Visit the heart of Europe in this incredible tour around Belgium, Holland and Germany: architecture, culture, design (and good beer!)
- 7 nights in 3 star hotels with breakfast
- Transfers in private coach from and to airport and different cities
- Local guides in required language
- Entrance tickets to monuments
Day One: Brussels-Bruges
Departure to Bruges, called “the Venice of the North”, due to the large number of canals that cross the city and the beauty of them. After check-in a local guide will take us arounf its main attractions in the historical center, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2000.
Day two: Bruges-Ghent
In the morning we continue towards Ghent. A local guide will show us the city, which, like Bruges, also has an interesting network of canals and a beautiful medieval urban center, being the preferred belgian city by regular travelers. As in Brussels and Bruges, the City of Ghent does not go unnoticed. The beautiful belfry of 91 meters was built in the fourteenth century and is one of the best known images of Ghent. Its viewpoint, 65 meters high, offers the best view of the city. It is also worth seeing the castle and the cathedral.
We coninue to Antwerp
Day 3: Antwerp – Utecht – Amsterdam
After a morning city tour in Atwerp, which has always been one of the most important commercial cities of northern Europe, we will enjoy luncha nd head to Holland.
Before arriving to Amsterdam, we will make a stop in Utrecht, where we will have free time. The city of Utrecht, vital and active, is built around the Dom tower, surrounded by its beautiful pedestrian center. Utrecht has original canals, with basements at water level, full of cafes and terraces. In addition to the Dom tower, Utrecht has hundreds of monuments that give this old university city a special atmosphere. Shopping in Utrecht is an unparalleled experience. Night in Amsterdam
Day 4: Amsterdam
After a morning tour of the city of Amsterdam we will head to the Diamond Museum. After that we will discover the center of Amsterdam with its canals and visit the Flower Market. It´s always said that Amsterdam has more cannals than Venice, more cafés than Vienna and more bridges than Paris. And all it´s true.
In the afternoon we will visit the Van Gogh Museum (entrance included). Then we´ll take a boat trip through the cannals.
Day 5: Amsterdam – Düsseldorf – Cologne
We continue our route to Germany, heading to Cologne.
In the afternoon we´ll do a tour of the ciy located in the Rhine plain, on the left bank of the Rhine river, today an important center of culture and art in Germany. The cathedral (Hohe Domkirche St. Peter und Maria) is one of the most magnificent Gothic buildings in the world. In the middle of the Rathausplatz (Town Hall Square) and covered by a glass pyramid you can see the foundations of the medieval Mikwe, a Jewish ritual bath from the 12th century. The bathing pit goes down 15 meters to the underground water. Behind the town hall is the old market (Alter Markt), a bourgeois market of the Middle Ages, today dominated by colorful houses and the town hall tower enriched with beautiful ornaments.
Day 6 Cologne- Brussels
We return to Belgium to see how its capital, Brussels. At arrival we will make a stop in the Heysel district, where the famous Atomium is located.
In the afternoon, after the chek-in, we´ll go to the historic center of the city, where we´ll meet our local guide who will take us to see the beautiful Grand Place, surrounded by the guild houses with its baroque facades and the magnificent City Hall , the famous Manneken Pis and the St. Michaels Cathedral.