If you’re heading off to Amsterdam any time soon, you’ve got the chance to save money on sightseeing by combining tours of the top attractions.
By booking a tour of the famous Heineken brewery at the same time as a canal cruise, and packing them into one late afternoon, you’ll get to see two of Amsterdam’s top attractions and save money at the same time. And even better, you get to sample a couple of pints of finest Heineken and then enjoy a pizza supper with unlimited drink as you see the sights of the city floodlit at night.
And if you want to see more of The Netherlands, you can save money again by mixing and matching a series of Super Saver tours to get an itinerary that suits you perfectly. Options include a guided tour of all Amsterdam’s iconic sights, from the newly reopened Rijksmuseum to the notorious Red Light District and the canals, combined with an afternoon exploring Delft and The Hague, and a final stop-off at Madurodam to see the sights of Holland in miniature.
In springtime you might opt for an Amsterdam city tour combined with an afternoon’s admiring of the carpet of tulips, daffodils and hyacinths on show at Keukenhof Gardens, with plenty of free time to wander among the blooms. When the weather’s good, save more money by combining a city tour with an afternoon exploring the windmills of Zaanse Schans and the charming gabled fishing villages of Marken and Volendam.
If you’ve been to Amsterdam before, spend a whole day experiencing the Dutch countryside by combining the Zaanse Schans, Marken and Volendam tour with an afternoon in Delft, The Hague and Madurodam. Highlights of this Super Saver tour include a visit to a clog factory in Zaanse Schans, the famous Delftse Pauw pottery in Delft and even a cheese factory, covering all bases to give a real taste of Holland.
Whatever combination of tour you choose, you will discover many different aspects of The Netherlands and save money at the same time.