Day 1-3 Madrid

Day 1-3 Madrid

Capital of Spain, People who visit Madrid say that the city really knows how to live. Madrid is famous for its Food, love for Sports, Nightlife and Royal Architecture. Art lovers love coming to Madrid again and again and painters like Picasso, Dali and Miro have showcased their talent on the walls of world class galleries. Madrid is home to two of the worlds famous football clubs, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid.

Free things to do: Visit the Gran Via Street, Plaza Mayor, Paseo del Prado, Retiro Park, Visit Almudena Cathedral, Puerta de Alcala, Puerta del Sol and the Royal Palace.

Day 4-6 Barcelona

Day 4-6 Barcelona

Barcelona's towering temple columns, ancient city walls and subterranean stone corridors provide a view into the Roman-era Barcino. Taking a walk through the sinister lanes of the Gothic quarter, tranquil plazas and 14th-century cathedrals is the best way to understand the city that is Barcelona. Barcelona has always motivated artists such as Salvador Dalí, Pablo Picasso and Joan Miró, whose works are in gallant display in the city's countless museums.

Sunny beaches make Barcelona a good environment to a jog, bike ride or long leisurely stroll along the seaside or go for a long swim. Kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding or a sunset cruise are some fun activities that can be taken up in Barcelona. Barcelona has a Mediterranean climate with slight, humid winters and hot, dry summers.

Day 7-9 Paris

Day 7-9 Paris

City of lights is an apt name for Paris, the most visited city in the whole world. Paris is a magical city and is blossoming after enduring in the Medieval times. It was the centre of the French Revolution and is now a major city of France as well as the world. Built on Siene river, Paris boasts of everything one looks in a city, Museums and Architecture, Fashion, Nightlife, History, Culture and amazing Food.

Divided in 20 arrondissement, Paris has few of the marvellous structures of the world in her kitty. The Effiel tower, the Louvre Museum most famous for having Mona Lisa's painting in it, the Sacre Coeur, Arc de Triomphe, the famous Moulin Rouge, Notre Dame Cathedral and the Roland Garros which hosts the Lawn Tennis French Open are all situtated in this amazing city. Disneyland, a childrens theme park, is situated just outside Paris and is an exciting place to take your kids to.

Free things to do: Effiel Tower at Night, Arc de Triomphe from outside, Champs Elysses, Notre Dame Cathedral is free but there is a charge of 10 Euros for climbing the tower, Canal St. Martin, Parc Andre Citreon and walking from 1st Arrondissement to Effiel tower covering all the important places.

Day 10 Brussels

Day 10 Brussels

Capital of Belgium, Home of NATO, an Important European city and more famously known for the little boy peeing statue, Brussels is a new world city with over one million staying in it. It is situated between Amsterdam and Paris and is few hundred sea kms away from UK.

The Grand Place is one of the most famous main square in Brussels and also in Europe. One must try the delicious Choclates while in the city. There are quite a good number of choclate shops where one can go, taste and buy as per their wish.

Day 11-14 Amsterdam

Day 11-14 Amsterdam

The City is home to one of the largest number of canals all over Europe. Termed as the Venice of North, Amsterdam is famous for it's legalization of Marijuana, Red light district and amazing nightlife. WWII story writer, Anne Frank, wrote her book in Amsterdam and the place is now a Museum which can be visited for a fee.

One can go to the top of the Nemo Building to get the best view of Amsterdam. Get their Photos clicked with IAmsterdam letters. Cruise through the canals and visit the many Museums ex: Sex Museum, House of Bols Cocktail Museum, the city boasts of.

Free things one can do: Red District Walk, Iamsterdam letters, Nemo Building.

Paid things one can see: House of Bols for around 15 Euros, Canal Cruise for around 8-10 Euros, Anne Frank House - 8.5 Euros, Sex Museum - 4 Euros.

Day 1:Your flight will land in Madrid. A private cab/shuttle will drop you at your hostel in Madrid. Freshen up and after that you can leave for sightseeing or you can enjoy its amazing nightlife. 

Day 2: Sightseeing & One day trips - Madrid.

Day 3: After breakfast in the morning, check-out from the hostel, leave your luggage at LLF and then you can leave for sightseeing in Madrid. At night, return to hostel, take your luggage and catch bus/train for Barcelona.

Day 4: Your bus/train will reach Barcelona in the morning. Check into your Hostel and then you can leave for sightseeing.

Day 5: Sightseeing & One day trip -  Barcelona

Day 6: After breakfast in the morning, check-out from the hostel, leave your luggage at Left Luggage Facility (LLF) and then you can leave for sightseeing in Barcelona. At night, return to hostel, take your luggage and catch bus/train for Paris.

Day 7: Your bus/train will reach Paris in the morning. Check into your Hostel and then you can leave for sightseeing.

Day 8 & 9: Sightseeing & One day trip - Paris.

Day 10: After breakfast in the morning, check-out from the hostel and catch bus/train for Brussels. Your bus/train will reach Brussels in the afternoon. Check into your Hostel and then you can leave for sightseeing.

Day 11: After breakfast in the morning, check-out from the hostel and catch bus/train for Amsterdam. Your bus/train will reach Amsterdam in the afternoon. Check into your Hostel and then you can leave for sightseeing.

Day 12 & 13: Sightseeing & One day trip - Amsterdam.

Day 14: Catch flight back home from Amsterdam.

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