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EURObreaks are quick getaways to the most iconic cities in Europe, enhanced by the inclusion of a City Insider and sightseeing excursions.

With each EURObreak you will receive:

Personalized Keepsake Booklet & Document Holder • $150 Future Travel Credit Insider Benefits Coupons with Exclusive Savings • Liberty Travel Personal Concierge Access & Smart Phone App • Unlimited Emergency Travel Center Priority Access


Nothing says Europe more than a refreshing drink at a corner café. But finish off your espresso — you have places to be and things to do on your EURObreak! Exclusive to Liberty Travel, EURObreaks are short getaways to iconic European cities and include the services of a City Insider, who will help maximize your time in your destination. This local guide will show you how to navigate the city they love and reveal exceptional sights on and off the beaten cobblestone path. Your EURObreak will also be equipped with exclusive perks and inclusions, as well as anticipated sightseeing tours. Check out Big Ben and Buckingham Palace in London. Discover the Colosseum in Rome. Grab a brioche with butter on your way to the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Don’t worry if you can’t decide which city to explore first — there are plenty of EURObreaks to choose.

Why book your EURObreak with Liberty Travel?

Every traveler is different and in search of unique experiences. When you book your EURObreak through Liberty Travel, you’ll work with a consultant who will design and plan your vacation as if it were their own, making sure to include every detail to ensure that it is nothing less than the perfect getaway. They’ll provide you with insightful advice based on personal experience and expertise, and will organize all the details of your trip. We understand the planning and travel process can be stressful, so let us take care of everything at no additional cost to you. The world is waiting to be discovered, and we want to help you explore it. Call us today at 1.866.274.5061 or visit us on the web at We can’t wait to assist you with your next getaway.

WHAT’S INCLUDED WITH YOUR EUROBREAK? With each EURObreak you will receive exclusive perks, including: PERSONALIZED KEEPSAKE BOOKLET & DOCUMENT HOLDER: Prior to your departure, you’ll receive a booklet customized with your full itinerary, additional destination information, and Insider Benefits coupons for hundreds of dollars in savings towards ground transportation, parking, and travel gadgets. FUTURE TRAVEL CREDIT: When you book a EURObreak, you’ll receive a $150 credit to put towards your next trip. INSIDER BENEFITS COUPONS: Liberty Travel has put together exclusive travel-related savings just for you. Use them before, during, or after your vacation. LIBERTY TRAVEL PERSONAL CONCIERGE: A convenient smartphone app connects you with a team of professional concierges who can assist you with anything, anytime, from anywhere. 24/7 EMERGENCY TRAVEL CENTER PRIORITY ACCESS: Need immediate assistance while traveling? No problem, call our 24/7 emergency line. Your EURObreak package grants you Priority Access, so we can assist you in no time.

Feel welcomed as a new friend in your destination by a City Insider. This local guide will help you maximize your time by showing you how to navigate the city they love and reveal hidden gems, unique facts and secrets, and spots favored by locals. Once settled in to your hotel, your City Insider will meet you in the lobby and start your trip by giving you an overview of the city, while exposing hidden attributes not widely known. Paying special attention to your interests, they’ll then walk with you around the neighborhood offering recommendations for restaurants and sights. A City Insider ensures that your vacation will be unforgettable. To explore all the wonders of Europe with the exclusive beneďŹ ts of a City Insider, contact Liberty Travel today. Using passionate knowledge and personal experience, our expert consultants will create your personalized getaway to the Old World. Call us at 1.866.274.5061 or visit one of our stores or to start planning your EURObreaks package now.

AMSTERDAM Be lively in Amsterdam! This famous city boasts a concentric canal system, allowing you to float the circle of waterways through history, art, and culture in one of the liveliest modern cities in the world.

