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From Amsterdam: Rotterdam, Delft & The Hague Guided Day Tour

From Amsterdam: Rotterdam, Delft & The Hague Guided Day Tour

See the best of Holland on a day-long tour that includes a visit to Rotterdam, and the old port with its charming yellow houses. Take a river cruise, visit the food market, stop in Delft and tour The Hague. Begin your tour with a drive to Rotterdam, famous for its modern architecture. During the city tour, drive along the banks of the river Maas, to the old port and the remarkable yellow cube houses. Embark on an amazing 1-hour river cruise and then visit the famous food market. Continue on to Delft for lunch (not included) and a visit to the Royal Delft Manufactory, the last remaining Dutch ceramic factory from the 17th century. Take a city tour of The Hague by bus, where you will see the beautiful Houses of Parliament, the working palace of the Dutch king, and the Peace Palace. The last stop, before heading back to Amsterdam, will be at the miniature town Madurodam.

The Hague: Madurodam Miniature Park Entry Ticket

The Hague: Madurodam Miniature Park Entry Ticket

Madurodam is a must-see when you visit the Netherlands. This magnificent miniature town is the Hague’s number 1 attraction. In this family-friendly theme park you will discover the highlights and heritage of the Netherlands at Madurodam through our indoor experiences, remarkable stories, hundreds of miniatures, and plenty of interactive activities. Experience Holland’s Icons Madurodam features 338 miniatures, 21 interactive installations, and 6 indoor experiences. Explore Little Amsterdam, learn about Dutch water management, step into the shoes of a world-famous DJ, glimpse the Parliament Building in The Hague, or experience a bustling Dutch cheese market. Everything in our miniature world is scaled down to 1:25, including the people, windmills, trains, cars, and boats, all of which come to life as they move around Discover our indoor experiences Learn about typical Dutch & famous stories through indoor multi-sensory experiences. Witness the incredible feat of turning water into land, swing on Vermeer’s pearl, board a Dakota plane for an exciting journey, and explore the story of New Amsterdam. You’ll discover the Netherlands like never before. Our newest attraction Have the time of your life in the world of the Dutch Masters: admire the art of the grand masters, and experience it too! Unravel the secrets of the mysterious Vermeer, become part of Rembrandt’s The Night Watch and step into Mondrian’s rhythmic rectangles. The Dutch Masters is where art comes to life. Immerse yourself in the colourful world of Vincent van Gogh, Piet Mondrian, Johannes Vermeer, Judith Leyster and Rembrandt van Rijn. A palette of adventures awaits - it’s a real must! * Since 1952 * Number 1 attraction of The Hague * Only 40 mins away from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport * 6 indoor experiences * Scenic beauty * Holland’s culture and heritage * Family friendly * Open 365 day’s a year * Restaurants * Shop offering Dutch souvenirs like; clogs, tulips & more

From Amsterdam: Day Tour to Rotterdam, Delft and The Hague

From Amsterdam: Day Tour to Rotterdam, Delft and The Hague

Discover some of the most historic sites and scenic spots in the Netherlands on a day trip from Amsterdam. After a hotel pickup, listen to stories about the history of the country from your guide as you travel in a luxury minivan on a small-group or private tour. Start your journey by heading to Rotterdam, the largest seaport in Europe, known for its maritime heritage and modern architecture. Learn about the near-complete destruction of the city center in World War II that resulted in a varied architectural landscape. Afterward, travel to Delft, renowned for its blue pottery. Enjoy time to sit in the market square to have lunch. Enrich your experience by opting for a visit to the Royal Delft, the only remaining earthenware factory from the 17th century where Delft Blue ceramics are still made. In the afternoon, continue to the political city of The Hague. Explore the administrative and royal capital of the Netherlands and its seat of government. Choose to visit the Madurodam miniature park, home to a range of 1:25 scale model replicas of Dutch landmarks and historical cities.

From Amsterdam: Kinderdijk and The Hague Tour with Museums

From Amsterdam: Kinderdijk and The Hague Tour with Museums

Enjoy the beautiful scenery from the comfort of a luxurious minivan. You will be picked up from a centrally located meeting point in Amsterdam and driven to Kinderdijk in about 75 minutes. Sit back, relax and enjoy views of the Dutch landscape as you head to the UNESCO World Heritage site. Visit a working windmill from the inside, watch the film about the area and learn more about the history of this UNESCO World Heritage Site. After a 90-minute visit, get back in the minivan and continue to The Hague. This bustling city is home to some of Europe's most important political institutions, including The Netherlands' seat of government and its royal family. It is also home to numerous embassies and international organizations, including the International Court of Justice, The International Criminal Court, and several royal palaces. Start your adventure in The Hague, where you will do a city tour via minivan. You will see all the highlights, and a stop will be made for lunch (at your own expense) before enjoying an included visit to one of the three cultural highlights of The Hague. Discover Mauritshuis, home to some of the best Dutch paintings from the Golden Age. In this museum, you can find masterpieces such as Vermeer’s Girl with a Pearl earring and images by Rembrandt van Rijn. Enjoy an included audio tour of Escher in Het Paleis. This former royal winter palace now houses over 120 prints of the famous M.C. Escher. The way he played with perspective, space, and reality means he remains fascinating even today. What makes the small country of the Netherlands so great? Discover this and more at Madurodam. The smallest city in the world is full of beautiful miniatures, playful activities, and great rides for kids and adults to discover what makes us so unique.

