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From Paris' art and cuisine to Copenhagen's relaxed lifestyle, GoEuro's 5 country tour of Europe offers the most cultural variety in the shortest amount of time. After walking up the Arc de Triomphe in Paris relax and enjoy some fine Belgian beer in one of Brussels' world-famous drinking establishments. Travelers can view van Gogh and Rembrandt's finest paintings in Amsterdam before relaxing on the beach in Hamburg. Finally, Copenhagen will provide an introduction to Scandinavian culture and customs.
Most international flights to Paris land at Charles de Gaulle (CDG) airport.
Strolls along the Seine river are just one of the thousands of little pleasures Paris offers among its more major attractions. Although the Mona Lisa may appear to be Paris’ headlining act in a grand splendor of magnificent artwork and majestic museums, it’s the city’s bohemian atmosphere, creative influence and one-of-kind architecture that truly makes Paris a destination worth visiting.
Trains depart from Paris Gare du Nord and arrive at Brussels-Midi train station. Buses often depart from Paris' Gallieni Porte Bagnolet and arrive at Brussels' Gare du Nord.
Paris to Brussels
If you think Brussels is just a hub for EU diplomats talking business, think again. Brussels has blossomed into one of Europe's most chic cities. The cobbled streets are aligned with elegant boutiques, scrumptious food spots and of course, thirst-worthy Belgian beer bars. Make sure you try some of Brussels' world famous Moules Frites while you're in the Belgian capital.
Trains depart from Brussels-Midi train station and arrive at Amsterdam Centraal train station. Buses depart from Gare du Nordarrive at Amsterdam Sloterdijk bus station.
Brussels to Amsterdam
Amsterdam combines beautiful 17th-century Golden Age architecture, hundreds of man-made canals crossed by thousands of bridges, and numerous world class museums with a world-famous year-round party scene to create a relaxed atmosphere that is unique among European cities. Amsterdam is one of Europe’s most walkable (or bikeable) cities with over 7000 registered monuments interspersed among tiny alleys, gabled roofs, hidden courtyard gardens, picturesque shop windows, and houseboats floating on Amsterdam’s canals. Amsterdam is a dutch metropolis; however, its relatively small size and easily navigable nature make it one of the most accessible capitals in Europe, ideal for any traveler seeking a change of pace from the bustle of London or Paris.
Trains usually depart from Amsterdam Centraal train station and arrive at Hamburg Hbf train station. Buses usually depart from Amsterdam Sloterdjk bus station and arrive at Hambuirg ZOB.
Amsterdam to Hamburg
Hamburg is probably Germany’s most modern looking city, with a gleaming futuristic skyline overlooking one of Europe’s largest waterfronts. The tankers and freighters on the Elbe river combine with picturesque sailboats and the legendary Fischmarkt market to produce a rich maritime tapestry for all of Hamburg’s visitors. No matter if you’re partying the night away in St. Pauli, sightseeing in Speicherstadt or relaxing at a suburban beach, Hamburg’s variety is sure to enthrall.
Trains depart from Hamburg Hbf train station and arrive at Copenhagen Central train station. Buses depart from Hamburg ZOB bus station and usually arrive at Ingerslevsgade adjacent to Copenhagen's central station.