European Delights Tour

Magnificent Tour to the Rooftop of the World
( 10 Days )

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Day 01

Colombo / Paris

Check-in at Bandaranaike International Airport around 19.00 Hrs. for departure to Paris at 22.10 hrs. with Emirates Airlines.

Day 02


Arrive in Paris – The City of Lights, the world’s leading centres for business, fashion, entertainment, art and culture at 09.25 Hrs. – Met by assistant and transfer to Versailles Palace (42 km – 1.01 Hrs.) to discover the centre of political power in France before the French Revolution with guide. See the palace, discover the décor of the “Sun King” in the Hall of Mirrors, and stroll through the palace gardens during 3 hours of your visit.

Marvel at the ornate State Apartments and breathtaking Hall of Mirrors inside the official residence of the French monarchy from 1682 to 1789 – The Palace of Versailles. Learn more about Louis XIV and other French royals with a complimentary audio guide. Versailles was a sleepy village until Louis XIII began to build a hunting lodge in 1623. By the end of the century, continued expansion saw the town and castle become the symbolic centre of the absolute monarchy of the Ancient Regime. Louis XIV moved the royal family to the palace in 1682 and 2 enormous new wings were added during a 2nd phase of building (1678–1715). Your ticket allows you access to the ornate State Apartments built by Le Vau. Get a sense of life in the French court, and walk through the glittering Hall of Mirrors. Learn about the main figures of the French monarchy, up to the French Revolution when the royal family was forced to return to Paris in October 1789. Take a walk through the legendary gardens at your own pace, and marvel at fountains, sculptures, and beautifully manicured lawns.

Thereafter, transfer to hotel in Paris for dinner and overnight.

Palace of Versailles

Day 03


Eiffel Tower

American Breakfast at hotel.

09.00 Hrs. – Depart hotel to see the French capital with a local expert on a full-day tour of Paris and discover all of amazing monuments of Paris. Immerse yourself in the culture and architecture of the city as you travel along the banks of the Seine River to the iconic Eiffel Tower. This is the major monument of a stay in Paris. We will visit the 2nd floor where you have the magnificent views of all the sights surrounding you. Get a birds’ eye tour of Paris with your feet far from the ground as your guide tells you about monuments and districts such as Montparnasse, Les Invalids, the Sacre-Coeu(Entrance included), Notre Dame, the Louvre Museum, the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs Elysees. Launch your adventure with a funicular ride to see the Sacré-Cœur Basilica in Montmartre. Feel your heart soar as you ascent through the 18th arrondissement and ogle at the white stone façade of the Sacré-Cœur without having to trudge up the neighbourhood’s more than 300 stone steps. From Montmartre, head to the Ile de la Cité (island of the city) for a tour of Notre-Dame de Paris. Severely damaged by a recent fire, she still stands proudly in the heart of the city; testament to the genius of its design and the endurance of France. Your guide will take you as close as the ongoing restoration will permit to give you the best views possible. We will pass by the Paris Opera at Palais Garnier and have a Photo stop at

The Place de la Concorde, the largest place in Paris. End the day with embarking on Bateaux Parisiens cruise – “Under the Bridges of Paris” on Seine River for 1 hour.

Step aboard a glass enclosed boat and set sail for an unforgettable evening along the banks of the River Seine, passing under magnificent bridges and spotting legendary sights such as Notre-Dame Cathedral, the palatial architecture of the Louvre, and the filigreed ironwork of the Eiffel Tower. As you drift between landmarks, listen to engaging commentary about the City of Light.

On completion, have dinner at an Indian Restaurant and overnight in Paris.

The Notre Dame Cathedral (Paris), the most visited site in Paris (10 million tourists each year), lies in the true heart of Paris and by some even of entire France. With so many people visiting the Notre Dame Cathedral of Paris unforgettable setting on the Seine, it has always been one of Paris top attractions. The Notre Dame Cathedral Paris is not only a Gothic architecture masterpiece but a site which was also the focus of Catholic Paris for 700 years. Although the cathedral is not France’s oldest or largest cathedral, it has very little completion in beauty and architectural harmony. The work on the cathedral started on 1163 by Maurice de Sully, who was the bishop of Paris at the time. It took 182 years to complete this building in the summer of 1345.
On Monday, April 15, 2019, the Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris was ravaged by a fire. Archbishop Michel Aupetit of Paris: “Our Lady, our dear cathedral, witness of so many major events in our country, was destroyed by a frightful fire after so long resisted the vicissitudes of its history. France cries and with her all her friends from all over the world. She is touched to the heart because her stones are the testimony of an invincible hope which, by the talent, the courage, the genius and the faith of the builders, raised this luminous lace of stones, wood and glass. This faith remains ours. It is she who moves the mountains and we will rebuild this masterpiece.”

