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A wonderful combination of stunning cities in Europe. Visit Amsterdam, Arnhem, Maastrich, Luxembourg, Brussels, Bruges, Ghent, Antwerp and return to Amsterdam with a rent a car. See all the art, museums, churches, historic palaces, parks and more than you can possibly imagine! This is a flexible package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

This 17 night sample itinerary includes:
  • Flight into Amsterdam and out of Amsterdam
  • Hotel for 2 night in Amsterdam
  • Car rental for 15 days
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Arnhem
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Maastrich
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Luxembourg
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Brussels
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Bruges
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Ghent
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Antwerp
  • Hotel for 1 night in Amsterdam
  • Daily breakfast (if stated in hotel description)
  • Hotel taxes

Price history for this itinerary (past 7 days):
From New York City (all Airports), NY for 17 nights
$1,570 * incl.tax
Related Cities:
Amsterdam (84)   Antwerp (14)   Arnhem (4)   Belgium (35)   Bruges (18)   Brussels (35)   Ghent (11)   Luxembourg (18)   Luxembourg City (19)   Maastricht (4)   Netherlands (83)  
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1. Amsterdam
   (96 hotels)
2. Arnhem
   (4 hotels)
3. Maastricht
   (16 hotels)
4. Luxembourg City
   (24 hotels)
5. Brussels
   (147 hotels)
6. Bruges
   (60 hotels)
7. Ghent
   (25 hotels)
8. Antwerp
   (43 hotels)
9. Amsterdam
   (96 hotels)
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2 nights in Amsterdam

Easygoing, liberal Amsterdam is "different." Its citizens, bubbling along happily in their multiracial melting pot, are not so easily poured into the restrictive molds of trade and industry. More important, you can enjoy Amsterdam, its culture, history, and beauty, without stretching the limits of your credit cards. Few skyscrapers mar the clarity of the sky and the populace mostly walks or bikes from place to place. The historic center recalls Amsterdam's Golden Age as the command post of a vast trading network and colonial empire, when wealthy merchants constructed gabled residences along neatly laid-out canals.

Recommended Stay: At least 3 nights
Must See`s:
Dam Square, Anne Frank House, Bloemenmarkt, Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, Canal Belt, Jordaan, Red Light District and so much more!


2 nights in Arnhem

Surnamed the "Garden City on the Rhine," Arnhem is the capital city of the province of Gelderland in east Netherlands. The main attraction is Burgers' Zoo - the biggest and most-visited zoo in the Netherlands, featuring an underwater walkthrough, desert, mangrove, rainforest, etc. Don't miss the National Heritage Museum - an open air museum and park with antique houses, farms, and factories from different parts of the Netherlands. Nearby Arnhem, in Grote Hartensteyn, you can visit the Airborne Museum or medieval Doorwerth Castle.


2 nights in Maastricht

Maastricht was the first settlement in the Netherlands dating back from the Celtic period. Nowadays, it is a bustling town with shops which attract customers from Belgium and Germany, drawing numerous tourists and businessmen. Maastricht has a historic heritage, well worth visiting, consisting in: the Helpoort and the city wall, Vrijthof square, with the Vrijthoftheatre (Theater aan het Vrijthof), the Saint Servatius basilica (Sint-Servaasbasiliek) and the Saint Johns church (Sint-Janskerk).


2 nights in Luxembourg City

Luxembourg's diminutive capital is a delicious contrasting mix of the old and the new. Spend some time exploring the old city with its cobbled streets and imposing walls, and feast your eyes on ornate windows or jewel-like medallions. Come back to modern day as you pass contemporary constructions of glass and steel that house the many banking and business establishments in the capital. Take a lovely walk through Useldange where you can't miss the feudal castle surrounded by rolling plain.


2 nights in Brussels

Brussels is sumptuous, historic and luxuriously cozy. What makes Brussels special? For visitors, it's full of delights - Grand Place, mussels with chips, pralines, under crowded museums, intimate hotels, Art Nouveau, Horta, Tintin and unbelievable beers. Modern edifices are only a few steps from the cobbled streets, splendid cafés, and graceful Art Nouveau architecture that speak to the city's eventful past. The city's spirit survives in traditional cafes, bars, bistros, and restaurants. Whether elegantly Art Nouveau or eccentrically festooned with posters, curios, and knickknacks, such centuries-old establishments provide a warm, convivial ambience that is peculiarly Belgian.


