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7 Night - Paris/Rome Package
 

 

$1,199.00 per person,
based on double room occupancy

Your 7 Night-Paris/Rome Package includes:

In Paris

Transfer from airport to hotel in Paris

3-night accommodation at the Hotel Du Val Girard*** or similar

Daily buffet breakfast

1 1/2 hour cruise on the Seine river

Full day entrance ticket to Le Louvre Museum

Detailed map of Paris

VAT included.

Overnight train ticket Paris to Rome

in a sleeper compartment T6

In Rome

3-night accommodation at the
Hotel Adriano Rome*** or similar

Daily buffet breakfast

The Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel - Half day tour*

All Taxes

7 Night Package Price
$1,199pp

Airfare not included
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Your tour in Rome
*Vatican Museums and the Sixtine Chapel tours
Every morning -
Except SUNDAYS, the religious holidays and between December 24 and January 2.
Pick up starting at 08:15am depending on the hotel location.

Esquilino Square -Republic Square - Diocleziano baths - Flamino Square - Sant' Angelo Castle, the Popes' fortress - Vatican Museums (visit): The staircase by Momo, Pio Clementino Museum - the Candle Stick Gallery, the maps Gallery - the Raffaello halls: with the wonderful frescoes, the Sixtine Chapel, the sacred art museum - The Royal staircase by Bernini.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Paris (also known as the "City of Light") is the capital city of France. It is situated on the River Seine, in northern France, at the heart of the ╬le-de-France region ("RÚgion parisienne"). Paris has an estimated population of 2,153,600 within city limits (2005 est.). The Paris urban area has a population of 9.93 million; a vast commuter belt around the same completes the Paris "aire urbaine" (roughly: "metropolitan area") that, with its population of 11.5 million, is one of the most populated areas of its kind in Europe.

Paris' location at a crossroads between land and river trade routes in lands of abundant agriculture had made it one of France's principal cities by the 10th century, rich with royal palaces, wealthy abbeys and a cathedral; by the 12th century Paris had become one of Europe's foremost centres of learning and the arts. Today, Paris is a major influence in politics, fashion, business, arts and science. The city serves as an important hub of intercontinental transportation and is home to universities, sport events, opera companies and museums of international renown, making it an attraction for over 30 million foreign visitors per year.


 

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Rome. According to legend, the city of Rome was founded by the twins Romulus and Remus on April 21, 753 BC. Archaeological evidence supports claims that Rome was inhabited since the 8th century BC and earlier.[2] The city was the cradle of Roman civilization that produced the largest and longest-lasting empire of classical antiquity. The city was pivotal and responsible for the spread of Greco-Roman culture that endures to this day. Rome is also identified with the Catholic Church and the holders of its episcopal seat are the popes. An enclave of Rome is the State of the Vatican City, the sovereign territory of the Holy See and smallest nation in the world.

Rome, Caput mundi ("capital of the world"), la CittÓ Eterna ("the Eternal City"), Limen Apostolorum ("threshold of the Apostles"), la cittÓ dei sette colli ("the city of the seven hills") or simply l'Urbe ("the City"), is thoroughly modern and cosmopolitan. As one of the few major European cities that escaped World War II relatively unscathed, central Rome remains essentially Renaissance and Baroque in character. The Historic Centre of Rome is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

               

 

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