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The Hotel Walram, Valkenburg
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Amsterdam, Cologne & Valkenburg Inclusive

A wonderful five day adventure combining the delights of pretty Amsterdam, the beauty of Cologne and the charm of Valkenburg along with splendid accommodation and a happy hour free bar each evening.

• Coach travel throughout
• Reserved seating on your holiday coach
• Four nights bed and continental breakfast, with three dinners and a light supper on the first evening at the Hotel Walram, Valkenbrug
• All bedrooms with en-suite facilities
• Happy hour free bar on three evenings with a choice of local beers and wines as advertised on arrival
• Time to enjoy the delights of Valkenburg
• Extended day excursion to Amsterdam
• Visit to Cologne.

Superb Inclusive Package
Our superb All-Inclusive package features dinner, bed and continental breakfast each day, plus a happy hour free bar for three evenings (house brands beer and wine as advertised on arrival).

Please note:Travel to mainland Europe is via the Eurotunnel.

Amsterdam
Enjoy the delights of Amsterdam, stroll around the tree-lined canals, gracefully decorated gables of grand mansions, cobbled streets and humpback bridges or visit one of its many museums, including the Rijksmuseum, Van Gough Museum and the Stedelijk.

Cologne
We visit historical Cologne, one of the oldest cities in Germany, with narrow, cobbled-stoned alleys and the Roman church of Great St Martin. Visitors are drawn by its rustic, narrow alleyways lined with traditional old houses. Located on the banks of the Rhine, Cologne is full of beautiful buildings, museums and fountains.

Valkenburg
A former municipality in the provence of South Holland, Valkenburg boasts beautiful architecture, prettily decorated terraces, quaint cafes and so much more. The ruins of the 12th century castle are the highest in the Netherlands and offers an array of museums and Dutch delights for your exploration.

A stylish hotel rich in history, originally an 18th century farm, the Hotel Walram has been transformed with modern facilities and a relaxing and welcoming atmosphere.

 

Hotel Features: All bedrooms with en-suite facilities, hairdryer and television ● Restaurant ● Lift ● Cosy bar ● Lounge and reading room ● Enclosed gardens ● Indoor swimming pool and sauna.

Amsterdam

Often referred to as the “Venice of the North” because of its beautiful canals that criss-cross the city, Amsterdam offers visitors an attractive mix of charming architecture, history, culture, and pavement cafes. Why not take a coach to Amsterdam and enjoy the laid back atmosphere?
Amsterdam’s delightful architecture can be seen across the city but particularly in the canal district which dates from the 17th century, with a number of different boat tours available to take you around the many pretty tree-lined canals.

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Cologne

Cologne is the fourth largest city in Germany, situated on the picturesque landscape of the Rhine River and is known for being a media, tourism and business hotspot with various attractions to be enjoyed on our coach breaks from its gothic architecture to their brilliant Lights Festival & Christmas Markets.

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European Holiday Insurance

At National Holidays, we always do everything we can to ensure your holiday runs as smoothly as possible from start to finish. For this reason, we strongly recommend you take out holiday insurance to ensure you’re prepared for the unexpected.

For all holidays to mainland Europe we require all holidaymakers to take out some form of Holiday Insurance.

To provide you with a travel insurance policy designed with our customers in mind, we’ve teamed up with specialist insurance providers Towergate Chapman Stevens. Some of the benefits of our insurance policy include:

• All ages are considered

• 24-hour English speaking emergency assistance

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Passport Required:
If you are British citizen then you must bring your passport with you. If you are not a British citizen you should check via your own embassy whether you require a visa.

 

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