EURO TOUR 2019 - IFITWORLD Adventure Travel

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Destination: Europe 10+ Countries' Tour '19

A man of ordinary talent will always be ordinary, whether he travels or not; but a man of superior talent will go to pieces if he remains forever in the same place.- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart


Europe is where some of the world’s greatest cultures and civilizations originated. It is a diverse and interesting place; with many of its mysteries still being discovered by modern day historians and archeologists. If you’re a Europhile who wants to know more about your favorite continent, then read the fun, yet interestingly amazing Europe facts on the next page.

35 Interesting Facts about Europe:

1.  With a land area of only 4,000,000 square miles, Europe is the second smallest continent in the world, just behind Australia.

2.  Despite its relatively small size, Europe is quite populous. It comes right after Asia and Africa in terms of population.

3.  It might be the second smallest continent, but Europe is home to the largest country in the world. Russia is so big, in fact, that it takes up forty percent of Europe’s land area.

4.  Europe was the main location of several historical periods that made a huge impact on the world like the Renaissance and the Industrial Revolution.

5.  When it comes to land area, Europe is only two percent bigger than Canada.

6.  The etymology for the word “Europe” is uncertain up to the present time. Some people like to think that it came from Europa, one of Zeus’s many wives in Greek mythology.

7.  The name “Europe” might have originated from the Greek word “eurus,” meaning wide or broad.

8.  Aside from “eurus,” the Greek word for wide, Europe might have also come from the ancient Syrian word for sunset, “ereb.”

9.  The first historians who first used “Europe” (or an ancient variant of the name thereof) as a geographical term was Hecataeus and Anaximander.

10.  The boundary between Asia and Europe changed a lot during the course of history. Anaximander and Herodotus placed the boundary near the Phasis (modern day Rioni) river, while Roman era historians like Ptolemy and Strabo placed it near Tanais (modern day Don) river.

11.  Europe is also called as Frangistan or “the land of the Franks” in the vernacular of some Turkic languages.

12.  Some of the world’s greatest empires were founded on European land. This includes the ancient Roman Empire (the cradle of modern civilization, according to some historians), and then later on, the British, Spanish, and Russian Empires.

13.  Aside from having the largest country in the world, Europe also has the smallest! The Vatican has a land area of only 0.44 square kilometers.

14.  There are more than 250 distinct languages spoken in Europe.

15.  The largest city in Europe is Istanbul, if transcontinental countries that straddle both Europe and Asia (like Turkey) is counted. Otherwise, Moscow is the largest, followed by Paris and London.

16.  Europe is part of Eurasia, a giant continental landmass consisting both of Europe and mainland Asia.

17.  Europe has many geopolitical divisions, some of which includes many countries that are more proximate to other continents. For example, Cyprus (which is nearer to West Asia) is considered as European. Sometimes, Israel can also be considered as part of geopolitical Europe as well.

18.  While Greenland is closer to North America, it is still considered as part of Europe because it is a dependent territory of Denmark.

19. Transcontinental countries (i.e. countries that straddle both Asia and Europe), include Georgia, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Russia, and Turkey.

20. The entirety of Portugal is in Europe, but it has an autonomous region (Madeira) near Africa, and another (Azores) near North America. This would make Portugal a tricontinental country since it has territories in three continents.

21. Europe’s largest active volcano is Mount Etna, located in Sicila, in the southern part of Italy. 22. Vatnajökull (or Vatna Glacier) is Europe’s largest glacier with an area of more than 8,000 square kilometers. Located underneath it are several volcanoes.

23. Evidence has shown that the Mediterranean Sea, which borders Europe, Asia, and Africa, have dried up several times in the past. This is called as the Messinian Salinity Crisis.

24. If transcontinental countries like Russia were not counted, Ukraine would be Europe’s largest country.

25. The idea to separate Europe and Asia (that both share a common landmass) came from the Greeks. The boundary was at Hellespont (modern day Dardanelles) a strait located in the northwestern part of Turkey.

26. Dardanelles (ancient name Hellespont), the strait that separates Europe from mainland Asia is very narrow. It’s only 1.2 to 6 kilometers wide.

27. Europe’s most visited tourist destination is not the Eiffel Tower or the Big Ben, but Disneyland in Paris.

28. Bulgaria is considered to be the oldest country on Europe, since the country’s name was virtually unchanged since 641 AD.

29. Europe’s largest country, Russia, is so vast, that there are literally thousands of uninhabited villages inside the country that were abandoned due to lack of development and infrastructure. 30. While Mount Etna is Europe’s largest volcano, Mount Vesuvius might be the most popular. This volcano, located east of Naples in Italy, is known for its eruption in AD 79 that destroyed Pompeii and other nearby areas. It is still an active volcano, so there’s a chance that it will erupt again in the future (though the specific time for this is uncertain).

31. History’s biggest empire was European. In its golden days, the British empire managed to cover one-fourth of the world’s territories.

32. The world’s largest colony of ants was found in Europe. This colony measured a whopping 6,000 kilometers long, and spanned all the way from near the Atlantic coast of Spain to the northern part of Italy.

33. There are around 730 million people living in Europe today. This figure constitutes about eleven to twelve percent of the world’s current population.

34. There is a period in European history that is still full of mystery and intrigue. Called the “Age of Migrations” this historical period happened when various tribes (Vandals, Lombards, Goths, Saxons, and Vandals) made their way to Europe, and was estimated to have ended around 500 AD. The reasons for this mass migration of tribes still remain unclear up to this very day, and there are very little written records about it.

35. A number of European countries have weird laws. For example, in Switzerland, it forbidden to flush the toilet after 10 in the evening. Also, the country forbids mowing the lawn and laundering clothes during Sundays. In France, there’s a law that bans people from naming their pet pigs “Napoleon.” In the United Kingdom, dying in the House of Parliament is illegal. Greece bans all forms of electronic games- not just gambling games- but also harmless ones like online chess, Solitaire, and most mobile games that you play on your phone.

About the Trip

Europe has some of the most scenic and romantic places to visit with lots us history to its name. It’s also a place for adventure and knowledge. Come travel, open your mind and see things from a different perspective. Witness the architecture from medieval times. Visit some of the headquarters for some of the greatest kingdoms to exist on the earth. This trip is a road tour which involves driving to our destinations and activities in each country. We will be utilizing campervans which have accommodation for six(6) person per camper. Each campervan can seat and sleep the six(6) persons, it is equipped with full kitchenette(stove, refrigerator, sink with running water, etc), toilet and bath, dining table plus more. This trip is not the typical travel and go to a hotel type of trip. It is fine tuned to give you a more intimate experience at each activity in every location which we will pass through as we tour Europe. In some countries we will have more than one destination stops.

We will be visiting:

• Amsterdam -Netherlands

• Brussels - Belgium

• Luxembourg City - Luxembourg

• Paris - France

• Rome & Venice - Italy

• Ticino & Vilters-Wangs, - Switzerland

• Vaduz – Liechtenstein

• Bavaria | Berlin | Frankfurt - Germany

• Salzbourg | Vienna - Austria

• Bratislava - Slovakia

• Prague - Czech Republic


  • Amsterdam, Holland, travel, photography, Amsterdam, Holland

What’s Included

Now this is value for money!

