Traveling to Europe with romantic France, peaceful Netherlands, romantic Germany and ancient Belgium is a 9-day-8-night journey that Kim Tin presents to loyal customers who have accompanied the company during the pastime.
Paris love song
Arriving in Paris in an early fall morning, it shocked all customers when they witnessed the beautiful moment of France when wearing a glamorous golden shirt. The beauty of a Paris fall day makes people temporarily forget the busy life and immersed in the great love song of nature.
Kim Tin’s team walked on the street to listen to the sounds of soft music. It was the sound of the breeze blowing through the street, the rustling sound of old yellow leaves falling gently on the road. After that, the group embarks on a boat to explore famous places along the banks of the Seine, such as the Louvre Museum, the Eiffel Tower, the Orsay Museum, Notre Dame Cathedral, Trocadero Square. Customers are delighted by the dreamy beauty of the pale afternoon sun down the immense streets.
Fall, Bruges put on a romantic robe
Continue the journey to explore the fall in Europe, Kim Tin’s team visited Bruges- Belgium with old oak trees and bright yellow maple leaves stretches of canals that both sides’ streets come alive. What is more interesting than walking under the shady trees, admiring the fall scenery under the “kneading” hands of nature? The quaint city with alleys, pillars and churches seems more romantic in the late afternoon light. Then head to De Halve Maan Brewery, a famous beer bar and museum in Bruges, to enjoy Belgium’s most famous beer and chocolate.
Coming to Amsterdam, tourism was supprised while all the streets were bicycles. A lot of customers tried to feel enjoy sitting on a nice, beautiful bike with a rattan basket, flower baskets in front, body paint one color, tail paint other color and cycling around town.
After cycling around the center of Amsterdam, the Kim Tin delegation visited windmill village Zaanse Schans, the station 40 minutes from the city center by train. Feeling so peaceful when surfing the small streets of European villages, one side is the windmills dating from the 17th century that reaching out in the sky, reflecting down the Zaan River, one side is an untouched field of grass.
Dreaming fall in Frankfurt
The next journey that Kim Tin delegation conquered was Frankfurt – the fifth largest city in Germany, hidden on the Main River with high-rise buildings leaning on the water. Customers love to explore the picture of Frankfurt city because of the many contrast colors, because it has a mix of modern features through skyscrapers and ancient features such as Romerberg Square, St Paulskirche church, Goethe house.
The 9-day-8-night journey to experience European fall has left customers with unforgettable memories. Kim Tin hopes to join customers in conquering new horizons and new successes.