West Europe plus Dubai 18-28OCT

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Why not combine the sensation of the hot Desert Safari in Dubai and the cold Ethernal Snow Mountain of Mount Titlis in Switzerland. And yes we do combine them, plus visiting other eight countries in West Europe to make your trips very special. And it will be even more special as you will enjoy your long flights on the premium flights with lots of movies on board and great meals.

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Detail Package

West Europe plus Dubai 18-28OCT

Itinerary

D1 18OCT JAKARTA – DUBAI
2100 Flights Check In
D2 19OCT DUBAI

0040 Flights to Dubai

0530 Arrival Dubai

0700 Breakfast

0830 Dubai City Tour: Sheikh Zayed Road, Burj Al Arab (photostop), Palm Jumeirah, Atlantis the Palm (photostop), Dubai Museum of the Future (photostop), Dubai Mall, Burj Khalifa (photostop)

1230 Lunch

1400 Hotel Check-In

1500 Premium Desert Safari

1800 Barbeque Dinner at Desert Camp

2100 Hotel Drop Off

D3 20OCT DUBAI AMSTERDAM

0400 Early Breakfast & Hotel Check Out

0500 Airport Drop Off

0815 Flight To Amsterdam

1315 Arrival Amsterdam

1400 Airport Pickup

1430 Amsterdam Tour: Volendam, Zaanse Schans, Amsterdam Fatih Mosque, Amsterdam Centraal Dam Square

1930 Hotel Check-In

D4 21OCT AMSTERDAM – BRUSSELS – PARIS

0700 Breakfast

0800 Amsterdam – Brussels

1100 Brussels Tour: Atomium Square, Grand Place, Manekin Pis

1400 Brussels – Paris

1900 Hotel Check-In Paris

D5 22OCT PARIS

0700 Breakfast

0830 Paris Tour: Arc De Triomphe Champs Elysees Eiffel Tower Champ Du Mars Louvre Pyramid Latin Quarter Shopping Street, Notre Dame De Paris Grande Mosque De Paris (All Photostop)

1500 Hotel Drop Off

D6 23OCT PARIS – LUXEMBOURG – STUTTGART

0700 Breakfast

0800 Paris – Luxembourg

1230 Luxembourg Short Tour

1400 Luxembourg – Stuttgart

1830 Hotel Check-In Stuttgart

D7 24OCT STUTTGART – ENGELBERG – ZURICH

0700 Breakfast

0800 Stuttgart – Engelberg

1200 Tour Mt. Titlis + Lunch

1500 Lucerne Tour: Lion Monument, Lucerne Bridge

1700 Lucerne – Zurich

1800 Hotel Check-In Zurich

D8 25OCT ZURICH – FELDKIRCH – VADUZ – MILAN

0700 Breakfast

0800 Zurich – Feldkirch (Austria)

1000 Feldkirch Tour (Old Town)

1030 Vaduz (Capital of Liechtenstein) Tour City Center

1100 Vaduz – Lake Como

1400 Milan Tour: Lake Como

1600 Lake Como – Milan

1830 Hotel Check-In

D9 26OCT MILAN

0730 Breakfast

0900 Milan Tour:  Stadion Sansiro (Photostop), Duomo Di Milano, Galleria Vittoria Emanuele, Serravalle Designer Outlet (Shopping Time)