• Return Domestic Flights (Trinidad - Tobago-Trinidad)

• Return International Flights (Tobago-Germany-Tobago)

• Visits to 10+ Countries

• Roadtrips(everyday)

• Ground Transfers ( Wednesday 4th and Tuesday 17th September 2019 only)

• Accommodation(Campervan/Motorhome)

• Over 12 Tours

• iFit Adventure Travel Buddies

• Flexible Payment Plans

• Swiss Alps Hike

• Complete Travel Packing Guide

• Complete Travel Information Guide

• Itinerary

• Pre Travel Weekend Experiences

• Half day to yourself in Berlin (Depending on what time we arrive)

• A day to yourself in Frankfurt

• Visits to Historical Sites & Attractions

• Bonus Tours/Activities

Included Tours:

• Boat Tour of the Canals and Visit to Musuem Square in Amsterdam -Netherlands

• Drive through the Baarle border village Belgium

• Hop on hop off 7 Stop Bus Tour of Luxembourg City - Luxembourg

• Hop on hop off 15 Stop Bus Tour of Paris - France

• Tour of the Vatican and Tour of the Colloseum in Rome - Italy

•Venice - Italy • Gondola Boat Tour of Venice -Italy

• Tour of Bellinzona, Lavertezzo River(Cold Bath) in Ticino, Switzerland

• Hike to Schottensee and Wildesee(Cable car ride not included)

Lunch at the Pizolhutte Mountain Top Restaurant( at your own expense) in Pizol, Wangs, Switzerland

•Quick stop in  Vaduz – Liechtenstein

• Breakfast by the lake then Tour of the Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria, Germany

• Drive through and Quick stop in Munich, Germany

• Drive through & stops at locations from the movie “ The Sound of Music” in Salzbourg, Austria

• Night out in the City then Morning Tour in Vienna, Austria

• Slovak lunch and Quick Tour of Bratislava, Slovakia

• Visit to Charles Bridge, Astronomical Tower and Sunset in Prague - Czech Republic

• Half Day to yourself in Berlin, Germany

• Whole day to yourself in Frankfurt, Germany .

You will be allowed to participate in other tours at your expense once time permits.

Meals and drinks are not included.

Why travel with us?

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Our travel bookings are cost effective because suppliers offer great discounts on airfare, accommodation, tours and transport for groups, especially large ones. These deals make your packages more affordable.

We plan, you pack!

We take the hassle away and organize everything! We mean everything; flight, accommodation, transport, even meals and much more! You get the all-round star experience without the headache. Flexible Fees We offer a flexible payment plan so you aren’t put out of pocket in order to enjoy your vacation. You make smaller payments before your trip, over a 6- 9 month period.

Ideal combinations

Our vacation packages include each of the following:

• Relaxation/leisurely activities

• Outdoor/adventure activities

• Cultural/historical/educational activities and tours

• Nature - oriented tours

• And, of course free time to indulge in your heart’s desires It’s the ideal way to get an overall experience!

Dedicated Travel Coordinators

Our experienced team will be there with you ensuring that you enjoy your vacation and have the experience of a lifetime.

Make New Friends

When you travel with us, you have the opportunity to meet new people, make new friends create lasting memories. We encourage our vacationers to leave as friends, but if solo travel is your thing, we will ensure you have a great time also.

What is not included but required:

Travel Insurance: TTD$450 (you can use credit card to acquire online)

Food: TTD$3200 (you can use credit card in most places)

Train/Bus Tickets: TTD$800 (you can use credit card in most places)

iFit Hoodie: TTD$350

Spending Money: $4000 (you can use credit card in most places)

Below you can read the details of the AXA Schengen Travel Insurance Policy(Take it from 3rd- 14th September 2019).

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Questions and answers pertaining to the trip.

1. Can we stop at interested (personal) places on the way?

Yes and No. We will have a set route with Main Stops and Designated pit stops. Eg. We will pass through Brussels, Belgium on the way to Luxembourg City, Luxembourg. If your stop is along our route and does not hamper the convoy, we can surely stop. If it will affect the convoy’s logistics in a negative way, we will not be able to accommodate you.

2. Do I have to have a Visa (depending on where the flights passing through)?

No, if you are a Trinidadian national with a Trinidadian Passport departing from Trinidad and Tobago, you do not need any form of Visa to travel in and out of the countries on our itinerary. Do ensure your passport will be valid for at least 6 months after the return date of the trip.

3. In what cities are the hikes?

The main hike is in Switzerland at the 2nd Main Stop (Vilter-Wangs). Please refer to itinerary.

4. After January, what are the payment plans for the balance of funds and deadline?

Refer to payment plans. After December, the package will cost more due to increase in airline ticket prices.

5. In what city will there be the "day for ourselves"?

After spending the afternoon (half day) in Berlin, on Sunday 15th September, 2019, we will drive to Frankfurt during the night. The “day for ourselves” will be in Frankfurt, Germany on Monday 16th September, 2019.

6. Will there be electricity on the campervan?

Yes, but it is limited therefore we must take others into consideration. You will need to purchase electrical converters from regular 110v to 220v.

7. Where will we be able to charge our electrical devices?

At the ‘aires’ (motor-home stopovers) and in the campervan. The camper will have electricity while in transit. The camper will also be plugged into the electrical supply from the aires allowing us to have electricity while parked at the aire. Voltage varies from aire to aire and some devices may take longer to charge completely. This we will have no control over however we will get to charge our devices.

8. How long is the longest flight and the longest land drive?

The longest straight flight is 10 Hours from Frankfurt to Tobago. The longest flying time in transit is about 16 hours. We have to fly from Trinidad to Tobago, wait for a bit, get lunch etc in Tobago, then check in, wait for 3 hours, then fly to Barbados on the Condor jet, wait in Barbados for 2 hours (may not get to leave the airport) then fly for 10 hours to Frankfurt, Germany. To allow comfort and less hassle, we will not take flights which are very close. This can cause stress and it is better to have time to relax, leaving room for flight delays etc rather than hurrying and missing flights. No one wants that. This flight from Tobago- Barbados- Germany takes place once a week!

9. What are the currencies used in those cities?

In most cities we will be using the Euro Currency.

In Switzerland we may use Euro Dollar or Swiss Francs (Swiss Currency).

10. Where will we be using the toilets and shower?

The camper is equipped with toilet, face basin and shower. The aim is to minimise the use of both because, we will have to empty the waste at the designated location at the aires. If you have to use it while on the road driving, you are free to do so. As such, we will be staying at aires on most nights of the trip where we will be able to use the toilet, shower, and address personal care matters. While touring during the days in various cities and locations, be smart and try to use the toilets at the attractions, restaurants and cafes you will visit.

11. I have never done a trip like this before. How will I know what to pack?

Upon making your payment of TTD$8,000.00 by January 31st 2019, you will receive a full packing guide on what to bring for the entire trip and how it will be utilized.

12. Which hotel will we be staying in?

We will not be staying in any hotels. This trip is a road tour of Europe hence the cost is lower than normal. You will be using the campervan (motor-home) as our accommodation as well as transport while in Europe except for the night of the 16th September 2019 where we will be staying at a hostel close to the airport.

13. What are the tours included in the package?

Please note, they are listed above.

14. Is food and drinks included in the package?


15. How many beds are there on the campervans?

4 as follows: 1 double decker at the rear of the camper ( single size 1 on top the other), one double bed above the driver and right side passenger area (bed for 2 persons, you may have to share with someone you do not know and 1, 2 person convertible bed which are the 4 seats to be used by the 4 passengers other than the one in front with the driver.

16. What if I don’t want to share a bed with anyone I do not know?

Based on the actual grouping of passengers on the trip, you will know everyone and already create some type of bond prior to leaving Trinidad. You will have to participate in at least 2 of the 3 events planned for meeting and bond prior to the trip. You may also be able to choose one of the double decker beds at the rear (based on the actual grouping of passengers in the camper which you will be assigned to).

17. What about personal hygiene, I can’t stand certain scents? What about doing laundry? Everyone is required to practice proper personal hygiene on this trip keeping in mind that they are not in their personal houses and among others. Be considerate of others. Bathe everyday when possible. Keep everything and everywhere clean. Everyone will also have 2 days to take out the garbage from their camper, sanitize the area and replace garbage bags etc. Some of the aires provide laundry services for free while others may have a price attached.

18. What would we be eating on this trip?

We firstly have to know ourselves and what we are capable of consuming. Know what you are allergic to etc. You are responsible for providing all your meals and drinks for the entire trip. Simple menus will be put together in time for the trip. Our meals are very important to us as we will be burning a lot of calories just to keep warm as well as while touring. In some of those big cities we will be walking for hours doing tours. Energy will be needed. You are also asked to start doing some endurance training and try to keep fit, as you will not want to keep back the crew. An example of a perfect meal which can be prepared in the camper is mashed potato (from flakes), fried/boiled sausage, and some form of vegetables.

19. Would I be required for any form of duty on the trip?

Yes. Photographer- everyone will have to take each other’s photos because selfies only will not do. Navigator- everyone will be required to keep the driver’s company at some point in time and assist with the navigation. Sanitisation personnel for 2 days. Everyone is responsible for keeping the camper clean and in same order which we collected it. Your job is to ensure that everyone maintains this for the assigned two days. Chef - We either prepare our meals for ourselves, if everyone decides to take turns in meal preparations. This will save us all time and money. We will all cooperate to get everything done.

