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3N Amsterdam - 1N Belgium -6N Paris
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3 Countries, Many Cities & Towns 

3N Amsterdam( Netherlands) -1N Belgium(Belgium) – 6N Paris(France) 

 

This is the most visited part of Europe. This region is mostly of countries Germany, Switzerland, France, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Netherland, Italy, The Vatican city, Monaco, San Marino, United kingdom, Ireland and Luxembourg.

Netherlands is known for a flat landscape of canals, tulip fields, windmills and cycling routes. Amsterdam, the capital, is home to the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum and the house where Jewish diarist Anne Frank hid during WWII. Canalside mansions and a trove of works from artists including Rembrandt and Vermeer remain from the city’s 17th-century “Golden Age”.

Belgium is known for medieval towns, Renaissance architecture and as headquarters of the European Union and NATO. The country has distinctive regions including Dutch-speaking Flanders to the north, French-speaking Wallonia to the south and a German-speaking community to the east. The bilingual capital, Brussels, has ornate guildhalls at Grand-Place and elegant art-nouveau buildings.

France has been a hub of art, architecture, fashion, music, literature and gastronomy that seduces millions of travellers all around the world. The Art de Vivre of French exudes cheerfulness and energy all around even in their simple daily rituals. Paris- the capital city is a global hub of art, fashion, gastronomy and culture. The city is well known for its major landmarks including Eiffel Tower being the one and cafe culture. A fashionista’s dream, the city is home to many designer boutiques that lined the two upscale streets of Paris, Vuitton line Avenue Montaigne and Avenue des Champs-Elysées. Bordeaux is famed for the wine industry. Burgundy is home to world-class wineries, navigable canals, and grand chateau. Lourdes is known worldwide for Notre-Dame de Lourdes, a major Catholic pilgrimage site. Not to miss the Normandy, The WWII site and the stunning Mont Saint-Michel when in France. The Disneyland near Paris is a dream world that enchants people of all ages

Inclusions
Transportation

Tours on Seat in coach Basis
Airport transfer and Railway station transfers on Private

Meals

Daily Breakfast

Services

Services of an English Guide for tours 
Airport transfer ( arrival and Departure)
Train Tickets 

Stay :

3 Nights accommodation in Amsterdam
1 Nights accommodation in Belgium
6 Nights accommodation in Paris
3 star Hotel accommodation

Activities :

 24Hrs Hop on Hop off Tour Amsterdam|| Volendam, Marken & Windmills Guided Public Tour ||Belgium 24Hr Hop On Hop Off Tour || Paris City Tour || Palace Versailles day tour from Paris || Mont St Michel Day tour from Paris || Normandy Day trip from Paris || 1 Day Disneyland tour from Paris  

Itinerary

Day 1Arrival Amsterdam

Arrive Amsterdam, take a self transfer to the pre-booked hotel in Amsterdam. Check in. Rest of the day free to explore city on own

Day 2Amsterdam (B/-/-)

After breakfast, begin your first day in the “city of canals” with a Hop on/off tour of Amsterdam. Your ticket also includes a canal cruise. Sailing through the old town, you will pass by wonderful old buildings, canal houses and bridges. Spend the afternoon at leisure wandering around, what is widely regarded, as one of the most “colorful cities of the world”. You could visit the Anne Frank Museum, the former hiding place where she wrote her famous diary or simply spend the afternoon shopping. Overnight Amsterdam

Day 3Volendam, Marken & Windmills Guided Public Tour (B/-/-)

Today after breakfast take this tour to see beautiful Dutch countryside and villages on a day trip from Amsterdam. Visit the famous Dutch windmill village of Zaanse Schans and admire its green-timbered houses. You’ll also see the famous and lively fishing village of Volendam (visit to a Dutch cheese factory and museum included) plus a boat trip to the island of Marken to see a local Dutch clog maker.
The tour is live guided, but supported by an GPS audio system in 16 languages. The tour includes Transportation fee / Visit to a traditional Dutch cheese factory and clog maker / Boat ride to and from Marken / Audio guide in 16 languages
Later return to hotel in Amsterdam

Day 4Amsterdam to Belgium , Belgium City Tour (B/-/-)

Today after breakfast take a short train ride to this small yet beautiful western European country.
Arrive Belgium , check in at the city hotel and take the hop on hop off tour of this small city

Day 5Belgium to Paris (B/-/-)

Today you may continur to explore Belgium and later take a train transfer from Belgium to the very Romantic city Paris. Ransfer to city hotel in paris
In the evening ,Take time to explore The City of Lights, stroll the historic boulevards, visit the many museums, shop in charming boutiques or simply people-watch from a Parisian cafe.