2 nights in Bruges

Known as the 'Venice of the North', Bruges seems to have changed little from its 13th-century origins as a cloth-manufacturing town. With the city center closed off to cars, all the architectural and artistic treasures, folklore, chocolate shops, lace boutiques, and ambient restaurants of this unforgettable city can be easily explored on foot, by boat ride along quiet canals, or by horse-drawn carriage among cobblestone streets. The city center also made the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.


2 nights in Ghent

The magnificent old city of Ghent was one of the biggest cities in Western Europe at the end of the Middle Ages, renowned for its textile industry. Today it is the third biggest city of Belgium and one of the most beautiful ones. Much of the city's medieval architecture remains intact and is remarkably well preserved. Interesting highlights are the Saint Bavo Cathedral with the Ghent Altarpiece, the belfry, the Gravensteen castle, and the splendid architecture along the old Graslei harbor. The city of Ghent also houses three béguinages, recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites, and numerous churches, among which the Saint-Jacobs church and the Saint-Nicolas Church are the most beautiful examples.


2 nights in Antwerp

Belgium's second city, Antwerp has long been an important city in the nations of the Benelux both economically and culturally. Besides this, the city of Rubens is the world's centre for diamond processing as well as Belgium's primary seaport. The city boasts a magnificent cathedral, a fine-arts museum full of Flemish masterpieces, a maze of medieval streets in the town center, and a vibrant nightlife and cultural scene. Take a river cruise, not only to admire the famous skyline with its antique towers from the water, but also to experience the busy world port from the inside. You can also enjoy the Scheldt from the unique promenade near the Steen, the oldest building within Antwerp, which houses the National Maritime Museum with its open-air department exhibiting real ships.


1 nights in Amsterdam

Easygoing, liberal Amsterdam is "different." Its citizens, bubbling along happily in their multiracial melting pot, are not so easily poured into the restrictive molds of trade and industry. More important, you can enjoy Amsterdam, its culture, history, and beauty, without stretching the limits of your credit cards. Few skyscrapers mar the clarity of the sky and the populace mostly walks or bikes from place to place. The historic center recalls Amsterdam's Golden Age as the command post of a vast trading network and colonial empire, when wealthy merchants constructed gabled residences along neatly laid-out canals.

Recommended Stay: At least 3 nights
Must See`s:
Dam Square, Anne Frank House, Bloemenmarkt, Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, Canal Belt, Jordaan, Red Light District and so much more!



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Amsterdam
Day 1
Arrive to Amsterdam
Overnight in Amsterdam    96 hotels offered
Optional   178 Things to do
Day 2
Overnight in Amsterdam    96 hotels offered
Optional   178 Things to do
Day 3
Departing from Amsterdam
Transportation to next city by: By Car
Arnhem
Day 3
Arrive to Arnhem
Overnight in Arnhem    4 hotels offered
Optional   1 Things to do
Day 4
Overnight in Arnhem    4 hotels offered
Optional   1 Things to do
Day 5
Departing from Arnhem
Transportation to next city by: Rental Car
Maastricht
Day 5
Arrive to Maastricht
Overnight in Maastricht    16 hotels offered
Day 6
Overnight in Maastricht    16 hotels offered
Day 7
Departing from Maastricht
Transportation to next city by: Rental Car
Luxembourg City
Day 7
Arrive to Luxembourg City
Overnight in Luxembourg City    24 hotels offered
Optional   1 Things to do
Day 8
Overnight in Luxembourg City    24 hotels offered
Optional   1 Things to do
Day 9
Departing from Luxembourg City
Transportation to next city by: Rental Car
Brussels
Day 9
Arrive to Brussels
Overnight in Brussels    147 hotels offered
Optional   26 Things to do
Day 10
Overnight in Brussels    147 hotels offered
Optional   26 Things to do
Day 11
Departing from Brussels
Transportation to next city by: Rental Car
Bruges
Day 11
Arrive to Bruges
Overnight in Bruges    60 hotels offered
Optional   1 Things to do
Day 12
Overnight in Bruges    60 hotels offered
Optional   1 Things to do
Day 13
Departing from Bruges
Transportation to next city by: Rental Car
Ghent
Day 13
Arrive to Ghent
Overnight in Ghent    25 hotels offered
Optional   2 Things to do
Day 14
Overnight in Ghent    25 hotels offered
Optional   2 Things to do
Day 15
Departing from Ghent
Transportation to next city by: Rental Car
Antwerp
Day 15
Arrive to Antwerp
Overnight in Antwerp    43 hotels offered
Optional   4 Things to do
Day 16
Overnight in Antwerp    43 hotels offered
Optional   4 Things to do
Day 17
Departing from Antwerp
Transportation to next city by: Rental Car
Amsterdam
Day 17
Arrive to Amsterdam
Overnight in Amsterdam    96 hotels offered
Optional   178 Things to do
Day 18
Departing from Amsterdam

