I wish to travel to Amsterdam, Berlin, Milan, Paris, Venice and Vienna on my 11-15 days tour to Austria, France, Germany, Italy and Netherlands in the month of July. I am travelling alone. I am interested in Beaches, City Life, Heritage and Monument. I am looking for economy hotel with US$ 20 per night and should be in city center. Can you also arrange a direct, indirect flight for me in economy class.

asked on 21 Apr 2016 India
Interest: City Life, Beaches, Heritage, Monument
Priya
Travel Expert
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Hi
The cities chosen by you are among the best and the most visited cities of Europe and they are loaded with lots of exciting places to see that suits your interests as well. I would suggest you to skip Milan due to lack of time. I will try my level best to create an interesting itinerary for you so that it leads to an amazing trip of yours.

Basic Travelling Details

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Flight Details
There are many flight options available as per your trip, but I would suggest you to travel via Jet Airways and Lufthansa. The total budget of your flights from Vishakhapatnam to Paris, and return flight from Venice to Vishakhapatnam will cost 60, 998 INR per person. 
 
Flight 1
The flight from Vishakhapatnam to Paris will have two flight changes in between, DEL New Delhi, India and the other at MUC Munich, Germany. The flight no. 603 of Jet Airways will take off at 09:10 hours from Vishakhapatnam and will land in New Delhi at 11:30 hours. After waiting for thirteen hours and fifteen minutes you need to board flight no. 763 of Lufthansa. The flight will take off at 00:45 hours from New Delhi and will land in Munich at 05:30 hours. Further waiting for one hour you need to board flight no. 2226 of Lufthansa that will take off at 06:30 hours from Munich and will land at 08:05 hours in Paris. 
 
Flight 2 
The return flight from Venice to Vishakhapatnam will also have two flight changes in between, one at FRA Frankfurt am Main, Germany and the other at BOM Mumbai, India. The flight no. 331 of Lufthansa will take off at 19:120 hours from Venice and will land in Frankfurt at 20:45 hours. After waiting for sixteen hours and fifty minutes you need to board flight no. 756 of Lufthansa. The flight will take off at 13:35 hours from Frankfurt and will land in Mumbai at 01:05 hours. Further waiting for five hours and thirty minutes you need to board flight no. 979 of Jet Airways that will take off at 06:35 hours from Mumbai and will land at 08:40 hours in Vishakhapatnam

Time Difference

India is 4 hours and 30 minutes ahead of Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin, Vienna and Venice

Currency

The currency of the of Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin, Vienna and Venice is Euro. 
 
1 Euro = 74.6164 INR
 
1 INR = 0.01337 Euro

Paris

Day 1

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Paris is a very beautiful city and offers loads of attractions and activities to enjoy.
 
 
There are various options for hotels in Paris, from budget to Luxury. If you are looking for a luxury hotel you can stay at Renaissance Paris Vendome Hotel, Pershing Hall. There are various budget options also available in Paris, for the complete details you can visit here.
 
On the first day you can visit Musee Grevin,  Arc De Triomphe, and Eiffel Tower and Sienne River Cruise.

Musee Grevin

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The Musee Grevin is famous for its more than 250 wax statues of past and present celebrities. It also accommodates a hall of mirrors and many other attractions. Don’t forget to have the pleasure of taking pictures with your favourite celebrities at Grévin. The Museum remains open from 10:00 am to 06:30 pm on Monday to Friday and till 07:00 pm on Saturday and Sunday.

Arc De Triomphe

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The Arc de Triomphe de lÉtoile is one of the most famous monuments and a must see in Paris. It is the symbol of patriotism as this triumphal arch is made in honour of, in particular, those who fought during the Napoleonic Wars. You will seriously fell in love this place for its majestic beauty.
 
The Indian restaurants near Arc De Triomphe are Kirane's at 85 Avenue des Ternes Paris and Villa Punjab at 15 Rue Léon Jost,  Paris.

Eiffel Tower & Sienne River Cruise

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Eiffel Tower is one of the reasons that people visit Paris thus it should not be missed. You can even enjoy a dinner at the famous restaurant "Le 58 Tour Eiffel" which is situated on the 1st Floor of the Eiffel Tower and enjoy the three-course traditional French cuisine with wine at the restaurant. After the amazing dinner you can go for cruise on the river cruise to experience the illuminations of the famous Seine bridges sliding.
  
With this you can call it a day and head back to your hotel. 

Day 2

The itinerary of the second day in Paris will include visits to Louvre,  Sacred Heart Basilica of Montmartre (Sacre-Coeur),  Saint Sulpice and Wine Tasting at Les Caves Augé.

