make sure you take some time to admire all of the incredible buildings such as the dancing house.
14´Day - Prague - Frankfurt - 510km
It’s time to contunie our trip through Western Europe. This time will we head in the direction of Germany. If everything goes as planned, we will stop in Nuremberg, the city where the Nuremberg trials were held after WW2. Many books have been written about this process, recollecting declarations of those who survived the terror of concentration camps.
After crossing Bavaria, late in the evening we will arrive to Frankfurt, the financial capital of Germany, where the headquarters of the Central European Bank is located.
Well, at least….Prost!
15’ Day- Frankfurt - Cologne - Amsterdam - 440km
Good Morning! Are you feeling refreshed? We hope so because today is a new day and that means we have new things to discover!
We will leave Frankfurt early, in the direction of Cologne. Here, we will have time to visit the morst important monuments and really get a feel of the 2,000 years of history behind this incredible city. Most importantly, we will get the chance to admire one of the most impressive gothic masterpieces in Europe: The Cologne Cathedral. It took more than 600 years to finish it and when you see it in the flesh, you will understand why.
This city is known for its museums, given that they showcase all kinds of different art. From the museum of the chocolate making process to pieces of Picasso and Dalí.
In the afternoon, we will head towards the lowest and most liberal capital in the world: Amsterdam.
16´Day - Amsterdam
Culture and liberal politics have made Amsterdam a world reference for liberal people, especially those who push for the legalization of soft drugs (marijuana and hashish) and the legalization of prostitution.
But Amsterdam is not just coffee shops and the red light district, there are other beautiful things to do and see! Fed up? Why don’t you take a walk through the Van Gogh Museum, Rembrandt museum, the Moco or Rijksmuseum or visit the Anne Frank House, and if you fancy a beer, Heineken is your star choice!
17’ Day - Amsterdam - Zaanse Schans* - Brussels - 200km
But don´t get lost in Amsterdam because this morning you have the chance to go on the optional activity to Zaanse Schans, the traditional dutch windmill village. Here you can admire the open air museum, taking a trip back in time to pre-industrial Holand! Trust us- this is an activity that you don´t want to miss!
Later on today we will continue our trip through Western Europe… this time we are going to Belgium, more specifically its capital Brussels, the heart of the EU.
In spite of being a modern yet not very large city, it is the capital of Belgium and the rest of Europe. This decision was made due to its central location and the fact it was one of the european capitals involved in the creation of the EU.
This modern and diplomatic city will enchant you with its bars which house thousands of different types of beer, its chocolate shops and the Grand Palace.. all of which will leave you speechless. We will explore the city and make sure we see the main monuments and touristic sites. What´s more, the headquarters of many international organizations such as the EEC and the European Parliment are located here. This is why you are more likely to bump into a diplomat in the street than spot an aeroplane in the sky.
18’ Day- Brussels - Ghent ¬ Bruges - Brussels - 205km
Good Morning Unitrippers!
Today you will have 2 options, both very appealing!
The first is to stay in Brussels and enjoy the capital while recovering from your hangover. Strolling through the streets, enjoying the many parks, shops and restaurants at your disposal.
The second option is to hang out with us and visit two of the best conserved flemish cities: Bruges and Ghent! On our way back we will also make a stop in Atomiun to take some pictures
Hop on the Unitrips bus and we’ll take you there. We’ll start the day visiting the beautiful university city of Ghent, and end it a little bit more in the north in the city of Bruges, where we will walk from bridge to bridge, among the fog of cannals. On the way back we will also stop off at the Atomium to take some photos.
Here you will be delighted to see how well these two medieval cites have been preserved where the medieval architectural style, popular in northern europe, has remained intact.
19´Day - Brussels - Paris - 300km
Today we will continue on our trip through Western Europe. Once again we will hop on the Unitrips bus after a nice big breakfast and set off to one of the most highly anticipated destinations on the trip… Paris, “The city of love”. We will pass through the north of France, where we will be greeted by Ch´tis (Benvenue chez le Ch´tis was a very famous film in France).
This evening we will offer you the chance to explore all of Paris on the bus. We will make sure you get to admire the most emblematic destinations as well as giving you the time to take as many photos as you want of this magical city.
Today is the last day on this trip through Western Europe and so you will have a free day to do what you want in Paris, and don´t worry we’ve left you enough time to see any places you still haven´t ticked off the list. Of course, we’ll give you some tips on what to do.
Now is the time to go to the Louvre and enjoy its endless exhibitions, or at least wink at the Mona Lisa.
Do you like bohemian villages? Well if you do, you need to go and visit the church of Sacre Coeur in Montmatre and stroll around Pigalle. On your way back you can dance the Can-Can in Moulin Rouge or go shopping!
Perhaps if you prefer modern architecture you’ll find your place amongst the futuristic skyscrapers of La Defense. Do you prefer the exotic and multicultural? There’s a very interesting area called Belleville where the Lord Malaussene used to live.
If you want to see a little bit of Italy in Paris don’t hesitate to visit the gardens of Luxembourg, which were owned by Maria dei Medici, and on the way admire the Pantheon, the Sorbonne (the top university in France) and stroll through the Latin Quarter and its thousands of pubs.
Make the most of your last day of the trip… because this evening we hop back on the bus back to Madrid. (around 16 hours on the bus).
4 days to discover all you can in London. We will travel from Paris to London on the famous EuroStar, an underground train which travels through the english channel. You will have plenty of time to visit the most emblematic sites of this his famous city, such as Tower Bridge, Piccadilly Circus, Westminster Palace, etc.
This morning on our tour through Western Europe we will cross the Pyrenees, San Sebastian, Vitoria and Burgos to finally finish the tour in Madrid. Now you will have a right to say that you have seen half of Europe and you will go home with the memories of the most beautiful corners of this old continent, with your new friends from all over the world.
The program could suffer unforeseen changes due to weather conditions, traffic… or the ability of the group to respect meeting times.
The suggested programme doesn’t include optional/extra activities. You will have opportunity to book some of them in the reservation form, while the others will be proposed by the tour leader along the tour.
* In the case of reservations, you will be making a partial payment at this moment and then pay the rest of the amount from the client area..
* In the case of a discount voucher being redeemed, the discount will be applied to the first ticket..
* The discount vouchers are not applicable to partial reservation payments..
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