Benelux & Switzerland, your client´s next stop?

While Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg may be small, they are powerful, offering some of the most popular European tourist destinations.

Belgium is known for medieval towns and Renaissance architecture. Well connected by air and train, and de facto capital of the European Union, the bilingual capital Brussels is rich in culture. The many attractions include the Grand Place, Manneken Pis, Sainte-Catherine, the Grand Sablon, and the Royal Square, as well as museums like the Belgian Royal Museum of Fine Arts. Bruges is also a popular destination for its gorgeous canal system, historical buildings like the Belfry of Brugge and Basilica of the Holy Blood and the Markt Plaza.

Luxembourg City, the UNESCO-listed capital of Luxembourg, began its history in 963 and has since grown within the deep gorges of the Alzette and Pétrusse rivers, it’s a picturesque city with many medieval ruins, tunnels, and bridges. It is also a place for culture, with notable museums including the Grand Duke Jean Museum of Modern Art, Luxembourg City History Museum and the National Museum of Art and History.

Amsterdam is the most populous city in the Netherlands, famed for its cafe culture, gorgeous canals, and nightlife, as well as attractions like the Anne Frank Museum and Rijksmuseum. 

For breathtaking natural landscapes, Switzerland is the place to go! Amazing ski resorts, luxury hotels, and chic shops are some of the many things to do when visiting Switzerland. Basel is a beautiful city on the Rhine, the super clean river that locals commute by due to its rapid pace.

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