Singapore (literally translated as “Lion City”) ranks 2nd in the world in terms of safety and 1st in terms of urban green space. It is a delight to the eye for its purity, beauty and splendour. Here, the highest standard of living equals comfort and civic care. Singapore has a wonderful history, a delightful present and an intriguing future. This city-state bursts into life like a whirlwind and stays in your heart forever.
On your tour you will see: the Raffles Hotel, the Suntec city shopping and leisure centre, where the fountain of ‘riches’ attracts tourists. The ethnic neighbourhoods of Kampong Glam (Malaysian quarter), China Town (Chinese quarter), the Singapore River waterfront, Merlion Park overlooking Marina Bay, Clarke Quay, and the city’s main street, Orchard Road, which is a paradise for all shoppers!
Sydney is one of the world’s largest cities, located on the Green Continent. The city sits on the shores of a picturesque bay, full of vibrant colours and natural beauty.
Sightseeing highlights include the Sydney Bridge, Oxford Street, King’s Cross – Sydney’s nightlife hotspot, Bondi Beach and Suicide Rock in Gap National Park. You’ll see the upmarket Paddington, where you’ll feel like you’re in the Victorian era. Next, we’ll head to the Royal Botanic Gardens. See Mrs Maguire’s armchair, the National Gallery of Art. See Sydney Town Hall, St. John’s Cathedral, the Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul. See St Andrew’s Cathedral, Queen Victoria Building, Chinatown and Darling Harbour – San Francisco’s equivalent of Fisherman’s Wharf.
In your free time, you will have the unique opportunity to go on a boat trip (additional fee ~ €30/person).
Melbourne, the capital of the state of Victoria and Australia’s second largest city, will captivate you with its history and beauty. The city owes its rapid growth primarily to gold.
On a bus and walking tour of Melbourne, you’ll learn about the city’s founding history and see surviving colonial architecture and modern buildings. Our guide will talk about Melbourne’s development, its long-standing rivalry with Sydney, and show you historically significant houses and buildings. The tour includes Parliament House, the Treasury Department, the Royal Exhibition Centre and Queen Victoria Market. We will then head to Dandenong National Park, forty minutes from Melbourne. We’ll walk under the giant eucalyptus trees in the rainforest. The huge ferns and relict trees are home to many unique Australian animals. Colourful pink parrots and noisy cockatoos live in the forest. A special site allows you to feed the sociable birds.
We’ll visit the cliffs that are the centre of old Sydney, see the famous Sydney Theatre, walk through the Royal Botanic Gardens with its magnificent buildings such as the conservatory, and enjoy the beauty of the unique plants, the songbirds, cockatoo parrots, white ibises, and the peaceful pathways. We will then head to Hyde Park. Along the way we will see the New South Wales State Parliament building, the old hospital and the mint. We will visit the NSW State Library, the University, St. Visit St Mary’s Catholic Cathedral, recognised as a national shrine. We will visit the Barak Museum, where the first settlers lived (entrance ticket ~ AUD 30).
In your free time you can dine, shop or visit the Observation Tower, Madame Tussauds, Australia’s largest aquarium and other places of interest.
This tour is the sweetest and gentlest of them all, and will certainly stay in your memory for a long time!
During the bus and walking tour, we will visit the Australian Wildlife Park (entrance ticket ~ AUD 36), where we can feed kangaroos and have our photo taken with a koala. Tasmanian devils, wombats, Dingo wild dogs, and crocodiles – all these and countless other unique Australian animals can be found in this park.
Next, we’ll visit the Blue Mountains National Park.
From the observation deck you will enjoy a spectacular panorama of the Blue Mountains. We will see the famous “Three Sisters” cliffs, steeped in legend. Descend the world’s steepest railway into a eucalyptus forest. We will walk through the eucalyptus forest and visit Leura, a beautiful historic village in the Blue Mountains. Lunch in one of the traditional restaurants of the village of Leura (extra charge).
Canberra is the capital of Australia (“meeting place” in Aboriginal).
A city without old, narrow streets and chaotic buildings. Canberra is a carefully planned city where all the political power of Australia is concentrated. It is a beautiful, small city with distinctive colours and a style unlike any other city.
On this tour, you will learn about Canberra’s fascinating history and its “role” in modern Australian life. You will see beautiful landscapes, visit the new Parliament building, the Australian War Memorial and the diplomatic district.
Manly is always a festive place, with themed festivals, surfers and tourists from all over the world.
We’ll take a stroll along the always lively pedestrian promenade, lined with tall trees and a clean coastline. You will learn many interesting facts about Manly Beach. Manly Beach is one of the largest beaches in Sydney. The tanned people, the surfers, the blue ocean and the curved stretch of beach are like something out of a postcard.
We’ll also visit the largest market in the Southern Hemisphere. It was founded in 1945 and offers a huge range of products.
In your free time, you can swim or sunbathe on Manly Beach.
The tour includes the Rocks district, the History Museum and the Royal Botanical Gardens.
Free time or optional visits to the Observation Tower, Madame Tussauds Sydney, Australia’s largest aquarium and other attractions.
In your free time, you can explore the city or visit the Singapore Botanic Gardens and the Orchid Park (admission tickets paid by the traveller).
Singapore’s ‘Botanic Gardens’ are a kaleidoscope of the island’s flora, richness and diversity.
“Gardens by the Bay is a vertical park with tropical climbers, orchids and rare vines and ferns. The “tree” wreaths, covered with flowers and greenery, are made of iron bars and concrete, illuminated by multicoloured bulbs. Bridges have been built between the forest structures, from which the unusual grove can be admired. The park has been planted with ~226,000 plants and water gardens with cascades, waterfalls and pools.
2023.10.13 – FLIGHT FROM RIGA
2023.10.14 – FLIGHT FROM VILNIUS
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8 nights in a 3* hotel
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As a traveller from USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa you will need an adaptor for type G and I.
Type G Singapore
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