Walk through the fragrant floating flower market in the Singel Canal and pick out a perfect cluster of posies — a canal has never smelled so good! Get your fill of antique, vintage, and authentic assortments at the daily Waterlooplein flea market, open since 1885, and then hop up to some hops at Heineken’s historic brewery, where they’ll even serve up a selection of fine Dutch cheeses and bitterballen, or Dutch meatballs. Of course, be sure to walk the starry night of Amsterdam, a city with a penchant for celebration, nightlife fun, and laid-back living. Ja — you’ve never felt so alive! Dip back in time and step behind the bookshelf at the Anne Frank Museum to see the preserved hidden space where she wrote her widely read diary. Immerse yourself in some of the most recognized art works in modern history at the Van Gogh Museum, the largest collection of the master’s work, or at the Rijksmuseum nearby to revere a Rembrandt. And of course, you have to take your picture in front of the I amsterdam sign, right behind the Rijksmuseum. Be lively today! Call a travel consultant at 1.866.274.5061, or visit one of our stores or online at to start planning your EURObreak to Amsterdam today.


SUGGESTED ITINERARY 4 days/3 nights DAY 1: Arrive in Amsterdam and meet your City Insider at your hotel or a local café. They will help you create the perfect itinerary for your stay as well as show you the ins and outs of the city, especially how to navigate the famous canal system. There’s a lot of ways to get around this city! Your City Insider is there to help. DAY 2: Orient yourself with Amsterdam by starting with a tour of the canals, booked by your travel consultant, and get a general overview of the city. Visit the Van Gogh Museum and the Rijksmuseum, making sure to stop at the I amsterdam sign to get that perfect vacation photo. Then relax in Vondelpark and have a drink in Leidseplein Square, one of Amsterdam’s liveliest night spots. DAY 3: Try your best to wake up early today and head over to the Anne Frank Museum and also check out Begijnhof and Amsterdam’s oldest chapel. Make time to visit Waterlooplein where you’ll find Amsterdam’s heralded outdoor market. A block or two away, there’s the Heineken Experience offering premium lagers to satiate the most premium of palates. For dinner, head to Amsterdam’s most ethnically diverse neighborhood, known as De Pijp, a melting pot of cultures with various international dinner options that will all melt in your mouth. Dine at one of the restaurants your City Insider recommended.

Dutch Pancake

DAY 4: Close things out with a splurge. Have some Dutch pancakes with powdered sugar and strawberries, and then depart Amsterdam full of life (and food).


Salut! Toast to good health and a lovely getaway in the cosmopolitan metropolis of Barcelona. Nestled between the mountains and the Mediterranean in northeastern Spain, this thriving city charms visitors with its labyrinthine streets, medieval buildings, modernist architecture, and everything in between. Barcelona was made for getting off the beaten path and exploring, and now it’s your turn with a EURObreak. The city abounds with many buildings and monuments designed by the famous Antoni Gaudi — the most impressive being the incredible La Sagrada Familia. The Barri Gòtic, or Gothic Quarter, forms the center of Barcelona’s old city, with buildings dating back to the medieval era. Most of the neighborhood is closed to regular traffic, making it a great place to wander. But Barcelona is so much more than its architecture. The Mercat de San Josep de la Boqueria — or just “La Boqueria” — is a popular spot with locals and tourists alike. If you can eat it, you can find it here. And if it’s relaxation you crave, take some time out of your urban adventure to wander along Las Ramblas, or enjoy one of the city’s golden sandy beaches. Call a travel consultant today at 1.866.274.5061, or visit one of our stores or online at to start planning your EURObreak to Barcelona now.


Park Guell

SUGGESTED ITINERARY 4 days/3 nights DAY 1: Arrive in Barcelona and meet your City Insider at your hotel or a local café. This experienced guide will familiarize you with the city’s convenient metro and tram lines, and offer expert culinary and sightseeing recommendations. Finish the evening exploring the streets of Barcelona’s old town, Barri Gótic, and dining at one of the scrumptious restaurants your City Insider recommended. DAY 2: Discover Las Ramblas, one of Europe’s most famous streets, exploring the many shops and restaurants, while also marveling at the life-like statues. Then relax — you’re on vacation. So head out to the golden sands of Barceloneta Beach or Icaria Beach, less than 10 minutes from the city center. End the day at one of the city’s many restaurants to taste authentic tapas. DAY 3: Today you will immerse yourself in the works of Antoni Gaudi on a tour booked by your travel consultant. You’ll start at La Sagrada Familia, Gaudi’s unfinished masterpiece before venturing to the famous Park Guell, also designed by Gaudi. Back in the city, you will encounter more of Gaudi’s work including La Pedrera and Casa Batlló. For dinner, make sure you try the Catalan’s mar i muntanya — surf ‘n’ turf — along with a glass of cava, also known as “Spanish champagne.”

