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Amsterdam - Pamplona - Barcelona by Air

9 to 13+ Nights from $2,335*
* This sample price: priced within the past 7 days for arrival on 5/17/2024, departure from New York City NYC (All Airports) (NY), US. Choose your own departure city and dates.

This 9 night sample itinerary includes:

  • Flight into Amsterdam and out of Barcelona
  • Hotel for 3 nights in Amsterdam
  • Flight from Amsterdam to Pamplona
  • Hotel for 3 nights in Pamplona
  • Flight from Pamplona to Barcelona
  • Hotel for 3 nights in Barcelona

Combine Netherlands and Spain! This popular vacation visits Amsterdam (a city renowned for tolerance and diversity; museums highlight the city`s acceptance of all creeds and the infamous Red Light district exemplifies the city`s progressive attitude); Pamplona (best known for the Running of the Bulls (Feast of San Fermin) in July. During this legendary multiday festival, bulls are led through the city streets by daredevil runners) and Barcelona (combining a unique cultural heritage with the best in fashion, architecture, food, style, music and good times - this buzzing city is always on the cutting edge). Flights between cities. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

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  • Barcelona

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Trip Summary

  • 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. Visit Dam Square, Anne Frank House, Bloemenmarkt, Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, Canal Belt, Jordaan, Red Light District and so much more!

  • Pamplona

    Ernest Hemingway put Pamplona on the map by describing the famed running of the bulls. One can see the encierros (bull running) during Fiesta de San Fermín, usually between July 6 and July 14. The non-stop party atmosphere is spiced up by fireworks, Basque flute concerts, and wine. To get a hold of a bed, one must reserve a hotel one year in advance or stay in a neighboring town. Once a fortified city and the capital of the ancient kingdom of Navarre, Pamplona is more than one-event town.

  • Barcelona

    Barcelona, the old Roman Barcino, is Sprain's second city, always on the biting edge of fashion, architecture, food, style, music and good times. Walk its narrow streets and wonderful plazas, or along the Ramblas, stretching from Plaza de Cataluna to the Harbor, encompassing the magic of the city: stalls full of books, birds and flowers. The city's most powerful monuments open a window onto its history: the intricately carved edifices that comprise the medieval Gothic Quarter; the curvilinear modernism (Catalan Art Nouveau) that inspired Gaudi's Sagrada Familia; and the seminal surrealist works of Picasso and Miró, found in museums that peg Barcelona as a crucial incubator for 20th-century art. The recent restoration of the port area began with the development of a harbor for the Olympic Games of 1992. New modern squares, designed by leading artists such as Miro and Barcelo have created a new style alongside Gaudi's modernist buildings. Now the city is ready to show every visitor how it has been transformed into one of the most moderns and active cities in Europe. Explore The Sagrada Familia, Picasso Museum, La Rambla, Barri Gotic, Park Guell, modernist buildings, Montjuic Hill, Barceloneta and so much more!

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