The price includes:
Day 1: Assembly of participants, departure at 05.00 AM, drive to AMSTERDAM, city tour: Royal Palace, New Church, Dam Square, Beguines House, Rembrandt House, dinner, overnight.
Day 2: Breakfast, drive to LISIEUX, city tour, dinner, overnight.
Day 3: Breakfast, visit to the Basilica of St. Therese of the Child Jesus, dinner and overnight.
Day 4: Breakfast, drive to RENNES, visit to the capital of Brittany: a picturesque Old Town with 18th century wooden buildings and the Cathedral of St. Peter. Drive to QUIMPER – the oldest city of Brittany with a beautiful Old Town and gothic cathedral. Drive to the coast called Finistere – The End of the Earth. Walk to Pointe du Raz, enjoy the beautiful view of the uneven rocks. Dinner and overnight.
Day 5: Breakfast, drive through one of many picturesque coasts of Normandy. Drive to ST-MALO – a heavily fortified harbour located on a rocky peninsula, fortified with defensive walls hiding the St. Vincent Cathedral. Walk through the narrow streets of the Old Town. Drive to MONT-ST-MICHEL which shape is the symbol of Normandy. Visit to the town and the famous Gothic monastery located on the top of the island surrounded by high walls. Dinner, overnight.
Day 6: Breakfast. Short tour to CAEN: Abbaye aux Hommes – male abbey and Abbaye aux Dames – female abbey, castle of William the Conqueror. Drive to the Omaha beach, place of the bloodiest battles during the invasion of the Allied forces in the so-called “D” Day, visit to the Museum in Arromanches. Drive through PAYS D’AUGE – a typical for Normandy rural area with lush pastures and orchards – to Honfleur. Visit to this picturesque harbour located at the mouth of the Seine. Drive through Falaise d’Aval, Fecamp and Etretat, famous for impressive tunnels and rock arches. Drive to the area of Rouen. Dinner, overnight.
Day 7: Breakfast, check-out from the hotel, travel by public transport to ROUEN – the capital of Normandy and an important cultural centre. City tour: Notre Dame Cathedral – a masterpiece of Gothic architecture with the famous façade and the highest spire in France, the 15th century Gothic Palais de Justice – once the Normandy parliament – a beautiful example of flaming Gothic, Vieux-Marche Square, Ste-Jeanne-d’Arc Church and St-Ouen Church with a rough interior decorated with stained glass. Dinner and overnight.
Day 8: Breakfast, departure. Return to the pick-up place – end of the pilgrimage.