Casa Batlló

DAY 4: Before you depart Barcelona, make sure to stop by La Boqueria. A loaf of fresh bread with cheese and some Iberian ham makes for a perfect meal to end your time in Barcelona. Bon profit! (Enjoy your meal!)

Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia

Guten Tag! Explore Berlin, a city of contrasts, where modern and historic stories live. Dive into the Cold War by visiting the famous relics of the Berlin Wall and Checkpoint Charlie before exploring modern Berlin with a stop at the recognizable Berlin TV Tower. Enjoy the trendy Kreuzberg neighborhood, where you can find architectural delights on buildings and artisan delights in cafes. Take a tour of the city in a Trabant — the non-official symbol of Cold War Berlin — and explore Berlin’s Museum Island, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with five must-visit museums that display historic artifacts from the Enlightenment through modern times. Head into the city for the famous Brandenburg Gate, and visit Kulturforum, where the state museums are located. See the last standing piece of the once imposing Berlin Wall, and capture a moment in time with the World Time Clock, also known as Weltzeituhr, a popular meeting point that’s modeled after the solar system. Of course you don’t need to wait for Oktoberfest to enjoy Germany’s famous beer. Delight in the traditional bratwurst and the specialty brez’n or pretzel, and then wash them down with a variety of brews. Say hallo to one of our travel consultants today at 1.866.274.5061, or visit one of our stores or online at to start planning your EURObreak to Berlin now.


Brandenburg Gate

SUGGESTED ITINERARY 4 days/3 nights DAY 1: Arrive in Berlin and meet with your City Insider, who will maximize your stay. This local guide will help you navigate the city’s transportation, which still sees the remnants of Eastern and Western Berlin, and make expert recommendations of where to eat and what to see. Finish the evening with a Trabant tour, which was booked earlier by your travel consultant. DAY 2: The vibe of Berlin is on the streets, so grab a cup of coffee and walk around the Mitte area, ďŹ lled with art galleries, cafes, and restaurants. Stop at the Brandenburg Gate, once a symbol of the Cold War and now one of a unity and peace. Continue your journey through history on Kulturforums, where the Museum of Decorative Arts, the Neu Nationalgalerie (modern art), and Gemaldagalerie (European paintings) are located. In the evening, explore the Kreuzberg neighborhood, choosing one of the many scrumptious dining options your City Insider suggested.

Berlin Wall

DAY 3: Spend your day on Museum Island. Make sure to see the bust of Nefertiti at the Neues Museum, breathtaking views of the island from the Bode Museum, and the Alte Nationalgalerie itself, which is modeled after the Acropolis of Athens. End the day with spectacular views from the tallest building in Berlin, the Fernsehturm (TV Tower). DAY 4: Before saying Auf Wiedersehen to Berlin, stop by the Berlin Wall Memorial, which shows the last standing piece of the infamous separation between East and West Berlin.

Bode Museum

Pull up a stool at the pub and prepare for a pint full of Dublin. Your Dublin break will be bubbling to the brim with culture and history, and it will be overflowing with fun. Get studious by checking out Trinity College, Ireland’s oldest university, and quietly make your way through the Old Library, where the famous Book of Kells is kept, an illuminated Gospel book believed to date back to A.D. 800. Be sure to pay homage to James Joyce’s statue in gorgeous St. Stephen’s Green, as well as plenty of other monuments. Other must-stops are St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the Dublin Zoo, Leinster House, the Leprechaun Museum, and the National Gallery, where you could see some 16,000 works of art spanning centuries. Visiting the Guinness Storehouse also tends to be a crowd favorite, where you’ll get a tour of the brewery and receive the truest Guinness pour in the world. After you get your fill of history and culture, hike up to some great views, or just hop over to the Temple Bar area for a mugful of nightlife, restaurants, coffee shops, and, of course, genuine Irish pubs. Call a travel consultant today at 1.866.274.5061, or visit one of our stores or online at to start planning your EURObreak to Dublin. Sláinte!


