Europe is a landmass located mainly in the Northern and Eastern Hemispheres, bordered by the Arctic Ocean to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the west, and the Mediterranean Sea to the south. It comprises the westernmost part of Eurasia. Since approximately 1850, Europe has been considered separate from Asia, distinguished by the Ural and Caucasus Mountains, the Ural River, the Caspian and Black Seas, and the Turkish Straits. The concept of a continent, however, is somewhat arbitrary and has been redefined several times throughout history. The boundary between Europe and Asia reflects cultural, linguistic, and ethnic differences that vary gradually rather than abruptly. The geographic boundary also does not align with political borders, with Turkey, Russia, and Kazakhstan being transcontinental countries. Azerbaijan and Georgia also straddle the border between the two continents if the Caucasus Mountains are strictly used as the boundary.
Ensure you have a valid passport that remains valid for at least six months from your planned date of departure. Check if you require a visa or any other entry requirements for the Netherlands, and if so, apply for the appropriate visa well in advance.
Pack your luggage according to the airline’s baggage restrictions, taking note of both weight and size limits. Make sure to pack any essential items in your carry-on baggage. Check if there are any specific COVID-19 travel requirements, such as vaccination certificates or negative test results. Board your flight at Tribhuvan International Airport, and follow the instructions of the airline staff throughout the journey. During long flights, take breaks to stretch and stay hydrated. Entertainment options may be available onboard to make your journey more comfortable.
Once you arrive at Schiphol Airport, follow the signs for immigration, baggage claim, and customs. Collect your checked-in luggage, if applicable, and proceed through the customs process. Dam Square is a significant landmark in Amsterdam and is easily accessible from Amsterdam Central Station.
A canal tour in Amsterdam is a popular and delightful way to explore the city’s iconic waterways and historic sites. Amsterdam is known for its intricate network of canals, which date back to the 17th century. These canals, collectively known as the Canal Ring, are a UNESCO World Heritage site and form an integral part of the city’s cultural and architectural identity. And then after we visit to the Cheese Factory at Volendam is a popular tourist attraction located in the charming town of Volendam, Netherlands. It offers visitors a unique opportunity to learn about the traditional art of cheese making while experiencing the rich cultural heritage of the region and evening group dinner will be at Next Door Restaurant.
The Royal Palace Amsterdam, also known as Koninklijk Paleis Amsterdam in Dutch, is a grand and historic building located on the Dam Square in the heart of Amsterdam, the capital city of the Netherlands. It is one of the four official residences of the Dutch royal family and serves as a venue for state visits, official receptions, and royal events and after the visied Royal Palace we will take you to visit the Begijnhof is a historic building and courtyard located in various cities in the Netherlands and Belgium. Originally established in the Middle Ages, a Begijnhof was a complex that housed beguines, lay religious women who lived in a semi-monastic community.Visitors can take a historic building tour of a Begijnhof to explore its rich history and architecture. The tour usually begins with an introduction to the beguine movement and the role of the Begijnhof in providing a home for these religious women and our group dinner will be at Bistro Berlage Restaurant.
Today we will visit the VenGogh Museum tour in Amsterdam, it offers visitors a unique and immersive experience that combines the works of two iconic artists: Vincent van Gogh and Vincent Willem van Gogh. This innovative museum tour takes art appreciation to a whole new level by blending traditional art exhibition with cutting-edge technology. Throughout the tour, visitors also have the opportunity to learn about Vincent Willem van Gogh, the grandson of Vincent van Gogh, who played a crucial role in preserving and promoting his grandfather’s legacy. The museum displays Vincent Willem’s personal collection, which includes letters, sketches, and lesser-known works of Vincent van Gogh. And rest of the day will spend more time in the City Center of Amsterdam. It is the vibrant heart of the capital city of the Netherlands. Known for its picturesque canals, historic buildings, and lively atmosphere, it is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. The city center encompasses the area within the Singelgracht, a semi-circular canal that encircles the old town. Our group dinner will be at The Yeti where you get Indian-Nepalese food.
