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Enjoy a guided walk through the rich historical center, admiring the Gothic-style town hall, the ornate Renaissance architecture of the Place du Bourg and the 12th century Basilica of the Holy Blood, among other sites. You will have free time for lunch at a local restaurant where you can enjoy Belgian specialties such as traditional “moules frites” (mussels and fries) and a wide selection of Belgian beers.

A visit to the Groeningemuseum, which houses major Flemish painters such as Van Eyck and Bosch, is a popular way to spend the afternoon in Bruges. Alternatively, go shopping for handmade lace and Belgian chocolate in the city’s stores.

Board the ship at Port Solferino on Quai Anatole France and take a seat at the designated table. Set sail in the cool evening atmosphere and sail past some of the city’s most iconic landmarks. Discover the ornate facade of the Musée d’Orsay, located at the Beaux-Arts train station in the former Gare d’Orsay.

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Finding accommodation in this city is very easy. The Sultanahmet area in particular is full of hostels where you can meet other tourists, perfect for first time travelers. It is a huge metropolis at the crossroads of Europe and Asia. You can visit its streets full of history, especially the Hagia Spohia neighborhood, where you can appreciate the religious change in its monuments with a mixture of Muslim inscriptions and Christian mosaics.

Known as one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Rome has a great architectural and gastronomic wealth that makes it the best rated place on the list. The average price of a night in a hotel is 20 euros and the city center is full of picturesque streets, full of monuments and bars or oyster bars where you can enjoy a Spitz, a good carbonara or an Italian gelatto.

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Paris is the city of love, and an enchanting place! Stroll under the famous Eiffel Tower and sip a glass of wine on the banks of the Seine River. You can shop in the elegant boutiques of the Champs Elysées during the day and visit the Paris Opera House at night.

The city is a paradise for culture lovers who can spend days touring the wonderful collection of the Louvre Museum. Be sure to visit the Montmartre district, where famous painters such as Picasso, Dali and Van Gogh used to work. Here you will also see the white Basilica of the Sacré-Coeur, the second most famous church in Paris, after the refuge of the hunchback: Notre Dame.

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France’s dense rail network makes it an incredible country to travel by train. If you only have 1 week in France you can tour several iconic sites by train. There are countless things to see and do in France, but first-time visitors should focus their trip on the capital and the north.

There are regular buses from Bayeux that stop near Arromanches-les-Bains and Omaha Beach. Or, you can take a day tour from the city to ensure you see all the interesting sites on D-Day.

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