Join this 3 day Western Europe tour from Frankfurt to Paris, visiting Bonn, Cologne, Amsterdam, Brussels, and more. See authentic Dutch windmills.
• Cologne Cathedral
• Dam Square
• Zaanse Schans
• Manneken Pis
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The morning starts with a leisurely drive from Frankfurt to Bonn, the former West Germany's capital, until reunification. Berlin now runs the domestic government, but Bonn maintains a wealthy history worth exploring. Discover the secrets of the city wandering through its streets on an orientation, wandering past highlights like the Rococo-front 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 go to the magnificent Gothic Cathedral of the city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The remainder of the evening is yours to further explore Cologne, do a local shopping place or just relax with a refreshing German brew.
The day is completed with a drive to the Netherlands after dinner.
A day of delights begins with a leisurely trip through the Dutch countryside, where you can sample some of the things traditionally famous in the Netherlands: clogs, cheese and windmills. Call in Zaanse Schans ' extremely famous model city. Next, you're going to the cosmopolitan town from the quiet landscape as your trip brings you back to Amsterdam.
You can take an optional hour-long pre-dinner canal tour after visiting a well-known diamond plant, where you will see the distinctive cutting methods that have been practiced here since the 16th century, which is a wonderful way to find out more about this distinctive European town.
After disembarking, you will walk to Dam Square, one of the city's biggest areas, where the Royal Palace is located, and where the Queen's birthday celebrations are held. Here you will have photo opportunities, free time for shopping or sightseeing, and with lunch you will round off the day. (B) From mid-Marchto mid-May, the trip will also take place at Keukenhof Garden, a 32-hectare seasonal display of beautifully colored and scented spring flowers, most notably millions of tulips.
After breakfast we will go to Brussels, the European Union's Belgian capital and political center. The Atomium monument, a cell-shaped structure of stainless steel spheres and pipes constructed for the World Fair in 1958, will be our first stop. Then it's on to Grand Place and Town Hall, Gothic Civil Architecture's crowning accomplishment. After a look at the renowned tinkling cherub, Manneken Pis, we will head to the French border and create Paris a beeline.