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7D6N Central Europe

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  • Seat in Coach

    Guaranteed Weekly Departure & Operating All Year Round

  • Start in: Frankfurt (every Mon)

    Alternative Start Points : Cologne / Amsterdam / Brussels / Paris / Luxembourg

     

  • End in: Frankfurt (every Sun)

    Alternative End Points : Bonn / Cologne / Amsterdam / Brussels / Paris / Reims / Luxembourg / Trier

  • Places: 5 Countries

    Germany - Netherlands - Belgium - France - Luxembourg

  • Duration: 1 to 7 Days

    Introduce a unique concept that let's you decide how many days you wish to travel.

     

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    Chinese / English guide available

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Highlights

  • Guaranteed Departure All Year Round
  • No Minimum Numbers of Pax Required
  • Chinese or English Speaking Guide Available
  • Multiple Joining points
  • Flexible & combinable tour up to 49 days

The morning begins with a leisurely drive north-west from Frankfurt to Bonn, the capital of the former West Germany until reunification. The national government is now run from Berlin, but Bonn retains a rich history that is well worth exploring. Discover the city’s secrets on an orientation stroll through its streets, walking past highlights such as the Rococo-fronted town hall and Ludwig Van Beethoven Haus, a museum celebrating the life of the much-loved composer. Then it’s on to Cologne, where you’ll head inside the city’s glorious Gothic Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The rest of the afternoon is yours to explore Cologne further, to do a spot of local shopping or to simply relax with a suitably refreshing German brew. After lunch the day is rounded off with a drive into the Netherlands. (B)

A day of delights begins with a leisurely trip through the Dutch countryside, where you’ll get to sample at close quarters some of the things that the Netherlands is traditionally famous for: clogs, cheese and windmills. Call in at the hugely popular model town of ZaanseSchans. Next, you’ll head from the quiet countryside to the cosmopolitan city as your journey takes you back to Amsterdam.

After visiting a well-known diamond factory, where you’ll see the unique cutting techniques that have been practised here since the 16th century, you can take an optional hour-long pre-dinner canal cruise, which is a great way to discover more about this unique European city. After disembarking you’ll walk to one of the city’s grandest areas, Dam Square, where the Royal Palace is located and the Queen’s birthday celebrations take place. You’ll have photo opportunities here, free time for shopping or further sightseeing, and then round the day off with dinner. (B)

 

After leaving Amsterdam in the morning you’ll head south across the border into Brussels, the Belgian capital and political centre of the European Union. On the way, the tour stops to see the distinctive Atomium monument, a cell-shaped structure of stainless steel spheres and tubes built for the 1958 World’s Fair. In the centre of Brussels itself an orientation tour will call in at the exquisite Grand Place, as well as seeing the famous impish MannekenPis Statue.After some free time, during which you can try some mouth-watering Belgian delights. Then from Brussels it’s south again across the French border and on to the bright lights of Paris. (B)

Your Parisian adventures get off to a spectacular start with a drive along the famous ChampsÉlysées to the Place de la Concorde, which played such a key part in the French Revolution. You’ll also get to see the iconic Arc de Triomphe here too, the imposing monument that sits near the western end of the avenue and commemorates the fallen of the revolution and Napoleonic wars. You’ll take in another significant historical building next as you head to L’Hôtel National des Invalides, where Napoleon’s tomb is located, followed by a stop at the most legendary of all Paris’s icons: the Eiffel Tower. You can either take time to explore the neighbourhood and have some lunch or scale the Eiffel Tower. Finally, you’ll travel on the coach out through the Parisian suburbs to the splendid Palace of Versailles, the vast regal château that was the residence of the royal family until the start of the revolution in 1789. Today the palace is another popular Parisian attraction. In the evening, you can enjoy one of our optional Paris evening shows. (B)

The second day of your Parisian experience begins with a visit to the Louvre, one of the world’s greatest art museums. Here you’ll set your eyes upon some of history’s most famous masterpieces, including the Venus de Milo, Winged Victory of Samothrace (also called Nike of Samothrace), and Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa. Opt for a guided gallery tour, which will enhance your experience and allow you to browse through hundreds of works in just a few hours. You can then take a leisurely cruise along the river Seine, a great sightseeing option that offers splendidc views of iconic Parisian landmarks, including
Notre-Dame Cathedral and Pont Alexandre III. After an exhilarating morning of walking the gallery corridors, replenish your energy levels with lunch in the museum before heading to the area surrounding the PalaisGarnier, Paris’s opera house. Afterwards, you have an option of having a French 4 course Dinner and Show experience or spend time shopping at the legendary department stores Galeries Lafayette. For some members of the group it will be time to say goodbye to new-found friends, while others will opt to stay another night in this French city of delights before picking up the Green Line tour the next day. (B)

