Dutch Royal history

As you wander through the historic streets of Delft, a guide will tell you precisely where William of Orange walked 400 years ago. But Delft is also known as a 19th-century industrial city, and it’s still famous for its university and research institutes. The enchanting old town with its canals and ancient buildings is best experienced on foot.

City of Delft Blue

After the guided walk, the tour dedicates some time to the beauty of the world-famous Delftware porcelain. There are still some old manufacturers left and the tour stops at one of the most beautiful old factories, where you can learn more about this time-honoured craft. After this stop, you will get the opportunity to further discover the city on your own.

Dutch Houses of Parlement

TheHague is the pulsating heart of Dutch politics: the seat of the Dutch government. The historic city also enjoys international fame as the seat of the International Court of Justice. The latter is based in the Peace Palace, which will be a part of the walking tour, so visitors can experience the atmosphere of the site where people work for international peace and justice on a daily basis. After this inspiring venue, the tour continues to the parliament building.