The Temple Bar

SUGGESTED ITINERARY 4 days/3 nights DAY 1: Arrive in Dublin and meet with your City Insider. They will give you the ins and outs of the city and prepare you to live like a Dubliner. Get things going with a traditional Irish stew or some bacon and cabbage, and hit a local pub, recommended by your City Insider, for your first Guinness pint of the getaway. DAY 2: Take advantage of the Hop On/Hop Off tour your travel consultant booked to see Dublin’s highlights. Head to the Georgian area of Dublin to explore the government buildings, then stroll down Kildare Street to see the National Museum of Ireland. Get illuminated by the Book of Kells at Trinity College’s Old Library. Take a mid-afternoon break at the Guinness Storehouse, where you’ll gain some insight about the famous beer and enjoy another pint. Then visit the National Gallery to view some of the fine art on display and don’t miss the National Leprechaun Museum, where you’ll be immersed in Irish folklore and mythology. DAY 3: Journey through the Irish countryside with a Cliffs of Moher Tour, booked by your travel consultant. Experience quaint Limerick, enjoy a scrumptious Irish lunch with traditional cuisine and lively music, and bask in the majesty of the rugged emerald Cliffs of Moher. On the return trip, travel along the picturesque Wild Atlantic Way. Take in a show or a play at one of Dublin’s many venues to end the eventful day.

Trinity College Library

St. Patrick’s Cathedral

DAY 4: Eat a Full Irish Breakfast before you go, consisting of a meat (bacon or sausage), eggs, vegetables, potato, Irish soda bread, and tea. Then depart Dublin full of the sights, sounds, and tastes of Ireland.

Cliffs of Moher

Walk the famous Portuguese pavement to self-discovery in Lisbon! Marvel at the pastel-colored architecture and stroll along the unique and intricate stonework sidewalks to a land just across the Pond! Begin your discovery of one of Europe’s most exciting cities by visiting Padrão dos Descobrimentos, or the Discoveries Monument, a monument commemorating Prince Henry the Navigator and other explorers and luminaries, such as Portuguese explorer Magellan. Keep the voyage alive by visiting the iconic Belem Tower, built in 1515, a location that had a huge role in the maritime Age of Discovery. Be on the lookout for the azulejos (or painted and glazed ceramic tiles) as you make your way through the city. These stylish tiles are on just about everything and are what gives the city its charming character. There’s even a Tile Museum! Lisbon is also home to a collection of modern art including the works of Warhol, Picasso, Dali, and Pollock at the stunning Museu Berardo. Follow the tides to some amazing day trips, especially riding into — and not over — Cabo Da Roca, the westernmost point in Continental Europe overlooking the vast Atlantic Ocean. Lisbon is a city just waiting to be discovered. Call a travel consultant at 1.866.274.5061, or visit one of our stores or online at to start planning your EURObreak to Lisbon today.


Belém Tower

SUGGESTED ITINERARY 4 days/3 nights DAY 1: Arrive in Lisbon and meet your City Insider at your hotel or a local café. They will help you create the perfect itinerary for your stay as well as show you how to navigate and discover Lisbon. Hop on a vintage tram car, and enjoy the café culture. Dine at one of the authentic Portuguese restaurants your City Insider recommended. DAY 2: Today anchors away on some culture and history! Drop in on some extravagant churches, like the Igreja da Santa Engrácia or São Roque. Hit the Tile Museum to marvel at beautiful mosaic-like pavements. End the day with either modern art at the Berardo or ancient art at the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum.

