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The summer is here, the best time to travel around Europe! Let’s go for an Eurotrip! Spend an incredible summer visiting fascinating cities. Join us at this great tour. We will leave from Madrid and Paris and will trave all around Europe, visitng cities such as Amsterdam, Berlin, Vienna, Budapest, Pula, Rome and much more.

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From the 9th of June to the 9th of July

1’ Day - Madrid - Bordeaux

Close your books, forget about stress and join us in direction to Bordeaux, first stage of our European summer adventure. We will leave Madrid at about  00:30 and will arrive to Bordeaux in the morning. On our way we will cross Pyrenees and south of France but we will stop in this city specially known for laying within the one of the most renewned wine regions. We will have a walk around the city.  Recharge your batteries because an amazing trip with Unitrippers is just starting! Are you ready?

Did you know that…

  • The funeral of the famous spanish painter Goya was held in Notre Dame du Chapelet church in Bordeaux in  1828.
  • Bell tower of Saint Michel Basilica 114 metres high is the highest building in the city.
  • The famous bridge, known as “Pont de Pierre” in Bordeaux was the only bridge crossing the river Garona until 1965. It has 17 arches, because the name of great french emperor Napoleón Bonaparte, who promoted its construction has 17 letters.

2’ Day - Bordeaux - Paris

We will wake up in Bordeaux, turning the engines on again, setting Paris on the GPS.  After the breakfast we will take direction to the “The City of Lights”. It’s known for being the cosmopolitan capital of France and also it’s one of the most populated and visited cities of Europe.

Moreover, we will offer a panoramic tour in bus around this city, driving aroung the most importat spots of Paris, incredibly illuminated, not only by lights but also by explanation on board.

*Excursion Paris by night, optional

Did you know that…

  • Eiffel Towe is 18 cm higher in summer, given the expansion of iron.
  • Why Paris is called City of Light? Its because many burglaries used to take place, so the mayor ordered putting candles in all windows, until gas lamps were installed on the streets.
  • A problem called “Paris Syndrome“ affects many Japanese who arrive to the city with very high expectations which are not fulfilled during their visit so they suffer great disappointment. There is even a phone line available 24 hours a day for victims of the syndrome.

3’ Day - Paris

We’ll wake up in Paris and after having eaten a croissant and a hot drink, we’ll begin our route in Paris. We only need to choose where to start! You don’t have to be in love to enjoy Paris. We’ll visit the most characteristic places in Paris, we’ll walk along the Senne river until we get to the Notre Dame, the most famous gothic cathedral in the world, covered with gargoyles. We’ll make our way towards the Louvre and snap a photo with the famous pyramids and continue onto the Place de la Concorde.

Of course, we’ll finish our tour at the most famous tower in the world, the Eiffel Tower, a massive structure of steel which was a result of a universal exhibition in the nineteenth century and since then has watched the people of Paris from above, covered in trillions of their little locks.

Not had enough yet right?! Well, recharge your batteries because things still wait to be seen in Paris that you can’t miss! What do you think about seeing the Sacre Coeur in Montmatre and making our way down Pigalle, where you can find Moulin Rouge?

4’ Day - Paris- Brussels

Hopofully you are still full of energy because we still have many many cities and countries to see during ou Eurotrip. We are going to Belgium, particulary to its capita: Brussels. You will explore the heart of European Union, in all its dynamism and splendour.

We will visit and go around all the characteristic places of this city. Its where Tintin, Lucky Luke and Smurfs were born. We will, of course, go to check Manneken Pis, the symbol of the city since more than 2 centuries ago and which receives more than 2 millions of visitors per year. There are 10 million people living in the whole country, who speak 3 diferent languages: french, flemish and german.

Another symbols of Brussels are Atomium and amazing Grand Place…and if you like sweets…buffff…You are gonna go crazy with the odour of chocolate and waffles which flows through its steets. If sweet is not your cup of tea, don’t worry, you can go with the beer…but beware it’s very misleading at 8-9% alcohol content!

