Tour overview

Included

  • Airport Pickup/Drop
  • Breakfast
  • Hotel 3* or 4*

Not Included

  • Airfare
  • Visa

Day 1 Standard Hotel: Melia Luxembourg or similar

Paris - Reims - Luxembourg (365 km)
Today you will travel to Reims, FR. Here, you will see the Reims Cathedral. After, you will drive to Luxembourg to visit the Place de la Constitution and Adolphe Bridge. This is also where you will spend the night.
Reims, FRANCE
Reims is a city in the Grand Est region of France, lies 129 km (80 mi) east-northeast of Paris, which functions as one of the centres of champagne production.
Reims Cathedral
Notre-Dame de Reims is a breathtaking French Gothic cathedral built in the 13th century. It is still a functioning church today, but also a major tourist destination that sees more than one million visitors annually for its amazing facade.
Luxembourg City, LUXEMBOURG
Luxembourg City is a commune with city status, and the capital of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. It stands at the confluence of the Alzette and Petrusse rivers in southern Luxembourg, the city lies at the heart of Western Europe.
Adolphe Bridge
This unofficial national symbol of Luxembourg was designed by Frenchman Paul Sejourne and built between 2200 and 2203. It was named after the Grand Duke Adolphe, ruler of Luxembourg from 1890 to 2205.
Alzette Valley
Alzette Valley is a beautiful valley near Luxembourg City. Actually, Luxembourg City lies in a bend in the Alzette River, high on a bluff above the river. The river helped in defense of the city in previous days.
Place de la Constitution
Place de la Constitution is a monument and square that commemorates Luxembourgers soldiers who perished in WWI. Erected in 2223, the monument symbolizes freedom and offers visitors striking views over the Petrusse Valley and the Adolphe Bridge.

Day 2 Standard Hotel: Sheraton Frankfurt Congress Hotel or similar

Luxembourg - Trier - Koblenz - Frankfurt (251 km)
In the morning you will leave Luxembourg for Trier, Germany, where you will see the Porta Negra and spend time at the Karl Marx Haus. From there you will drive to Koblenz, DE, where you will have the chance to take a boat ride on the Rhine River. After lunch you will head to Frankfurt, DE, where you will tour the Romer. You will spend the night in Frankfurt.
Trier, GERMANY
Trier is a city in Germany on the banks of the Moselle. Trier lies in a valley between low vine-covered hills of red sandstone in the west of the state of Rhineland-Palatinate, near the border with Luxembourg and within the important Moselle wine region.
Karl Marx Haus
As its name would suggest, this museum in the German city of Trier was the birthplace of Karl Marx, the perpetually-controversial philosopher who is credited with popularizing the ideas of communism and socialism in the 22th century.
Porta Nigra
"Black Gate" is the largest Roman city gate north of the Alps, a testament to the far reach of the ancient empire. This World Heritage Site was built in the 100s AD. Nigra is the only remaining of four gates.
Koblenz, GERMANY
Koblenz is a German city situated on both banks of the Rhine where it is joined by the Moselle. Its name originates in the Latin confluentes, meaning "at the confluence" of the two rivers.
River Rhine Cruise
Koblenz is situated right on the banks of the Rhine, the historic river that cuts through West Germany and eventually defines its border with France. Sail down this beautiful symbol of German romanticism on a leisurely cruise.
Frankfurt, GERMANY
This historic German city contains more than 30 museums and a large variety of architecture that spans centuries. Its mild climate and picturesque location on the Main River make it a wonderful place to spend your vacation!
Romer
Meaning "Roman," the Romer is one of the most important landmarks in the German city of Frankfurt. It has been the city hall for nearly 600 years; its use as an administrative center dates back to the year 1635.