Rossio Square

DAY 3: Explore the beaches! Lisbon is the only European capital this close to soft sandy beaches, and your travel consultant recommended Cascais, where palaces line the coast, and a stroll along the promenade at Parque das Nações. Then eat at the Mercado da Riberia, a market that originated in 1892. Make it in time for the sunset at the westernmost point in Continental Europe at Cabo Da Roca. Watch the sun head towards America! DAY 4: Enjoy a genuine pastel de Belem, a Portuguese egg tart pastry that alone is worth the trip across the Atlantic. Depart Lisbon fully enlightened and charmed.


Whether you go with tea & scones, fish & chips, or bangers & mash, your EURObreak to London will be one delectable combination of fun and flavors. Head out to soak up the sights and delve headfirst into history. Maybe you’ll catch a glimpse of the Queen at Buckingham Palace, but you’ll definitely behold the actual Crown Jewels in the Tower of London. Take a double-decker to London’s iconic Big Ben, a must for the London holidayer. Be bookish at the British Library, one of the largest libraries in the world with 150 million items, including Leonardo da Vinci’s notebook, Beatles manuscripts, and the Magna Carta. For a bird’s-eye view of the city, suspend yourself over the River Thames on the London Eye and take in an unrivaled view of the London landmarks. The views atop this giant Ferris wheel will be brilliant! Hit the West End for a show to top it off. This is, after all, the land of Shakespeare. To go, or not to go? That is not a question. Call a travel consultant today at 1.866.274.5061, or visit one of our stores or online at to get going on your EURObreak to London.


Elizabeth Tower (“Big Ben”) and Houses of Parliament

SUGGESTED ITINERARY 4 days/3 nights DAY 1: Arrive in London and meet your City Insider at your hotel or a local café. Embrace the clichés! Tea, scones, fish, chips — welcome to London! Enjoy an English pint as you go over your interests and tastes with your City Insider, and then savor a dinner in Soho at one of the restaurants they recommended. DAY 2: Start your London experience by checking off the must-see items: Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament, and Buckingham Palace. Nothing about your historical, sightseeing day will be rubbish! Take a break on the London Eye for a bird’s-eye view of it all. Your travel consultant called ahead and arranged for Champagne, so you can relax on the 25-minute revolution and marvel at the spectacular city center below. DAY 3: The Tower of London and London Bridge are first on the list today. Visiting the Tower of London will be an expedition through history; the Tower acted as just about everything in its storied past — a palace, a barracks, an armory, a mint to produce coins, a prison, and even a menagerie. It will be a busy day, heavy with the weight of history, so finish the afternoon off with High Tea at the Savoy. After those delicious bites, doth must summon the energy, and ride the Underground to the West End to catch a show.

London Eye

DAY 4: Start the day big with a fry-up, or Full English Breakfast, complete with sausage and bacon, beans, tomatoes, fried bread, and eggs. Optional additions, but must-haves on your EURObreak, include black and white pudding, kidneys, kippers, mushrooms, and potatoes. Depart London fully satiated in both body and mind. Cheerio!

Tower Bridge

Bienvenidos! Grab some tapas and sangria and prepare to be amazed by Madrid. Make your way through this modern, fast-paced, cosmopolitan city all while getting a taste of its storied past. Roll back into Madrid’s history by checking out the Madrid Cathedral, the city’s largest and arguably oldest church. March over to the Royal Palace, the largest in Western Europe with absolutely gorgeous gardens, built in the 18th century. Dive even deeper into the past by visiting the Temple of Debod, an authentic Egyptian temple dating back to BC times, donated to Spain in 1968. Be sure to tour the Reina Sofia Museum and step up to original masterworks by both Picasso and Dali — the beauty will make you melt! Be a real Madrileño and grab some chocolate and churros, especially magical at Chocolatería San Ginés, and flamenco your way through Madrid’s fabulous open air flea market, El Rastro. Catch a show on Gran Via Boulevard and some live music in trendy Chueca. Just a caveat: plan to stay up later than you may be used to. This is the city that eats and sleeps at a different pace with breakfast almost never before 7 a.m. and dinner between 9 p.m. and 11 p.m. And don’t forget about other meals, like the mid-morning snack and tapas hour. Rápido! Call a travel consultant today at 1.866.274.5061, or visit one of our stores or online at to get a move on your EURObreak to Madrid.