Did you know that…

  • The famous Manneken Pis statue in Brussels, also known as meón child, is not the original. There have been silent replacements of the statue due to it being damaged and stolen by vandals repeatedly.
  • The three typical delights of Brussels are: frites, waffles and beer
  • There are  many types of beer in Brussels, and the Delirium bar is one of the most picturesque, collecting them all
  • There is a wellspring of hot water, cold water and sparkling water in the middle of the city, located at the Gare Central
  • Some of its universities follow the Flemish method of education, while others remain French

5' Day - Brussels - Bruges* - Ghent*

Today, you will have two options!

The first is to stay in Brussels and enjoy the capital while recovering from your hangover…The second option is that you hang out with us and see 2 best conserved flemish cities: Bruges and Ghent!

Hop on the Unitrips bus and we’ll take you there. We’ll start the day visiting the beautiful university city of Ghent, and end it a little bit more on the north. The city of Bruges, where we will walk from bridge to bridge, among the fog of cannals.

*Optional trip (Bruges- Ghent)

Did you know that…

  • During the Middle Ages, Bruges encountered its most prominent financial height which is reflected in its Gothic design. The city started its decay when its port was blocked by sandbars
  • Contrary to the popular belief that relates the name of the city to a story about witches, “Brugge” has its roots in the Old Dutch word for “bridge”.
  • It belongs to Flanders, cuturaly much richer region than Wallonia (the southern part of Belgium).

6’ Day - Brussels - Amsterdam

We will wake up early, taking the road to Holand, because this afternoon, the liberal city Amsterdam is waiting for us !

In the afternoon, after doing the check-in, we will go directly to explore Red Quarter.  The night is young and the life is short, so lets enjoooooooy!

7’ Day - Amsterdam

Today we will have the whole day to enjoy Amsterdam and it’s unique architecture. Houses are so narrow and high that they challenge the gravity laws.

Put your comfortable shoes on, because in Amsterdam, we will walk a lot.

Open your eyes and watch where you step.

If you are crossing the bicycle lane, be quick! Here riding a bicycle is the main way of transportation, so there are plenty of them and they have priority!

If you are not keen on walking, we offer you an alternative mean of transport to visit  Amsterdam, low boat that goes below the bridges.

You prefer going to museums? Well, here you have various options to choose, from classical Rijksmuseum, to flemish museum of Rembrandt, without forgetting the musum of the craziest european painter, Van Gogh Museum.

Not your cup of tea? In Amsterdam you can also find a contemporary art museum (MOCO) and if you fancy a beer, Heineken is your star choice! You like diamonds? Then go to a museum dedicated to this “forever stone”.

We will offer you an entrance to another musum, related to experience of a young dutch girl during the second world war, whose diary has been read by millions of people:  Anne Frank


*Entrance to Anne Frank museum (skip the line), optional

* Ride on the boat through cannals of Amsterdam, optional


Did you know that…

  • The facade of numerous houses that populate Amsterdam lean forwards. The explanation for this is that its architects built them feeling that, given their narrowness, the best way to get furniture into the house is through the top story windows. Therefore every house has a hook on its rooftop and furniture can be hoisted to prevent the it from crashing into the facade.


8’ Day - Amsterdam

Amsterdam is a city that never stops surprising, so we will let you stay here another day, so that you can discover its streets, bridges, bars and the atmosphere of this modern and cosmopolitan city that attracts tourists from all around the world.

But Netherland is not only Amsterdam, there are much more cities and villages that are worth visiting!

Therefore, today we will offer you joining an excursion in the bus to a little nearby village, where you will have a chance to see another typical element of the northern european landscapes: windmills


Did you know that…

  • There are more bikes than cars in Amsterdam, and prohibition of combustion cars is awaited by 2025.
  • Most men and women are tall in Amsterdam. Men measure an average of 184 cm and women 170 cm.