1700 Hotel Drop Off

D10 27OCT MILAN – JAKARTA

0730 Breakfast

1000 Airport Drop Off

1415 Flights To Jakarta


Additional Information

Package Detail

  1. Price includes Return Flights Jakarta – Dubai – Amsterdam and Milan – Jakarta  with Emirates Airlines / Turkish Airlines / Qatar Airways / Etihad Airways / equivalent with baggage allowance as per the airline regulation
  2. Price includes, Tipping for Guide, Tipping for Driver, Insurance, UAE (Dubai) Visa, Europe Schengen Visa, City Tax in all hotels in Europe in Dubai
  3. Prices (Single, Double, etc.) as per active prices in the system.
  4. Prices based on First Come First Server basis, and based on availability, prices may change accordingly
  5. Hotels:
    1. Ibis Al-Barsha Dubai / equivalent
    2. Ibis Budget Amsterdam Airport / equivalent
    3. Ibis Budget Velizey Paris / equivalent
    4. Hampton by Hilton Stuttgart City Center / equivalent
    5. Ibis Zurich Messe Airport / equivalent
    6. Ibis Milano Malpensa Airporto / equivalent
  6. Term of Payment
    1. Purchase via Apps (Web/Android/iOS): Full Payment 
    2. Manual Purchase (payments update via whatsapp 6281122222738 or email sales@touress.com)
      1. Down Payment 20% to Book the Seats and Schengen Visa application
      2. Second Payment 30% 60 days before departure
      3. Third Payment 30% 40 days before departure
      4. Balance Payment 20% 14 days before departure

Inclusion

  1. Return Flights Jakarta – Dubai – Amsterdam and Milan – Jakarta  with Emirates Airlines / Turkish Airlines / Qatar Airways / Etihad Airways / equivalent with baggage allowance as per the airline regulation in economy class including aiport tax and fuel surcharge (promo ticket, non-refundable, non-reroutable) based on seat availability. 
  2. Accommodations / Hotels including tax, service charges, city tax, and daily breakfast
  3. Entrance Fees and Meals as per itinerary
  4. Dubai Premium Desert Safari dan Mount Titlis Rotair Cable Car
  5. Air Conditioned Private Coach including the driver, parking, and toll fee as per itinerary
  6. Insurance, UAE Visa, Schengen Visa, Tippings for Drivers and  Guides, and City Tax for all Hotels IDR7jt/person
  7. Tour Leader from Indonesia for minimum 20PAX in the group

Exclusion

  1. Additional Tours
  2. Lunch and Dinner sessions during Tour, except when in Dubai
  3. Personal Expenses (porterage, phone calls from hotels, laundry, mini-bar, in-room-service, and all other things not included in the itinerary)
  4. Travel Documents

Terms and Conditions

  1. This tour package is based on Promotion Non-Refundable, Non-Rescheduleable, No Transferrable except in the case of Force Majeure which makes the airlines cannot operate.
  2. The itinerary may change to adjust with the condition in the field. In the case the itinerary has to be changed, all points of interest as per the itinerary will be rearranged accordingly.
  3. Flight departure may be adjusted by a maximum of 4 days before or after the scheduled departure date to adjust with airline unforeseen conditions. For tour participants who fly domestic flights to Jakarta, it is mandatory to issue domestic flight tickets only after the International Flights (Jakarta – Dubai – Amsterdam / Milan – Jakarta) are issued.
  4. In the event of Force Majeure such as the closure of airports, or endemic,  or pandemic,  and flights have to be rescheduled. All costs associated with the rescheduling will become the tour participants’ responsibility and the detail will be referred to the airline’s regulations. 
  5. By booking this package and pay fully or partially, you agree and accept all terms and conditions, cancellation, and tour exchanges rules of this package.

 

Additional information

Room Configuration

Twin-Share (share room with another person), Triple (share room with other 2 people in 2 Bed Configuration – suitable for 2 Adults + 1 Child), Single (whole room for me)

Insurance and Visa Processing

Included (appointment and visa application will be assisted by touress)

Tour Period

18-28OCT22

Locations in Europe

Required Documents

  • A passport that is still valid 9 months after the return date from Swiss.
  • A full dose of vaccination (1 shot for Johnson & Johnson brand and 2 shots for other vaccine brands).
  • Valid Schengen Visa
  • Travel Insurance with Schengen Coverage of minimal EUR30000
  • Tour Itinerary

Essential Information

Visas
Entering Europe requires a Schengen visa for travelers from outside Schengen areas to enter the country. The same for Dubi which requires UAE Visa.

Time Zone
All of the Europe countries visited on this tour are within GMT+2, while Dubai is within GMT+4.

