Amsterdam & Paris & Bruges

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At A Glance

  • 12 total travel days with 10 nights in hotels in Europe
  • You’ll travel by train ~ never in a bus group!
  • YOU GET hotels, train tickets, private airport transfers, “I Amsterdam” Pass, Amsterdam dinner cruise, and Paris city tours
  • You’re free to get your own air tickets ~ we do not sell airfare

 Itinerary

eiffeltall200x167bevDay  1 – Fly from USA or Canada
Day  2 – Arrive Amsterdam
Day  3 – Amsterdam
Day  4 – Amsterdam
Day  5 – Train to Bruges
Day  6 – Bruges
Day  7 – Bruges
Day  8 – Train to Paris
Day  9 – Paris
Day 10 – Paris
Day 11 – Paris
Day 12 – Fly to USA or Canada


What’s Included

  • Brugesreflections280x2103 nights Amsterdam, 3 nights Bruges, 4 nights Paris
  • First-class hotels
  • Breakfast daily
  • Private airport transfers
  • First-class train tickets with seat reservations
  • “I Amsterdam” pass for 72 hours
  • Amsterdam dinner cruise
  • Private Paris walking tour in the heart of the city
  • Private Louvre tour
  • Eiffel Tower tickets with reserved entrance time
  • 2-day Paris Museum Pass

$3,695 per person, double occupancy
April 1 – October 31* — 2015 and 2016
LAND ONLY (airfare NOT included)
Fly into Amsterdam and out of Paris

* Prices are for travel which begins and ends within dates shown.


Candid Comments and Practicalities

Amsterdam & Paris & Bruges!

We much prefer doing this itinerary starting in Amsterdam and finishing in Paris. We like earthy Amsterdam, but we want you to finish in the elegance of Paris. Also, it’s easier to fly into Schiphol Airport at Amsterdam than to fly out, because of how they organize security there. But if you wish, we can do it in reverse.

We can certainly use Brussels in place of Bruges, if you prefer. We like Brussels but don’t consider it as compelling a destination as Bruges. Bruges adds a relatively relaxing, more scenic element into this itinerary, while Brussels is earthier, much busier, and has little of the charm of Bruges.Brugestowercana150x339

 

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