More info regarding the coffee shops:

The Best Coffee Shops in Amsterdam

9’ Day - Amsterdam - Berlin

We will say goodbye to Amsterdam, with tears in eyes, but smile on the face because our next stop will be german capital Berlin. We will cross quite a big part of Germany in our bus.

Berlin had to renvinvet itself after being almost completely destroyed during the II.WW. The city achieved it specially after the fall of Berlin wall in ’89 and unification of Eastern and Western part of the city. Since then, given the low cost of life, Berlin is attracting urban artists from all around Europe. Therefore, nowadays we can appreciate  here some of the best grafitis in Europe.

Did you know that…

  • The origin and meaning of Berlin is “marshy land” because of the land on which the city is built. The name of the city has roots in the West Slavic language in which “ber beri” means  ‘swamp’
  • The Berlin TV Tower is 368 meters high, and is the third highest tower in Europe. What’s more, not just that,  you can go 200 meters up the tower, to a restaurant that makes one full rotation on its axis at regular intervals
  • Although the only main meaningful entryway in the city is the Brandenburg Gate, at one point Berlin flaunted 18 entrance gates.

10’ Day - Berlin

“Ich bin ein Berliner”, which means “I am a Berliner” is what JFK said in ’63 to show support with people who were separated from their families due to construction of Berlin wall. Today, it’t time for you to repeat the phrase and spend a day as a Berliner.

Optional tour* (with local professional guide)

You will have a chance to choose whether to spend the day with us and a professional local guide who will explain you until the last detail what lays behind buildings of Berlin, among all Reichstag, the Parliament of Germany, next to it the iconic Brandenburg Gate, and famous monument to holocaust, masterpiece of Heisman.

We will continue to the Checkpoint Charlie, running across a good portion of the formerly wall of Berlin, destroyed in ’89, surely the most important political event of Germany in the past 50 years. If there is time, we will get to famous Alexanderplatz, where you will have an opportunity to lift up to symbol of the Berlin skyline, the TV tower, and watch the impressive views.

Did you know that…

  • The Berlin Wall, which divided the city from August 13, 1961 to November 9, 1989, had a total length of 45 km. This wall separated the Western part of Germany from the Eastern communist part. It was known as the “wall of shame” and was 3.6 meters tall
  • One tenth of the population of Berlin is made up of mainly Turks, Italians, Poles and Russians. In addition, the German capital has the largest Turkish community outside Turkey, comprising of more than 150,000 people. The district of Kreuzberg is the most mixed city called “Little Istanbul”

11’ Day - Berlin - Dresde - Prague

We will continue in direction to the south, where one of the most beautiful capitals of the tour is awaiting us, Prague.

But before we will make a stop in Dresde, the last german city we will visit and which is known as “Florence on the river Elbe”, We will have a chance to try “wurst”, german sausage and to value the baroque architecture of this city.

Did you know that…

  • The valley of the Elbe in Dresden was a UNESCO World Heritage site between 2004 and 2009 but lost its place on the list due to the construction of a 2 kilometer long bridge in the historic centre. As a result, it became the first place in Europe and the second place in the world to lose this status.

12’ Day - Prague

Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic laying on the Vltava River is the largest city in the region of Bohemia. During its history, it has received many names, such as “The Golden City”, “City of a Hundred Spires” and “The Heart of Europe”.

Lets make the most of the morning to visit this incredible city. We’ll go from the gunpowder tower and pass by the beautiful, modernist Municipal House to the Wenceslas square, universally known for the scene in “Prague Spring”. The state theatre, where various works of Mozart were first shown, and the Jewish District are all close by. After, we can pass by the Clementinum, the old Jesuit college, to finally arrive at the Charles Bridge, with its 30 famous barroque sculptures. If we have time, we can head to the “Old town Square” with its outstanding and fascinating astronomical clock.

