|Sedan 1‑3 pax||Luxury Sedan 1‑3 pax||Minivan 1‑7 pax|
Half Day City
Despite its fame as a haven for various vices, Amsterdam also offers visitors a wholesome slate of sights and attractions. Visit the highlights on this 4 hour city tour. Begin in the heart of the city at Dam Square, with the Royal Palace. Built as a city hall in the middle of the 17th century, its decorations pay homage to the Dutch trade empire of the time, with various map and globe motifs. Cross a series of canals to the Museumplein, the city’s largest green space. Ringed by museums including the Rijkmuseum, featuring Rembrandt’s Night Watch, and the Van Gogh Museum. Tourists and locals alike relax in the park, both around the fountains and on the “I Amsterdam” sign. At the far end of the park is the Concertgebouw, one of the world’s finest concert halls. Returning to the central canals, visit the Portuguese Synagogue and Rembrandt House. The tour finishes with the “Weeping Tower,” part of the old city wall romanticized as the place where sailors said goodbye before leaving their loved ones.
Half Day Volendam & Marken
While Amsterdam has cultivated an atmosphere saturated with modern and international influences, the surrounding countryside retains charming Dutch traditions and culture. On this 4 hour day trip, explore the coasts of the Zuiderzee to discover it for yourself. Located north of the city, the Zuiderzee has been reduced from a saltwater inlet to a series of dammed lakes through centuries of land reclamation. Even the tour’s first destination, Marken, has been turned from island to peninsula. Here you will find a classic Dutch farming village untouched by modernization. Up the coast, visit the towns of Edam, famous for the world renowned Edamer cheese, and Volendam, where traditional Dutch costumes can be seen in everyday dress.
Half Day flower fields (April - May)
Holland has long been associated with its legendary tulip industry, and on this seasonal 4 hour tour, experience its full majesty. Not far from Amsterdam is the town of Lisse, home to the Keukenhof Estate, known as the “Garden of Europe.” A romantic, ivy covered chateau, the Keukenhof is surrounded by almost 100 acres of gardens that open to visitors when the flowers bloom. Some 7 million bulbs are planted each year, arranged according to seasonal themes. Patrons range from locals to tourists to even the Dutch Royal Family.
Full Day Grand Holland
Experience the many facets of Holland on this truly grand 8 hour adventure. From Amsterdam, head towards southern Holland, stopping first at Aalsmeer. The “flower capital,” it hosts the largest market for flowers worldwide on weekdays. Next is Delft, home to a fascinating blend of architecture, as well as the famous blue pottery of the Dutch Golden Age. At the Rhine River delta you will reach the city of Rotterdam, Europe’s largest port. Finally, visit The Hague. In the city center is the Binnenhof, home to the national government of The Netherlands. Another major landmark is the Peace Palace, which houses the International Criminal Court and Court of Justice.
|Sedan 1‑2 pax||Luxury Sedan 1‑2 pax||Minivan 1‑6 pax|
|Airport - Hotels||$190||$240||$220|
|Rail Station - Hotels||$115||$175||$145|
|Pier - Hotels||$115||$175||$145|
|Amsterdam - Rotterdam||$395||$600||$485|
|Amsterdam - The Hague||$280||$415||$345|
|Amsterdam - Nijmegem pier||$600||$910||$740|
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