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Berlibur ke Amsterdam, Vienna, Milan, Venice, Rome, Zurich & Geneva
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Description
Amsterdam Canals
The old buildings and the restaurants make a wonderful sight for the tourists which can be best enjoyed by opting for the cruise. No parking charges. Unlimited boats for adventure. Ticket price: none (however, a token amount is charged for the boat rides) Time taken to see the place: depends upon the type of cruise chosen as per choice. Normally a couple of hours are enough to have a quick visit of the canals. Open time: 24x7 (except for the time when the canals remain closed for maintenance for a day or two every week)
The Brown Cafes
- If you want to eat, then you can go there. If you want to enjoy a drink or two with an exhibition, you can go there. - Open time: early hours of the morning - Close time: late in the night (excluding couple of hours post midnight, the cafes are open 24X7) - Ticket price: none, you have to only pay for the food - Time taken to see the place: depending upon your level of attraction to the place.
De Wallen
- Do not get startled or intimidated by the sights you see. All establishments are government regulated and completely safe.
Cours Saleya Flower Market
Highly appreciated are the preparations of the maestro cooks, for example bouillabaisse- which is a carefully seasoned fish stew that was started here in the south of France.
Rijksmuseum
Photography and filming are not allowed. Security check is mandatory and you cannot take big bags with you. Open time: 9 am. Open on all 7 days a week, since 13th April, 2013 Close time: 5 pm and the ticket counter closes at 4.30 pm Ticket price: € 15 is the entry fee for the adults to the museum. No entry charges for tourists of 18 years and less. Time taken to see the place: It depends upon your preference and choice. If you want to explore every nook and corner of the museum, then you will need weeks. On the other hand, if you just want to go through the collection, then a few hours of time will be enough.
Albert Cuyp Market
- You can buy things you want and all the things available here are fresh and of good quality. - Close time: about 5 pm from Monday to Saturday, but the market can close early due to bad weather and winter. - Ticket price: it is completely free to the people - Time taken to see the place: depends upon your interest, shopping spirit and the list things that you want to buy. For window shopping, one hour is enough to see the market
Houseboat Museum
- Unlike the other museums, you can poke anything you want and sit anywhere you like in this museum. Indeed that is fun and interesting. - Close time: March to October - 5 pm from Tuesday to Sunday and from November to February - 5 pm from Friday to Sunday. - Ticket price: it is EUR 3.75 for the adults and EUR 3 for children with the height up to 152 centimetres.
Nieuwmarkt Square
- De Waag, a weight house that runs on the light of hundreds of candles is a must watch on the list. - Easy walking distances - No need to avail any parking prices
Waterlooplein Flea Market
- will depend on your shopping spree and interests, but a couple of hours should suffice. - Ticket price: there isn’t anything like this, admission is completely free and unless you are buying anything, the visit will be almost free as well. - Open time: 9 am from Monday to Friday, 8.30 am on Saturday - Close time: 5.30 pm from Monday to Saturday
Reypenaer Cheese Tasting Room
- Open time: the tasting class is open at 12 am and 3 pm from Wednesday to Sunday - Close time: it closes at 1.30 pm and 4.30 pm on the same days - Ticket price: for an adult it is EUR 15, but having certain passes will make admission completely free, but reservation for the class is required and advised. - Time taken to see the place: you will have to be in the class for one hour. - Within the one hour, you will become a student of this art of cheese testing and you will learn about six kinds of cheese and also have enough information on the evolvement of cheese over the years.
Sexmuseum
- Admission is reserved for people over the age of sixteen only.
Molen Van Sloten
- if you have an elderly member or someone who is disabled or pregnant, then also he or she can enjoy the tour due to the in-built lift within the windmill. That guided tour is indeed nice and helpful.
