I wish to travel to Anthen, Barcelona, Berlin, Paris, Prague, Rome, Venice and Vienna on my 21-30 days tour to Austria, France, Germany, Greece, Italy and Spain in the month of October. I am travelling with my soul mate. I am interested in Beaches, City Life, Cultural Visit, Mountains and Nature.

asked on 06 Sep 2016
Interest: Nature, Mountains, Cultural Visit, City Life, Beaches
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A travel plan for Barcelona, Paris, Berlin, Prague, Vienna, Venice, Rome and Athens is ready for you!

According to your selection you seem to cover all the amazing cities of Europe. I will try to cover the best among them and create a suitable itinerary for you so that it leads to a memorable trip of yours.


Day 1

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Barcelona is the capital and largest city of Catalonia and Spain's second largest city. It is a treasure trove of unique blend of Catalan culture, distinctive architecture, lively nightlife and trendy, stylish hotels. As per the flight schedule you will reach Barcelona by 19:50 hours. After resting for an hour or something you can take a stroll around the city and explore its nightlife. You can check out the lively nightlife in Madrid as there are numerous bars and clubs that caters to party animals. The diversity of the genres of clubs ensure that you can always find one that works for you.
There are numerous hotel options of hotels in Barcelona including Center-Ramblas, Inout, and Sun amp Moon Hostel and for more options you can visit here

La Sagrada Familia Museum

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The La Sagrada Familia Museum is housed in the building of the same name. The museum details the history and development of the Sagrada Familia and also gives fascinating insights into Gaudí himself. This museum offers a truly fascinating visit because you will see photos of the development of the Sagrada Familia from the present day back to its early beginnings. There's also a model of the Sagrada Familia depicting what it will look like once it's completed and it is predicted to happen in the next 30 years.

Catalan Museum of Archaeology

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Catalan Museum of Archaeology has many interesting archaeology exhibits cover periods during prehistoric times and ancient history. The curators have given particular emphasis on the archaeological remains from Catalunya. This museum is very interesting if you want to learn more about the ancient history of Catalunya and is well worth a visit if only for the novelty of subject material.

Gothic Quarter

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The Gothic Quarter is the center of the old city of Barcelona. The beautiful neighborhood known as the Gothic Quarter is so called because it used to be the Roman village and thus has some remnants of its glorious past. These days because of the constant modernization it is very possible to spot an ancient building right next to one built in the 90s. It is this mix of old and new that brings people from all over the world to stay in the Gothic Quarter.
After visiting these you can return to your hotel in the evening and rest for the next day.

Day 2

On the second day of your stay in Barcelona you can visit the Plaça d'Espanya,  Park Güell and Montserrat. 

Plaça d'Espanya

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Plaça Espanya is a lovely plaza just out of the centre of town, where many of the main roads in Barcelona, such as Gran Via and Paral.lel intersect. It is also home to Barcelona's old bull-fighting ring which is now nothing but a shell, albeit quite a beautiful one.The main draw to Plaça Espanya is the Palau Nacional which is the Museum of Catalan art, stands regally up on the side of Montjuïc. It's stunning and there is never a better time to see it than when it is lit up at night with the Magic Fountain in front.

Park Güell

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The Park Güell is a public park system composed of gardens and architectonic elements located on Carmelo Hill. Park Güell was commissioned by Eusebi Güell who wanted to create a stylish park for Barcelona aristocracy. The park contains amazing stone structures (see below), stunning tiling and fascinating buildings. You can see from this picture the Gaudí dragon fountain that is at the entrance to Güell Park. This dragon is adorned in beautiful colored tiling and there is something rather hypnotic and magical about it.


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Montserrat is a multi-peaked mountain located near the city of Barcelona, in Catalonia,  Spain. It is part of the Catalan Pre-Coastal Range. Montserrat is a spectacularly beautiful Benedictine monk mountain retreat about one hour North West from Barcelona by train. Not only is Montserrat Monastery of significant religious importance but the natural beauty surrounding the monastery is simply breathtaking.
At the end of the trip, you are free to enjoy the evening in one of Madrid’s bars or pubs and after that you can head back to your hotel.

Day 3

The itinerary of the fifth day should include Palau de la Música Catalana,  Castell de Montjuïc,  Magic fountain of Montjuic and Barceloneta Beach.

