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The Complete Benelux (Self Drive)

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This 17 night sample itinerary includes:

  • Hotel for 2 night in Amsterdam
  • Rental Car 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
  • Driving Time
    Amsterdam - Arnhem: 1 hr. 15 mins. approx.
    Arnhem - Maastrich: 1 hr. 55 mins. approx.
    Maastrich - Luxembourg: 2 hrs. 25 mins. approx.
    Luxembourg - Brussels: 2 hrs. 30 mins. approx.
    Brussels - Bruges: 1 hr. 20 mins. approx.
    Bruges - Ghent: 50 mins. approx.
    Ghent - Antwerp: 50 mins. approx.
    Antwerp - Amsterdam: 1 hr. 55 mins. approx.

A wonderful combination of stunning cities in Benelux: Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg. Visit Amsterdam (Netherlands’ capital, known for its artistic heritage, elaborate canal system and narrow houses with gabled facades),Arnhem and Maastrich (known in the Netherlands and beyond for its lively squares, narrow streets, and historic buildings) in The Netherlands. Continue to Luxembourg (is famed for its fortified medieval old town perched on sheer cliffs). After that, drive along Belgium and explore: Brussels (a very unique city that boasts an astounding blend of Art Deco Taverns, unique Flemish Art, towering Gothic Cathedrals and quaint guild houses), Bruges (one of the best-preserved medieval towns in Europe, famous for its luxurious lace making), Ghent, and Antwerp (the capital of the world's diamond business). Drive to Amsterdam for one last stay before returning home. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

Flexible Itinerary

  • Amsterdam

  • Arnhem

  • Maastricht

  • Luxembourg City

  • Brussels

  • Bruges

  • Ghent

  • Antwerp

  • Amsterdam

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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!

  • 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 Hartenstein, you can visit the Airborne Museum or medieval Doorwerth Castle.

    Visit Burgers' Zoo, Arnhem Open-Air Museum, the Airborne Museum, Sonsbeek Park, GelreDome, and so much more!

  • 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).

    Explore Vrijthof, St. Servatius Basilica, St. Pietersberg Caves, Maastricht Underground, Bonnefantenmuseum, and so much more!

  • 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.

    Visit the Grand Ducal Palace (Palais Grand-Ducal), Notre-Dame Cathedral, Casemates du Bock, The Grund, Place d'Armes, Chemin de la Corniche and so much more!

  • 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.
    Enjoy the Grand-Place, Cantillon Brewery, Mini-Europe, Belgian Comic Strip Center, Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, Saint-Michel Cathedral and so much more!

  • Bruges

    With the city center closed off to cars, all the architectural and artistic treasures, folklore, chocolate shops, lace boutiques, and ambient restaurants the unforgettable city of Bruges can be easily explored on foot, by boat ride along quiet canals, or by horse-drawn carriage among cobblestone streets. Take your time and fully enjoy what this city has to offer, there is so much to experience in this city that has also made the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. Visit the Bruges' Markt (main square), Belfry, Basilica of the Holy Blood, Stadhuis (Town Hall), Liberty of Bruges, Groeninge Museum, Church of Our Lady, Memling Museum, Sint Jansspitaal, Beguinage, Dijver Mansions, Minewater Lake, De Hale Maan Brewery, and so much more!

  • 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 beguinages, 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. Visit the Cathedral of St. Bavo, Gravensteen Castle, The Belfry, Graslei, Korenmarkt, Saint Michael's Church and Sint-Michielsbrug, Korenlei Canal, Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of Ghent, Old Market Area, Vismarkt and Kraanlei, Ruins of Sint-Baafsabdij, and so much more!

  • Antwerp

    Antwerp is a small metropolis, but it's definitely a vast treasure trove of adventures, cultures, and experiences! Over the years up to today, people have called it a lot of things: the city of diamonds, the city of fashion, the city on the Scheldt, the city of Rubens, and the port city, and it is definitely all of these things, as well as being a city full of charm, culture and sophistication. If you enjoy engaging museums and galleries, excellent gastronomy, hunting down street art and sculptures, alongside sipping some of Belgium's finest beers in trendy bars and old-school cafes, then this is the city for you. Visit the Grand Place (Grote Markt), Cathedral of Our Lady, Antwerp Zoo, Chocolate Nation, Museum aan de Stroom (MAS), Rubens' House (Rubenshuis), Red Star Line Museum, and so much more!

  • 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!

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