European Fast Track 6 Nights Tour

    • Duration

      7 Days

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    DAY 1
    Arrival- Amsterdam

    • Arrive at Amsterdam International Airport.
    • Our airport representative will meet and greet you.
    • Pick up from the Airport and transfer to the hotel.
    • Arrive at hotel and Check-In and rest as you will be picked up in the evening for Museum visit.
    • Pick up from the hotel to visit Heineken Museum.HEINEKEN MUSEUM: The Heineken Experience is a museum dedicated to Heineken beer. The world famous beer brand decided to turn the former Heineken factory into a museum, when the location proved incapable for keeping up with today’s demand. The location right in the center of Amsterdam would have been a logistical nightmare and thus was turned into a museum. Now visitors like you can learn about the brewing process, the story and of course enjoy a beer on the rooftop terrace.As you could have guessed the Heineken museum is all about the former Heineken brewery. So expect to learn all about the production; from the brewing process, to the bottling. But apart from the production, the maybe more interesting might be the story about how Heineken managed to grow from a tiny brewery to a world player featured in many famous Hollywood movies. Nowadays it’s almost impossible to find a bar in the world with a bright beer assortment that doesn’t serve Heineken or one of the many beer brands that are part of Heineken.
    • Back to hotel and overnight stay.

    DAY 2
    Amsterdam– Museum's – Amsterdam

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Today leave hotel for your full day tour in Netherlands.VAN GOGH MUSEUM: The Van Gogh Museum contains the biggest compilation of Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) work. All over the world people recognize Vincent Van Gogh as one of the most famous artists of all times. In his time people didn’t give the recognition that he deserved. Actually, he has never known that his work is highly appreciated. Thanks to the huge amount of frustration he has cut of his own ear. This museum definitely earns a place on your bucket-list of museums that you should visit once in your life. The Van Gogh Museum has an estimated amount of 1.6 million visitors each year.According to us, the Van Gogh Museum is an absolute must-do amongst the many things to do in Amsterdam. A recent study carried out by the Erasmus University in Rotterdam after the reputation of the 18 best-known art museums in the world; found that the Van Gogh Museum has the second-best reputation in the world!
    • MICROPIA: Micropia is an award-winning museum located near Amsterdam East (Oost) as part of the Artis-Amsterdam Royal Zoo. Opened in 2014, Micropia is the only microbe museum of its kind. The gallery was opened in an attempt to show that the billions of living organisms that can be found everywhere and in everything known as microbes are not all bad, scary things, but are instead also produced in order to help in the functioning of daily life, including for human health.Guests of the museum can see plants, animals, and other everyday objects, all through images that were cast under the lens of a microscope. The modern microscope is in itself a mostly Dutch invention, with Antonie van Leeuwenhoek improving upon the design and magnification, as well as paving the way for what we know today as microbiology.
    • HERMITAGE MUSEUM: The Hermitage in Amsterdam is an art museum located on the Amstel River. It is a branch of the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia, one of the largest museums in the world. A great lover of art, Catherine the Great founded the Russian counterpart in the eighteenth century. The location in Amsterdam is used to showcase some of the more than three million pieces of art that were once housed in the original museum. Today, almost 400,000 visitors visit the impressive Hermitage Amsterdam annually.
    • Back to hotel and overnight stay.

    DAY 3
    Amsterdam – Brussels – Amsterdam (Full Day Tour)

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Today we proceed to Brussels, Headquarters of the European Union and capital of Belgium. 
    • On arrival in Brussels we visit one of Europe’s most beautiful squares, the Grand Place, home to the medieval Town Hall and the fabled Manneken Pis statue.
    • Drive past St. Michael’s Church and stop for a photograph at the Atomium.
    • Next you visit MINI EUROPE: It’s a miniature park located in Bruparck, at the foot of the Atomium, in Brussels, Belgium. Mini-Europe has reproductions of monuments in the European Union and other countries within the continent of Europe on display, at a scale of 1:25. Roughly 80 cities and 350 buildings are represented.
    • Drive back to Amsterdam and as we proceed to the city of Lisse to tour the legendary Keukenhof Gardens (till the 10th May). Be astounded by the vast numbers of tulips, daffodils and hyacinths that create dazzling ranges of color.From 11th May we visit Madurodam a miniature park to see a range of perfect 1:25 scale model replicas of famous Dutch landmarks, historical cities and large developments. Feel like a giant amidst models of palaces, canals, windmills, harbours, airport and other Holland attractions.
    • Overnight at the hotel in Netherlands.      

