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Best of Europe - 22 Days

Start point: London
End point: London

DAY 1: Arrive in London

Meet your Expat Explore tour leader at the starting hotel. This afternoon, we’ll head out to the Royal Borough of Greenwich. As part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site it’s a must-see with many historical buildings and gardens. Your tour leader will walk you through Greenwich park to a traditional British pub where we’ll enjoy an included welcome dinner. We’ll then wander through the historic Greenwich docklands, past the Old Royal Naval College and the famous Cutty Sark ship. After a short boat ride past the financial district’s skyscrapers, we’ll jump aboard the Emirates Air Line, a cable car across the river Thames which offers panoramic views of the east London skyline.



Experiences

Enjoy an orientation tour of this historic area in the Royal Borough. Greenwich is world famous as the location of the Prime Meridian, where the designation GMT began, and on which all world times are based. It also has historic links with the British Royal Family going back to the 15th century when King Henry VIII was born there. Your tour leader will introduce you to some of the highlights, including the Old Royal Naval College, Royal Observatory, Queen's House and the Cutty Sark tea clipper sailing ship.

Tonight we will enjoy an included dinner at a historic local pub, where you can try typical British dishes like fish & chips, bangers and mash (sausages & mashed potato) or a seasonal vegetarian dish.

Take a short journey along the longest river in England on a Thames Clipper boat, from Cutty Sark to North Greenwich, where you will join the Emirates Air Line cable car.

Take an included ride on the Emirates Air Line cable car across the River Thames. You’ll enjoy spectacular views of the Canary Wharf financial district, The O2/Millennium Dome, Thames Barrier, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and the Greenwich Peninsula, and distant views of the Shard and City of London.

Accommodation A selection of the accommodation we stay at in this destination.

Hotel ibis Styles London Excel
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Other Foods to try

Tonight we will enjoy an included dinner at a local pub, where you can try typical English dishes like fish & chips and sausages & mashed potato.

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DAY 2: London - Paris

Departing London, you will cross the English Channel and travel to 'The City of Lights and Love' - Paris! Your experienced tour leader will introduce you to all the key Parisian sites on a relaxing coach tour of the city. Keep an eye out for such iconic landmarks as the Eiffel Tower, The Louvre and Notre Dame - take a mental note of what you wish to explore more further on your free day. This evening we'll enjoy dinner at a restaurant in the Latin Quarter, an eclectic, bohemian and historic neighbourhood. We'll then travel back to the hotel on Paris' world famous metro system, ready to explore the city further on our free day tomorrow!



Experiences

Driving Tour of Paris: we’ll take a driving tour of this famous city when you arrive. Look out for L’Opéra Garnier, the Tuileries Gardens, Place de la Concorde, Hotel de Ville, The River Seine, l'Ile de la Cite, the Louvre Museum, Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Lovers Bridge, Sacre Coeur, Montmartre, Pigalle (the Red Light District) and the Moulin Rouge!

Accommodation A selection of the accommodation we stay at in this destination.

Ibis la Defense
B&B Porte Des Lilas
B&B Paris Malakof
Ibis Paris La Villette Cité des Sciences
B&B Paris Italie Porte de Choisy
B&B Hôtel Orly Chevilly
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Other Foods to try

This evening, you will enjoy dinner where you can try classic French cuisine like chicken with creamy Dauphinoise potatoes and beef bourguignon (a stew made with red wine). A vegetarian dish is also offered.

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DAY 3: Paris - Free day

Enjoy a full free day to explore the French capital to your heart’s content! The Seine River is the backbone of the capital, and flows through the heart of the city. Why not choose a cruise, and sail past the grandeur of the gothic Notre Dame cathedral, to the epic Eiffel Tower? Paris Disneyland is perfect for the ‘young at heart’, and is only a short distance away. Your Expat Explore tour leader is brimming with ideas and local knowledge, so that you can get the best out of your time here.

