My parents and I plan to visit Netherlands, France, Luxembourg and Belgium.
Since the pandemic, this will be our first trip to Europe. We’ll have approximately 3 weeks in April 2023. We’ve already had our airplane tickets, arriving in Amsterdam and then leaving from Brussels. We would like to travel by train because renting a car in one country and drop off in a different one is expensive for us.
Although we have little interest in museums, we enjoy city sightseeing and plan not to move accommodations multiple times.
Therefore, our starting plan will be as follows:-
DAY 1 : Arrive in Amsterdam around 14.00 pm (5 nights in Amsterdam)
DAY 2 : Day trip to Giethoorn
DAY 3 : Keukenhof and Haarlam
DAY 4 : Waterlands
DAY 5 : Zaanse Schans and Zaandam
DAY 6 : Amsterdam before take train to Rotterdam (3 nights in Rotterdam)
DAY 7 : Rotterdam and Kinderdijk
DAY 8 : Day trip to The Hague and Delft
DAY 9 : Take train to Paris (2 nights in Paris)
DAY 10 : Must do is Visiting Eiffel Tower summit. We’ve been to Paris before but this time we wanna make the ascent to the top of the tower.
DAY 11 : Take train to Strasbourg (2 nights in Strasbourg)
DAY 12 : Day trip to Colmar
DAY 13 : Take train to Luxembourg (2 nights in Luxembourg)
DAY 14 : Day trip to Trier
DAY 15 : Take train to Brussels (4 nights in Brussels)
DAY 16 : Day trip to Brugge and Ghent
DAY 17 : Day trip to Antwerp
DAY 18 : Brussels
DAY 19 : Leave from Brussels around 16.00 pm
Is it doable or what city should I skip?
I would love to hear any comments and suggestions.