Must 'Mast' Europe

Europe is physically defined by jagged coastlines, peninsulas, islands, mountains and rivers. Since prehistoric days, people have been challenged by rugged barriers and have taken advantage of natural waterways and highways.

The present road network developed through the centuries, with rail systems expanding rapidly in the 19th century and air travel in the 20th. Over the past 30 years, Europe built most of its present modern airports, the impressive web of modern highways and a new high-speed rail system. That work goes on today, with vast investments from the European Union.

Few lands on Earth offer a blend of history and the future as beautifully as does Europe. We will takes you through the widest possible variety of experience cultures and spectacles of 14 Europe's loveliest countries.

European Holidays

France
A land of mysterious prehistoric caves and Celtic monoliths, Roman ruins, medieval fortresses and Renaissance castles, France also boasts the world's most extensive high-speed train network which makes getting around a breeze.

There are many reasons why France remains the number one tourist destination in the world. Traditionally known as an ancient country rich in cultural heritage and remarkable historic landmarks.

Switzerland
If mountains had a home, it would be Switzerland! With 48 peaks soaring over 4,000 meters high, Switzerland enjoys top position in the European high summit league. Afterall alpine tourism was invented in Switzerland?

Zurich is Switzerland's largest city. Though not its capital, Zurich is the country's leading business and financial center and considered one of Europe's trendiest destinations.

Italy
Italy is a land widely celebrated for the arts, and not the least among the arts that have attained their highest expression in Italy is the art of hospitality. The Italian welcome is as warm and traditional as a glass of fine wine. Italians are also such good hosts because they get so much practice welcoming visitors from all over the world. In winter, the Italian Alps are unequaled for scenery and skiing.

Vatican City
The Vatican City is situated entirely within the city of Rome, sprawling over a hill west of the River Tiber, and separated from the rest of the city by a wall. Vatican City comprises St Peterís Church, St Peterís Square, the Vatican and the Vatican Gardens.

The State of the Vatican City came into existence in 1929. Head of State and Government: His Holiness Pope John Paul II since 1978.

Austria
Variety and beauty, both natural and cultural, make Austria a small jewel in the heart of Europe. Simply walking along one of the many cobblestone lanes, visiting a small country church or standing awe-struck before a magnificent country abbey, brings you face to face with history and culture.


France Sightseeing

Paris: Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, The Notre Dame Cathedral, The Louvre, Concorde Square, The Invalides, The Opera Garnier, Champs Elysees, Galleries Lafayette, Euro Disney Theme Park, Cruise on River Seine & Lido Show.
Mulhouse: World's Biggest Car Museum.


Switzerland Sightseeing

Lucerne: Lion Mountain, Chapel Bridge, Lake Lucerne & Old Town Tour.
Interlaken: Jungfraujoch Train, Walking Tour.
Engelberg: Mount Titlis Cable Car with Ice Flyer.
Schaffausen: Rhine Fals.


Italy Sightseeing

Rome: Trevi Fountain, Colosseum, Spanish Steps, Arch of Constantine, The Forum Romanum, The Temple of Saturn & Concord, The Arch of Augustus, The Circus Maximus.
Pisa: Leaning Tower.
Florence: View of Florence City from Michael Angelo Point.
Venice: St. Mark's Cathedral with bell Tower & Square, Private boat ride to San Marco & City Tour.


Vatican Sightseeing

Vatican City: St Peter's Cathedral-Saint Peter's Cathedral, Basilica di San Pietro, was originally the Circus of Nero, where St. Peter was crucified, martyred and buried in 61 AD. In 200, an altar was built, where Peter was believed to be buried.

In 342 Constantine built the first basilica. By the 15th century, it was falling apart, and in the early 16th century Bramante began plans for a church. In 1506 Pope Julius II placed the first stone of the new church, that took over a century to build, and involved all the great architects at the time. Michelangelo finished Bramante's plans and Giacomo della Porta took over the project at Michelangelo's death in 1564 and raised the dome by the end of the century in 1593. Carlo Maderno made a few changes to the church and completed the Facade in 1614.


Austria Sightseeing

Austria offers the riches of Europe in the proverbial nutshell: spectacular vistas, Alpine splendor, pulsating nightlife, sophisticated shopping, classical culture and culinary adventure ó and skiing is a way of life in the country of any skier's dreams. Austria has been a favored travel destination for more than a thousand years.
Innsbruck: City Tour, Golden Roof & Swarovski's Crystal Museum & Shopping Mall.


More Tourist Destinations in Europe :-

Gremany, Holland, United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates.

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