Day Trip / Out of Town, Local Experience, Other
Kid Friendly: No.
Maximum travelers: 4
Dutch (conversational), English (fluent), French (fluent), Spanish (conversational), German (basic), Italian (fluent)
Delft, Rotterdam, The Hague choose your en-route stops. Private driver guide
Start or end in Brussels or Amsterdam.
This tour takes you on a whirlwind experience of Holland. You will of course explore the capital city of Amsterdam and its world-famous museums as well as traditional and historic Dutch villages. You will have a chance to see the flat green polders with thousands of canals, windmills and farm houses nestled in a typical Dutch landscape. Especially Zaanse Schans, Volendam, Marken and Edam make a popular typical trip, with their traditional costumes and clogs, and of course cheese farms and flower markets.
Cities you will visit include: Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Delft, Vollendam, Marken, Gouda, Edam, Zanse Schaans, Beemster Polder, De Rijp, Zandam (choose max. 3).
Brussels - Antwerp - Delft - Rotterdam - The Hague - Zaanse Schans - Amsterdam - (to be discussed and agreed on)
Guided walk at each place.
To be agreed on with your guide
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Anywhere in Belgium or around Amsterdam
End location: Same as above
Duration: 12 hours
From 8am till 8pm
I use a Kia Sportage (1 to 3 clients) or a Citroen Picasso (4 clients). In case number is larger than 4, please contact me.
Services of a personal English-speaking driver guide and private transportation for 1up to 4 passengers (price per tour, not pp).
Cheese tasting at cheese farm, clog making demo, entrance to windmill, Blue Delft pottery workshop private tour.
Taxes, tolls, gas and mileage as per program.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
40 euros - Lunch on the way, souvenirs, personal expenses
Optional 1h canal cruise in Amsterdam (highly recommended)
Meals, optional canal cruise in Amsterdam, personal expenses, souvenirs
If number of passengers is larger than 4, please contact me
Please check my calendar for availability.
For walking tours taken between October and March - in case of bad rainy, snowy, windy cold weather, we might either shorten the walks or visit indoor sites instead.