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The Big Fat Eurotrip

₹75000 /pax
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The Big Fat Eurotrip

  75000 per person
  10 days tour
Day wise Itinerary
Day 1: Friday: Barcelona

Touch down in Barcelona for a taste of Catalan culture. We check into our B&Band relax. The best way to aquaint yourself to the city is to start on a guided Old city tour, which will take us inside the ancient walled city where you will see the Jewish Quarter, the Roman City, the Medieval City, Santa Maria Del Mar, PlacaReial among many other beautiful places in the city

In the evening we head out to explore Barcelona’s famous nightlife and get a taste of the delicious tapas on offer across various bars in the city.

Meals: None

Day 2: Saturday: Barcelona

After breakfast, we head out for a Gaudi themed cycle tour. To see Gaudi’s Barcelona. Which starts in La Rambla and ends in front of the breathtaking Sagrada Familia.

For lunch, come along to La Boqueria. Described as a gastronomic temple, La Boqueria is a sprawlingfood market with an mind boggling range of fresh produce where you can hop from one stall to another, tasting the delights that Catalan culture has to offer.

Meals: Breakfast

Experiences: Guided walking tour of the Old City| Treat your taste buds at La Boqueria

Day 3: Sunday | Barcelona to Costa Brava

We stray off the beaten path and heady to the little town of Begur with a spread of fantastic restaurants and boutique hotels offering a stylish Spanish beach holiday where you might least expect it. Begur is an exuberant town where you can spend the day exploring the narrow streets of Moorish and Spanish architecture topped with a crumbling medieval castle that has views along miles of coastline. The town's most stunning neoclassical mansions were built by local merchants returning from Cuba in the late 19th century, and they sit alongside fishermen's huts, the homes of wealthy families who traded with the West Indies and Americas, and houses rumoured to have hosted pirates. Enjoy fairy light lit seafood dinners of live it up in a tapas bar.

Meals: Breakfast | Dinner

Experiences :Bus ride to Begur | Tapas dinner at a local tapas bar

Day 4: Monday |Costa Brava to Barcelona to Paris (1 hour 45 minutes by flight)

Post breakfast, head out for a jaunt by a beach at Sa Riera and then take a noon bus to get back to Barcelona. From Barcelona, head to the airport to take flight out to Paris. Land in Paris by evening, to see the reason why the city is called the city of Blinding lights.

Once we settle into our stay, in the evening we head to a find an old school absinthe bar where you can choose from about a dozen different brands of absinthe, served in the traditional manner, with your straight absinthe in a glass, your special absinthe spoon and sugar cubes on the side, and a large absinthe fountain on the bar in front of you, with multiple spouts so you and your fellow travelers can simultaneously add water to the absinthe to suit your respective tastes. During the Belle Époque, Absinthe or the Green Fairy – nicknamed after its distinctive colour – was the drink of choice for so many writers and artists in Paris that five o’clock was known as the Green Hour, a happy hour when cafes filled with drinkers sitting with glasses of the verdant liquor. This is one evening you will not forget (or may not remember, depending on how much you drink)!

Meals: Catalunian breakfast spread | Paris in the evening | Absinthe bar visit

Experience: Spanish beach town visit| Paris in the night | Absinthe bar visit in the night

Day 5: Tuesday: Paris

To acquaint you with the city, we take a guided tour of the main sights in Paris. From its beginnings as a medieval village to the capital of Napoleon’s empire, from the beheadings of the French Revolution to the excitement of La Belle Époque (not forgetting years of Nazi occupation and the secrets of today’s metropolis), this tour will show you Paris as it was meant to be seen; by walking along the banks of the Seine, and through its royal gardens and squares.

We will also make our way to the Louvre, the famous museum which showcases the Mona Lisa, apart from other famous artworks by masters such as Raphael, Vermeer, Caravaggio. You can also visit the Musée de l'Orangerie, an art gallery famous for its display of Monet’s Water Lilies, among other impressionist and post impressionist works. If you don’t want to spend the day at the museum and have a taste for the macabre, wander through the Parisian catacombs, amaze of tunnels and crypts underneath the city streets where Parisians placed the bones of their dead for almost 30 years. In the evening, hop onboard a boat and cruise along the Seine and watch the twinkling lights of Paris go by.

