This independent sightseeing combo includes a 1-hour Amsterdam canal cruise, departing at a time that suits your schedule. Board your glass-topped canal boat near Central Station and float by Amsterdam’s major attractions such as Anne Frank House, the Skinny Bridge and the old port area. Gaze at the pretty gabled houses that line the canals and learn about the Dutch capital as you listen to pre-recorded commentary before your cruise concludes.
IVisit the popular museum on a day of your choosing, and use your complimentary public transport ticket to travel out to Keukenhof at a time that suits you. Experience each of these attractions in one day or split them across several days — it’s entirely up to you. Option 1: Admission ticket to Van Gogh Museum Ticket. Beat the crowds with an early morning or late afternoon arrival (the time slot needs to be booked at your local operator's shop). Explore at your own pace and see the world’s largest collection of Van Gogh’s works. Examine the artist's letters and drawings, and get up close to famous paintings such as Sunflowers and The Potato Eaters. You'll also view works from other respected 19th-century artists, such as Paul Gauguin and Edouard Manet.
Option 2: Skip-the-Line Keukenhof Gardens Ticket. Bypass the main lines with your pre-booked ticket. Once inside, stroll around the winding paths of the expansive 79-acre (32-hectare) grounds and snap photos of well-tended flower gardens planted with vibrantly hued crocuses, narcissi, hyacinths, tulips and daffodils, all in full bloom during springtime.
Option 3: Van Gogh Museum and Keukenhof GardensUpgrade for an entrance ticket to both attractions.
Please note: The Keukenhof Gardens are only open between March 23 and 21 May 2017.