Tour of Amsterdam, Bruges, and Paris with Guided City Tours
Included in all options:
- Round-trip airfare from NYC to Amsterdam and from Paris to NYC
- Two nights of standard accommodations at Best Western Apollo Museumhotel Amsterdam City Centre or Park Plaza Vondelpark, Amsterdam
- One night of standard accommodations at Hotel Novotel Brugge Centrum in Bruges
- Two nights of standard accommodations at Hyatt Regency Paris Etoile in Paris
- All transfers from city to city
- Sightseeing per itinerary in air-conditioned motor coach
- Five breakfasts and two dinners
- Services of English-speaking tour manager throughout trip
- Local guides in Paris
We’ve listed some trip highlights below. You can check out a full, day-by-day itinerary here.
Days 1–3: Amsterdam
Accommodations: The 3-star Apollo Museumhotel or Park Plaza Vondelpark Amsterdam
After arriving in Amsterdam on Day 2, you’ll have the afternoon to explore the city at your leisure. Feel free to take a bike ride along the water—bike rentals are readily available throughout the city—or check out the local “coffee shops.”
The first guided tour kicks off on the morning of day 3 with a canal cruise in one of Amsterdam’s renowned glass-top boats. Along the way, you’ll see 16th-century merchant mansions and strings of houseboats bobbing on the water. Then in the afternoon, it’s off to the Holland countryside, where you’ll visit a fishing village, a cheese shop, a working windmill, and a traditional clogmaker.
Days 4–5: Brussels, Bruges
Accommodations: Hotel Novotel Brugge Centrum in Bruges
The next leg of the tour takes you to Belgium’s two most famous cities: Brussels and Bruges. On a guided walking tour of the former, Belgium’s capital city, you’ll end up at Grand Place, a medieval square that Fodors called “Europe’s most ornate and most theatrical.” It has dozens of 17th-century guild houses once owned by butchers, bakers, and haberdashers.
Bruges looks like it was frozen in the Middle Ages. It’s lined with winding cobblestone streets and medieval Gothic architecture. Our Lady’s Church is famous for its formidable art collection, which includes Michelangelo’s Madonna and Child statue dating from 1504.
Stop by one of the laidback brewpubs in town, where you can feast on waffles, chocolate, French fries, and beer. On the evening of day 5, you’ll depart for Paris.
Days 6–7: Paris
Accommodations: Hyatt Regency Paris Etoile in Paris
On day 6, a guided coach tour will take you to some of the city’s most iconic spots, including the Notre-Dame Cathedral and Arc de Triomphe. The rest of the time you can explore Paris on your own—browse through antique treasures at the local flea markets, pay a visit to the Mona Lisa in the Louvre, or enjoy a cheese-and-wine picnic at the Jardin du Luxembourg.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How much would it cost to fly from an airport not listed as part of this deal? The supplemental fee is subject to departure date and availability at the time of booking. For information regarding a specific departure date, please call (800) 682-3333 to speak with a Gate 1 Travel Reservation Specialist.
2. Can we extend our trip before or after the promotional dates for the deal? Gate 1 Travel is able to accommodate extensions for airfare. Hotel extensions are subject to availability.
3. How do I find out if the dates I want to travel are available? The dates available are listed on each option.
4. What happens if I buy the Groupon and my travel dates are not available? You can either choose another date or be refunded by Groupon. We suggest calling Gate 1 Travel to redeem your vouchers as soon as possible so that you do not run into this problem.
5. Does my child need a Groupon, and can they stay in my room? Yes, each person traveling (including children) needs to purchase a voucher. Your child may stay in your room; however, there are limits as to how many people per room. Triple rooms are available on this tour. Children must be 8 years old on this tour.