GMA-7 stars Jennylyn Mercado and Dennis Trillo took a much-needed break from their hectic schedule, and took a romantic trip to Europe.
Since the couple got back in each other's arms, they have been traveling here and abroad.
This is the Kapuso couple's second out-of-the-country trip after celebrating their birthdays in Maldives last May, and the second time to visit Netherlands.
They first visited the country in November 2015, after rumors about their rekindled relationship became a trending topic in showbiz.
This time, they checked out the Skylounge Amsterdam, where Dennis took their wefie with Jennylyn planting a kiss on his cheek. Kilig!!!
Meanwhile, Jennylyn took a video with Dennis...
Amsterdam is known as "the Venice of the North" because of its more than 100-kilometer canals and over 1,500 bridges connecting about 90 islands. The city's four main canals are Prinsengracht, Herengracht, Keizersgracht, and Singel.
The couple had an evening stroll, and enjoyed the view.
DenJen also had time to catch the movie Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them at Pathé De Munt cinemas.
And what's a trip without trying the country's cuisine?
The Kapuso actress enjoyed a sumptuous dinner at the Michelin-starred Ciel Bleu restaurant in Hotel Okura Amsterdam and a cup of coffee at Bagels & Beans.
FRANCE. From Amsterdam, Dennis and Jennylyn took a train to Paris, France via the Rotterdam Central station.
he Kapuso stars dropped by the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris, also known as Sacré-Cœur Basilica, which was designed by French architect Paul Abadie.
The construction of the building started in 1875, but was finished in 1914, 30 years after the French architect's demise.
DenJen also visited the Arc de Triomphe de l'Étoile (Triumphal Arc of the Star) located at Champs Elysees.
One of Paris's famous monuments, it was built in August 1806.
They visited another church, L'église de la Madeleine, which was built from 1828 to 1842.
French military and political leader Napoleon Bonaparte spearheaded its construction, and tapped Pierre-Alexandre Vignon to design the structure.
After a few days in Paris, Dennis and Jennylyn went back to Amsterdam.