Amsterdam, Brussels and Paris: Cities of Inspiration
Immerse yourself in European culture at its finest as you explore museums, architecture and cuisine with both experts and locals alike.
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Program No. 19401RJ
14 days
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At a Glance

Journey through three countries to experience fascinating cities that encapsulate much of European history, culture and modern life: energetic Amsterdam; The Hague, judicial capital of the United Nations; baroque Antwerp; Brussels, de facto capital of the European Union; medieval Bruges and Ghent; and incomparable Paris.
Activity Level
Walking up to two hours / two miles at a time, sometimes twice per day; cobblestones and many unavoidable stairs. Public transportation / subway used throughout the program.
Small Group
Small Group
Love to learn and explore in a small-group setting? These adventures offer small, personal experiences with groups of 10 to 24 participants.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Attend the Aalsmeer Flower Auction, the largest in the world, where 20 million tulips and other flowers from all over the world are traded each day.
  • Explore two of Belgium’s breathtaking medieval cities: Bruges and Ghent.
  • Enjoy an expert-led field trip to Monet’s gardens at Giverny to see the colors and shapes that so inspired the artist.
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Balázs Füzesi
Balázs Füzesi was born and raised in the city of Pécs, in southwestern Hungary. He has earned bachelor’s degrees in communications and in business administration and has also completed a license for leading educational excursions in his native country. He has pursued study and work with members of other nationalities whenever possible, spending a high school year in Denmark and working abroad in Greenland, London and the U.S. He credits his grandmother for his love of travel and exploration; she was an avid traveler throughout her entire life.
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Max Put
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Balázs Füzesi
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Frans Buijze
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