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The Netherlands, Belgium, U.K|9-day tour

✈ Departure Dates: **Minimum 10 people**
2023: 10/07, 10/25
2024: 3/23, 3/30, 4/08, 4/22, 5/04, 6/29, 7/20, 8/17, 9/07
【Package Included】
✔ 7 nights accommodations in 4-star hotel
✔ Daily hotel breakfast, 5 lunches, and 7 dinners
✔ Round-trip airport transfers to the hotel
✔ Chinese-speaking guide, transportations, attraction tickets boat tickets & TGV train tickets
✔ One bottle of water per person per day
【Package Excluded】
✘ International round-trip airfare
✘ Daily tips for the guide and driver, suggested 12 euros per person/day
✘ Expenses of personal in nature

Itinerary Features Daily Itinerary Register for trip


|Travel characteristic experience|

Windmills, clogs, flowers, cheese, bicycles, the impression of Holland, vivid your throbbing heart
Get a glimpse of the bustling Dam Square, the royal palace surrounding the square, the new church, and the national monument
The classical architecture of the Dutch golden age is in harmony with the modern urban life, full of the unique leisure taste of the Dutch style.
Canals, gable houses, bicycles, and diverse cultural feasts make Amsterdam unique and charming

After witnessing the world cultural heritage, follow the footsteps of the crowd to find the well-known bronze statue of Pissing Boy. There is also a comic star in Belgium - Ding Ding - whether famous or not, when you arrive in Belgium, why not try to understand the local Ding Ding comic culture and recall our childhood days is also a good thing, you think so! Witness the world cultural heritage , followed the footsteps of the crowd to find the bronze statue of the well-known "Peeing Kid".
In Belgium, there is also a comic star ''Ding Ding'', whether famous or not.
When you arrive in Belgium, why not try to understand the local Tintin comics culture and reminisce about our childhood days is also a good thing, don’t you think so?

DAY 1  USA ✈ Amsterdam 

DAY 2  Amsterdam 

After the flight arrival, we will head to the Windmill Village - Zaanse Schans, located just 15 minutes north of Amsterdam in the Zaandam area. Here, you can see the lively rotation of windmills. Zaanse Schans is an open-air museum for tourists, but for the Dutch people of the 17th and 18th centuries, it was a place of life and work. You can witness how the Dutch utilized windmills to generate power and grind wood for paint production. Additionally, you can explore the charming residential area with green streets and white lace curtains, showcasing the authentic Dutch atmosphere.

We will visit important landmarks in Amsterdam city center, such as the Royal Palace of Amsterdam and Dam Square. You will also have the opportunity to visit a diamond cutting factory and learn how diamonds transform from ordinary stones to dazzling gems through precise cutting. Amsterdam is one of the world's leading diamond centers! The cut of a diamond directly affects its brightness. Unlike color and clarity, the grade of cut is determined by human craftsmanship rather than nature.

Enjoy a Canal Cruise (including boat ticket) to admire the scenic beauty of the canals. The unique architectural style of Amsterdam and beautiful European-style waterfront houses will captivate your eyes. The exterior views of buildings from the 16th and 17th centuries, representing the prosperity of the Golden Age, are reflected in these meticulously constructed structures.

Breakfast: X | Lunch: X | Dinner: Local specialty fish fillet meal
Radisson Hotel & Suites Amsterdam South or similar

DAY 3  Amsterdam - Giethoorn - Kasteel De Haar - Amsterdam 

Giethoorn: Giethoorn, also known as the "Green Venice," is famous for its reflection of green houses on the water. The roofs of the houses are made of thatched reeds, providing insulation from the heat in summer and protection from rain and sun. What was once a result of poverty and limited resources has now become a high-income residential area, showcasing the stark contrast over time. To experience the beauty of Giethoorn, a canal tour (including boat ticket) is arranged, allowing you to glide through the serene village on a flat-bottomed wooden boat.