Languages
Languages spoken in the countries visited on this tour vary based on the countries, but mostly are Arabic, English, Dutch, German, French, Italian, Roman, and Latin though most people there speak English.

Currency and Payment

Euro (EUR or €) is the common currency used in Europe along with its own currency, Swiss Franc (CHF), in Switzerland. The exchange rate is 1EUR = 1CHF = 1.07USD. Visa and MasterCard cards are widely accepted in malls and shopping centers, but for local restaurants, it is always better to prepare cash.

Etiquette
Here are some do’s and don’ts in West Europe:

  • Greetings – Greetings are traditionally formal in Western Europe with a firm handshake, a smile and even a slight bow in certain old-fashioned circles.
  • Kissing – Familiar colleagues may kiss each other 3 times on the cheek. However, men rarely kiss men, they shake hands!
  • Dining – Western Europeans follow the Continental or the traditional knife and fork custom when dining. Even sandwiches are eaten with a knife and fork in most West European set-ups. Wait for the host to offer the first toast. Serve yourself small portions to avoid wastage. Place your knife and fork diagonally parallel to each other on your plate, to indicate that you have finished your meal.
  • Sitting – Men sit only after all the women are seated at the table.

Best Time to Visit

The best times to visit West Europe are in spring (April-May), summer (June-August) and fall (September-October). In general, West Europe countries enjoys mild temperatures, although there are regional variations e.g. there’s a Mediterranean climate in the south and wetter weather in the north. In August, most of the countries closes down to chase the sunshine in the south. For budget travels, winter is one of our preferred times to explore West Europe, as the crowds are fewer, yet the restaurants are still lively with locals.

Spring (April to May) is considered one of the best seasons to visit West Europe, as temperatures start to rise and life pours back into the towns and countryside. Markets tend to reopen or double in size. Although the Easter school break can increase domestic tourism, West Europe during springtime is still relatively peaceful in terms of crowds.

In summer (June to July) across the countries, many visitors either head to the sea or to the swimming pool. June is considered one of the best months to visit, as schools are yet to break up for the summer and temperatures are just right for exploring the cities.

Some businesses throughout the countries close in August, as this is when many of the locals take trips of their own and the schools take their long summer break. However, it’s still a very popular month for travel. Temperatures are at their warmest, so you can spend your days soaking up the sun and dining alfresco.

Autumn (September to October) is one of the best times to visit West Europe. Temperatures are still warm but not too hot, creating ideal conditions for exploring both the cities and the countryside. The crowds have thinned, families have returned to school, and landscapes are illuminated with vibrant reds and golds.

In Winter (November to December), although the weather is cooler, it is still great to visit West Europe. Museums and sites are quiet, while restaurants in the cities are still lively. Christmas markets open up across the cities, where vendors sell mulled wine, cheese, charcuterie and seasonal arts and crafts. Rural areas can be quiet during these months.

Health Protocol to West Europe

Health Requirements to be allowed to fly and enter West Europe:

  • The entry point of this tour is Amsterdam (Netherlands), and the Netherlands requires no PCR or Rapid antigen tests if you have already completed a full dose of vaccination (1 shot for Johnson & Johnson brand and 2 shots for other vaccine brands).
  • On your departure to Indonesia, as part of the Government of Indonesia’s regulation, you do not have to present the negative PCR result if you are fully vaccinated.

Point of Interest

UAE has the biggest mall in the world

Dubai Mall, currently the largest mall in the world and every shopaholic’s dream come true, is really truly unique. Not only does it have every single shop and entertainment imaginable, the atmosphere inside the mall is like a mini-community or city; where most of the residents of Dubai gather every weekend to catch up with each other.


90% of the population are expats

United Arab Emirates is unlike almost any other country in the world because of its incredibly high number of expats and immigrants. Dubai is one of the most diverse and international cities in the world therefore, which makes it a truly unique and diverse place to visit or live.