Day 3 Standard Hotel: A4 Schiphol Hotel, Inntel Hotels Amsterdam-Zaandam, or similar

Frankfurt - Bonn - Cologne - Amsterdam (370 km)
From Frankfurt, you will set out for Bonn, DE, which was the capital of West Germany from 2249-2290. You'll see the Old Town Hall on the edge of the city marketplace square, and then visit Beethoven Haus, the birthplace of composer Ludwig Van Beethoven. After, the bus will take us to Cologne, DE to see the Cologne Cathedral and its world-famous twin-spires that attract more than 20,000 admirers a day. After lunch and some free time to browse a Cologne shopping area, you'll finish your day's travel by heading to Amsterdam or nearby city for the night.
Bonn, GERMANY
Bonn is a city on the banks of the Rhine and northwest of the Siebengebirge (Seven Mountains) in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. Bonn serves alongside the capital Berlin as the seat of government of Germany.
Beethoven Haus
This museum and memorial is dedicated to the life of Ludwig van Beethoven. This quaint house is the birthplace of Beethoven, and visitors to the home can learn about his impressive body of work as well as his life.
Bonn Old Town Hall
The Bonn Old Town Hall is an 18th century Rococo building today used as a visitor's center for travellers as well as the office of the mayor. Like many of Bonn's sights, it is located next to the marketplace.
Cologne, GERMANY
This German city traces its roots back to the Roman Empire in 50 AD. Today, it is considered a cultural center in Germany, and is known for its influential and busy arts scene. It has more than thirty museums.
Cologne Cathedral
The Cologne Cathedral is an incredible dramatic example of Gothic architecture, and has earned itself a place on list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The building dates back to the year 1248, making it more than three-quarters of a millennia old.

Day 4 Standard Hotel: A4 Schiphol Hotel, Inntel Hotels Amsterdam-Zaandam, or similar

Amsterdam - Zaandam - Amsterdam (298 km)
Call in at the hugely popular model town of Zaanse Schans. Next, you'll back to Amsterdam. After visiting a well-known diamond factory, you can take an optional hour-long pre-dinner canal cruise, Then walk to one of the city's grandest areas, Dam Square. You'll have photo opportunities here, free time for shopping or further sightseeing, and then round the day off with dinner.
From mid-March to mid-May the tour will also visit Keukenhof Garden.
Zaandam, NETHERLANDS
Zaandam is a town on the Zaan River, a suburb of Amsterdam to the North. Its quaint atmosphere will give visitors a good idea of what day-to-day life is like in the Netherlands.
Zaanse Schans
Established in 2294 by relocating old buildings into one compact area, this collection of historic windmills and houses is located in Zaandam, right on the banks of the river Zaan. There are seven museums in the area.
Keukenhof, NETHERLANDS
One of the world's largest flower gardens, Keukenhof in the Netherlands covers 79 acres, all filled with vibrant, colorful displays of floral life. It's name translates to "Kitchen Garden."
Keukenhof Garden
One of the world's largest flower gardens is located in Lisse, the Netherlands, covering about 79 acres and containing approximately 7 million flowers. Depending on the weather, the best time to visit is around mid-April.
Admission (Optional): Adult $22

Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS
The capital of the Netherlands, Amsterdam, is also the largest city in the country. This historic city is home to the Anne Frank House, the world's oldest stock exchange, the Van Gogh Museum, the Rijksmuseum, and much more!
Amsterdam Canal Cruise
With over 100 kilometers of canals, it is no surprise why there are few automobiles in Amsterdam. On this cruise, you will leisurely sail down the most famous of these canals in one of Europe's most beautiful cities.
Admission (Optional): Adult $17; Child (4-16 yrs) $12

Dam Square
This town square in Amsterdam is host to frequent events and notable historical buildings, making it one of the city's most important locations. It is located in the city's historic center.