Palau de la Música Catalana

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The Palau de la Música Catalana is a concert hall in Barcelona,  Spain. Designed in the Catalan modernist style by the architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner, it was built between 1905 and 1908 for the Orfeó Català, a choral society founded in 1891 that was a leading force in the Catalan cultural movement that came to be known as the Renaixença (Catalan Rebirth).  It was funded by public donations and is one of the most iconic examples of Catalonia’s architectural and musical heritage.

Castell de Montjuïc

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Castell de Montjuïc is located just 20 minutes’ drive from the city of BarcelonaMontjuïc Castle is an old military fortress, with roots dating back from 1640, currently serving as a Barcelona municipal facility, built on top of Montjuïc hill in Barcelona, Catalonia,  Spain.

The Magic Fountain of Montjuïc

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The Magic Fountain of Montjuïc is a fountain located at the head of Avenida Maria Cristina in the Montjuïc neighborhood of Barcelona, Catalonia,  Spain. The fountain is situated below the Palau Nacional on the Montjuïc hill. The Magic Fountain is the main feature of the collection of waterfalls and ponds on Avinguda Maria Cristina, which stretches from the Palau Nacional to Plaça Espanya in Montjuïc. This is a spectacular fountain which is very popular because of its water arrangements, sound and lighting. 2, 600 liters of water are pumped through this great fountain per second in three concentric pools which have a water recirculation system.


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Barceloneta is the first of the Barcelona beaches and can therefore get quite busy during the summer months. The picture of Barceloneta beach above was taken on 3rd of October, and the sun is still shining! But it's not always like this. Some days can be overcast or even rainy -it's the luck of the draw. The best way to reach this amazing beach is by Metro. The nearest metro station to the beach is "Barceloneta" (Yellow Line, L4). You need to turn right on leaving the metro and cross the main road, continue walking straight along Passeig de Joan de Borbo for about 10 minutes. You will see the marina area on your right as you walk.
There are many things to do on the beach besides swim. One can go for windsurfing and kite surfing or you can also enjoy a refreshing drink from one of the many beach huts. Or, if you're in need to relax, just lie down and soak up the warmth of the Spanish sun with a good book.
You can spend half a day at the beach and return to your hotel by the evening as you have your flight to Paris is the morning.


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Paris is a very beautiful city and offers loads of attractions and activities to enjoy.
The flight from Barcelona to Paris is a direct flight. The flight no. 6374 of Ryanair will take off at 06:30 hours from Barcelona and will land in Paris at 08:30 hours.
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 other options also available in Paris, for the complete details you can visit here.

Day 4

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.

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 beauty.

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 5

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.
After a nice dinner you can end your day and head back to your hotel for a nice sleep.

Day 6

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.


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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 Berlin in the morning.

Day 7 - Berlin

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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 Die Hackeschen Hoefe, Berlin Wall,  Potsdamer Platz

Die Hackeschen Hoefe

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The Hackesche Höfe is a notable courtyard complex situated adjacent to the Hackescher Markt in the centre of Berlin. The complex consists of eight interconnected courtyards, accessed through a main arched entrance at number 40 Rosenthaler Straße.

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.

Day 9

This is the last day of your tour and on this day you can visit Kurfurstendamm (Kurfurstendam).

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 accommodation to rest as in the morning you need to head to Prague.


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Prague is a great walking city and we recommend that you bring comfortable shoes and hit the cobblestones. Three days are a good minimum to enjoy Prague's sights and magical atmosphere.
There are numerous hotel options suiting your budget in Prague that includes Residence Uvoz, Hotel Apartments Wenceslas Square, Hotel Praha and for more options you can visit here.

Day 10

On the first day in Prague you can visit Old Town (Stare Mesto), Mistral Café, Letna Park and enjoy a Jazz Boat tour.

Old Town

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This medieval heart of Prague bustles with tourists. No wonder — Old Town Square, the astronomical clock, the churches and the cobble stone side streets are so charming that it would almost be a crime not to walk around and soak up the history. Try to explore the narrow streets away from the center. You will meet fewer and fewer people and you will get even more carried away by the beauty of Old Town. Old Town hides plenty of Czech traditional pubs where the locals hang out. If you do not mind crowds, smoke or standing while drinking, stop by the pub U Zlatého Tygra. If you want to see the astronomical clock in action, be sure you are standing in front of Old Town Hall before the full hour.

