Discover Holland, Belgium And Luxembourg
Vianden Castle Luxembourg
Brussels Grande - Place
North Holland, Wallonia, The Ardennes, Flanders, South Holland, Amsterdam, Bastogne, Liege, Namur, Waterloo, Luxembourg, Antwerp, Bruges, Brussels, Ghent, Delft, The Hague, De Haar Castle
Prices Per Person
(2 Rooms)Sgl & Dbl
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Your Tour Package Includes
07 Nights Hotel Accommodation as detailed in the Day by Day Itinerary as described below. Breakfast Daily, all Hotel Taxes and Service Charges. 05 Days Hertz CCMR Compact Manual VW Golf or similar Including Unlimited Mileage, Collision Damage Waiver (CDW), Theft Protection (TP) & Taxes. Maps, Information, Driving Instructions, and Detailed Directions to your Hotels. Emergency telephone numbers accessible 24/7 in the unlikely event you have a problem with a hotel or the Hertz rental car.
CCMR Compact Manual VW Golf or similar
- 5 Passengers
- 1 Large and 2 Small Suitcases
- Manual Transmission
- Air Conditioning
Extra Hotel Nights before, en-route and after your Tour. Rental Car Upgrades: IDMR Midsize Manual Ford Mondeo or similar €16.00 per day CCAR Compact Automatic VW Golf or similar €29.00 per day IDAR Midsize Automatic Peugeot 3008 or similar €46.00 per day LVMR Luxury 9 Passenger Van, Manual Mercedes Benz Vito or similar €90.00 per day FWAR Full-Size Wagon/Estate Automatic Volvo V70 or similar €98.00 per day
Fuel and Parking Charges. Admissions to Attractions unless otherwise stated.
Day 1 | Welcome to Amsterdam
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Fall in love with this relaxed and friendly city, where everyone speaks English and are most pleasing and helpful. Amsterdam is best explored by foot or bicycle, which can be easily and cheaply rented throughout the city. From its canals to world-famous museums and historical sights, it is one of the most romantic and beautiful cities in Europe. Shop at the Waterlloplein flea market and experience the aromas of the floating flower market. Wander through narrow streets and find interesting shops selling antiques and books. Throughout the day relax in one of the many cafes, and you can find great dining at the many restaurants scattered throughout the city. Service is very friendly and helpful in suggesting local specialties. Try the Indonesian rice dishes, very typical of Amsterdam, or the country’s many cheeses or smoked fish.
Tourist Class A-Train Hotel or similar (2 nights)
First Class Westcord Fashion or similar (2 nights)
Day 2 | Amsterdam sightseeing & at leisure
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Today take a canal cruise in a glass topped boat, which is a great way to see the city and some of the tours are hop-on-hop-off so you can use the tour to get around town. Alongside the canal visit the Anne Frank House where teenage wartime diarist Ann Frank hid with her family from Nazi persecution, and is now preserved as a museum. The Rijksmuseum is the Dutch national museum with a large collection of paintings of Rembrandt and other Dutch masters. The Van Gogh Museum has much of the great man’s life on display and is the largest collection of his paintings and drawings in the world.
Day 3 | Amsterdam – De Haar Castle – Liege - Bastogne - Luxembourg
237.00 miles / 381.41 km*
Pick up your car and drive to the little village of Haarzuilens, to the west of Utrecht. Here pay a visit to the fairy-tale De Haar Castle surrounded by a large park. Its interior is luxuriously decorated with a large collection of valuable antiques from all over the world. Your journey now takes you to Liege in Belgium. Walk through the old city center and discover the traffic-free alleys and shopping streets. Continue your journey as you drive to Bastogne, Belgium, where the Porte de Treves, part of the defensive walls erected in the 14th century, can still be seen. Drive through the stunning Petrusse Valley and to the city of Luxembourg for your two-night stay, where you will find an abundance of fine restaurants.
