- Board your flight Depart Australia and begin your journey to London
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- Arrive in London Meet your tour director, board your coach and check into your hotel.
- London city walk Take a walk with your tour director to take in the sights on London including Thames Rives, Trafalgar Square, National Gallery, Picadilly Circus, Convent Gardens, Leicester Square, and Soho.
- National History Museum visit Come face to face with a life-size blue whale. And see what happens below earthquakes and volcanoes before eruptions. Plus unearth vast collections of insects, plants and extinct species inside the Darwin Centre. You’ll also see world-leading scientists in action through a one-of-a-kind Cocoon experience.
- London guided sightseeing tour Join a local guide for an in-depth look at London, from the royal haunt of Buckingham Palace (the official London residence of Queen Elizabeth II) to the slightly more democratic Speakers’ Corner of Hyde Park, where anyone can pull up a soapbox and orate to his heart’s content. You’ll see the changing of the guard (season permitting), the clock tower of Big Ben with its 14-tonne bell, and Westminster Abbey, where almost every English king and queen since William the Conqueror has been crowned. After a stop at the Houses of Parliament, continue on to the magnificent St. Paul’s Cathedral, the masterpiece of London architect Christopher Wren.
- Greenwich tour director-led sightseeing Following your cruise on the river Thames down to Greenwich, let your tour director take you on a walking tour of Greenwich located in South London. See historical sights including Greenwich Market, Old Royal Naval College, National Maritime Museum, the Cutty Sark tall ship and the world-famous Greenwich Royal Observatory. Enjoy some free time in one of London's greenest areas.
- Classic fish and chips dinner Nothing's more British than fish and chips - there are eight fish and chips shops ("chippies") for every McDonald's in the county. Head to an authentic pub with your Tour Director for a taste of this national food, generally served with malt vinegar.
- Cambridge full-day excursion Cambridge became an important trading centre during the Roman and Viking ages, and there is archaeological evidence of settlement in the area as early as the Bronze Age. However, it is best known for the University of Cambridge, which was founded in 1209 and is home to one of the largest legal deposit libraries in the world.
- Bletchley Park excursion
- Science Museum visit - Mathematics Gallery Ready for some mental floss? Wrap your brain around climate change in the atmosphere gallery. Learn about the mechanics of the first jet engine, the 10,000-year clock and the kind of radio that would’ve kept the Titanic in contact. Visit Alan Turing's exhibit that takes a close look at wartime codebreaking at Bletchley Park. Want to get even deeper? Find out what makes you, you, in a hands-on exhibit examining personality, intelligence and language.
- Eurostar Chunnel Crossing Take the Eurostar under the English Channel. Faster than you can say... anything, in French, you'll whiz through a tunnel and arrive in Paris.
- Math and Science treasure hunt Your Tour Director will lead this educational two-hour math and science treasure hunt through the Latin Quarter of Paris. Students divided into teams will find clues tied into the city's history.
- Seine River cruise See the city from the water on an hour-long cruise along the River Seine. The Seine cuts right through Paris, dividing the city in half. See the Eiffel tower rising up on the Left Bank, the walls of the Louvre on the Right Bank. A guide will point out other monuments and architectural marvels as you pass, many of which are illuminated by clear white light at night.
- Dinner in the Latin Quarter
- Paris guided sightseeing tour A local tour guide will take you on an adventure to see the iconic Parisian landmarks including the Arc de Triomphe, Champs Élysées, Eiffel Tower, Champ de Mars, École Militaire, Les Invalides, Conciergerie, Tuileries Garden, Place Vendôme, and the Opera House.
- City of Science and Industry visit Step into the world of science, technology and discovery! The Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie is dedicated to spreading scientific and technology using demonstrations, experimentation and manipulation to make science accessible to everyone.
- Disney Land excursion - 1 park pass Explore the land of fairytales across 5 amazing lands filled with classic attractions, shows and street parades. Please note that this excursion includes entrance to Disneyland Park. Entrance to Walt Disney Studios Park is not included.
- Travel to Geneva Board the TGV (Europe's fastest train) and begin your journey to Geneva.
- United Nations European Headquarters visit
- International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum visit A museum experience like none other, the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum presents the history of humanitarian action as well as an in-depth analysis of contemporary issues. The main permanent exhibition, The Humanitarian Adventure, is separated into three main topics Defending Human Dignity, Restoring Family Links, and Reducing Natural Risks, which represent the main challenges faced in today’s world.
- Old Geneva city walk Explore Old Geneva with your Tour Director.
- CERN visit Visit the European Organisation for Nuclear Research and the birthplace of the World Wide Web.
- Fly to Munich
- Deutsches Museum visit Learn about the history and progress of science and technology through the state-of-the-art interactive exhibits in the world’s largest science museum including the Mathematics Gallery.
- BMW World visit
- Travel to Berlin Board the train and begin your journey to Berlin.
- Berlin guided sightseeing tour Join your tour guide as you discover one of the most historical cities in Germany. See Checkpoint Charlie, Potsdamer Platz, Berlin Wall, Brandenburg Gate, Reichstag and Victory Column.
- Deutsches Technikmuseum visit The Deutsches Technikmuseum, founded in 1982, stands in a long tradition of scientific and technical collections. It presents a broad spectrum of old and new technology and demonstrates the various historical connections to culture and everyday life. The museum has a well-stocked library on the history of technology as well as historical archives.
- Science Centre Spectrum visit
- Final farewell Say auf wiedersehen as you depart Germany for Australia