Mistral Café

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Mistral Cafe is very popular among locals for its light and airy interior, great service and delicious food, ranging from Czech to international cuisine. Located near to Old Town Square, it provides an excellent stop for a snack or a drink any time of day. This place is family friendly and the prices are friendly, too. If you see beef steak with spinach and pepper sauce on the menu, go for it! In case the place is full and your stomach is growling, the restaurant Parlament, just opposite Mistral Cafe, is very good, too.

Letná Park

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Letná Park is on a hillside, providing spectacular views of Prague's Old Town. It is a great place to visit especially in the summer. The locals come here in the afternoon after work to enjoy the views, drink beers, eat take-away sausages and chat with their friends. If you brought your running shoes, this is definitely the place for jogging!

Jazz Boat tour

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A boat trip on the Vltava river in the evening is an excellent way to see Prague's best sights illuminated at night. The rides usually start at Dvořákovo nábřeží and go to Vyšehrad and back. There are plenty of providers to choose from. If you're not interested in organized boat trips, you can rent a paddle boat or a small boat for a reasonable price near Žofín. In summer you can stroll down to Náplavka at the river bank and mingle with locals, listen to live music, drink beers and watch the sunset behind Prague Castle.
With this you can call it a day and head back to your hotel for a nice sleep.

Day 11

The itinerary of the second day in Prague should include visits to Prague Castle (Prazsky hrad), Malostranska Beseda,  Lesser Quarter (Mala Strana),  Museum Kampa and Charles Bridge (Karluv Most).

Prague Castle (Prazsky hrad)

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The original seat of Czech kings — and now, Czech presidents — is a beautiful complex of palaces, churches, towers and gardens offering splendid views over the city. Saint Vitus Cathedral will leave you speechless and the tiny houses on Golden lane will give you a shimmering sense of its centuries-old history.

Malostranska Beseda

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Malá Strana has many great restaurants, but this one is special. Conveniently located in the arcade of Malostranský Square, Malostranska Beseda offers delicious Czech cuisine, the best Czech beers and great views of Saint Nicholas Church. In the summer, have a beer outside under the arcades and enjoy the people-watching. If you get there around lunchtime, order from the daily menu — it arrives quickly and for a very good price.

Mala Strana

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Mala Strana is my favorite area of Prague. Beautiful cobble stone streets will take you to hidden gardens and palaces, while cozy restaurants and cafes will soothe your body and soul. Kampa Park offers a great deal of greenery and is a popular place for locals and students to hang out.

Museum K&a

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Originally a mill by the river and nowadays a neat little art space and home to a unique collection of modern Central European Art. If you love work by František Kupka, this place is a heaven.

Charles Bridge (Karluv Most)

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The most iconic place in Prague,  Charles Bridge is a beautiful stone bridge with sculptures from the 14th century, with a tower on each side. Křižovnický Square on the Old Town side is probably the most beautiful square in Prague. I always have to stop and take a look at the tower, Charles's statue, the bridge and Prague Castle in the background.
After this you can head back to your accommodation for a nice sleep.

Day 12

On the third day you can visit Cafe Louvre, Lucerna Arcade Prague,  Wenceslas Square (Vaclavske Namesti), Riegrovy Sady Beer Garden and National Theatre.

Cafe Louvre

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This traditional café has a history spanning more than a hundred years, and its famous guests have included Franz Kafka, Karel Čapek and Albert Einstein. The café has preserved its ambiance, with a functionalist-style salon and a terrace, perfect in the summer, and here you can enjoy delicious food, an amazing interior and great service for a surprisingly low price.

Lucerna Arcade Prague

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Lucerna Arcade is one of the hidden passages near Wenceslas Square. It contains a remarkable historical cinema and a cafe on the top floor, while in the basement you can find an amazing music club, a fun night spot! During the day, just walk through the arcade, check out the provocative sculpture of Saint Vaclav sitting backwards on a horse, and then end up on a different street on the other side. The passages can take you almost everywhere.

Wenceslas Square (Vaclavske Namesti)

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With its art nouveau houses lining the almost 700-meter-long boulevard, this is the cultural and shopping heart of Prague. The statue of Saint Vaclav is the famous meeting point where all the adventures start.

