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Europe 14 days|UK, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Luxembourg

Departure date: 6/25 , 9/27 , 10/17 , 11/15
✔️ 12 nights in a four-star hotel (or equivalent).
✔️ Transportations, attraction tickets & bus tickets
✔️ Chinese speaking guided tour
✔️ Daily breakfast, 5 dinners (per itinerary)
✔️ Local 3-course cuisine: 1 German pig's foot meal and 1 French snail + steak meal
✔️ One bottle of mineral water per person per day
✘ International round-trip airfare
✘ Meals not mentioned in the itinerary
✘ Daily tip for tour guide and driver, recommended USD$15 per day/person
✘ Expenses of personal in nature

Itinerary Features Daily Itinerary Register for trip

Itinerary Features

◎ Westminster Abbey

◎ Roman Baths

Windsor Castle

◎ Palace of Versailles  (Museum Docentr)

Louvre Museum (Museum Docentr)

Seine River Cruise

Fontainebleau Palace

Giethoorn Village

Zansers Hans (Windmill Village)


◎Royal Palace Amsterdam

Heineken Museum

Amsterdam canal cruise

◎ London
2 nights: Holiday Inn London West Paris
4 nights: Mercure Paris La Défense
◎ Brussels
1 night: Mercure Brussels City Amsterdam Sud
2 nights: Florian Hotel Amsterdam
◎ Cologne
1 night: Mercure Cologne
1 night: NH Luxembourg
1 night: Crowne Plaza Frankfurt *Breakfast included

Local cuisine:
2* Local 3-course 1* German Pork Elbow Meal (3-course) 1*French Snail + Steak Meal


Daily Itinerary

DAY 1  USA to UK: London, overnight flight 

DAY 2  Arrival in London – Pick-up and transfer to hotel for rest – Dinner 

Breakfast: X | Lunch: X | Dinner: Local dinner
Hotel: Holiday Inn London-West or similar


  • British Museum: Also known as the British Museum, it is one of the largest and most well-known museums in the world. The museum houses more than 7 million cultural relics and treasures from all over the world, and the number and variety of collections are rich, which is rare in museums around the world.
  • Westminster Abbey: Also known as Westminster Abbey, located on the north bank of the River Thames, is an Anglican chapel, and it is also the place where successive kings were crowned and members of the royal family were married, and Prince William's wedding was held here.
  • Buckingham Palace (exterior): Built between 1703 and 1705, Buckingham Palace is now the place where the Queen of England works and lives in London, the administrative headquarters of the royal family, and one of the few royal palaces still in use in the world today.
  • London Eye (exterior): The London Eye, also known as the Millennium Wheel, is located on the south bank of the River Thames and was built by the United Kingdom to celebrate the arrival of 2000. This giant Ferris wheel is 135 meters tall and overlooks London.
  • Big Ben (exterior): Big Ben, is a newspaper clock on the clock tower at the north end of the British Parliament building, built in 1858 on the banks of the River Thames, nearly 100 meters high. Almost every visitor to the UK comes here for a group photo. The bell tower strikes every fifteen minutes to emit the classic melodious Westminster bell, and on the hour it rings a deeper resonant bell.  
  • Tower Bridge: is one of London's landmarks and symbol of London. The sidewalk offers views of the upper and lower reaches of the River Thames. If you encounter the Mist Lock Bridge, the scenery is even more exceptional, and the Foggy Lock Tower Bridge is one of the attractions in London.  
  • Tower of London: The Tower of London is a castle that began as a royal palace and later served various purposes such as fortresses, armories, execution grounds, prisons, etc., and was listed as a World Heritage Site in 1988.

Breakfast: Hotel | Lunch: X | Dinner: 3-course dinner
Hotel: Holiday Inn London-West or similar

Day 4  London – Bath – Windsor – London 

  • Wake up early and head to the World Heritage town of Bath (2.5h)
  • "The keys of the Bath Abbey, shining with light, painted glass windows, decorated with Gothic churches..." Although this is the lyric from "Prague Square", it is most appropriate to describe Bath Abbey.
  • Roman Baths: Located in the center of Bath, directly opposite the Bath Abbey, it is the attraction of Bath and the origin of the English name Bath in Bath.  
  • Royal Crescent (exterior): Located on a quiet highland north of Bath's city centre, echoing the circular square, it is one of Britain's more imposing large ancient buildings, it was built in 1775, but the elegant charm has not diminished to this day.  
  • Windsor Castle: One of the official residences of the Queen of England, it is also one of the larger and oldest castles in the world that is still inhabited. Along with Buckingham Palace in London and Holyroodhouse Palace in Edinburgh, Windsor Castle is the Queen's main administrative residence, where official and private events are often held.  
  • Returned to London and stayed in London that night