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Amsterdam Hotels (96 total)
 
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Maastricht Hotels (16 total)
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Brussels Hotels (147 total)
 
Bruges Hotels (60 total)
Ghent Hotels (25 total)
 
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Tours in Amsterdam (178 total)
 
Tours in Arnhem (1 total)
 
Tours in Maastricht (0 total)
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Tours in Brussels (26 total)
 
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Belgium

Small as it seems Belgium has been the unlikely backdrop for some of the most important events in European history. Artists like Breughel, Van Dyck and Rubens were all masters in their day and Belgium's art galleries are replete with their fantastic and moving works. Many of Belgium's cities are works of art on their own. The simple beauty of historic centers such as Ghent and Bruges is matched by few other European cities. And capital city Brussels is a masterpiece of Renaissance art and architecture and has a refinement not found in many cities of its size.

Luxembourg

Luxembourg is one of Europe's oldest and smallest independent states. Although famous for its picturesque villages, medieval castles, and natural beauty, Luxembourg is one of the world's most industrialized countries and has the highest standard of living in the EU. The center of Luxembourg is Luxembourg city and there are a number of other beautiful small cities and villages that well worth a visit like Echternach and Vianden. All places can be easily visited in a day from the capital or neighboring Trier.

Netherlands

Visiting the Netherlands should mean more than Amsterdam. The vast flower fields, old windmills and bustling market towns make it an exceedingly pleasant place to explore. The Hague, Delft and Alkmaar are three cities with their own distinctive charms and are less frenetic than the Dutch capital. Also growing in popularity is the town of Maastricht in the far south. Undoubtedly, Amsterdam`s Rijksmuseum, packed with priceless paintings, will appeal to culture vultures. Outside of its beautiful cities, the Wadden Islands of the north are a Mecca for yachting enthusiasts, while the flat landscape makes touring by bike easy.

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Amsterdam
Easygoing, liberal Amsterdam is "different." Its citizens, bubbling along happily in their multiracial melting pot, are not so easily poured into the restrictive molds of trade and industry. More important, you can enjoy Amsterdam, its culture, history, and beauty, without stretching the limits of your credit cards. Few skyscrapers mar the clarity of the sky and the populace mostly walks or bikes from place to place. The historic center recalls Amsterdam's Golden Age as the command post of a vast trading network and colonial empire, when wealthy merchants constructed gabled residences along neatly laid-out canals.