20. Where will we sleep?

What about laundry? Toilets? Showers?

We will be spending most of the nights in our camper at motorhome stopovers. They go by different names in different countries however we will use the French name “Aires”. An aire is a place designated for the purpose of overnight stopping for recreational vehicles or motorhomes. Aires are usually operated by local authorities. These vehicles can stay over or longer depending on the terms and conditions specified on a sign by each locality. Parking is in accordance with local building codes and road traffic law. NB: The electricity output varies by amperage so research before plugging in. Aires vary and each can be different. They all offer different services therefore you must not expect the same amenities at each. A list of services offered at aires are listed below:

• Toilets & Showers

• Rooms/Cabins/Tents

• Kitchens

• Lounges

• Wi-Fi

• Fresh water supply

• Chemical toilet

• Grey/ Freshwater Service Area

• Washer and Dryer

• Electricity

• Motorhome Parking and Service Station

• Grocery

• Restaurant

• Swimming Pool


There must be consultation between an Ifit World Representative and yourself (the potential participant) prior to making down payment. All down payments are non-refundable. Payment information will be sent to you after the aforementioned consultation. Upon completion of full payment your itinerary and plane tickets will be sent to you via email or they can be printed and delivered to you, at an agreed time and place.

Everyone participating in this trip will be required to attend and participate in at least two (2) simulation events in Trinidad and Tobago. The cost of these simulation events must be covered by the participants and is not included in the package for the Tour of Europe. This is necessary in order to acquaint those traveling as well as a preparatory test for the long drives in Europe. One drive that is particularly long, is the drive from Paris (France) to Milan (Italy) which is approximately 10-12 Hours. There will be a 2 hour stop along this route followed by a drive for 7 hours to Rome (Italy).

This trip is not a service where you pay, get everything put in place, then are sent out to maneuver your way around. It’s a trip where we all become travel buddies and must cooperate with each other. One to two persons out of the six persons on each Campervan/Motorhome is required to be in possession of a valid manual driver’s permit for Trinidad and Tobago or Europe.

Drivers, who are also participants on the trip, are required to drive for the entire time in Europe once we are in possession of the campers. The driver must be at least 21 years old. The drivers must have been in possession of a Class III / Class B or comparable national driver’s license for at least one year, once the driver possesses the relevant local driver’s permit, Ifit World will cover the cost to acquire the International driver’s permit.

Mandatory Simulation events:

· Hike to Paria bay (2-3 Hours) Saturday 20th April 2019

· Cross Country Drive Around Tour of Trinidad in June 2019.


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We will be embarking on a Euro Cross Countries' Tour. This means sitting for long hours.


Research has linked sitting for very long periods of time to a number of health concerns and other health related issues. These concerns include obesity, heart problems, high blood pressure, diabetes and more. These conditions are very prevalent in the trucking industry, and impact not only the driver’s health, but also their ability to stay on the road. As we are all aware, many of these conditions can lead to delays and disqualifications when a driver goes in for their re-certification exam so that they can stay driving.

Other issues can also develop. Did you know for example, that truck drivers can suffer more frequently from chronic leg pain, varicose veins and swelling in their legs as a result of sitting as much as they do? This is caused by something referred to as venous (veins) congestion or pooling of blood in the legs due to the lack of movement necessary to keep blood moving efficiently from your legs to your heart.

More acute medical problems can also be the result of prolonged sitting also. For example, sitting too long can lead to blood clots forming in your legs. These blood clots, also known as a Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), will not only keep a driver out of work for at least two months (the waiting period associated with this condition in the medical guidance), but also they can be life threatening.

How about back pain? Back pain is also very much associated with sitting too much. Numerous studies show that sitting is actually more stressful on a person’s lower back than standing is (about 20% more stressful). As a matter of fact, the greatest reason associated with back pain in truck drivers, does not relate to heavy lifting on the job, but prolonged sitting and one other factor known as whole body vibration (from the truck engine).


First and foremost make sure what you are sitting in is designed for prolonged use. Custom seats with good shock absorption features can reduce some of the negative effects of sitting, and also significantly decrease whole body vibration that is a contributing factor to so many medical conditions and problems. They can offer varying degrees of support for your back and neck and improve circulation in your legs through various adjustments and other features. If it’s a company truck there are still many things you can do to improve your seat. Using a low back support cushion or even a rolled up towel positioned to support the lower back can be a big help. A towel or a small pillow placed behind the neck can add support for your neck and upper back. Adjusting the seat height, seat back and distance from the pedals will allow you to conform to the ideal position, and also allow you to change the position a few times a day and provide some variation of the stress points that your body undergoes from sitting too long in one position. The simplest advice for combating the health risks of prolonged sitting for a driver is to stand up frequently. If it is stopping for lunch or to gas up, spend a minute or two extra, and at least walk around the rig before you get back in. If you have a little more time, do some exercises that help improve circulation, and that are good for back health. Things such as toe ups, stair steps, back bends etc. are some examples. If you can’t get out of the seat, you might have to become more creative however. Do some neck and shoulder stretches while you driver. Something simple that will allow you to maintain your focus on the road, such has simple head rotations and shoulder shrugs. Also, to decrease the risk of forming blood clots or a DVT in your legs, research has shown that even by taping your feet, such as tapping to music, you will increase circulation in your legs. Also watch your posture as you drive and avoid leaning into the wheel while driving. Don’t keep a wallet or anything lumpy in a back pocket as it can not only throw your spine out of alignment, but can lead to pressure on the nerves going into your legs (causing sciatica). Lastly, be sure to stay hydrated! Hydration might not seem related to sedentary lifestyle issues, but it is. To begin with it will help keep you spinal discs more healthy. Additionally, a steady intake of water will help maintain the balance of electrolytes in the human body as well as improve kidney function and counter act some of the other issues of sitting too long.


Tuesday 3rd  September, 2019




Depart Trinidad – Tobago via Caribbean Airlines:


Important Information VAT invoice: Request a VAT Invoice for applicable countries Travel Documents: Ensure that all your travel documents including passports and visas are valid. Failure to present valid travel documents can result in denial to board the aircraft or a penalty. Past Travel Experience: Suggestions, compliments, concerns, complaints contact Customer Relations.

Check-in and Boarding Times:

Web Check-in is available for all flights from 24 hours prior to and up to 3 hours prior to the scheduled departure. Airport Check-in Times: - Caracas, Venezuela: 3 hours prior to, with closure 2 hours to the scheduled departure time. - Other International: 3 hours prior to, with closure 1 hour prior to the scheduled departure time. - Domestic: 2 hours prior to, with closure 1 hour prior to the scheduled departure time. Boarding: Starts just after airport check-in closes.

Baggage Policy Carry-On Allowances:

Each customer is allowed not more than 1 carry-on item + 1 personal item, including duty free purchases. Both your carry-on item and your personal item must completely fit under the seat in front of you or in the overhead compartment.

Carry-on item maximum weight 10kg or 22lbmaximum dimensions (L+W+H) 114cm or 45in and total. Personal item total maximum dimensions (L+W+H) 91cm or 36in.

Checked Baggage Allowance:

maximum weight for each checked bag is 23kg / 50lb and total linear dimensions (L+W+H) is 157cm(62in). Travel between Trinidad and Tobago 1 bag free





M DE 2254 17:15 - 18:05 (0:50h) SPO = Classic Economy Class BARBADOS - FRANKFURT INT.

Duration: 50 Minutes

Depart Barbados: 8:05pm 



M DE 2254 20:05 - 11:15+1 (9:10h) SPO = Classic Economy Class baggage incl.: 20 kg


A meal is served on the flight.

Please see below the guidelines for the baggage allowance on the Condor flight to FRA, Germany.