Day 6Paris City tour by Big Bus (B/-/-)

Today after breakfast, embark for your city tour through the Big Bus exploring the city at your own pace. Overnight in Paris

Day 7Paris Versailles Day Tour(B/-/-)

Today after breakfast, take a full day tour to the Palace of Versailles from Paris. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site for 30 years, the Palace of Versailles was once the residence of the Kings of France Louis XIV, Louis XV and Louis XVI and their courts, from 1682 until the French Revolution in 1789. Your audio guide commentary will give you the opportunity to visit the magnificent Palace of Versailles at your own pace. Admire its Baroque architecture, artworks, sumptuous decoration, and the furniture created by greatest craftsmen of the age. Enjoy strolling through the palace’s grounds and gardens to the Trianon, or explore the pretty town of Versailles beyond the palace’s walls.
The Palace of Versailles stretches for more than 721,000 square feet and boasts more than 700 rooms. Your audio guide will help you find your way during your visit, tell you about the history of the palace, and immerse you in its unique atmosphere. Your ticket will give you access to the palace’s most famous rooms, including the King’s Grand Apartment, with seven salons each dedicated to a different god (Apollo, Mars, Mercy, Venus, etc.) and the Queen’s Grand Apartment, laid out in a mirror image of those of the king, including the Coronation Room and the Queen’s Bedroom, once occupied by Marie Antoinette, among others. Also see the stunning Hall of Mirrors, a huge room in which guests were received and impressed, dreamt up by the famous architect Jules Hardouin-Mansart. Almost 240 feet-long, it was designed to amaze the Sun King’s (Louis XIV) visitors and is lit by 17 windows and 350 mirrors. It also offers breathtaking views of the palace’s beautiful gardens.
During this full day tour of Versailles, spend time discovering the gardens of Versailles and admire their artworks (more than 200 statues), fountains, ponds, flower beds and woodland. In Summer, a range of activities is staged in the gardens, such as the “Grandes Eaux,” when the fountains are made to dance to music.
Later return to Paris.

Day 8Mont St. Michel Day tour from Paris (B/-/-)

Today after early breakfast, take a day trip from Paris to St Mont Michel. Your day trip to Mont St.-Michel starts as you depart central Paris by coach in the early morning for the approximate 3.5-hour drive west to the Normandy coast. When you arrive in the medieval village, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its unique location on a tiny rocky island, you’ll begin your visit with an included lunch. Then follow your guide on a walking tour, climbing up narrow lanes to the top of the village. Hear about Mont St.-Michel’s history as a pilgrimage destination in the Middle Ages and its renowned abbey, which, according to legend, was founded in the eighth century when the bishop of Avranches received a vision of Michael the Archangel. Arriving at the abbey with your guide, admire its cloister, refectory, and ramparts, and look out at the sea below, hearing about the extreme tides that surround the island. After your tour ends, you’re free to wander up and down the streets of the village on your own to explore more. Perhaps shop for gifts and souvenirs, visit a museum, or just admire views of the Atlantic. Your total time at Mont St.-Michel is approximately four hours. You’ll then return by coach to Paris, where your day trip ends

Day 9Normandy Beaches Day Tour(B/-/-)

Your Normandy day trip from Paris begins with the 3- to 4-hour drive out of the city to France’s northwest coast. Enjoy pretty views of the French countryside, and stop at the Caen Memorial, dedicated to films and illustrations about World War II and the D-Day landings of June 1944. Enjoy lunch here before heading to Pointe du Hoc, a German defense site that was captured by American soldiers, and then visit the American Cemetery and Memorial near Saint-Laurent-sur-Mer, the final resting place of nearly 10,000 members of the US military. The cemetery overlooks Omaha Beach, where you have free time to walk along the shore, take in the ocean views and reflect on the bloody events that seem a world away from this now-tranquil location. You can also check out the Visitor Centre, home to poignant exhibits that depict the stories and operations of the American soldiers. Your next destinations are Juno Beach to see the Canadian Memorial and Arromanches, where you can check out remnants of the artificial landing harbor built by the Allies. Your day trip then ends with the drive back to Paris.
Overnight in Paris

Day 101 Day Disneyland Paris Day Tour (B/-/-)

After breakfast, take the train from the city center to Chessey for a full day trip to Disneyland

Day 11Departure (B/-/-)

Today after breakfast transfer to airport for onward flight

Additional Information
Exclusions
  • Any Kind of Personal Expenses or Optional Tours / Extra Meals Ordered
  • Monument & Museum Entrance Fees except for the sights with admission mentioned in the Itinerary
  • Anything not specifically mentioned under the head “Prices included”.
  • Tips, Insurance, Laundry, Phone Calls
  • Airfare not included
  • As per new law, all the tourist are required to pay the National Park Fee directly on the spot with the forestry officers
  • Upgrade to a higher category hotel is possible for additional amount
  • Visa Not included
  • Prices subject to change
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