It's no surprise why the Eiffel Tower witnesses so many marriage proposals: scaling the three floors of the 324 m Parisian icon to the sweeping panoramic views of the city is utterly romantic...
– and even more irresistible with a glass of pink Champagne in hand at the top-floor Champagne Bar.
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Delve into the fabled heart of this artist neighbourhood at the Musée de Montmartre, set in the 17th-century manor where Impressionist painter Renoir and later Realist painter Suzanne Valadon had studios.
The intimate garden here – with a rope swing hung from a tree evocative of Renoir’s The Swing – is particularly romantic.
The Basilica of Sacre-Coeur is the white-domed church, located near the Abbesses metro station, which cannot be missed because it is the most iconic attraction when reaching Montmartre as it towers over the city.
Picnic along Siene
If you’re looking for a way to wind down after a busy day of sightseeing, pack a picnic and head to the banks of the Seine. Stop by one of the local grocery stores and pick up some freshly baked bread, cheese and a bottle of wine...
...and go to one of the two islands on the river and has uninterrupted views of the Pont des Arts bridge and the Louvre Museum.
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Ohh la la… Le Moulin Rouge is one the most famous cabarets in the world. It is easily recognisable with its red windmill on the corner of boulevard de Clichy and place Blanche, Paris. What secrets lie behind the music-hall revue’s history?
Paris’ Moulin Rouge (built in 1885) is known for its Champagne-filled parties that pioneered cabaret and the famous French cancan dance. But from devastating fires to its hidden quaint windmill past, read on to discover the fascinating things you never knew about the most famous cabaret in the world.
The iconic windmill gives a glimpse into the otherworldly past of Paris, where Montmarte was once a tiny village full of windmills. Almost unbelievably, there once were around 15 windmills on the Montmartre Butte used to grind wheat, press grapes and materials for factories.
Discover magnificent, exclusive international acts on the legendary stage of the Moulin Rouge!
These exceptional artistic performances by top artistic are sometimes funny, sometimes moving but always surprising!
Cool, confident and classically subversive, Antwerp has really honed its rep as the second city of Belgium. A booming diamond trading centre and moneyed to the hilt, the town touts grandiose Flemish houses, winding medieval streets overshadowed by the looming Gothicism of the city Cathedral, the glorious old home of Rubens, and an endearingly gaudy Red Light district.
Bruges, this pop-up a medieval town in the heartlands of Flemish Belgium impress. Its old centre is an enchanting labyrinth of winding stony streets, each fringed with the rising apses of Low Country townhouses.
Here, soaring belfries clad in Gothic carvings and twisted gargoyles peak above the Grote Markt. Chip merchants tout double-fried cones of Belgian frites next to ubiquitous Irish pubs, there’s an unexpectedly lively nightlife, and romantic gondolas drift up and down the canals.
Oh, and don’t miss the Basilica of the Holy Blood – a Gothic masterpiece that’s said to house a vial of Christ’s congealed blood!
It’s just a matter of time before Ghent begins to vie against Antwerp and Brussels for the top spot on lists of Belgium’s must-see metropolitan destinations. Once one of the most powerful city states in Europe, it opted to take a backseat in the modern age, preferring to hide its gorgeous location on the confluence of the Scheldt and Leie and that "chocolate box" old town area - the largest pedestrianised urban zone in the country.
Today, travelers head in to explore the postcard-perfect rows of Flemish townhouses that line the Graslei docks, or delve into the Gothic medley that rises with the bulwarks of the Gravensteen castle.
Historic yet hip, bureaucratic yet bizarre, self-confident yet unshowy Brussels...
The capital of Belgium is a fascinating place with stunning architecture and fascinating history packed into every street and alleyway. The vibe of the city is hard to put your finger on. Sometimes it seems very business and bureaucracy focused, it is after all the administerial centre of the EU, but at other times it feels laid back and does not take itself too seriously: think Manneken Pis and The Comic Strip Centre.
It is this multi-layered atmosphere that makes Brussels such a great city to visit. It truly has something for everyone and offers European staples such as art and architecture alongside more unusual attractions. Don’t visit Brussels if you are on a diet as the fries, mussels and beer will soon have you indulging.
When we think of Amsterdam it's more often than not pretty canals lined by towering town houses that come to mind, so why not explore this famous image for yourself? Take a boat tour out onto Amsterdam’s waterways, learn about its fascinating history and see the city from a different vantage point.
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Your 13 days, 12 night Itinerary: Paris, Brussels, Ghent, Bruges, Antwerp and Amsterdam
Day 1: Arrive to Paris, start to enjoy your holiday and stay overnight.
- Day 2: Your second day in Paris, Seine river cruise and stay overnight.
- Day 3: Your third day in Paris, evening in Moulin Rouge and stay overnight.
- Day 4: After hotel check-out you will board a train from Paris to Brussels (2 h 10 min). Enjoy your afternoon, evening and stay overnight
- Day 5: Your second day in Brussels and stay overnight.
- Day 6: After hotel check-out you will board a train from Brussels to Ghent (40 min). Enjoy your afternoon, evening and stay overnight
- Day 7: Your second day in Ghent and stay overnight.
- Day 8: Your third day in Ghent, you have day trip to Bruges (25 min). Enjoy your day, come back to Ghent and stay overnight
- Day 9: After hotel check-out you will board a train from Ghent to Antwerp (50 min). Enjoy your afternoon, evening and stay overnight
- Day 10: Your second day in Antwerp and stay overnight.
- Day 11: After hotel check-out you will board a train from Antwerp to Amsterdam (1 h 20 min). Enjoy your afternoon, evening and stay overnight
- Day 12: Your second day to explore Amsterdam, visit The Van Gogh Museum and stay overnight.
- Day 13: After hotel check-out you will have your time in Amsterdam before you go back home.
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