The Louvre

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The Louvre museum is one the largest museum in the world and also a historical monument. The museum features nearly 400, 000 exhibits of art and history and it is also the home of the famous painting Mona Lisa. The museum remains closed on Tuesday and it remains open from 09:00 am to 06:00 pm on Sunday, Monday, Thursday amp Saturday. The opening hours on Wednesday and Friday are 09:00 am to 10:00 pm.

Sacred Heart Basilica of Montmartre (Sacre-Coeur)

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Sacre-Coeur is a Roman Catholic Church and minor basilica situated at the highest point in Paris on the hill of Montmartre which allows exciting views of Paris. The main attraction of this church is its crypts the organ and the famous mosaic of Christ in Majesty.

Saint Sulpice

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The Saint Sulpice is a huge Catholic Church that represents baroque style of architecture. The church is the second largest church in Paris and has gained popularity after its mention in the famous The Da Vinci Code.

Wine Tasting at Les Caves Augé

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The Les Caves Augé is a huge wine shop renowned for the best quality wine and champagnes in Paris. It really leaves everyone spellbound with the large number of bottles filled with high quality spirits. It also offers a chance to taste these wines and you can even meet local winemakers from different regions and experience history served with different wines.

Day 3

The third day of your trip in Paris we will visit Marche Aux Puces De St-Ouen (market),  Grand Palais,  Notre Dame Cathedral,  Jardin des Tuileries and Champs-Élysées.

Marche Aux Puces De St-Ouen (market)

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Marché aux Puces de St-Ouen (Porte de Clignancourt) is one the most famous and biggest flea market in Paris. It is a large complex of 2, 500 to 3, 000 open stalls and shops in the northern part of the city. The market is famous for antiques, junk, vintage, new clothing and many more things. This market is very colourful because of a large number of different stalls and vendors.

Grand Palais

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The Grand Palais is a large historic site, exhibition hall and museum complex. The Grand Palais in Paris is the iconic monument where biggest exhibitions are showcased because of its vast spaces. There are many events hosted like famous FIAC, Paris Photo, catwalk shows during Fashion Week and many more.

Notre- Dame Cathedral

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The Notre Dame Cathedral is the most famous Catholic church of Paris. The Cathedral is also the official chair of the archbishop of Paris. The Cathedral is well known for its majestic architecture that attracts millions of tourists from around the world.

Jardin des Tuileries

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Jardin des Tuileries is a historical public garden. This garden is designed is Italian style and it offers lush green environment with fresh air. The garden also has set of statues and antiques from the past. This place provides a very relaxing environment and a close to nature environment. The admission into the garden is free.

Ch&s-Élysées

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Champs-Élysées is the best place to spend an evening. The street is one of the most expensive and the most famous streets in the world. It accommodates many cinemas, cafés, luxury specialty shops and the street is lined with the chestnut trees on both the sides.
 
You can enjoy the lights and liveliness of the street and dine at any of the restaurants in the street and then return to your hotel.
 
After this you can head back to your hotel by the evening to rest as the next day you need to head to Amsterdam.

Amsterdam

Day 4

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Amsterdam is the known as the Dutch Capital of Netherlands which makes it the most important city of Netherlands. The city is loaded with many attractions and even accommodates some beaches.
  
 
There are numerous options for hotels in Amsterdam varying from budget to luxury. Some of them are Bed and Breakfast Tulip Gallery, Bickersbed, Spiegelkwartier BampB and many more.
 
For more options visit here.
 
On the first day in Amsterdam you can visit Rijksmuseum,  Heineken Experience,  Oude Kerk,  Vondel Park, Leidseplein and you can go for Canal Cruises. 

Riksmuseum (National Museum)

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The Rijksmuseum is the known as the World’s famous national museum as it houses a great collection of paintings from the Dutch Golden Age. The key highlight of this museum is Rembrandt's Night Watch on display. The museum’s ticket costs nearly 12.5€ per person.

Oude Kerk

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The Oude Kerk is the Amsterdam’s oldest building and the oldest parish church. The church is famous for its huge vaulted ceiling which is regarded as the largest in the Western Europe. A ticket to this building costs nearly 5€ per person.

Heineken Experience

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The Heineken Experience located in Amsterdam, is a historic brewery and corporate visitor centre for the internationally distributed Dutch pilsner, Heineken beer. It houses a very amusing interactive museum which you will surely enjoy. A ticket to the museum costs 16 to 18 Euros.

Vondel Park

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Vondel Park is a very famous public park of Amsterdam where residents as well as the tourists spend hours relaxing near its beautiful pond. It has many play areas and an open air theatre that serves as a popular venue for concerts.