The Opera Garnier or Palais Garnier is one of Paris’ most celebrated monuments. Situated in the 9th arrondissement at the end of the avenue de l’Opéra, the sumptuous opera house symbolises the opulence of the Second Empire.

Arc de Triomphe – Situated at the Place de l’Etoile, overlooking the Champs-Elysées, the Arc de Triomphe is the biggest arch in the world. It was commissioned by Napoleon in 1806 to celebrate his victory at Austerlitz. The architects Chalgrin, Joust and Blouet all worked on the monument. Sculptures were designed by Cortot, Rude, Etex, Pradier and Lemaire. Beneath the arch is the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and each evening at 6:30pm its flame is rekindled. From the top of the monument, visitors benefit from a panoramic view of Paris, during the day and at night, and two viewpoint indicators. A museum retracing the history of the Arc de Triomphe, situated within the structure, completes the visit.

Musée d’Orsay – Internationally renowned for its rich collection of Impressionist art, the Musée d’Orsay also displays all Western artistic creation from 1848 to 1914. Its collections represent all expressive forms, from painting to architecture, as well as sculpture, the decorative arts and photography. You’re sure to be dazzled by the beauty of the place: a train station that looks like a palace, inaugurated for the 1900 Universal Exposition. At the end of 2011, the museum reopened all of its entirely renovated spaces as well as some new rooms: an additional 400 m² for the Pavillon Amont, Post-Impressionist artists at the heart of the museum, the redesign of the Impressionists gallery, a new temporary exhibition space, plus a new ‘aquatic’ decor for the Café des Hauteurs, designed by Brazilian designers, the Campana Brothers.

The Champs-Élysées avenue, one of the most famous places in Paris, is considered by many tourists as the most beautiful avenue of the world. Major place of luxurious brands and prestigious sites of the capital, the avenue is part of the main tourist attractions in Paris. France Tourism has selected Parisian shows not to be missed on the fabulous Champs-Élysées avenue. You will be delighted by a dinner in the famous restaurants “Le Fouquet’s” or “Chez Clément”, followed the show “Bonheur” of the cabaret Lido de Paris.

Day 04


American Breakfast at hotel.

Free day in Paris to discover any sights that you fascinated or do your shopping in Paris.

In the late evening if you may want to see a Show/Cabaret in Paris by going to LIDO you may proceed on your own. The Tour Manager will facilitate such movements by obtaining a 30/35 Per cent Group Discount if minimum of 15 are availing a service.

Dinner and overnight at hotel in Paris.

Lido de Paris Cabaret

Day 05

Paris / Luxembourg

Bock Casemates

American Breakfast at hotel.

Leave Paris to Luxembourg. (373 KMS–5.50 Hrs.) Commence on a 3 hour tour of Luxembourg with guide. City is famous because it used to be the most fortified city in Europe and many of the old defences still remain in the form of the Luxembourg Casemates Bock which surrounds the city. Marvel at the view from Europe’s most beautiful balcony. The city has a unique layout in that it is spread across a picturesque valley, the City Centre and the Old Town are located at the top of the valley, with quirkier neighbourhoods of Clausen and the Grund situated at the base. Just a short walk from the centre of Luxembourg city, Le Cheminde la Corniche and the Place de La Constitution offer incredible views over the valley and the river beneath you. Le Cheminde la Corniche is often referred to as being “Europe’s most beautiful balcony” on account of its phenomenal and unparalleled views and it is definitely the place to head in order to get a postcard-perfect photograph of your time in Luxembourg. After the first stop it is just a short, scenic walk to the Casemate Bock. The remnants of the fortified Castle built by Count Siegfried still exists, as do a mysterious and intricate network of tunnels that run all around the outskirts of Luxembourg City. Though many of the tunnels were destroyed in the 18th century, 17 KM of them still remain. The tunnels extend as far as a phenomenal 40 meters below the ground and once housed entire secretive settlements including barracks for 1200 soldiers, slaughter houses and supply stores. In the Second World War, the tunnels were used as bomb shelters by thousands of people during air raids. Explore Clausen and the Grund situated in the lower part of Luxembourg, along the steep grassy banks of the Alzette River, the historic neighbourhoods of Clausen and the Grund feel almost like they are part of a completely different town entirely. These neighbourhoods are among the oldest in all of Luxembourg and were once inhabited by craftsmen and artisans. Clausen and the Grund have stayed true to their artistic routes and the area is filled with quirky craft workshops, independent breweries and trendy coffee shops, The picturesque Neumunster Abbey is a great place for a photo opportunity and is also a hubbub of cultural activity with dozen of flea markets, art exhibitions, live music and lectures taking place here thorough out the year.

