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.
Delft was not what I expected. I would not recommend this part to anyone.
Great tour. It gave a good exposure to the Dutch culture. There was not enough time at each place.
The tour was great, the tour guide was very knowledgeable. The only down side was there was not enough time to see it all. 45 minutes per stop is not enough time to enjoy the sites.
Best bit was Madurodam.
Pity couldn't stop in Hague - even for a cup of coffee. Bus should have water bottles for sale.
Enchanting Madurodam and enjoyed the Hague and Delft. Could have had more free time in Delft though.
It would have been great if we had more time at Madurodam. I was travelling with kids and 1 hour wasn't enough to go around all the areas (although this may have been because some people on tour were late). Delft pottery tour was very informative. Made us appreciate the handmade pottery produced by Delft.
An ok tour. The Hague is only a drive through the town. Madurodam is impressive, though I think the park could do a better job of marking the exhibits so visitors could use the audio guides more effectively. The guide was very nice and friendly, and answered all our questions. Coach is comfortable and on schedule.
Enjoyed the Delft and the Madurodam was really nice. The Hague was boring.
Could have skipped the downtown shopping. Not nearly enough time to see Madurodam. Delft was basically a product sales pitch.
After you've bought your Delft pottery, make sure you treat yourself to coffee and apple cake in the main square. I really loved Delft!! Madurodam was very quaint miniature replica of the Netherlands. Our visit to The Hague was pretty much a drive through with commentary of what was going by your window. Our only stop in The Hague was a 5 minute photo stop at the Peace Palace. It was a good tour, but a LOT of time was spent in the coach. I probably wouldn't recommend this tour. This is my second trip to Amsterdam and I think there are better tour options if you want to get out into the countryside and experience Holland.
The tour was as described. You spend the most time in Delft and Madurodam, and the Hague was pretty much a drive-by. Out of the 3 places, Madurodam was the most entertaining, miniaturized version of Holland. Great for kids and adults alike. Delft was educational. Make sure to check out the church where the royal family is buried. Hague was too quick of a trip to see anything.