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Meet Europe II

USD 9,999
PHP 589,941
USD 10,999
PHP 648,941
USD 11,999
PHP 707,941
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USD 9,999
PHP 589,941
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Children 2 - 13 years old
Children below 2 years old
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  • 4-star to 5-star hotel accommodations
  • Daily hotel breakfast
  • Transportation for the whole duration
  • Professional private local guide and driver
  • Entrance fees for the attractions
  • Local tourist taxes and permits


  • International airfare 
  • Personal travel insurance 
  • Visa fees and assistance

Important Notes to Remember

  • Card payments are subject to service fees.
  • You can customize each day based on your preferences.
  • Hotels, cars, and attractions can be requested.
  • Visa processing and assistance are offered.

Day 01: Stockholm

Welcome to Europe! As soon as you arrive at the airport, prepare to meet your local guide, who will transport you to your hotel for check-in and an overnight stay.


Day 02: Stockholm

Today, get acquainted with Stockholm as you take on a panoramic experience of an amazing city built on 13 islands joined together. Here, discover Gamia Stan, or the "City Between the Bridges." You are also free to explore the old quarter of the city, which is full of monumental buildings. Next, visit the Cathedral, the Royal Palace, and the Nobel Museum, which honors the laureates of the Nobel Awards and is lined along the perimeter of Stortorget, the city's central square. Then, bask in the view from the Fjällgatan viewpoint. The rest of the day is yours to explore. You may get more insight into this lovely city by visiting its museums, parks, city hall, and the Vasa Museum.



The whole day is free for you to explore this quaint city of Stockholm at your own pace and time.


Day 04: Stockholm

Enjoy another free day of leisure in Stockholm. Then, at night, board a modern ferry traveling overnight to Finland, where accommodation will be in double cabins with private bathrooms. Take a rest throughout the journey.


Day 05: Turku - Naantali - Helsinki

As you arrive in Finland, we recommend that you go to the ship’s deck for sunrise and enjoy mesmerizing landscapes from the sea as you cruise along the Aland Islands, which are hundreds of forest-covered islands. Then, disembark the ferry and have some free time to explore Turku, a city with a strong Swedish influence. The journey continues to the adjacent city of Naantali, a picturesque seaside village with wooden houses. Continue on until you arrive in Helsinki. In the afternoon, you will have free time to explore the city, which is filled with historic treasures such as an old market, buildings with Russian influences, and churches.


Day 06: Helsinki - Tallinn

Take a boat out to the Suomenlinna Islands, where a massive castle formerly stood to guard the city's sea entrance and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here, take time to walk around and cross the islands through small pedestrian bridges. Afterwards, catch a 2-hour-and-30-minute ferry to Estonia. Enjoy the sights as you can see the islands around Helsinki as you leave the city. Next, off to Tallinn!


Day 07: Tallinn

Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, is a wonderful city with a well-conserved medieval center. Here, you may take it slow and see everything the city has to offer by visiting its walls, churches, squares, and medieval streets. The rest of the afternoon is free for you to explore more of the city at your own pace and time.


Day 08: Tallinn - Parnu - Turaida - Riga

Today, prepare to travel to Riga, Latvia. Soak in the scenery as we pass through woods and meadows en route to the renowned spa resort of Parnu. Then, marvel at the castle in Turaida, which dates back to the Middle Ages and is surrounded by a park filled with statues honoring Latvian culture. After lunch, proceed to Sigulda, the capital city, to take in its quaint atmosphere and breathtaking surroundings before continuing on our journey to Riga.


Day 09: Riga

Spend the day discovering Riga, the largest city in the Baltic region and the capital of Latvia. The city's medieval old town, Art Nouveau buildings, and remnants from when the country was under Soviet authority are just a few of the attractions that you don't want to miss! Then, proceed to the "Salapsil Monument," which is housed in a former Nazi concentration camp. To honor the lives lost at the hands of the Nazis, this monument complex is among Europe's largest. The rest of the afternoon is free for you to explore the city at your own pace and time.


Day 10: Riga - Rundale Palace - Hill Of Crosses - Trakai - Vilnius

Depart for Lithuania early in the morning. On your way there, make a stop and visit the Baroque Palace of Rundale, built by the same architect who designed Saint Petersburg’s Hermitage Museum, before crossing over into Lithuania. Here, discover the impressive Hill of Crosses, which has thousands of crosses of all sizes and is a testament to the country's strong Catholic heritage. Then, head on to Trakai, where a stunning castle sits on an island in a lake not far from Vilnius. The day ends as you reach Vilnius.


