Four countries in one day: Luxembourg, France, Belgium and Germany

You will visit 4 countries at once in one day!

We will begin with a sightseeing tour of Luxembourg.

The unique city-fortress invites you on an excursion: to the Gothic cathedral of Saint-Michel, the luxurious shopping street of Grande Rue, the ducal palace, and the cathedral of Notre Dame.

The next place we set off to, the city of Trier, is claimed to be the most ancient city in Germany.It is believed that the city was founded in 16 BC by emperor Augustus. The monumental structures from that time that have survived up to this day – the main tourist attractions of Trier – are nowadays under the protection of UNESCO.

Then, we will visit the village that is known all over the world… Schengen.

Known due to the Schengen agreement, this village is located in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. Its population is about 400 inhabitants. The village’s main attraction is the castle built in 1390.

One of the main productions of Schengen village is winemaking.

After the excursion in Schengen, you will be transferred to the French city of Metz.

The combination of German austerity and French charm, the legend of a bishop who defeated the dragon and the oldest theater in France – all of this is the picturesque city of Metz.

The city’s garden, the brightest cathedral in Europe, the Christmas market, the singing fountains, pies and Mirabelle tincture – Mets is mysterious, majestic and unforgettable!

Then, we set off to the last country of our one-day trip – Belgium!

You will visit one of the oldest cities in the country, the city of Arlon.

This charming place, located in the south-eastern part of Belgium is the capital of Luxembourgprovince and one of the oldest cities in the state.

Arlon grew out of a small Celtic village, on the site of which the ancient Romans built a powerful outpost.

At the end of the III century, local residents were forced to move to the hill and encircle their homes with a powerful fortress wall to protect themselves from barbarians’ raids. Some fragments of the wall have survived up to this day.

Going on a tour of the city, you will see the remains of the Roman tower, visit the Archaeological Park, in the center of which the ruins of the oldest Belgian church lie, and examine the burial vaults of the Merovingian dynasty.

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Tour information

Duration: 10 hours


Amsterdam sightseeing tour
Red Lights district
Van Gogh Museum
Rijksmuseum (National Gallery)
A tuk-tuk tour in Amsterdam
Canal-cruise in the candlelight
The Royal Palace, Amsterdam
Amsterdam – the city of Rembrandt
A tour to the world of purses
Amsterdam sightseeing tour on a private boat
The history of Dutch seafaring

The Hague and the North Sea
ZaanseSchans – mill park
Fishing village Volendam
Holland as it is
Castle de Haar
Marken – the former isle
Castle Muiderslot
Keukenhofflower park
Tour to Edam
Haarlem (Frans Hals museum)
Flowers Auction, Aaslmeer
A village with no roads
Zaandam (The house where Peter the Firststayed)
Het Loo Palace
Zuiderzee” Enkhuizen (the open-air museum Zuiderzee)
Alkmaar (cheese market)

Authors Excursions
Glory to the bicycle!
A day of the life of Rembrandt
The Dutch Adventure
Tram #8
Tourist-free Holland
Open-air museum in Arnhemt

Belgium and Luxembourg
Brussels Beer Tour
A museum in the open air – Bosrijk, Maastricht
Leuven and Maastricht
Oyster farms of Zealand
Chimay Abbey and castle Bouillon
A tour to the ancient city of Echternach
The wine road tour
Excursion to the medieval castles Vianden and Beaufort
The German part of the Moselle valley
Four countries in one day: Luxembourg, France, Belgium and Germany
Trier, the most ancient city in Germany