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Paris , France
Continue to Paris and the Arc de Triomphe, the world's first organized roundabout and Napoleon's homage to his armies and himself. Discover one of the most prestigious monuments of the city, the Notre Dame Cathedral, which took two centuries to complete. Discover one of the most important art collections in the world at the famous Louvre, and view Leonardo's masterpiece, the "Mona Lisa." The most dazzling view of Paris is from atop the Eiffel Tower . Discover your artistic side while strolling around the famous artists' quarter of Montmartre . In an art workshop, you will have the opportunity to work with an instructor to create your own masterpiece. Back to top.
Brussels , Belgium Take in the views on a Rotterdam canal cruise and explore the city. Continue to Brussels , capital of Belgium and an international metropolis with headquarters to both the European Union (EU) and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). Discover the secrets behind Belgium 's famous chocolate when you visit a wonderfully aromatic local chocolatier and taste a sample. Back to top.
Rotterdam , Holland
See Rotterdam 's impressive skyline with its imposing buildings and obtain a unique view of the shipyards, docks and the shipping processes. Visit the International Court of Justice, the main judicial body of the United Nations. Experience Holland in miniature at Madurodam. You'll see Holland reproduced at a 1:25 scale and learn all about the cities you are going to visit in The Netherlands. Enjoy a full day in and around Amsterdam . You will be amazed by the largest flower auction in the world. Visit a typical farm run by a family who will demonstrate how cheese and clogs are made. In the small village of Volendam , take a bike ride through the countryside. Learn how the Dutch use windmills. Visit the Anne Frank House and see how she and her family hid from the Nazis for years during WWII. Back to top.

London , England
Transfer to Stratford-upon-Avon , the birthplace of William Shakespeare. Step back in time and explore the most magnificent medieval castle in Warwick . Imagine yourself in the Middle Ages as you explore the dark and gloomy dungeon, gruesome torture chamber and impressive armory. Experience London 's theater scene by attending a performance of a popular show. Head to Buckingham Palace to view the precisely choreographed Changing of the Guard. Explore the must-see Tower of London and cruise the River Thames to see the city's famous sights. Ride on the London Eye, an astonishing 443-foot-high ride that provides fantastic panoramic views of the city. Back to top.

Midlands, England
Head to the city of Birmingham . Stop to explore the city of Chester , first settled by Romans in 79 A.D. The medieval walls and ornate timber buildings, known as the Chester Rows, represent medieval high-rise stores. Your Roman Centurion guides will tell you historical tales. Back to top.
North Wales, Wales
Catch a ferry to Wales . Take a tram up to the Great Orme Copper Mine. Weather permitting, you'll speed down the mountain on an unforgettable toboggan ride. Back to top.
Dublin , Ireland
Get ready for a morning of adventure through challenging team activities on the shore of Blessington Lakes in the Stunning Wicklow mountains. Some of the activities you may enjoy include kayaking, canoeing, wind surfing, abseiling (rappelling) and archery. Visit the Gaelic Athletic Association Museum which explains the traditional Irish sports of Gaelic football and hurling. Take a unique ride over land and water in a World War II amphibious military vehicle called an Army Duck. Your Viking guide will describe the exciting historical sites in Dublin and how the Vikings first settled in the city 1,000 years ago. Finish with a splash in the historic Grand Canal Basin. Back to top.
County Wicklow , Ireland
Observe all stages of the crystal-manufacturing process, including the highly skilled crafts of glass blowing and engraving. Visit the 19th Century famine ship, the Dunbrody. Journey to Glendalough, valley of the two lakes, where you will find one of Ireland 's most interesting monastic sites. Take a hike along the shores of the lake to discover the Abbey ruins. Back to top.
Cork , Ireland
Uncover the legends at Blarney Castle . Examine Blarney 's famous Woolen Mill, where you will find Irish arts, crafts and linens. Enjoy rural Ireland at its best with a visit to an Irish farm. Experience the everyday workings of a traditional dairy farm, visit a local donkey sanctuary and try your hand at bread making, as well as traditional Irish crafts. You may have the chance to meet the local school children and learn to play traditional Irish games of football and hurling. End your day with an evening of storytelling, followed by Irish music and dancing. Back to top.
Killarney , Ireland
Start your day with a horse-drawn jaunty car trip through the countryside and surrounding lakes of Killarney. Carved by glaciers, this area offers fabulous views of the boulder-strewn gorge. At the bottom of the gorge, take a spectacular cruise across one of the tranquil lakes. Back to top.
West Coast Ireland
Pass through the charming village of Adare to Bunratty Castle and explore the Robing Room, the Main Guard room and the Murder Hole. Adjacent to the castle is Folk Park , a re-created rural village typical of Ireland at the turn of the century. Explore County Clare and the region known as the Burren, a great rocky expanse in Ireland 's County Clare Explore limestone caves and see the majestic Cliffs of Moher. Back to top.
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