Amsterdam Brussels And Paris Rail Tour
This delightful rail tour connects you with countries, cultures and culinary delights in some of northern Europe’s best-loved areas. Three overnights in each of the cities set a leisurely pace that lets you truly immerse yourself in this memorable vacation.
Anne Frank House
Anne Frank, whose famous diary was first published in 1947, was a victim of the Nazi persecution of the Jews during the Second World War. In this house, open to the public since 1960, she hid with her family during the Nazi occupation of Amsterdam. They were there for two years, until they were discovered and sent to concentration camps. The only survivor of the group was Otto Frank, Anne's father, who recovered her diary.
Cannals By Boat
The 165 canals in Amsterdam are one of the city’s most iconic images. The best way to visit them is by taking a boat trip. Several companies offer this service on boats that either have an open-top or glass roof, enabling visitors to see all the sights from the water. For example, Canal Bus, with its ‘hop on, hop off’ fare, gives you the option to get on and off the boat as often as you like for one or two days.
Dam Square is the city's historic and tourist hub. It has borne witness to some of the most significant events in Amsterdam's history, but today it's a peaceful spot, despite being packed with tourists. The square is home to the Royal Palace, the National Monument in memory of World War II victims, and the Nieuwe Kerk church, which dates from the early 15th century. A great place to start exploring the city.
Diamond Museum Amsterdam
The Dutch capital was awarded this title in the 16th century when it became one of the world’s major diamond trading centres. Traditional businesses in the sector such as Gassan and Coster organise guided tours of their factories. The Coster headquarters houses the Diamond Museum Amsterdam, which displays some extremely high quality pieces. They show how diamonds are polished and cut and even explain how to tell the difference between fake and real ones.
Dutch tulips are at their best in April and May. An excellent place to see them is the Keukenhof Gardens, about 50km from Amsterdam, with over 7 million bulbs and some 800 varieties of tulips growing here. When in bloom, this 32-hectare park turns into a dazzling ‘carpet’ of a thousand colours. Activities are organised for the youngest members of the family.
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