Itinerary and optionals of the 7 hours private Amsterdam, Gouda, Delft and the Hague Tour from Amsterdam.
Price for a full day, seven hours, private Amsterdam, Gouda, Delft and the Hague Tour from Amsterdam € 610 or USD 610 per group.
Additional hours or hours less € 80 or USD 80.
Gouda in Hans Langh’s blog:
Thursday Cheese Market, the City Hall, Saint John Church, Cheese and Crafts Museum.
Delft in Hans Langh’s blog:
Market Square, Vermeer Centre, the beautiful facades, Delft blue, Prinsenhof.
The Hague in Hans Langh’s blog:
Panorama Mesdag, Prison Gate, Madurodam, Scheveningen, Noordeinde Palace, Escher Museum, Peace Palace, Kunstmuseum, Automobile Museum, the skyline of the Hague, Mauritshuis Museum.
Leiden in Hans Langh’s blog:
Hortus Botanicus, Leiden museums, Burcht fortress, Leiden University, City Hall, Museum The Cloth Hall.
Rotterdam in Hans Langh’s blog:
Markthal, the Rotterdam skyline, Laurenskerk, Euromast, Maritime Museum, Kinderdijk windmills, SS Rotterdam, Delfshaven, Cubic houses, Holland America Line history.
Included in my Amsterdam, Gouda, Delft and the Hague Tour from Amsterdam could be:
The Mauritshuis collection consists of Dutch and Flemish painters with masterpieces of the Meisje met de Parel of Vermeer and the Anatomy Lesson of Rembrandt.
The collection of the Kröller-Müller Museum consists of the extensive collection of works by Vincent van Gogh, one of the most impressive overviews of his work. Its garden is one of the most pronounced sculpture gardens in Europe.
Delft Blue pottery was first created in the city around 1660 when Vermeer painted his famous View of Delft.
Delft Blue today. Looking for a special gift for a birthday or a real Delft Blue souvenir?
Visit the Aalsmeer flower auction. A world in itself. You have to get up early to see this world-famous auction, but it’s worth it.
Holland’s skating tradition. There is nothing like ice skating over Amsterdam’s frozen canals and Dutch rivers.
In Holland, people have been eating raw herring, the Dutch version of the sushi, for over 600 years. Traditionally herring is to be eaten by holding the fish by its tail, dipping it in onions and letting the raw fish then slide into your mouth.
Rotterdam is a world-famous port city. The city was destroyed by WWII bombs and radically modernized. The Harbour Museum gives an impression of how the original port of Rotterdam developed. Rotterdam’s skyline is impressive.
Zaanse Schans is located in the Dutch countryside, just a few miles north of Amsterdam. Here you can get a vivid impression of the Dutch way of life in the 17th and 18th centuries and consists of authentic houses, a historic shipyard, a cheese and dairy farm, clog-making demonstrations, and lots of windmills.
With more than half the country at or below sea level, the Dutch are experts on water management. Advising on water governance projects in China, Africa and Australia.
From March 23 until May 14 2023.
More than 7 million bulbs are planted in Keukenhof’s 79 acres.
Each year, Keukenhof has a different theme. For 2019, the theme was ‘Flower Power’.
Only during tulip times!
Growing 4.2 million bulbs a year, the Netherlands is the world’s largest producer of tulip bulbs.
Half of which are exported. There are almost 2000 varieties.
Grand Holland private Tour:
water control, fishermen villages, polder landscapes, dikes, windmills, cheese, and tulips.
Hans Langh is always happy to answer questions before you make a reservation (special requests about combining or changing tour pickup and drop off points). Arriving at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol we would like to know your flight number to return you to Schiphol in good time for your onward flight. I would like to hear from you. To book a tour at short notice, same or next day, call Hans Langh on +31 6 14350386.
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