Don’t mind stepping out of the Amsterdam bubble. Discovering the sights of The Netherlands during a bus tour, with a small group, has never been so easy and pleasing. You just get on the luxurious bus and the professional guide shows you al the grandeur of your destination.
Daytrip from Amsterdam
Interested in setting foot to the Venice of the North? Book your trip to Giethoorn and spend your day cruising the canals, gazing at historical farmhouses and crossing wooden bridges. Your guide takes you to the best restaurants, shops and shows you all the local activities so not one bit of the enchanting town stays undiscovered during this bus tour from Amsterdam.
On our Kröller-Müller & National Park day trip from Amsterdam you’re visiting Dutch national park Hoge Veluwe and cycle through the lush nature at your own pace or enjoy a guided tour. But not before you stop at the Kröller-Müller museum with the second-largest Van Gogh collection of the world and more masterpieces by Picasso, Monet, Rodin, etc.
During the day trip to Unesco Kinderdijk & The Hague you discover so much precious Dutch folklore. From the 19 windmills that are on the World Heritage Site list to the third largest city of the Netherlands, The Hague. At The Hague, the home town of the Royal Family, you can choose to visit one of three attractions: Mauritshuis (paintings from the 17th Century), Gemeentemuseum (modern Dutch and international art) or Madurodam (park with miniature versions of famous Dutch sights).
Visit not one but three cities on the Rotterdam, Delft & The Hague small bus tour from Amsterdam. Discover why Rotterdam is famous for its modern architecture and how Delft is linked to the royal family and famous painter Johannes Vermeer on your Amsterdam to Delft daytrip. Conclude your day in The Hague, home of the royal family and location of many embassies and the UN International Court of Justice.
Van Gogh Returns. It sounds just as spectacular as it is! On this bus tour you visit one of the home towns of Van Gogh – Nuenen – and find out why he was so inspired by this small village (and painted more than 500 paintings in two years). At the Vincentre Museum you learn more about his life, before heading back to Amsterdam where you’re amazed by Van Gogh’s masterpieces at the Van Gogh Museum. After your visit to the museum you enjoy a 100 Highlights cruise on the Amsterdam canals.