Royal Palace

SUGGESTED ITINERARY 4 days/3 nights DAY 1: Arrive in Madrid and meet your City Insider at your hotel or at a local café or bar, perhaps over a glass of sangria. Madrid has an excellent Metro system, and your City Insider will help orient you while also giving you the ins and outs of this great city. Then, dine at one of the delectable restaurants your City Insider recommended. DAY 2: Start your day in the center of the city at Puerta del Sol. This city square is the point where all of Spain’s roads originate. Weave through Calle Mayor, Madrid’s Main Street, to get to Plaza Mayor where you could try some great Spanish wine and delectable tapas. Enjoy a traditional Spanish dinner to top the night off. Remember — dinner starts late!

Templo de Debod

DAY 3: Today, dig into some history by visiting the Royal Palace with a tour booked by your travel consultant. After lunch and your well-deserved siesta, visit the two art museums that Madrid is famous for: Museo del Prado to glimpse some Goya and El Greco, and the Reina Sofia to see their collections of Picasso and Dali. No Madrid trip would be complete without a night out enjoying the tapas, sangria, and upbeat music that truly defines the city. Hope you packed your dancing shoes — flamenco dancing is at the heart of this city’s culture. DAY 4: Wake up to some café con leche and magdalenas, or Spanish cupcakes — you deserve it after dancing all night! Depart Madrid with lots of new knowledge, experience, and perhaps a few new moves. Adios!

Cathedral Almudena

This is Milan, so you definitely want a front-row seat. This global city has been a center of the arts for generations and prides itself on being the Italian — and in some instances, the world — capital of design — from paintings and architecture to industry and cuisine. Most notably, Milan is the center of the modern fashion world, though its historic architecture marvels visitors year-round. Take a tour through the city’s majestic sites, including The Duomo or Cathedral, which continues to impress with its late-Gothic architectural style and marble façade; the 14th-century Sforzesco Castle, which is now an exquisite art gallery; and the Basilica of Sant’Ambrogio, built in the 300s and one of the city’s oldest structures. Don’t miss the remarkable La Scala, the world-famous opera that is routinely sold out. Perhaps the city’s most famous masterpiece is Leonardo Di Vinci’s The Last Supper, which is an absolute must-see at the Santa Maria delle Grazie. Explore Milan’s lively neighborhoods, like the historic Navigli, where artists convene for drinks and inspiration; or Brera, known for its trendy restaurants, bars, and shops. For ultimate relaxation, take a day trip to the upscale and elegant Lake Como, famous for its celebrity vacationers and breathtaking scenery. Your EURObreak to Milan will be nothing short of a travel masterpiece. Contact one of our travel consultants today at 1.866.274.5061, or visit one of our stores or online at to start planning your getaway to Milan now.


Duomo di Milano

SUGGESTED ITINERARY 4 days/3 nights DAY 1: Arrive in Milan, marveling at the city’s fantastic architecture, and then meet with your City Insider at a local café. Discover the chic neighborhoods and solidify your itinerary with your local guide’s expertise and your travel preferences. Then, enjoy a relaxing dinner in Navigli or Brera at a restaurant suggested by your City Insider. DAY 2: Un caffe, or espresso, is quite popular in Milan, so your City Insider recommends a few cafés, where the shots are affordable and delicious. Then head to the gothic Duomo di Milano before heading to your appointment, previously arranged by your travel consultant, at the Santa Maria delle Grazie to see Leonardo Di Vinci’s The Last Supper. For lunch, enjoy a local delight of Risotto alla Milanese with rice and saffron in either Navigli or Brera before exploring the Sforzesco Castle or Basilica of Sant’Ambrogio. DAY 3: Relax on your EURObreak with a day trip to the elegant Lake Como and wander about the quaint town. Take a paddle boat onto the lake or enjoy a scenic cruise before heading back to the city to see an opera at La Scala, one of the most famous opera houses in the world. DAY 4: Start the morning by shopping in the fashion capital of the world, and then indulge on your last day in Milan with some authentic gelato. Simply divine!

