Tour code: 13011
Explore Paris, Amiens, Eperlecques, Canterbury, London, Colchester, Volendam, Amsterdam, Brussels & Bruges!
- 8 days
- 4 countries
- 8 meals
- On-trip transport
- 7 Nights Accommodation
- Meals: 7 Breakfast & 1 Traditional Afternoon Tea
- Arrival Transfer
- Air-conditioned coach transportation with WIFI for most countries
- English Speaking Tour Leader
- Guided sightseeing city tours - Paris, London & Amsterdam
- Evening Transfer: Montmartre District and Quartier Latin in Paris, Soho District and Camden Area in London, Red light District in Amsterdam
- Boat Trip: Boat cruise along the River Seine (Paris)
- Ferry: France to UK
- Ferry: UK to Netherlands (alternative railway under the English Channel)
- Admission: Funicular in Montmartre (Paris)
- Admission: 2nd Floor Eiffel Tower (Paris)
- Admission: Bunker (Eperlecques)
- Admission: Diamond Cutting Workshop (Amsterdam)
- Optional Gratuities
- Moulin Rouge Show (Saturday)
- Louvre Museum (Sunday)
- Air-conditioned coach transportation with WiFi in most countries
- Hand-picked Experiences
- Free time to allow you to explore on your own
- Paris airport transfer is available for purchase. Conditions Apply.
- Cruise along the River Seine (Paris)
- Guided sightseeing city tours - Paris, London & Amsterdam
- Climb up to 2nd Floor Eiffel Tower, take funicular in Montmartre and More !
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Day 1: Paris (SAT)
Welcome to Paris! Upon arrival, a transfer will be provided. Your driver will be waiting for you at arrival hall to take you to your hotel and give an overview of the tour. (Normal Check in Time is 3:00pm)
In the evening, we provide transfer to the Montmartre district. This neighbourhood is known for its painters, artists, and its cabarets show. You will have the chance to try out some typical French dinner (own expense) before ascend by funicular to the hill for the spectacular view of Paris.
Day 2: Paris (SUN)
After breakfast, you will be taking a guided orientation tour to discover the history and monuments of Paris.
Ascend to the second level of the Eiffel Tower (Ticket included) for a breathtaking view of the city and follow by a boat cruise (Boat ticket included) along the River Seine.
Spend the rest of the day exploring the sights that interest you. In the evening, a transfer will be provided to “Quartier Latin”, the great dining atmosphere where a wider variety of international cuisines.
Paris - Amiens (MON), 155km
Day 3: Paris - Amiens (MON), 155km
After breakfast, you will be transferred to the heart of Paris near the area of the Louvre Museum.
Free time as you wish. If you wish we can accompany you to Benlux, one of the most famous Duty Free Shop with luxury items, fashion accessories, perfumes, cosmetics and skincare in Paris. Alternative, you can enjoy free time to explore on your own to the second largest Museum in the world - The Louvre or other attractions.
At around 5.30pm we leave Paris for Amiens, a city in northern France, divided by the Somme River and known for the largest Gothic Cathedral with the highest nave and beautiful historic centre.
Amiens - Eperlecques - Canterbury - London (TUE), 355km
Day 4: Amiens - Eperlecques - Canterbury - London (TUE), 355km
After breakfast, you will set off to Eperlecques in Northern France where you will visit a huge bunker in the middle of the forest (Admission Included) where V1 and V2 missiles were fired into UK.
Next we leave on a ferry crossing the the English Channel to reach Canterbury, the religious capital of England where it was a pilgrimage site in the Middle Ages. The medieval centre with cobbled streets is surrounded by ancient walls that were originally built by the Romans.
Continuation to London and in the evening you will be transferred to the lively Soho district where you can choose your own preferred restaurant.
Day 5: London (WED)
After breakfast, get to know London on a locally guided tour featuring style, culture and history.
See the Houses of Parliament, the River Thames, the Tower of London and Buckingham Palace, where you will be able to watch the famous "Changing of the Guard" (depending on the season).
Shortly afterwards, you will visit the British Museum, which is one of the main and oldest museums in the world, where you can see relics from cultures all around the globe. If you wish, later on, you can go on an optional excursion to the “London Eye” ferries wheel.
In the afternoon, at 5pm, after a period of free time, we invite all our travellers to a traditional English Afternoon Tea. Afterwards, we provide transfer to Camden, a district famous for having one of the most varied and extravagant street markets in London where you can enjoy a choice of different restaurants for dinner.
London - Colchester - Ferry (THU), 170km
Day 6: London - Colchester - Ferry (THU), 170km
After breakfast you head to Bond Street the famous London Street of the Mayfair district revered throughout the world for its lines of elegant shops, exclusive brands, design fashion, luxury items, exquisite jewels, art and antiques.
Free time to explore the area.
At around 4pm you will leave for Colchester known as Britain's oldest recorded town. Free time so why not head to Colchester's Roman Wall which is the oldest and longest surviving town wall in Britain.
We will then board a modern ferry in Harwich and take a night voyage in cabins with bathroom.
Important note: The ferry used has a limited number of cabins. Sometimes we may need to change instead leaving London at 3pm and taking the railway tunnel under the English Channel and spending the night in Antwerp (Netherlands).
Volendam - Amsterdam (FRI), 130km
Day 7: Volendam - Amsterdam (FRI), 130km
At around 8am in the morning we reach Holland and we visit Volendam a town northeast of Amsterdam. Volendam is known for its colourful wooden houses and the old fishing boats in its harbour.
After this you will travel to Amsterdam where we include a panoramic visit to the city to see its narrow canals, the Dam Platz, its official buildings and parks. Here you will also see the technique of cutting diamond (admission included).
Transfers to the red light district with its liberal values and its many restaurants from all corners of the world. It is very likely that you will have heard about this neighbourhood.
Amsterdam - Brussels - Bruges - Paris (SAT), 615km
Day 8: Amsterdam - Brussels - Bruges - Paris (SAT), 615km
After breakfast you will leave Amsterdam for Brussels (Belgium) and will have time in the Grand Place in the central of Brussels which was selected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site back in 1998. The square is surrounded by Brussels' Town Hall, forty guildhalls and other beautiful buildings dating back to the 14th century.
Next you'll take a stop to photograph the Atomium created in 1958 for the Brussels World's Fair.
You then head to Bruges (Belgium) the marvellous Flemish city known as the "northern little Venice" with its beautiful canals, cobbled streets and medieval buildings. Here you will have time for lunch before continuing to Paris (France).
Arrive Paris at the end of the day where the tour officially ends.
Recommendation: If you start or end your trip in Paris we advise you to book an extra day or two in the city. In this way you will be able to get to know Euro Disney, Versailles and other places of interest.
- Location Accommodation Local rating
Novotel Paris Saint Denis or equivalent
Hotel Ibis Amiens Centre Cathedrale or equivalent
Holiday Inn Express London Wimbledon South or or equivalent
Park Plaza Hotel Amsterdam or equivalent
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