* Europe – The charm and splendour of western Europe incoming


12 days / 2 340 km
Period : March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October
Reference : 14B025

Prix : 830€

Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, Alsace, Luxembourg and Champagne in goup trip.A wealth of beautiful and varied landscapes, cultural treasures, refined cuisine and spectacular wines, festive tradition and vibrant culture – from Belgium to Germany via Holland, Alsace and Luxembourg, prepare to fall in love with this patchwork of diversity nestled in the heart of Europe ! With your incoming agency!

Trip

D1 Paris

Arrive in Paris. Sight-seeing tour : the Champs Elysées, the Arc de Triomphe, the Eiffel Tower, the Concorde, Opéra, the Latin Quarter… Dinner. Board in Paris

D2 From Paris to Brussels (300 km)

Depart for Brussels. Free time for lunch. Guided tour of the Belgian capital, from the Grand’Place square to the famed Manneken Pis… Optional entry into the Atomium, offering stunning views across the city. Dinner. Board in the Brussels area.

D3 Escape to Flanders : Bruges and Anvers (190 km)

Set off for Bruges. Guided tour of the town’s historic centre. Visit the Béguinage or the famous Belfry. Boat cruise along the canals. Free time for lunch. Continue on to Anvers. Guided tour of the ‘City of Lords’, home of Rubens and a town that is emblematic of Flemish charm. Dinner. Board in the Anvers area.

D4 Holland: Rotterdam and Delft (180 km)

Depart for Rotterdam. Free time to explore the city. Tour of the port by boat. Free time for lunch. Continue on to Delft. Tour and commentary of an earthenware workshop, where you’ll be able to take part in a demonstration that reveals the secrets of this ancient art form. Dinner. Board in the Amsterdam area.

D5 Holland in Bloom : Aalsmeer Market in Keukenhof (150 km)
Depart in the morning for Aalsmeer. Free time in which to explore the biggest flower trading market in the world. From April 5th to May 20th : Trip to Keukenhof’s flower park. Admire hundreds of varieties of bulb flowers in this 28ha garden. From May to October : Visit the Madurodam miniature park, a snapshot of the Netherlands, its cities and unforgettable monuments. Free time for lunch. Continue on to Scheveningen, a popular seaside resort in the Netherlands. Dinner. Board.
D6 Amsterdam and Northern Holland (60 km)

Guided tour of Amsterdam, a city of a hundreds islets linked by over 1,000 bridges. Trip to a diamond factory. Continue on to Volendam. Free time for lunch. Visit a cheese dairy and clog workshop. Return via the Marken peninsula. Free time in this little fishing village. Dinner. Board.

D7 On the Road to Germany : Appeltern Park (280 km)

Depart for Appeltern and a tour of the park where 180 gardens stretch across 13 hectares. Landscape artists, furniture, fountain and garden accessory designers collaborated to create gardens that are each designed with a specific theme in mind – an exceptional example of innovation and creativity for you to enjoy. Free time for lunch. Continue on to Germany. Dinner. Board in the Cologne area.

D8 Cruise Along the Rhine (250 km)

Depart for Koblenz. All aboard for an unforgettable cruise down the Rhine. Let your imagination run free as you listen to the romantic tales of the castles and times gone by, whilst taking in the storybook surroundings. Pass by the ‘Lorelei’ rock. Free time for lunch on board. Arrive in Rudesheim. Continue on to Heidelberg. Dinner. Board in the Heidelberg area.

D9 Heidelberg and its Fairytale Castle (130 km)

Guided tour of Heidelberg, famous for its castle and red sandstone ramparts. Free time for lunch. Continue on to Strasbourg. Relax on a boat cruise with commentary down the Ill, the river encircling the city. Dinner. Board in Strasbourg.

D10 Colmar and the Wine Route (150 km)

Guided tour of Colmar and the Tanneurs quarter, the cathedral, the Pfister House, the Little Venice area. An optional tour with audio-guide of the Unterlinden Museum, home to the Issenheim Altarpiece. Free time for lunch. Set off for Riquewihr, known as the ‘pearl of the vineyard’. Tour of a wine cellar followed by a chance to sample the Alsace produce. Continue along the Wine Route, taking in the views of colourful little villages and their smart houses : Ribeauvillé, Bergheim… Dinner and board.

D11 Luxembourg, a European Microcosm (250 km)

Depart for Luxemburg. Free time for lunch. Guided tour of the capital, whose old town is built at the top of a craggy sandstone boulder, and is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Trip to the Bock casemates. Dinner. Board in Luxembourg.

D12 From Reims to Paris (400 km)
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Service details

Half board in 3* hotels
Guided tours: Brussels (3h), Bruges (2h), Anvers (2h), Amsterdam (3h), Heidelberg (2h), Colmar (1h30),
Luxembourg (2h)
Admission fees: earthenware workshop, Aalsmeer, Keukenhof or Madurodam, diamond factory, cheese dairy, clog workshop, Appeltern gardens, Heidelberg Castle, Bock casemates
Boat cruise : Bruges (30 mn), Spido boat to Rotterdam (75 mn), River Ill in Strasbourg
Cruise on the Rhine : Koblenz-Rudesheim (6h15)
Tour and tasting session in an Alsace wine cellar

Possible supplements

Single room (11 nights) : 275 €
Atomium : 11 € + guide 90 € /group, max. 25 people
Unterlinden Museum : 00 €

Coach transport (see pricing table)



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