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DAY 4: Champagne region - Luxembourg - Heidelberg

This morning we’ll depart Paris and head east to our first stop in the champagne region, where we’ll enjoy a tasting of one of France’s most famous and highly prized exports - champagne! We’ll then continue our journey on to Luxembourg, where you’ll have some free time to explore the capital of one of Europe’s smallest countries; Luxembourg City features a charming Unesco-listed centre with plenty of restuarants and cafés. Our final destination of the day is Heidelberg, Germany’s oldest university town which is renowned for its Altstadt (old town), ruined Renaissance hilltop castle and romantic riverside cityscape.



Experiences

Enjoy a champagne tasting in the champagne region of France.

Take a short stop in Luxembourg City, with some free time to spend as you wish. You may wish to view the spectacular Renaissance architecture of the Grand Ducal Palace or have an early lunch in Luxembourg’s central square, Place d’Armes, with its numerous cafes and restaurants. Luxembourg also offers excellent shopping opportunities from modern high-end fashion stores to traditional boutiques.

Overnight in the Heidelberg region, a university town with a beautiful Baroque old town and vibrant nightlife.

Accommodation A selection of the accommodation we stay at in this destination.

B&B Hotel Heidelberg

Other Foods to try

In Luxembourg, a popular local speciality is the Quetschentaart, an open fruit tart made with with zwetschgen or damson plums.

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DAY 5: Black Forest - Lake Titisee - Rhine Falls - Lucerne region

This morning we head into the heart of Germany’s Schwarzwald (Black Forest), home of delicious Black Forest gâteau, cuckoo clocks and Hansel and Gretel! For those travellers wishing to buy an authentic German cuckoo clock, we’ll make a quick stop at a local family business in the heart of the forest. Arriving on the shores of Lake Titisee, you’ll have some free time to explore the spa town of Titisee and grab some lunch. We’ll then cross into Switzerland and stop off at the stunning Rhine Falls, the largest plain waterfall in Europe. You’ll have some time to explore, with the option to take a boat ride on the falls. On arrival in Lucerne your tour leader will give you a quick orientation tour to introduce you to the city, before we travel on to our accommodation on the shores of Lake Lucerne.



Experiences

Stop off at a family owned cuckoo clock centre in the heart of the Black Forest, the perfect opportunity to pick up a souvenir and shop for Swiss and German brands like Swarovski, Victorinox and Goebel, and have a cup of coffee with a slice of Black Forest gâteau cake.

Enjoy some free time to explore the historic centre of the Titisee spa town on the shore of Lake Titisee, and grab some lunch from one of the many cafés and restaurants.

Enjoy some free time to experience the dramatic Rhine Falls in northern Switzerland and take in views of Wörth Castle. An optional boat ride is offered which will take you into the falls and allow you to climb onto Rheinfallfelsen, the large rock at its heart.

Your tour leader will walk you through the centre of Lucerne and point out some of the highlights you can explore further on your free day tomorrow, such as the Lion Monument, Church of St Leodegar and the famous Chapel Bridge.


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Accommodation A selection of the accommodation we stay at in this destination.

Hotel Stanserhof
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Other Foods to try

While in Switzerland, be sure to try a classic Swiss dish - cheese fondue! Melted cheese is served in a communal pot (caquelon or fondue pot) over a candle, and eaten by dipping bread into the cheese. And eating among scenery like the Swiss Alps makes for a truly incredible experience!

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DAY 6: Lucerne - Free day

Today you’ll have a free day to enjoy the Lucerne region. Renowned as one of Switzerland's most beautiful cities, Lucerne is one place you'll definitely want to have your camera at the ready for! All the ingredients for the quintessentially picturesque Swiss experience are here - a cobalt lake and well-preserved old-town complete with waterfront promenades, covered bridges and perfect plazas is surrounded by the natural skyscrapers of the Swiss Alps. It's really no wonder that Goethe, Queen Victoria and Wagner savoured the stunning views that Lucerne has to offer. There's charm and grace around every corner, but it's not all about history - there's certainly enough of a pulse here to keep things current, with carnivals, concerts and exhibitions aplenty.

