Amsterdam, the capital city of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, is a top financial and cultural centre in Europe and the world. With its famous canal system and unique charm, Amsterdam offers many ways to see the city and is a wonderful place for walks and bike rides. Its many museums such as the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museums is sure to delight art lovers. Other sites such as Anne Frank’s House and others make it a popular destination for teachers of many subjects.
Bruges, the largest city of West Flanders, was once part of a vital trade route which made it flourish and the chief commercial city in the 12th century. Today, many landmarks remain from this golden age and make for an interesting visit. The historic city centre, with its 13th century belfry is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the Basilica of the Holy Blood offers Christians an opportunity to see a relic of the holy blood.Ask a Question Get a Quote
Evening: Departure from your school and overnight travel to Amsterdam by coach.
Morning: Breakfast stop outside of Amsterdam. Travel into city for canal-boat cruise to see the city (audio guide included).
Afternoon: Walking tour of city. See Dam Square, flower markets, Rembrandtplein, Rijksmuseum, and much more.
Evening: Check-in at our hotel with optional dinner. Optional evening Red-Light District tour to visit this infamous area of Amsterdam.
Morning: After breakfast, check-out of hotel and travel to see presentation of cheese and clog making by a Dutch farmer.
Afternoon: Arrive in Bruges and start of walking tour and see the sites of this medievil Belgium city.
Evening: Travel to Calais for crossing back to England and return to school.