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The Amsterdam and Paris tour is a comprehensive travel experience that takes you through two of Europe's most iconic cities. Amsterdam is known for its charming canals, biking culture, art, and cuisine, while Paris is famous for its romantic ambiance, stunning architecture, museums, and gastronomy. This tour allows you to experience the best of both worlds, starting with the art, culture, and cuisine of Amsterdam before moving on to explore the romance and beauty of Paris. You'll have the opportunity to take canal cruises in Amsterdam, cycle through the city's most scenic routes, and savor Dutch cuisine and drinks. In Paris, you'll enjoy the city of lights tour, architecture and history tour, and food and wine tour, experiencing the city's illuminated landmarks, stunning buildings and monuments, museums, and gastronomy. Whether you're interested in art, history, culture, or cuisine, the Amsterdam and Paris tour has something for everyone. Book now to experience the ultimate European adventure!

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Amsterdam and Paris are two of the most iconic cities in Europe, each with their own unique charm and attractions. Amsterdam, the capital city of the Netherlands, is famous for its picturesque canals, biking culture, art museums, and delicious cuisine. The city boasts a rich history and culture, and is home to many world-renowned museums such as the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum.

On the other hand, Paris, the capital city of France, is known for its romantic ambiance, stunning architecture, and rich cultural heritage. The city is home to some of the world's most famous landmarks, such as the Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame Cathedral, and the Louvre Museum, as well as many charming neighborhoods, sidewalk cafes, and gourmet restaurants.

Both cities offer a blend of old-world charm and modern amenities, providing visitors with plenty of opportunities to immerse themselves in the local culture, history, and cuisine. Whether you're interested in art, architecture, shopping, or simply soaking up the atmosphere, Amsterdam and Paris are sure to leave you with lasting memories.

So, why not take a stroll along Amsterdam's picturesque canals, or rent a bike and explore the city like a local? Or, perhaps, indulge in some French cuisine at a Parisian bistro, before taking a romantic stroll along the Seine River? Whatever your interests, both cities offer a wealth of experiences that are sure to captivate and inspire.


Prepare yourself! You are leaving today for Amsterdam to start your Amsterdam and Paris Highlights tour.

Upon arrival in Amsterdam, claim your bags and proceed toward the arrival hall.  Our representative will meet you and assist you with your transfer to the hotel. (Standard check-in time is 3:00 pm). Check-in at the hotel and catch up on your rest. 

Overnight in Amsterdam

Your group will have an exciting tour of Amsterdam after breakfast at the hotel with a local guide in the lobby. The town got its name approximately 800 years ago when the Amstel River was dammed. Instead of medieval fishing boats, the group will see 17th-century houses, street performers, and luxurious stores. The historic heart of Amsterdam is located in Dam Square, where the Royal Palace, originally built as the Town Hall, and the Mint Tower, with its clock and bells that still evoke the city's Golden Age, can be found. The Weeping Tower, dating back to the 16th century, is also of particular interest due to its legend about sailors' wives bidding their husbands farewell. During the tour, the group will also pass the Floating Flower Market on Singel Canal and the Anne Frank House, and the Westerkerk on a comfortable boat. The cruise will showcase both old and new architectural masterpieces along the Piet Heinkade on the IJ River, and it will last for 75 minutes. The tour will end in the city center, and the rest of the day is free for shopping, wandering along Amsterdam's canals, and sampling more of the country's cuisine. Don't forget to bring your camera to capture the enviable shots!

Overnight in Amsterdam

Today, our group will head to Keukenhof Park, one of Holland's most iconic landscapes known for its endless tulip fields, after breakfast at the hotel. The legendary Keukenhof Gardens, with its vast display of colorful tulips, daffodils, and hyacinths, is considered the world's greatest flower show and Holland's annual spring gift to the world. The park is home to over 7 million flower bulbs, and gardeners work tirelessly for months to prepare the park for its short but glorious season. The bulbs are arranged according to a different theme every year. After exploring the park on your own, return to Amsterdam for a free day to explore the city. Put on your most comfortable shoes and walk around the elaborate canal system while admiring the centuries-old gabled homes that line the water. Take a break and relax in a leafy square while enjoying a crisp pilsner and watching the hustle and bustle of Amsterdammers going about their business.

