In these pictures (l to r): Tower of London–London, UK; Buckingham Palace–London, UK; Louvre–Paris, France; Palace of Versailles–Versailles, France; Van Gogh Museum–Amsterdam, the Netherlands

London, Paris, & Amsterdam Adventure10 Days/8 Nights:
[➘Highlights] [➘Prices Starting at] [➘All Trips Include] [➘Daily Itinerary]

Highlights Include:
  • London, UK
  • Versailles, France
  • Stonehenge, UK
  • Amsterdam, the Netherlands
  • Paris, France
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Prices Starting at:
  • Chicago: $2999
  • Denver: $2999
  • Los Angeles: $2999
  • Miami: $2899
  • New Orleans: $3099
  • New York: $2899
  • San Francisco: $2999
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All Trips Include:
  • Roundtrip Airfare
  • 8 Nights Hotel Accommodations (double and/or triple occupancy)
  • Deluxe Air-Conditioned Motorcoach for all touring, transfers, and sightseeing
  • Tour Manager and Tour Guides throughout your trip
  • Daily Breakfast
  • 8 Dinners
  • Sightseeing per Itineraries and Admissions
  • Local Guides in Select Cities
  • All Hotel Taxes & Porter Gratuities
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Daily Itinerary
Day One
  • Board a deluxe motorcoach for transfer from LHR to the hotel with London panoramic tour en route.
  • We’ll meet our local guide at the airport. In route into the centre, enjoy a panoramic London highlights tour during which we’ll see all the major sights of both London’s Old City and vibrant West End. Suitable for those visiting for the first time, or those just wishing to re-acquaint themselves with the Capital’s charms, this tour is London in a nutshell! We’ll drive past such famous sights as Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, then along the river to the Tower of London. No interior visits are included in this tour, but photo stops will be made at appropriate points. Tour ends at the hotel for check-in.
  • London is one of the world’s most popular cities. People have flocked to the city for tourism and business alike for over two thousand years. Today London has the greatest concentration of major attractions in Britain, boasts four World Heritage Sites, and is renowned throughout the world for its shops, museums, parks and cosmopolitan life.
  • Dinner provided at the hotel
  • Overnight at the Days Inn Waterloo

Day Two
  • Continental Breakfast
  • A guide and motorcoach is provided for our full day sightseeing tour to Bath and Stonehenge.
  • Admission is arranged to Bath Abbey. The Abbey Church is classified as one of the Greater Churches group. Begun in 1499, it is the last great gothic church in England.
  • In Bath, enjoy a visit to the Roman Baths. Perhaps the best preserved Roman religious spa from the ancient world, there are four main features: The Sacred Spring, The Roman Temple, The Roman Bath House and finds from Roman Bath. We’ll also see the Georgian Pump Room.
  • Stop to marvel at the great and ancient stone circle of Stonehenge, one of the wonders of the world. What visitors see today are the substantial remnants of the last in a sequence of such monuments erected between circa 3000BC and 1600BC. Each monument was a circular structure, aligned with the rising of the sun at the midsummer solstice.
  • Dinner provided at the hotel
  • Overnight at the Days Inn Waterloo

Day Three
  • Continental Breakfast
  • A full day tour of London today visiting three of the main attractions in the Old City.
  • Visit St. Paul’s Cathedral, the largest cathedral in Britain. Designed by Sir Christopher Wren and built between 1675 and 1710, this magnificent building was designed to reflect its importance as the capital’s leading church. The church has recently undergone a multi-million pound restoration.
  • At the Tower of London visit the White, Bloody and Martin Towers, where prisoners were held and often tortured. Also see the Crown Jewels, displayed in a specially built jewel house, and don’t forget the Ravens, without whom the White Tower would supposedly fall, and a great disaster befall the monarchy!
  • Lastly, visit Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre on London’s South Bank. Tour the magnificent reconstruction of this 16th century theatre and enjoy a theatrical workshop on a subject of your choice, led by the Globe’s highly knowledgeable education team.

