- From: 10/01/2020
- For: 24 days
- Landing in: Palafrugell, Spain
- Returning from: Nantes, France
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Le Havre, France
1 nightWed. Oct 21-Thu. Oct 22
2 nightsThu. Oct 22-Sat. Oct 24
1 nightThu. Oct 01 - Fri. Oct 02
This town is a great place for relaxing on the beach and fun night activities in a care-free atmosphere.
Town Center, Palafrugell
Exploring the town center on its small and winding streets reveals numerous surprises along the way.
The beach is the highlight of this town, whether you want to socialize and meet friendly locals, or find a more secluded alcove.
A vibrant metropolis set on the Mediterranean Sea, famed for its brilliant architecture, rich culture, and captivating history.
This diverse ecosystem of seven islands is highly esteemed by ecologists for the diversity of its marine life.
1 nightFri. Oct 02 - Sat. Oct 03
As the capital of the Roussillon, this dynamic city retains a strong Catalan influence, from its architecture to its museums.
Standing over the Place de la Victoire, the Catillet is the emblem of Perpignan and the house of the Catalan Museum of Popular Arts.
Take a few hours and spend a relaxed after noon on this lovely beach.
Historic Center, Perpignan
While strolling through the historic center, look for Catalan influences from when Perpignan was the capital of French Catalonia.
Loge de Mer, Perpignan
Once housing the Exchange and the Maritime Court, this 14C building was renovated in the 16C.
1 nightSat. Oct 03 - Sun. Oct 04
Enjoy the good food, stroll in the old port, and relax at the beach in this city full of life and excitement.
Morgiou Creek, Marseille
This is a wonderful place to relax for a day or more, with wildlife surrounding little cabins and a great restaurant.
Notre Dame de la Garde, Marseille
One of the city's best known landmarks, this iconic church overlooks the city and offers beautiful views.
La Vieille Charite, Marseille
This cultural center houses several museums, as well as hosts ongoing events throughout the year.
Castle of If, Marseille
The most visited site of Marseille, this castle owes its fame to Alexandre Dumas's novel "The Count of Monte Cristo".
1 nightSun. Oct 04 - Mon. Oct 05
Important history and architecture have given this dynamic and lively city the distinction of being a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Old Town, Lyon
Stroll this superb old town for great dining opportunities and lovely atmosphere.
Lyon Museum of Decorative Arts
This outstanding museum covers all periods of art history throughout civilization.
Rue St. Jean, Lyon
Enjoy some shopping and dining on this street in Old Lyon.
Musee des Confluences, Lyon
This interesting science and anthropology museum features a range of exhibits designed to answer questions about our role in the universe.
1 nightMon. Oct 05 - Tue. Oct 06
The capital of Switzerland, Bern is a great city with beautiful views of the Alps and a well preserved medieval old town.
Historic Center, Bern
Stroll through this particularly well-preserved medieval city center, discovering charming churches, bridges, and water fountains.
A lively and elegant street lined with attractive shops, florists’ stalls, beautiful fountains and 17C and 18C houses.
Botanical Garden, Bern
Going down to the river in terraces and containing a variety of Alpine and exotic plants, these botanical gardens are a delight.
The bear has been symbolic of the city since the 15C, and this large beautiful park now houses live bears in a natural habitat.
1 nightTue. Oct 06 - Wed. Oct 07
A major financial hub since the 16C, Frankfurt seamlessly combines modern skyscrapers with genuine historic charm.
Historic Center, Frankfurt
Wander through this amazing city, admiring the incredible modern buildings, set alongside timbered houses and historic sites.
Staedel Museum, Frankfurt
This museum is home to works by German and French masters such as Holbein, Van Eyck, Rubens, Renoir, Money, and many more.
This zoo is home to some 5,000 animals, an aviary, an exotarium, and a "night house."
Stroll through these lovely 19C gardens, admiring the elegant greenhouses and the abundance of lush verdure.
1 nightWed. Oct 07 - Thu. Oct 08
Charming in setting alone, Leipzig is also a cultural gem with particular emphasis on music, art, and cafes.
Historic Center, Leipzig
The historic center is enjoyable with its many Renaissance and Baroque buildings, interesting monuments, and squares and cafes.
Monument to the Battle of the Nations, Leipzig
Commemorating Napoleon's defeat in the 1813 Battle of Leipzig, this monument features an observation platform with amazing views.
Museum of Fine Art, Leipzig
This museum is a must-see, with a collection dating from the Middle Ages, including works by German, Dutch, and French masters.
Forum for Contemporary History, Leipzig
Beginning with the history of WWII, this museum continues forward with unique exhibits on East Germany up to the present day.
1 nightThu. Oct 08 - Fri. Oct 09
With refined architecture, colorful houses, and a bustling harbor, Rostock has been a major port city for centuries.
Historic Center, Rostock
Walk through the historic center along the path of 800 years of history, from the Middle Ages to WWII, to the reunification.