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DAY 7: Liechtenstein - Neuschwanstein Castle - Innsbruck

Four countries in one day! Our first stop is the Alpine principality of Liechtenstein, the sixth-smallest nation in the world. Stopping in the capital Vaduz, we'll have some time to stroll around and enjoy the scenery. We’ll then visit Neuschwanstein Castle, a 19th Century German hilltop castle built by Ludwig II of Bavaria, and the inspiration for the famous Disneyland castle. Entrance to the castle is included in the tour package price. Our final destination of the day is Innsbruck, Austria. Home to Austria's third-largest student population, there's no shortage of vibrant bars and beer gardens to enjoy.



Experiences

Stop off in Vaduz, the capital of Liechtenstein. This tiny country may only be the size of Manhattan, but it's skyscrapers of a different kind that dominate the skyline!

You'll enter the incredible Neuschwanstein Castle interior and enjoy a tour of this magical structure! This incredible castle looks like it's straight out of a fairy tale - which incidentally isn't far from the truth: Neuschwanstein Castle served as the inspiration for the famous Disneyland castle.

We then travel to Innsbruck where you have some free time this evening. This is where the modern urban environment meets the natural outdoors. Don't miss the opportunity to visit the town square and its famous Goldenes Dachl (Golden Roof).


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Accommodation A selection of the accommodation we stay at in this destination.

Ramada Innsbruck Tivoli

Other Foods to try

Must-try Austrian dishes include Viennese beef soup, wiener schnitzel (pork or chicken coated in breadcrumbs and deep fried) and apfelstrudel (a type of layered pastry with apples that originated in Vienna).

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DAY 8: Modena - Siena

This morning we head south into Italy. One of the most visited destinations in the world, Italy serves up centuries of incredible history, rich culture and, of course, fantastic food! As we make our way to Siena we'll stop in Modena, where you'll enjoy a tasting of balsamic vinegar. Arriving in Siena this afternoon , your tour leader will take you on a short orientation tour of the historic city centre, and you'll then have some free time to take photos before we enjoy an included dinner at a restaurant on Piazza del Campo, the main public square.



Experiences

Enjoy a taste of traditional balsamic vinegar in Modena, which has been produced in Modena and Reggio Emilia since the 11th century.

Your tour leader will take you to Piazza del Campo, the main public square in the historic centre of Siena, and introduce you to some of the world-renowned architecture on display here. You'll then have some free time to wander around and take photos before we enjoy an included dinner at a pizza restaurant located in a delightful position in the square.

Accommodation A selection of the accommodation we stay at in this destination.

Four Points by Sheraton Siena
Hotel Minerva Siena
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Other Foods to try

The people of Tuscany worship three things; God, their olive oil, and their traditional bruschetta. Order bruschetta to start your meal and you'll be served a toasted slice of local bread rubbed with garlic and sprinkled with olive and salt.

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DAY 9: Pisa - Florence - Siena

Today we’ll explore the undoubted highlights of Tuscany; Pisa and Florence! Now over 800 years old, the Leaning Tower of Pisa is a classic sight in Italy and well worth a visit to get a few shots of one of Italy's most famous icons. On arrival in Florence, we’ll take a guided walking tour of the city accompanied by an expert local guide, who will introduce you to all the sights, including Ponte Vecchio, Florence Cathedral and the Basilica of Santa Croce. You’ll then have some free time to explore - why not see Michelangelo’s David in the Galleria dell'Accademia? This evening we’ll return to our accommodation near Siena.



Experiences

Explore the site of the famous leaning tower of Pisa – a true classic and a must-see on any tour visiting Italy.

In Florence, enjoy a locally guided walking tour taking in some of the city’s most famous attractions.


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Accommodation A selection of the accommodation we stay at in this destination.

Hotel Siena Degli Ulivi
Hotel Minerva Siena

Other Foods to try

Lampredotto is a Florence street food, consisting of the fourth stomach of the cow cooked in a broth and then served with salsa verde or/and spicy sauce. Be sure to try this interesting delicacy while you are in Florence!

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DAY 10: Rome

There is more of Italy to see - we’re off to the capital, Rome! This European metropolis buzzes with activity, tradition, passion, and an energy of its own. Our local Roman tour guide will introduce you to the city and its many historic sights, including the Spanish Steps, Pantheon and Piazza Navona, and then later this evening we'll enjoy an included dinner.



