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London, Paris and Rome Edventure (11 Days)

Whether you are new to the European continent or a seasoned traveler, these three cities are not to be missed. So why not see them together! Once considered the world's capital. Britain’s most dynamic city has a history that stretches back 2,000 years. London's culture is as rooted in the local pub as it is in world-class museums, and the icons of this city beckon for your visit. Then it's off to Paris, the destination for experiences you’ll never forget. Explore the Eiffel Tower, its soaring icon, and enjoy an evening cruise on the Seine. See the world's most magnificent art, or relive the lavishness of the French aristocracy at Versailles. You will never see all that Paris has to offer, but you will take off a few layers! And whether it's the incredible cappuccinos at breakfast, standing in the ruins of thousands of years of human history, or touring the center of the Roman Catholic Empire that draws travelers again and again, we just know why Rome is the Eternal city!

Your Edventure includes:
  • Round-trip airfare from SFO or LAX (price varies depending on additional gateway choice)
  • 9 nights in hand-picked hotels
  • Breakfast daily
  • 3 three-course dinner, including wine or beer
  • Full-time multilingual tour guide
  • Visit to HMP Brixton, La Sante prison and/or Regina Coeli prison (Correctional/Law Enforcement Officials Only)
  • Private deluxe motor coach
  • All transportation and transfers between destination cities
  • Selected admissions with priority entry

London's Iconic Double-Decker Bus

Big Ben

The London Eye and Parliament

The Eiffel Tower

The Louvre Museum

Notre Dame on the Seine River


The Roman Colosseum

St. Peter's Square at the Vatican

The Roman Forum

Price: $4,931 (2016) based on double occupancy, plus optional $374 TravelSafe Premium*

Optional excursion: St. Paul's and Westminster Abbey $115 per person

Optional excursion: London Eye and Dinner $125 per person

Optional excursion: Versailles $109 per person

Optional excursion: Seine River Cruise and Dinner $115 per person

Optional excursion: Dinner with the Tenors $79 per person

Optional excursion: Roman Catacombs $65 per person

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Day 1 - (In-flight meals) Your trip begins with a regularly scheduled overnight flight to London aboard an internationally recognized airline.

Day 2 - (In-flight meals, Dinner) Welcome to London! Our representative will make arrangements to get you from the airport to your hotel. The rest of the day today is free for you to relax or begin acquainting yourself with the city, before the group gathers for a Welcome Dinner this evening.

Day 3 - (Breakfast) A local guide leads this morning’s sightseeing tour of London by coach. Highlights of the panoramic tour include views of Trafalgar Square, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, Hyde Park, the Big Ben clock tower, the Houses of Parliament, Piccadilly Circus and a stop outside St. James’ Palace, where are posted those famous stoic red-coated guards. This afternoon, an included excursion to Windsor Castle, the centuries-old retreat of Britain’s Royal Family. Led by a Blue Badge Guide, you’ll travel to Windsor for a guided visit to the world’s largest and longest-inhabited castle. Founded by William the Conqueror in 1070, Windsor has been the British Royal Family’s preferred retreat for the past 900 years. Step inside the State Apartments and St. George’s Chapel (closed Sundays), where the Knights of the Garter ceremony takes place. View the exhibit of royal treasures on display within the castle. You’ll then have time to stroll through the town of Windsor.

Day 4 - (Breakfast) Spend the day at your leisure in London. Popular choices include watching the street performers (“buskers”) of Covent Garden marketplace, buying discounted same-day tickets to a West End play or studying the many treasures housed at the British Museum, including the Rosetta Stone and the Elgin Marbles. Or you can choose an optional excursion for a special guided tour of St. Paul's Cathedral and Westminster Abbey. Compare and contrast two of Britain's most famous churches, whose rich history provide an unparalleled look into the country's past. First, visit St. Paul’s Cathedral, the second largest church building in the United Kingdom and seat of the Bishop of London. The English-Baroque style cathedral is globally renowned for its magnificent dome and glittering mosaics. Continue on to Westminster Abbey, a Gothic church located near the Houses of Parliament. Since 1066, every royal coronation, with the exception of Edward V and Edward VIII, has taken place at Westminster Abbey. The abbey also serves as the burial ground for Charles Darwin and Sir Isaac Newton (additional excursion fee required). Later this afternoon, Correctional/Law Enforcement Officials will visit HMP Brixton while other travelers have free time to see more of London. Tonight, choose an optional excursion that will have you seeing London from a different point of view. Journey's to the London Eye, a 30-minute ride that gives you a bird's eye, 360-degree view of London. Then, a walk through Coventry Gardens and the West End to a local pub for an authentic English dinner (additional excursion fee required).

Day 5 - (Breakfast, Dinner) This morning, transfer to St. Pancras. Here, you’ll board the Eurostar, Europe’s quarter-mile-long high-speed train that whisks passengers below the English Channel and resurfaces in France. Relax aboard comfortable, state-of-the-art transportation, arriving at Gare du Nord in Paris just three hours later. The rest of your day is free to explore while Correctional/Law Enforcement Officials visit La Sante prison before rejoining their companions and fellow travelers for an included dinner.

