Yellow Line “Southern European Enthusiasm” Seven Days

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Group Tours


[Every Saturday/Tuesday*] Madrid→Zaragoza (320km)


In the morning, depart for Madrid, the capital of Spain. Billis Fountain, Millau Square, Plaza de España, Spanish Grand Palace and other scenic spots. The Royal Palace is the building of the Spanish royal family in its heyday. It is magnificent and beautiful, showing the sacred afterglow of the former empire; “Zero Kilometer” is a small square tile that is not too big and not too small, and it is placed on the sidewalk of Puerta del Sol. The Puerta del Sol Plaza is full of shops and department stores, which is a good place to buy Spanish specialty leather products, clothing and various souvenirs; in the afternoon, bid farewell to Madrid and go to Lagossa. After arriving, go straight to the Piazza della Pillar. On the square, the main church of the Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar is in Baroque style. It was built between 1681 and 1872. It is dedicated to Our Lady of the Pillar. It is called “the mother of the Spanish people” by the pope. Known as the first Notre Dame Cathedral in history; there are many restaurants and cafes on the square, where group members can enjoy dinner freely. Accommodation: Zaragoza or nearby cities

[Every Sunday/Wednesday] Zaragoza→Barcelona (300km)

In the morning, depart for the famous Spanish coastal city of Barcelona. Upon arrival, visit the warm and charming Barcelona. Attractions include: Columbus Monument and Las Ramblas Avenue. Then visit the most representative Sagrada Familia in Barcelona. This church is the masterpiece of Gaudí, the architectural genius known as the “Architectural Poet”; then visit the exterior of the Luying Stadium to take pictures and buy souvenirs. After the tour, I went to visit the Olympic venue on the hill of Montjuic, where the 1992 Olympic Games were held. From the hill, you can overlook the panoramic view of the city. In the rest of the time, go to the bustling Plaza Catalonia for free activities, and return to the hotel after dinner. Accommodation: Barcelona or nearby cities

[Every Monday/Thursday*] Barcelona → Valencia → Alicante (525 km)

Depart in the morning along the coastline to Valencia, the third largest city in Spain. Historically, Valencia has always served as Spain’s gateway to the Mediterranean Sea. In and out, Valencia has been injected with the stimulus of cultural exchanges and economic and trade reforms, and it has also enabled Valencia to enjoy the prosperity and brilliance that other cities have never had. Although Valencia has lost its aura today, it is still an important city for trade fairs, where various exhibitions are held throughout the year. After arriving, visit the municipal square, ancient city gate and Valencia Cathedral in the old city. The three gates at the entrance of the church reveal the vicissitudes of the cathedral, but the most striking thing is the agate collected in the south wing chapel Cup, which is said to be the Holy Grail used by Jesus at the Last Supper. After the tour, head towards Alicante, a beach resort city on the Costa Blanca. Accommodation: Alicante or nearby cities

[Every Tuesday /Friday*] Alicante → Granada (485 km)

In the morning, depart for Granada, a famous city on the plateau of Andalusia Province. This is a famous historical city, which was ruled by Visigoths and Arabs successively. Stronghold, in the 15th century, King Fernandi successfully expelled the Arabs and completed the great cause of unifying Spain, leaving behind the relics of various civilizations and cultures. Take photos outside the Alhambra Palace (also known as the Red Palace). Then visit the city center and old city of Granada. The exquisite architecture and fresh and refined style are so beautiful.

