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Amsterdam, Luxembourg and Belgium With Bruges (12 Days)

Wander along meandering canals, historic bridges, gabled houses and blossoming gardens, feeling as though you were transported into the pages of a storybook. Colorful and charming, Amsterdam has this effect on its visitors. Delve into the Dutch city’s laid-back cafe culture and modern masterpieces before heading south to Luxembourg City’s quaint, cobbled streets and Belgium’s rolling countryside, before traveling to Brussels, the unofficial capital of Europe, to savor a bit of the sweet life. Finally, take in the sights, sounds and flavors of Bruges, a charming city with medieval roots.
Your Edventure includes:
  • Round-trip airfare from SFO or LAX (price varies depending on additional departure gateways)
  • 8 nights in hand-picked hotels
  • Breakfast daily
  • 4 three-course meals served with beer or wine
  • Deluxe motorcoach
  • Transportation (planes, trains, boats, etc.) while on tour
  • Full-time tour coordinator
  • Multilingual tour guide
  • Select admissions with priority entry
  • Bijlmerbajes Prison (Correctional/Law Enforcement Officials only)

Windmills of the Netherlands

Amsterdam's Canals at Sunset

Medieval Roman Ruins, Luxembourg

Floral Carpet in Luxembourg

Keukenhof Gardens

General George Patton Burial Site

Bruges, in the Flanders

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Price: $4,682.00 (2019) based on double occupancy, plus optional $409.00 premium trip protection*

Next Departure Dates:

July 2020 (NELX0720)
May 2021
(NELX0521)
May 2022 (NELX0522)

August 2022 (NELX0822)
October 2022 (NELX1022
)

Contact us for exact departure dates

Edventure Highlights Include:

~ Welcome dinner


~ Walking tour of Amsterdam, including the magnificent houseboats that dot the canal banks, the myriad bicyclists that crowd the streets and the flocks of pigeons and clusters of monuments that populate Dam Square


~ Bijlmerbajes and/or St. Gilles/Forest prisons (Correctional/Law Enforcement Officials only)


~ The world-famous flower market at Aalsmeer for a close-up look at one of Holland’s best-known national exports: its brilliantly-hued tulips


~ The Hague for a photo stop at the majestic Peace Palace, home to the International Court of Justice


~ Delft, a charming town of canals, cobbled alleyways and medieval architecture, including a visit the Old and New Churches on a guided tour, and visit to the former home of the famous painter, Vermeer


~ Keukenhof Gardens, with its millions of flowers growing on 70 acres; a showplace for the Dutch floral industry for over 60 years, it is the largest flower garden on Earth, where more than 7 million flowers burst into bloom each spring, including yellow daffodils, crocus, narcissi and hyacinths, as well as over 1,000 colorful and original varieties of tulips


~ A cruise along the canals of Amsterdam on a houseboat, enjoying the view of its row houses lit up for the night, with dinner by lantern light


~ A stop in the Limburger capital of Maastricht for sightseeing of the city that many compare to Swiss towns

~ The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, where a local guide leads a sightseeing tour of Luxembourg City, the country’s capital, including the Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site, the poignant World War II Monument to National Unity, the Notre-Dame Cathedral, the 17th-century Citadel of the Holy Spirit and the elegant Grand Ducal Palace, once a royal residence and now the setting for formal state functions

~ The historic German town of Trier, one of the country’s oldest cities, with exploration of the ancient Roman ruins, medieval buildings and the birthplace of Karl Marx

~ A journey through the forested Ardennes to where the Battle of the Bulge unfolded amid the rolling hills and dense forests of this region

~ Bastogne, for a visit to the Bastogne Historical Center, paying tribute to the American soldiers who defended Belgium in World War II, before a beer-tasting at the Brasserie du Bocq in the Valley of the Bocq

~ A tour of Brussels, unofficial capital of Europe and headquarters for the European Union, including the city’s historical center, the Manneken Pis, and the elegant Baroque houses that line the Grand Place

~ An optional cooking lesson from a Belgium chef as you learn to prepare, and eat, the best of Belgian cuisine ($115/pp)

~ A journey to the historic village of Ghent for a tasting tour of such regional specialties as Ganda ham, pralines, cheese, Tierenteyn mustard and Gruut beer, before a canal cruise highlighting the picturesque 15th-century town

~ Views of the European Union buildings, the 18th-century Place Royale and the Palais de Justice

~  Bruges, and its charm, with visits to Burg Square, Church of Our Lady, romantic Minnewater, the “lake of love”, and the Beguinage, a UNESCO World Heritage site, now home to an order of Benedictine nuns

~ Bruges' canals for a tour the city by boat

~ An optional excursion to Antwerp, the largest port city in Flanders, for a guided tour, including the life and work of iconic artist Peter Paul Rubens during a visit to the Rubens House, the old city center to view the Renaissance-era City Hall in the stately Great Market Square and the Gothic Cathedral of Our Lady, marveling at its soaring bell tower ($89/pp)

Tour Activity Estimates
 Average Daily Walking: 1 Hours
Average Activity Level: Easy to Moderate (mostly flat terrain, including paved and unpaved roads, cobblestone streets, and some hills and stairs)

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