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Explore Amsterdam, Bruges and Paris in this 7 days tour. It includes visits to the Grand Place of Brussels, city tour of Paris, canal cruise in Amsterdam and walking tours of Bruges medieval ...

Explore Amsterdam, Bruges and Paris in this 7 days tour. It includes visits to the Grand Place of Brussels, city tour of Paris, canal cruise in Amsterdam and walking tours of Bruges medieval districts.
Explore Amsterdam, Bruges and Paris in this 7 days tour. It includes visits to the Grand Place of Brussels, city tour of Paris, canal cruise in Amsterdam and walking tours of Bruges medieval districts.
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  • 1. Amsterdam, Bruges and Paris Explore Amsterdam, Bruges and Paris in this 7 days tour. It includes visits to the Grand Place of Brussels, city tour of Paris, canal cruise in Amsterdam and walking tours of Bruges medieval districts. Source: Mygola.com
  • 2. Day 3 Dam Square Amsterdam Pigeon-filled Dam Square has long been a gathering place for local Amsterdam residents and visitors alike. Surrounded by wonderful buildings and other attractions, Dam Square provides several must-sees on your trip to Amsterdam. In addition to several restaurants, cafés, and sho ...
  • 3. Day 3 Royal Palace of Amsterdam Amsterdam The Royal Palace in Amsterdam is one of three palaces in the Netherlands which are at the disposal of Queen Beatrix by Act of Parliament. The palace was built as a city hall during the Dutch Golden Age in the 17th century. The building became the royal palace of King Louis Napole ...
  • 4. Day 3 Zuiderzee The Zuiderzee was a shallow bay of the North Sea in the northwest of the Netherlands, extending about 100 km (60 miles) inland and at most 50 km (30 miles) wide, with an overall depth of about 4 to 5 metres (13–16 feet) and a coastline of about 300 km (200 miles). It covered 5 ...
  • 5. Day 4 Atomium Brussels An icon of the 1958 World Fair, Atomium is Brussels' unique piece of architecture. Representing an iron molecule, this structure became a symbol of post-war development and did not get demolished. You get a great view of Brussels from the top deck. You can click here for informa ...
  • 6. Day 4 Grand Place Brussels This jewel box of a square is arguably Europe's most ornate and most theatrical. It's a vital part of the city—everyone passes through at some point. At night the burnished facades of the guild houses and their gilded statuary look especially dramatic: from April to September, ...
  • 7. Day 5 Lake of Love Bruges The Minnewater and its lovely park is one of the first things you see in the city of Bruges, when arriving by train or coach. The lake and surrounding park offer an excellent retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city`s sights and streets. The many resident swan couples form ...
  • 8. Day 5 BA(c)guinage Bruges Just behind the Minnewater lies the Beguinage 'De Wijngaard'. It is one of those typical areas in Bruges where one can find more peace and quiet than in the sometimes busy and overcrowded streets of the town center. The Beguinage is a group of houses around a little garden covere ...
  • 9. Day 5 Market Square Bruges The Markt of Bruges is located in the heart of the city and covers an area of about 1 hectare. Some historical highlights around the square include the 12th-century belfry and the Provincial Court (originally the Waterhall, which in 1787 was demolished and replaced by a classicis ...
  • 10. Day 5 Basilica of the Holy Blood Bruges The Basilica of the Holy Blood manages to include both the austere and the ornate under one roof—not to mention one of Europe's most precious relics. The 12th-century Lower Chapel retains a stern, Romanesque character. Look for the poignant, 14th-century Pietà and the carved ...
  • 11. Day 6 Champs-Elysees Paris Marcel Proust lovingly described the genteel elegance of this storied avenue, the Champs-Élysées. during its Belle Époque heyday, when its cobblestones resounded with the clatter of horses and carriages. Today, despite unrelenting traffic and the intrusion of chain stores and ...
  • 12. Day 6 Arc de Triomphe Paris At the western end of the Champs-Élysées, the Arc de Triomphe suggests an ancient Roman arch, only it's larger. Actually, it's the biggest triumphal arch in the world, about 49m high and 44m wide. To reach it, don't try to cross the square, Paris's busiest traffic hub. With a d ...
  • 13. Day 6 Eiffel Tower Paris Once the tallest structure in the world, the Eiffel Tower is probably Europe's best known landmark and Paris's most famous symbol. You couldn't possibly visit Paris without seeing the Eiffel Tower. Even if you do not want to visit this world famous structure, you will see its top ...
  • 14. Day 6 Notre Dame cathedral Paris Cathédrale de Notre Dame de Paris is the true heart of Paris; in fact, distances from Paris to all parts of metropolitan France are measured from place du Parvis Notre Dame, the square in front of Notre Dame. A bronze star, set in the pavement across from the main entrance, mar ...
  • 15. Day 6 Napoléon's Tomb Paris Napoleon's Tomb is located in the central crypt of the Eglise du Dome Church at the Hotel des Invalides, which is situated on the Esplanade des Invalides, within the 7th Arrondissement, in the city of Paris. The remains of the emperor, inside the sarcophagus, are protected by six ...
  • 16. Day 6 Latin Quarter Paris This famous Left Bank neighborhood, so named because the numerous university students in the area spoke only Latin to their professors until the French Revolution, preserves an authentic Parisian atmosphere of old.
  • 17. Day 6 Opera Paris Despite some initial resistance to this 3400-seat venue, the main opera house in the capital, is now performing superbly. While less alluring than Palais Garnier, seats in the main hall have an unrestricted view of the stage. Ticket sales begin at a precise date prior to each per ...
  • 18. Thank You! Check out this itinerary here. http://www.mygola.com/amsterdam-bruges-and-paris/i6902 Mygola.com Largest collection of real travelers' itineraries. Create custom trip in 15 minutes.