Here you can find out how much carry-on you can take on your Condor flight free of charge and what else you need to know. General Provisions The amount of carry-on you are allowed to bring into the cabin on your Condor flight depends on the flight zone of your destination and the booked fare. For safety reasons, the ground staff and cabin crew must stow excess, unpermitted items of baggage in the cargo hold with the other checked baggage. Small bags must be stowed under the seat while larger hand baggage may be stowed in the overhead locker. Passengers seated in exit rows, behind cabin separation walls or in the Business Class must stow all hand baggage in the overhead bins. If the permitted allowance for carry-on is exceeded, excess baggage charges will be charged at check-in. Higher charges may apply at gate (zones 3-5: $110 / €100 / £85). Liquids may only be transported in containers with a maximum capacity of 100 ml. All containers must be packed in a plastic bag (max. 1 litre). The Condor safety team has banned any carriage of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 devices from all our flights, both as checked baggage as well as carry-on Hand baggage allowance*, _______________

Zones 3-5

Economy Class

Small bag Max. size: 40 x 30 x 10 cm  1 piece

Max Hand baggage Max. size: 55 x 40 x 20 cm 1 piece Max. total weight 8 kg

*Subject to change without notice. Infants under 2 years of age are not entitled to carry on baggage on board, separate free baggage allowance provisions apply. Find out more What items are allowed in your carry-on? Pointed and Sharp Objects and Lighters Pointed or sharp objects such as knives or scissors are not allowed in your hand baggage! In addition, the USA authorities prohibit lighters of any type from being carried in checked baggage, hand baggage and on the traveller’s person. Please make sure that you do not bring a lighter on flights to or connecting through the USA. Rules on Liquids, Aerosols and Gels (LAG) The rules on liquids, aerosols and gels apply to all flights departing from airports in the European Union, Iceland, Switzerland, Norway, the USA and Canada. Please note that other countries outside the EU have also adapted their regulations to these rules. “Liquids, aerosols and gels” (LAGs) include pastes, lotions, liquid mixtures containing solids as well as the contents of pressurized containers such as toothpaste, hair gel, drinks, soups, syrup, perfume, shaving foam or cream, and other items with a similar consistency. Restricted amounts of these may be taken into the aircraft cabin under the following conditions: Containers with liquids and similar products may only hold up to 100 ml (based on the maximum filling volume printed on the item) All of the individual containers must be transported together in a single, transparent and resealable plastic bag (e.g. standard "zip closure" bags) with a maximum capacity of one litre One bag per person The bag must be presented separately at the security checkpoint. We advise you to get these plastic bags in advance and pack the LAGs that you want to carry in your hand baggage before you leave home. Medication and special dietary products (e.g. baby food) needed on board during the flight can be carried outside the plastic bag. These items must also be presented at the security checkpoint. When asked to do so, passengers must be able to demonstrate that the LAGs are actually the items covered by the exemption (e.g. by showing a prescription for medication). If items and bags do not comply with the specified size, you will not be allowed to take them on board the aircraft. Duty Free items (such as beverages or cosmetic items) that were bought on the day of the flight in the airport Duty Free zone or on board an aircraft can be carried in a sealed bag, provided it contains the receipt or proof of purchase. Condor has no influence over these legal regulations and advises passengers to take them into consideration when planning their trip, and to limit their hand baggage to the essential necessities.

Free baggage allowance for adults (and children 2 years and older)

Economy Class Baggage allowance 20 kgs checked

Subject to change without notice. Separate free baggage allowance provisions apply to infants under 2 years of age.

If you have booked a Condor flight together with one or more other passengers and have the same booking number, the total free baggage allowance can also be unequally distributed among all of the travellers (applies to checked baggage, not hand baggage).

The outer dimensions of each item of baggage may not exceed 158 cm (length + width + height).

If the specified outer dimensions or free baggage allowance are exceeded, excess baggage charges will be charged. The additional baggage can be checked with your other checked baggage. Please note: For safety and occupational health reasons (loading by baggage handlers), checked baggage items may not weigh more than 32 kg per baggage item.

This rule applies regardless of the free baggage allowance. Baby carriages, strollers/buggies, cribs, and child car seats are transported in the cargo hold at no extra charge. Excluded of the service are baby carriages with a special function such as jogger or bicycle trailer. A maximum of two of these items per child may be transported. Pre-booking or advance registration for these items is not necessary. Please note the following: Smart Luggage Smart luggage suitcases have a range of features such as GPS tracker, power banks and scales. All these features are powered with a lithium battery. The current IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations 2018 do not allow these suitcases as checked baggage, if you can remove the lithium battery from the suitcase, you may carry them in your carry on luggage. Please be aware, that only two pieces of Lithium spare batteries per person are allowed. We allow smart luggage as carry on luggage, as long as the max. dimensions and weight are considered. Samsung Galaxy Note 7 The Condor safety team has banned any carriage of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 devices from all our flights, as both checked luggage and also hand luggage. This follows reports of them burning up and also the US aviation authorities taking a similar step for US flights this weekend. This ban does not apply to the Samsung Galaxy 7 phone, which is a different device and has not suffered the problems of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7.

Wednesday 4th September, 2019

Arrive in Frankfurt, Germany: 11:15am

Duration: 10 Hours

Once all goes well, by 2:00pm we will clear immigration and customs, change currency, purchase sim cards and put plans our our phones. If time permits, we can take a quick shower in the terminal. At this time we would be using Terminal 1.

(When you come out in arrival Hall B, you can not miss the Vodafone and O2 signs. So this is where you buy your German sim card. Hall A and Hall C have no shops at all, so you will have to walk back. A level down from Hall C there actually is another O2 shop but they don’t sell a German sim card for tourists.)

Check out Travel Tom Tom for important info.

Airport - Campervan Rental

Duration: 45 Minutes

Bruce, Sudesh, Narad and some other drivers will go to DRM located at Kleiner Kornweg 2, 65451 Kelsterbach (Germany) to pick up 1 six-seater campervan which is 11 minutes away from the airport. Take the train for 3 minutes then walk for 8 minutes Kelsterback Train Station to DRM Camper Depot.

Narad will drive Bruce and 5 others to Mc Rent Campervan Depot to collect the other 5 campervans. Meanwhile, Sudesh and someone else will go with a DRM Rep to the supermarket to get some sim cards for who wanted.

When we arrive at Mc Rent and almost finished the handover and collection process we will make contact with everyone else at the airport to make their way to the Aldi Sud Supermarket in Kelsterbach.

Everyone else take the same train for 3 minutes. Then walk for 8 minutes from Kelsterback Train Station to Supermarket(ALDI SÜD, Am Graf-de-Chardonnet-Platz 3, 65451 Kelsterbach, Germany) where the 6 campers will come to pick up all the luggage then we make groceries and get sim cards etc at same location.

McRent Frankfurt GmbH

Dieselstraße 4

61169 Friedberg

Tel. Corinne Basello: +49 6031 69 371-38

Tel. Vermietung: +49-(0)6031-69 371-40


Fax Vermietung: +49-(0)6031-69 371-49


All campervans will return to the airport to pick up everyone and their luggage.

Frankfurt Airport - Amsterdam


2:00pm - Depart Frankfurt, Germany

7:20pm - Arrive at the 1st Aire which is Camping Vliegenbos Amsterdam, Netherlands

5 Hours 20 Mins (432km)

(where we will spend the night and early morning)

We will check in for the night and then go to the near by grocery store to purchase items for both consumption and cooking.

The Camping Vliegenbos Address:

Camping Vliegenbos

Meeuwenlaan 138

1022 AM Amsterdam


We have 4 of the 6 Seaters

6 Seater 6 Sleeper Camper Dethleffs Trend 5887 Family Plus Video Tour

We have 2 Four Seaters Mercedes Benz Marco Polo

Full Demonstration of the Marco Polo

Marco Polo Mercedes Benz 4 Steater 4 Sleeper

2:00pm - Depart Frankfurt, Germany

7:20pm - Arrive at the 1st Aire which is Camping Vliegenbos Amsterdam, Netherlands

5 Hours 20 Mins (432km) (where we will spend the night and early morning)

We will check in for the night and then go to the near by grocery store to purchase items for both consumption and cooking.

The Camping Vliegenbos Address:

Camping Vliegenbos

Meeuwenlaan 138

1022 AM Amsterdam


Camping Vliegenbos, Amsterdam, Netherlands

 Thursday 5th September, 2019

Our first tour in Europe will be the Canal Cruise of Amsterdam on Thursday 5th September, 2019. This tour will start at 9:00am and last for a bit over an hour.

