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Price per PersonStarts CanadaEnds CanadaLand OnlySingle room supplement7 Jul'12 - 18 Aug'12 Other departures C$610 C$730Triple room reductionC$20Early payment discount 12 months C$27010 months C$200 6 months C$1352nd trip discountSAVE up to C$150 p.p.Young traveler discountC$270Unused London AccommodationPrices are per person per night C$115D *Air Trafalgar guarantees to quote you the lowest possible airfare available on the day that you book. Please note that airfares are not included in the prices above. See page 13 for full details.For Trafalgar's other great savings, air details and extra night accommodation please see pages 12-13 and 80.18 days from C$2825Reference: EIMPThu29 MarSun15 Apr2950Thu12 AprSun29 Apr2950Thu19 AprSun6 May2950Thu26 AprSun13 May2950Thu3 MaySun20 May2950Thu10 MaySun27 May2950Thu17 MaySun3 Jun2950Thu24 MaySun10 Jun2950Thu31 MaySun17 Jun2950Thu7 JunSun24 Jun2950Thu14 JunSun1 Jul2950Thu21 JunSun8 Jul2925Thu28 JunSun15 Jul2925#Sat7 JulSun22 Jul2599#Sat14 JulSun29 Jul2599#Sat21 JulSun5 Aug2599#Sat28 JulSun12 Aug2599#Sat4 AugSun19 Aug2599#Sat11 AugSun26 Aug2599#Sat18 AugSun2 Sep2599Thu23 AugSun9 Sep2950Thu30 AugSun16 Sep2999Thu6 SepSun23 Sep2999Thu13 SepSun30 Sep2999Thu20 SepSun7 Oct2999Thu27 SepSun14 Oct2999Thu4 OctSun21 Oct2999Thu11 OctSun28 Oct2999Sat15 DecTue1 Jan2899Mon31 DecThu17 Jan2825FRANCESWITZERLANDCZECHREPUBLICITALYGERMANYAUSTRIABELGIUMENGLANDHOLLANDTuscanyCôted'AzurAdriaticSeaEnglish ChannelLONDONDOVERCALAISAMSTERDAMCOLOGNESALZBURGST. GOARBOPPARDVIENNAVENICEROMERHINELANDINNSBRUCKFLORENCELUCERNEPARISRhine Cruise1112222122 Overnight staysDutch cheeses71PACE: LIVELY . COUNTRIES VISITED: 8DAY 8 VIENNA SIGHTSEEING AND FREE TIME Your expert Local Guide shows you the city's important landmarks including the Opera House, the Hofburg, Parliament and the Imperial Boulevards. Spend free time afterwards sightseeing or shop for souvenirs on the fashionable Kärntnerstrasse. (BB) DAY 9 VIENNA - VENICE (2 NIGHTS) Journey through the heart of the Austrian Alps past mountains and small picturesque towns to the Austrian Lake District. Cross the Italian border and arrive later in Venice, your home for the next two nights. (BB D) Hotel: Park Hotel Villa Fiorita (Monastier) (MF) DAY 10 VENICE SIGHTSEEING AND FREE TIME Discover this stunning Byzantine city as you cruise by private launch to St. Mark's Square. Admire the Bridge of Sighs and the ornate Doge's Palace. Visit a glass-blowing factory for a demonstration of this ancient craft. Spend free time afterwards wandering through the markets and shopping, or perhaps cruise to the picturesque Island of Burano for a fresh seafood lunch. (BB) DAY 11 VENICE - ROME (2 NIGHTS) Admire the scenery as you cross the fertile Po valley and journey over the dramatic Apennine Mountains to Rome, the Eternal City. This evening you might like to explore the city's vibrant nightlife. (BB) Hotel: Aran Park (F) DAY 12 ROME SIGHTSEEING AND FREE TIME Your knowledgeable Local Guide takes you on a visit of St. Peter's Basilica, where you see Michelangelo's sculpture, the Pietà. Your sightseeing tour continues across the Tiber in ancient Rome for views of the Forum and the Colosseum. In your free time afterwards, visit the magnificent Sistine Chapel or relax at a sidewalk café on the Via Veneto and watch the world go by! (BB) DAY 13 ROME - FLORENCE Drive through Tuscany's Chianti region to Florence, birthplace of the Renaissance. Enjoy spectacular views of the city from Piazzale Michelangelo. In your free time, visit Piazza Signoria, the Duomo and Giotto's Bell Tower. Don't forget to shop for high quality leather goods and 18-carat gold jewelry! (BB D) Hotel: Demidoff (F) DAY 14 FLORENCE - LUCERNE (2 NIGHTS) North from Florence via Bologna and Milan and across the Swiss border, you travel through beautiful, ever-changing scenery. See picturesque Lake Lugano, then take the famous St. Gotthard route through the Alps to Lake Lucerne. Later, why not experience a Swiss folklore and fondue evening? (BB) Hotel: Weinhof (ST) DAY 15 LUCERNE ORIENTATION AND FREE TIME See the highlights of Lucerne this morning on your orientation tour, including the medieval Old Town and a visit to the renowned Lion Monument. Spend free time afterwards relaxing or perhaps take an optional trip up a nearby mountain for breathtaking views! (BB D) DAY 16 LUCERNE - PARIS (2 NIGHTS) Travel west across the French border, past Belfort and the remnants of the Maginot Line. Continue through the Burgundy wine region, with views of the vineyards. Arrive later in the capital, Paris. (BB) Hotel: Mercure La Defense 5  (F) DAY 17 PARIS SIGHTSEEING AND FREE TIME The Champs Élysées, Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame Cathedral, Eiffel Tower - your knowledgeable Local Guide shows you all these amazing sights and more on your sightseeing tour. Explore on your own afterwards. Stroll along the banks of the Seine or visit the magnificent Palace and gardens of Versailles. Tonight, why not celebrate the end of your journey with a traditional Parisian cabaret? (BB) DAY 18 PARIS - CANADA D This morning, say 'au revoir' to Paris, your traveling companions and your Travel Director at the end of a remarkable vacation. Transfer provided to Charles de Gaulle Airport. Conditions apply. 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