Ascend the pathways back towards the Old Town of Luxembourg. Stop by the Grand Ducal Palace to watch the changing of the guard’s ceremony. As you may know, Luxembourg does not have a King or Queen but a “Grand Duchy” and is the only country in the world that is ran in this way. Stop by the lovely little Chocolate House directly opposite the Palace for a hot chocolate with a twist on your expense. There are over 30 varieties of hot chocolates here.

Dinner and overnight in Luxembourg hotel.

Day 06

Luxembourg / Brussels

American Breakfast at hotel.

Leave Fairy tale Luxemburg and proceed to Brussels, Belgium. (213 KMS – 3.00 Hrs.) Upon arrival, commence on a tour of Brussels with a guide for 4 hours.

The gilded facades encircling Brussels’ splendid Grand Place glint in the early morning sun, making it a picturesque spot to kick off a tour of the capital. Browse the Belgian designer boutiques along Rue Antoine Dansaert and the surrounding Ste-Catherine streets, which showcase big Antwerp names and hot new talents. Explore the antique and chocolate shops of the cobbled Sablon Square, which on Sunday hosts an upmarket antiques market, and check out the 48 bronze statuettes of the nearby Place du Petit Sablon. The 14th-century Église Notre-Dame du Sablonfeatures a Madonna statue with alleged healing powers. Then dive into the artistic treasures of the Musées Royaux des Beaux-Arts, which includes an annexe dedicated to Magritte. Head over to the Heysel district for a spot of space-age Brussels: the giant Atomium with its linked metallic globes contains exhibitions about Brussels life and art, and a restaurant. Belgium, especially Brussels, has a wonderful history and love for comic books and their creators. Did you know that Brussels was the birthplace of Tintin? To honour Belgium’s most famous comics the city of Brussels collaborated with the Belgian Comic Strip Centre to install more than 50 large comic strips murals across the city. These vibrant motifs show Tinting, Gomer Goof, the gauls Asterix and Obelix,

On completion of the tour, transfer to an Indian Restaurant for dinner and overnight in Brussels.

Grand Place and the Town Hall – The central square of Brussels is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most beautiful town squares in the world. Surrounded by the decorative 17the century guild houses, the impressive City Hall and the Maison du Roi (now the Brussels City Museum) it’s a place not to be missed. My favourite time to go is in the evening when the crowds are smaller and the buildings are nicely lit.

Manneken Pis – The little ‘peeing boy’ is said to have saved the city from the fire and is an ultimate symbol of Brussels. The iconic bronze statue will surprise you with its small size. Depending on the day you visit, you might see him naked or dressed. Manneken Pis has over 960 costumes for all kinds of different occasions. The little guy even has his own website. This small bronze statue of a little boy peeing boy was designed by Hiëronymus Duquesnoy the Elder between 1618 and 1619. When the Manneken-Pis were first put in place, it played an important role is the distribution of drinking water.

Les Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert – The 19th-century pedestrian gallery with numerous boutiques and restaurants is not to be missed.

St. Michael & St. Gudula Cathedral – Finished in the beginning of the 16th century, the impressive Gothic cathedral took over 300 years to build. It is here that all significant Belgian monarchy’s celebrations take place: coronations, weddings, and state funerals.