Amsterdam Canal Cruise Tour


Discover hidden corners in Amsterdam’s scenic waterways unreachable by many boats on this 1-hour canal cruise. Aboard a solar-powered vessel, hear tales with your audio-guide while snapping photos of the historical waterfront sights. Pass highlights such as the Anne Frank House and the Golden Bend district with its grand manor houses. A variety of departure times makes this a convenient sightseeing activity. 60-minute Amsterdam canal cruise by eco-friendly, open-air boat Enjoy unobstructed views of Amsterdam’s picturesque waterfront Glide along the famous canal belt past the Anne Frank House, Golden Bent district, and other top Amsterdam attractions Learn about the sights with your audio-guide available in 19 languages Cruises depart regularly throughout the day.

Read more about Amsterdam Canal Cruise by Semi-Open Boat 2019 -

Free Cancellation up to 24 hours in advance

What's Included

1-Hour Amsterdam Canal Cruise

GPS audio guide in 19 different languages

Departure & Return

Departure Point

Loetje Centraal, Stationsplein 10, 1012 AB Amsterdam, Netherlands

Return Details

Returns to original departure point

What To Expect

This 1-hour cruise departs regularly throughout the day, making it easy to fit into your sightseeing schedule. Begin near Centraal Station, and meet your seasoned skipper as you climb aboard a vessel run on solar energy. Take in unobstructed views from your open-air vessel. Your multi-lingual audio guide will provide you with informative commentary on the architecture and landmarks that you see along the way. Pass the merchants' houses, built during the 16th and 17th centuries. Learn why they were designed with narrow frontages and hear about their beautiful gables, some with carvings that depict the family crests and trades of the homeowners. You'll also pass the Anne Frank House, as well as the Golden Bend district with its grand manor houses. Cruise under the city’s lovely bridges, including the Magere Brug, and glide alongside leafy banks and quaint houseboats. After a little over an hour, return sail to the departing dock, where your tour ends.

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Children must be accompanied by an adult

Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

Amsterdam Canal Cruise


After the Canal Cruise we will get lunch, do a bit of exploration then depart to Brussels, Belgium for  short stop in the capital then to Luxembourg for the night. We will arrive by nightfall, spend the night at the camping spot. After breakfast we will then do the 7 Stop Hop on Hop off Bus Tour of Luxembourg city.

We are still deciding which camping spot to choose, whether in the countryside or in the city.

If we will be staying in the city, the camping spot will be Camping Bon Accueil.

Arrive: 7:00pm at

Camping Kockelscheuer


Phone: +352 47 18 15

Address: 22, route de Bettembourg L-1899

Luxembourg (near the city):

Duration: 5 Hours 40 Mins (417km)

Friday 6th September, 2019

Have breakfast and tour Luxembourg City.

After the tour, we will have lunch and then prepare to go to Paris.

Below is a video of touring Luxembourg City.

Luxembourg City 7 Stop Hop-on Hop-off Tour - 24h Ticket

Experience Highlights

Hop on and off as may times as you like in 24 hours Marvel at the WWII Memorial at Constitutional Square Enjoy a stroll through the picturesque City Gardens Hop-off at the medieval castle ruins, Petrusse Casemates Visit the wonderful art museums along the route, Villa Vauban and Mudam museum

City Sightseeing Luxembourg with its panoramic open top double-decker red buses, offers you the opportunity to discover this attractive City from a preferential point of view.

About this activity

Duration 24 hours

Printed or mobile voucher accepted Instant confirmation

Wheelchair accessible

Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

Full description

Explore Picturesque Luxembourg with an open top double-decker bus tour.

This beautiful City in the heart of Europe is divided by dramatic gorges with fabulous views of the Petrusse Valley. The Old Town, with its tiny streets filled with boutiques reveal the treasures of the Town's rich history. Let City Sightseeing Luxembourg introduce you to the city and highlight all the attractions and points of interest along the route. Hop on and off at your leisure with your 24 hour valid ticket, at stops conveniently located along the route. Visit Musee National d’Histoire aet d’Art and gaze at the enormous Roman Mosaic and exhibitions presented over six floors, including the painting gallery which is home to the work of Joseph Kutter – one of the most important Luxembourgish painters. Step inside the beautiful Cathedrale Notre-Dame de Luxembourg, admire the hanging tapestries and church organ and descend into its creepy crypt.

Enjoy the beauty of Luxembourg with a City Sightseeing bus tour.

Visit the Palais Grand-Ducal and, during summer months, you can also book a guided tour and admire jewellery and art exhibits within the building. The recently restored building is a 16th century structure which is the city residence of the Grand Ducal family. Hop off and visit The Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean opened in 2006. This impressive building cost 90 million euros and offers 6000 square metres of exhibition space. Here you can peruse exhibitions comprising paintings, photography, design, graphic arts and multimedia. If you’re looking for a shopping experience, then stroll around the Galerie Kons SA mall. Stop by and appreciate the flora, fountains and tranquillity in Parc de Ville or nearby Parc Ed Klein.

Your Tour Itinerary:

Stop 1 - Constitution Square

Stop 2 - Panoramic Elevator

Stop 3 - Mudam / Philharmonie

Stop 4 - Kirchberg

Stop 5 - European Investment Bank

Stop 6 - Villa Vauban

Stop 7 - Central Station

Important information

Not allowed:



Know before you go

• The tour starts at stop 1, Constitution Square

• The first tour departs from stop 1 at 10:00

• The last tour departs from stop 1 at 18:00 on weekdays and 20:00 on weekends

• Duration: 60 minutes (full loop)

• Frequency: Every 20 mins

• Season: 1 April - 31 October

• Ticket Length: 24 hours

• This tour is wheelchair accessible

Luxembourg City

10 Things to do in Luxembourg City

Friday 6th September, 2019

Depart Luxembourg City: 1:00pm

Arrive Paris, France: 5:00pm

Duration: 3h 48 min (374 km)

We will check in to the camping spot in Paris, France known as Camping De Paris , take showers etc then head out to the Eiffel Tower and other possible attractive spots at night time. Some persons may choose to stay in and rest. We return from exploring at night and enjoy our sleep in Paris.

Saturday 7th September 2019

Wake up and head out for a day of touring Paris, France.

The bus tour begins at 9:30 am.

We will all be ready to depart to Tuscnay, Italy prior to departing this aire to tour Paris. Check-out time at this aire is 12noon, therefore, sometime during the day, 5 drivers and Bruce will go to the aire to remove the campervans. We will part at another location where everyone will meet up later in the day to go to Tuscany, Italy via the overnight drive.

This is our Camping Spot (Aire) in Paris, France

We will gather supplies and depart to Tuscany, Italy for the longest drive on our entire Euro tour at a duration of 13 Hours which may turn to about 15 hours including two stops along the way.

Depart Paris, France: 5:00pm

We will be stopping at 4-hour intervals to switch drivers, rest the engine, use washrooms, and most importantly, do some leg exercises and stretches. This is mandatory for everyone to prevent Blood Clots and Deep Vein Thrombosis.

Paris Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour: Classic

Tour the enchanting city of Paris at your own pace, on an open-top double-decker sightseeing bus. You can hop-on and off as often as you like on 2 routes, taking in the best that the City of Light has to offer.

About this activity

Valid 1 - 2 day

Printed or mobile voucher accepted

Instant confirmation

Audio guide/headphones Spanish, Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Arabic, Portuguese, Russian

Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

Experience Highlights

-Visit the iconic Eiffel Tower

-Stroll down the Champs-Élysées

-Marvel at the architecture of Notre Dame

-See the magnificent art at Musée D'Orsay

-Visit the world-famous Musée du Louvre

Experience the romance, the elegance, and the beauty of Paris on a hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour. You can explore the cobbled streets of the city’s left bank, take in the Napoleonic splendour of the Ecole Militaire, and visit the structure that has become the symbol of Paris itself - the Eiffel Tower - with either a Classic, Premium or Deluxe Ticket. Take time to see Paris at your own pace, and see the best of this historical, romantic, fashionable, fun and shopper-friendly metropolis. You can hop-off the bus at the Champ de Mars, a vast green area featuring wide walking paths that cross immaculate lawns. The borders of this park are lined with trees and flowering shrubs, and colourful flower beds can be found throughout the park. The most prominent feature here is the Eiffel Tower, one of the most iconic monuments of Paris. The Tower is an iron lattice-work structure built in 1889. At 324 metres, it’s the tallest building in Paris and one of the most visited monuments in the world. Head up to the viewing platform for breathtaking views of the city, which are particularly enjoyable at sunset. You can also hop-off at the Musee du Louvre, originally a royal fortress, where you can spend several hours exploring this world-renowned museum that houses 35,000 works of art. The Montmartre Route will take you to the Montmartre region with stops at the Moulin Rouge, Sacre Coeur, Gare du Nord and Musee Grevin.