Experiences

Walking tour of Rome: this city has so much to see and do we can’t list everything here but your walking tour of Rome with a local guide will give you a great start for further exploration in your free time. You will see the Arch of Septimus Severus, the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, Piazza Navona (Fountain of the Quattro Fiumi) and the Spanish steps.

Accommodation A selection of the accommodation we stay at in this destination.

Hotel Cristoforo Colombo
Hotel American Palace
Hotel Cristoforo Colombo
Hotel Club House Roma
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Other Foods to try

Typically based on seasonal ingredients prepared in a simple way, Roman cuisine features lots of vegetables (peas, artichokes and beans), meat (lamb and goat) and cheeses (Pecorino romano and ricotta).

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DAY 11: Rome - Free day

Rome boasts ancient ruins, historical landmarks, religious buildings and a buzz like no other, and you’ve got a full free day to explore! The Colosseum and Roman Forum is a popular choice. Those wishing to enter will not only be rewarded with fabulous views of the city, but also an unbelievable feeling of drifting backwards in time, to when gladiators, chariots and lions dominated the arena. Your Expat Explore tour leader can organise a tour of the Colosseum and Roman Forum with a local guide. This afternoon you’ll have the opportunity to visit the Vatican City - the smallest country in the world! You’ll jump the queues and be taken round by an expert guide, and once inside the walls you can explore St Peter’s Basilica and see Michelangelo’s artwork in the Sistine Chapel. One of the best areas for sampling authentic Roman food is in Trastevere where restaurants, favoured by the locals, serve original and classic dishes you may not find elsewhere. Enjoy!

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DAY 12: Venice

Leaving the churches and basilicas behind, today we head to the canals of Venice! On arrival we’ll take an orientation walking tour with your Expat Explore tour leader, who will show you the sights including the Rialto Bridge and St Marks Square. You’ll also have the option to explore Venice the traditional way - from the canals on a gondola ride, which gives you a completely different perspective and appreciation for the amazing structure of this unique destination.



Experiences

Orientation tour of Venice - your tour leader will take you into the heart of this unique floating city for an orientation to help you explore and see St. Mark’s Square, St. Mark’s Basilica, St. Mark’s Museum, Campanile (Elevator to the top), Doge’s Palace, Rialto Market and Scuola Grande di San Rocco.


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Accommodation A selection of the accommodation we stay at in this destination.

Hotel Residence Elite
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Other Foods to try

Venice is of course located on a lagoon, and is therefore heavily influenced by seafood, including cuttlefish and sardines, but it is also famous for the tiramisu dessert - translating as "pick me up" it is a delicious combination of coffee liquer soaked-sponge with mascarpone cheese.

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DAY 13: Ljubljana - Zagreb

Our first destination of the day is a comfort stop in the Slovenian capital Ljubljana. Often thought of as a hidden gem of Europe, its castles, stunning architecture and natural beauty mean it packs a punch more powerful than its small size would suggest. We then drive on to Zagreb; Croatia’s capital offers an interesting mix of Hapsburg and Communist architecture. We'll check into the hotel and have some time to freshen up before the included dinner this evening.



Experiences

Explore two capitals in one day! You will have a comfort stop in Ljubljana and also an overnight stay in Zagreb.

Accommodation A selection of the accommodation we stay at in this destination.

Hotel Laguna

Other Foods to try

Croatian food is heavily influenced by Italian and Mediterranean cuisine - plenty of fish, olive oil, vegetables and herbs. Pasta is very popular; manistra na pome (pasta with tomato sauce) is a staple.

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DAY 14: Zagreb - Budapest

Today we’ll cross into Hungary and head for the capital, Budapest. Cited as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, it straddles the historic Danube River and boasts numerous UNESCO World Heritage Sites - its natural geo-thermal springs are a highlight. Enjoy a driving tour of the city, and then use your free time this evening to explore, or join our optional excursion to the Széchenyi Medicinal Bath, one of the most famous icons of the city and Europe’s largest medicinal bath.