Giethoorn is referred to as the "Venice of the North" and the "Dutch Venice." It gained its fame because there are no cars or roads here, only a dense network of canals and 176 small wooden bridges connecting the houses. The primary mode of transportation for the locals is the traditional punt boat, propelled by a long pole. As many houses can only be reached by water, even the local postman delivers mail by boat, and weddings are celebrated by taking a bridal boat to the church. Centuries ago, when the first settlers arrived, they discovered that peat was the most abundant and only resource underground. Through years of excavation, numerous canals and lakes of various sizes were formed. Subsequently, in order to facilitate the transportation of goods by boats, the channels were connected and widened, resulting in the interwoven network of waterways seen today. In present-day Giethoorn, apart from the joyful voices of tourists, the loudest sounds you'll hear are the quacking of ducks and the chirping of birds, creating an enchanting fairy-tale world secluded from the rest of the world. Here, you can peacefully enjoy a holiday and fulfill your European fairy-tale dream by immersing yourself in the gifts of nature.

Kasteel De Haar: Visit Kasteel De Haar, a castle dating back to the 14th century located near Utrecht. The castle underwent restoration in the 19th century. Explore the interior of Kasteel De Haar (including admission ticket), and admire the garden adorned with numerous roses. The Dutch, who have a fondness for flowers, often visit with their families to appreciate the ever-changing scenery of flowers in the garden according to the seasons, while also enjoying the refreshing air amidst the woods.

Breakfast: Hotel|Lunch: Western style lunch|Dinner: Chinese style dinner
Hotel: Radisson Hotel & Suites Amsterdam South or similar

DAY 4  Amsterdam - Rotterdam - Antwerp

Visit the Rijksmuseum (including admission ticket) in your itinerary. If the museum is closed for renovations, the itinerary will be adjusted accordingly in terms of the order of activities.The Rijksmuseum houses masterpieces from the Golden Age, including Rembrandt's "The Night Watch" and works by other renowned painters such as Vermeer. (**For tours departing in March, April, and May, the itinerary will be adjusted to include a visit to Keukenhof Gardens. Keukenhof Gardens is home to over 1,000 varieties of tulips, where millions of flowers bloom in a breathtaking display of colors under the careful care of skilled gardeners. This option is available only for tours in March, April, and May.)

  • Rotterdam: a charming and historic city, an urban style full of post-modern buildings
  • Market Rotterdam: Huge glass curtains and bright murals of gourmet galaxy
  • Cube House: The forest-themed concept is as dazzling as being in a kaleidoscope
  • Blaaktoren: a place where humorous and funny buildings gather, which is the epitome of Rotterdam New Town

Breakfast: Hotel|Lunch: Chinese lunch in Rotterdam|Dinner: Western dinner
Hotel: NH Collection Antwerp Center NH Hotel Antwerp Center or similar

DAY 5   Antwerp - Brussels,Belgium

We will visit Brussels, also known as the "Capital of Europe," where we will explore the Brussels Town Hall, Maison Du Roi (King's House), Masion Des Ducs De Brabant (Dukes of Brabant House), and other classical architectural wonders. The world-renowned Grand Place in Brussels, hailed by the French literary giant Victor Hugo as the most beautiful square in the world, will captivate us with its stunning beauty. We will also see the famous Manneken Pis bronze statue, depicting a little boy urinating. Legend has it that the boy extinguished the fuse of a bomb set to explode the Brussels Town Hall with his accidental act of urination. To commemorate his brave deed, this statue was erected.

Breakfast: Hotel|Lunch: Own Arrangement|Dinner: Western Dinner (Main Course: Mussels)
Hotel: Hilton Brussels Grand Place or similar

DAY 6  Brussels - London (via TGV Eurostar), visit London U.K - Oxford - Bibury - Swindon 

After breakfast, head to the railway station to take the Eurostar high-speed train to London, the "foggy city".