Riegrovy Sady Beer Garden

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Riegrovy Sady, perched on a hill above the National Museum and Wenceslas Square, offers a plesant escape into greenery, overlooking the city center with Prague Castle in the background. Amazing for hanging out with friends, playing frisbee, picnics and relaxing with drinks.

National Theatre

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Visiting the National Theatre is a true cultural and artistic experience, and not only for the performance you are about to see, but because it represents the Czech will for independence. After the fire in the second half of the 19th century, the Czechs collected money for its renovation. And the result is beautiful: Golden rooftops, an amazing interior with paintings by Mikoláš Aleš and a curtain painted by Vojtěch Hynais.
After this you can head back to your accommodation for a nice sleep as the next day you need to head back to Vienna.


Day 13

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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 14

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 have to head to Venice. 


Day 15

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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.
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 16

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 head back to your hotel for a nice sleep as the next day you need to head to Rome.


Day 17

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Rome, the capital city of Italy and a paradise for people interested in culture and history. The key highlight of this city is the Colosseum and the irresistible Italian Food that attracts travellers from all over the world.
There are numerous luxury hotel options in Rome such as The Westin Excelsior Rome, Hassler Roma and for more options you can visit here.
On the first day of your stay you can visit Colosseum,  Trevi Fountain,  Roman Forum,  Spanish Steps and Pantheon.


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The Colosseum is also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre an elliptical amphitheatre in the centre of the city of Rome,  Italy. This amphitheatre is made of concrete and stone, it used to be the largest amphitheatre of the Roman Empire and now it is the largest amphitheatre in the world.

Trevi Fountain

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The Fontana di Trevi - or Trevi Fountain is a fountain in Rome,  Italy. It is the largest Baroque fountain in the city and the most beautiful in the world. There is a traditional legend if you throw a coin into the fountain, you are ensured a return to Rome.

Roman Forum

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The Roman Forum is a rectangular plaza surrounded by the ruins of several important ancient government buildings at the center of the city of Rome. This place used to be a marketplace of Rome and one of the famous attractions of Rome.

Spanish Steps

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The Spanish Steps are a set of steps in Rome,  Italy, climbing a steep slope between the Piazza di Spagna at the base and Piazza Trinità dei Monti, dominated by the Trinità dei Monti church at the top. These are considered as the widest staircase in Europe.
With this you can call it a day and return to your hotel to have a nice sleep.


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The Pantheon is a building in Rome,  Italy, which is a temple to all the gods of ancient Rome. It was commissioned by Marcus Agrippa during the reign of Augustus and rebuilt by the emperor Hadrian about 126 AD. The building's sole source of light is the opening at the dome's apex (the oculus). Many famous Italians are buried in the Pantheon.
After this you can return to your hotel by the night.

Day 18

On this day you can visit the majestic Apennine Mountains.

Apennine Mountains

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The Apennine Mountains are located almost 2 hours and thirty minutes’ drive from the city of Rome. Apennine Range or the Apennines, Italian Appennino, is a series of mountain ranges bordered by narrow coastlands that form the physical backbone of peninsular Italy. The geologic youth of the Apennines and a great variety of rock types are responsible for the rugged appearance of the range today.
You can spend a day exploring this amazing mountains and return to your hotel by the night as you need to head to Athens the next day.


Day 19

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Athens is a beautiful place to visit and is filled with so much exciting things. The city represents the past in a modern way. As per the flight schedule you will reach by 22:40 hours so you can rest and have a nice sleep and start your tour from the next day.
There are numerous hotel options in Athens that includes Miramare Hotel, Hotel Fresh and for more options you can visit here.

Day 20

On the first day of your tour you can cover Acropolis of Athens,  Temple of Olympian Zeus,  Lykavittos Hill, The Ancient Agora,  Anafiotika,  National Garden and Odeon of Herodes Atticus.

Acropolis of Athens

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The Acropolis of Athens is an ancient citadel located on a high rocky outcrop above the city. The Acropolis of Athens and its monuments are universal symbols of the classical spirit and civilization and form the greatest architectural and artistic complex bequeathed by Greek Antiquity to the world.

