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INCLUDED: Accompanying Spanish-speaking guide, round-trip airport transfers, travel insurance, local Spanish-speaking guides in visits as indicated in the itinerary, daily breakfasts, accommodation in selected hotels.
NOT INCLUDED: Other meals and drinks, tips, optional tours, other unspecified services.
RECOMENDACIONES We suggest that you wear comfortable clothing and shoes according to the weather, as well as bring extra money.
This tour has a runtime of 17 days and 17 nights, departing on Thursdays.
Day 1: Paris
Arrival in Paris and transfer to the hotel. Free time to explore the elegant French capital. In the late afternoon, meet with the guide at the hotel reception. At night, an optional Illuminated Tour of Paris, to discover why it is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Accommodation.
Day 2: Paris
Breakfast. Panoramic visit to the most important buildings and monuments, such as the Place de la Concorde and the Opera, the Champs Elysees, the Arc de Triomphe, the Latin and Saint Germain quarters, among others. In the afternoon, visit (optional) to the Louvre Museum, one of the largest in the world. At night, optional visit to the Lido cabaret. Accommodation.
Day 3: Paris
Breakfast. Day off. If you wish (optional) you can take an excursion with the guide to visit the famous Palace of Versailles and its gardens. In the afternoon, you can optionally take a boat trip on the Seine River to see the city from another perspective. Accommodation.
Day 4: Paris
Breakfast. Free day to visit some of the many museums and parks, as well as explore its fashion streets and the different neighborhoods of the city, such as the traditional Marais and the revolutionary financial district, where the Arche de la Defense stands out, built to commemorate the bicentennial of the French revolution. Accommodation.
Day 5: Paris - London
Breakfast. Departure to Calais to travel across the English Channel on a pleasant cruise. Arrival in London and free afternoon to explore places like Oxford Street, Knightsbridge Road, Hyde Park and many others. We suggest, optionally, to take a night tour with a tasting in a London pub. Accommodation.
Day 6: London
Breakfast. Panoramic visit to the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben, as well as Westminster Abbey, Trafalgar Square, Buckingham Palace, the Royal Albert Hall, among others. Free afternoon. We suggest, optionally, that you visit the surroundings of London, to discover the majestic Windsor Castle, the world’s largest and oldest castle that is still inhabited, inside we will visit the Tudor-style Chapel of Saint George, built in the early sixteenth century, as well as the state apartments which feature works by great artists. Return to London to continue exploring the city. Accommodation.
Day 7: London
Breakfast. Free day to explore the city. Optional visit to the British Museum, with the local guide who will show you the most important things, such as Rosetta. Stone. We will continue to the Tower of London, the oldest monument in the city and where the crown jewels are located. In the afternoon, you can opt for an excursion to one of the most representative neighborhoods in London, where the famous Convent Garden and Soho are located. Accommodation.
Day 8: London - Bruges - Brussels
Breakfast. Departure to Folkestone at Suttle, crossing the English Channel to arrive in Belgium, where we will take a tour of the Flanders region. First, we will visit Bruges, with free time to explore its houses, canals, the Lake of Love, Beguinage, the Grote Market Square, where the Atalaia Monument is located, a symbol of the freedom and autonomy of Bruges, the Basilica of the Holy Blood, which keeps the relic of the blood of Jesus. We continue to Brussels. Finally, the journey from the UK to the mainland can be done by ferry from Dover to Calais. Accommodation.
Day 9: Brussels - Rotterdam - The Hague - Amsterdam
Breakfast. Panoramic visit to the Grand-Place with the King’s House, as well as the Guild and the Town Hall, the Cathedral of St. Michaeol, Manneken Pis, the Sablon district, the Palace of Justice, the Atomiun and more. Depart for Rotterdam, the industrial heart of the Netherlands and one of the largest ports in the world. We continue to The Hague, seat of the Government of the Netherlands. In both cities, you will have free time or the possibility of a guided panoramic tour (optional), including the entrance to Madurodam Park. Arrival in Amsterdam and optionally, an unforgettable boat ride on the Princes Canal to see the Westerkerk Church and the Anne Frank House, the Herengracht Canal, the Amstel River and the Stopera. Accommodation.
Day 10: Amsterdam
Breakfast and accommodation. Panoramic tour of the most important buildings and monuments, such as Dam Square, the Royal Palace, the National Monument, the Flea Market, the Rembrandt House, the Floating Flower Market, the canals, the Museum Square, the Jewish Quarter, and others. At the end of the tour, we will visit a diamond cutting center. Free afternoon during which we can make an optional excursion to Marken and Volendam, small fishing villages that still retain their traditional style with wooden houses and some inhabitants that still wear the typical costume of the country. Accommodation.
Day 11: Amsterdam - Cologne - Rhine River Cruise - Frankfurt
After breakfast at the hotel, departure to Cologne, where we will stop to discover this beautiful city that was developed around the Rhine River, where we highlight the cathedral, considered a masterpiece of world Gothic architecture. We continue to Boppard, where we will embark on a wonderful cruise on the Rhine river to Sankt Goar, and then continue to Frankfurt, the financial capital of Germany and Goethe's birthplace. Free time to visit Romerberg, the old historic center with its 15th century houses. Accommodation.
Day 12: Frankfurt - Erfurt - Berlin
Breakfast. Departure to Erfurt, located at the intersection of the old trade routes and the capital of Thuringia, which has a great artistic heritage. Free time to visit the historic center, practically intact, where the Cathedral of Saint Mary and the Church of Saint Severus stand out, in German Gothic style, as well as visiting Kammerbrucke, the longest bridge in Europe. Continuing in Berlin. Free time to explore the capital of Germany. We suggest making (optional) a visit to Berlin at night, to see the Jewish Quarter, the Government Quarter with the Reichstag, the Brandenburg Gate, Postdamer Platz, etc. Accommodation.
Day 13: Berlin
Breakfast. Panoramic visit to the most characteristic sites of the city, such as the Brandenburg Gate, one of the most important symbols of the city, as well as the Museum Island, Alexander Platz, the St. Nicholas neighborhood, the Gendarmenplatz, the ruins of the wall, Unter den Linden boulevard, etc. Rest of the day at leisure, in which we suggest an excursion (optional) to Potsdam, to visit the Dutch Quarter, gardens and palaces built from the 18th century and declared a World Heritage Site, you will also have the opportunity to visit the interior of one of the palaces. Accommodation.
Day 14: Berlin - Prague
Breakfast. Departure to Dresden, called "Florence on the Elbe". Free time to admire its artistic heritage restored after World War II. We continue to Prague. Free time to explore the city. Accommodation, lunch and breakfast.
Day 15: Prague
Breakfast. Panoramic visit to the Jewish Quarter, the Old Town Square with the Town Hall, the Churches of St. Nicholas and St. Mary of Tyn, the Charles Bridge, the Wenceslas Square, etc. Free afternoon, in which we suggest a visit (optional) to Holy Prague and to see the Prague Castle, St. Vitus Cathedral and the Old Royal Palace, as well as the Golden Alley, etc. Accommodation.
Day 16: Prague (Karlov Vary Optional)
Breakfast and free day to continue exploring the city. We suggest a visit (optional) to Karlovy Vary, a spa town that has become famous for its hot springs. Accommodation.
Day 17: Prague
Breakfast. Free time until transfer to the airport. End of services.
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