Wiener Riesenrad
Other Hours: January, februry,November and December- 10:00 am - 8:00pm. March,April and October: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm. May to September: 9:00 am - 12:00 am. Other Ticket Price: Adults- 8 Euro and Children- 3.20 Euro. Mostly for kids, adventure lovers and explorers. Parking space is provided to visitors. Toilet facilities also available.
Donauturm
Other Ticket Price: Adults- EUR 7.40; Children- EUR 5.20. Kindergarden groups per child- EUR 2.20. Combi-Ticket Danube Tower & Vienna Giant Ferris Wheel: Adults- EUR 13.10; Children- EUR 7.35. Main entrance no steps and also Elevator facilities available. Wheelchair available on rent. Toilet facilities also available. Parking space is provided to visitors.
Schloss Schonbrunn Or Schonbrunn Palace
Other Hours: July to August- 8:30 am - 6:30 pm. Last admission to the various attractions within half an hour before closing time. Other Ticket Price: Adults- € 11,50; children- € 8,50; Students (aged 19 - 25)- € 10,50. Disabled person- € 10,50; School groups4 (aged 6 - 18)- € 5,90. Kindly visit website for other price details.
Karntnerstrasse
Other Hours: Always open. Shopping Hours: Monday - Friday- 9:00 am - 7:00 pm; Saturday- 9:00 am - 6:00 pm. Shops on this street open at their own timings. There are also many cafeterias, restaurants and pastry shops. Parking space is provided to visitors.
Rathaus Or City Hall
Other Hours: Monday to Friday- 7:00 am - 12:00 am. Open to public: 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm. Free guided Tour CHF 5 on Saturdays- 3:30 pm and 4:30 pm. Elevator facility also available inside the city hall. Restrooms with access for disabled persons available. Parking space is provided to visitors.
Belvedere Palace
Other Hours: Upper Belvedere- 10:00 am - 6:00 pm. Lower Belvedere Orangery- 10:00 am - 6:00 pm; Wednesday 10:00 am - 9:00 pm. Other Ticket Price: Adults- € 19; Seniors- (60 years and above) € 16.50. Students (0-26 years)- € 16.50; Groups (of 10 Persons and over)- € 17. Children & Teenagers (0-18 years) free. Guided tours available. Wheelchair on rent & Toilet facilities also available. Parking space is provided to visitors.
Stephansdom Or St Stephens Cathedral
Other Hours: Monday to Saturday- 6:00 am - 10:00 pm. Sunday- 7:00 am - 10:00 pm. The Eucharistic prayer service in the cathedral takes place at 5:00 pm on workdays, Sundays and holidays as part of vespers. Other Preffered Time: 1:00 pm - 4.30 pm. Other Ticket Price: Guided tour €4.50 (€10 on Sat.). Parking space is provided to visitors.
Sforza Castle
o It is closed on Monday o Last admission should be half an hour before closing o Carry a proof of your identity o Visitors have to pay 3€ for museum o There is a wonderful park nearby o Visitors are allowed to take a guide with them o Good place for photography o Take care of your belongings
Gallery Of Vittorio Emanuele Ii
o Some shops close between 2pm - 4pm o Carry a proof of your birthday as some shops offer special discounts o Senior citizens should carry an identity proof as there are special offers for them too o Visa & Master Card acceptable o Bring sufficient cash with you
Basilica Of Sant Ambrogio
o Opening time – Monday-Saturday : 7 AM, 3 PM & Sunday : 7 AM, 3 PM o Closing time – Monday-Saturday : 12 PM, 7 PM & Sunday : 1 PM, 8 PM o Ticket price – Free, Museum Admission : 2 Euro o Don’t forget to see exhibitions o Visitors are allowed to take a guide with them o It is open daily o No smoking inside the Church o Please speak softly and avoid running, playing and using mobile phones in the church o Photography not allowed inside the church
Parco Sempione
o Opening time – January to December : 6:30 AM o Closing time – November – February : 8 PM March – April : 9 PM May : 10 PM June – September : 11:30 PM October : 9 PM November – December : 8 PM o Don’t forget to see aquarium and the Torre Branca tower o Many interactive activities for young children o Good place for photography
Via Dante