Breakfast: Hotel | Lunch: X | Dinner: 3-course dinner
Hotel: Holiday Inn London-West or similar

DAY 5  London – France: Paris (Eurostar trains) 

  • After breakfast at the hotel, take the Eurostar train to Paris, and visit the Palace of Versailles after lunch
  • Palace of Versailles: Famous for its magnificent and imaginative architectural design, it was later emulated by royal palaces across Europe. Later, it was full of historical significance, and the "Paris Peace Treaty" and "Versailles Peace Treaty" were signed here. In 1833, after the French Revolution, it was converted into a museum of French history.  Stay in Paris tonight

Breakfast: Hotel | Lunch: X | Dinner: French snail + steak meal
Hotel: Hôtel Mercure Paris La Défense or similar

DAY 6  Paris 

  • Louvre Museum: The museum has a collection of 400,000 pieces, exhibits spanning more than 1,500 years, ancient Greece, ancient Rome, ancient Egypt and other civilization treasures are beautifully presented here.  The exterior opera house, the Palais Garnier was built in 1875, grand in scale and resplendent, the façade is covered with a large number of ornaments, the interior is gorgeous, the four walls and colonnades are covered with Baroque statues, hanging lamps, paintings, etc., like a jewelry box full of gold and silver jewelry.  
  • Visit the Arc de Triomphe, one of the four representative buildings of the city of Paris
  • Champs-Élysées: The Champs-Élysées is the most famous street in Paris. You can also shop at Galeries Lafayette nearby and enjoy shopping.  
  • Eiffel Tower (exterior): Standing on the south bank of the Seine-et-Marne River in the Champ de Mars in Paris, France, it is a world-famous building and one of the symbols of French culture.  
  • Place de la Concorde, Paris: The Place de la Concorde is one of the most famous squares in France and one of the most beautiful squares in the world.  
  • Seine: Experience Seine in the evening The Seine is the second largest river in France that flows through the center of Paris, the north bank of the Seine is called the right bank and the south bank is called the left bank; The right bank is the main business district and political center of Paris, and the left bank has coffee shops and the Latin Quarter, full of literary atmosphere.

Breakfast: Hotel | Lunch: X| Dinner: X
Hotel: Hôtel Mercure Paris La Défense or similar

DAY 7  Paris 

  • After breakfast visit the Sacre Coeur Basilica
  • Sacre Coeur Basilica: Located at the highest point of Montmartre in the north of Paris, the Sacred Heart of Jesus is enshrined. The white Basilica of the Sacred Heart is peculiar in style, both Romanesque and Byzantine, and takes the expression of Romanesque architecture, and the large white dome has an oriental atmosphere.  
  • Paris City Hall: Located on the banks of the Seine River and across the river from Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris City Hall is a magnificent Renaissance-style building with arched doors and windows and fine carvings.  Free shopping at the Champs-Élysées in Paris. 

Breakfast: Hotel | Lunch: X| Dinner: X
酒店:Hôtel Mercure Paris La Défense 
or similar

DAY 8  Paris – Fontainebleau – Paris 

  • After breakfast, head to Fontainebleau
  • The Palais de Fontainebleau: known as "a microcosm of French history", it is inscribed on the World Heritage List.  Then drive back to your hotel

Breakfast: Hotel | Lunch: X| Dinner: X
Hotel: Hôtel Mercure Paris La Défense or similar

DAY 9  Paris – Belgium: Brussels 

  • After breakfast, drive to Brussels to explore the city, the drive takes about (3h44min).  Tour sights Brussels Grand Place, Brussels City Hall, Swan Cafe.  Most of the buildings along the Grand Place in Brussels were built in the late 17th century and are still well preserved. The striking building around the square is the Brussels City Hall, and the Swan Café with a swan statue on the left door of the Town Hall.  Manneken Pis: The Manneken Pis: The Manneken Pis: The Manneken statue is a must-visit for visitors to Brussels.

Breakfast: Hotel | Lunch: X| Dinner: X
Hotel: NH Collection Brussels Centre or similar

DAY 10  Brussels – Netherlands: Amsterdam 

  • Giethoorn: Giethoorn is a village in Sternwijkland, Haute-IJsselmeer, in the Netherlands, known as the "Green Venice of the North". After the tour, head to Amsterdam to explore the city
  • Zansers Hans (Windmill Village): Located 15 km north of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, the windmill village is an ancient building that vividly depicts Dutch life in the 17th and 18th centuries.

