Welcome on a student weekend tour to Amsterdam & Bruges. Enjoy your time in the capital of Netherlands, Amsterdam and its unique charm with countless canals and coffee shops and world-class museums before visiting the well-preserved medieval Belgium town of Bruges.
ItineraryDay 1: Oxford to AmsterdamStop At: Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, North Holland ProvinceVisit to the museumDuration: 1 hourStop At: Dam Square, Amsterdam, North Holland ProvinceVisit to Dam SquareDuration: 1 hourStop At: Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, North Holland ProvinceVisit to the museumDuration: 1 hourPass By: Heineken Experience, Amsterdam, North Holland ProvinceThe home of the original brewery which was started in 1864 by Gerard Adriaan Heineken. Now a museum, groups can go and learn all about the process involved in brewing one of the world’s most consumed beer. Having undergone remodelling, The Heineken experience has four floors of historical objects, product exploration, and interactive exhibits using today’s high-tech equipment. Pass By: Anne Frank House, Amsterdam, North Holland ProvinceThe most famous house in The Netherlands. Once the home of a young Jewish Wartime diarist, Anne Frank, escaped Nazi persecution for several years before her eventual capture. The house contains her personal belongings and exhibits the life and times of this young girl and her hardships. No meals included on this day.Accommodation included: 1 night's accommodation with breakfast includedDay 2: Bruges, BelgiumPass By: Belfort, Bruges, West Flanders ProvinceAt the Markt you can also find a medieval bell tower, the belfry of Bruges, which is one of the city’s most prominent symbols. It is 83 metres high and has a 366 steps staircase you can access by paying 5€ to have an overwhelming view over the whole city!Pass By: Basilica of the Holy Blood, Bruges, West Flanders ProvinceThis is an old, 12th century basilica in the city centre of Bruges. According to the old tradition the Count of Flanders brought the relic of the Holy Blood with him after the second crusade, having received it in the Holy Land (1150). From that time on, it has been stored in the church’s chapel. No meals included on this day.No accommodation included on this day.