DAY 1-2: Rome, Italy

What better way to start a trip to Europe than at the Vatican City in Rome? Italy is THE place to go for quintessential European architecture and art.

Revel at the masterpiece of the Sistine Chapel, feast your eyes upon the intricate details of St. Peter’s Basilica, and be awed by the magnificent Colosseum.

DAY 3: Siena, Italy

Escape from the city and visit the picturesque Medieval Village in Chiantishire, a delightful stretch of countryside located in Siena.

Explore the winding streets in the Historic Centre of Siena, a well-preserved city that was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Day 4: Tuscany, Italy

Here’s where you can visit Piazza dei Miracoli and its iconic trio attractions: the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Baptistery and the Duomo.

Day 5: Venice, Italy

As a city built on water, the unique yet effective way to get around in Venice is by a private water taxi, and it’s a must-try!

You may also wish to try a gondola boat ride through the canals of Venice, for that iconic photo opportunity that looks like something right out of a Venice brochure.

Day 6: Milan, Italy

The fashion metropolis! Make Sforza Castle your first stop, where noble lords of Milan used to reside. Drop by the grandiose Milan Cathedral for some shots of the elaborate Gothic exterior facade.

Day 7: Lucerne and Mt. Titlis, Switzerland

Visit the oldest wooden bridge in Switzerland, the Old Chapel Bridge, decorated with old paintings under its roof. Then proceed to take a walk through the Old Town with its unspoiled buildings covered with colourful murals.

Day 8: Interlaken and Bernese Oberland, Switzerland

Head to Interlaken, a scenic resort town that is presided over by the mighty Eiger Mönch and Jungfraumountains.

Be blown away by the most amazing views of the Alpine wonderland on Jungfraujoch, also known as the “Top of Europe”.

Day 9: Bernese Oberland and Black Forest

Cross the border over to the enchanting Black Forest in Germany to first visit the famed Lake Titisee. Admire the gorgeous scenery overlooking the sparkling waters and attend a demonstration on cuckoo-clock making.

Day 10-13: Paris, France

There’s so much to see in Paris! Classic, must-visit sights in Paris include Champs-Élysées, Place de la Concorde, Louvre Museum

and its iconic Louvre Pyramid, and Palais Garnier Paris Opera House.

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