Breakfast: Hotel | Lunch: X| Dinner: X
Hotel: Mercure Hotel Amsterdam City or similar

DAY 11  Amsterdam 

  • Rijksmuseum: It houses a large collection of well-known art treasures, including masterpieces by many famous masters.  
  • Royal Palace Amsterdam: One of the four royal palaces in the Netherlands, formerly the town hall and courthouse, it is still full of vitality today as the political and economic center of the city, as well as an important square in the city and a favorite theme of painters. The main attraction here is its architectural structure and the ornate decoration of the royal palace.  
  • Amsterdam's Red Light District: This is the weathered district of Amsterdam, located on both sides of the two canals of Oudezijds Voorburgwal and O.Z. Ahterburgwal in the Old Town, intersecting with the canal for six or seven streets and more than a dozen blocks.  
  • Heineken Museum + Amsterdam Canal Cruise: The Heineken Beer Museum was formerly a century-old Heineken brewery, which was transformed into an exclusive Heineken beer museum in 1988.
  • Amsterdam Canals: Completed in the 17th century, the Amsterdam Canal Belt is unique in the world as a work of art of urban construction, and a concrete embodiment of the political, economic and cultural flourishing of Amsterdam during the Dutch "Golden Age". Its attractions are mainly concentrated in the canal belt with a radius of 1.5 km

Breakfast: Hotel | Lunch: X| Dinner: X
Hotel: Mercure Hotel Amsterdam City or similar

DAY 12  Amsterdam – Germany: Cologne 

  • After breakfast, drive to Cologne
  • Cologne Cathedral: Located in the heart of Cologne, on the banks of the Rhine, Cologne's iconic building and the third largest Gothic church in the world.  
  • Hohenzollern Bridge: is the oldest bridge in Cologne, consisting of three railway bridges and pavements. Connecting the cathedral, the Hohenzollern Bridge across the Rhine is undoubtedly a beautiful sight
  • St. Martin's Grande: A Roman Catholic church, known for its magnificent quartered base top and clover-like ground shape.  
  • Palazzo Benrat: Very beautiful Rococo buildings exist throughout Europe
  • Visit one of the most elegant shopping streets in the world: the Rajpass. 

Breakfast: Hotel | Lunch: X | Dinner: German Pork Knuckle (3 courses)
Hotel: NH Collection Köln Mediapark or similar

DAY 13  Cologne – Luxembourg 

  • After breakfast, drive to Luxembourg, the driving time is 3h
  • Petros Grand Canyon: Also known as the Grand Canyon of Luxembourg, it is the natural boundary between the old and new urban areas of Luxembourg City.  
  • Constitution Square and Adolf Bridge: From the opposite bank of the square, you can see the Adolf Bridge and many beautiful buildings, which is an excellent place to see the Grand Canyon, Adolf Bridge, and the castle combination.  
  • Church of Our Lady: Located in the heart of Luxembourg City, it was built between 1613 and 1621.
  • The famous street of Luxembourg Liberty Avenue leads to the Adolf Bridge on the edge of the valley and has become one of the few historic avenues in Luxembourg City.

Breakfast: Hotel | Lunch: X| Dinner: X
Hotel: Mercure Luxembourg Center or similar

DAY 14  Luxembourg – Germany: Frankfurt 

  • After breakfast, drive to Frankfurt, the driving time is about 3h10min. Upon arrival, begin your Frankfurt city tour
  • Frankfurt Cathedral and Roman Forum: Located in the Roman Quarter, adjacent to the Roman Forum, Frankfurt Cathedral is a Gothic church built between the 13th and 15th centuries, which became the coronation place of Germanic kings in the 14th century, where ten Holy Roman Emperors were crowned, hence the name "Emperor's Cathedral".  
  • Old Town Hall: This is one of Frankfurt's landmarks. Located on the Roman Forum, the three gabled buildings are the municipals of Frankfurt.  
  • Goethe's House: The Goethe's House is adjacent to the Goethe Museum, where the famous German poet Johann Wolfgang Goethe was born on August 28, 1749, and spent his teenage years here.  
  • Zeilstraße: Located in the heart of Frankfurt, this is a famous local shopping street, dating back to the 14th century, lined with shops.  
  • Main: Frankfurt is called Frankfurt am Main, which adds a tenderness to this modern metropolis known for its financial industry, exhibitions and transportation.

Breakfast: Hotel | Lunch: X| Dinner: X
Hotel: NH Luxembourg or similar

DAY 15  End the beautiful trip to Europe, take a flight back to the sweet home in the United States, let's look forward to seeing each other next time~ 

Breakfast: Hotel

  • Drop-off at Frankfurt Airport for a flight back to your sweet home, or for your next journey.  



Our company's official website group rates apply to groups of 10 people or more.
Groups of 2-6 people will have the driver acting as a guide.
Groups of 2 people do not include meals.

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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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