Get a masterclass in Delftware (or Delft Blue) pottery on a private tour and pottery workshop at the Delftse Pauw factory in Delft. Visit the traditional factory for an inside look at how the iconic blue-and-white pottery is made, then design your own Delft tile under the watchful eye of a professional artist. Enjoy the opportunity to visit the showroom, where you receive discounts on any items you purchase.
A fan of Dutch blue-and-white pottery? Don’t miss this 1-hour tour of the Delftse Pauw factory in Delft. A variety of tour times makes it easy to fit this charming experience into your sightseeing. Learn about the famous blue-and-white earthenware’s origins, how it’s made, and delight in the handmade piece you get to take home as a souvenir. After the tour, peruse the factory showroom and benefit from discounts on items you may purchase.
Discover the top attractions and hidden secrets of Rotterdam on this in-depth walking tour. With round-trip transportation from the centrally located King Kong Hostel included, follow your guide through elegant streets like the Witte de Withstraat, and learn the history behind must-see sites including the Grote of Sint-Laurenskerk. Along the way, soak up the atmosphere in the traditional Market Hall and enjoy fine views out over the pretty Old Harbor.
The Mauritshuis is renowned for its impressive collection of Dutch Golden Age paintings, including masterpieces like Vermeer's Girl with a Pearl Earring and Rembrandt’s The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp. This private tour gives art lovers the chance to discover the Royal Cabinet of Paintings with an art historian guide, offering additional insight into the famous works. Also included is a walking tour of the Old Town, a visit to the City Hall and an optional tour of The Hague Historical Museum or the Gemeentemuseum.
Discover the layers of ancient history hidden beneath Leiden's charming canals and squares on a private tour led by an expert art historian guide. View ancient Egyptian, Roman, Greek objects at the RMO National Antiquities Museum, and see a medieval defense mound buried in the heart of the city center. Catch up to more modern history at Rembrandt's Latin School and the Gothic Pilgrim Fathers church, and customize the tour with your choice of another landmark like the botanic garden or the Volkenkunde ethnography museum.
Explore Rotterdam without the stress of planning on this private walking tour that highlights the city’s top landmarks and architectural gems. Going with a guide means you get a rare local perspective at stops along the way, from a bustling indoor market to the Erasmus Bridge. Leave with a feel for the city center’s atmosphere and recommendations for the rest of your stay.
This full day tour, will give you the opportunity to discover The Netherlands, by visiting some very specific highlights in one day. We can extend this tour in 2 or 3 days.We will leave Brussels ?early, and have our first stop in KINDERDIJK. To drain the POLDERS ( land reclaimed ), a system of 19 windmills was built in 1740. This group of mills is the largest concentration of old windmills in The Netherlands. They are classified as UNESCO HERITAGE since 1997.On our way to AMSTERDAM, a must will be to visit wonderful, most historical DELFT . In 1246 Delft received its city franchise from the Dutch Earl Willem II. A must would be to visit the “Royal Delft “ . Established in 1653, this is the last DELFTWARE factory from the 17th. century.The world famous Royal Delftware is still entirely hand painted, according to centuries old traditions.We will have time to walk around and eventually visit the Van Gogh museum or The Anne Frank House ( as an example ).
On this Van Gogh Tour we take you into the Dutch Countryside of Brabant. Discover Vincent’s life. Where he was born in Zundert, how Vincent started to draw in Etten, the farm village of Zundert where he painted the ‘Potato eaters’. Find out about Vincent’s life in the Netherlands, what kind of person was he and what inspired him? See it for yourselvesCustomize this tour and choose between a visit of VinCentre -or- Kröller-Müller museum.