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*The third person sharing the room is provided with an additional mattress or a roll away bed.
*A surcharge may be applicable on certain departures.
*Due to operational reasons, the routing of this tour may be amended. However, all mentioned services will remain unchanged.
**RED Tours Bonus - Free lunch with aamras & puri in Netherlands**
Day 1: London – Bruges – Holland: Orientation tour of Bruges
After a warm welcome from your Tour Director we set off across the English Channel to Calais. Once in France we set off to Bruges, an outstanding example of a medieval historic settlement that over the centuries has maintained its historic fabric and where original Gothic constructions form part of the town’s identity. Later continuing our journey to Holland.
Day 2: Netherlands Amsterdam & Keukenhof or Volendam
Tour dates before 13th May:
Today we’re off to visit Keukenhof, one of the world’s largest flower gardens. It has more than 7 million tulips planted over an area of 32 hectares of park and attracts over a million visitors in a mere eight weeks. All there to see the vibrant flowers including tulips, daffodils and many more, in full bloom.
Tour dates after 19th May:
We visit the fishing village of Volendam lined with colourful wooden houses. The tour visits Holland’s best-known fishing village of Volendam, lined with colourful wooden houses. You have time to explore the many souvenir shops, restaurants and soak in the atmosphere of this traditional fishing village. Next we visit a cheese and wooden shoe factory to learn about cheese making and witness a demonstration of the history, traditions and the crafting of authentic Dutch wooden shoes. Don’t forget to take a photograph next to the windmill, one of the most distinctive sights of the Netherlands. Enjoy a lovely hot lunch
before continuing to Amsterdam, the financial and cultural capital of Netherlands and famous for its canals and museums. A canal cruise awaits you and is the best way to experience this charming city. The glass-topped boats offer a spectacular view of vibrant Amsterdam. Then back to a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel.
Meals: Breakfast,Lunch and Dinner
Day 3: Brussels – Mini Europe – Back to London
Today we drive towards Brussels, making a short photo stop at the Atomium, an amazing structure built for the 1958 World Expo. Then onto Mini Europe, an “Invitation to travel” depicting all the monuments of Europe in a miniature (1-25 scale) model recreation incorporating the finest detail. While in Brussels, the
Belgian and European Union capital, we take a brief walking tour that includes a visit the Grand Place, the central square of Brussels, surrounded by opulent guildhalls, the city’s Town Hall and the Manneken Pis. Later we start our journey home, heading to Calais for our channel crossing to England. From where we drive to our London drop off point, taking home happy memories of the beautiful places visited over the last few days. Memories that we hope you will
treasure for a lifetime.