Royal Palace of Brussels – The official palace of the Belgian King in the centre of Brussels is used for all kinds of official events and can be visited from the end July till beginning of September. The Royal family itself lives in the Castle of Laeken on the outskirts of Brussels.

Mont des Arts – This ‘hill of the arts’ is a nice garden overlooking the Sablon area and the City Hall of Brussels.

Brussels Stock Exchange – Impressive architecture.

The Atomium – is a landmark building in Brussels, originally constructed for the 1958 Brussels World’s Fair (Expo 58). It is located on the Heysel Plateau, where the exhibition took place. It is now a museum. Designed by the engineer André Waterkeyn and architects André and Jean Polak, it stands 102 m (335 ft) tall. Its nine 18 m (60 ft.) diameter stainless steel clad spheres are connected, so that the whole forms the shape of a unit cell of an iron crystal magnified 165 billion times. Tubes of 3 m (10 ft.) diameter connect the spheres along the 12 edges of the cube and all eight vertices to the centre. They enclose stairs, escalators and a lift (in the central, vertical tube) to allow access to the five habitable spheres, which contain exhibit halls and other public spaces. The top sphere includes a restaurant which has a panoramic view of Brussels. In 2013, CNN named it Europe’s most bizarre building.


Day 07

Lisse / Amsterdam

Keukenhof Tulip Gardens

American Breakfast at hotel.

Leave Brussels to Lisse (204 KMS -03.10 Hrs.) to admire the beauty of Dutch tulips. With 7 million flower bulbs planted every year across 79 acres (32 hectares), Keukenhof Gardens is a colourful sea of 800 varieties of tulips and other spring flowers, attracting visitors from around the globe who want to see the Netherlands’ iconic tulip fields. More than 9 miles (15 km) of footpaths provide space to stroll around the park, take photos of flowers in bloom, and enjoy this favourite Holland tradition. The Basics Keukenhof is open for just two months each spring, making the annual event one of the most popular in Europe. In addition to the flower fields, the park is a kid-friendly venue home to canals, restaurants, a picnic area, a maze, a playground, and a windmill, providing plenty to see and do as you walk around.

Thereafter, continue your journey to Amsterdam, one of the most romantic cities in the world as well as most of the canal cities. You’ll be spoiled for choice! Amsterdam is a very versatile city and you can really enjoy it from different points of view. See Zaanse Schans, Volendam, and Marken to discover wooden houses, admire a classic line-up of authentic windmills, visit a cheese factory to sample local dairy products and watch a shoemaker fashion wooden clogs using traditional methods in these old world villages.

End the day with a 1 hour cruise by experiencing Amsterdam from the water and surprise yourself cruising along all highlights of the Amsterdam canals. During this cruise you will view the beautiful hidden treasures of Amsterdam which you don’t see by foot. This Cruise is the unique way to experience the city! Feast your eyes on the elegant merchant’s houses dating from the Golden Age, the fabulous gables, beautiful churches, the iconic Magere Brug (Skinny Bridge), top attractions such as Anne Frank House and City Hall and many more highlights.

Have dinner at an Indian Restaurant and proceed to your hotel for overnight. If you want to Discover “Amsterdam at Night” you may do so on your own. This city is vibrant at Night.

Day 08

Amsterdam / Hamburg

American Breakfast at hotel.

Leave Amsterdam to Hamburg, Germany. (Allow 6.50 Hrs. for 442 KMS).

After arriving in Hamburg, commence on a 3 hour tour of Hamburg with guide. You will visit the town hall houses the parliament and senate and contains 647 rooms. It’s a large building with a façade that features intricate designs, a clock, and a stunning copper roof. Built at the end of the 19th-century, the building remains one of the most important sites in the city. The area around the town hall is equally majestic, with numerous historic buildings and a public promenade built along the banks of the river. When you exit Town Hall and start walking northeast toward Binnenalster, one of the large man-made lakes built near the centre of the city. Within a couple of blocks, you’ll reach the Jungfernstieg. Thereafter, work your way south toward the Port of Hamburg. While there are dozens of attractions in the port area, the Speicherstadt stands out as a necessary stop. In fact, the Speicherstadt is an important stop for any Germany trip itinerary. It’s a warehouse district constructed toward the end of the 19th-century and beginning of the 20th-century. The buildings are separated by a couple of canals and linked with various footbridges, but they are all interconnected, making it a massive contiguous warehouse complex. Considered the largest warehouse district in the world, the complex includes 17 buildings standing 7 to 8 stories tall. It includes over 300,000 square metres of storage space. Currently, one-third of the world’s carpet is produced in these warehouses. The neo-Gothic architecture, canals, and bridges also make it one of the most scenic sites in the city. Make sure that you snap several photos in this area. The Speicherstadt spans most of the southern edge of the city’s centre. When you reach the western part of the warehouse complex, you’ll find one of the newest additions to Hamburg’s impressive buildings. The Elbphilharmonie was opened in 2017, as a world-class concert hall. The building is designed to resemble a large sail of a boat or a wave of the water. It stands out among the older architecture of the Speicherstadt.

