What's Included

  • All Inclusive Pricing
  • First Class Hotels
  • Deluxe A/C Motor Coaches
  • Fuel Surcharges and Gov't Taxes
  • Entrance and Program Fees
  • International Airfare from NY
  • Administrative Fee
  • Select Meals on Itinerary

Additional Baggage and Optional fees may apply.

Daily Itinerary

Day 1 April 19 -Depart USA

Depart on your international overnight flight.

Day 2 April 20 - Arrive in Amsterdam

April 20 - Arrive in Amsterdam where your tour conductor will greet you and escort you on a driving tour of the city.  One of the most impressive public gardens in the world, Keukenhof, presents a spectacular display of millions of flowering tulips spread out over 70 acres. Spend time ambling through this legendary garden, open only nine weeks a year and sometimes referred to as the "Garden of Europe."  Enjoy an early evening canal Boat Ride before dinner and overnight. (B, D)

Day 3 April 21 - Amsterdam

Visit the Rijksmuseum housing the best collection of works by the Dutch Masters. The arts flourished in the Netherlands in the 17th century and were not reserved for the elite classes but enjoyed by everyone. At the Van Gogh Museum houses the 200 paintings owned by Vincent’s younger brother Theo. Continue to the Anne Frank House, where Anne and the others went into hiding during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands, entering the secret rooms on July 6, 1942.  On August 4, 1944, they were removed by Dutch Nazis and sent to camps. Finish today at the Bloemenmarkt, a direct reflection of Holland’s love of flowers. (B)

Day 4 April 22 -Amsterdam

The Kröller-Müller Museum boasts the second-largest Van Gogh collection in the world: almost 90 paintings and over 180 drawings. The Van Gogh Gallery displays varying selections of about 40 works by Vincent van Gogh. You will also find masterpieces by modern masters such as Claude Monet, Georges Seurat, Pablo Picasso and Piet Mondriaan. In the sculpture garden, one of the largest in Europe, you can enjoy both sculptures and nature. Distributed throughout the garden are over 160 sculptures by iconic artists, from Aristide Maillol to Jean Dubuffet, from Marta Pan to Pierre Huyghe. (B)

Day 5 April 23 - Ghent & Bruges

Discover two medieval cities, Ghent and Bruges, on a highlights tour. Admire Ghent’s canal-side architecture and some of its famous sights, including the Castle of the Counts and Ghent Cathedral. Then visit Bruges, one of the best-preserved medieval cities in Europe. (B)

Day 6 April 24 - Giverny & Normandy Beaches

Visit Claude Monet’s gardens in Giverny and you will immediately recognize images immortalized in Monet’s most beloved paintings—such as water lilies, Japanese bridges and graceful willow trees. Wander around his famous gardens and home where he lived for more than four decades. Continue to Omaha Beach and the Normandy American Cemetery, paying your respects to those who lost their lives in the battle for Normandy. End the day visiting the beautiful city of Honfleur. (B, D)

Day 7 April 25 - Versaille & Montmarte

Today we will travel to the Palace of Versailles.  Originally a hunting lodge for the French aristocracy, Louis XIV transformed the buildings and grounds into the magnificent complex we see today.  Copied by several foreign monarchs, Versailles came to represent the excesses of kings during the French Revolution.  Preserved as a tribute to the people of France, the Hall of Mirrors served as the formal signing of the treaties to end World War I.  Enjoy a tour of the facilities and gardens, including the famous fountains.  Later in the day, visit Montmartre, long known as the city's premier artist's enclave. During the mid to late 1800s, artists also began calling Montmartre home. Pissarro and Jongkind were two of the first to live there, followed by other notable artists, including Edgar Degas, Henri Matisse, Toulouse-Lautrec, Pierre-Auguste Renoir and Pablo Picasso. Afterwards visit the Basillica de Sacre Coeur.  (B)

Day 8 April 26 - Museums

Today you will visit three of Paris’ excellent museums. The Orsay Museum (Musee d’Orsay) houses 19th century art, including Europe’s greatest impressionist collection. The Orangerie museum (Musee de l’Orangerie) is home to Monet’s Water Lilies and other modern collections. It is in a particularly beautiful setting and is considered by many to be their favorite museum. Of course, the Louvre Museum is Paris’ iconic establishment and home to one of the world’s most famous paintings: Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa. Afterwards enjoy a walk along the Seine River and finally a late afternoon visit to the Eiffel Tower. (B)

Day 9 April 27 - Paris on Own

Enjoy a day on your own exploring the sights and sounds of Paris. (B)

Day 10 April 28 - Depart for USA

Depart for USA

Departure Dates

  1. Saturday, April 19, 2025
    From $5398
Tour: XF25 Code: F