Tours & Tickets - Charm of Holland Tour
The Charm of Holland Tour will take you to the most beautiful places of traditional Holland. You will visit the picturesque towns of Volendam, Zaanse Schans, Edam and Marken. Discover the customs of traditional Holland with a fun cheese tasting session and a live demonstration by a clog maker. You will also see the world-famous antique windmills that are still in use today and be able to go inside one. To top it all off, lunch at a traditional fish restaurant, a boat trip on the IJsselmeer and a professional guide fluent in English, Spanish and German are included.
Traditional Holland at its best
Discover what the Netherlands is all about and have fun on this special full-day trip. The excursion departs from Amsterdam Central Station: IJ-Hal, De Ruijterkade 34 a. You will enjoy a sightseeing bus trip that will take you to Zaanse Schans, Volendam and Edam. In the picturesque village of Volendam, you will go on a boat cruise on the IJsselmeer lake. There will also be a tasting at a traditional Holland cheese factory and a demonstration by one of the few remaining professional clog makers. Your expert guide will accompany you on guided walks through all the villages of traditional Holland and provide you with fascinating information about the sights. You will also be invited inside an actual working windmill and a traditional Holland bakery. The excursion also includes a lunch at a traditional Holland fish restaurant and there are opportunities to purchase souvenirs such as clogs, ceramics, tulips and much more. See the colorful costumes of the locals and experience the culture at these authentic Dutch villages.
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