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Round trip scheduled airfare
• Round trip transfers between airports and hotel while overseas
• Hotel luggage handling
• 5 nights in the resort city of Valkenburg, Holland
• 2 nights in Paris, France
• 1 night in Strausbourg, France
• 13 meals including all breakfasts and 4 dinners
• A unique opportunity to meet with business leaders
• City tours of Maastricht, Brussels, Paris, and Strasbourg
• Full day three country tour
• Full day Mosel and Rhine River tour
• Discovery Program guide

Preferred Hotels:

Valkenburg: Park Hotel Rooding
Paris: Softel or the Concorde Montparnasse
Strasbourg: The Concorde Hotel

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   Your adventure begins in the “land without frontiers.” Upon your arrival in Holland, you will be in an area called the Drielandenpunt (three-country point) near Vaals, where the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany share a common backyard with astounding views. Nestled among gently sloping hills where lush forests and pastures intertwine and merge with the Geul River, Valkenburg’s city center is surrounded by parks and farms.
   From Valkenburg to Maastricht, you’ll delight in Holland’s picturesque landscaping, and majestic city centres. Considered the oldest fortified city in Holland, Maastricht has more than 1400 historical monuments, dozens of restored landmarks, along with many city gates and ramparts. Points of interest include Mount St. Peter, century-old caverns, the Basilicas of Our Lady and St. Servatius, and spectacular architecture.

   Encircled by London, Paris and Amsterdam, there are a myriad of “roads” to that lead to Bruges; trains, ferry, private vehicles, planes make traveling simple, Bruges is the epitome of the old saying, “All roads lead to Rome.” This 19th century neo-gothic style city has maintained its medieval-architecture and feel. Explore the old-world charm in this enchanting city.

Mozel River Cruise
   Cruise the Mozel River and enjoy the serene riverfront views of many wonders of the local area. For the most panoramic view of Koblenz, one of the oldest towns in Germany, be sure to visit Deutsches Eck “the corner of Germany”, a point where the two rivers meet. From the top of the base where a huge statue of Wilhelm I once stood, you can see the Altstadt and across the Rhine to the Festung Ehrenbreitstein; a fortress above the Rhine. Heavily bombed during World War II, much of Koblenz has been restored including the Leibfrauenkirche (Church of our Lady); a 13th-century Gothic basilica built on a Romanesque foundation.

   Often called the “essence of Europe,” Belgium is both a multicultural and multilingual metropolis; referred to as “the Capital of Europe.” Well situated between France and Holland, the kingdom of Belgium encompasses all the best that Europe has to offer in an area no larger than Maryland. Experience all of the wonders Brussels’ has to offer. Known as one of the world’s great cosmopolitan capitals, Brussels has something for everyone…celebrate their art, culture, museums, shopping, and architecture past and present; Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque, and Art Nouveau and delve into a world filled with mystique.
   From fine dining to museums and monuments, Brussels is a city of contrasts and enormous diversity. A few points of interest include (1) the Grand Palace, built in the 13th century; this ornate baroque and gothic guild is one of the most beautiful squares in Europe, (2) the Manneken Pis, a famous statute of a little boy peeing in a fountain representative of the irreverent Belgian humor, and (3) the Galaries St. Hubert, a gorgeous glass roofed arcade in the center of town; one of the most astonishing places to visit in Brussels.

   Ernest Hemingway called the many splendors of Paris a “moveable feast.” Oh Grand Paris, a spectacular city you be…cherish your time in Paris; a city filled with an aura of brilliance. From architecture to cuisine, you’ll delight in the traditions. Meander through the city center or float down the Seine River, wander the artists’ quarter of Arrondissement, a blue-collar neighborhood between Marais, Menilmontant and the Republique. Points of interest to explore include the Eiffel Tower, the Musee du Louvre, the Palais Royal, the Pantheon, Sainte Chapelle and countless museums, shops. Be sure to take time to discover Paris on foot; stroll along the Seine and dow the Champs-Elysees from the Arc de Triomphe to the Louvre.

   Celebrate the elegance and grandeur that adorn Chateau de Versailles, the most spectacular palace in the world. Encircled by world-class gardens and a network of canals, this chateau is complete with miles of ornate corridors lined with the spoils of a vanished era. Be sure toe tour the Royal Apartments, the Hall of Mirrors, the Hall of Battles, and the Petit and Grand Trianons on your way to the Queen’s Hamlet before returning to Paris.

   The capital of Alsace, Strasbourg is one of France’s greatest cities and the birthplace of pate de foie gras. West of the Rhine, Strasbourg is one of France’s major ports and is home to the European Parliament; which convenes at the Palais de l’Europe. While in Strasbourg, be sure to venture down General-de-Gaulle street; “street of many names” – located in the heart of the city, this street has changed names time and time again – reflecting the city’s identity crises; once known as avenue Napolean, it became Kaiser-Wilhelmstrasse, and then the boulevard de la Republique, and Adolf-Hitler-Strasse and finally General-de-Gaulle.

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