Starting from: &1074.00 (euros) per person in double occupancy
8 days and 6 nights –
Includes: Land and rail transportation plus taxes.
6 nights accommodations (BF)
Prices may vary basead on availability
- 2 nights Paris • 2 nights Brussels
- 2 nights Amsterdam
- Transportation between cities via First Class rail (Plan A, B) or Standard rail (Plan C) with reserved seats.
- Breakfast daily
Historic Paris, fashion-conscious Paris, pretentious-bourgeois Paris, practical working-class Paris, or the legendary bohemian Paris, you will find your own Paris, and it will be vivid, exciting, unforgettable. Veterans know that Paris is a city of regal perspectives and ramshackle streets, of formal espaces verts, or green open spaces, and quiet squares; and this combination of the pompous and the private is one of the secrets of its perennial lure. The romance of Paris will catch you.
Day by Day
Travel! a lot to see! Much to do!
Day 1 – Transatlantic Flight from USA to Paris. Professional tour guide meeting at the airport, transfer to the Hotel.
Day 2 – Paris – Cruise & Illuminations – PM
Tonight, see Paris city as it is meant to be seen — cruising the River Seine. From the comfort of your ship, enjoy illuminated views of some of the city’s historic monuments, and scenes of Paris otherwise unnoticed from street level. Afterwards, put ashore for the second leg of the tour and enjoy an illuminated drive through the city. Criss-crossing avenues past flood-lit monuments, you’ll see the Place Vendome, Comedie Française, the Louvre, Pont-Neuf, Hotel des Monnaies, Saint-Germain-des-Pres, Notre Dame, Place du Chatelet, Conciergerie, Hotel de Ville, Place de la Concorde, Petit et Grand Palais, Champs-Elysees, the Eiffel Tower, Invalides, Eglise de la Madeleine, and the Opera Pigalle. The tour ends at Place de L’Opera. During winter months, the tour will begin with the illuminations tour and end with the Seine River cruise. Departs at 7:30 p.m.
Day 3- Paris – Paris Tour Cityrama (OPTIONAL) 10:00 AM – Add usd29.00 p/person
Discover the beauty of Paris from the comfort of a double-decker coach. See the principal landmarks of this fashionable city, beginning with the Place des Pyramides and continuing to the Opéra, Place Vendôme, Concorde Square, Champs-Elysées Avenue, Arc de Triomphe, Eiffel Tower, Invalides, Orsay Museum, The Louvre, Notre-Dame Cathedral, Sorbonne, Pantheon Church and the Hotel Saint-Germain-des-Prés, in the heart of the Latin Quarter. Departs at 10:00 a.m. from 2 Place des Pyramides 75001 Paris. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure time. Tour will return to departure point for drop off.
Day 3 – Paris –Fontainebleau & Barbizon (OPTIONAL) 1:45 PM – aDD USD99.00 p/person
Visit the Fontainebleau Palace, lavishly built and furnished in Renaissance period style. This chateau was a favorite hunting residence of the French kings since the middle ages. Then, enjoy a tour of the apartments occupied by Napoleon. Afterwards, continue to Barbizon, known as an artistic center since the 19th century. British author Robert-Louis Stevenson and French painters Jean-François Millet and Theodore Rousseau were among a few of the famous residents of this village.
Day 4 –
Travel by rail to Brussels
Day 5 –
Half Day Brussels City Tour 10:00 AM
Today, enjoy a half day sightseeing tour of Brussels. Begin with a short walk to the famed Grand Place and listen to the history of the remarkable city hall and quaint guild houses. Then, board a modern motor coach and continue to see other famous sites of the city, including St. Michael’s Cathedral, the Congress Column, the Heysel District with the Atomium, the Chinese Pavilion, and the Japanese Tower. Passing the Royal Residence, return to the city center and see the Sablon District where you will stop briefly to visit a lace workshop. Continue via coach to see Louise Square, passing the Palace of Justice, Royal Square, the Royal Palace, and the Houses of Parliament, arriving at the Cinquantenaire district. Here, in the heart of the European Union, you will see the Triumphal Arch, ornate museum facades, and the characteristic Art Nouveau houses of Brussels. Continue past the European Commission, the European Parliament, and the Council of Ministers Building. Departs at 10:00 a.m. To expedite transfer, please arrive 30 minutes prior to departure time. Pick up and drop off at the hotel.
Day 6 – Travel by rail to Amesterdan
Day 7- Amsterdam City Tour by Bus & Boat
This panoramic tour of Amsterdam takes you to view both the old and new sections of the city. From the comfort of a modern air-conditioned motor coach, view the Royal Palace, National Monument, “Skinny Bridge,” Albert Cuyp market, and the beautiful merchant houses along the canals. The tour also includes a visit to a windmill on the Amstel River. Afterwards, enjoy a tour through Amsterdam’s famous canals and Old Harbor. Board a glass-top boat and cruise the canals to view historic homes with beautiful fronts, 16th-century warehouses, and charming churches with bell towers. Departs every 45 minutes from 26 Damrak, the main street between central station & Dam square. First tour departs 9:30am, last tour departs 4:15pm. Drop off at 26 Damrak.
Transfer to the airport. Flight back to US with grat memories.
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