    DAY 4
    Netherlands– Cologne (Approx 4 Hours Drive)

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Check out and before leaving Amsterdam, you will visit and the beautiful CANAL BELT: The four canals that make up the inner canal belt in Amsterdam are the Singel, the Herengracht, the Keizersgracht, and the Prinsengracht. This area is known in Dutch as the ‘Grachtengordel’. Built in the 17th century to deal with an increasing population during the Dutch Golden age, it is now a UNESCO World Heritage site.
    • Next we then drive towards Cologne, a 2000 years old city spanning the Rhine river and famous for Eau de Cologne.
    • On arrival see the imposing Cologne Cathedral, a Gothic masterpiece with its 516 feet twin towers, a World Heritage site and the largest cathedral in Northern Europe
    • Overnight at the hotel in Cologne.

    DAY 5
    Cologne – Frankfurt (Approx 3 Hours Drive)

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Check-out from the hotel and drive to Frankfurt.
    • Arrive and check-in to the hotel.
    • Evening free @ Leisure.
    • Overnight at the hotel

    DAY 6

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Today you leave your hotel for the full day tour FRANKFURT CATHEDRAL: When Germany was united in the 19th century, Frankfurt Cathedral took on special meaning because of its historical importance in the days of the Holy Roman Empire.The cathedral was begun in the 1300s and 1400s in the Gothic style, and has been faithfully rebuilt twice: Once after a fire in 1867 and then in the 1950s after the war.This former collegiate church was awarded the title of “cathedral” in 1562 when it started hosting the coronation ceremonies for the Holy Roman Kings.Ten kings were crowned at this very place from 1562 to 1792, and even before then the imperial elections were held in the church from 1356. Look out for the 14th-century choir stalls, the Baroque Assumption Altar and the 15th-century fresco of the life of Mary in the southern transept.
    • ROMERBERG: The quaintest square in the city is walled by photogenic medieval houses, a church and historic administrative buildings.The one that will grab your attention is the Römer, the middle of a group of three gabled buildings housing Frankfurt’s city hall since 1405. The neighboring “Goldener Schwan” building was also annexed, as the council decided to move into houses that were already standing instead of constructing one from scratch
    • In front is the Renaissance Fountain of Justice, dating to 1543, and on the opposite side of the square stands the 15th-century Old St Nicholas Church, which is incredibly came through the war without major damage.Most of the handsome half-timbered houses to the east and west have bar and restaurant terraces on their ground floors for an Apfelwein and pretzel.
    • STADEL MUSEUM: One of Germany’s top cultural attractions, the Städel Museum has recently been named German Museum of the Year following an extension for contemporary art in 2012. The museum was founded in 1815 when the banker Johann Friedrich Städel donated an invaluable collection of old masters to the city.The current museum building was designed in a palatial Gründerzeit style in 1878 and within there’s a marvelous array of painting from the 1300s to the present.Think Botticelli, Rembrandt, Hieronymus Bosch, Vermeer and van Eyck.For later movements like Romanticism, Impressionism and Expressionism you’ll find paintings by Caspar David Friedrich, Degas and Kirchner.
    • Back to hotel and overnight stay.

    DAY 7
    Fly Back

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Check-out and transfer to the international Airport for flight back.
    • Fly back with wonderful memories.

    Top Attractions of European Fast Track 6 Nights Tour Tour

    Van Gogh Museum

    The Van Gogh Museum is a Dutch art museum dedicated to the works of Vincent van Gogh and his contemporaries in the Museum Square in Amsterdam South close to the Stedelijk Museum the Rijksmuseum and the Concertgebouw.

    Hermitage Amsterdam

    Hermitage Amsterdam is a branch museum of the Hermitage Museum of Saint Petersburg Russia located on the banks of the Amstel river in Amsterdam

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