The Classic Ticket includes 1 day of hop-on hop-off experience and a free Walking Tour.

Full description

Experience the romance, the elegance, and the beauty of Paris on a hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour. You can explore the cobbled streets of the city’s left bank, take in the Napoleonic splendour of the Ecole Militaire, and visit the structure that has become the symbol of Paris itself - the Eiffel Tower - with either a Classic. Take time to see Paris at your own pace, and see the best of this historical, romantic, fashionable, fun and shopper-friendly metropolis. You can hop-off the bus at the Champ de Mars, a vast green area featuring wide walking paths that cross immaculate lawns. The borders of this park are lined with trees and flowering shrubs, and colourful flower beds can be found throughout the park. The most prominent feature here is the Eiffel Tower, one of the most iconic monuments of Paris. The Tower is an iron lattice-work structure built in 1889. At 324 metres, it’s the tallest building in Paris and one of the most visited monuments in the world. Head up to the viewing platform for breathtaking views of the city, which are particularly enjoyable at sunset. You can also hop-off at the Musee du Louvre, originally a royal fortress, where you can spend several hours exploring this world-renowned museum that houses 35,000 works of art. The Montmartre Route will take you to the Montmartre region with stops at the Moulin Rouge, Sacre Coeur, Gare du Nord and Musee Grevin.

The Classic Ticket includes 1 day of hop-on hop-off experience and a free Walking Tour.

Classic Route

• Tour Eiffel

• Champ de Mars

• Opera Garnier

• Louvre-Pyramide: Big Bus Information Center

• Louvre-Pont des Arts

• Notre-Dame

• Musee d'Orsay

• Champs-Elysées

• Grand Palais

• Trocadéro

Montmartre Route

• Pigalle - Moulin Rouge

• Sacre Coeur

• Gare du Nord

• Musee Grevin

Includes Classic:

1-day hop-on hop-off

Multilingual audio commentary

Free map of Paris

Free reward booklet including offers and recommendations

What’s Not Included:

Attraction tickets

You can begin your Hop-on Hop-off tour from any of the stops listed in the description below: 1. Tour Eiffel Quai Branly - facing Pont d’Iéna

2. Champ de Mars - Avenue Joseph Bouvard

3. Opéra Garnier - Facing 15, rue Scribe

4. Louvre Pyramide - Big Bus Information Centre 11 Avenue de l’Opéra

5. Louvre Pont des Arts - Near Pont des Arts

6. Notre-Dame Quai de Montebello - Facing Notre-Dame

7. Musée d'Orsay - Facing Orsay Museum

8. Champs-Elysées - Facing 156, avenue des Champs-Elysées

9. Grand Palais - Avenue Winston Churchill

10. Trocadéro - Avenue Paul Doumer

11. Gare du Nord - Facing 35 rue Saint Quentin

Important information Know before you go:

• You can begin your Hop-on Hop-off tour from any of the stops listed above

• Small dogs are allowed, but need to remain on the bottom level of the bus

• The Classic Route lasts 2.2 hours and operates daily every 5-10 minutes, 09:30 - 19:00

• The Montmartre Route lasts 1.10 hours and operates daily every 20 minutes, 10:00 - 18:00

Hop on Hop Off Bus Tour of Paris

15 Stop Hop on Hop off Bus Tour of Paris, France

Sunday 8th September, 2019

Arrive Terme Dei Saturnia, Tuscany, Italy: 10:00am (15 Hours)

We will spend about 3-4 hours here at the hot springs, everyone can bathe and enjoy the much needed hot bath to relax muscles etc, then drivers must get some sleep before departing to Rome, Italy which is 2 hours away.

Depart Tuscany, Italy: 2:00pm

Arrive Rome: 5:00pm 

Distance : 147 km

Fuel : €32.04

We will spend the night at the camping spot in Rome:

Via Aurelia 831, 00163 Rome (Italy)

Termi Di Saturnia- The Hot Springs of Tuscany

Another Video of Terme Di Saturnia

Monday 9th September, 2019

Wake up early and go to tour the Vatican City, have lunch then tour the Colosseum.

We will visit more spots during this day as indicated in the video below.

After a full day touring Rome, we will be tired.

The drivers will have early dinner and go to bed early( by 6:00pm).

We will depart Rome, Italy: 8:00pm

Camping Village Rome

Tuesday 10th September, 2019

Arrive Venice: 2:00am 6 h 27 min (851 km)

Here we will sleep and have a good Venetian Breakfast then go for a Gondola boat tour of Venice, Italy.

Depart Venice: 3:00pm

Things To Know Before Visiting Italy


This Verzasca where we will camp and enjoy the morning half day in south of Switzerland.

Arrive Ticino, Switzerland: 9:00pm

Duration: 5 h (374 km)

Check in to our campsite either at:


in Sonogno - Valle Verzasca, Ticcino, Switzerland

Sonogno - Valle Verzasca

15 stalls, camper service

GPS: 46° 20' 59" N // 8° 47' 19" E

The parking area is located 900 meters above sea level.



Campeggio Lido Mappo (On the beach of the lake)

Wednesday 11th September, 2019

6:00am Have breakfast and explore Ponte de Salti and Bellinzona in Ticino, Switzerland.

9:00am Drive to Gare de Faido - Via Stazione, 6760 Faido which is the GPS location we will use as a guide to get to Cascata Piumogna which is a very beautiful waterfall.

We will spend 1 hour by the waterfall then continue north.

We will then head north west to Andermatt 6490-6493 Uri (Switzerland) passing through many small towns enroute to

Saarfall which is another beautiful waterfall. located at

Rationenstrasse 22, 7324 Vilters, Switzerland then we drive to the parking spot for the night at the Pizol Cable Car Station in Vilters-Wangs.

Arrive: Vilters-Wangs which is north of Ticino but in Switzerland: 7:00pm

The sun will be setting at 7:47pm.

Total drive time for this day is:

4 h 33mins

Distance : 260 km

Fuel : €60.76

Set up camp in Vilters-Wangs and everyone go to bed early. We have to rest properly as the hike up the Swiss Alps is tomorrow.


Campeggio Lido Mappo

Ponte Dei Salti

Arrive: Vilters-Wangs which is north of Ticino but in Switzerland: 3:00pm

Duration: 2 hours(140km)

Set up camp in Vilters-Wangs and everyone go to bed early, we will not be in an aire. We will be utilising everything we need from the camper therefore we must prepare properly when leaving Ticino.

We have to rest properly as the hike up the Swiss Alps is tomorrow.

Thursday 12th September, 2019

Early breakfast and prepare to ascend to the Pizolhutte, mountain top restaurant via the cable car then 2 chair lifts. 

At the restaurant is where our hike will start. Our first stop will be a short walk west of the Pizolhutte to the first lake, then we will head back east passing the Pizolhutte enroute to the next lake.

Duration 2 hours one way.

At the lake we will have some light snacks and drinks then we return to the Pizolhutte for lunch.

After lunch we will descend to the campers in the carpark where will quickly get read to leave Vilters-Wangs to go to Lietchenstein.

Depart Vilters-Wangs: 1:30pm

The hike in the Swiss Alps which we will be doing

Arrive Vaduz, Liechtenstein: 2:00pm

30 min (34.8 km)

If the tour is available in the afternoon, we will tour the Vaduz Castle. If not, we will have supper and make our way to Schwangau Neuschwanstein, Bavaria, Germany.

Depart Vaduz, Liechtenstein: 4:00pm

Arrive: Schwangau Neuschwanstein, Bavaria, Germany: 6:30pm

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes (162km)

In Schwangau Neuschwanstein, Bavaria, Germany we will camp by the lake where a much needed night rest will be enjoyed after such a long and energetic day of hiking and touring.

