From Amsterdam: Dutch Countryside Sightseeing Small Group
- Enjoy a personal experience with no more than 20 people in each tour
- Explore the historic windmills of Zaanse Schans
- Go to a local dairy farm to taste the traditional Edam cheese
- Learn how the wooden clogs are made at a shoe workshop
- Get off the usual tourist path and see some of the lesser known villages of the region
- Visit the once bustling fishing village of Volendam
Broek in Waterland
Katwoude (cheese tasting)
Zaanse Schans (windmills, wooden shoe factory)
Traveling in small groups of no more than 20 people, you will visit the once busy fishing harbor of Volendam. Now a picturesque tourist destination, it is the perfect spot to watch the boats come and go, taste local fish delicacies, or walk along the narrow alleyways between traditional fishermen’s houses.
Next, go to western Europe’s first industrial area, and admire the historic windmills of Zaanse Schans. Travel back to the 17th and 18th centuries as you explore well preserved buildings, and discover how traditional Dutch clogs are made at a wooden shoe workshop.
Continue off the main road to experience the Dutch countryside up-close-and-personal. Pass some of the lesser known villages of the area, such as Broek in Waterland, Monnickendam, and Edam. Here, you will stop at a dairy farm for a tasting of Holland’s most famous cheese.
- Transportation from and to central Amsterdam
- Cheese tasting
- Entrance to the windmills (€5 per person)
Prepare for the activity
• Please be aware that the windmills are not always open