[Every Wednesday/Saturday*] Granada→Seville (240km)


Depart for Seville, the soul city of Andalusia in the morning. This city was once the capital of the Muslim dynasty, the guardian angel of Andalusian culture, the birthplace of flamenco dance, and the story of the writer’s novel “Carmen”. and the fourth largest city in Spain. After arriving, visit the cathedral built in the 16th century. The chapel dedicated to the royal family in the church houses the mausoleums of many kings in the Middle Ages; next to the altar is the mausoleum of Columbus, in recognition of the great navigator’s contribution to the discovery of the New World ; Visit the Alcazar Castle, which used to be one of the Muslim palaces and palaces of the Spanish dynasty. This palace was listed as a world cultural heritage by the United Nations in 1987. This building has experienced Muslim and Catholic dynasties. One of the complex and beautiful buildings, then stroll through the Santa Cruz District, the Golden Tower and Maria Luisa Park. This is the site of the 1992 World Expo. The finely crafted porcelain paintings of the Plaza de España detail the history and style of Spain in the past. Accommodation: Seville or nearby cities

[Every Thursday/Sunday*] Seville → Lisbon (460 km)

Depart for Lisbon, the capital of Portugal in the morning. It is expected to arrive at the end of the world in the afternoon, “Big Stone Point”. This is the westernmost point of the European continent. In addition to feeling the vastness of the vast Atlantic Ocean, group members can also purchase commemorative certificates to prove that they have set foot on the western end of Europe , of great commemorative value. After the tour, transfer to Lisbon to visit the ancient tower of Belem in the city, the Navigator Monument, which symbolizes Portugal as the pioneer of the nautical age and its enthusiasm for discovering the New World, and then go to the Geronimo Monastery to get a glimpse of Portugal’s sea power in the 16th century The appearance of the Manuel-style architecture left over from the heyday, after the tour, you will be sent to Lima Lucy Square and Pangbu Square for free activities. If you are interested, you can taste authentic Portuguese egg tarts in the century-old bakery. Accommodation: Lisbon or nearby cities

[Every Friday/Monday*] Lisbon→Toledo→Madrid (675km)

Depart for Madrid in the morning, and visit the ancient city of Duolido in the afternoon. Surrounded by the Taigas River and the strong city walls, Duolido recorded the history and culture of Spain. Spain was built here in its heyday. Walking in this historic site Overlook the Alcazar Castle, visit the magnificent cathedral, and fully experience the prosperity of Spain in the past; after the tour, head towards Madrid and arrive in Madrid at about 8:00 pm. Accommodation: Madrid or nearby cities

[Every Monday/Thursday*] Frankfurt → Bonn → Cologne → Amsterdam (500 km)


In the morning, depart for Bonn, the former capital of West Germany. After arriving, visit the attractions of Bonn: Beethoven’s former residence, University of Bonn. After a tour, transfer to Cologne, visit the famous Cologne Cathedral and shopping street. In the afternoon, drive to the Netherlands from Cologne. Accommodation: Amsterdam or nearby cities

[Every Tuesday/Friday*] Amsterdam→ZaanseSchans→Amsterdam (50km)

Depart for the most distinctive windmill village in the suburbs in the morning, visit the windmills that symbolize Holland, traditional clog factories, and cheese factories, and introduce the clogs and cheese manufacturing process; after lunch, visit the famous places in Amsterdam: Dam Square, Royal Palace, Heroes Monument, Shuttle on the canal on a glass sightseeing boat and enjoy the scenery of the 17th century on both sides. Amsterdam is known as the capital of diamonds. Its exquisite and meticulous polishing technology is world-renowned. Of course, visiting the diamond factory is a program not to be missed; check in to the hotel after dinner. Amsterdam’s red light district is bustling and lively, and you can go there at your own expense to open your eyes. Accommodation: Amsterdam or nearby cities

[Every Wednesday/Saturday*] Amsterdam→Brussels→Paris (500km)

Depart for Brussels, the capital of Belgium in the morning, first visit the Atomium, and then go to the city to visit the Gothic City Hall, the Grand Place, and the bronze statue of Manneken Pis; drive to France in the afternoon, and drive directly to Paris, the romantic and charming flower capital after crossing the border. Return to hotel after dinner.

