Dagsturer fra Amsterdam: Rotterdam, Delft, Haag og miniatyrparken Madurodam
First, travel by comfortable coach to Rotterdam, where you'll take a 30-minute city tour and see the experimental architecture and eclectic collection of buildings that make Rotterdam so unique. Then climb the 606-foot (185-meter) Euromast sightseeing tower for spectacular views of Rotterdam, the port and the surrounding area. Take your time soaking up the scenery — you have about an hour here.
Next, take a 1-hour tour of the Royal Delft, one of the famous Delft Blue pottery makers in the country. Watch a demonstration to see how this iconic blue-and-white pottery is made. Originally a duplicate of Chinese porcelain, the production of Delft pottery began in the 17th-century. Hundreds of years later, production of this beautiful, beloved earthenware pottery is still going strong. After your Royal Delft visit, spend an hour exploring the picturesque city of Delft, and stop for lunch (own expense).
Continue on to The Hague, the seat of the Dutch government. Learn about the importance of this historic city on a 30-minute tour, during which you'll see notable sights and landmarks including the Houses of Parliament.
Finally, your last visit will be the miniature city of Madurodam.
Your action-packed sightseeing tour ends in central Amsterdam in the evening.
- Professional guide
- Entry ticket to the Royal Delft
- Entry ticket to Euromast Rotterdam
- Visit to Madurodam miniature park
- Transport in air-conditioned coach
- Special offer: Free 1-hour Amsterdam canal cruise per person (worth €16)
- Gratuities (optional)
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- May be operated by a multilingual guide
- Children up to and including 3 years old are free of charge (not occupying a seat)
The tour required an early start from Amsterdam Central as there were many kilometres to be travelled in the excellent coach. We were fortunate to have a mature, experienced driver and a very knowledgeable, friendly, patient and well organised guide for the day. The drive to Rotterdam was very pleasant and the guide kept us informed about each major location we passed and its part in that it played in the history of the Netherlands. Rotterdam was amazing to see especially the harbours, the new buildings, the indoor markets, the cube houses etc. A must see! Delft was different as it had many more older buildings. A highlight of this part of the tour was the visit to the Delft fine china factory and seeing the artist actually hand painting the blue artwork onto the unglazed products. The Hague was interesting and historic, but was more of a drive through in the bus the time given to this part of the tour was quite short. The surprise part of the tour was the visit to Madurodam Miniature Park. It was so realistic, comprehensive and well presented that it exceeded all of our expectations. The 90 minutes or so that we spent there went too quickly. A wonderful place for both adults and children. I would thoroughly recommend this tour to anyone who has a day to spare in Amsterdam.
Observation tower was crowded and we were unable to get up. Lunch was not good. We would have preferred more time in Delft and do away with the tower. Lunch in Delft would be better. Bus driver was fabulous but tour guide needed to be more engaging.
Excellent Tour. Saw all the highlights, enough time to explore and see what you want. Comfortable bus excellent multi lingual guide.
Fantastic trip great guide
She was good, but the bus travel was terrible, worm, uncomfortable. CANNOT hold the rest of the people for minutes and minutes because people do not respect the time and were always late.
This tour was by far the largest I have been on by Viator. All seats were taken on a double decker coach bus. I think this, along with rudeness of some passengers, were my biggest problems with the tour. In Rotterdam we got off the bus to view some interesting cubist houses and an oddly shaped shopping center. Then we journeyed to the Euromast to enjoy a quick cup of coffee with a lovely view. The next city, Delft, justified the cost of the tour. Lunch in the city center and then a trip to the Delft factory was great fun. I very much enjoyed learning about these traditions and seeing the pottery made. Madurodam was also very cool. I liked spotting the miniature replicas of many of the places I had already visited in Amsterdam. The Hague tour was basically driving around the city in the packed bus. This was my least favorite part. My recommendation is to look for private tours of the same locations.
Fantastic way to see a lot of Holland in one day but it is a long day and you are on the move all the time. Peter was a great host with heaps of information and history. Highlight was Delft and the pottery tour.
This was a great tour. We enjoyed the pace the locations. The guide was friendly and conversant in both English and Spanish. The locations were nice and the pace was comfortable.
Superb--I would highly recommend this tour! We saw so much in just one day, really got a feel for the country in a brief time. Excellent tour guide, wonderful information, perfect balance of guided elements and free time distributed throughout the tour. Comfortable bus, great views.