Lake Como

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

Sforzesco Castle

Basilica of Sant’Ambrogio

Excusez-moi…Paris may be known as the City of Light, but the food is certainly a reason to say bonjour to one of the world’s most famous cities. From macaroons, baguettes, pastries, chocolate, soufflés, crème brulées, and, of course, the cheese, this is one tasty city! But there’s plenty more to feast on. The City of Light is most famous for the Eiffel Tower, but you’ll also want to check out the Notre Dame Cathedral and the Arc de Triomphe, a majestic arch originally built in 1806 in honor of those who fought for France. Float along the River Seine and skip around Paris’s arrondissements to a myriad of museums and monuments. Make your way to a Monet at the Musée d’Orsay; admire masterpieces at the Louvre, like the Mona Lisa (maybe she’ll smile back). Get your expat on in Paris — for just a few days — and live the café lifestyle. Walk the Champs-Élysées, a breathtaking boulevard, or down Saint-Germain-des-Prés for a more classical stroll. Then carpe diem in the Latin Quarter, where many of the city’s artists gather and medieval architecture impresses. Call a travel consultant today at 1.866.274.5061, or visit one of our stores or online at to start planning your EURObreak to Paris.


Eiffel Tower

SUGGESTED ITINERARY 4 days/3 nights DAY 1: Arrive in Paris and meet your City Insider at your hotel or a local café. They will provide the ins and outs of the city and welcome you to Paris like a new friend. Explore the streets of the Latin Quarter and the Left Bank. Do some shopping in Saint-Germain-des-Prés followed by sampling the delights of gourmet chocolates and pastries that Paris is famous for at a café your City Insider recommended.

Alexander III Bridge

DAY 2: Immerse yourself in Paris by cruising the Seine to experience this amazing city from the water. Then walk along the river to the famous monuments and museums along its banks. Discover the Louvre, Musée d’Orsay, and the Pompidou Center, a huge complex boasting a renowned art exhibition. This evening treat yourself to a sumptuous dinner with Champagne. DAY 3: Today feel like a real Parisian. Make your way across the river and down the Champs-Élysées. Stroll along the boulevard, stopping for a coffee at one of the many outdoor cafés and end your walk at the Arc de Triomphe. This night, enjoy a dinner cruise on the Seine, which was booked by your travel consultant. Sail to the Eiffel Tower, where you’ll bask in the sheer beauty of Paris’ enchanting skyline. Joie de vivre!

Arc de Triomphe

DAY 4: Enjoy a café au lait and a croissant at a corner café for breakfast. Depart Paris with an experience that will move you forever. Au revoir!

Notre Dame Cathedral

With volcanic mountain ranges, geysers, hot springs, geothermal pools, vast waterfalls, and not to mention those Northern Lights, Reykjavik, Iceland is pretty magical. Start your enchanted adventure with a whale-watching excursion. Set out to spot humpbacks, dolphins, killer whales, and porpoises all in their natural habitats in Reykjavik’s waters. Discover the unique energetic vibe of the Downtown area and savor the European café ambiance. Head back out for more magic, and be sure to catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis. Here, you’ll see a fascinating lights display aglow in a natural neon unique to only a few places in the world. Head out on a Golden Circle Tour of the countryside and brush up with other natural beauties. Stand clear of the great Geysir, and look over the Gollfoss Waterfalls — cascades with a penchant for creating rainbows. Do not miss the Blue Lagoon, the de-stressing mecca of the world, where you can get your mud mask on and clear your mind in the warm blue waters. Experience all the grandeur and magic of Reykjavik. Call a travel consultant today at 1.866.274.5061, or visit one of our stores or online at to get going on your EURObreak.