Day 11: Vilnius

Today, explore more of Vilnius as you go on a sightseeing experience of the city built on top of seven hills. Baroque churches, a castle, winding market lanes, and more than a thousand preserved medieval homes are just some of the architectural treasures waiting to be discovered in the city's historic core. Then, the rest of the day is free for you to explore the city on your own.


Day 12: Vilnius - Grutas Park - Augustow - Warsaw

Today, the journey continues on to Poland. En route, visit Grutas Park, known as "Stalin’s World," a park with 86 statues from Soviet times. Continue on to Augustow, a picturesque village perched on a lake, for lunch. Here, savor the food and the sights the experience has to offer. After that, continue on to the center of Poland, arriving in Warsaw at the end of the day.


Day 13: Warsaw - Paris

Begin the day by visiting the sights that Warsaw is known for. Take a stroll along Old Town, the Royal Castle, the Ghetto Heroes Monument, and Lazienki Park to learn more about the beautiful city of Warsaw. After the fulfilling journey of getting acquainted with this city, proceed to transfer to the airport for your flight to Paris. Upon arrival at the airport, a local guide will meet you to help and transfer you to your hotel.


Day 14: Paris

Early in the morning, head to Versailles and explore this breathtaking palace of the kings of France. After that, return to Paris at lunchtime, where a transfer to the Montmartre district will be provided. Take the funicular to the top of the hill, where you can take in a breathtaking panorama of Paris. This neighborhood is known for its painters, artists, and cabarets. Then, sit down for lunch and enjoy the magical atmosphere. After that, there is a guided visit to Paris' most beautiful sights, including the city's famous boulevards and most impressive landmarks. After a full-day excursion, head back to the hotel to cap off your day.


Day 15: Paris

Experience Paris today. Begin by visiting the famed Eiffel Tower, where you can go up to the second story for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Afterwards, take in the sights as you ride along the River Seine, which separates the north and south of Paris. The remainder of the day is yours to spend exploring at your leisure.


Day 16: Paris - Zurich

Your train journey from Paris to Zurich will take place today. From your window seat, enjoy the breathtaking scenery that the route has to offer.


Day 17: Zurich - Rapperswil - Zurich

The day begins with a journey through Zurich, the largest city in Switzerland and the country's economic and cultural center. After that, hop on a boat for a two-hour cruise around Zurich Lake. The boat makes frequent, brief stops so that you may get out and take pictures of the picturesque towns you will pass. Then, alight in the medieval castle-topped settlement village of Rapperswil. Take the train back to Zurich to experience the reliability and timeliness of the Swiss Railways. Enjoy an evening in the historic center next to the lake. Here, you can dine at one of the many restaurants offering a wide range of different cuisines.


Day 18: Zurich - Grindelwald - Lucerne - Zurich

There are stunning sights to be seen on today's journey, including towering mountains, lakes, and the spectacular nature of the Interlaken area. En route, stop by Grindelwald, where you may grab a cup of coffee before continuing on to the top of the mountain via cable car. Walk along the winding path, which will lead you to the footbridge. Dare to walk along the bridge amongst the fantastic scenery, enjoying the glaciers all around you here. After that, stop for lunch at the peak before descending the mountain. Continue on your way to Lucerne, one of the most beautiful cities in Switzerland. You'll have the evening free to explore the city and eat supper before checking back into your hotel in Zurich.


Day 19: Zurich

Today marks the end of your wonderful experience in Europe. After breakfast, prepare for your transfer to the airport for your flight back to Manila.

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This was our first Europe trip together and my first birthday trip alone away from my family. We celebrated our birthdays in two beautiful countries with Access Travel.

We don’t get to travel that much, but when we do, we always make sure we get private tours and experiences to see everything as much as possible. We had wine tasting in the countryside on Ge’s birthday, we were away from the busy of Paris, we are so happy and grateful for every memory spent here. My birthday was extra special because Angely flew to Copenhagen to personally give us a private tour of the city. We really appreciated that. Access Travel knows how to work around special requests, and they always deliver quality service. Our hotels were so good, and we received cakes and flowers everywhere we went, even though we did not request for any of that. Always a fan of Access and how passionate they are about making people’s travel extra special.

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I travel to relax, unwind and get away from busy work life. We all need a break once in a while.

Also to explore other countries’ beauty and learn new values, cultures, and ways of living. Traveling is also another way of educating oneself because you learn so much along the way. The one thing that I will never forget on this trip is the friendship and camaraderie with our fellow group members and tour coordinator. And to top it all off, I can now finally tick Europe off my bucket list. BTW, Mr. Darwin Moises did a wonderful job! I chose to #TravelWithAccess out of curiosity. I want to know how you guys manage to get some of the biggest names in our local showbiz industry to travel with you.

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