3-Day Western Europe Tour: Paris to Amsterdam - 3 Days

3-Day Western Europe Tour: Paris to Amsterdam

3-Day Western Europe Tour: Paris to Amsterdam

Explore the European countries of France, Luxembourg, Germany and the Netherlands in three glorious days! The best Europe tour packages.

3-Day Western Europe Tour: Paris to Amsterdam

• Reims
• Luxembourg
• Trier
• Koblenz
• Frankfurt
• Alte Oper
• Bonn
• Cologne
• Amsterdam

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Top attractions in Paris

Here are some top attractions in Paris you could visit and enjoy. There are, of course, dozens of attractions and landmarks in Paris worth visiting and learning about the history of this amazing city.

Visit France: Arc de Triomphe

Arc de Triomphe

The Arc de Triomphe is one of the most famous monuments in Paris, France, located in the Place Charles de Gaulle, on the western end of the Champs-Élysées,

Louvre Museum, Paris

Louvre Museum

The Louvre, or the Louvre Museum, is the biggest art museum in the world, located in Paris, France, and is also a historic monument. A city’s main landmark, it is...

Eiffel Tower at night

Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower is a walled iron tower 324 meters high (with antennas) situated in Paris, at the northeastern end of the Champ-de-Mars Park, on the banks...

Palace of Versailles

Palace of Versailles

From 1682, under Louis XIV, until the beginning of the French Revolution in 1789, under Louis XVI, the Palace of Versailles was France’s principal royal residence. It is located in...

Notre Dame Cathedral

Notre Dame Cathedral

Notre-Dame de Paris (‘Our Lady of Paris’) or Notre Dame Cathedral, is a medieval Catholic cathedral, located on the Île de la Cité, in the 4th arrondissement of Paris.



Wide, centrally located avenue in Paris, almost 2 kilometers long, Champs-Élysées​ is stretched between Arc de Triomphe and Place de la Concorde.

Paris and France travel guides

Here are handy travel guides about Paris and France so you can learn a thing or two about these destinations. For a comprehensive list of our travel guides, please visit our travel guides page.

Paris, Tower

Paris: culture, history, fashion and food

Paris, ‘city of lights', truly deserves this romantic nickname. It is globally known not only as France's capital, but as a European and world center for art, culture, fashion and...

Visit France: Arc de Triomphe

Visit France: 14 things you need to know

France, a country in Western Europe, has everything that traveler needs for an exciting journey: medieval cities and castles, villages in the Alps, and, of course, the Mediterranean Riviera, for...

Top hotels in Paris

Paris has dozens of hotels of various star ratings, together with other lodging solutions, such as guest houses, hostels, and Airbnb. Bellow are some top hotel recommendations from our website. For a general hotel search, check the form at the bottom of this page or our hotel booking page.

Hotel Regina Louvre

Hotel Regina Louvre

Luxurious Hotel Regina Louvre is situated in the heart of Paris, in the fashion, shopping and museum district, overlooking the Louvre. It opened for the...

Hotel Napoleon Paris

Hotel Napoleon Paris

The hotel Napoleon Paris is just a short walk away from the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Elysees. It is 6.8 km or 15 minutes...

Relais Christine

Relais Christine

Set in a 17th-century mansion in the core of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Relais Christine is a boutique hotel just 700 meters from the Cathedral of Notre-Dame. It...

Madeleine Plaza

Madeleine Plaza

Located in a Haussmannian building opposite the Madeleine Church in Paris, Hotel Madeleine Plaza is among the 8th district's luxury boutique hotels. It has a...

Hotel Dupond-Smith

Hotel Dupond-Smith

Hôtel Dupond-Smith is situated in central Paris, in the Marais district. It provides separately decorated rooms with characteristics of design. There is free Wi-Fi throughout...

Hôtel D'Aubusson

Hôtel D’Aubusson

Hôtel D'Aubusson is a private mansion dating back to the 17th century is located in the Latin Quarter, 350 meters from Odéon Metro Station. A...

Cheap flights and hotels discounts for Paris

The peak season for flights to Paris is March, October and December. The low season for purchasing tickets is May, June and July.

Paris is served by these airports: Beauvais-Tille Airport, Charles de Gaulle Airport, Chalons Vatry Airport and Paris Orly Airport. Direct flights to Paris are offered by 118 airlines.

Most flights are with Air France. Direct flights from Paris, United States are airlines: American Airlines, United Airlines, Lufthansa, Air Canada, Aeromexico and Norwegian Air Shuttlefrom New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Chicago, Miami and Dallas.

Paris and France attractions and landmarks

Here are some of the most popular attractions and landmarks in Paris and in France.

Last Updated on April 19, 2020 by Admin @ gotravelyourself.com

Day 1
Paris - Reims - Luxembourg

Our tour leaves Paris for a pleasant picturesque trip through the Champagne region’s rolling landscape, renowned all over the globe for the sparkling white wine generated here. Enjoy seeing the historic attractions of the provincial capital Reims, including the city’s cathedral–a main domestic heritage site, where from the 11th century onwards coronations of French kings took place.

In your next place, history and tradition are equally obvious: Luxembourg, the only surviving Grand Duchy in the world. After arriving in sophisticated Luxembourg City, the primary places of concern, including the Place de Constitution and Pont Adolphe, will be brought to you on foot before you have time for further exploration on your own.

Day 2
Luxembourg - Trier - Koblenz - Frankfurt

We are leaving Luxembourg today and heading to Germany across another European frontier. The first stop is historic Trier, the oldest city in Germany and Karl Marx’s birthplace. From the outside you will have the opportunity to see the house where the influential philosopher was born, now functioning as the Karl Marx Haus museum.

Here you can look around the impressive cathedral of the city, where the famous Holy Robe –said to be Christ’s coat –is maintained and sometimes displayed. Trier is also known as’ The Second Rome’ (Constantine served here as a ten-year administrator), and the once-great empire’s important legacies stay today. There is no doubt that the highlight is Porta Nigra, the best-preserved Roman city gate north of the Alps, which you can see and photograph.

You’ll drive on to Koblenz after an interesting morning in Trier, renowned as the Rhine and Mosel confluence place. Here you can enjoy a relaxing dinner by the water, and then you can also choose to add some memorable town views on a picturesque Rhine boat tour. You’ll drive back on dry soil through Rüdesheim’s wine-making town. Then it’s on to Frankfurt am Main, where you’ll find Römerberg’s delights, a charming plaza with a characteristic medieval town hall as its centerpiece.

Day 3
Frankfurt - Bonn - Cologne - Amsterdam

We’re going to create our way to Bonn, West Germany’s former capital. We’ll visit Beethoven House and Bonn University, then head to Cologne to see the iconic Cologne Cathedral, followed by a walk along the Schildergasse shopping street.