Day 6 - (Breakfast) An expert local guide introduces you to the historical and cultural landmarks of the City of Light on this morning’s sightseeing tour. Drive down the sycamore-lined Champs-Élysées, one of the world’s most celebrated avenues. You’ll pass the Eiffel Tower, built for the 1889 World’s Fair. See Place de la Concorde, where the guillotine once stood. Absorb the haute couture of the Opera district. Marvel at the architecture of the Louvre, once a palace to France's monarchy. This afternoon, choose to join an optional excursion to the glittering Palace of Versailles, where Louis XIV created the most lavish court Europe has ever known. The reign of Louis XIV, known as the “Sun King,” set new standards for decadence among the crowned heads of Europe. It took 50 years and 35,000 workers to turn Versailles, once a small hunting lodge, into the most magnificent château in all of France and the envy of royalty worldwide. On this excursion, you will see the palace in all its glory. Tour the State Apartments and the glittering Hall of Mirrors. Then stroll through the lavish gardens with their fine statuary, splendid fountains and colorful flowerbeds (additional excursion fee required).

Day 7 - (Breakfast) With its iconic gargoyles and Gothic architecture, Notre-Dame Cathedral is one of Paris’ most recognizable sites. This morning, meet your guide and start your day by exploring this breathtaking cathedral. Then, stroll through the café-dotted cobblestone streets of the St. Germaine neighborhood as you head to the beautiful Luxembourg Gardens. Here you’ll discover tree-lined promenades and beautiful flowerbeds, while enjoying views of Luxembourg Palace and the Medici Fountain. The afternoon is yours to explore the city in detail. Perhaps the Catacombs or the Left Bank. Tonight, take in the nighttime allure of the City of Light on an optional special evening excursion. The event begins with dinner at a local restaurant. After you dine, board a boat cruise along the Seine. As you coast along the river and under Paris' bridges, you'll behold the gloriously illuminated monuments of Paris glittering alongside the riverbanks. Please note: the dress code may vary depending your restaurant, and your Tour Director will advise you on what to wear, but shorts and sneakers are likely to be considered inappropriate attire (additional excursion fee required).

Day 8 - (Breakfast) Transfer to Paris’ airport, where you’ll board your flight to Italy. Touch down in Rome, the Eternal City. The rest of the day is yours to explore this city.

Day 9 - (Breakfast) Spend a free day in Rome any way you choose. Take in all the art and architecture that greet the eye at every turn. Stroll across the Spanish Steps, meeting place for all of Rome. See Bernini’s captivating Fountain of the Four Rivers. Stop at the legendary Trevi Fountain, where, for centuries, visitors have tossed coins to ensure their eventual return to Rome. Or, you may choose to take an optional excursion inside the world’s smallest state, Vatican City. Upon arrival, you'll meet your guide and first visit the Vatican Museums, which recently celebrated a 500-year anniversary. The museum holds many of the world's most important Classical and Renaissance-era sculptures. Next, you'll visit the Sistine Chapel, where you'll gaze up on what is perhaps Michelangelo's greatest masterpiece. Finally, you'll visit the enormous St. Peter’s Basilica, the epicenter of the Roman Catholic faith. The artists whose efforts have contributed to its glory are some of the best Italy has ever known, including Bramante, Peruzzi, Raphael and Michelangelo. Masterpieces await at every turn, from Bernini’s magnificent bronze canopy to Michelangelo’s Pietà. Please note: This excursion is not available on Sundays. Backpacks are not allowed in the Vatican and a dress code of no shorts or sleeveless shirts is strictly enforced. (additional fee required). End your day another optional excursion, this one featuring with an elegant four-course dinner at one of our favorite Roman restaurants. While you dine, you’ll be treated to some of opera's best-loved arias…and you might even join the singers on stage. Don’t miss this lighthearted evening of food and fun (additional excursion fee required).

Day 10 - (Breakfast, Dinner) Follow in the footsteps of Caesar during your guided sightseeing tour of Rome. Highlights include a visit to the Colosseum, where 50,000 spectators cheered their favorite gladiators to victory, and a stop at the ruins of the Forum Romanum, from which the Caesars ruled their vast empire. This afternoon, Correctional/Law Enforcement Officers will tour Regina Coeli Prison, while other travelers can join an optional excursion and descend into Rome’s ancient catacombs, where early Christians buried saints and popes alongside commoners. A local guide will lead you through burial chambers before your visit to the Basilica of St. Paul, one of the four most important basilicas of Rome, originally founded by Constantine the Great. The Basilica also houses the tomb of St. Paul. Please note: Shorts and sleeveless shirts are not permitted within the basilica. Also, this excursion involves extensive walking, and may also be inadvisable for claustrophobic travelers (additional excursion fee required). Tonight, everyone says goodbye at the group's Farewell Dinner.

Day 11 - (Breakfast) Transfer to the airport for your return flight home

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Next Departure Dates:
June 2018
October 2019 (LPRO1019)
March 2020 (LPRO0320)
August 2020 (LPRO0820)
December 2020 (LPRO1220)

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