From Warsaw to Amsterdam (6030) - 2015

11 Day Tour from Warsaw to Amsterdam

From Warsaw to Amsterdam
Potsdam – Sanssouci
Potsdam – Sanssouci
Amsterdam is the capital and largest city of the Netherlands
The Reichstag building is a historical building in Berlin, Germany that was built in 1894
Amsterdam became one of the most important ports in the world during the Dutch Golden Age
The Brandenburg Gate in Berlin serves as a symbol of peace and reunification of the city
The historic centre of Warsaw
Boats along the beautiful canals of Amsterdam
Berlin is the capital of Germany and also its largest city

Optional Excursions

The following list of optional excursions are examples only for this vacation. These optional excursions might or might not be available. Whether it's a special dinner, a local show or a special behind-the-scenes glimpse into an historical site, optional excursions are a wonderful way to enrich your vacation even further. Plus, they give you flexibility. We include the must-see sites and experiences, and we also understand that people take interest in different activities and may want to craft a more personal vacation by hand-picking optional excursions that appeal to them.

Availability is subject to sufficient participation, weather conditions, seasonal suitability, days of operation, group interests, and general feasibility for your vacation. The approximate value listed gives you a good, general idea of what you can expect to pay but may vary once you are on your vacation. Some information provided might be in a foreign currency; to get an estimated price, use a currency converter for exchange rate information (pricing may vary at the time of booking).

Polish Flavours Drive to the entrance of the Old Town for a walk through the narrow streets to a restaurant located in the shadow of Zygmunt's column on Warsaw's most well-known street. This traditional Polish restaurant, with its cosy atmosphere and impressive range of local and international dishes, will let you enjoy a 3 course dinner with unlimited wine or beer or soft drinks plus mineral water and coffee or tea. During the evening there will be live piano music to add to the admosphere. After dinner you will have some time to stroll through the romantic cobbled streets before returning back to the hotel by coach or if you prefer to stay longer in the area you will be told how to you can easily make your own way back to the hotel.

Approximate value: €45 EUR per person

Wilanow Palace Early afternoon departure for a drive out to Wilanow Palace and Museum, where upon arrival a local guide from the Palace will take care of you for a guided tour lasting approx. 2 hrs. The Palace was built at the end of the 17th century as a present by King Jan III Sobieski for his French wife and to make her feel more at home in her new country, as it was modelled on Versailles. Wilanow reached its heyday in the time of Stanislaw Potocki between 1799 and 1821 as he spent a considerable amount of time and effort in bringing the residence to top condition. In 1805 he opened the vast collection to the public thus creating Poland's first museum. Since 1945 the Palace has become state property. There will probably be time to look around the famous gardens with Baroque style garden, an English garden, a Chinese summerhouse, a Roman bridge and old pump house. Later in the afternoon drive back to Warsaw.

Approximate value: €30 EUR per person

Boat Cruise Gdansk, a royal and Hanseatic city, is regarded as the symbolic place where World War II broke out. Situated by the rivers Motlawa and Vistula, Gdansk is appreciated both for its natural environment and for its historical heritage. Board a beautiful galleon style boat and enjoy an exciting round trip cruise from Gdansk to Westerplatte and back. A local guide will be explaining the main sights of the city to you. Live music will be performed and a drink will be served.

Approximate value: €20 EUR per person

An Insight into World War II and Cold War Complete your Berlin experience with an insight into the recent historical events of WWII. Stop by the Wannsee Conference House where the final solution was discussed, then move near the Allied Museum to see the world famous "Candy Bomber" Airlift. Finally visit the Nuclear Bomb Shelter built on 1974 to provide a defense to more than 3000 people in case of nuclear attack. A moving, thrilling and involving experience that cannot be missed!

Approximate value: €28 EUR per person

Ziko's Grill Dinner Dine in a family run restaurant, conveniently located in the centre of Western Berlin, which has been serving guests for overy 40 years. The restaurant is well known in Berlin for its grilled meats, Serbian and German specialities, as well as international cuisine. There is a 3 course dinner with choice of soup and 5 choices of main course, plus dessert and coffee or tea. Also included are a good selection of 2 drinks per person. During the evening there is also live music to add to the atmosphere.

Approximate value: €40 EUR per person

Discover Historical Lubeck Lubeck is considered the queen of the Hanseatic league. Its beautiful medieval centre was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1987. Meet your local guide and start a fascinating tour of the city partly by coach and on foot. You will be shown the main highlights including the harbor, the Bishop's Cathedral and the Buddenbrooks House, which is the setting of the world famous novel by Thomas Mann.

Approximate value: €25 EUR per person

Evening Harbour Cruise An evening cruise of the port of Hamburg, lasting approx. 1 and a half hours, with commentary in English, will show one of the ten largest harbours of the world. You'll see the most modern container bridges and some of the largest container ships worldwide with a fantastic view of the ships which one passes closely by. Passing the Rickmer Rickmers the boat goes to the oldest part of the harbour - the Speicherstadt. With all the beautiful views, the smell of exotic spices and coffee it is often called "The pearl of the city". During the cruise there will be 1 drink per person (white wine, beer or soft drink).

Approximate value: €25 EUR per person

Dutch Dinner & Drive Enjoy a typical hearty Dutch meal in an authentic 16th century establishment situated in the heart of Amsterdam. Sample typical local dishes with a starter, choice of main course and dessert. Included is one drink per person (either wine, or beer or soft drink) plus water and coffee or tea. At the end of the evening sit back and relax on the coach whilst you are taken on a short orientation drive to see the lights of Amsterdam.

Approximate value: €45 EUR per person

Volendam & Zaans Schans On this half day tour ancient times will come to life! After departing from Amsterdam a stop will be made first in the old fishing town of Volendam, where you will have a bit of time to stroll through the centre seeing the typical Dutch architecture. Then continue on the drive to the idyllic and picturesque village of Zaanse Schans. This is more an open-air museum created to show visitors what life was like in the "Zaanstreek" in the 17th and 18th centuries. This was one of the first industrial areas of the world with its windmills engaged in the production of linseed oil, paint, mustard and woodworking etc. There are plenty of typical Dutch things to see and photograph including working windmills, clog and cheese making demonstrations, typical houses and shops selling Dutch produce. At the end of this fascinating visit drive back to Amsterdam.

Approximate value: €20 EUR per person

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