The international food scene

Most big cities around the world will have a wide array of good food, but Dubai’s food scene is pretty unique due to the variety. From delicious food stalls on the beach to five-star restaurants serving gold with their food, from local Emirati cuisine to the most diverse culinary scenes because of the number of expats; you’ll never have any trouble feeding your wildest food craving.


From nothing to something in just few decades

Dubai has boomed since the country’s independence, and it’s hard to imagine that just a generation ago many people were still pearl divers or fisherman in the little coastal town of Dubai. The extraordinary growth of the city was not only made possible by the discovery of oil in the region, but also by the innovation and the hard working spirit of both the Emiratis and the immigrants and expats who moved to Dubai.


Tallest building in the world is in UAE

Dubai also has the tallest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa, that lights up the city from wherever you look. You’ll never tire of looking at it, and its light shows and fireworks at New Years are just another reminder why this city is so special.


The vibrant array of different cultures and religions

Because of the high number of expats, Dubai has become a truly global city, with a huge number of different religious spaces, restaurants, language schools, and cultural events throughout the year. There will always be something exciting to look forward to during the weekend because of all the different cultures celebrating one holiday or another!


The extravagance

Although there is a relaxed atmosphere due to the many international cultures that mix in Dubai, it still is one of the most extravagant cities in the world. From the St. Regis Saadiyat Island Hotel and its $35,000 dollar a night Royal Suite to the luxurious Burj Al Arab Hotel, commonly referred to as the “7 Star Hotel”, and from the Lamborghini police car in the UAE to the gold infused coffee you can casually order at brunch; Dubai definitely has its moments of extreme extravagance.


Premium Desert Safari


Desert Safari features a heart-pounding dune bashing session, live cultural performances including belly dancing, a photoshoot in Arabic costume, and a BBQ buffet dinner. From Dubai, visit an oasis and a camel farm in the Arabian Desert before watching a magical sunset. Learn about Arabian culture at a desert camp inspired by a Bedouin village, try your hand at sandboarding, and let local artists decorate your hands and feet with henna. Dinner, unlimited soft drinks, and hotel pickup and drop-off in central Dubai are included.


Dubai Marina

Dubai Marina is an affluent residential neighborhood known for The Beach at JBR, a leisure complex with al fresco dining and sandy stretches to relax on. Smart cafes and pop-up craft markets line waterside promenade Dubai Marina Walk, while Dubai Marina Mall is packed with chain and luxury fashion brands. Upscale yachts cruise through the large man-made marina, where activities range from jet-skiing to skydiving.


The Palm Jumeirah


The Palm Jumeirah is a manmade archipelago in Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, created using land reclamation which extends into the Persian Gulf. It is part of a larger series of developments called the Palm Islands, including Palm Jebel Ali and Palm Deira, which, when completed, will together increase Dubai’s shoreline by a total of 520 kilometres (320 mi). It has an estimated population of 10,500 as of 2016. It is located on the Jumeirah coastal area of the emirate of Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates. The construction was done as a joint venture by two Dutch specialist companies, Van Oord and Boskalis.


Atlantis Dubai


An iconic entertainment destination comprised of two world-class resorts that bring you extraordinary experiences. Discover a world of amazement across stays, dining, entertainment, attractions and wellness.


Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo


Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo houses over 33,000 marine life occupying the 10 million litres of water within the tank. A unique underwater zoo occupies the level above the tank showcasing a plethora of underwater life that can be found inhabiting the oceans, rivers and other water bodies across the planet. The VR Zoo makes up the third section offering thrilling wildlife adventures via realistically created virtual tours.


Zaanse Schans

The Zaanse Schans is a residential area in which the 18th and 19th centuries are brought to life. Despite the fact that visitors from all over the world visit this neighborhood every day, it is good to know that people still live here. Keep this in mind during your visit. Stroll past the bakery museum and enjoy the smell of fresh cookies, or take a look at the warehouse where clogs are made. You should be sure not to miss the cheese factory, pewter foundry and the various windmills. The Zaanse Schans is a unique part of the Netherlands, full of wooden houses, mills, barns and workshops.