Recommended Stay: At least 3 nights
Must See`s:
Dam Square, Anne Frank House, Bloemenmarkt, Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, Canal Belt, Jordaan, Red Light District and so much more!
Arnhem
Surnamed the "Garden City on the Rhine," Arnhem is the capital city of the province of Gelderland in east Netherlands. The main attraction is Burgers' Zoo - the biggest and most-visited zoo in the Netherlands, featuring an underwater walkthrough, desert, mangrove, rainforest, etc. Don't miss the National Heritage Museum - an open air museum and park with antique houses, farms, and factories from different parts of the Netherlands. Nearby Arnhem, in Grote Hartensteyn, you can visit the Airborne Museum or medieval Doorwerth Castle.
Maastricht
Maastricht was the first settlement in the Netherlands dating back from the Celtic period. Nowadays, it is a bustling town with shops which attract customers from Belgium and Germany, drawing numerous tourists and businessmen. Maastricht has a historic heritage, well worth visiting, consisting in: the Helpoort and the city wall, Vrijthof square, with the Vrijthoftheatre (Theater aan het Vrijthof), the Saint Servatius basilica (Sint-Servaasbasiliek) and the Saint Johns church (Sint-Janskerk).
Luxembourg City
Luxembourg's diminutive capital is a delicious contrasting mix of the old and the new. Spend some time exploring the old city with its cobbled streets and imposing walls, and feast your eyes on ornate windows or jewel-like medallions. Come back to modern day as you pass contemporary constructions of glass and steel that house the many banking and business establishments in the capital. Take a lovely walk through Useldange where you can't miss the feudal castle surrounded by rolling plain.
Brussels
Brussels is sumptuous, historic and luxuriously cozy. What makes Brussels special? For visitors, it's full of delights - Grand Place, mussels with chips, pralines, under crowded museums, intimate hotels, Art Nouveau, Horta, Tintin and unbelievable beers. Modern edifices are only a few steps from the cobbled streets, splendid cafés, and graceful Art Nouveau architecture that speak to the city's eventful past. The city's spirit survives in traditional cafes, bars, bistros, and restaurants. Whether elegantly Art Nouveau or eccentrically festooned with posters, curios, and knickknacks, such centuries-old establishments provide a warm, convivial ambience that is peculiarly Belgian.
Bruges
Known as the 'Venice of the North', Bruges seems to have changed little from its 13th-century origins as a cloth-manufacturing town. With the city center closed off to cars, all the architectural and artistic treasures, folklore, chocolate shops, lace boutiques, and ambient restaurants of this unforgettable city can be easily explored on foot, by boat ride along quiet canals, or by horse-drawn carriage among cobblestone streets. The city center also made the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.
Ghent
The magnificent old city of Ghent was one of the biggest cities in Western Europe at the end of the Middle Ages, renowned for its textile industry. Today it is the third biggest city of Belgium and one of the most beautiful ones. Much of the city's medieval architecture remains intact and is remarkably well preserved. Interesting highlights are the Saint Bavo Cathedral with the Ghent Altarpiece, the belfry, the Gravensteen castle, and the splendid architecture along the old Graslei harbor. The city of Ghent also houses three béguinages, recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites, and numerous churches, among which the Saint-Jacobs church and the Saint-Nicolas Church are the most beautiful examples.
Antwerp
Belgium's second city, Antwerp has long been an important city in the nations of the Benelux both economically and culturally. Besides this, the city of Rubens is the world's centre for diamond processing as well as Belgium's primary seaport. The city boasts a magnificent cathedral, a fine-arts museum full of Flemish masterpieces, a maze of medieval streets in the town center, and a vibrant nightlife and cultural scene. Take a river cruise, not only to admire the famous skyline with its antique towers from the water, but also to experience the busy world port from the inside. You can also enjoy the Scheldt from the unique promenade near the Steen, the oldest building within Antwerp, which houses the National Maritime Museum with its open-air department exhibiting real ships.
Amsterdam
Easygoing, liberal Amsterdam is "different." Its citizens, bubbling along happily in their multiracial melting pot, are not so easily poured into the restrictive molds of trade and industry. More important, you can enjoy Amsterdam, its culture, history, and beauty, without stretching the limits of your credit cards. Few skyscrapers mar the clarity of the sky and the populace mostly walks or bikes from place to place. The historic center recalls Amsterdam's Golden Age as the command post of a vast trading network and colonial empire, when wealthy merchants constructed gabled residences along neatly laid-out canals.

Recommended Stay: At least 3 nights
Must See`s:
Dam Square, Anne Frank House, Bloemenmarkt, Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, Canal Belt, Jordaan, Red Light District and so much more!
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