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Visiting the Delft museum and the tour was very interesting. After that I felt our guide could have done a better job. We drove to the Hague and got to look at it !? I thought we were getting a tour. Even then our guide didn't give a lot of information, but when we got back to Amsterdam was quick to ask for a tip for his beer that night.
Delft was fabulous. The trip to The Hague was a bit rushed. Looking back The Hague is already a bit vague! We had booked a trip that included Murodam, but that was cancelled before we left without a refund of the entrance fee, we had the option of cancelling and getting a full refund.
I enjoyed Delft more than my husband, my husband enjoyed The Hague more than I so it was successful.
The tour guide/commentary was very informative, his english was very good, and easy to understand.
Very good tour. We had an extremely good guide who gave us every piece of information regarding The Netherlands whilst going to Delft and The Hague.
This tour was not long enough to adequately see and experience both cities, especially The Hague. The visibility from the bus is not really adequate and very poor if you happen to choose the right side as most things " to see" were on the left. The guide points out sights that present ahead but there is no visibility from the bus windows straight forward. The Hague experience was rushed and inadequate and late in the day. This should either be a full day or two half day trips.There needs to be more chance to see this important country capital of the past.
Would have liked to have seen more of the Old Delft than just the pottery factory. The walking tour of The Hague was nice, but the timing of the tour was too late in the day to experience any of the workings of the place.
In general, I didnt have a very different feel compared with Amsterdam. The only highlight worth mentioning will be The Hague where gives a more "office" taste. I guess this is due to the offices and ministries found in the city unlike most buildings are located outside Amsterdam central. I will recommend this tour to people who have spare time to explore the parts of Holland...
Great tour, the pottery place was a bit boring but the town of Delft was fantastic.
A wonderful opportunity to visit a Delft pottery workshop that still hand paints its pottery. An opportunity to see and purchase the real thing. The tour guide did a wonderful job pointing out all the main buildings and sites as we drove through The Hague.
Enjoyed the Hague and Delft. Could have had more free time in Delft though.
The tour was very canned and ordinary, unlike other viator tours that we have taken. The Delft factory was very small, the tour lasted under 10 minutes and the shop was very small, limited in its' selections, and very expensive. We were taken to downtown Delft which was great, interesting, and alot of fun and given 55 minutes to wander and sightsee ourselves. The Hague was very interersting, however, our bus did not stop at all in hague and it was difficult if not impossible to try to take pictures. More time in Delft would have been better.
Unfortunately it was a hot day, the bus was late by 45 mins at least due to traffic and then it was an 90 seated double decker with seating rear facing in parts, limited visibility downstairs and no air cooling in the rear downstairs part, where we were seated for the entire trip as you could not move seats in between stops. Totally unsatisfactory as we saw almost nothing of The Hague because of the poor visibility from the bus. Almost no headroom. Far too many people. Credit to the guide and driver for managing so well. This trip should have been a lot better.