o Opening time – Monday to Saturday : 9 AM & Sunday: 10 AM o Closing time – Monday to Saturday : 7:30 PM & Sunday : 11 PM o It is closed on Friday o Don’t forget to try the traditional local food o Visa and Master Card acceptable o Good place for photography o Keep a raincoat or an umbrella handy in rainy season o Bring a hat and sunscreen in Summer o Bring some cash with you
Idroscalo Lake
o Shopping & dining facility available here o You can enjoy a boat ride o Wear insect repellant o Good place for photography
Murano
Don’t miss to see Glass-blowing factory and museum Don’t forget to see Venice's oldest church on Torcello Visitors are suggested to choice of morning or afternoon tours Professional commentary provided by your expert English-speaking guide Most of the store accepted cash Good place for photography Stay hydrated
Basilica San Marco
Check online for the latest schedules. This is a place of worship so sightseers are advised to dress appropriately. Photography and filming are strictly not allowed. Timings for Sundays and Holidays: 2-5pm The entrance to the museum is free but for parts of the basilica complex, such as the St. Mark's museum, Pala d'Oro, the bell tower, and the Treasury ticket charges do apply. Visitors can buy tickets in advance If you visit at peak times, you may have to wait Lot of things to see. Spend few hours here
Grande Canal
Open 24 Hours 60-70 minute afternoon motor launch tour of Venice To try to find out from your guide about the history of the buildings you pass. Travel into the smaller canals to see little-visited parts of Venice Visitors can take a local English-speaking driver-guide with them This boat tour is ideal for photographers People of all age groups can enjoy this.
Burano
Don’t forget to see the Lace Museum Good place for photography Visitors are suggested to choice of morning or afternoon tours Professional commentary provided by your expert English-speaking guide You can enjoy a boat ride Don’t forget to see Venice's oldest church on Torcello Carry a proof of your identity Stay hydrated
Gondola Ride
Ticket price – €80 for a 40-minute ride; additional 20 minute increments cost €40 Each Gondola carries up to 6 people Rides will not operate in bad weather. The ticket price rises at night You can buy tickets in advance. It is however better not to. Travelers recommend that you do not pre-book the tours as you can easily find a gondola on the spot. Gondoliers must be officially licensed Gondoliers must wear black pants, a striped shirt, and closed dark shoes. They usually have a special hat but don't always wear it. You can recognize them this way. If you want to go to a particular place, be sure to discuss it with the Gondolier before the ride Most gondoliers speak some English Good place for photography
Piazza San Marco
Photography is allowed Don’t forget to feed the pigeons. It’s a tradition there. There are cafés nearby All age groups can enjoy this place. To reach this spot, simply hire a taxi. Alternatively, you opt for a train ride.
Carnevale
Venice’s Carnival season starts about 2 weeks before the date of Carnevale Mask parades in St. Mark's Square It's easy to buy an inexpensive mask once you're in Venice Carnival for Children in the Cannaregio district Don’t forget to see Grand fireworks show on the final day to end the carnival celebration Carnevale dates change every year. Check website for current schedules Plan ahead and book hotels well in advance for Carnevale season
Ponte Dei Sospiri
Open 24hours Carry a proof of your birthday Visitors are allowed to take a guide with them Good place for photography You can enjoy a boat ride Wear comfortable footwear Taking water bus is the most convenient option There are restaurants nearby
Dorsoduro
Don’t forget to see art college and university Getting an early start can be helpful during the busy tourist season The tour is mainly on outdoor areas, is ideal for good walking weather Wear comfortable footwear
Ponte Dell Accademia
There was a tradition of attaching padlocks to the bridge (a sign of eternal love) but this has been stopped by the authorities after the bridge had to be reconstructed twice.
