Dutch highlights tour
7 days from CAD6,380pp
Glide on the canals of Amsterdam.
Contemplate the masterpieces of the Dutch Golden Age.
Retrace the steps of royalty through The Hague.
Visit some of the original windmills of Holland.
Retrace the footsteps of Rembrandt in his childhood town of Leiden.
Itinerary idea in detail
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Meet your private driver at the airport for your trip into Amsterdam. After settling in, your local guide will meet you at your hotel for a private walking tour of the capital, exploring its grid-like streets and criss-crossing canals. This evening, you board a private salon boat for a sunset cruise along the quietly rippling canals.
You have a full day at leisure today, which you can choose to spend relaxing or exploring. Take advantage of our local knowledge and visit our recommended museums and sights or perhaps venture to the close-by city of Edam, eponymous home of the renowned cheese.
Depart Amsterdam with your private driver and guide for a visit to the hamlet of Zaanse Schans, which boasts a large collection of the original windmills that are a symbol of the Netherlands. The looming structures line the Zaan River, surrounded by neatly trimmed gardens, mill workers’ cottages and tulips in the spring. On return to Amsterdam, you have the afternoon free.
Today, you’ll join a private guide for a walking tour of Amsterdam’s Jewish Quarter, learning about the history of Anne Frank and World War II’s impact on the local community, including a stop at the Auschwitz Monument and Jewish Historical Museum. This evening, travel south to The Hague.
After a free morning, meet your local guide for a walking tour of the city, home of international peace and justice. Visit significant landmarks of political, royal and historical importance as your guide regales you with tales of the city’s past. End the tour with a stop at the Mauritshuis Museum to see some of the best Dutch paintings of the Golden Age.
Depart The Hague for Leiden, where you’ll meet a local guide for a tour of the 17th-century old town, walking the same streets where the town’s best-known resident, Rembrandt, once strolled. You’ll also visit the American Pilgrim Museum, learning the Dutch-American history of these influential Puritans. Return to The Hague for a final evening in the Netherlands.
- The Hague
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