In the afternoon we still have a lot to see of this beautiful city. If you have the energy, you can follow the path up to the Prague Castle, which sits in the bend of the Moldava river, and is the biggest castle in the world. Get to know its patios, where we will find the Saint Vito Cathedral, with its artistic treasures, gothic palaces and ancient palace of the Bohemian kingswith the magnificent hall of Vladislav, which was the biggest civil hall in Europe in its time. Also, the St George Basilica, made in the year 920 and the Golden Lane, where the castle guards, medieval artisans, goldsmiths, alchemists and even the great Franz Kafka all stayed.

We hope that you didn’t get too tired today, because the price of a huge variety of czech beers is very very cheap…

Did you know…

  • Prague Beer is cheaper than water! This is because beer is part of the everyday life and is sweet and drinkable. Awesome!
  • Prague is not at its height of fashion. The city still sees the “socks and sandals” look… Don’t believe us? Keep an eye out when you go!
  • The Prague Castle is described as the largest ancient castle on Earth. This is where the monarchy of Bohemia and the presidents of the Czech Republic stay. (We will visit this site and highlight the Golden Lane, as well as the Black and White Towers)
  • The Prague Astronomical Clock tells time with reasonable accuracy in different styles including the zodiac

13’ Day - Prague - Krakow

Today we will arrive to another country which was scene to many battles and bombings along the II. World War: Poland. Almost all the Polish cities have been totaly destroyed and there are very few with such an intact old town. One of them is Wroclaw, where we will make a stop if everything goes as planned, to feel the atmosphere of this young city, where more than 100 bridges cross the river Oder. From there, we will follow to the south of Poland, where the cultural and touristic capital of Poland lays: Krakow.

Did you know that…

  • From the political and historical point of view, Poland is one of the unluckiest countries of Europe in the last few centuries, for having been invaded by Germany, Russia, Czech Republic and Austria.
  • At the same time, Poland was never invaded neither by Romans, nor by Turks.
  • Poland is the most catholic country of Europe, especially among young people.

For more info: The best of Krakow

14’ Day - Krakow-Auschwitz*-Krakow

Krakow is the cultural expression of Poland, given its history: here you will have a chance to enjoy different zones developed in different eras, and that didn’t suffer relevant harms during the II. world war. The medieval old town is perfectly conserved and it’s possible to walk through it following the royal path that goes from the north to the south of the city, starting at the Barbican, crossing the market square, the biggest in Europe, which is dominated by the Saint Mary’s cathedral, and finishing at the legendary castle Wawel, which overlooks the river Vistula.

In the  XIX century, jewish quarter was developed on the south from the castle, the most active and characteristic quarter of the town. This quarter was converted into a ghetto during the Nazi control and it’s where Schindler lived, a german that saved thousands of jewish lives, lying to german authorities and whose story was reflected in a movie of Steven Spielberg.

Moreover, Krakow has a district with communist architecture, known by urbanists from all around the world, Nowa Huta and very well developed industrial zone.

Close to Krakow, about a one hour driving distance, the only concentration camp that survived the german autodestruction in their attempts to erase the proofs of the existence of these camps.

Auschwitz is a place of memory and reflexion, where a local guide will speak to us either in english or in spanish about all the absurdities of the Nazi regime and about the physical and moral destruction that jews had to bear.

Optional excursion to Auschwitz*

As an alternative, it’s possible to independently visit salt mines that are on the outskirts of the city.

Wieliczka salt mines are impressive mines that have up to 300 metres of depth and have been exploited since the XIII. century. You can even find a church inside!

Did you know that…

  • Auschwitz and Krakow have been scene to many movies:  Movies set in Poland
  • The famous scientist Copernicus, the first one to notice that the sun, not the earth was the centre of the solar system, studied in Krakow.

15’ Day - Krakow - Budapest

We will start our day heading to impressive Tatras mountains, that mark the border between Poland and Slovakia. This drive is especially pleasant to nature lovers. Once in Slovakia, only a few kilometers after crossing the border, we will visit a tiny town called Oravsky Podzamok, where we will visit one of the oldest castles in Slovakia, the Orava Castle (optional entrance).