Ship Building Museum and IGA Park, Rostock
Walk through the park to reach this floating museum, which is a comprehensive exhibit on the Baltic Sea and its shipping history.
St. Mary's Church, Rostock
Locate its huge tower in the city skyline to make your way to this 14C church, known for its astronomical clock, calendar, and great views.
Western Pomerania National Park
A large national park along the Baltic coast, offering an array of hiking trails and outdoor activities, as well as diverse wildlfe.
1 nightFri. Oct 09 - Sat. Oct 10
A border town steeped in history, Helsingborg has reinvented itself as a lively destination with great shopping and a few landmarks.
Historic Center, Helsingborg
Stroll along the cobbled lanes and explore the medieval castle ruins, as well as the revamped quayside of this busy border town.
Up the 146 crumbling steps of this once Danish medieval castle tower, you will find marvelous views of the the whole town.
Oddly reminiscent of the tropics, this fun little beach is lined with beautiful palm trees, offering shade and atmospheric scenery.
Museum of Failure, Helsingborg
Learn about the biggest failed products, from New Coke to Google Glass, in the museum that explores the links between failure and success.
1 nightSat. Oct 10 - Sun. Oct 11
An authentic Sweden destination visited by few tourists
Vingaker Historic Center
Walk through the town center and get a feel for the local culture
Situated in the south of Sweden, the city of Linkoping mixes its wealth of medieval history and sights with a modern atmosphere.
One of Sweden's largest cities and home to several historic and cultural attractions, Orebro is most famous for its iconic castle.
Sweden's largest burial mound dates at least to the 3C, featuring impressive stone-ship formations and Viking rune carvings.
8 nightsSun. Oct 11 - Mon. Oct 19
Sweden's capital and most populous city, Stockholm spans 14 small islands, offering its visitors culture, nightlife, and great food.
Historic Center, Stockholm
Explore the winding cobbled streets of the 13C Old Town, sprawling across the Stadsholmen isle and offering visitors much to see.
An island in Central Stockholm, known for its historic buildings, museums, a famed amusement park, and a superb open-air museum.
Skansen Open Air Museum, Stockholm
An amazing open air museum and zoo, which features a replica of a 19C town, and houses a wide range of Scandinavian animals.
City Hall, Stockholm
Located on Kungsholmen, the town hall features a large tower which offers spectacular views of the city.
1 nightMon. Oct 19 - Tue. Oct 20
The Dutch capital retains its medieval charm along with historic buildings, rich culture, its iconic canals, and charming streets.
Historic Center, Amsterdam
Stroll along the iconic canals and streets, taking in the city's atmosphere, or head out to explore Amsterdam's thriving nightlife.
A stunning world-renowned national museum with a focus on art and history, hosting a massive collection of artifacts and artwork.
Jordaan District, Amsterdam
Once a working-class district, Jordaan is now a prestigious neighborhood dotted with cafes, boutiques, and art galleries.
The Nine Streets, Amsterdam
A lively and upbeat shopping district, lined with classy boutiques, colorful storefronts full of souvenirs, and a wealth of cosy cafes.
1 nightTue. Oct 20 - Wed. Oct 21
Belgium's capital is the seat of the EU and boasts a metropolitan cultural diversity, many historic curiosities, and great museums.
Historic Center, Brussels
Get pleasantly lost in this fabulous historic center that takes you along cobbled streets to museums, homes, and historic sites.
Mont des Arts, Brussels
Built for the 1910 Universal Exposition, this area was revitalized to what today is a lovely district of museums and amazing city views.
Museum of Natural Sciences, Brussels
Home to Europe’s largest exhibit of dinosaurs, this museum also excels in its presentation of evolution, minerals, and marine life.
Grand Place, Brussels
A wonderful square in the heart of the city, surrounded on all sides by historic buildings, including the Town Hall and a city museum.
1 nightWed. Oct 21 - Thu. Oct 22
A destination in France frequented by few tourists.
Le Havre Historic Center
Stroll through Le Havre's town center and absorb the local
This small seaside resort is one of the most iconic destinations in Normandy, it also offers plenty of entertainment options.
Home to the Normandy Bridge, this small town offers beautiful landscapes, timbered houses, and a bell tower.
Trouville sur Mer
This beautiful fishermen village combines daily port and beach activity with an authentic vibe, making it a popular destination.
2 nightsThu. Oct 22 - Sat. Oct 24
This modern city has a fascinating history, combined with beautiful architecture and excellent cuisine.
The Machines of the Island, Nantes
This unique and amazing art project combines the world of Verne, the science of Da Vinci, and the history of Nantes.
Dukes of Brittany Palace, Nantes
The fascinating Castle of the Dukes of Brittany is a palace set in a granite fortress, now housing the Nantes History Museum.
Museum of Fine Arts of Nantes
This museum offers an eye-opening journey of the history of painting, from the 13C to the early 20C.
Historic Center, Nantes
Take a relaxed walk and discover the lovely atmosphere of the Nantes historic center.