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A great trip which gave a feeling for the Netherlands. The flower auction was mindboggling. The porcelain factory saw prices too high for ordinary bus travellers.The tiny town terip was great to finish the trip. A great day.
We found the tour to be excellent, your driver and tour guide were very helpful. We had a brilliant day out and we would recommend your tour (and we have at the hotel) to our friends etc who would be travelling to Amsterdam. We would certainly book another tour with your company next time we are travelling to Amsterdam. Anthony Kaminski
very well organised tour and run smoothly by both the guide and the driver. it's impossible to do so much while learning and enjoying yourselves without this tour and I mean it!!!
Really enjoyed it. The guide was very relaxed and spoke in about 6 languages.
FABULOUS - tour guide very friendly and spoke good English .... loved it all but the highlight was the model village at the end
FULL DAYS TOUR TO SEE FLOWER MARKET, ROTTERDAM, DELFT AND THE HAGUE. GOOD VALUE FOR MONEY
Excellent day, driver and guide were very helpful, polite and knowleged.
Great tour, nice warm people, brilliant guide speaking in three and up to four languages, enough time to eat, what else can we ask.
This is the second Viator tour I have taken with my friends (the other was Dublin), and I can say that both of my experiences were amazing. The tour guide was very informative and spoke clearly in both English and Spanish. The cheese farm/shoe factory was quick but fascinating (the cheese is amazing) and newly built Rotterdam was a nice contrast to Amsterdam. Delft is a great stop for a picture-perfect lunch, although quite touristy. It would have been nice to learn more about The Hague, but I enjoyed what we saw. Miniature world is charming, although will be much more appreciated by those with children. All in all worth the price of admission!
This tour included a visit to a farm to see cows, learn how and see wooden shoes be made, and eat some great cheese. Following came the visit to Rotterdam - a beautiful city, but we stayed mostly in the bus (we were tired of walking anyway!). Then on to The Hague to see the world court building, many fascinating embassies, more good history, and then a visit to the miniture exhibition of Mauradam. The last part you would need no more than 30 minutes to see the whole thing. But this tour really gives you the essence of The Netherlands and I can highly recommend it.