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GRAND TOUR NETHERLANDS
During this tour, we will take you to all the attractions the country has to offer. Visit the capital city of Amsterdam, followed by some of the must-visit attractions in and around Amsterdam. After Amsterdam, we will visit different regions including South Holland, the Green valley of Gelderland, Fishing villages, Medieval towns, and Seaside towns.
Amsterdam – Volendam / Zaanse Schaans – Giethoorn – Veluwe – het Gooi – Utrecht / Rotterdam – Hague / Delft – Den Bosch/Dordrecht – Maastricht
Day 1 :
Arrive at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. Our representative will meet you at the airport and will bring you to the hotel. Amsterdam, the capital city of the Netherlands famous for its canals will keep you busy for days. We suggest taking a walk around the 17th-century canal ring area, a famous UNESCO heritage site or relax at the hotel.
Day 2 :
City tour of Amsterdam. Today we visit some of the main attractions of Amsterdam including the Royal Palace, Dam, Red light district, 9 streets of Jordaan, Flower market, a walking tour along the scenic canals. After the visits, enjoy a boat cruise in Amsterdam Canals. A boat cruise on the canals of Amsterdam is a great way to explore and learn about the history of Amsterdam.
After the canal cruise, you have the option to visit one of Amsterdam’s experiences including the Heineken experience, Amsterdam Ice Bar, Madame Tussauds, Ripley’s believe it or not or the Amsterdam Dungeon.
Day 3 :
The Netherlands has produced some of the well-known artists of the past few centuries. Today we explore the museums of Amsterdam including the Rijks Museum (famous for Rembrandt paintings), Van Gogh museum and Stedelijk museum. Alternatively, you can visit the famous Anne Frank house.
Or we will visit the fishing village of Edam and Volendam. From Volendam, we will take a boat to visit Marken, famous for wooden houses. After visiting Marken, we will drive to Zaanse Schans known for windmills and cheese farms. After the visit, we will return to Amsterdam.
Today after breakfast we will visit Giethoorn nicknamed the ‘Dutch Venice’ famous for its grand houses surrounded by water. Walk around the little village or enjoy a boat ride in the canals of Giethoorn. After the visit drive back to Amsterdam.
This evening, go for a walking tour of Amsterdam city at night. Amsterdam is famous for several clubs and enjoy a night out where the local’s hangout. Overnight in Amsterdam.
Today we will check out from the hotel in Amsterdam and will drive to Veluwe. Voted by the Dutch as the finest area of scenic beauty Veluwe is where forests, sand drifts, lichen steppes and heathlands form a splendid natural landscape. After checking in at the hotel, we will visit the famous Paleis Het Loo and the garden located beside the palace. The palace was a former royal residence and is now a museum. The baroque gardens have a symmetrical design, taking the garden of the 17th century as an example, and are unique in the Netherlands. Overnight in Veluwe.
Today, you will checkout from the Veluwe and drive to Naarden.
Naarden , a fort village built in the water in the shape of a star, is a textbook example of a popular style of fortification that evolved in Europe during the 16th century. Naarden’s star fortification is complete with fortified walls and a moat which are in a good state as five centuries ago. In fact, Naarden is one of the best-preserved fortified towns in Europe today. Great Church, situated on the Markstraat and dates from the 15th century and the Spanish House situated at Turfpoortstraat 27, was originally a church building converted to house migrants, is worth visiting.
Overnight in Naarden
Day 7 : Today, after breakfast we will drive to the city of Utrecht. Utrecht one of the largest cities of The Netherlands was once an important city than Amsterdam. The city centre of Utrecht is famous for canals which are over 800 years old, cobbled streets and Gothic medieval architecture.Enjoy a canal cruise in the Oudegracht or walk around the historcic city centre dotted with cafe’s and bars. After the visit we will drive to Rotterdam and check-in at the hotel. After check-in we will visit some of the attractions of the city including the Markt Hal, a modern indoor market hall opened in 2014, famous Cubic houses for some quick pictures from outside, and Saint Lawrence Church, the only remnant of the medieval city of Rotterdam. Rotterdam is famous for hip streets including Witte de Withstraat , famous for numerous cafes and bars.
Overnight in Rotterdam
Day 8 :
After breakfast, we will drive to The Hague, the seat of the government of The Netherlands. We will visit some of the attractions of Hague including the Dutch parliament, Supreme court, Peace Palace, Royal Palace and Panorama Mesdag, a beautiful depiction of the town of Scheveningen in the 1800s in a 360-degree panoramic view. We will visit the famous museums including Mauritshuis and the Gemeente museum.
After the visit, we will drive to the town Delft, famous for Delft Blue pottery. The Delft Blue workshop is an interesting session where you will learn about the Delft Blue. After the visit drive back to Rotterdam.
Day 9 :
Today we will explore the cities Dordrecht and Den Bosch.
Dordrecht : The city of monuments, Dordrecht is a historic city dates back to 800 years.The city houses numerous buildings that were built in the Middle Ages, typical Dordrecht facades, prominent mansions, warehouses, churches and water towers amog others. The town is an excellent place to try cycling.
Den Bosch : One of the oldest city of The Netherlands, Den Bosch is located in the province of Noord Brabant and not part of ‘Holland’ , mostly visited by tourists. The city is famous for it’s market square and the city is best expored by foot.
Day 10 :
Today after breakfast we will visit the beautiful and historic Southern city of Maastricht. Maastricht is a charming city and is perfect for a slow day where we will explore Cathedral book store, walk along the Maas river, and explore some of the coolest neighbourhoods inlcuding the Wyck, which used to be a site for Roman castle and temple. Maastricht is known for it’s unique southern cuisine known as the ‘Bourgondische’ and it’s cakes and pasteries called as Vlaai.
The trip ends here.