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Benelux Overview in 7 days

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Capital of the Netherlands, the city of Amsterdam is renown to be
one of the best places to visit in Europe, thanks to its glorious
architecture of narrow houses, its cultural heritage and its famous
canal system. Stop by the Rijksmuseum to see works of Rembrandt
or Vermeer, the Van Gogh Museum, or just take a canal cruise
through the city to discover Amsterdam in another way.

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Brussels, the capital of Belgium and the center of Europe
It is well known for producing some of the best chocolate in the world. The city center of Brussels, the gastronomic capital, is full of Michelin-starred restaurants and Art Deco beer halls. One of Brussel’s most famous tourist attractions is the Grand Place, the beautiful Grand Place, home to the magnificent Gothic City Hall and the Brussels City Museum.


Day 1 Amsterdam / no meal

Arrival at Amsterdam airport and transfer to the hotel by coach.

After arrival at the hotel it is free.

Overnight in Amsterdam.

Day 2 Amsterdam / lunch

Breakfast at hotel.

Half day visit to Amsterdam including potential visit to the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum..or a canal boat tour according to your requirements.

After lunch it is free time.

Amsterdam is full of discoveries so if wished, we can extend your

stay in Amsterdam

Overnight in Amsterdam.

Day 3 Amsterdam, Zaanse Schans, Volendam / lunch & dinner

Breakfast at hotel.

Morning departure to the city of Zaanse Schans, in the Amsterdam

suburbs. Historic windmills and distinctive green wooden houses

were relocated here to recreate the look of an 18th/19th century

village. You will be able to see the Windmills from up close and

also visit a Clogs Shop, Cheese Shop incl.demonstration/tasting.

Departure for Volendam which is a famous fishing village.

Enjoy the local fish menu.

Return to Amsterdam overnight.

Day 4 Amsterdam, The Hague, Gouda, Antwerp / lunch & dinner

Breakfast at hotel.

Departure for The hague. Visit the Mauritius museum, a museum with paintings from Rembrandt and Vermeer.

Departure for Gouda. Visit of the Stroopwaffel workshop, the Gouda Cheese experience and the Gouda Cheese Market(A Thursday morning in Gouda, somewhere between April and September/The itinerary will be Amsterdam-Gouda-The Hague-Antwerp).At the end of the visit, departure for Antwerp.

If the tour takes place in September, possibility of passing through

Kinderdijk to see the illuminated windmills on the water.

Arrival in Antwerp and overnight.

Day 5 Antwerp, Bruges, Brussels / lunch & dinner

Breakfast at hotel.

Morning visit of Antwerp, including Cathedral of our lady  and the visit

of the Diamond district.

After lunch, departure for Brugges further west. Afternoon visit

of the city center of Bruges including canal cruise(Mar-Mid Nov only).

At the end of the visit, departure for Brussels.

Overnight in Brussels.

Day 6 Brussels / lunch

After breakfast, half day sightseeing of the center of Brussels

including the Grand Palace, the Palais Royal, Galeries royales saint hubert and laughing at the Manneken Pis.

After lunch it is free

Enjoy drinking some beer in one of the many pubs in the city.

Overnight in Brussels.

Day 7 Free / no meal

time in Brussels until departure to Airport

If tour takes place in April or May, possibility of organizing a day

trip to Halle to see the beautiful bluebell forest, which is exactly a

forest with a purple carpet of bluebells everywhere.


Accommodation for 6 nights with breakfast
Airport transfer coach
Coach service during the trip except free time
Guide for each sightseeing
Meals(5x lunch & 3x dinner)

Not Included

City tax to be paid to the hotel upon check-in
Travel insurance
Entrance fees to museums mentioned on the itinerary
Personal expenses such as telephone, laundry and Tips

Please note that this tour will be subject to any social distancing measure taking place in this country and some modifications may apply to any activity per the requested period of travel. Please consult us for more information.

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