Day 1: Panorama of London. Arriving at the airport in London, then going to the hotel or family homes by transfer. Taking advantage of public transportation, there is a good chance to see the sights in London, for example: Hyde Park, Marble Arch, Buckingham Palace, Houses of Parliament, the most remarkable place Trafalgar Square, which is the site of all important events and demonstrations. You can also visit the Picadilly Circus – the heart of the city, which is the most famous meeting place in the world. You can also see the Tower, which used to be both a seat for kings and queens and a prison during several centuries.Nobody should miss watching a film about crowning and coronation jewellery. In the evening you can go to Sherlock Homes’ famous pub, or you can spend your free time in Soho.
Day 2: All-day tour to Blenheim palace, the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill by bus or train. It is a pearl of the English baroque, one of the most beautiful castle park where the largest maze in the world can be found. Then, you will visit to Oxford, the world famous university city, where you can admire a student hostel inside. Finally, you can see the mysterious sights of the world’s most famous prehistoric sculpture the Stonehenge.
Day 3: A trip to Windsor. (It is the summer residential place of the Queen.) In the afternoon you can visit the British Museum, Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum. You can also go to Greenwich, where a 3-mast clipper Cutty Sark, the Royal Observatory and Millenium Cathedral, which was built by the turn of the millenium, can be found.
Day 4: London – Brugge – Brussels: Leaving for the continent early in the morning. You will have an unforgettable experience while crossing the Channel through the Tunnel. After arriving in Brussels, which is the capital of the United Europe, you will take a trip to Brugge, the capital of bone-lace making. You will wander in the picturesque town and visit the church, Palace of Justice, Town Hall, St. Blood Chapel. After that you will be going back to Brussels where you see such places of interests as Grand Place, Stock-Exchange, Saint Nicholas Cathedral, Royal Palace, the Parliament, the House of Nations, Town Hall and Manaken Pis.
Day 5: After occupation the accodomation in Amsterdam you will see the sights by boat. You can visit the Main Square, Royal Palace, Old Church, the colourful flower market, where a huge amount of flowers can be found in each season. You will also visit the flea market in Waterloo square. You will have a chance to get to know the tricks of diamond processing in a diamond cutting workshop.
Day 6: The Netherlands is a country of cheese, clogs and windmills. You will have some free time. Thre are some optional programmes for example: Rijks Museum to admire the collection of Rembrant, City Museum to look at Van Gogh collection. You can also visit Rembrant House, House of Ann Frank, Museum of Ship. In the afternoon you will be visiting Rembrandt Hoeve Farm to have a look at secrets how to make clogs and cheese.
In the evening you will arrive home from Amsterdam by plane according to timetable.