Experiences

Driving tour of Budapest: we meet the local guide who takes you on a driving tour of this fabulous city pointing out places of interest and imparting their local knowledge and history. You will experience amazing views from Gellert Hill and the Citadel, drive through the city to include a stop at Heroes Square, see Budapest Parliament, St Stephen Basilica, the State opera, Castle District and then drive along Andrassy Avenue crossing the river to stop at Matthias Church and Fisherman's Bastion area.


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Ibis Budapest
IBIS Budapest Citysouth
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Other Foods to try

Hungarian Goulash - a soup or stew of meat and vegetables, seasoned with paprika and other spices. With an origin tracing back to the 9th century, it’s a national dish of Hungary and has become an iconic symbol of the country.

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DAY 15: Bratislava - Vienna

Moving on to the Slovakian capital, Bratislava! Located in a country dominated by mountains, vineyards, ski runs and wilderness, Bratislava is a charming city. Your tour leader will take you on an orientation tour to see some of the main sights, including a photostop at Bratislava Castle, which overlooks the city. Early afternoon we’ll make our way to Vienna, where a local guide will take us on a walking and driving tour of the Austrian capital. As a centre for art and culture in Europe for centuries, Vienna was host to some of the world’s leading musical minds at one time or another – including luminaries like Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven. But along with its classical heritage, magnificent concert halls, palaces and museums, Vienna is also a modern city, with a vibrant café, restaurant and nightlife culture.



Experiences

Bratislava comfort stop, time for you to explore the capital of Slovakia. Your tour leader will take you on an orientation tour to see some of the main sights, including a photostop at Bratislava Castle, which overlooks the city.

Driving and walking tour of Vienna, discover the courtyards and passages around the Hofburg (Imperial Castle) and St. Stephen’s Cathedral which is Vienna’s geographic and historic centre. You will also see the Parliament and the Danube river on this tour.

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Roomz Vienna

Other Foods to try

Austria is famous for schnitzel - a boneless meat, thinned with a meat tenderizer, coated with flour, beaten eggs and bread crumbs, and then fried. Similar to the French dish escalope, it is typically made from beef or pork.

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DAY 16: Vienna - Free day

Enjoy a free day to explore Vienna! Awash with imperial splendour, Vienna was once the centre of the powerful Habsburg monarchy, which dominated central Europe from the 16th-18th centuries. History fans should check out the incredible palaces of the era - Schönbrunn Palace and the Belvedere.

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DAY 17: Prague

Today we’re off to the Czech Republic! Prague is a beautiful city, boasting elaborate baroque, gothic, art nouveau and cubist architecture, and rewarding those who explore it with quirky bars, cobbled lanes and secluded courtyards. Known for its brilliant beer and abundance of history, any exploration of Prague will be a rewarding one. A local guide will take us on a walking tour and introduce us to the must-see sights including the Old Town Square, Wenceslas Square, St. Vitus Cathedral and the Charles Bridge, before you have a free afternoon to explore more at your own pace.



Experiences

Prague walking tour: enjoy a local guided walking tour of the capital city of the Czech Republic. See the Old Town Square, Wenceslas Square, St. Vitus Cathedral, Petrin Tower (Mini Eiffel Tower), Charles Bridge, Church of Our Lady before Týn, and a view of Prague Castle.


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Accommodation A selection of the accommodation we stay at in this destination.

Hotel Duo
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Other Foods to try

Try svíčková na smetaně - a typical Czech dish consisting of beef sirloin in a cream sauce, commonly served with dumplings, cream and cranberries.

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DAY 18: Dresden - Berlin

Our first destination today is a lunch stop in the German city of Dresden. Virtually rebuilt from the ground up after bombing attacks in WW2 destroyed the city centre, Dresden is immaculate and stylish. Try some of the local German food - such as Bratwurst, and have a wander around the beautifully paved streets. We’ll then carry on to the capital of Germany, Berlin. Your tour leader will introduce you to the city on a driving orientation tour - stopping off to see such poignant locations as the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag, Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe and Checkpoint Charlie.



