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The ride to Delft was lovely and the town of Delft was so charming. Our only complaint is that we were not given enough time to browse around the city. The choice was to browse or eat lunch, and we chose the latter because of the timing. The factory tour in Delft was terrific, but once again we needed more time to shop at the end.
The Hague tour was interesting and well worth the trip. The tour guide was knowledgeable and was eager to share the history and culture of his country. All in all, we thoroughly enjoyed this introduction to the Netherlands.
Interesting Delft factory with informative commentary by the person from the factory. The tour guide provided interesting info during the coach ride about Netherlands. We get to wander around the city square in Delft. It rained very heavily while we were there so we just had a drink in one of the cafés. More shops here selling Delft ceramics. The walk in The Hague is not strenuous at all.
Why purchase a ticket and then have to stand in a line in a small over crowded central location to exchange the ticket for another ticket??
Suggest starting earlier to provide time in the Hague. Particularly to visit the art museum.
Tour guide and driver excellent. Arrangements leading up to departure were efficient and executed without flaws. Tour guide and driver excellent. Tour tried to cover too much in a half day. Should maybe be extended and made a full day tour.
Very interesting tour! Very knowledgable guide and a great way to gain insight to and see a few true Netherlands landmarks.
Loved it! To say it was only a half day trip, we saw a lot! The tour guide was excellent. We loved both places. Would highly recommend!
The tour guide was very nice and informative but this tour is super crowed for the price we've paid. There are 90 of us in the bus and seats are first come first serve. We didn't really enjoy the tour too much as everything we did was just in a rush and people are trying to get closest to the tour guide as possible so they can hear him talk from one exhibit to another exhibit at the Royal Delft (Porcelain factory). I expected to stay at Royal Delft for a little longer as it was the highlight of this tour but really all you see is people than porcelain...We had some free time in two other cities, then it was time to leave.
Overall a very good trip for a half day afternoon. In the Haghe there is so much to see, perhaps an extra stop rather than so much time in the Deflt factory would have been better.
Really feel the definition of this trip is misleading...do not go into any of the buildings just a kind of city tourand then some stop for no reasn at a ton square which would have been interesting if we had been there when all the street sellers were open. Not exasctly the comnpany's fault but it was a h-o-t day nd the bus heater was so hot you couldn't touch any metal, the guide finally agreed something was wrong when she nearly had a revolt and somehow the air conditioning finally worked..Delft tour was interesting but think has to have a interest in delft products. THEY have an excellent guide at the factory. No one
was impressed with our guide but that is typical some are great, some are probably tired of saying the sane things day anter day.
It is what it was; too large a group. Large group to be walked from meeting location to bus and large group to be able to hear dialog from guide during walking tours in Delft and The Hague. Unfortunately rain also dampened the day. Otherwise the guide was very good and we saw what we wanted to see.