Neuschwantstein Castle Tour - Bavaria, Germany

Friday 13th September, 2019

Have breakfast, enjoy the beauty of the lake and prepare to tour the Neuschwanstein Castle. After touring the castle we will journey east to Munich on our way to Salzbourg, Austria.

Depart: Schwangau Neuschwanstein: 11:00am

Arrive: Munich, Germany: 1:00pm

Duration: 2 hours (102km)

Have Lunch

Depart Munich: 2:00pm

We will then continue going east till we arrive in Salzbourg,  Austria where we will sight see for about 1 hour.

Arrive Salzbourg, Austria: 4:10pm

Depart Salbourg: 5pm

Arrive Vienna, Austria: 8:00pm

Duration: 6 hours (439km)

We will spend the night in Vienna, Austria.

Quick Tour of Bratislava, Slovakia

Saturday 14th September, 2019

Have breakfast, and some early morning exploring of the city.

Depart Vienna: 10:00am

Arrive Bratislava, Slovakia: 11:20am

Duration: 1 hour 20 Mins

Depart Bratislava: 12:20pm

Arrive Prague, Czech Republic: 4:40pm

Duration: 4 Hours 17 Mins (333km)

We park the campers at the motorhome stopover which is 2km from the city. We should aim at catching the sunset from on St. Charles Bridge and visit the Saint Nicholas Cathedral, in Prague, Czech Republic.

Prague, Czech Republic

Top 10 Tourist Attractions in Prague, Czech Republic

A Day in Berlin on a Budget

Sunday 15th September, 2019

Depart Prague: 3:00am

Arrive Berlin: 7:00am

4 Hours 42Mins (349km)

Time for yourself.

Tour Berlin on your own or with us.

Drivers  are asked to join us for sleep 7:00pm

Depart Berlin: 11:30pm

Monday 16th September, 2019

Arrive Frankfurt: 7:00am

Duration: 7 Hours (554km)

Check in to the Aire at 10:00am.

Camping Mörfelden

Inh. Adrian Schrötter

Am campground 5 - 15

64546 Mörfelden - Walldorf

Telephone: +49 (0) 61 05 - 2 22 89

Fax: +49 (0) 61 05 - 27 74 59

Tax number 21 867 60884



Tour Frankfurt during the day.

Camperss will be parked at the Aire where we will stay for the night.

Reflective Meeting and Dinner with everyone at 5:00pm at the Motorhome stopover.

Pack all luggage and carry on for departure via airplane.

Tuesday 17th September, 2019

Drivers check in on flight online at 6:00am.

Have Breakfast Drop everyone and luggage to Airport by 7:00am.

Once everyone along with their luggage is dropped off at the Airport. The drivers depart to return the campers at the Camper Rental Agency 30 minutes away from the airport.

Drivers Arrive at Camper Rental Agency: 9:00am

Drivers depart Camper Rental Agency via taxi by 9:30am

Drivers arrive at airport -10:15am

Drivers will have till 10:30am to drop off their luggage and make their way to the plane

Depart Frankfurt: 12:00noon

Arrive Tobago: 4:00pm

Depart Tobago: 8:00pm

Arrive Trinidad: 8:30pm

Ideal Way for Packing on This Trip


I wrote this backpacking Europe packing list because packing for travel can often be very difficult — especially for beginners. Many first-time travelers make the mistake of bringing way too much gear so that travel quickly becomes tiresome. It can also make you a bigger target for thieves because you’re not able to keep track of your belongings as well. This packing guide for Europe will help you know what type of clothes and gear you should bring, and also includes tips for packing light.

• Quick Tips for Packing Light

• Travel Clothing

• Travel Accessories and Travel Backpacks

• Travel Toiletries

• Electronics for Travel

• What Not to Bring

• Where to Buy Gear

First, I suggest limiting yourself to 13 lbs(6kg) worth of gear in your backpack(Hand Luggage).

Secondly, limit your checked in luggage when packed must not exceed 44lbs(20kg).

If you exceed 13lbs (6kg) and 44lbs(20kg) respectively, you run the risk of exceeding the carry-on weight limit which is very costly.


• You want to look good in Europe, I understand. Europeans are known for being super fashionable and you want to be the same. It just isn’t practical to wear really nice clothes as a backpacker on a cross continent tour. You have limited space in your bag, so it doesn’t make sense to pack an outfit that you’re only going to wear once. This doesn’t mean you have to look like a slob. It is really simple to look presentable as long as you pack items that look good when worn with each other.

• Cut the Clothing:

Pretty much all the weight in your backpack comes from your clothes. Most inexperienced travelers bring way too much. There isn’t really any difference between packing for 2 weeks and packing for 2 months because you’ll do laundry just about every 3-4 days. You’re only going to have a few shirts/pants, so make sure they all match each other. Choose dark and neutral colors (dark colors hide dirt/stains better than light colors). Most Europeans tend to wear more subdued clothing anyway.

• If it is going to be cold, you should dress in layers.

A big bulky coat isn’t going to be practical (unless you’re going somewhere extremely cold). A thermal base layer, long-sleeve t-shirt, sweater, and fleece jacket combo is much more practical than a big coat. You can always add/subtract layers if needed.

• Cut the Toiletries:

Liquids/gels/etc. weigh a lot.

Limit yourself to the very basics.




• 5-7 Pairs socks

1 Sleeping bag or (a bed sheet and a blanket)- This is because the campers do not come with bed sheets, blankets and pillows.

Neck pillow(It will double as your pillow to sleep in the camper and on the plane. This does not go in your luggage. It goes around your neck while checking in at the counter.

• 5-7 pairs underwear

• 1 pair comfortable sneaker which will be good for touring and exploring during the day as well as look good at night if going out.

• cheap pair of rubber flip-flops

• 2 Shirts -Versatile, non-wrinkle, dark colour easy to wash tops

• 1 Sweater

• 4 Tshirts

• 1 pair jeans

• 1 pair neutral/dark color chinos (light-weight cotton) long pants

• Rain Jacket: A rain jacket is nice to have. We recommend getting a lightweight jacket that can be easily packed away.

• Sun glasses

• Scarf

• Warm Gloves

• Travel Backpack / Small Suitcase to pack all of the above

• Small backpack for daily trips and getting around

• A quick-drying travel towel is a must because a normal towel takes hours to dry

• A small flash light

• A handheld notebook and 2 pens

• Eye mask for sleeping on trains/planes/camper/hostels because it isn’t always easy to fall asleep

• Earplugs are nice too (especially if there is someone who snores in the camper

• Water bottle- flexible ones are greater or even a camel pack

• Utensils for eating

• Toothbrush with cover & Small toothpaste

• Deodorant

• Photocopies of all travel documents

• Zip-lock bags

• Travel laundry soap

• Lint roller(if needed)

• Outlet plug adaptors (Euro Wall – USA Device)

• Plug Adaptor with USB Ports

• 2 Rechargeable Portable Power for your devices (20000mAh or more each)

• Digital Camera with extra memory cards

• Portable External Hard-drive

• Laptop and Charger(if you desire) to be carried in hand luggage

• Smartphone

• Headphones

• Tablet loaded with movies music for long haul trips via air and land

• Stainless Steel Plate, cup.



Try minimizing the number of toiletries you bring because liquids add a ton of weight. Don’t forget that you can buy pretty much anything once you’re in Europe.

Here is a general list of things you might want:

• Shampoo/Conditioner/Body Wash: Pack small quantities in travel sized bottles for 2 weeks.

• Shaving Stuff (Razors & Cream): You can find pretty much the exact same products abroad but razors do seem to be a lot more expensive in Europe.

• Chapstick w/Sunscreen

• Contact Lenses/Solution/Glasses: Contact solution is actually a pain to buy becuase it’s normally only sold in pharmacies. Plus it isn’t cheap.

• Condoms: Some souvenirs are no fun… so it’s better safe than sorry.

• Travel Toilet Paper: You never know when you’ll need a bit of toilet paper so it’s good to carry some travel toilet paper as you travel.