Overnight in Amsterdam

After breakfast and check-out, transfer to the station to board your train to Paris, France's fashionable, dynamic – and very historic capital city. Upon arrival in Paris, you will be met and transferred to the hotel.

The rest of the evening is at leisure.

Add-on Siene River Cruise with dinner and transfers – USD 225
Evening get ready to enjoy a dinner on-board whilst cruising on the River Seine. Discover Paris, the City of Lights, from the water and see the iconic monuments of Paris illuminated. Climb aboard a panoramic sightseeing boat for a dinner cruise along the River Seine in central Paris. Enjoy an à-la-carte 3-course meal as you take in views of the "City of Lights" at night. Dine in a glassed-in boat and admire the historic quays and iconic monuments that pass by. See the golden dome of Les Invalides, the French Parliament, the former Beaux-Arts railway station of the Musée d’Orsay, and the gothic façade of Notre Dame Cathedral.

Compliment your cruise with a 3-course meal complete with optional extras, including Champagne, more aperitifs, and priority seating. Dock back at your starting point with your eyes full of wonder and your belly full of delicious food and drinks.

Overnight in Paris

Today, we will explore the enchanting 'City of Lights' with our Local Specialist. Our tour will begin with a visit to the grand Champs-Élysées, the iconic Arc de Triomphe, the historic Place de la Concorde, and the majestic Notre Dame Cathedral. We will then stroll along the glamorous Champs-Élysées and witness the hustle and bustle of traffic around the Arc de Triomphe before reaching the Eiffel Tower. Here, our guide will provide us with fascinating insights that will help us make the most of our visit to this famous tower. With our guide, we will skip the waiting lines on the ground and head straight to the second level. On the second level, we will enjoy stories about the Eiffel Tower and its unique history, and admire the panoramic views of the City of Light, including Notre Dame, Louvre Museum, the Arc de Triomphe, and Les Invalides. After our guided tour, we will have free time to explore the first and second floors of the Eiffel Tower on our own. On our way down, we can stop at the first level and experience the glass floor that's situated some 200 feet above the ground. We will then have free time for lunch (at our own expense) before heading to the world-famous Louvre Museum, the most visited museum in the world. With over 35,000 pieces of art,  Louvre has a rich history and secrets to explore. We will see famous sculptures like the Venus de Milo and the Winged Victory of Samothrace, discuss paintings by renowned artists such as Delacroix and Michelangelo, explore the underground Medieval Moat, and appreciate the grand Apollo Gallery. We will also see iconic artworks like Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa, the Nike of Samothrace, and Jacques-Louis David's The Coronation of Napoleon, as well as masterpieces by Titian, Raphael, Rembrandt, Caravaggio, and many others. After the tour, we will return to the hotel and unwind.

Overnight in Paris

Today is a free day in Paris for you to enjoy at your leisure. There are plenty of activities to choose from depending on your interests.

For a more relaxed day, why not take a stroll along the Seine River or explore some of Paris's beautiful parks and gardens, such as the Jardin des Tuileries or the Luxembourg Gardens? You could also indulge in some French cuisine at a local bistro or cafe.

If you're feeling adventurous, consider pre-booking one of our suggested add-ons

Add-on Palace of Versailles & Gardens tour from Paris – USD 120 Per person (minimum 6 pax)
Explore the expansive royal gardens, see yourself in the 357 mirrors of the glittering Hall of Mirrors, and learn about France’s monarchical history on this visit to the Palace of Versailles. Skip the hassle of getting to the palace from Paris with pre-booked transportation and admission.

Imagine yourself a member of the French court as you peruse the ornate state apartments that housed the French monarchy from 1682 to 1789. Get the details on palace gossip and France’s revolutionary history with an included audio guide.

Spend hours exploring the legendary gardens. Admire the pristine fountains, sculptures, and beautifully manicured lawns. Discover Marie Antoinette’s private estate and the controversial Hamlet

Add-on Normandy D-Day Beaches tour from Paris – USD 210 Per person (minimum 10 pax)
Explore the beautiful Normandy countryside on a fully guided day trip of the D-Day landing sites and discover the rich traditions of Normandy at a typical cider and Calvados farm. The tour departs Paris for the historical battlefields and landing beaches along the coast, including the Utah Beach Museum, housed in an original German bunker on the very beach where the first American troops landed.