After getting a better view of the city from inside the Elbphilharmonie, you will take the northern footbridge back toward the centre of the city. Work your way along the riverside boulevards as you travel to St. Michael’s Church. The church was built in 1669 and has become a landmark in the city. Outside of the church, you can check out the sculpture of St. Michael defeating the devil. The inside of the church contains 2,500 seats and a large marble pulpit. To finish off your tour of Hamburg in 24 hours, you’ll head to the Reeperbahn, the biggest red-light district in Europe. In decades past, the Reeperbahn was a raunchy, adults-only section of the city. While one of the side streets still houses sex shops, the area has become more family-friendly. Theatres and restaurants have popped up that cater to everyone from families to fellow travellers.
At the end of the Reeperbahn is the Beatles Platz. Life-size silhouettes of the Beatles were erected to commemorate the group’s early history in Hamburg. Before breaking big, the band got their start playing at small clubs in Hamburg.

As the evening winds down, proceed to hotel for dinner and overnight.


Day 09

Hamburg / Copenhagen

Tivoli Gardens

American Breakfast at hotel.

Leave to Copenhagen. Experience the Hamburg to Copenhagen train ferry adventure with the two halves being connected via a train that goes onto a ferry. I kid you not. If a train driving inside a ferry and being transported across the Baltic Sea to emerge the other side on land isn’t the most exciting prospect you’ve ever heard of, then you’re on the wrong blog. There are not many places in the world where trains go onto ferries, so this is a proper unique experience. Also, the cities it goes between are both good places to go to, so it’s not like it’s just a novelty. It makes for a really good double city break. The trains to Hamburg run up to 5 times per day in each direction and the whole journey takes just under 5 hours overall, but obviously you’re on the ferry for some of that so it doesn’t feel that long at all.

The bit where your train is INSIDE the ferry (aka the best bit) is around 50 minutes as the ferry crosses between Puttgarden (Germany) and Rødby (Denmark). The main highlight of the journey is of course the ferry crossing before you get to Rødby, you’ll notice the land getting very flat. You’re on Denmark’s island of Lolland, which is nicknamed ‘Pancake Island’ for obvious reasons. When you get to Rødby’s coast, get your phone/camera out because this is the good bit. You’ll see the ferry ahead so you’ll have time to get your shot lined up before the train rolls slowly onto the waiting ferry. Once you’re in the ferry, you have to leave the train and go up to the passenger deck. You can’t stay on the train, but you can leave your suitcases etc. where they are (this is Denmark, after all – it’s safe in the grand scheme of things). Top tip: remember what door you exit through so you can easily find you carriage at the other end. You can get some sea air and look at the view out on the top deck. Minutes away insanely you feel the cold and sleeting. Good times. Try to find a seat safely indoors to watch the coast approaching without the optional hypothermia. As you can see from the emptiness of the deck, everyone else was in agreement. It really does feel like you’re on the sea – I mean, obviously you are because it’s the sea, but you get properly out into it. It’s not just like you’re nipping across a tiny bay or anything. As you approach the Copenhagen, there’s an announcement to tell everyone to get back on the train as you’re arriving into Rødby. Don’t wait for everyone else because lots of them will be foot passengers etc. and won’t need to move. When the ferry arrives in Rødby (Denmark), the doors open and the train drives off immediately. The coach will pick up the group from Rødby and transfer to Copenhagen (159 KMS-02.15 Hrs.)