Roman Forum
- Closed: On occasion -Ticket price:-Adult €12, reduced 7.50, EU child include Colosseum & Palatine - free, € 30 for combined ticket, Audio guide - €5
Piazza Navona
Open 24 hours
The Colosseum
Opening and closing time: March end - August end 9 am to 7.30 pm, September 9 am to 7 pm, October 9 am to 6.30 pm, October end – February mid 9 am to 4.30 pm, February mid – March end 9 am to 5 pm Ticket Tariff: single ticket € 12.00 reduced 7.50 All visitors under the age of 18 and EU citizens over the age of 65 Free
The Pantheon
Opening time: 8.30am Mon-Sat, 9am on Sun Closing time: 7.30pm Mon-Sat, 6pm Sun Closed: On occasion
St Peters Basilica
Opening and closing time: April – September from 7am to 7pm, October – March from 7am to 6pm Ticket Tariff: Included in the full ticket for the Vatican Museums (can be purchased separately)
Trevi Fountain
Always Open
Spanish Steps
Open 24 hours.
Tiber Island
24 hours open
Castle San Angelo
Days of the week: Open every day except Monday Opening and closing time: April – September 9am to 7pm, October – March 9am to 2pm Closed: Public Holidays Ticket Tariff: General €8, Reduced €6
Cestius Pyramid
Days of the week: 2nd and 4th Saturday of every month Opening time: Guided tours for individuals start at 11.00 pm and for groups at 10.00 am and 12.00 pm
Basilica Di San Lorenzo
Sunday Timings (March to October) : 1.30 pm - 5.30 pm. Closed on Sundays rest of the year. Ticket price: EUR 3.50. Free for Under 18.
Domus Aurea
Closed: Tuesdays as well as on Christmas Day, New Year's Day, and May 1st Ticket Tariff: Included in the ticket to the Colloseum
Ruins Of The Palatine Hill
Ticket Tariff: € 12, included in the ticket to the Colloseum
Roman Protestant Cemetery
Closing time: 5.00 pm on weekdays and 1.00 pm on Sundays and public holidays Closed: On occasion Ticket Tariff: Free / customary € 3 donations
Arch Of Constantine
Always open
Lake Promenade
The stretch is limited to 3 km in Zurich and one can take ferries to the other nearby towns.
Grossmunster
Opening Hours: SUMMER: 1 Mar - 31 October 10:00-18:00 clock / 10:00 am to 6:00 pm; WINTERTIME: 1 November - 28 February 10:00-17:00 clock / 10:00 am to 5:00 pm The closure of the Minster for different occasions is reserved. On Sunday following the worship openly.
Landesmuseum
Closed on mondays Ticket Tariff: Adults- 10 CHF; Reduced fee- 8CHF; Children up to 16 years- FREE
Limmat River
There are numerous private cruises and rides that are available. Also ferries are available for transportation to the nearby towns.
Fraumunster
The Dame Cathedral is accessible with the exception of Sunday services and events (weddings, funerals, concerts) for visitors throughout the year and is open as follows: 1 November to 31 March, 10.00 - 16.00 clock 1 April to 31 October, 10.00 - 18.00 clock
Jetee Des Paquis
Jetee des Paquis is a divine place and a unique mixture of beauty and stress buster. If a visitor is on the boat and is lucky enough, then he can have a look of the pretty swans sailing on water.
Place Des Nations
Place des Nations can be taken as a place to be reminded as the place for diplomats. A huge mosaic of ceramic lies is there that is made by the Swiss artist Hans Erni when he was 100 years old.
The Jet D Eau
The Jet d’Eau fountain has the maximum height of 140 meters with the velocity of 200 Km/h. The pump rate is about 500 liters per second. The total power of both the pumps is 1000kW.
Lake Geneva
Interestingly, there are quite a few restaurants around the area and the nightlife is very lively.