Learn about the complicated planning behind Operation Overlord and hear touching stories of ordinary men and women whose actions shaped the face of Europe as it is known today. The museum also offers unparalleled views over Utah Beach and is home to one of the only remaining B-26 airplanes in the world. Enjoy a Norman-style lunch of freshly prepared seasonal produce in a restaurant overlooking the port of Grandcamp Maisy. Next, stop at a traditional cider-making orchard, and taste the ciders and Calvados (apple brandy) typical to the region in a 17th-century barn. After that, travel to the Pointe du Hoc to see the German cliff-top defense that was heroically taken by US Rangers during the D-Day landings. Overlooking the English Channel, the site remains much as it was over half a century ago, with original German fortifications and the crater scars of bombs. Pay your respects at the American Cemetery at Colleville-sur-Mer, located on a bluff overlooking Omaha Beach. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., son of President Roosevelt, and a Medal of Honor recipient, is buried here, along with almost 10,000 soldiers.

Add-on Day trip to Mont-Saint-Michel from Paris – USD 195 Per person (minimum 10 pax)
Depart Paris to the amazing, fortified city of Mont Saint-Michel off the Normandy coast. Sit back and relax and get stunning views of the countryside along the way. Stop for a break at a nearby village dating back to the days of the Normans and stroll the winding streets and narrow pathways to find the best views of the bay. Continue to the mouth of the Couesnon River, where Mont-Saint-Michel was built on an islet just a few hundred meters from the mainland.

Spend the afternoon exploring the remarkable monuments of the walled city, classified as a world heritage site by UNESCO since 1979. Take time to discover the rocky islet at your own pace. Climb along the ramparts to make your way up to the abbey at the top of the town.

Visit the Abbey of Mont-Saint-Michel with an included entrance ticket. this Benedictine building has played a vital role in the history of the commune and the feudal society it represents. Marvel at this magnificent example of Gothic architecture from the early 13th century.

Admire views of the surrounding bay before leaving Mont-Saint-Michel in the late afternoon. Be driven back to the French capital to get dropped off at the starting point.

Overnight in Paris

Today marks the end of your amazing Amsterdam and Paris highlights tour. After breakfast this morning, your tour officially concludes. You will be transferred to the airport at the designated time for your return flight.


  • 06 Nights’ Accommodation in listed hotels or similar based on DBL / TWN sharing basis.
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Guided city tour of Amsterdam
  • Tour Keukenhof Gardens' seventy-nine acres of tulips, daffodils and hyacinths in Lisse
  • Guided Paris city tour
  • Admission to Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum
  • Train ticket from Amsterdam to Paris
  • All transfers and sightseeing as per the itinerary
  • Transport in private / scheduled touring vehicles
  • Services of English-speaking driver/ guide for all transfers and sightseeing
  • International airfare ex New York or Atlanta
  • Airport taxes and fuel surcharge
  • All local applicable taxes


  • All other meals
  • Porterage at the hotels
  • All other sightseeing or Services
  • Gratuities for meals, tourist guides, drivers
  • Beverages during the meals
  • Visa fee
  • Travel Insurance
  • Covid RTPCR Testing fees
  • Personal expenses such as alcoholic and other beverages, telephone calls, and laundry
  • Any other services or Items not mentioned above as included.
  • Local city taxes EUR 4 to EUR 5 per day

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Visa requirements:  In order to enter France, U.S., and Canadian citizens need a valid passport with an expiration date extending at least six months beyond the date of reentry.

  • We recommend having at least one blank passport page for entry stamps.
  • There is no visa required for U.S. or Canadian citizens.
  • If you are not a U.S. or Canadian citizen, you must contact your destination country’s consulate for your specific entry requirements.

Touring and Pace: You will walk for at least 1 hour daily across mostly flat terrain, including cobblestone streets and paved roads, with some hills.

  • Travelers should be healthy enough to participate in all included walks without assistance. Adding optional excursions may increase the total amount of walking on your tour.
  • You should feel comfortable managing your own baggage at times.


The weather in Amsterdam is generally mild and can be quite changeable throughout the year. The city has a maritime climate, meaning that temperatures are moderated by the nearby North Sea. Here is an overview of the weather in Amsterdam by season:

Spring (March - May): Spring in Amsterdam is generally cool and can be quite rainy, but the city starts to come alive with the blooming of tulips in parks and gardens.

Summer (June - August): Summer in Amsterdam is mild to warm with average temperatures ranging from 18°C (64°F) to 22°C (72°F). The city can get busy with tourists during this time, and occasional rain showers are possible.

