This morning cross the English Channel by ferry or Eurotunnel. Visit the capital city of Belgium, Brussels. On arrival start with a photo stop at the most iconic structure of Brussels, The Atomium followed by the famous Mannekin Pis Statue and the Grand Place. Note: on occasions there can be severe delays crossing the English Channel and therefore a city tour of Brussels will be replaced by city tour of Zurich on day two.
Drive to the Black Forest region in South Germany; home to the well-known Black Forest gateau and the world famous cuckoo clocks. Enjoy a demonstration on how the cuckoo clocks are made and have an opportunity to purchase one, along with other souvenirs. Later, travel to Switzerland and walk around the largest plain waterfalls in Europe, the Rhine Falls. Later, drive to Lucerne; here view the Lion Monument and one of the oldest wooden bridges in the world, the Chapel Bridge
Ascend 10.000ft to the summit of Mt. Titlis. Take the world’s first revolving cable car, the Titlis Rotair. Enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of surrounding Swiss landscapes. At Mt. Titlis have free time to play in the snow, visit the ice caves or take a professional photo in traditional Swiss costumes. After, continue to Interlaken; where you can enjoy a walk on the main street and admire breathtaking scenery. Later depart for Geneva, to see the United Nations building, Flower clock and the Jet d’Eau (operation permitting).
Depart early for Paris (approximate drive time will be six hours). On arrival enjoy a cruise along the River Seine. The cruise is perfectly designed to discover and admire the rich architecture such as the Eiffel Tower, Musée d’Orsay, Notre Dame Cathedral and more. Later, have a short orientation tour to admire the amazing architecture of Paris.
Note: River Seine cruise maybe covered on day five.
Today embark on a journey to the top floor of the Eiffel Tower - the most famous monument in France. From this vantage point, enjoy breathtaking views of this amazing city. In the early afternoon, drive back to Calais for the channel crossing, then bid farewell to the group before arriving at the drop off point.
Note: Visit to Eiffel Tower maybe covered on day four.
Note: On occasions, due to large events, traffic, logistics and availability of reservations, it may be necessary to change the above itinerary. However all aspects of the itinerary will be covered.