Our tours are private and personalised and the tours are safe for fully vaccinated travellers.
The global tourism industry has been one of the hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic.
Some kind of tours we will certainly not see back again. The tours with busses packed with tourists, following the flag bearing tour guide, having fifteen minutes to look around before leaving to the next overrun popular landmark.
I used to think that I was losing business opportunities by not working with large groups.
Now however it looks that small private groups will be a better choice than large groups and allow my clients to discover the Netherlands in a secure way.
My tours are private and personalised to your needs!
Most Dutch measures against coronavirus and basic rules have been loosened.
Social distancing is one of the main COVID19 measures Holland Private Tours took. By visiting lovely little coastal places; locations all to ourselves.
- We will disinfect every vehicle following any tour.
- Three row of seats, meaning we can fit a maximum of eight passengers.
- The amount of space for passengers and headroom is maximized.
- Small groups, not going in public in large groups.
- Visiting the picturesque places of Holland, where the big tour busses don’t come.
Much more to see! Get inspired! Bon voyage!
Get inspired to discover new European destinations.
Private Tour Guide Holland Hans Langh will help you discover new experiences based on your interests and budget.
More information on my LinkedIn pages or the FaceBook pages of Hans Langh Holland Private Tours.
Your guide knows the places that many tourists might not know about.
Hans Langh’s Private Tours Holland favourite spots in Western Europe, loved by locals:
In the Netherlands:
Holland Lowlands: VBA flower auction in Aalsmeer, Westeinderplassen. Keukenhof’ flower gardens, Leiden, Haarlem, old Dutch windmill village Zaanse Schans, the cheese market in Alkmaar, polders villages Beemster, de Rijp, Schermer.
Along the North Sea: fishing village Noordwijk, Oosterduinse Lake, bulb fields near Hillegom, De Zilk and Lisse, fortress Teylingen, Elsgeesterpolder, castle Duivenvoorde, Vlietland, Braassemermeer, Paddegat, Hoogmade, Rijpwetering, Wijde Aa, The Hague Peace Palace, Royal Palace Noordeinde, the Binnenhof, Mauritshuis, the dunes at Langevelderslag, Zandvoort, Kraantje Lek, Aerdenhout, pumping house de Cruquius.
Around IJsselmeer: Durgerdam, Uitdam, the former island Marken, the Muiderslot Castle, Bunschoten, Spakenburg, Elburg, fishing-villages Monnickendam, Edam cheese market, Enkhuizen harbor, Afsluitdijk, Friesland, Hindeloopen, Workum, Oudemirdum, Giethoorn, the Weerribben.
Friesland the Scotland of Holland: Sneek, Langweer, Sint Nicolaasga, Balk, Stavoren, Bolsward, pottery village Makkum, Ferwerd, Hegebeintum, Bartlehiem.
The heart of Holland: Betuwe Holland’s fruit garden, dikes along the Rhine and Waal Rivers, the Hoge Veluwe National Park, Van Gogh’s works at the Kröller-Müller Museum, Airborne Museum the Battle of Arnhem World War II, Open Air Museum in Arnhem, Royal Palace Het Loo.
South Holland, Brabant and Zeeland: Delft Blue pottery, windmills of Kinderdijk, Alblasserwaard, Schoonhoven the silver town, Dordrecht, natural reserve Biesbosch, Willemstad, the impressive waterways of Zeeland, ‘s Hertogenbosch, (‘the Duke’s forest’), Heusden, Loevestein Castle, Woudrichem.
Limburg: Ravenstein, Grave, Arcen and its beautiful Castle Gardens, Roermond, Thorn, Maastricht.
Island Hopping: the Wadden Sea and the West Frisian Islands, Texel, Vlieland, Terschelling, nature reserve De Geul and Schiermonnikoog.
West Flanders: artistic and architectural wonders of the Flemish capital of Bruges ‘Venice of the North’, artist’s village Damme, leper Tyne Cot English war cemetery, Poperinge, the abbey of Saint Sixtus, the banks of IJzer, IJzertoren monument of World War I.
Belgium the heart of Europe: Antwerp’s Rubens House and the historical City Square, grand square Brussels, Dendermonde, the historical center of the city of Ghent.