Fall (September - November): Fall in Amsterdam can be cool and rainy, but the changing colors of the leaves on the trees and canals make for beautiful scenery.

Winter (December - February): Winter in Amsterdam is cold, with average temperatures around 5°C (41°F). The city can experience occasional snow or freezing rain, but the festive holiday season makes it a popular time to visit.

Paris has a temperate oceanic climate, characterized by mild to cool winters and warm summers, with occasional rainfall throughout the year. Here is an overview of the weather in Paris by season:

Spring (March - May): Spring in Paris is mild and pleasant with occasional rainfall, and average temperatures range from 8°C (46°F) to 18°C (64°F).

Summer (June - August): Summer in Paris is generally warm and sunny, with average temperatures ranging from 15°C (59°F) to 25°C (77°F). However, there can be occasional heat waves and thunderstorms.

Fall (September - November): Fall in Paris is mild and pleasant, with average temperatures ranging from 8°C (46°F) to 18°C (64°F). It can be a great time to visit the city, as there are fewer tourists and the changing colors of the leaves can be beautiful.

Winter (December - February): Winter in Paris is generally cold, with average temperatures ranging from 3°C (37°F) to 8°C (46°F). The city can experience occasional snow or freezing rain, but the holiday season makes it a popular time to visit.

Language: The official language of Amsterdam and the Netherlands is Dutch, but English is widely spoken and understood throughout the city, especially in tourist areas. Most locals are fluent in English, and many signs and menus are available in both Dutch and English

The official language of Paris and France is French, but English is also widely spoken and understood in tourist areas, especially in hotels, restaurants, and shops. Most locals in Paris can communicate in basic English, but it is always appreciated when visitors try to speak a few phrases in French

Currency: The official currency is the EUR (EUR), and most places accept credit and debit cards. It is advisable to exchange currency or withdraw cash upon arrival.

Electricity: The standard voltage in Europe, is 230 volts AC, with a frequency of 50 hertz. The plug sockets used are Type F, which are also commonly used throughout Europe. Type F sockets have two round pins and a grounding pin, and they are compatible with devices that have a Type C plug (two round pins) as well. If you are traveling from a country that uses a different voltage or plug type, you may need a voltage converter or an adapter to use your electronic devices in Europe

Time zone: Amsterdam and Paris is located in the Central European Time Zone (CET), which is UTC+1. During the summer months, from the last Sunday in March to the last Sunday in October, the time zone is shifted to Central European Summer Time (CEST), which is UTC+2. It is important to take note of the time difference if you are traveling from a different time zone, to ensure that you arrive at your destination on time and avoid any potential confusion.

Safety: Amsterdam and Paris are relatively safe cities for travelers, but it is still important to take basic precautions. It is recommended to keep an eye on your belongings and be aware of your surroundings, especially in crowded areas, such as train stations, tourist attractions, and markets. It is also recommended to avoid walking alone at night in unfamiliar areas and to take taxis or public transportation instead. Additionally, be cautious of pickpockets, who may operate in crowded areas, such as train stations and tourist attractions.


The Amsterdam and Paris tour combo was a once-in-a-lifetime experience! We loved every minute of it, from the canal boat ride in Amsterdam to the view of the Eiffel Tower from the Seine River in Paris. The tour guide was knowledgeable and friendly, and the accommodations were excellent. Highly recommend

Ricky verified

This tour was the perfect way to explore both Amsterdam and Paris in one trip. We loved the mix of guided tours and free time to explore on our own. The itinerary was well-planned and allowed us to see all of the major highlights of each city. The transportation between cities was comfortable and efficient. Would definitely recommend to anyone

Cassandra M verified

The Amsterdam and Paris tour combo was a great value for the price. We saw so much in just one week, from the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam to the Louvre in Paris. The hotels were comfortable and conveniently located, and the tour guide was excellent. We felt like we really got to know each city and their unique cultures. Highly recommend!

Cathy & Jordan verified

This tour was a dream come true! We had always wanted to visit Amsterdam and Paris, and this tour allowed us to see both cities in one trip. The itinerary was well-planned, and we had plenty of free time to explore on our own. The tour guide was knowledgeable and helpful, and the accommodations were top-notch. Would definitely recommend this tour to anyone looking to explore these beautiful cities

JJ verified