Atomium

Renovated as a major national event between 2004 and 2006, the Atomium – which was not intended to survive Expo 58 for which it was the flagship construction – is today, with over 600,000 visitors per year, the most popular tourist attraction in the capital of Europe, an art centre and an international symbol of Brussels and Belgium.


Arc de Triomphe

Arc de Triomphe, in full Arc de Triomphe de l’Étoile, massive triumphal arch in Paris, France, one of the world’s best-known commemorative monuments. The Arc de Triomphe is an iconic symbol of French national identity and took 30 years to build. The Tour de France bicycle race ends near it each year, and the annual military parade marking July 14—known both as French National Day and Bastille Day.

 


Eiffel Tower

The tower is 330 metres (1,083 ft) tall,[5] about the same height as an 81-storey building, and the tallest structure in Paris. Its base is square, measuring 125 metres (410 ft) on each side. During its construction, the Eiffel Tower surpassed the Washington Monument to become the tallest man-made structure in the world, a title it held for 41 years until the Chrysler Building in New York City was finished in 1930. It was the first structure in the world to surpass both the 200-metre and 300-metre mark in height. Due to the addition of a broadcasting aerial at the top of the tower in 1957, it is now taller than the Chrysler Building by 5.2 metres (17 ft). Excluding transmitters, the Eiffel Tower is the second tallest free-standing structure in France after the Millau Viaduct.


Louvre Museum

There are plenty of good reasons to visit the Louvre! So many works of art to discover in this fabulous museum that used to be a palace!

 


Luxembourg

The history of Luxembourg is considered to begin in 963, when count Siegfried acquired a rocky promontory and its Roman-era fortifications, known as Lucilinburhuc, “little castle”, and the surrounding area from the Imperial Abbey of St. Maximin in nearby Trier. Siegfried’s descendants increased their territory through marriage, conquest, and vassalage. By the end of the 13th century, the counts of Luxembourg reigned over a considerable territory.


Mercedes-Benz Museum

The Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart celebrates the automobile invented by Carl Benz in 1886: it relates its history and tells its stories, bringing both alive by placing them in the context of technology, day-to-day life, social history and popular culture. More than 160 vehicles of all types are the main protagonists. They range from some of the oldest automobiles ever built to legendary racing cars and futuristic research vehicles.

Together with other exhibits, they form the centrepiece of the permanent exhibition covering a total of 16,500 square metres in twelve rooms. This unparalleled world can be discovered on two tours that follow a “Legend” and “Collection” narrative.


 

Downtown and Old Town Zurich (Switzerland)

Zurich is Switzerland’s largest city and a financial and tourist hub. Located on the river Limmat and the northwestern tip of the Zurich Lake with the Alps on the horizon, this city has so much to see and do that there is something special all year round, and no season is a bad season to visit.

With its picturesque old town, the famous Bahnhofstrasse with its extravagant shopping, and the scenic waterfront, you can spend your time simply meandering through the streets, stopping off regularly in the many cafes and restaurants. Shopping in Zurich, and the rest of Switzerland, is a delight, but it is pricey; indeed, it is so pricey that the Swiss usually take a day trip to Germany to fill their cupboard and wardrobes. So beware of your travel budget.


Zurich Lake

After Lake Geneva, Lake Neuchâtel, Lake Constance and Lake Lucerne, Lake Zurich is one of Switzerland’s “Big Five” in terms of lakes. In the past, it was mainly used as a traffic and transportation route, but today it is a popular excursion destination for swimming, sailing, boating, and picnicking on the shore.


Lake Lucerne

The fourth-largest lake in Switzerland, beautiful Lake Lucerne stretches from the eponymous picturesque city right up to the gorgeous Swiss Alps. It was formed 12,000 years ago during the shrinking of the River Reuss’ glacier, the evidence of which can still be observed in the fascinating Jardin des Glaciers de Lucerne. It is well worth taking advantage of the boat rentals and boat tours here to get the full experience of this breathtaking lake.