After the visit, we will continue our tour to Hungary, arriving in the evening to one of our beloved cities of the tour, Budapest.

Did you know that…

  • Hungary used to be part of Austrio-Hungarian empire, thats why it has a lot in common with Vienna and Bratislava.
  • Hungary lost 1/3 of its territory after the I. World War.

16’ Day - Budapest

It’s time to explore the city which was born by unification of two sections: ‘Buda’ on the west side of the river Danube and ‘Pest’ on the east side.

Since  ’89 Hungary and it’s capital have been known for impressive development and every year they receive more and more tourist, youngsters among all, atracted by festivals and nightlife of Ruins Bar.

Are you cold-blooded? Then don’t forget your swimsuit and enjoy the best thermal baths in Europe, either at Szechenyi or at Gellert

Did you know that…

  • Every saturday, thrilling parties in thermal baths of Szechenyi take place, called  SPARTIES.
  • Wizz-Air, the second Low Cost flight company of Europe is Hungarian….that’s why it’s so easy to find cheap flights to Budapest.

17’ Day - Budapest - Bratislava - Viena

We will wake up in Budapest and hop on our bus to make a stop in the bordering country, Slovakia, this time in its modern capital Bratislava. We will walk around the old town discovering its amusing statues of bronze that make this city very likeable to the traveller’s eyes. But we won’t stop here, after driving only 50 km more, we will arrive to another country, Austria and its stunning capital Vienna. You will have a chance to blow your own trumpet saying that you had breakfast in Budapest, lunch in Bratislava and dinner in Vienna.

More info!

Bratislava’s top 10 places

Slovakia, secret of Europe

18’ Day - Vienna

¡Guten morgen!

Today, we will have to wake up early to take an advantage of the day, because Vienna has lot to offer.

You will have a chance to choose whether to join the optional tour around Vienna in the bus or to go walking around the centre.

By bus, you will visit all the main sight points of Vienna, from Prater and its oldest ferris wheel in Europe, through Danube to Ringstrasse, admiring its beautiful monuments from the XIX. century.

You will also see russian soldier and Belvedere palace (which houses Klimt museum)… and you will have the opportunity to feel like the pricess Sissi in the gardens of Schonbrunn palace.

Optional tour by bus Ringstrasse and Schonbrunn (with local professional guide)

And what about the lunch? Well, you should try Schnitzel and Sachertorte… the most famous chocolate cake in the world (Austrians say so :)).

Did you know that…

  • Vienna was the cultural capital of Europe in the XIX. century. Habsburgs financed all kind of artists, that’s why Vienna is one of the places you must visit before you die
  • Vienna was lucky to leave the russian hegemony in the ‘55 and turn into a neutral country. Therefore, Austria is nowadays much more developed and rich country than it’s neighbours.
  • Watch the traffic lights of the city and you will find out something very curious ;)

More information:

The most famous Austrians

19’ Day - Viena - Ljubljana

We will leave central Europe and direct the bus towards Balcans, crossing Slovenia. We will stop in Ljubljana, the capital of this country and european city with the highest density of stuendts.

Ljubjana is rich and prosperous city, that was abele to revive from the ashes of second world war and balcanic conflicts and now can be considered as an elegant european capital, with very specific style that combines the influences of its neighbours. From mediterranean arquitecture, through gothic style to germanic style or balcanic popurrí….

You can get lost in the old town, on the Prezeren square, walk through the same bridge three times, given that it’s triple and go to the Saint Nicolas cathedral. If you have energy, you can also climb up to the castel dominating the city.

Did you know that…

  • People greet each other by shaking hands even among friends.
  • In Slovenia, all plates of food in restaurants are thought to be shared.

More info about Eslovenia:

Thins to know before going to Slovenia

20’ Day - Ljubljana - Pula

Slovenian nature is very nice and you will have a chance to verify it on our way from Ljubljana to Trieste, crossing the mountains of the region. Incredible caves were formed between these mountains. Karstic phenomenon generated estalagmitas y estalactitas.

