6 Days 5 Nights
Amsterdam (2N) – Brussels (1N) – Paris (2N)
IMAD Travel is delighted to welcome you! This Europe Tour Package includes visits to some fantastic museums, canal tours, man-made wonders such as bridges and the Eiffel Tower, and much more. This 6-day, 5-night western Europe vacation package includes stays in destinations such as Amsterdam, Brussels, and Paris, the most romantic city on the planet.
The Dutch capital, Amsterdam, is recognized for its cultural history, sophisticated canal system, and small buildings with gabled facades, all of which date from the city’s 17th-century Great Era. It is known for its outstanding culture, rich history, picturesque canals, coffee shops, and its well-known Red-Light District, and attracts over 9 million people each year.
Every worldwide traveler wishes to visit Paris at least once in their lives, so it does not require an introduction. Because museums like the Louvre Museum and Galleries Lafayette are located on Boulevard Haussman, it is known as the “City of Lights.” finest Romantic location. When visiting Paris, who can forget the Eiffel Tower?
You are cordially invited to visit the Dutch capital. Get inspired and fall in love with the charming city of canals, museums, cycling, and vibrant nightlife. A really bustling and energetic city. Meet your driver at the airport and take a taxi to your hotel. Check in at 1500 hrs and spend the rest of the day sightseeing in the city. Prepare your backpacks, unpack your bags, and charge your camera and devices for the exciting week ahead. Amsterdam for the night.
Take a one-hour canal boat through Amsterdam after breakfast. The Canal Cruise in Amsterdam is a one-hour tour of must-see landmarks and stunning architecture. The Anne Frank House Museum and the Skinny Bridge are among the famous and illustrious monuments you will be seeing. As you float by the ancient Heritage Museum and the revered Westerkerk Church, snap photographs along the bright Amstel River. Amsterdam, overnight
Optional: Volendam, Maarken, Windmills Tour
This trip brings us to the countryside north of Amsterdam, where you explore 'de Zaanse Schans,' a windmill hamlet. We continue through typical Dutch scenery to Volendam for a city walk and a demo in a cheese factory, as well as a visit to a classic clogmaker.
After breakfast, check out and head to central station to catch a train to Brussels, Belgium's capital. This city offers travellers a glimpse into another universe, one in which the ancient and modern worlds are inextricably interwoven. The city's abundant attractions, culture, people, and restaurants serving delectable cuisine all invite travellers to come see what the city has to offer. Check into the hotel as you arrive. Make your way to the hotel.
After that, go on a coach tour of "The Grand Brussels Experience." A tour around Brussels is a fantastic way to get acquainted with Belgium. Upon onboard our bus, discover the city's ancient buildings as well as its magnificent modern section. Our journey will begin at the magnificent Grande Place, from whence we will be transported to Saint-Cathedral Michael's by coach. We'll go to the Atomium, as well as the Chinese pavilion and the Japanese Tower. We will return to the city centre from the Royal Residence and tour the Sablon neighbourhood, which has various antique shops, while passing the Palace of Justice and the Royal Palace.
The second section of our journey takes us to the area where the European Parliament and Commission have their headquarters. Afternoon at free time. Brussels for the night.
Following breakfast, check out now and head to the railway station to catch a train to Paris, the French capital. Known as the "City of Light" or the "City of Love," Paris' streets are brimming with culture, art, beauty, and history. Check into the hotel as you arrive. Check in and relax for the rest of the day. Stroll along the Seine and the Champs Elysees, stopping at a cafe along the way. Paris for the night.
After breakfast, take a Seat in Coach tour of Paris, which includes a Seine River Cruise and tickets to the 2nd level of the Eiffel Tower. On this one-of-a-kind tour, see the most prominent tourist attractions and monuments in Paris. This package offers a trip to the 2nd floor of the Eiffel Tower for spectacular views of the city, a panorama city tour by coach, and an hour-long Seine boat ride. Why not explore the Latin Quarter on your own in the evening, which is known for its vibrant atmosphere and bistros? Paris for the night.
1) Louvre Museum
Perhaps visit the Louvre to catch a glimpse of Mona Lisa Paris has amazing shopping and Galeries Lafayette on Boulevard Haussman is well worth a visit.
2) Lido Show
In the evening perhaps visit one of the Paris cabarets such as the Lido.
Following breakfast, checkout out and take a private transport to the airport.
Because it is home to the Red Light District, which is a sector of the area where people can engage in activities which are not as accepted or socially acceptable in these other regions of the world, Amsterdam is known as the European City of Sin.
Dutch is indeed a Germanic Language used for first language by around 25 million people and as a second language by around five million people, accounting for the majority of the population of the Netherlands and nearly 60% of the people of Belgium.
The majority of the people are fluent in English and eager to practise. However, if one speak English to a French person right away, people will pretend not to understand you.
'Lutèce,' 'Paname,' 'Pantruche,' and even 'the City of Light' are all nicknames for Paris.
Whether you have an ATM card, there is no need to bring dollars to Paris in order to exchange them for euros.