Temple of Olympian Zeus

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The Temple of Olympian Zeus is also known as the Olympieion or Columns of the Olympian Zeus. It is a colossal ruined temple in the centre Athens that was dedicated to Zeus, king of the Olympian gods. The temple's glory was short-lived, as it fell into disuse after being pillaged in a barbarian invasion in the 3rd century AD. It was probably never repaired and was reduced to ruins thereafter.

Lykavittos Hill

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Lykavittos is the highest hill in Athens, and is visible from all over the city. A funicular brings visitors to the top of the hill, which offers great views over the Acropolis and the city of Athens.
With this you can call it a day and then head back to your hotel for a nice sleep.

Day 21

The itinerary of the third day in Athens should include The Ancient Agora,  Anafiotika,  National Garden and Odeon of Herodes Atticus.

The Ancient Agora

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The ancient Agora of Athens is a major archaeological site and a very important place in terms of its influence in the world. That's a big statement, but well deserved for a place that was the heart of idea exchanges during the classical era. The ideas forged in this marketplace have influenced the way we think to our day.


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Anafiotika is a scenic tiny neighbourhood of Athens, part of old historical neighbourhood called Plaka. The First houses were built in the era of Otto of Greece when workers from the island of Anafi came to Athens in order to work as constructor workers in the refurbishment of King Othon's Palace.

National Garden

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The National Garden is a public park in the center of the Greek capital,  Athens. It is located directly behind the Greek Parliament building (The Old Palace) and continues to the South to the area where the Zappeion is located.

Odeon of Herodes Atticus

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The Odeon of Herodes Atticus in Athens: Built at the base of the Acropolis, the ancient amphitheatre of Herodeion, also known as the Odeon of Herodus Atticus, is today one of the best places to experience a live classical theatre performance. This ancient theater was built in the Roman times, in about 161 A.D. by the Roman philosopher, teacher and politician Herodes Atticus.
After this you can head back to your hotel for a nice sleep to refresh yourself.

Day 22

On the fourth day you can visit Syntagma Square,  Erechtheion,  Temple of Hephaestus and Philopappos Monument.

Philopappos Monument

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The Philopappos Monument is an ancient Greek mausoleum and monument dedicated to Gaius Julius Antiochus Epiphanes Philopappos or Philopappus, a prince from the Kingdom of Commagene.

Temple of Hephaestus

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The Temple of Hephaestus is a well-preserved Greek temple and it remains standing largely as built. It is a Doric peripteral temple, and is located at the north-west side of the Agora of Athens, on top of the Agoraios Kolonos hill.


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The Erechtheion or Erechtheum is an ancient Greek temple which was dedicated to both Athena and Poseidon. The Erechtheion has suffered a messed up history of misuse and neglect, but with its important position above the city and porch of six Caryatids, it remains one of the most distinctive buildings from antiquity in Athens.

Syntagma Square

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Syntagma Square is the most important square in Athens; it is constantly crowded with locals and tourists alike. The square is bordered on the east side by the Hellenic Parliament Building.
With this you can call it a day and then head back to your hotel.

Day 23

The fifth day of your trip should be spend on the beach so you can head to Vouliagmeni.


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Vouliagmeni is one of the best-organized beaches offering all types of beach facilities. Tennis and volleyball courts, play area for children, water slide, individual cabins and a restaurant are some of the features that make the area quite famous among Athenians. It is located 23 km south of the city centre and is easily accessed with local buses. In the wider region you will find seaside cafes and restaurants.
You can spend a whole day here and then head back to your hotel for a nice sleep.

Day 24

On the sixth day of your trip you can go for a day trip to Delphi.


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Delphi is located approximately two hours and twenty minutes’ drive from Athens so you can depart early morning to spend a full day here.
Delphi is one of the most important archaeological sites in Greek history. You can take full-day trip from Athens and explore the UNESCO World Heritage-listed town, home to the Temple of Apollo, and stroll around Delphi Archaeological Museum and learn all about Greek mythology and history while seeing fascinating monuments, and visit the pretty town of Arachova on the journey back to Athens.
After exploring this you can head back to Athens as you got your flight back to your hometown.

Day 25

This is the last day of your trip you need to head back to your hometown. Make sure you pack all your belongings carefully and reach airport three hours’ prior your flight timings. 
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!
Ridhima Arora

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Cities Covered: Amsterdam, Munich (Muenchen), Rome, Florence, Venice
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