Upon arrival in beautiful Copenhagen, commence on a 3 hour tour of Copenhagen with guide. You will visit Kongens Nytorv, or King’s New Square, is the city’s biggest public square, laid out by 17th-century king, Christian V, whose statue you will find astride a horse in the centre. The square is surrounded by grand 17th-century buildings, including the iconic Hotel d’ Angleterre, home to Champagne bar Balthazar, in the back of the hotel, which serves more than 160 different Champagnes and Champagne cocktails, including 11 different Champagnes by the glass. The square is also where Strøget (Europe’s longest pedestrian shopping area) ends so, if you’d rather skip the alcohol, you’ll find lots of cafés filled with weary shoppers.

A short stroll east of Kongens Nytorv will bring you to Nyhavn, a canal side stretch of brightly colour buildings and bars and cafes. While away your time with a Carlsberg and a traditional Danish smørrebrød (open-faced sandwich). Leaving from Nyhavn, walk towards the Little Mermaid, the Black Diamond library, and Amalienborg Palace. Copenhagen’s most notable landmark, the twisting, soaring copper-and-gold spire of Von Frelsers Kirke (Church of our Savior), a 15 minute walk southeast of Kongens Nytorv, also offers the city’s best vantage point. You can climb the 400 steps of winding staircase (150 of which are outdoors) to the top of the spire for views across central Copenhagen and to the harbour. Note that the top of the spire is closed from November to March.

Denmark’s most-visited tourist attraction, the Tivoli Gardens are home to an amusement park, pleasure gardens, fine dining restaurants, and music venue and theatre venues. A stroll through the beautifully landscaped 21-acre park is a relaxing way to spend your layover.

Once completed, have dinner at an Indian Restaurant and head towards your hotel in Copenhagen for overnight.

Day 10

Copenhagen / Malmo / Copenhagen

Your tour will start with your guide picking you up at your location to take you across the magnificent Øresund Bridge to Sweden, which offers a stunning view and experience 2 countries in a single day. (40 KMS-01.01 Hrs.)

You will explore Malmö: a modern and vibrant town that is the capital and hub of the Swedish Half of Copenhagen and of Southern Sweden. Having been Danish for 400 years until conquered by Sweden, Malmö was once the second biggest city in Denmark and is still today Copenhagen’s sister just across the narrow Øresund strait. You will then head for the old town, where aging Danish buildings narrate a story of a confident place that considered itself at the very core of power in the Kingdom of Denmark.
You will also have a look at the latest architecture and the panoramic view at Malmö’s sea front, where Scandinavia’s tallest building, the Turning Torso, stands proudly as the landmark of Malmö. City life in Malmö is concentrated primarily around Stora Torget and Lilla Torget, the 2 main squares, where you’ll find lots of good shops and places to eat.

You’ll find a wealth of cultural attractions, including the Museum of Contemporary and Modern Art.

Upon arrival, commence on a 3 hour tour of Malamo, Sweden. Malmö is a city best explored on foot and your guide takes you to some must-see attractions, such as St. Petri Church, the Old Graveyard, and Malmöhus Castle, while offering in-depth insights into each. As well as the landmarks, you also visit some of lesser-known parts of the city, like the university area and your guide’s own favourite hidden spots. After completing the tour with guide, we will head to Copenhagen Airport for your flight to Colombo which departs at 15.35 Hours.

Malmo City Hall

Day 11


Bandaranaike International Airport

Return to Sri Lanka with wonderful memories of your tour with Qwest Destinations.

Cost of Tour

  • Rs. 399,000/- Per Adult
  • Rs. 389,000/- Per Child
  • Single Supplement – Rs. 150,000 Per Person
    (In the event any government taxes/VAT/levies are introduced, it will be passed on to clients.)

Tour Package includes:

• Cost of Air Passage on Economy Class with Emirates Airlines
• Accommodation, Twin Sharing in 3 or 4 Star Hotels
• City Taxes at Hotels included
• Taxes & Fuel Surcharges included
• Daily Breakfast/Dinner
• Airport Transfers with meet and assist service
• Motor Coach with Driver – A/C Coach
• English speaking Guides for Sightseeing Tours
• Road Toll Fees
• Ferry Tickets
• Entrance to selected Attractions/Sights in the program

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