Today we leave from the Amsterdam, Netherlands and take bus to Brussels, Belgium. The distance between Amsterdam, Netherlands, and Brussels, Belgium, is approximately 125 miles when traveling by road. Hotel trasfered and had luch we will go to visit to the Green Farm-Pierard. It is an ideal destination for nature enthusiasts, eco-conscious individuals, and anyone seeking a deeper connection with the origins of their food. By immersing yourself in this inspiring tour, you will gain insights into sustainable farming practices and discover the profound impact they have on our environment and our health. And evening we will enjoy group dinner at Bodja Restaurant where you can find Tibetan Food and Beverage.
Today we will visit to the Atomium. It is a famous landmark and tourist attraction located in Brussels, Belgium. It is a unique architectural structure that was originally built for the 1958 Brussels World Expo and has since become an iconic symbol of the city. This resembles a giant iron crystal magnified 165 billion times and is composed of nine interconnected spheres. Each sphere is 18 meters in diameter and represents an iron atom’s unit cell. The entire structure stands at a height of 102 meters. After completed of the Atomium tour, we will go to visit the Magritte Museum in Brussels offers a captivating journey into the surreal and imaginative world of the renowned Belgian artist, René Magritte. Located in the heart of the city, the museum showcases a comprehensive collection of Magritte’s works, providing visitors with a unique opportunity to explore his artistic evolution and distinctive style and we will visit the Gravensteen Castle, located in Brussels, and is a medieval fortress that offers a fascinating tour for visitors. The tour takes you on a journey through history, providing insights into the castle’s rich past and allowing you to explore its impressive architecture. During the tour, you’ll have the opportunity to walk through the astle’s various rooms and chambers. The castle’s interior has been restored to recreate the atmosphere of the medieval period, giving you a sense of what life was like within its walls and dinner will be at Otomat Gent Restaurant.
Today we leaving from Brussels and next destination is Paris, France. The distance from Brussels, Belgium to Paris, France is approximately 196 miles when traveling by road. Transfer to Hotel and rest for some hours. We will gather in evening at Khawa Karpo Restaurant for drinks and foods.
Eiffel Tower: The Eiffel Tower is one of the most iconic landmarks in Paris and a must-visit attraction for tourists from around the world. A tour of the Eiffel Tower offers a unique opportunity to experience breathtaking views of the city and learn about the tower’s history and architectural significance.
Louvre Museum: The Louvre Museum, located in Paris, France, is one of the most renowned and visited museums in the world. It is housed in the iconic Louvre Palace, which was originally a medieval fortress and later transformed into a grand royal residence. The museum’s vast collection spans over 9 miles (14.5 kilometers) and contains approximately 35,000 works of art from various periods and cultures.
Champs-Elysees: The Champs-Élysées is one of the most famous and iconic streets in Paris, known for its grandeur, elegance, and historical significance. A tour of the Champs-Élysées Street offers visitors a chance to explore the heart of Parisian culture, luxury shopping, entertainment, and breathtaking architecture.
Arc De Triomphe: The Mighty Arc de Triomphe Tour in Paris takes you on a captivating journey through one of the city’s most iconic landmarks. As you approach the majestic Arc de Triomphe, you’ll be greeted by its imposing stature and intricate architectural details. This grand triumphal arch stands at the western end of the Champs-Élysées and serves as a symbol of France’s rich history and national pride and finally we will enjoy to drink and dinner at Buddha Bar.
A tour that combines both the Today we will visit both Musée d’Orsay Museum and Montmartre of Paris. We will start our day at the Musée d’Orsay, where we could admire the incredible collection of masterpieces and gain a deeper understanding of the Impressionist and Post-Impressionist movements. Afterward, we make our way to Montmartre, where we could explore the artistic streets, visit the Sacré-Cœur Basilica, and soak in the vibrant atmosphere and evening we will enjoy drinks and dinner at La Maison Rose.
Today we leaving from Paris, France to Amsterdam, Netherlands. It is approximate distance between Paris and Amsterdam is around 320 miles when traveling directly. The Thalys train takes approximately 3 hours and 20 minutes to cover this distance.
Our itinerary in Amsterdam includes buffer time, shopping for clothes and souvenirs, and enjoying a group dinner and drinks party on our final day at the delightful Hollands Hap Hmm Restaurant.
To fly from Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam to Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, Nepal.