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Europe's Northwest couldn't be more diverse and yet intriguingly intertwined as is experienced on this unique trip setting the scene for the holidays.

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ITINERARY SUMMARY
 
Day 1
Evening departure from selected pickup locations


PM post work hours departure from selected pickup locations.
Day 2
Amsterdam - Cruise to Newcastle, England


Day 3
Newcastle - Edinburgh


Day 4
The Highlands


Day 5
The Hadrian wall - Newcastle


Day 6
Amsterdam - Brussels - Return


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Amsterdam
Although the seat of Netherlands government is in The Hague, Amsterdam is the nominal capital. It is also the country's largest city, with a population of more than 750,000, with impressive architecture, canals that criss cross the city, great shopping, and friendly people There is something for every traveler's taste here, whether you prefer culture and history, serious partying, or just the relaxing charm of an old European city.
Anne Frank House
The former hiding place, where Anne Frank wrote her diary, is now a well-known museum. The museum tells the history of the eight people in hiding and those who helped them during the war. Anne Frank's diary is among the original objects on display.
Canal Ride in A'dam
The number of canals have led Amsterdam to become known as “The Venice of the North”. A canal tour can be both fascinating and relaxing by day and enchanting and romantic at night when many of the houses and bridges are illuminated. Providing a unique view of the city, this is one tourist attraction that is popular with both locals and tourists, old and young folks alike. € 12
Scotland
Scotland is about half the size of England, and covers 30,414 sq miles. Roughly two-thirds of the country is mountain and moorland. A small nation, its 5, 000,000 people live predominantly in the narrow central belt between its two major cities, Glasgow a
Edinburgh
Edinburgh is justly named Europe's festival capital. All year round, millions of visitors are drawn to the city for a series of remarkable social and scientific events. Medieval buildings share the pavements with striking modern structures, centuries ol
Edinburgh Castle
Edinburgh Castle dominates Scotland's capital city from its great rock. Its story has helped shape the nation's story. Battles and sieges were fought over it, royalty lived and died within its walls, and countless generations have been and inspired by it. The Scots and English struggled for control of the castle during the Wars of Independence. In 1314 it was recaptured from the English in a daring night raid led by Thomas Randolph, nephew of King Robert the Bruce. € 18
Excursions to the Highlands
A scenic day where rugged mountains and wooded slopes are reflected in the waters of lochs. We start our day in "Braveheart" country, past Bannockburn and Stirling with its crag-top castle. This is Scotland's heritage capital, where the Wars of Independen € 45
The Handrian's Wall
At the time of Julius Ceasar's first small invasion of the south coast of Britain in 55 BC, the British Isles, like much of mainland Europe was inhabited by many Celtic tribes loosely united by a similar language and culture but nevertheless each distinct. He returned the next year and encountered the 4000 war chariots of the Catevellauni in a land "protected by forests and marshes, and filled with a great number of men and cattle." He defeated the Catevellauni and then withdrew, though not before establishing treaties and alliances. Thus began the Roman occupation of Britain
Bastogne & Memorial
Sunday, December the 16th 1944. Everything is quiet and the people of the Ardennes have their mind set on the first Christmas since the liberation of Belgium. Suddenly hell breaks loose. Hundreds of German artillery weapons try to take with an unseen destructive power the American positions in the Belgian Ardennes. A total of 250.000 soldiers, accompanied by a 1.000 tanks try to march through the Ardennes. Their goal : first take Bastogne, head for the Meuse river and then push to the north of Belgium to take Antwerp and its strategic harbor
Brussels
Brussels, city in central Belgium, capital and largest city of the country. The orientation tour will introduce the Atomium, the Royal Palace, the Sacre Coeur of Brussels, L a Grand Place to mention a few. This stop gives you the opportunity wandering aro
Belgium
Belgium is a small, highly developed and densely populated country (10 million of inhabitants) at the cross-roads of Western Europe. Belgium is one of the founding members of the European Community, and its capital, Brussels, is also the capital of the European Union. It is a federal state, with 3 relatively autonomous regions: Flanders in the north, where the language is Dutch ("Flemish"), Wallonia in the south, where the language is French, and the centrally located Brussels, which is officially bilingual. Belgium's rich history has left impressive churches, town halls, castles and works of art, dating back to the early Middle Ages, spread around the cities and country-side.
Belgian Chocolate
When it comes to chocolates, there are the everyday candy bars we consume every day, the more exotic Godiva or Ghirardelli-style chocolates found in coffee houses and specialty stores, and then there is Belgian chocolate. Belgian chocolate is considered to be the gourmet standard by which all other chocolate confections are measured. Even the Swiss, known for their own high quality chocolate, imported the basic recipe from French and Belgian chocolatiers.
Grand Place
La Grand-Place in Brussels is a remarkably homogeneous body of public and private buildings, dating mainly from the late 17th century. The architecture provides a vivid illustration of the level of social and cultural life of the period in this important political and commercial centre.. Every two years in August, an enormous "flower carpet" is set up in the Grand Place for a few days. A million colourful begonias are set up in patterns, and the display covers a full 24 by 77 metres (79 by 253 ft), for area total of 1,800 square metres (19,000 sq ft).[3] The first flower carpet was made in 1971, and due to its popularity, the tradition continued
Bastogne & Memorial
Sunday, December the 16th 1944. Everything is quiet and the people of the Ardennes have their mind set on the first Christmas since the liberation of Belgium. Suddenly hell breaks loose. Hundreds of German artillery weapons try to take with an unseen destructive power the American positions in the Belgian Ardennes. A total of 250.000 soldiers, accompanied by a 1.000 tanks try to march through the Ardennes. Their goal : first take Bastogne, head for the Meuse river and then push to the north of Belgium to take Antwerp and its strategic harbor € 12

Note: Listed priced activities are offered as optional excursion package, listed highlights may be require entrance fees to access that can be paid for locally and may be subject to availability and holiday closures.

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Thu, Feb 11, 21
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Thu, Jun 24, 21
Sat, Jul 3, 21
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Thu, Jun 24, 21
Sat, Jul 3, 21
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Thu, Jul 1, 21
Sat, Jul 10, 21
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Wed, Aug 11, 21
Fri, Aug 20, 21
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Wed, Sep 1, 21
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Sat, Sep 11, 21
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Labor Day
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Sat, Sep 11, 21
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Thanksgiving
Sat, Nov 20, 21
Tue, Dec 7, 21
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