56 reviews of Delft, The Hague and Madurodam Half-Day Trip from Amsterdam
Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Delft, The Hague and Madurodam Half-Day Trip from Amsterdam. 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.
Reviewed by Victoria H, April 2013
I did this tour with my 8 year old son and we both enjoyed it. It packed a lot in a short space of time, but did not feel too rushed, with a good variety to keep adults and children entertained. The tour guide was excellent. Friendly, humorous and informative. I would definitely recommend this tour.
Reviewed by Meryl F, April 2013
Guide was excellent, very interesting. Our coach was comfortable and we were given ample time to look around at each stop.
Reviewed by Rob S, November 2012
We really enjoyed our afternoon touring Delft, The Hague and Madurodam - all must-sees if you are planning a trip to the Netherlands. Madurodam is an engineer's and child's dream come true! The Hague is a beautiful town which i'd like to re-visit. And Delft, the home of the blue and while pottery is a very pretty college town with lots of history and interesting shops to poke about in. There's more to Holland than Amsterdam!!
Reviewed by Greg H, September 2012
Our guide was very good, very informative. I found Delft interesting and would have enjoyed more time there. Madurodam did not interest my husband or me at all; it's geared more to children. But you can't please everyone and overall the trip was very good. The coach was very clean and the driver first-rate. Again, the guide was informative and friendly. It was a fun half-day trip of areas outside Amsterdam.
Reviewed by Susette D R, September 2012
We found the tour really interesting and it was good being able to see a bit of the Netherlands from the coach, which was very comfortable, as we travelled to each destination. The only negative for me was the pottery making demonstration in Delft as I found the room quite hot with the number of people and went back outside for some cool air. Apart from that, we really enjoyed the Delft town square which is very picturesque and loved The Hague - seeing the building was incredible - and the city is really lovely with so many beautiful homes and tree lined avenues.Madurodam was amazing and definitely worth the trip. Our guide was very informative and had a great sense of humour which always adds to the tour. Overall, I would definitely recommend this trip.
Reviewed by Joni I, August 2012
Delft, The Hague and Madurodam Tour that I booked through Viator in conjunction with the actual operator was the perfect 1/2 day trip. It included everything I had intended to see on my short trip to Amsterdam. The cost was also quite reasonable. I definitely recommend booking this tour for anyone who is only staying in Amsterdam for a couple of days.
Reviewed by Trevor S, August 2012
It was good to get out of the city and in to the country. We had enough time to have a good look at all the sights. The tour guide was very informative and it was a few hours well spent!
Reviewed by Sonia A, June 2012
I am glad I went on this tour after a really bad experience on the Zaanse Schans Windmills tour the day before. What a difference a GREAT tour guide makes, and the locations were great. My two little children loved Madurodam, and I enjoyed seeing Delft! The tour guide was wonderfully informative, and very nice!
Reviewed by fei, Singapore, June 2012
Skip Delft Blue factory.
Return trip should be along Scheveningen boulevard...
Reviewed by christopher s, June 2012
first part of tour stops at delft pottery..very interesting tour of factory and ample time to browse for purchasing after..a bit too much i think! the following stop in delft town centre is just long enough..quite a nice square with shops etc. the drive through the hague is quite interesting and it is a very pretty city.there is one photo stop. finally madurodam-wonderful detail and delightful to visit
Reviewed by Eileen P, USA, May 2012
As we got underway, out guide Massimo explained his 3 rules: no cell phone usage on the bus, no talking while he was talking (yes, he required silence even while he was explaining things in other languages!) and the bus was not going to wait for you if you were late. He would suddenly stop his descriptions if he heard someone elses voice. He did not, however, stick to the "no wait" rule. The city of Delft was intriguing and a bit more time would have been nice judging by the fact that several people did not make it back to the bus on time. And yes, we waited. The drive through the Hague would have been better if we could have stopped to at least see the Peace Palace. Madurodam is a place best visited in good weather, which we didn't have.
Reviewed by Marilyn Q, March 2011
This was very interesting. I really enjoyed the porcelain factory in Delft. Madurodam was too chilly to actually enjoy very much, though. However, that wasn't the fault of the tour company. The guide, Derrick, was very pleasant and helpful.
Reviewed by Rosaleen P, New Zealand, August 2010
Reviewed by Nabeeluddin K, Canada, October 2009
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