With our bus we will pass by the Italian part of Istria, Trieste. This city is known in world by its coffee (illy) and by the cold wind blowing from Alps, called Bora. Pushed by Bora, we will continue to the coast of Adriatic sea, to enter back to Slovenia and crossing to Croatia until arriving to Pula.

21’ Day - Pula

Today we are planning a visit of Pula, the most important city in Istria.

Today we are planning a visit of Pula, the most important city in Istria.

Pula is a city with roman origin, that outstandingly maintains these traces. Good example of this is a roman amphiteather, the sixth biggest in the world.

In the afternoon, lets relax by the croatian sea.

*optional tour to the island Krk

Did you know that…

  • It’s the biggest city of Istria, on the northeast of Croacia.
  • It used to be part of Austo-Hungarian Empire

22’ Day - Pula - Venice

Today we will leave Croatia behind and will proceed to the north Italy. In particular to the city of channels….City that had an honour of being one of the most powerfull, rich and populated dirng many centuries. The city dominating Mediterranean and oriental trade routes: Venice!

First european city converted into open-air museum and atrract so many tourists that almost don’t fit! That’s why, don’t loose the opportunity to visit it. Because soon, limits will be set to control the reaffic of tourists…Or the water can sank it!




Did you know that…

  • The last constructed bridge in Venice was designed by spanish architect, called Calatrava.
  • A phenomenon called “Acqua Alta” occurs in Venice from time to time. The water level increases considerably during 3 – 4 hours. Depending on the intensity, it can flood, with half metre of water, most of the old town.

23’ Day - Venice

Fall in love with this city! Venice is one of the most photographed places in the world. Don’t waste time, grab your camera and find your inner photographer; bridges, Vaporettos and Gondolas are all waiting to be snapped!

Appreciate the Basilica of San Marco, whose Murano glasswork has obvious byzantine influence, as do the multicoloured little houses of Burano!

In the afternoon you will have the choice to continue enjoying Venice by yourself or visit the Islands of Murano and Burano with us. As we explain from the onset, the choices we offer are almost unlimited. You choose!

* optional ride by Gondola

*optional excursion to Murano and Burano islands


Did you know that…

– The only way to get around the city is on foot or by water. It is illegal to drive a car or ride a bicycle in this district

– Walking around Venice could give you the feeling that there are numerous channels, whereas there are in fact just two: the Grand Canal and the Giudecca Canal. The other little waterways that course through the restricted lanes are considered rivers

24’ Day - Venice- Florence

Ciao Venecia!

Today we are heading to enchanting Florence, to enjoy this cradle of Renaissance.

Thanks to the Medici family, from the 18th century, Florence became a world reference for art: here, the streets were filled with writers, poets, painters, sculptors, and geniuses of the calibur or Rafaello, Michaelangelo, Leonardo, Dontello, Dante, Petrarch, Boccaccio, Botticelli, Machiavelli, Galileo… to name but a few!

Tuscan cuisine has many typical dishes, so don’t forget to try the typical Florentine steak! Or lampredotto… to always be accompanied by a Chianti wine.



Did you know that…

-Florence was the capital of Italy between 1865 and 1871

– The Ponte Vecchio bridge was the main monument in the city that survived the Nazi shelling in World War II, like Big Ben in London’s case

– The Fontana del Porcellino Florence is well known for an old tradition: if you throw a coin into the mouth of the boar statue and the coin lands in the splashing water, you will be brought good fortune

Want to know more?

Facts about Florence you won’t forget

25’ Day - Florence

“Buongiorno Principessa” said Benigni, an actor from the city of Florence, in the film “Life is Beautiful”.

Today you can visit numerous fine arts by creators in the historical center of the Uffizi, or if walking round an exhibition hall is not for you, you could walk up the hill where you can simply see the fanciful arch of Brunelleschi which dominates the city.

Are you tired?? Better not be! Florence is a city full of life, and by night you can enjoy its university parties in the Santa Croce area.