[Every Thursday/Sunday*] Paris→Versailles→Paris (60km)


Depart in the morning to start a sightseeing tour of the city’s attractions in Paris, the magnificent and solemn Arc de Triomphe representing the spirit of the French nation, the bustling Champs-Elysées, the Place de la Concorde where the guillotine was located during the Great Revolution, the Tomb of Napoleon and the Home of Disabled Soldiers. It also passes through the Notre Dame Cathedral, which was built only two centuries ago, and the Eiffel Tower, the “Giant of Paris” standing on the banks of the Seine. In the afternoon, go to the suburbs of Paris to visit the famous palace “Versailles” in the seventeenth century. This palace was built by the French emperor Louis XIV. The emperor is luxuriously decorated, the seat of singing and dancing, the palace is decorated magnificently, and many precious cultural relics have been left behind. The most famous hall of mirrors has witnessed many major European historical events. Return to Paris after the tour, and return to the hotel after dinner to rest.

[Every Friday/Monday*] Paris

Depart in the morning to visit the world-famous Louvre Museum, watch the three treasures of the town palace, including: Leonardo da Vinci’s famous painting “Mona Lisa”, statues of the goddess Venus, the goddess of victory; after lunch, go to the pier, take a sightseeing boat to visit the Seine at your own expense, Enjoying the beautiful scenery on both sides of the Strait, it is a program not to be missed when traveling in Paris. After the tour, transfer to the heart of shopping in Paris. The rest of the time is free for group members. Those who love shopping can go to large department stores to buy fashionable handbags and French perfumes. (For group members who are interested in going to the nightclub to watch wonderful and gorgeous song and dance performances or taste French cuisine, the team leader will be happy to arrange it for you). Accommodation: Paris or nearby cities

[Every Saturday/Tuesday*] Paris→Hans Reims→Luxembourg (420km)

In the morning, depart for Hans, the capital of Champagne in France; Hans is the current economic capital of the Champagne region and a very important city in French history. This “coronation capital” was crowned and enthroned, and Hans Notre-Dame became the most important sightseeing spot in Hans. After traveling, drive to the small country of Luxembourg. After arriving, visit the city’s Adolphe Bridge, canyon, Constitution Square and other scenic spots. Accommodation: Luxembourg or nearby cities

[Every Sunday/Wednesday*] Luxembourg → Trier → Koblenz → Rudesheim am Rhein → Frankfurt (400km)

In the morning, depart for the German town of Trier, which is the oldest city in Germany. Its history began in the first century AD. It was once the capital of the Western Roman Empire. During the reign of Emperor Constantine, Trier stepped into the In the golden age, it was known as the Second Rome; Trier was also the birthplace of the great communist Marx, and the former residence of Marx and the Black Castle in the city are must-sees. After a short tour, go to Cobenlenz, known as the “German Corner”, which is the confluence of the two major European rivers, the Rhine and the Mosel, and is a famous scenic spot; the tourist bus travels along the Rhine, and the scenery on both sides Come into view (if the ship’s position and schedule are matched, Rhine river boats can be arranged in summer), and stop for a while on the way through the lively town of Rüdesheim (according to the road conditions at the time); in the afternoon, arrive in Frankfurt, the largest financial city in Germany, for a tour The Roman Berg Square in the city center and St. Paul’s Church, a symbol of freedom and democracy, are bustling commercial streets. Accommodation: Frankfurt or nearby cities


  • The tour fee is counted in “days”, and the last night of the itinerary is without accommodation (that is, seven days and six nights, four days and three nights, and one day without night)
  • Stay in a three-star hotel, no less than a three-star standard, double room for two people, including continental breakfast (coffee or tea, juice, bread, jam)
  • Children aged 2 to 11 must share a room with two adults without occupying a bed (only one child can share a room). If a child needs to occupy a bed, it will be calculated according to the adult group fee
  • Children aged 0 to 2 are free, but must not occupy any seats and services
  • The departure location* time is for reference only, no dispute or claim for delay

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