Canal Cruises

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A trip to Amsterdam is worthless without experiencing the famous Canal Cruises in Amsterdam. It’s the best way to experience the beauty of Amsterdam in an exciting way. A canal tour may take nearly one hour and may cost 13 to 20 Euros per person.

Leidseplein

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Leidseplein is a busy square at the southern end of Amsterdam's central canal ring, almost facing the popular Vondelpark. There are many exciting things to do in this square as the fun and excitement take a whole new level in the evening and nights. The square and side streets are packed with restaurants and nightclubs where you can have a full taste of Amsterdam’s nightlife.
 
With this you can call it a day and head towards your hotel to rest and a nice sleep.

Day 5

The itinerary of the second day in Amsterdam should include Anne Frank House,  Nieuwe Kerk,  Van Gogh Museum,  Begijnhof and Red Light District.

Anne Frank House

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The Anne Frank House is a popular museum dedicated to Jewish wartime diarist Anne Frank, who hid from Nazi persecution with her family and four other people in hidden rooms at the rear of the building. The museum depicts the whole story of the two years of stay of Anne Frank and other people. A ticket to the museum costs 8 to 9 Euros per person.

Nieuwe Kerk

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The Nieuwe Kerk is a 15th century church of a very high order.  The Nieuwe Kerk is no longer used for church services but is used as an exhibition space. There is a café in one of the buildings attached to the church that has an entrance to the church. It also houses a museum store inside the entrance that sells postcards, books, and gifts related to the church and its exhibitions.

Van Gogh Museum

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The Van Gogh Museum is known for its unique experience as it contains the largest collection of paintings by Vincent van Gogh in the world. The museum also houses an extensive offer of exhibitions on various subjects from 19th-century art history. An entry ticket to the museum costs 14 Euros per person.

Begijnhof

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The Begijnhof is an enclosed courtyard dating from the early 14th century. It is one of the oldest and houses a group of historic buildings, mostly private dwellings, and centre on it. Presently it is also the site of the English Reformed Church.

Red Light District

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The Red Light District area offers the vibrant side of the Amsterdam. You can roam around in the lane like any other place. It’s the most famous attraction of the city and attracts many tourists from around the world.
 
Indian Restaurants in Amsterdam
 
1. Shiva at Reguliersdwarsstraat 72,  Amsterdam,  Netherlands
 
2. Motimahal Indian Restaurant at Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 34,  Amsterdam,  Netherlands
 
3. Memories of India at Reguliersdwarsstraat 88,  Amsterdam,  Netherlands
 
After visiting this you can return to your hotel for a nice sleep to refresh yourself for next day.

Day 6

The sixth day of your tour should include a day trip to Haarlem, a beautiful city near Amsterdam.

Haarlem

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Haarlem is known as the small Amsterdam and is a famous destination for day trips from Amsterdam. As per the train schedule you will reach 08:23 in the morning. You can leave your luggage at some hotel and take a stroll around this city.
 
The main attractions that can be covered in one day in Haarlem are as follows: Grote Markt,  Hofjes,  Teylers Museum,  Frans Hals Museum and Het Dolhuys.

Grote Market

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You can take a stroll around the Grote Markt which is the central market square of Haarlem. It has a number of stalls, restaurants, pubs, museums and many more. The key highlight of this square is the Gothic Sint-Bavokerk (St. Bavo Church) known for its quirky interior details and world-famous Christian Mueller organ.

Hofjes

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The hofjes are immaculately manicured courtyards that are the pride of Haarlem. There are many famous hofjes like Bakenesserkamer, Bruinings Hofje, In den Groenen Tuyn, Wijnbergshofje and many more.

Teylers Museum

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The Teylers Museum is the first and oldest museum in the Netherlands. The museum is famous “treasure room for art and science" because of its eclectic permanent collection, from fossils and skeletons to Old Masters and much more. The museum remains open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 am to 05:00 pm except Saturday amp Sunday it opens from 12 noon and it remains closed on Monday.

Frans Hals Museum

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The Frans Hals Museum is a museum dedicated to the works of famous painter named Frans Hals. In addition to paintings by Hals, the museum also houses works by his predecessors and his contemporaries. The museum has furniture, ceramics, glass and silver on display. The earliest showcased paintings date from the 16th century and they are primarily biblical depictions.

Het Dolhuys

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Het Dolhuys is a national museum for psychiatry in Haarlem. The mission of this museum is to explore the definition, perception, and boundaries of madness in its provocative temporary exhibits. This place is one of its kind and I would suggest you to do give it a visit.
 
