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Combo Saver: Amsterdam City Tour & Delft/The Hague/Madurodam

by Lindbergh Tour and Travel
per adult Price is £70
Duration: 11h 45m Free cancellation No Booking Fees E-voucher (printout not required) Offered in: English Offered in: English

Highlights

  • Guided tour of 3 Dutch cities: Amsterdam, Delft & The Hague

  • Remarkable sights in Amsterdam's UNESCO-listed centre

  • Traditional diamond workshop & windmills along the Amstel

  • Chance to visit a manufacturer of world-famous Delftware

  • Historic buildings & grand avenues throughout The Hague

Highlights

  • Guided tour of 3 Dutch cities: Amsterdam, Delft & The Hague

  • Remarkable sights in Amsterdam's UNESCO-listed centre

  • Traditional diamond workshop & windmills along the Amstel

  • Chance to visit a manufacturer of world-famous Delftware

  • Historic buildings & grand avenues throughout The Hague

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9:00 AM, Tour in English

Duration 11h 45m No booking or credit card fees

Live Commentary in English.

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£69.11

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Combo Saver: Amsterdam City Tour & Delft/The Hague/Madurodam

Activity Location

Delft

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Tours and Tickets

    34 De Ruijterkade

    Amsterdam 1012 AA


Description

See some of the most remarkable sights of 3 charming Dutch cities. Admire the UNESCO-listed centre and enchanting canals of Amsterdam, the renowned blue pottery of Delft and the historic centre and political seat of the Netherlands, The Hague.

Hop aboard a luxury coach in the morning to enjoy a comprehensive tour of Amsterdam's iconic sights. Enjoy anecdotes from a knowledgeable guide along a city route that includes the 17th-century Royal Palace, the impressive Rijksmuseum, infamous Red Light District, solemn National Monument, iconic Skinny Bridge and the vibrant Albert Cuyp Market.

Enter a diamond factory to witness how rough stones are cut and polished into precious jewels. Perhaps make a photo stop in front of a windmill near the river Amstel. Then leave the Dutch capital, driving by fascinating polders, land reclaimed from the sea over centuries and protected by dikes.

Arrive at Delft in the afternoon and visit Royal Delft – a manufacturer that produces the city's renowned blue pottery, Delftware – to see how the delicate items are produced. Continue with a leisurely stroll on the picturesque streets and squares of this immaculately preserved old town.

Then head to The Hague, home to the Parliament and the Royal Court of Justice. See the tower of Peace Palace, and gaze at the grand, opulent Binnenhof complex. Your last stop is the Madurodam miniature park, home to a range of model replicas of famous Dutch landmarks before returning to Amsterdam.


Inclusions

  • Guided tour of Amsterdam, Delft and The Hague

  • Admission to a diamond factory and Royal Delft

  • Roundtrip transport to and from central Amsterdam


Exclusions

  • Meals and drinks


Know Before You Book

  • Children aged 3 and younger are complimentary.

  • Check-in is 30 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.


Combo Saver: Amsterdam City Tour & Delft/The Hague/Madurodam ratings based on 4 verified reviews

Verified reviews

3.9 out of 5

1/5 27 Sep 2018

City tour ruined by guests talki g over guide To delft and Hague the guide Adrian was terrible might as well had no guide very disappointed

3/5 18 Aug 2018

Good but it could improve its time management. The trip (both morning and afternoon) started late, departure from the short stops also late. It wasn't made clear in the advisory that there's no stopping in the famous landmarks at Hague. The guide was doing both English and Spanish translation so we missed the landmarks he's describing as he's talking very fast. The Madurodam made up for it! Otherwise it's a so-so tour.

3/5 17 Aug 2018

I wouldn’t recommend the combo saver, its better to take the tours separately on different days. The city tour is only around 2.5 hours and starts at 9am, the highlight being the diamond museum (which you could go and see on your own) and the red wind mill, which is a 20 minute photo stop. We had a very hard time finding the meeting point, as the sign for the agency is inside the building, the only hint was the group of people standing outside. The Delf and Hague tour started at 3pm so we had 3 hours to burn between, some of which was lunch but then not much to do other than walk around for the two hours after that. The second tour is 5 hours so starting at 3pm you don’t finish until 8pm which is a late dinner. The second tour was better than the first, with lots to see, madurodam is a miniature village so great for the kids. I would recommend taking the Delf/Hague tour only and do the city tour on your own.