Combinatiereis Kanaaleilanden
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Combinatiereis Kanaaleilanden

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Created: Wednesday, June 7, 2023 - Departure: Friday, October 13, 2023
Ref ID: 5587383
Total price From 1.744 €
Created: Wednesday, June 7, 2023 - Departure: Friday, October 13, 2023
Destinations: Calais, Dinard, Guernsey, Jersey, Dinard, Amiens

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13 Oct
Car journey 483 Kilometers - 5h 5m
Leeuwarden
Calais
13 Oct
1. Calais
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About the destination: Calais is a city in the Nord-Pas de Calais region of France. It is the closest point on the French mainland to England; Dover lies across the English Channel (La Manche) just 32 km away. The town has a major cross-Channel ferry port, and the French entrance to the Channel Tunnel is nearby. MAIN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS Calais Town Hall The Town Hall of Calais is one of the important landmarks in Calais mainly because of its architecture and historical importance. The construction of the Town Hall belfry started in 1911 with an aim was to merge the towns of Calais and Saint-Pierre. Its construction was interrupted during World War I, but finally completed in 1925. A brick and stone building in a Neo-Flemish style, the spire of the belfry tower stands 75 meters tall from where an electric bell rings every hour. The Town Hall structure is so distinguishing that it can be seen from miles around. Calais Lighthouse The Calais Lighthouse stands at a towering height of 51 meters and has a spiral 271 step staircase that leads to the lantern. Climbing the lighthouse, may seem a little to tiring, but the amazing breathtaking view of the Calais town and the English Channel, is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Le Citadel The Citadel in Calais is a fortification built by the Lord of Boulogne in 1929 with the contribution of citizens of Calais, in order to protect their city from attacks.
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14 Oct
Car journey 518 Kilometers - 5h 3m
Calais
Dinard
14 Oct
2. Dinard
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About the destination: Walking around Dinard, with its Belle Époque villas and stripy beach tents, is like taking a trip back to the 19th century. The most British of Brittany’s resorts is popular with families who are attracted by its sandy beaches and coastal walks. Nearby Saint-Briac and Saint-Lunaire are also worth a visit.
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14 Oct
Transport from Dinard to Guernsey
Condor Ferries
Condor Ferries - Condor Ferries Condor Voyager
12:20 - St Malo (Harbour)
13:15 - Guernsey (Harbour)
1h 55m Nonstop
Accommodation / Seating:Ocean Traveller (Standaard Zitplaats)
Cabin Class: Economy
14 Oct
3. Guernsey
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About the destination: Guernsey, officially Dance of Guernsey, is a unit of the British Crown located in the English Channel, west of the coasts of Normandy, France.
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18 Oct
Transport from Guernsey to Jersey
Condor Ferries
Condor Ferries - Condor Ferries Condor Voyager
16:20 - Guernsey (Harbour)
17:20 - Jersey (St Helier) (Harbour)
1h 0m Nonstop
Accommodation / Seating:Ocean Traveller (Standaard Zitplaats)
Cabin Class: Economy
18 Oct
4. Jersey
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About the destination: Jersey, officially Dancing Jersey, is a british Crown unit located on the English Channel, specifically west of the coasts of Normandy, France.
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21 Oct
Transport from Jersey to Dinard
Condor Ferries
Condor Ferries - Condor Ferries Condor Voyager
19:30 - Jersey (St Helier) (Harbour)
21:55 - St Malo (Harbour)
1h 25m Nonstop
Accommodation / Seating:Ocean Traveller (Standaard Zitplaats)
Cabin Class: Economy
21 Oct
5. Dinard
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About the destination: Walking around Dinard, with its Belle Époque villas and stripy beach tents, is like taking a trip back to the 19th century. The most British of Brittany’s resorts is popular with families who are attracted by its sandy beaches and coastal walks. Nearby Saint-Briac and Saint-Lunaire are also worth a visit.
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21 Oct
Car journey 426 Kilometers - 4h 16m
Dinard
Amiens
21 Oct
6. Amiens
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About the destination: Amiens is a city and commune in northern France, 120 km north of Paris and 100 km south-west of Lille. Amiens is the capital of the northern French region of Picardy. As well as its own attractions, the city makes a practical base from which to explore the area of the First World War's Western Front located nearby. MAIN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS Amien’s cathedral The Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of Amiens, or simply Amiens Cathedral, is a Roman Catholic cathedral and seat of the Bishop of Amiens. It is situated on a slight ridge overlooking the River Somme in Amiens. It is the 19th largest church in the world. Les Hortillonages The hortillonages “floating gardens” are emblematic of Amiens. You can discover them in special boats known as “barques à cornet”. They are interlaced with 65km of small canals. These market gardens, gently lapped by the Avre and the Somme, have been cultivated since the Middle Ages. Every Saturday, the hortillons (name given to the market gardeners) sell their products at the water market in the Saint-Leu district. The Jules Verne’s cirque It is one of the most important monuments of the city and spectacles to see. The circle was built is 1889 and his name was the Municipal Circle of Amiens still 2003. This circle can receive 3000 people and spectacles of theatre, dance, concerts and sports events are celebrated almost every day.
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22 Oct
Car journey 557 Kilometers - 5h 46m
Amiens
Leeuwarden
Total price From 1.744 €
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