After covering these places, you can explore the city by yourself or you can even go for a biking tour of Haarlem and by the night return to Amsterdam as the next day you need to head to back to Kochi.

Berlin

Day 7

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Berlin the capital of Germany and also one of the 16 states of Germany. The city is bursting full of buskers and street performers everywhere.
 
 
There are numerous hotel options in Berlin including Academy Hotel, Apartment in Kreuzberg / Friedrichshain and for more options you can visit here.
 
On the first day of your trip you can visit Brandenburg Gate (Brandenburger Tor) and Museum Island.

Brandenburg Gate (Brandenburger Tor)

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The Brandenburg Gate (German: Brandenburger Tor) is an 18th-century neoclassical triumphal arch in Berlin, one of the best-known landmarks of Germany. It is built on the site of a former city gate that marked the start of the road from Berlin to the town of Brandenburg an der Havel.

Museum Island

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Museum Island (German: Museumsinsel) is the name of the northern half of an island in the Spree river in the central Mitte district of Berlin,  Germany, the site of the old city of Cölln. It is so called for the complex of five internationally significant museums, all part of the Berlin State Museums that occupy the island's northern part.
 
After this you can return to your hotel for rest.

Day 8

On your second day in Berlin you can visit Berlin Wall, Potsdamer Platz and Kurfurstendamm (Kurfurstendam).

Berlin Wall

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The Berlin Wall (German: Berliner Mauer) was a barrier that existed from 1961 through 1989, constructed by the German Democratic Republic.

Potsdamer Platz

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Potsdamer Platz or the Potsdam Square is an important public square and traffic intersection in the centre of Berlin. It is an ultramodern square that showcases the new and busy side of Berlin: Many famous architects, such as Renzo Piano, worked after the fall of the Berlin’s wall to build this fancy new area, complete with skyscrapers, modern offices, shops and cinemas.

Kurfurstendamm (Kurfurstendam)

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The Kurfürstendamm, known locally as the Ku'damm, is one of the most famous avenues in Berlin. The street takes its name from the former Kurfürsten (prince-electors) of Brandenburg. This very broad, long boulevard can be considered the Champs-Élysées of Berlin — full of shops, houses, hotels and restaurants. In particular, many fashion designers have their shops there, as well as several car manufacturers' show rooms.
 
After this you can head back to your hotel to have a nice dinner and sleep.

Day 9

This is the last day of your tour in Berlin and on this day you can visit Die Hackeschen Hoefe.

Die Hackeschen Hoefe

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It is an old-town district, historically inhabited by Jews and French immigrants, Die Hackeschen Höfe was completely renovated in 1993. Today it's a residential and commercial complex, consisting of eight hidden courtyards filled with shops, galleries and restaurants. It's a popular meeting place for party-goers, artists, and also tourists.
 
You can spend rest of the day at leisure and you can explore the city at your own. After this you can head back to your accommodation to rest as in the morning you need to head to Vienna.

Vienna

Day 10

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Vienna is the capital of Austria and it offers many tourist attractions.
 
 
There are many hotel options in Vienna that includes Pension Stadthalle, Hostel amp Guesthouse Kaiser 23 and for more options you can visit here.
 
On the first day of your trip you can visit St. Stephens Cathedral,  Hofburg Palace /Imperial Palace,  Leopold Museum and St. Charles Church.

St. Stephens Cathedral

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This cathedral is the most important and famous Catholic church of Vienna. The main attraction of this church is its colorful tiled roof set in a diamond pattern and the two towers which attracts major tourists of Vienna. The other major attractions of this church are its tower and pulpit. The tower of the cathedral offers the panoramic views of the city.

Hofburg Palace / Imperial Palace

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This palace used to serve as the residence for royal families for ages and now it has been transformed as a site that houses three museums. These museums portrays the traditions and life of the royal families. The exhibits include the decorations, furniture, tableware, utensils and many more articles of the Imperial Palace.

Leopold Museum

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This museum displays the largest collections of the Modern Art of Austria. The Leopold museum is mainly famous for the largest Egon Schiele Collection. The collections of this museum consist of more than 5000 artefacts.

St. Charles Church

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St. Charles Church is known for its baroque styled architecture. The church’s façade has two columns that portray the life of St. Charles Borromeo. The main highlight of the church is the altar that displays the painting of the saint ascending to the heaven.

Day 11

The itinerary of the second day in Vienna should include House of the Sea and Tiergarten Schönbrunn.