Chapel Bridge Lucerne

Lucerne’s landmark is considered to be Europe’s oldest covered bridge. It was built in the 14th century and was originally a part of the city fortifications. The pictorial panels, which were incorporated in the 17th century, contain scenes of Swiss history as well as the Lucerne’s history.


Lion Monument Lucerne

The Lion Monument in Lucerne is a giant dying lion carved out of a wall of sandstone rock above a pond at the east end of the medieval town. It was designed as a memorial for the mercenary soldiers from central Switzerland who lost their lives while serving the French king Louis XVI during the French Revolution.


Mount Titlis

Titlis is a mountain of the Uri Alps, a mountain range in Central Switzerland and part of the Western Alps. It is located on the border between the cantons of Obwalden, which is a canton of Switzerland, and Bern, which is the second-largest of the 26 Swiss cantons by both surface area and population. The height of Mount Titlis is 3,239 metres above sea level.

Mount Titlis is mainly accessed from Engelberg on the north side and is famous as the site of the world’s first rotating cable car. The cable car system connects Engelberg to the summit of Klein Titlis through the three stages of Gerschnialp, Trübsee and Stand.


Mount Titlis Cliff Walk

The Titlis Cliff Walk is a pedestrian bridge along the cliff of Mount Titlis in the Swiss Alps. Built at around 3,000 m (9,800 ft) above sea level, it is believed to be the highest-elevation suspension bridge in Europe.


Feldkirch

If you’re visiting Feldkirch for the first time, prepare to be amazed as you explore the fascinating Old Town with its romantic pergolas and quaint little streets dating back several centuries. It’s the perfect backdrop for a magical city trip!

In the medieval Old Town, one of the most beautiful in the wider region, you can marvel at storied old buildings, charming fountains and historic Schattenburg castle. Further attractions include a wide range of shops, boutiques, restaurants and bars, plus a variety of walks leading to Feldkirch’s gloriously green surroundings, the Reichenfeld Quarter and the wildlife park.


Vaduz

Vaduz, the capital of Liechtenstein, sits on the Rhine River near the Swiss border. On a hillside overlooking the town, Vaduz Castle dates back to the 12th century and is a royal family residence. In the Städtle, the pedestrianized town center, the sleek Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein displays modern art. Nearby, the National Museum houses archaeological and cultural artifacts in a medieval building.


Lake Como

Lake Como, also known as Lario, is the third largest of the Italian lakes (after Lake Garda and Lake Maggiore). With a maximum depth of approximately 410 meters (448 yards), Lake Como is one of the deepest lakes in Europe.

Its characteristic shape, reminiscent of an inverted Y, results from the melting of glaciers combined with the erosive action of the ancient Adda river. This led to the formation of the two southern branches, in the midst of which there is the world popular Bellagio.

Located at the foot of the Alps, Lake Como provides one of the most picturesque sceneries in the world. If you’re going to visit the Italian lakes, you’ll be surprised to learn about the many things to do in Lake Como.


Stadion Sansiro

Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, commonly known as San Siro, is a football stadium in the San Siro district of Milan, Italy, which is the home of A.C. Milan and Inter Milan. It has a seating capacity of 80,018, making it one of the largest stadiums in Europe, and the largest in Italy.


Galleria Vittoria Emanuele

The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is Italy’s oldest active shopping gallery and a major landmark of Milan in Italy. Housed within a four-story double arcade in the centre of town, the Galleria is named after Victor Emmanuel II, the first king of the Kingdom of Italy.


Serravalle Designer Outlet

Visit the Serravalle Outlets on a full-day shopping trip from Milan. Europe’s largest shopping mall is located just 60 minutes away from Italy’s fashion capital. Enjoy discounts of 30-70 percent on all the major Italian designer brands.

Accommodations

Ibis Al-Barsha Dubai / equivalent


Ibis Budget Amsterdam Airport / equivalent


Ibis Budget Velizey Paris / equivalent


Hampton by Hilton Stuttgart City Center / equivalent


Ibis Zurich Messe Airport / equivalent


Ibis Milano Malpensa Airporto / equivalent