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Get an insider's look at the amazing Kröller Müller Museum with this small-group guided tour from Amsterdam. Ride in a comfortable minivan to the museum, located in the middle of a forest, and then follow you guide around, listening to what makes the art here so great. Marvel at works by Van Gogh, Picasso, Monet and others.
Skip the repetitive walking tours and enjoy an alternative sightseeing trip, on board a shared beer bike. Cruise through Amsterdam’s streets and take in the sights from your unique vantage point, while savoring cold beers or bubbly. Ideal for group outings or bachelor parties, be led through the city by your guide, leaving you free to pedal, chat, sightsee, and drink.
Cycle along Amsterdam’s flat and open city streets on this small-group guided bike tour. Explore the historic city at a leisurely pace as you pedal alongside the UNESCO-listed canals and visit the green oasis of Vondel Park. Pass top attractions like the Anne Frank House and the Rijksmuseum, and check out Amsterdam’s oldest neighborhood, the Red Light District. This small-group tour is capped at 12 people, ensuring you receive personalized attention from your informative guide.
Explore the outskirts of Amsterdam like a local on this half-day bike tour, led by a professional guide. Ride a custom-built bicycle through the city’s northern district and pedal along flat paths past windmills, verdant pastures and classic villages in the heart of the Netherlands. This Amsterdam bike tour is the perfect way to discover the stunning Dutch countryside at a leisurely pace. Your guide shares knowledge of daily life and makes a stop at a seaside village where you can purchase lunch.
Unique trail ride on horse back through forest, dunes and on the beach! Experience the quiet nature and the beauty of the Dutch coastal dunes. Transport from Amsterdam by minivan is included as well as coffee/tea and a snack. We offer rides for both beginner and advanced riders, kids over 8 years old are welcome too!
Visit five of the Netherlands' UNESCO World Heritage Sites on a day trip from Amsterdam. Traveling by minivan in a small group, you'll explore the countryside to check out Dutch locations where you can escape the crowds and tourist lines of the city. Admire the natural beauty and peaceful atmosphere of this region. This tour allows you to skip the hassle of renting a car or finding your own way around so you can relax and enjoy a pre-planned journey.
Escape the crowded city of Amsterdam on a private trip through the charming Dutch countryside. Just half an hour from Amsterdam, enjoy traditional Dutch culture at the fishing town and souvenir promenade of Volendam and the windmill village of Zaanse Schans. A luxury vehicle with a personal guide gives you a private tour; no need to navigate trains or crowded buses.
Step into a world of blooming tulips, windmills, wooden clogs, and Dutch cheese on a full-day tour from Amsterdam that combines some of the country’s top highlights. From a guided garden walk to an Amsterdam canal cruise, the included experiences feature a mix of culture, history, and tradition. A hands-on cheese workshop offers the chance to learn about and taste classic Dutch cheeses.
During the spring months of March, April, and May, Keukenhof Gardens alights in a vibrant spectacle of color. During your time in Amsterdam, visit the world’s largest flower garden when in bloom on this 9-hour excursion to Keukenhof Gardens, Zaanse Schans, and Volendam. Stroll amid millions of tulips, daffodils, and other spring bulbs at Keukenhof Gardens; admire the windmills and waterways of Zaanse Schans; and discover the quaint seaside village of Volendam. Small-group tour limited to eight people.
Highland games are a series of events that are being held during the spring and summer mainly in Scotland. This is their way of celebrating Scottish and Celtic culture. The games are particularly important to the culture of the Scottish Highlands.
This type of event has now spread all over the world and people do it for their own exercise and fun.
Rent an E-fatbike and discover the most beautiful cultural & culinary highlights from Volendam, Monnickendam & Marken within 4.5 hours. Enjoy the best photo stops along this route, like a windmill, Dutch cheese farm, historic centres and harbours. Your lunch, a cheese tasting and the boat ticket will be included within this tour.
Discover the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Waddensea during a 7-hour tour from Amsterdam. Stay on the lookout for the seals and other marine animals that are native to the area as you explore the Dutch wilderness. Then head to the historic fishing village of Harlingen and spend some free time to explore the town before heading to the famous dike between Noord-Holland and Friesland to conclude the tour.
At 10AM in the morning we offer you a fantastic breakfast while we tour through the canals of Amsterdam. Experience how the city wakes up and visit the famous highlights and secret places of Amsterdam while you enjoy a sparkling glass of Prosecco and fresh orange juice.
