Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Amsterdam Super Saver: Zaanse Schans Windmills, Delft and The Hague Day Trip. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Windmills were very interesting but trip to The Hague was not very good. Traffic was terrible, which I know is unavoidable but leaving Amsterdam at 3 in the afternoon on Saturday made the second half of this excursion not worth doing. Everything was closed, and the trip felt forced. Also, this tour is not only in English....you have to sit through hours of translation into many different languages...windmills, cheese and wooden shoes were good....delft, and Hague just boring. Having one guide for an entire bus load of people was really just a bus trip because once you left the bus if you weren't one of the first 5 people you couldn't hear a thing.
The tour itinerary was very good but we had a terrible guide. He didn't give any information or guidance. He was totally uninterested in the tour, never did a head count or clear instructions as to meeting times and bus locations.
Very, very long day.
Volendam and Markem were very interesting and worth the visit.
The stop in Delft was too short and rushed.
The Hague portion was mostly all by bus. All the important buildings were pointed out but we could see little as the bus rushed past them.
Having the tour director speak in three or more languages really slows down the process. The buildings they are pointing out are either too far ahead to pick them out or just past by the time your language is spoken.
Both the morning and afternoon trips were well organised. The Guide for Delft and Hague was very informative, lively and interesting.
Boring and expensive. delft boring, Hague tour through government building.
cheese factory could have bought cheese in amsterdam and marken was ugly? Best part was fish resturant.
This was a great way to see the Netherlands countryside without getting lost. The information from the guide helped us understand we were seeing, otherwise we would have missed it if we had been driving and navigating. We did the two tours back to back on the same day, and that makes one long day. We were there in late October, and it got dark and was raining by the time we got to den Hague. The 45 minutes at the windmill site required about 30 minutes of round trip walking to get from the parking area. That only allowed a short tour of the one free windmill. The tour of Voldendam and the wooden clog factory were great, and we would not have seen that if we were driving.
We had a very good time on this tour. The only negative was that the day was a bit rushed. Perhaps it would have been better to go to less places, but have more time in each.
Fabulous tour. Provided an opportunity to visit the countryside and experience the Holland of old. Love the windmills!
I suppose if weather conditions were more favourable I might have rated higher. The tour bus personal were fine it was that they let the tour go even tho due to the end of the season most sights were getting into darkness and closing time so things were rushed. If we were warned prior to booking we might have done something else. You really need to look at the seasons to appreciate that some tours should be broken apart as this one should have as there was not enough time in the day to do the whole tour
Tour was an enjoyable day to learn the history of the Netherlands, windmills, clogs and pottery. Tour guide was great and had a very enjoyable day.
For people like us who don't want to spend time on figuring out "how to get there", this tour is great. We got to see a bit of everything. Although the weather wasn't great, we did enjoy the day.
My suggestion to Viator is to make this a truly one-day tour instead of 2 half-day tours. That would save us some hassle to get off one bus and get on another. And probably save a bit of time in going back to the meeting point and therefore, a bit more time to take photos.
A very long day. Tour guides had to cover too many languages. Otherwise a good exprerience.
It was a wonderful trip except for the large group of people traveling together who insisted they had been promised priority seating and that they could all sit together. They were rude and pushy and the tour guide let them bully him. The tour was wonderful, those people made it unpleasant for all of us as we boarded, I felt sorry for the tour guide as they forced their way to the front demanding attention. The only reason it is a 4 is because of that--if that situation hadn't happened it would be a 5