The Red Line tour leaves from Paris for a delightful scenic journey through the rolling countryside of the Champagne region, famous the world over for the sparkling white wine produced here. Enjoy seeing the historic attractions of provincial capital Reims, including the city’s cathedral – a key national heritage site, where coronations of French kings took place from the 11th century onwards. History and tradition are equally evident in your next location: Luxembourg, the world’s only remaining Grand Duchy. After arriving in refined Luxembourg City, you’ll be introduced on foot to the main places of interest, including the Place de Constitution and Pont Adolphe, before having time for further exploration on your own. (B)

 

 

Today we leave Luxembourg behind and head across another European border into Germany. The first stop is historic Trier, Germany’s oldest city and the birthplace of Karl Marx. You’ll have the chance to see from the outside the house where the influential philosopher was born, which now functions as the Karl Marx Haus museum. Your walking tour then takes you into the centre of Trier; here you can look around the city’s impressive cathedral, where the celebrated Holy Robe – said to be the tunic of Christ – is preserved and occasionally displayed. Trier is also known as ‘The Second Rome’ (Constantine served as an administrator here for 10 years), and significant legacies of the once-great empire remain today. The highlight is undoubtedly Porta Nigra, the best-preserved Roman city gate north of the Alps, which you’ll get to see and photograph. After an exciting morning in Trier, you’ll drive on to Koblenz, famous as the location of the confluence of
the Rhine and Mosel rivers. Here you have the option of indulging in a relaxing lunch alongside the water, then afterwards you can also choose to add on a scenic Rhine boat cruise for some memorable city vistas. Back on dry land you’ll drive through the wine-making town of Rüdesheim. Then it’s on to Frankfurt am Main, where you’ll discover the delights of Römerberg, a charming plaza with a distinctive medieval town hall as its centrepiece. (B)

Tour Info

Meeting Points

Region Meeting Point Time
GERMANY

Frankfurt (Interchange point for Blue & Red Line)

Central Station (HBF) Main Entrance
Every Mon 08:30
GERMANY

Cologne

Central Station (HBF) Main Entrance
Every Mon 14:30
AMSTERDAM

Schiphol International Airport

Arrival Hall (Burger King Restaurant)
Every Tue 08:30 || Every Wed 08:30
FRANCE

Paris

144 Avenue des Champs Elysees (La Brioche Dorée Restaurant)
Every Thu 10:00
FRANCE

Paris

Louvre Museum (Main Entrance Pyramids by the statue of Louis XIV)
Every Fri 10:30
FRANCE

Paris (Interchange point for Red & Green Line)

Place d’Italie (McDonalds Restaurant)
Every Sat 08:45
LUXEMBOURG

Luxembourg

Central Station Main Entrance (Gare de Luxembourg)
Every Sun 08:30
BELGIUM

Brussels

Central Station Main Entrance (Gare Bruxelles-Central)
Every Wed 13:45

Drop Off Points

Region Drop Off Points Time
GERMANY

Bonn

Bonn University
Every Mon 12:00
GERMANY

Cologne

Cologne Cathedral
Every Mon 14:30
NETHERLANDS

Amsterdam

Schiphol Airport Hotel
Every Mon 19:00
NETHERLANDS

Amsterdam

Central Train Station
Every Tue 18:00
BELGIUM

Brussels

Central Station
Every Wed 13:45
FRANCE

Paris

Place d’Italie
Every Wed 19:30
FRANCE

Paris

Le Palais des Congres
Every Thu 18:30
FRANCE

Paris

Opera House
Every Fri 19:00
FRANCE

Reims

Cathedral of Notre Dame
Every Sat 13:30
LUXEMBOURG

Luxembourg

Place De La consitution
Every Sat 19:00
GERMANY

Trier

Porta Nigra
Every Sun 10:00
GERMANY

Koblenz

Deutsches Eck
Every Sun 13:15
GERMANY

Frankfurt

Frankfurt am Main Central Station
Every Sun 19:15

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