Meals: Breakfast

Experiences: Walking tour of Paris| Visit the Louvre, Musée de l'Orangerie and Catacombs (entrance to be paid personally)| Night river cruise on the Seine

Day 6: Wednesday: Paris

This day is at leisure. You can revisit some of the stops of your walking tour, places that took your breath away or choose to spend the day heading to the upper floors of the Eiffel tower. Alternatively an afternoon amongst the books of the Shakespeare and Co books company would be a great day for book lovers.

Day 7: Thursday: Paris to Brugge (3.5 hours by train)

Say au revoir to Paris and head out to Brugge, a quaint Belgian town to get a glimpse of the typical Belgian life. A quaint town welcomes us for the day , as we settle into our B&B. The rest of the day is for discovering the town on foot. The Historical quarter, Minnewater lake, De Halve Haan brewery and the vibrant Markt and the simple commune life at the Benguinage.

Get your fill of Belgian delicacies and specialties in Beer, chocolate and fries. Forget the calorie count for a day and indulge in local food to truly understand the land you are discovering today.

Meals: Breakfast

Experiences: Local sights at Brugge | Local delicacies of fries, chocolate and beer

Day 8: Friday | Brugge to Amsterdam (3.5 hrs by train)

Hallo to Amsterdam! Famous for its coffeehouses (which serve more exciting substances than coffee), the red light area and it’s intricate canal network. In the evening, you can opt a for fun guided tour of the red light district, one of the oldest districts in Amsterdam. From coffeeshops and jazz clubs to sex theatres and smartshops, find out the realities and fictions of this storied district.

Meals: Breakfast

Experiences: Red Light district tour | Coffee shops

Day 9: Saturday: Amsterdam

We head out for a walking tour of Amsterdam. Our guided tour will take you through the history of Amsterdam, from its start as a muddy village on the River Amstel to becoming the most important trading city in Europe. Learn about the secrets of the city, from the wild history of prostitution and drug decriminalization, to the tragedy of Anne Frank’s story and Nazi occupation, this is a perfect introduction to Amsterdam. Visit the Anne Frank’s house where the iconic journal, Anne Frank’s Diary, was written. Step back in time as you explore the house’s hidden passageways and imagine how life was like under Nazi rule. Spend your last night in Amsterdam with a truly unique experience: delve into a real life escape game where you are locked in with a small group of maximum 6 people in a historic room and you have to “Sherlock” your way out of it using your collective intelligence and creativity! This promises to be great fun and an unforgettable night!

Meals: Breakfast

Experiences: Visit Anne Frank’s house (optional)| Guided walking tour of Amsterdam| Sherlocked (Add on)

Day 10: Sunday : Amsterdam return

Make your way back home, with a bag full of memories 

Meals: Breakfast

Add Ons

- The live tapas dinner at a local’s house on
Day 3 in Barcelona – 45 euros per head

- Louvre visit – 16 euros per head; Musée de l'Orangerie – 7.5 euros; Pompidou Centre – 13 euros; Catacombs – 10 euros ;Père Lachaise cemetery- free

- Giverny day trip on
Day 6 – 81 euros per head (includes transfers from hotel and back, entrance fee and tour guide)

- Red Light District tour on
Day 7 in Amsterdam – 12 euros per head

- A game of Sherlocked in a historic house on
Day 8 in Amsterdam – 120 euros for group of 6 pax; depending on number of people, cost can vary from 20-40 euros per head. This tour is subject to availability. Read more about Sherlocked here http://sherlocked.nl/

Cancellation Policy:

Please note our cancellation policy mentioned below.

• Cancellations made more than 30 days prior to the start of the journey are eligible for a 75% refund of the trip amount

• Cancellations made between 15-30 days prior to the start of the journey will be eligible for a 50% refund of the trip amount

• Cancellations made between 7-15 days prior to the start of the journey will be eligible for a 20% refund .

• Any cancellations made within 7 days of the date of the start of the journey will not be eligible for any refund.
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