More to find out about Florence…

The best Florence artists

26’ Day - Florence - 5Terre

We will put the GPS towards Liguria, beautiful coastal italian region, surrounded by green mountains and turquoise sea. At the end of this area lays a unique place you won’t find anywhere else in the world: 5 Terre

Are you ready to go to the beach? Grab your swimsuit, towel and sunscreen, because after so much art we are going to refresh ourselves.

5 little towns with colorful houses, hanging from the cliffs. A place where pollution almost hasn’t made a dent. There are very few cars and the way to travel between towns is either by foot or by a spectacular little train that runs along the seafront.

*Entrance to the 5 Terre national park + unlimited travel by train

27’ Day - 5Terre - Pisa - Rome

Goodbye 5 Villages, it’s time to go closer to Tyrrhenian Sea, to the small university city of Pisa. Here we will pass through the ancient sea power of the middle ages to admire the most famous tower in the world with its inclination that has surprised the world for 1000 years: the Tower of Pisa.

As all the roads lead to Rome….later, we will take the direction to this city, which isn’t called “The eternal city” by coincidence.

We will arrive to the Italian capital in the afternoon, and as Rome wasn’t built in a day, we neither will be able to visit it in a day.  Sooo rest well, because tomorrow a busy day is waiting for us in this great city with monuments from different historical periods….more than 2000 years!

Did you know that…

  • Pisa has 3 leaning towers, but only one of them is famous and atrracts millions of tourists, just to take the typical picture “holding it”.

More to find out about the Tower of Pisa

All you need to know about the Tower of Pisa

28’ Día - Rome

Buongiorno Roma!

Where to begin? Rome wasn’t built in a day, and in one day you cannot visit it either! We will start our tour visiting Castle Sant’Angelo, and also the smallest state in the world with the world’s largest church: Vatican City. Here, we will find the church of San Pedro, the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel, where Renaissance artists, like Michelangelo, left their mark.

Unsatisfied? We still need to visit the Pantheon, to tempt luck throwing a coin in the Trevi Fountain, see Saint John’s Archbasilica, and last but not least, to visit the symbol of the city, the most visited monument in Italy: the Coliseum. Despite being half destroyed it maintains the enchantment of its history.

Optional Pack*: Guided visit of Rome + Sistine Chapel and Vatican Museums + Colosseum and Roman Walls = €55

Did you know that…

  • There are stars on the marble pavement of Catedral de San Pedro of Rome, just in the middle of hallway that crosses the central nave. These stars represent the lengths of diverse catholic temples in the world.
  • In Sta. Maria in Cosmedin there is the most renewned drain in the planet: la Bocca Della Veritá. As the legend says, the mouth will bite the one to put his hand in it, saying a lie!

29’ Día - Rome - Boat

Today we are getting on a boat. We will spend the night in an elegant cruise, with all kind of installations that will make the way very enjoyablel: club, videogames room, restaurants, 24h cafes,  pool, gym, health center, casino… So order that gin tonic, and let yourself be caressed by the mediterranean breeze.

The cruise will cross the sea in the direction to Barcelona, where our adventure will finish. So don’t fall asleep and enjoy this amazingly special night!

30’ Day - Barcelona

We will arrive to our final destination, Barcelona. Enjoy its corners that made it the world’s capital of tourism: from Sagrada Familia, to Passeig de Gracia, Ramblas and the gothic quarter with the impressive cathedral.

Did you know that…

 The Construction of Gaudí’s Sagrada Familia is endless. The builder stated  that “God had all the time on the planet to see it completed”, which means his work will be ongoing  for a  lifetime and will not have an end date

-Barcelona has a city under its feet; the sewage framework, whose peculiar structure has brought about  shootings of movies like Rec or The Machinist

– There are routes in the city that are best explained by the writer Carlos Ruiz Zafon

31’ Day - Barcelona - Madrid

Today you will enjoy the day in Barcelona, and as we know you need your time, you will have the opportunity to freely visit some of the places that calls your attention. Of course, we will give you tips to do which are the options :)

Make the most of this last day of the trip….Because in the evening we will hop on the bus again, direction to Madrid, where we will finish the tour. Now you can say you know the half of Europe and you have memories of the most beautifuful corners of this old continent, with friends from all around the world.