• Wet Wipes/Baby Wipes: These are a lifesaver when you actually need them

• Hand Sanitizer:

• Body Powder: A lot of people start chafing after they walk a lot — especially if it is really hot. Anti Monkey Butt is great for those hot days.

• Skin and Foot Cream

• Pepto Tablets: Traveling can take a toll on your stomach

• Band-Aids: They’re nice to have on hand. A lot of people will develop blisters on their feet so we recommend Band-Aids for feet.

• Pain Medicine: In much of Europe, over-the-counter pain medicine (even basic stuff like Tylenol) is only from a pharmacy. This isn’t a big problem but it’s nice to have a little on hand.

• Migraine and Sinus Medication for those who suffer from these.

• Imodium – consuming food and drinks in other countries you can get diarrhea

• Prescription Drugs: Ensure you have the original bottle/box in case you’re asked to prove the medicine is yours. Make sure you have enough medicine to cover your entire trip since it might be hard to get any refills.


Important Information concerning your outward flight CHECK-IN: CONDOR - Terminal 1 International Area CLOSING DATE: You are reminded that you have to finalize your check-in procedure and have to possess your boarding-card 60 minutes prior to departure at the latest. Principally we recommend to be at the check-in 2 hours prior to departure.

ONLINE check-in:

you may use our online check-in from 24 to 2 hours before scheduled departure. Please use the baggage drop-of desks at the airport for your hold(Checked in) baggage and then hand in your luggage until late. 60 minutes before departure at the so-called baggage drop- off at the airport.

Online check-in is not available for GROUPS.

FLIGHT-RECONFIRMATION: You can check your flight times starting 48 hours before your flight on the internet at You will find all the important information on your flight under the menu item Flight info - Departures and Arrivals. The General Terms and Conditions apply and can be viewed online at Important Information concerning your return-flight CHECK-IN: Teminal 1, Hall C CLOSING DATE: You are reminded that the following closing dates for check-in: long-hauls (from 6 hour flights on): 60 minutes prior to departure. Short-/Middle-hauls: 45 minutes prior to departure. We ask you to have finished your check-in procedure at these times and of being in possession of your boarding-card. Principally we recommend to be at the check-in 2 hours prior to departure (for flights into the USA and Canada 3 hours).

AUTOMATED check-in: use the convenient automated check-in kiosks found throughout the airport for all departures. Then hand your baggage over at the Baggage Drop-off You can use the check-in kiosks at the day of travel up to 1 hour prior departure. Please make sure that your baggage has been accepted at the Baggage Drop- off counter latest 60 minutes prior departure. ONLINE check-in: you may use our online check-in from 24 to 2 hours before scheduled departure. Please use the baggage drop-of desks at the airport for your hold baggage and then hand in your luggage until late. 60 minutes before departure at the so-called baggage drop- off at the airport. Online check-in is not available for GROUPS. FLIGHT-RECONFIRMATION: You can check your flight times starting 48 hours before your flight on the internet at You will find all the important information on your flight under the menu item Flight info - Departures and Arrivals. The General Terms and Conditions apply and can be viewed online at REBOOKING OF THE RETURNFLIGHT: You can rebook your returnflight according to the rate until one day prior to departure around the clock by phone, calling +49 6171 6988910. Special note for ticketless travel TKNE/NOTIX: At the Check-in, please have at hand this booking itinerary and a valid passport/personal identification card for all passengers, including children and infants. If you have booked a feeder with one of our partner-airlines an electronic-ticket will be issued for this flight. Please check and observe the visa and entry requirements for the country of destination and any transit countries!! Check-in deadline: The passenger strictly needs to observe the dead- line of 120 minutes on all outbound and inbound flights (180 minutes on flights to the U.S. and Canada). If the passenger has not reported to the Check-in within this time, the airline is authorized to alternatively dispose of the seat. Please be aware that more restrictive security measures concerning hand luggage on flights to and from the USA are in place. Please inform yourself by your Travel Agent or on our website WWW.CONDOR.COM. The published flight times can to a reasonable extent be subject to changes for flight operating reasons. Condor will endeavor to keep changes in flight times to a minimum and inform all passengers of them as early as possible. Free baggage allowance: The free baggage allowance specified above is per person, not per seat. Liability: Liability is governed by the Montreal Convention of 28 May 1999 and the Warsaw Convention of 12 October 1929 or as amended at The Hague in 1955. These conventions limit liability for damage to baggage, loss of luggage or delayed arrival of baggage (maximum of 1,131 SDRs/approx. EUR 1,332) as well as for delays (maximum of 4,694 SDRs/approx. EUR 5,528). If the value of your baggage exceeds the above stated amount, you should ensure that it is covered by other insurance prior to departure. There is no limitation on the liability of EU airlines for death or bodily injury. In the event a passenger suffers a loss of up to 113,100 special drawing rights (SDRs), or approx. EUR 133,200, it cannot be proven that the party suffering the loss was partially or completely at fault for causing the damage. If you have plans to use a different airline as your carrier during your journey, their limits of liability shall apply. The general terms and conditions for transportation can be viewed at, by your Travel Agent or at any Thomas Cook Service desk. Legal notes regarding taxes: service according to Par. 25 UStG (German Sales Tax Code) Cross-border passenger transportation according to Par. 26,3 UStG (German Sales Tax Code). Tax no.: 003 246 44120 Prices for purely German domestic flights include 19% VAT Taxes/commercial fees include any applicable taxes, fees or other charges as may become due in the applicable currency of any relevant jurisdiction. Please be reminded of the handluggage-rules concerning the carriage of liquids. Info on Thank you very much for your reservation! We wish you a pleasant flight. ******************************************************************************************************************* The General Terms and Conditions apply and can be viewed online at *******************************************************************************************************************

Accident waiver and release of liability agreement

I hereby assume all of the risks of participating in any/all activities associated with all events hosted by iFit WORLD which I participate in from this day forward, including by way of example and not limitation, any risks that may arise from negligence or carelessness on the part of the persons or entities being released, from dangerous or defective equipment or property owned, maintained, or controlled by them, or because of their possible liability without fault. I certify that I am physically fit, have sufficiently prepared or trained for participation in this activity, and have not been advised to not participate by a qualified medical professional. I certify that there are no health related reasons or problems which preclude my participation in this activity. I acknowledge that this accident waiver and release of liability form will be used by the event holders, sponsors and organisers of the activity in which I may participate, and that it will govern my actions and responsibilities at said activity. In consideration of my application and permitting me to participate in this activity, I hereby take action for myself, my executors, administrators, heirs, next of kin, successors, and assigns as follows: A. I waive, release, and discharge from any and all liability, including but not limited to, liability arising from the negligence or fault of the entities or persons released, for my death, disability, personal injury, property damage, property theft, or actions of any kind which may hereafter occur to me including my travelling to and from this activity, t he following entities or persons: iFit WORLD, and/or their directors, officers, employees, volunteers, representatives, and agents, and the activity holders, sponsors, and volunteers; B. I indemnify, hold harmless, and promise not to sue the entities or persons mentioned in this paragraph from any and all liabilities or claims made as a result of participation in this activity, whether caused by the negligence of release or otherwise.I acknowledge that iFit WORLD and their directors, officers, volunteers, representatives, and agents are not responsible for the errors, omissions, acts, or failures to act of any party or entity conducting a specific activity on their behalf. I acknowledge that this activity may involve a test of a person's physical and mental limits and carries with it the potential for death, serious injury, and property loss. The risks include, but are not limited to, those caused by terrain, facilities, temperature, weather, condition of participants, equipment, vehicular traffic, lack of hydration, and actions of other people including, but not limited to, participants, volunteers, monitors, and/or producers of the activity. These risks are not only inherent to participants, but are also present for volunteers. I hereby consent to receive medical treatment which may be deemed advisable in the event of injury, accident, and/or illness during this activity.I understand while participating in this activity, I may be photographed. I agree to allow my photo, video, or film likeness to be used for any legitimate purpose by the activity holders, producers, sponsors, organizers, and assigns.The accident waiver and release of liability form shall be construed broadly to provide a release and waiver to the maximum extent permissible under applicable law. I certify that I have read this document and I fully understand its content. By completing the registration on the google form(Registration button below)  associated with this tour of Europe, I agree and acknowledge my release of liability at my own free will.

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