Tourist Class Radisson Park Inn or similar (2 nights)
First Class Hotel Park Belair or similar (2 nights)
Vianden Castle Luxembourg
Day 4 | Luxembourg
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Luxembourg has a unique charm with its ancient battlements, cobbled streets, historical buildings and museums blending with contemporary boutiques and outdoor cafés. With parks and gardens spilling out from the Old Town it makes an ideal walking city. At the center of Luxembourg’s Old Town is a tree-lined pedestrian square, the Place d’Armes. The Grand-Ducal Palace, originally built as the Town Hall in the 16th century, was adopted by the Luxembourg royal family in the 19th century.
Brussels Grand - Place
Day 5 | Luxembourg – Ardennes - Namur – Waterloo – Brussels
140.00 miles / 225.31 km*
From Luxembourg cross the border back into Belgium and drive through the wonderful scenery of the Ardennes with its winding roads, tranquil lakes and sparkling streams. Nestled in its valleys are fine old country inns and pretty little towns where you can sample some of the area’s gastronomic delights. Arrive at the scenic city of Namur located on the banks of the rivers Mense and Sambra. Drive to Waterloo, which is one of the world’s most famous battlefields and the scene of Napolean’s defeat by the Duke of Wellington. Leave Waterloo for the vibrant atmosphere of Brussels, where we have arranged for your overnight stay. Brussels is a city of medieval narrow streets, lively squares, beautiful boulevards, impressive monuments, spacious parks, cozy cafés and interesting restaurants. Medieval Grand-Place is indeed grand, with many 17th century buildings and daily flower markets. Architecture fans should visit Musee Horta, home of Belgian master architect Victor Horta. Near the Town Hall you will see another Brussels landmark, the Manneken Pis.
Tourist Class Parc Inn Midi or similar
First Class Hotel NH Stephanie or similar
Brussels Street Sign
Day 6 | Brussels – Ghent – Bruges – Antwerp
130.00 miles / 209.21 km*
From Brussels drive to the ancient city of Ghent, with its quaint cobbled streets, winding canals, and over 900 listed buildings. The city center is a showcase of medieval Flemish wealth and commercial success. It is also the flower city of Belgium as flower growers from the region around Ghent sell their beautiful begonias and azaleas all over the world. Your drive continues to the cobbled streets of Bruges. This splendid medieval city is one of Belgium’s crown jewels, unique in its feel and look. The historic center’s pedestrian-only streets are filled with Gothic spires and displays. The friendly residents will impress you with their enthusiasm to show their city’s sights. Continue your journey to the cosmopolitan city of Antwerp for your overnight stay. Famous for its diamond cutting centers and its harbor, one of the largest in the world, Antwerp was the home of Rubens and has a wealth of outstanding museums and art galleries. There are fashionable shops, restaurants offering superb Belgium and multicultural food, and many pubs.
Tourist Class Holiday Inn Express or similar
First Class Leopold Hotel or similar
Day 7 | Antwerp – Delft – The Hague – Amsterdam
116.00 miles / 186.68 km*
Leave Belgium for one of Holland’s prettiest cities, Delft. Best known for its blue and white porcelain it is also one of Holland’s historical centers and home to the Dutch royal family. Its relaxing atmosphere can be due to the city’s center (with its pretty winding canals) which can be crossed in a mere 10 minutes. From Delft your journey takes you to The Hague, home of all foreign embassies and government ministries. Among some of the city’s museums and cultural institutions is the Madurodam – a miniature city containing hundreds of scale-models of Dutch landmarks in a typical Dutch miniature landscape. Your journey ends as you arrive back in Amsterdam for your overnight stay.
Tourist Class Hotel A-Train or similar or a Tourist Class Airport Hotel
First Class Hotel Westcord Fashion or similar or a First Class Airport Hotel
Day 8 | Amsterdam
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Return Rental Car and depart Amsterdam