The Ardennes hills and fast-flowing rivers: La Roche – en – Ardenne, Hotton and the Ardennes offensive of 1944, the Ourthe River, Marche-en-Famenne, Durbuy, the valley of the Aisne.
The Belgian Coast: Lissewege, the Belle Epoque style in De Haan, castle d’Aertrycke, Wijnendaele castle, Oostende, the nature reserve ‘Het Zwin’.
Champagne: gothic cathedral Reims, the valley of the Marne, Epernay capital of the Champagne region, house Moët and Chandon, the abbey of the Benedictine monk Dom Pérignon, castle Mareuil-sur-Ay, Château-Thierry American battles World War I, Jouarre cheese factory brie de Meaux and brie noir, the canal de l’Ourcq.
Lorraine: the Moselle River and French canals, Rodemack, Remich, Schengen, the Maignot Line, Pompey, Nancy.
Alsace: Vosges mountains, Route de Crêtes, the European Parliament Strasbourg, Munster cheese, Colmar, the Route du Vin.
Burgundy the land of fine art and living: Fontainebleau, the artists village Barbizon, Ferriéres, Chatillon Coligny, locks in Rogny, pont Canal de Briare, Sancerre wine, Chavignol cheese, Nevers.
Dordogne: prehistoric caves and sites Les Eyzies, château Beynac, Château Castelnaud, Château de Losse, Lascaux cave, white wine Bergerac, red wine Cahors, sweet wine Monbazillacs.
The Loire Valley ‘Garden of France’: medieval village Amboise, Château de Chambord ‘castle of castles’, Castle of Villandry, Château of Cheverny, Forest of Russy, Château Beauregard, Catherine de Medici’s Château Chaumont.
Provence: Aigues Mortes Wilderness of Camargue, Van Gogh’s Starry Night at Saint Remy de Provence, vineyards Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Festival d’Avignon, Monts de Vaucluse, Roussillon, Gordes, Cavaillon, Avignon, Maussane les Alpîlles, Maximin la Sainte Baume, Cassis.
Bordeaux Wine Country: the Sauterne vineyards, ‘Entre-deux Mer’ vineyards, Rauzan, Saint-Emilion, Côtes de Blaye AOC vineyards, Pauillac, Château Marquax.
Midi: Sète, Cap d´Agde, Béziers, the Canal du Midi, locks of Fonserannes, ‘Via Domitia’, Narbonne, Carcassonne, Castelnaudary, ‘ville rose’ Toulouse.
The Seine Valley: Montargis, Château- Renard, the medieval town Ferrieres, old Gallic village Château-Landon, Fontainebleau, Melun.
Normandy: Bayeux, D-Day Omaha beach, Caen, ‘Pointe du Hoc, Honfleur, the valleys of the Yéres and the Breste, Gamaches.
Bavarian Lakes and Romantic Road: Via Claudia Augusta, Augsburg the second oldest city in Germany, Lake Ammersee, Lake Wörthsee, Lake Prisensee, Andech monastery, Füssen, Schwangau, Lake Staffelsee, Lake Riegsee, St. Mang Basilica, King Louis’s castles Hohenschwangau and Neuschwanstein, Landsberg, Königsbrunn.
German Wine Route: Neustadt, Rhine-Hessen vineyards, Rhineland-Palatinate, Baden Baden, Black Forest, the Gutenberg museum Mainz, Worms, Pfälzerwald,the picturesque towns Oppenheim, Rüdesheim, Bad Dürkheim.
Rhine and Ruhr: Kalkar former nuclear processing plant, Ruhrort Europe’s largest industries. Essen, Duisburg, Oberhausen, and Dortmund, Cologne center of the Holy Roman Empire.
Moselle and Saar: Porta Nigra Trier, Wasserbillig in Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, vineyards of Calmont, the city of the black cat Zell, Bernkastel- Kues, Alzey, Koblenz Ehrenbreitstein Fortress.
Around Berlin: Brandenburg and the heartland of Prussia, Potsdam, Sanssouci Castle, the Russian colony Alexandrowka, Müritz-National Park, Rostock Hansesail Regatta, the Baltic Sea.
Around Lake Constance: through the countries of Austria, Germany, and
Switzerland, Constance, the island of Mainau, Friedrichshafen Zeppelin Museum, Lindau, Staad, St. Gallen, Rorschach.
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.