The program could suffer unforeseen changes due to weather conditions, traffic… or the ability of the group to respect meeting times.

The cities where we will sleep are subject to availability, depending on the flexibility of the hotels or hostels. The quality of the establishment will not change.

The suggested programme doesn’t include optional/extra activities. You will have opportunity to book some of them in the reservation form, while the others will be proposed by the tour leader along the tour.

We don’t guarantee the availability of the optional activities, specially if the service is external to Unitrips. In case of the cancellation of the activity, paid amount will be reimbursed.

Meeting Point: Madrid




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Safety Collection Place Filled-50 Madrid


For different departure points, please consult us.

You will receive more information by email once reserved and before the departure.

If you have any problem regarding flights or schedules on the days you want, we can give you a hand. Before anything, we advise you to read this article

What’s included?

  • Transport in our comfortable Unibus to the cities mentioned in programme
  • 31 days and 30 nights in hotels/hostels/campings in Europe:
  • 1 Night in Bordeaux
  • 2 Nights in Paris
  • 2 Nights in Brussels
  • 3 Nights in Amsterdam
  • 2 Nights in Berlin
  • 2 Nights in Prague
  • 2 Nights in Krakow
  • 2 Nights in Budapest
  • 2 Nights in Vienna
  • 1 Night in Ljubljana
  • 2 Nights in Pula
  • 2 Nights in Venice
  • 2 Night in Florence
  • 1 Night in 5 Terre (surroundings)
  • 2 Nights in Rome in a bungalow resort
  • 1 Night on Feery – Cruise
  • 1 Night in Barcelona
  • 29 breakfasts
  • Multiple beded rooms with shared or private bathrooms depending on the establishment (single or double/twin room if you request)
  • All costs related to parking, transport and tolls
  • Group leader during the whole trip
  • Assistance throughout the whole trip
  • Guided walks in mentioned cities given by tour leaders
  • Welcome Kit
  • And other surprises…


What’s not included?

  • Everything that is not mentioned in “What’s included?”
  • Transport to the starting point
  • Travel insurance and cancellation insurance
  • Entrance fees for monuments and attractions
  • Visa fees or other administrative costs
  • Transport within the cities (metro, taxi etc.)
  • Optional activities offered on the tour

Extras, optionals:

  • Paris by night: 12 €
  • Day trip Bruges and Ghent: 35 €
  • Ride by boat through canals of Amsterdam
  • Entrance to house of Anne Frank (skip the line)
  • Tour by bus in Berlin (with local professional guide)
  • Excursion to Auschwitz: 30 €
  • Tour by bus in Viena (with local professional guide)
  • Ride by Gondola
  • Excursion to islands Murano and Burano
  • Entrance to National Park 5 Terre + transport: 27 €
  • Rome Pack: Guided walk around Rome + Sistine Chapell and Vatican Museums + Colosseum and Roman Forum: 55€
  • More activities – you will by informed by tour leader along the tour

Book your spot for only €250…

…and pay the rest up till 30 days before departure

FAQ regarding tours around Europe:

Do you have any question? We recommend you to read this article to clarify all your doubts :)

Minimum number of participants:

As this is a group trip, a minimum of 40 people are required for the trip to be confirmed.


The main language on the trip will be Spanish, however all of our tour leaders speak both Spanish and English, and any written information you receive will be in English.

Hotels and hostels:

The multiple rooms are from 3 to 9 beds, according to the availability of the establishment. If you want a double/twin or single room, mark this extra in your booking form.

Additional Information


01-06-2018, 29-06-2018

1.750,00  1.450,00 

You’ll never forget this summer, discovering Europe in this amazing tour

31 days from 1.450 €

Starts in Madrid

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