Experiences

Visit to Dresden: a short comfort stop in Dresden in the East of Germany, also known as the "Florence at the Elbe" due to its location on the banks of the Elbe River. You will see excellent examples of Baroque architecture, the old palace, Zwinger complex, Martin Luther monument and some time to try some of the local food.

Driving Tour of Berlin: your tour leader will explain the amazing history of this vibrant city and show you all the must-see sights. Take a note of those you want to explore further on your free day tomorrow!

Berlin beer hall dinner: enjoy a taste of Germany in a traditional beer hall, where you can sample some food and drink, including famous German sausages (vegetarian options available) and beer.

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Ibis Ostbahnhof
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Other Foods to try

Try currywurst - German sausage covered in a mixture of ketchup, Worcester sauce, and curry powder.

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DAY 19: Berlin - Free day

Enjoy a free day to further explore the history of the German capital. The Berlin Wall stands as a sombre reminder of the controls imposed on Berlin during and after WW2, however the bright street art that adorns it today seems to give it a peaceful purpose. Berlin also offers numerous free museums and galleries to visit, which all contribute to the understanding of this city's modern history.

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DAY 20: Berlin - Amsterdam

This morning, we’ll say our goodbyes to Germany as we journey on to the Netherlands, where you will notice the landscape change to windmills and waterways, as you approach the city of Amsterdam. This evening we’ll enjoy a canal cruise, which includes dinner and is accompanied by interesting commentary about the cities development and history. After seeing the bridges and city from the waterside, you'll have some free time to hit the cafés, bars and coffee shops!



Experiences

Amsterdam Canal Cruise: sail along Amsterdam's stunning canals at twilight and enjoy a delicious pizza as you cruise. A perfect introduction to Amsterdam you will cruise along Amsterdam's atmospheric canals. Choose from six types of pizza, Ben and Jerry's ice cream, and you can also upgrade to include unlimited soft drinks, beer and wine.

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Hampton by Hilton Schipol Airport
Holiday Inn Express Schipol Airport
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Other Foods to try

Dutch Kroket, cheese, bitterballen and pastries!

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DAY 21: Amsterdam - Free day

You have a full free day to experience the delights of Amsterdam! There are numerous museums and art galleries to choose from - why not visit Anne Frank’s house, the Van Gogh museum, take a bicycle tour or simply wander the streets and canals? Alternatively, you can join your Expat Explore tour leader on a Dutch countryside tour optional excursion. This begins with an entertaining demonstration, showing how traditional Dutch clogs are made by hand, followed by a demonstration in local cheese making. There is time to pop some clogs on, and taste the cheesy treats. Your next stop for the day is to the historical windmill village of Zaanse Schans, where you will discover how they were vital to the industrial development of the Netherlands. This is a great chance to get some fabulous photos! A visit to the quaint sea side village of Volendam allows you to stretch your legs, wander the main street filled with cafes and local nick-nacks and admire the sprawling views. We'll then head back into the centre of the city where you'll have the rest of the day free to explore Amsterdam at your own pace. 

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DAY 22: Bruges - London

After your Amsterdam adventure, you have one more stop before you set off for the UK. The Belgian city of Bruges is small but picturesque, with breathtaking architecture and a wonderful personality. Described as the ‘Venice of the North’, take some time to stretch your legs and indulge in a spot of sightseeing. After your visit, you will then be on your way back to London, crossing the English Channel on the way. This is the perfect time to exchange contact details with new friends and travel buddies as you prepare to disembark in the capital. Make sure you upload the highlights of your Best of Europe tour onto our Facebook page, and we look forward to having you on tour with us again soon.



Experiences

Bruges comfort stop: a stop in this beautiful medieval town with some free time so you could try the signature national dish of frites and moules, see or even climb the Belfry Tower, have a Belgian beer or buy some amazing Belgian chocolate.

Other Foods to try

Along with the famous canals and medieval architecture, Bruges is a chocolate hotspot! Head to Katelijnestraat street in the south of Bruges (your tour leader can point you in the right direction), where you will find many chocolate shops.

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