House of the Sea

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The House of the Sea is the Austria’s largest aquarium that displays various fresh and salt water marine creatures. The aquarium houses attractions namely Croc Park, Terrarium, Adventure Aquarium "Brandungsriff",    Stalactite Cave Grotto and House of the Tropics. The aquarium also provides feeding sessions and guided tours.

Tiergarten Schönbrunn

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Tiergarten Schönbrunn is the world's oldest zoo is indeed an unforgettable experience, and one that no visitor to Vienna should miss. The zoo is the part of the imperial summer residence of Schönbrunn, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It houses more than 700 animal species, some of them threatened, have found a home here and a chance for survival as a species. From A as in anteater to Z as in zebra: A visit to the Schönbrunn Zoo is a tour through every continent in the fascinating world of animals. See giant pandas, Siberian tigers, orangutans, and elephants, or immerse yourself in the Amazon and experience the tropical rain forest.
 
After this you can also explore Vienna through the Horse carriage ride which is among the most popular activity in Vienna.
 
With this you can call it a day and return to your hotel for a nice sleep as the next day you got head to Venice.

Venice

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Venice is one of the noted romantic cities in the world and a trip to Italy is incomplete without a visit to this beautiful city.
 
 
There are many hotels in Venice like Ostello Venezia, BampB S.Marco, BampB Arabesque and many more. For more options you can visit here.

Day 12

The attractions that should be visited on the first day in Venice should be Piazza San Marco,  Grand Canal,  Ca' Rezzonico and Venice Jazz Club.

Piazza San Marco

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It is the Venice's largest piazza and also known as Saint Mark's Square. This square is loaded with many cafes,  shops, museums. This place is mainly known for its architecture and sea.

Grand Canal

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This place is the must see in Venice known for its boat rides and water buses and taxis. It is Venice's main water thoroughfare, surrounded by great Renaissance palaces. This place is quite colorful and offers spectacular views of Gondolas ans Vaporetti. You seriously can’t miss this one.

Ca' Rezzonico

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It is a Venetian palace on the Grand Canal which is now a public museum that exhibits some great masterpieces of Venetian art. The exhibits include various paintings by famous painters like Pietro Longhi, Francesco Guardi, collections of antique furniture of Venetian glass that depicts the skills of the past.

Venice Jazz Club

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This jazz club is the only Jazz club in Venice, which is famous for its live performances. The club offers great performances of different genres like classic and modern jazz, Latin jazz and many more.
 
With this you can call it a day and head back to your hotel to have a refresh yourself for the next day.

Day 13

The itinerary of the second day of your stay in Venice should include a visit to Rialto Bridge (Ponte di Rialto), Saint Mark's Basilica (Basilica di San Marco) and Giardini di Castello.

Rialto Bridge (Ponte di Rialto)

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This bridge is known as the heart of Venice as it is one of the top attractions of Venice. This bridge is surrounded by many shops and it is the gateway to the famous Rialto Market. This an arched bridge which is lined with arcades on both sides. There are various shops under the arcade that attracts many tourists.

Saint Mark's Basilica (Basilica di San Marco)

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It is the Venice’s most famous cathedral which is known for its extraordinary architecture. The main attractions of this cathedral are Horses of Saint Mark, Tetrarchs and the interior is decorated with beautiful Mosaics, the treasury and many other beautiful artefacts.

Giardini di Castello

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Since its inception in 1895, the Biennial has used this garden as a venue for the International Exhibition for the Visual Arts. The grounds include many pavilions, including the large Italian Pavilion, as well as numerous other buildings and structures. The gardens are only open when the Biennale is running.
 
With this you can call it a day and return to your hotel for a nice sleep as the next day you got your early morning return flight.

Day 14

This is the last day of your trip you need to head back to Vishakhapatnam. Your return flight is scheduled in the evening so make sure you pack all your belongings carefully and reach airport three hours’ prior your flight timings. 
 
The return flight from Venice to Vishakhapatnam will also have two flight changes in between, one at FRA Frankfurt am Main, Germany and the other at BOM Mumbai, India. The flight no. 331 of Lufthansa will take off at 19:120 hours from Venice and will land in Frankfurt at 20:45 hours. After waiting for sixteen hours and fifty minutes you need to board flight no. 756 of Lufthansa. The flight will take off at 13:35 hours from Frankfurt and will land in Mumbai at 01:05 hours. Further waiting for five hours and thirty minutes you need to board flight no. 979 of Jet Airways that will take off at 06:35 hours from Mumbai and will land at 08:40 hours in Vishakhapatnam
 
I hope the destinations mentioned, according to your interest will lead to a memorable trip. I wish you return with the most exciting experience and memories of your life. 
 
Have a wonderful trip!
 
Priya Singh

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