  • The oldest food market in London: It doesn't look like an old market at all. The stalls have been designed and planned. Although there are live cooking stalls, the cleanliness is first-class
  • Oxford: both a serious academic palace and the origin of the Alice in Wonderland story
  • Christ Church College: Oxford's largest college with the most spectacular architecture, and also the most popular tourist attraction in Oxford because of Harry Potter. The city is full of strong academic atmosphere, such as All Souls College, University College, Baudrian Library and its famous Radcliffe Vault, etc.
  • Bibury: the most beautiful small town in England

Breakfast: Hotel|Lunch: Self-care - in the oldest gourmet market in London|Dinner: Western-style dinner
Hotel: Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Swindon or similar

DAY 7  Swindon - Bath - Windsor Castle - London

Go to Bath, a town of world cultural heritage: the streets and alleys are full of ancient Roman flavor

  • Bath Abbey: majestic façade, the largest Gothic building in the west of England
  • Ancient Roman Baths: An unmissable historical site, which faithfully presents the appearance of the baths at that time, and hot spring water still gushes out today
  • The scenes of "Pride and Prejudice" and "Les Miserables", the Pulteney Bridge connecting the two sides of the Avon River, is a fascinating postcard scene
  • Royal Crescent Square: a semicircular building that grows on a large piece of green turf like a crescent moon. It is the most famous Georgian building in Bath
  • Windsor Castle: A wooden fortress built by William the Conqueror on the hills of the Thames River, a magnificent and magnificent palace; it is also the favorite palace of the Queen of England

Breakfast: Hotel|Lunch: Western|Afternoon: English Afternoon Tea
Dinner: Burger and lobster, a famous burger and lobster restaurant
Hotel: Hilton London Metropole or similar

DAY 8  London 

After breakfast, embark on a sightseeing tour of the "Foggy City" - London. Located downstream of the River Thames, the famous landmarks are mostly situated along both sides of the river. Don't miss iconic sights such as Tower Bridge, Tower of London, Millennium Bridge, House of Parliament, and the Big Ben.

  • British Museum: The cultural relics collected in the museum are all-encompassing and eye-opening, and the mummy on the second floor is not to be missed
  • St Paul's Cathedral: Diana and Charles' wedding ceremony in 1981
  • Westminster Abbey: Listed as a World Heritage Site in 1987, the Gothic-style church has always been the place where British monarchs are buried and enthroned

Breakfast: Hotel|Lunch: Dim Sum and Tea in Chinatown|Dinner: Western-style dinner
Hotel: Hilton London Metropole or similar

DAY 9  End a beautiful journey, return to sweet home 

Today marks the end of our delightful journey. You are free to book a suitable flight to depart from London according to your needs. Our staff will provide a one-time transfer service from the hotel to the airport. For all other flights, guests are responsible for arranging their own transportation to the airport.

Breakfast: Hotel buffet

Please read the terms and conditions carefully before registering.

Is this tour suitable for me?

  • ​​Suitable age: Due to quality considerations and local restrictions, only applicants over 12 years old will be accepted
  • Wheelchair access: Due to limited facilities, some attractions may need to be waived without refund. VIPs using wheelchairs must be accompanied by an assistant, and the tour guide cannot assist separately
  • Special diet: Please let us know when you register, and we will try our best to arrange it. We apologize for some special diets that are more restrictive, but we apologize for not being able to provide them​​

Local conditions :

  • Triple rooms are not available for this tour
  • Please check the description of the daily itinerary in detail


  • Under the epidemic control, the procedures and requirements for entering the country for foreigners are different from the past, please contact Sonic Tour for the latest information
  • If the visa is issued by Sonic Tour, once the document is delivered, no refund will be made under any circumstances


  • Please provide a copy of your passport when registering to avoid inconvenience during your trip by mistake; It is also recommended to bring a copy of your passport with you in case you need it
  • During the whole trip, you need to use the same documents as when you registered, so as not to delay the itinerary or cause unnecessary expenses or losses to the VIP if the documents do not match.
  • The passport must be valid for at least 6 months after the date of return and at least 2 blank pages marked "Visas."

Flights & Baggage:

  • Most airlines require a fee to pre-reserve a seat, which you can do online up to 24-48 hours before departure.
  • For guests who have booked their own tickets, if there is a transfer, it is recommended to reserve at least 3 hours of transfer time.
  • The weight and number of checked baggage are according to the regulations of each airline's international flight, and the excess weight fee must be borne by the VIP guests.



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