Amsterdam: The Hague, Delft and Rotterdam Private Day Tour

Amsterdam: The Hague, Delft and Rotterdam Private Day Tour

Discover some of the top highlights of Holland on this full-day tour. As you explore The Hague, Delft, and Rotterdam, you’ll learn about the fascinating history and culture from your private guide. You’ll see sights like the Binnenhof, take in the incredible architecture, and much more. After being picked up, you’ll travel to the city of Delft, home to the Delft Blue pottery and the House of Orange-Nassau. One of the oldest cities in the Netherlands, Delft played a highly influential role in the Dutch Golden Age, and its architecture reflects this. Here you will find the Royal Delft Museum, where you can learn about the famous Delft Blue pottery. Next, it’s on to The Hague, the political center of the Netherlands. Explore the charms of this old town with memorable sights, such as the 19th-century restored City Hall, Binnenhof, and the New Church. After your visit to The Hague, you’ll have the chance to visit the Madurodam museum. This miniature park is home to a range of 1:25 scale model replicas of famous Dutch landmarks, historical cities, and large developments (entrance is €16.50 per person). From there, your guide will drive you to the city of Rotterdam. Discover how the destruction during World War II led to an intensive rebuilding process and Rotterdam becoming one of the most daring examples of modern architecture in the Netherlands. After your visit to Rotterdam, your guide will drive you back to your hotel or any other desired location.

From Amsterdam: The Hague Private Trip and Mauritshuis Entry

From Amsterdam: The Hague Private Trip and Mauritshuis Entry

Start your trip in a relaxing way with a pickup service at your accommodation. After a short meet-and-greet with your driver/host, you will be taken to your first location, The Hague. The Hague is an important city in the Netherlands, home to some of its most important buildings. The Hague plays host to the Dutch government and parliament. You will make a quick photo stop at the Internation court of Justice and the Peace Palace, after that you will go to Madurodam and then to the Mauritshuis and when you done watching the paintings you will go to the Delfs Blue Pottery.

The Hague: Insta-Perfect Walk with a Local

The Hague: Insta-Perfect Walk with a Local

Set out on a 90-minute visual discovery of The Hague with a Local, capturing its most Instagrammable spots and immersing yourself in the authentic local life. Capture the picturesque views of Madurodam and Peace Palace perfect for your next social posts. Wander charming neighbourhoods, bustling markets, and hidden alleyways, experiencing The Hague's everyday magic. Hear captivating anecdotes and historical facts that bring The Hague's culture and heritage to life. Get insider tips on trendy cafes, delicious eats, and unique experiences your feed will love. This experience combines the scenic beauty of The Hague with insights into its daily life - essential for any visitor seeking an authentic discovery of the city.

From Amsterdam: Delft and The Hague Private Tour

From Amsterdam: Delft and The Hague Private Tour

Enjoy a sightseeing tour to the potteries in Delft and the Madurodam in The Hague. You have entrance tickets to the Madurodam and the Royal Delft potteries where you stay approx. 1 - 1.5 hours at each spot. If you like to visit the Mauritshuis as well you have to purchase the tickets by your self due to the limited amount of tickets. If there is time left you can have a nice lunch in The Hague. You will be picked up in a luxury Mercedes vehicle by a professional driver. After the tour, you will be dropped off at your hotel in Amsterdam.

The Hague & Delft: The Girl with the Pearl Earring

The Hague & Delft: The Girl with the Pearl Earring

On this special tour, you get to choose what you want to see in Delft and The Hague. Everything is optional, and we just suggest places we think are interesting. Your adventure starts with a comfortable ride from Amsterdam in a fancy Mercedes, Audi, or BMW. This sets the mood for a day filled with beauty and culture. First, we suggest visiting Delft, famous for its blue pottery. You can see how this beautiful pottery is made at De Delftse Pauw, a famous workshop. You might spend 1 to 1.5 hours there, but it's up to you. Then, we head to The Hague. Here, we recommend seeing Madurodam, a mini-park with little versions of Dutch landmarks. It's a fun way to learn about the Netherlands and see the whole country in just one hour! If you like, you can also have lunch in The Hague. It's a great chance to try some local food and take a break. After lunch, you might want to visit the Mauritshuis museum in The Hague. This museum has the famous painting "Girl with the Pearl Earring" by Vermeer and many other beautiful artworks. You can spend about 1.5 hours here if you want. Another option is to stop for photos at the Peace Palace, known for its importance in international peace and law. You can learn a bit about it and take some pictures. Lastly, if you're interested, you can visit the International Court of Justice, also in The Hague. It's where countries go when they have arguments that need to be solved by law. You can make a visit or just take photos and look around. Remember, all these visits are optional. You choose what you want to see and do. From the start to the end of your day, we make sure you're comfortable and enjoying your journey.

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What people are saying about Madurodam

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4.3
(1,061 reviews)

I liked everything: the organization, the guide Peter was wonderful, he told us a lot during the excursion. I recommend it. Besides, there is no audio guide, only English and Spanish.

The entire place was built very well to improve: english placards more description on which city the monument was and is how it was built food cost to be lowered

It was really cool to just walk and see the small buildings , you feel like a Giant there

The guide’s ability to speak English is very very poor.

I didn't go to the international court in The Hague