Join us on a 5-Day Frankfurt to Paris Tour Package: Cologne, Amsterdam, Brussels, visiting several countries including Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, and France.
• Visit the amazing Cologne Cathedral
• See the Royal Palace and the National Monument and more in Amsterdam
• Visit a wooden shoe workshop in Zaanse Schans
• Enjoy a tour through Brussels
• See the adorable Manneken Pis
• Enjoy two days in Paris
• See the art in The Louvre
• Spend an afternoon in the Palace of Versailles
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The morning starts with a northwest drive from Frankfurt to Bonn, capital of the former West Germany. The Berlin government is now run, but Bonn has a rich past worth exploring. Discover the secrets of the city on an orientation tour of its streets, passing highlights like the Rococo City Hall and the Ludwig Van Beethoven Haus, a museum which celebrates the life of the dear composer.
Then you go to Cologne to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the magnificent Gothic Cathedral. The rest of the afternoon will take you to Cologne more, go shopping or simply relax with a cool German beer.
The day finishes with a trip to the Netherlands after lunch.
A day of pleasure starts on a relaxing ride through the Netherlands countryside where you can experience something popular for the Netherlands: clogs, cheese and windmills in close proximity. Call in to Zaanse Schans, the extremely famous model city. First, you’ll move back to Amsterdam from the peaceful landscape to the cosmopolitan city.
You can take an optional hour-long pre-diner cruise after visiting the well-known diamond factory, where you can see the unique cutting techniques performed here since the 16th century. It can be a perfect way to learn more on it fascinating European region.
Upon disembarking, you can travel to one of the city’s finest places, Dam Square, where the Royal Palace is housed. There you will have photo opportunities, free time to shop or sightsee, and then dinner during the day. (b) The tour will also visit the Keukenhof Garden from mid-March until mid-May, a 32-hectare seasonal exhibit featuring beautifully colored and fragrant displays of spring flowers-especially millions of tulip.
After leaving Amsterdam in the morning, you can fly south along the border to Brussels, Belgian capital and European Union political centre.
Along the way to the world fair in 1958, the tour continues to see the distinctive shrine to Atomium, the cell-shaped structure of stainless steel spheres and pipes. The exquisite Grand Place and the famous playful Manneken Pis statue will be a guided tour in the center of the city of Brussels itself.
After some free time, you should try Belgian gourmet delights. Instead it heads south again from Brussels over the French border, to the bright lights of Paris.
Paris is your oyster over the next two days as you enjoy guided tours of one of the most popular cities in the world. Your Parisian adventures start spectacularly by driving along the famed Champs Élysées to the Place de la Concorde which played a major role in the French Revolution. The colossal memorial, which stands close to the west end of the avenue and commemorates the fall of the revolution and the Napoleonic Wars, is also to be seen.
You will take you to a historical building next to the Hôtel National des Invalides, where the tomb of Napoleon is, followed by a stop at the most famous landmark of Paris: the Eiffel Tower. You can either take time to visit the city and have lunch or climb the Eiffel Tower. Your choice. Your preference.
Finally on the coach you can ride to the glorious palace of Versailles, the large royal château which was the royal family’s residence until the beginning of the revolution in 1789. The palace today is another famous attraction in Paris.
You will enjoy one of our free Paris night shows in the evening. (Optional) (Optional)
Your second day in Paris starts with a visit to the Louvre, one of the largest art museums in the world. Here you can take a closer look at some of the most famous masterpieces of history such as Venus de Milo, Winged Victory of Samothrace and Mona Lisa of Leonardo da Vinci (also called Nike of Samothrace). Choose a guided tour of the gallery, which enhances your experience and allows you to browse hundreds of works in just a few hours. You will then take a fun ride down the River Seine, which provides a magnificent view of the famous Parisian landmarks, including the Cathedral of Notre Dame and the Alexander III Bridge.
Following a exciting morning on the corridors of the gallery, regenerate your energy with lunch in the museum, before moving towards the Palais Garnier district, the Opera House of Paris. You can then have a French 4-class dinner and show experience or have time to shopping at the legendary Galleries Lafayette department stores.
Some participants of the tour have to say goodbye to new friends and some will prefer to stay in this French town of delights another night before taking up the other tour on the line the next day.