SUGGESTED ITINERARY 4 days/3 nights DAY 1: Arrive in Reykjavik and meet your City Insider at your hotel or a local café. They will help you create the perfect itinerary for your stay as well as provide local insider tips. In the evening, head to Downtown Reykjavik and eat at a trendy restaurant. Listen to live music at a bar your City Insider recommended. From bluegrass, folk, death metal, rap, reggae, or punk rock, Reykjavik’s got it. DAY 2: Wake up and go whale watching. The islands off the coast will also be teeming with fascinating bird life. At night, your travel consultant has booked you on the Northern Lights Mystery Tour. Be bathed in natural neon.

Aurora Borealis

DAY 3: Today take the Golden Circle Tour to some of Iceland’s most stunning sites. Discover the world-famous Geysir, the Strokkur geyser, Gollfloss Waterfalls, and other amazing hot springs and geothermal areas. This full-day experience should wind down at a quiet local restaurant where you could order the catch of the day and try to mentally process the natural wonders you have seen so far. DAY 4: Your travel consultant booked you into the Blue Lagoon, one of the world’s most lavish spas conveniently located between Keflavik International Airport and Reykjavik. Here, you can relax, hum a few calming omms and soak in the soothing milky-blue waters before you depart Reykjavik at peace.

Blue Lagoon


Gullfoss Falls

Andiamo! Your EURObreak to Rome will be monumental. Pick your piazza in the Eternal City with more public squares, corner cafés, and general hangouts than you could count, as well as ancient settings you absolutely must see. At the Colosseum, imagine the 50,000 seats filled to capacity and the gladiators warring it out with animals and men alike. Make your way inside Vatican City and maybe catch a glimpse of the Pope. This walled enclave also features some of the world’s most spectacular sites, like St. Peter’s Basilica and the Sistine Chapel. Toss a coin in the famed Trevi Fountain. Set aside an afternoon to climb the colossal Spanish Steps and stroll through the Villa Borghese, the largest public park in Rome. Get lost in the Trastevere section of Rome with its winding cobblestone streets and numerous shops and cafés. Explore the district’s beautiful churches and savor true Italian delights at one of its many trattorias. Visit the city’s museums and iconic spots like the Pantheon and the Roman Forum — where ruins have never looked so beautiful, and consider climbing Gianicolo to see spectacular views of the city. They say, “When in Rome,” and Liberty Travel will get you there. Call a travel consultant today at 1.866.274.5061, or visit one of our stores or online at to starting planning your EURObreak to Rome.



SUGGESTED ITINERARY 4 days/3 nights DAY 1: Arrive in Rome and meet your City Insider at your hotel or a local café. Spend today exploring the heart of Rome — the Spanish Steps and Villa Borghese. The Trevi Fountain is a must-see sight this evening. Be sure to toss a coin in the fountain to ensure that one day you will return to the Eternal City. Two coins and you will return to the Eternal City and fall in love. Three coins and you will return, fall in love, and get married. If this doesn’t hold true, at least all the money from the fountain goes directly to charity. DAY 2: Start your day with a tour, booked by your travel consultant, of St. Peter’s Basilica, the Vatican Museums, and the Sistine Chapel. Be careful walking around this mesmerizing chapel and be prepared to say mi scusi a few times; it is a rare occurrence in which all the people walking around are staring directly up at the ceiling. Expect to be wowed. Spend the afternoon wandering through Trastevere and its famous churches, and then have dinner at one of the cafés your City Insider recommended the night before. DAY 3: Today is all about Ancient Rome. Begin with the Colosseum and then dig your way over to the Roman Forum to explore the ancient ruins. After a busy day, take a rest at an authentic trattoria near Piazza Narona for a delicious meal. Then finish off the evening with a gelato by the Pantheon.

Fountain di Trevi

DAY 4: Sip a caffe latte and mangia some biscotti while basking in your final morning in Rome. Depart Rome in high spirits. Arrivederci!

St. Peter’s Basilica

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