3 days discovery of Holland from your hotel
relaxed 3 day discovery from your hotel with a private guide
This 3-day trip starts and ends at you hotel of choice every day. The 3 days give you most of the highlights of The Netherlands outside Amsterdam. Visiting a working windmill, learn about cheese and visiting a castle is all part of it. During our day-trips we will see a lot of Dutch landscapes including our polders, the water village of Giethoorn as a result of peat moor excavations and get a good feel of medieval cities other then Amsterdam as well. Rotterdam as the biggest harbour in the world is worth a visit with a harbour tour.
Please note: The itinerary is written/planned as if your hotel is located in Amsterdam. When your hotel is not in Amsterdam the itinerary might change on mutual agreement.
Included: guiding services, boat rental, mileage and fuel, lunches, hotel half board, admittance fees, overhead costs
Excluded: evening diners, souvenirs and personal expenses, transfer costs of your booking.
Day 1: Pick-up and introduction at Zaanse Schans Windmills cultural heritage site. Visit the old fishermen’s village of Marken and a visit to the Muiderslot castle.
Day 2: Drive to the harbour of Rotterdam where we will have a harbour tour. A visit to the Royal Delft Blue factory and a city walk in our governmental capital The Hague including the government buildings complete the day. If time lets us we will visit the international Peace Palace where the International Court of Justice has its seat.
Day 3: Drive through the polders to the water village of Giethoorn where no cars can go. Here we will have a private boat tour. Via the valley of the river IJssel with its beautiful scenery we go to the beautiful restored medieval city of Deventer. Raided by the vikings in 882 DC, later on this city became the refuge city for the Bishop of Utrecht and one of the most important and successful Dutch cities in the Hanseatic trading union.
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