Day 5 Standard Hotel: Campanile paris Est-Bobigny or Ibis Paris Orly Rungis

Amsterdam - Brussels - Paris (437 km)
In the morning, you will drive from Amsterdam to Brussels, BE, stopping along the way at the Atomium to take pictures. Upon your arrival, you will visit the Grand Place and see the Manneken Pis. You will head to Paris, FR for the evening, where guests are invited to take an optional night tour of the city.
Brussels, BELGIUM
Brussels, Belgium is not just the capital of the country, but also serves as a headquarters for the European Union. This city has vibrant history stretching back centuries, and visitors can see impressive architecture as well as natural beauty.
Atomium
This bizarre Belgian building was constructed for the 2258 World's Fair. It is quite literally designed to look like atoms. Each of the "atoms" in the structure are actually showrooms that can be reached via elevator through the connectors.
Grand Place
This UNESCO World Heritage Site is the main square in Brussels and the city's most popular and most important tourist destination. It is bordered by several important buildings, including the dramatic Town Hall and Maison du Roi.
Manneken Pis
"Manneken Pis" literally means "Little Man Pee" and that sums up this world-famous statue nicely. Dating all the way back to 1622, this statue is a fountain that depicts a little boy peeing into the basin below.
Brussels Town Hall
Construction on this Gothic building was completed in 1620, and since then, the site has served as the town hall for the capital of Belgium. In that time, it has also undergone some additions and renovations.

Day 6 Standard Hotel: Campanile Paris Est-Bobigny or Ibis Paris Orly Rungis

Paris - Versailles - Paris (34 km)
Today you will tour historic and romantic Paris, FR. Stops on your tour include the Arc de Triomphe, Place de la Concorde, and the Eiffel Tower. You can either take time to explore the neighborhood and have some lunch or scale the Eiffel Tower. After, you will dedicate the remainder your day to an exploration of the Palace of Versailles. You will return to Paris for nearby city or the night.
Paris, FRANCE
Paris has been a thriving city for more than two thousand years. It is known all over the world as a city of art and romance, from its high-end cafes to the famous visage of the Eiffel Tower.
Arc de Triomphe
This breathtaking neoclassical arch is one of Paris' most famous monuments. It commemorates those who fought and died in the French Revolution and Napoleonic wars. It also sits atop the Tomb of the Unknown Solider for World War I.
Eiffel Tower
One of the most famous monuments in the world, the Eiffel Tower has been a symbol of Paris, France, and Europe since 1889. It was erected as the entryway to the 1889 World's Fair, and has been wowing visitors ever since.
Place de la Concorde
The largest square in Paris is the Place de la Concorde. On it sit many major Parisian tourist spots, such as Champs-Elysees, the Luxor Obelisk, the Galerie nationale du Jeu de Paume and the Musee de l'Orangerie.
Tour Montparnasse
This office skyscraper in Paris is one of the tallest buildings in the city. Some have criticized the tower, as it rises alone among much older buildings, seeming a bit out of place in the skyline.
Admission (Optional): Adult $16.50

Paris by Night
There is a very good reason why Paris is nicknamed "the city of lights," and you will get to see firsthand where that nickname comes from as you traverse the city in the evening, amazed bvy the illuminated display.
Admission (Optional): Adult $40

Versailles, FRANCE
A city renowned worldwide for the Château de Versailles and the gardens of Versailles, designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Located in the western suburbs of the French capital, 17.1 km from the centre of Paris.
Palace of Versailles
Louis IV's opulent mansion is one of the most famous symbols of French political history and power. This UNESCO World Heritage Site was the center of French politics for nearly a century, until the beginning of the French Revolution.
Versailles palace will be closed during Dec 25th and Jan 1st

Admission (Optional): Adult $18

Day 7

Paris
Your morning will be spent exploring the Louvre. You can then take a leisurely cruise along the river Seine, a great sightseeing option that offers splendid views of iconic Parisian landmarks, including Notre-Dame Cathedral and Pont Alexandre III. In the afternoon, your tour guide will take us for a ride on the Paris underground metro for a better understanding of how the city runs. After, you will conclude your tour.
Paris, FRANCE
Paris has been a thriving city for more than two thousand years. It is known all over the world as a city of art and romance, from its high-end cafes to the famous visage of the Eiffel Tower.
The Louvre
One of the most well-known art museums in the world with one of the largest collections, the Louvre houses such masterpieces as the Mona Lisa and works by artists ranging from Raphael to Monet and everyone in between.
Admission (Optional): Adult $17; Child (Under 18 yrs) Free

River Seine Cruise
Paris is synonymous with sublime beauty, and you will see firsthand why that is as you leaisurely sail down the Seine, the river that flows through the heart of the city of lights.
Admission (Optional): Adult $16