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You will begin your trip from the moment you arrive in the wonderful city of Paris and are transferred to your hotel. Once you have settled into your hotel, you will be given a few hours of free time to explore the area on your own. At the hotel reception you will find a wealth of information and free brochures about the various activities you can do in the afternoon around the city.

After breakfast at the hotel, you will have free time throughout the day to enjoy Paris to the fullest. Optional excursions will be suggested, such as a boat trip on the Seine, a visit to the Latin Quarter or the Cathedral.

After breakfast, we will visit the most characteristic places of the city such as the Place du Dam, its buildings, its canals… we will even have the opportunity to learn the technique of diamond cutting. We will have a few hours of free time before lunch. At noon, we will depart again from Amsterdam to the city of Hannover, Germany.

Characteristics of a promotional travel brochure

– Centre des Monuments Nationaux (National Monuments Center): download brochures. On this page you can select the monument you want to visit and it gives you the option to download an informative brochure about it (I) and French.

– Italian Tourist Office: on this page you can find the e-mail addresses of the tourist offices of the different cities and towns. Send an e-mail to each of them to receive information at home (E) [although it could change, at the moment the tourist offices of Monterroso, Riomaggiore and Manarola (part of the Cinqueterre) do not offer this service].

In some countries I have not found anything, so if you have something, please share it (whatever the country, area, city, etc., more data is always useful, and there are countries that still need to be completed).

English travel brochure

This fabulous Winter Garden from 1900, whose roof is a polychrome stained glass window, is part of an impressive protected monumental complex, where modernist art merges with neo-Gothic, New Empire and Art Deco.

A map of the city, made by and for young travelers. This map contains a wealth of tips from Ghent’s own inhabitants: the most authentic taverns, the best friterias and the most alternative bars.

Snooping, exploring, visiting and experimenting, everything is possible! Also for those who need certain adaptations or additional services. This brochure provides an overview of the options for accessible day trips in Flanders and Brussels. Although we are aware that this information may not be complete, we hope to persuade you to pay us a visit.

Within a 50km radius, perfectly connected by rail, you will find amazing places that hold true masterpieces: these are the so-called Cities of Art in Flanders: Antwerp, Bruges, Brussels, Ghent, Leuven and Mechelen. We propose a walk through art in Flanders, on foot, by bike, traveling between cities but also from the Middle Ages to the present day…

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