During our trip we will serve crunchy croissants, the real Dutch ‘krentenbollen’ (current buns), chocolate buns, cheese from the cheese farmer, several kinds of fruit, boiled eggs, tea and coffee.
The tour starts at Zaandijk, where you can walk through Zaanse Schans, an open air museum. We continue with a visit to Edam. Walk through the lovely old center with the famous cheese market and enjoy a lunch or a snack. After lunchtime we go to Volendam, an old fishermans village on the top of the IJsselmeer dike. Feel yourself a tourist among thousands of tourists. Eat a herring or a smoked eel and take the boat to the island Marken. Later the guide comes to Marken and brings you back to your hotel.
The sand drifts, forests, and grassy plains of the De Hoge Veluwe National Park lie just an hour from Amsterdam. With this tour, escape the city and get back to nature as you take in the park’s natural landscapes. Visit several viewpoints, have chance to hike or bike along the park’s trails, and look out for wildlife such as deer, wild boar, and mouflon. An optional drop-off at the Kröller-Müller Museum or Jachthuis Sint Hubertus Museum is also possible.
This private tour is so cool because it's fantastic to ride an electric scooter and see the countryside.
"Let's go Dutch". Only your guide, who is a local, knows if, when, when, why, what etc :-)
This is so much fun!
Groups bigger than 4 on request. Send us a message first please.
Combine sightseeing with shopping on a relaxing full-day tour to Giethoorn from Amsterdam. Climb aboard a luxurious minivan and travel through scenic Dutch countryside before arriving at Giethoorn, a quaint village considered one of the most picturesque places in the Netherlands. Take a tranquil walking tour of the village and then return to Amsterdam in comfort and style at the end of your tour.
Seasonal all inclusive experience. Only 7 weeks because of the flowering time of the hyacinths, daffodils and tulips! Book now to see endless rows of flowers that bloom only in March, April and May.
The small group experience feels like a private tour. Also we will visit a small cultivation field hidden between the big fields.
From the 1 st of May farmers treated their fields. Instead we go to the Keukenhof gardens (tickets included). I guide you through the best route in the Keukenhof. It is the last chance to see Tulips!
From Amsterdam we drive west to the bulb region. Through rural roads we see the flower fields left and right. We stop a few times to take beautiful pictures. On the way I tell stories about the tulip fields and how the farmers grow them. We are going to places where no tour busses can come!
Halfway, close to the beach, we have a coffee stop with Dutch apple pie at a local beach cafe. We see the Dutch beach and the North Sea before the coffee break.
Explore the Wadden Sea islands on a full-day tour from Amsterdam to the UNESCO World Heritage-listed islands in Holland. Look for seals, birds, and plant life as you travel around the islands by boat, stopping at the national park, a traditional village, and stunning beaches. Enjoy a meal of fresh seafood and produce on board the boat, and a visit to the Enclosing Dike on the return journey.
Canoe the canals of Holland’s Waterland region at sunset on this 4-hour trip from Amsterdam. Travel with a guide to this rural area, and paddle past reed beds, meadows and picture-postcard villages. Savor the sound of birdsong and scents of wild flowers, glide through landscapes once painted by Rembrandt, and learn how the flat countryside was reclaimed from the sea. Take a swim if the weather allows, and finish with a picnic dinner overlooking a lake and the area’s wooden windmills. Numbers limited to 10 people for a small-group experience.
See the urban farming and sustainable food movement in Amsterdam up close on a 3-hour bike tour led by an informative guide. Visit innovative food hubs such as a community garden, a mushroom farm, a honeybee project and other creative food producers in the city. Learn which restaurants have their own gardens and end your tour at a cafe that serves food and drinks made from locally grown ingredients.
The Keukenhof Tulip Garden and village of Giethoorn are two of the most enchanting destinations in Holland, but seeing both in one day via train or bus is a challenge. With this tour, save hours with private transportation directly from Amsterdam. Stop to take in the colorful blooms at one of the largest flower gardens in the world before continuing on to Giethoorn for a boat tour along its historic canals.
Discover the Dutch countryside and explore the sights beyond Amsterdam on this all-day small-group tour. Along the way, see the idyllic agricultural landscape filled with meadows, windmills, and picturesque villages, located north of Amsterdam in the Amsterdam Lake District. Stop in the city of Hindeloopen and at a traditional cheese farm.