  • Dinner at the hotel
  • Overnight at the Days Inn Waterloo

Day Four
  • Continental Breakfast
  • Services of your touring coach commence today. We depart London and head to Folkestone, where we catch the Eurotunnel train to Calais. From there we continue by coach to Paris.
  • On arrival we enjoy an evening tour, and finish at Paris’ most famous landmark, the Eiffel Tower. The Eiffel tower is 318 m high, including the television antenna at the very tip. We enjoy a trip up to the 1st floor via the Elevator.
  • Dinner is arranged at a local restaurant this evening.
  • Overnight at the Holiday Inn Express Paris Canal de la Villette

Day Five
  • Continental Breakfast
  • Enjoy an excursion to Versailles. In Versailles, visit the palace, the magnificent monument to the extravagance of the French monarchy during the 17th century. Built by Louis XIV, the Sun King, Versailles became the home of the French royalty during that period, and eventually grew to represent all that was hated about the monarchy in the build up to the revolution in 1789. Your tour includes a walk around the fabulous state apartments which feature many superb works of art.
  • This afternoon visit the Fragonard Perfume museum, which opened in 1983, occupies a very lovely Napoleon III town house built in 1860 by Lesoufaché, a student of Garnier. The decoration is entirely of that period. Here you can discover a wonderful collection of perfumery objects that take you traveling through the ages.
  • Overnight at the Holiday Inn Express Paris Canal de la Villette

Day Six
  • Continental Breakfast
  • A full day in Paris today - visit Notre Dame and the world famous Louvre Museum.
  • Dating back to the year 1163 the Notre Dame Cathedral is a magnificent historic building. Today we enjoy a visit to the Cathedral and gain a sense of the history that has passed through Paris through the centuries.
  • Enjoy a visit to the Louvre, the most famous and prized museum in France. Constructed around 1200 as a fortress, and rebuilt around the mid-16th century as a royal palace, it became a public museum in 1793. The paintings, sculptures and artifacts on display have been assembled over the last 5 centuries, but undoubtedly the most famous is Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa.
  • Optional evening excursion
  • Tonight we have tickets to attend the Moulin Rouge Show. Executive motorcoach provided for a return show transfer.
  • Dinner provided at a local restaurant
  • Overnight at the Holiday Inn Express Paris Canal de la Villette

Day Seven
  • Continental Breakfast
  • This morning we depart from Paris. A deluxe motorcoach is provided for transfer from Paris to Amsterdam.
  • Amsterdam is often referred to as one of the most colorful cities in the world….and rightly so! With its beautiful tree lined canals, world famous museums, 17th century townhouses, infamous coffee shops and flower markets there is something for everyone. You can’t fail to fall for Amsterdam’s relaxed charm.
  • Enjoy a one hour cruise in Amsterdam. Fun hop on, hop off canal cruise Canal Bus is the perfect way of getting around Amsterdam with its wealth of waterways. The comfortable boats offer a regular service along 3 routes with 14 stops located near the major museums, attractions and shopping areas. On board there are interesting commentaries on Amsterdam.
  • Dinner at a local restaurant
  • Overnight at the NH Tropen Hotel.

Day Eight
  • Continental Breakfast
  • Enjoy a full day tour of Amsterdam visiting the Van Gogh museum, the Rijksmuseum and the house where Anne Frank wrote her famous diary.
  • A visit to the Van Gogh Museum is a unique experience. The museum contains the largest collection of paintings by Vincent van Gogh in the world. It provides the opportunity to keep track of the artist’s developments, or compare his paintings to works by other artists from the 19th century in the collection. The museum also holds an extensive offer of exhibitions on various subjects from 19th century art history.
  • From December 2003 to 2009 the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam will undergo the biggest rebuilding, renovation and modernisation programme in its history. During this period the finest works from the 17th century in the Rijksmuseum will continue to be on view under the title The Masterpieces. The redesigned Philips Wing will provide an opportunity to see the highlights of the Golden Age together in surprising combinations. The more than 400 masterpieces will be on display in the Philips Wing from 20 December. The famous dolls’ houses, the finest Delftware, a wealth of silver, icons of Dutch history and of course the paintings by the great masters of the 17th century, Frans Hals, Jan Steen, Vermeer and Rembrandt will have a provisional new home in the Philips Wing. For many of these works this will be the first time that they have left their place in the Rijksmuseum. Rembrandt’s Night Watch, for example, has rarely left the main building designed by Pierre Cuypers since it opened in 1885.
  • 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.
  • Dinner at a local restaurant
  • Overnight at the NH Tropen Hotel.

Day Nine
  • Continental Breakfast
  • Deluxe motorcoach is provided for a transfer from our Amsterdam hotel to the airport.

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