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Take an international flight from Los Angeles or San Francisco to Paris, France.
Arrive at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, check in at the hotel. Then go to visit Arc de Triomphe, Champs Elysées, Place de la Concorde. (The tour will be arranged according to the flight arrival time. If the flight arrives in the afternoon, the tour will be postponed to the third day of the itinerary)
After breakfast, proceed to visit the Louvre, a famous art palace, and also visit a symbolic building of Paris-Eiffel Tower, Basilica of the Sacré Cœur, you can take a cruise and enjoy the scenery on both sides of the Seine River. Visit Notre Dame de Paris（ outside）
After breakfast, head to the outskirts of Paris to visit the splendid Palace of Versailles, and return to the city in the afternoon. Visit the Paris Opera and the commercial district.
After breakfast, drive to Lyon, the second largest city in France, visit the Cathedral of Saint-Jean, climb the Fourviere Hill, see the magnificent Notre-Dame de Fourviere and ancient Roman ruins, stroll through the old town of Lyon, and visit the famous Bellecour in the square.
Drive to the Côte d’Azur in southern France, visit the famous city Cannes, and then head to Monaco: the second smallest country in the world (only larger than the Vatican). Finally arrive at Nice, the most beautiful area on the French Riviera, and visit the Bay of Angels and the promenade.
Transfer to visit the aspiring Gaode Mountain Villa in Meier's "Years in the Mountain", this city is also known as the Stone City. Gouda means a high-hanging village. It is also named “sky city” It is one of the most beautiful villages in France. Go to visit the Senanque Abbey. In the afternoon, visit the city of Avignon. It is a well-preserved old city with the Papal Palace and the Broken Bridge . The Pope’s Palace was built in 1334 and is a very important medieval Gothic building in Europe. Walk along the city wall and you will see the San Benezé Broken Bridge, a bridge that is listed as a World Cultural Heritage.
After breakfast, depart for Arles, a small city famous for Van Gogh. Arles has been listed as a key city since the ancient Roman period, so there are still many ancient Roman remains. Although Van Gogh only lived here for a short period (1888~1889), But that year was the peak of his painting and he produced more than 200 oil paintings. The most famous one is "Langlu Bridge and The washerwoman” and the “cafe under the stars”. After crossing the border, we arrived in the Spanish coastal city of Barcelona.
After breakfast, visit Barcelona for the whole day. include: Columbus Monument and La Ramblas, and the masterpiece of the architectural poet Gaudí- Sagrada Familia. Visit the Olympic Games venue on the hills of Monjuic, where the 1992 Olympic Games were held here. In the rest of the time, go to the bustling and lively Plaza Catalunya for free activities.
After breakfast, travel along the coastline to Valencia, Spain’s third largest city. Valencia has historically served as Spain’s gateway to the Mediterranean and is a concentration of commerce and culture. Visit the Municipal Plaza and ancient city gates in the old city. After the tour, head to the beach city of Alicante.
After breakfast, proceed to Granada, a famous city on the plateau, which is also a historical city. Take pictures outside the Alhambra (also known as the Red Palace), a product left by the Moors in the "Golden Age", visit Granada's city center and the old city.
After breakfast, drive to Seville, the soul city of Andalusia. This city was once the capital of the Muslim dynasty, the guardian angel of Andalusian culture, the birthplace of flamenco dance, the fourth largest city in Spain, visit the cathedral built in the 16th century, Next to the main altar is the Mausoleum of Columbus, to commend this great navigator for his discovery of the New World; visit Alcazar Castle, which was once a Muslim palace and one of the palaces of the Spanish dynasty. Then stroll the Holy Cross District, the Golden Tower and Maria Luisa Park.
After breakfast, proceed to Lisbon, the capital of Portugal. In the afternoon, arrive at the "Cape Roca" known as the corner of the European continent, which is the westernmost landmark of the European continent.
After breakfast, visit the Belém Tower, a monument to the Navigator that symbolizes Portugal’s pioneering maritime era and the passion for discovering the new world. Go to Jeronimo Monastery to get a glimpse of the heyday of Portuguese maritime power in the 16th century. Free activities in the afternoon.
After breakfast, transfer to the airport and take an international flight back to Los Angeles or San Francisco to end the pleasant journey
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