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- Duration: 12 Hrs
Departure Time :
9:00 AM Hotel pickups commence approximately 30 - 60 minutes prior to this time
Departure Details :
Grasmarkt Straat 82, 1000 Brussel, Belgium
Return Details :
Returns to original departure point
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Holland is only at a stones throw away from Brussels. Dont miss the opportunity to visit bustling Amsterdam! Upon arrival in Amsterdam we visit a local crafts center where you see the production of traditional cheeses and clogs. Time for a short photo break near a traditional quaint Dutch windmill. We drive on to the heart of Amsterdam, passing the Dutch National Bank and the former Heineken brewery museum. You can embark on an optional guided boat tour that takes you along Amsterdams picturesque canals. This is an unforgettable way to discover the old city and it is undoubtedly the number one attraction of Hollands capital. Next stop: the tour now takes you to Amsterdams most famous square called the DAM. The guide takes you on a brief guided walk to the Royal Palace and other highlights of the city. Then it is time for some free time. Stroll along the shopping streets, visit the flower market. Just enjoy!
- Comprehensive tour by bus/coach
- All entrance fees included
- Day trip (destination A to B)
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Stop At: Dam Square, Amsterdam, North Holland Province
Heart of the city and most crowded square of Amsterdam: Damplein with the Liberation Monument (1940-1945) a
22 M high obelisk.There is also the Royal Palace, now only used for representative purposes.
Duration: 20 minutes
Pass By: Anne Frank House, Amsterdam, North Holland Province
The Anne Frank House is a writer's house and biographical museum dedicated to Jewish wartime diarist Anne Frank. The building is located on a canal called the Prinsengracht, close to the Westerkerk, in central Amsterdam in the Netherlands.
Pass By: Heineken Experience, Amsterdam, North Holland Province
Founded in 1873 by Gerard Adriaan Heineken of the Netherlands.
2011: third brewer of the world's level.
Today, the Heineken Brewery in Amsterdam is the Heineken Experience Museum .......marvellous building with art deco elements. Heineken beer is a blond beer (pils) 5%.
Pass By: Royal Palace Amsterdam, Amsterdam, North Holland Province
Dominates the Damsquare. Inaugurated as Town Hall en 1655 during the Golden Age and became a palace by Luis Bonaparte, brother of the Emperor Napoleon. Townhall until 1808 and today the palace is used by the King to welcome wellknown visitors.
Stop At: Rembrandt Hoeve Cheesefarm and Clog Factory, Amstelveen, North Holland Province
Windmills and farmhouses dominate the skyline.
A traditional farm where wooden shoes and cheese are made.
Duration: 45 minutes
Stop At: De Gooyer Windmill, Amsterdam, North Holland Province
Types of Dutch windmill: poldermill, watermill and fluormill.
Duration: 15 minutes
Pass By: Red Light District, Amsterdam, North Holland Province
Situated behind the Bourse and the biggest of Europa.
A few streets to walk!
Entry/Admission - Rembrandt Hoeve
Hotel pick up & drop-off
Canal boat tour (optional)
Food and drinks
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
The drive to Amsterdam from Brussels is approximately 3 hours
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 200 travelers
Traveler ReviewsSee all reviews
We enjoyed the tour but we wished to have more time to explore. The guide was knowledgeable and professional. However, at the end of the tour they dropped us off at a different place and we had to walk more to the hotel and we had to ask for directions. I suggest that next time they drop people off at the same place where they are picked up.
It was a wonderful trip.
Bruno our guide was charming and knowledgeable.
The driver was great also.
I would recommend this tour!
Amsterdam was busy but lovely and interesting
We're very happy with the tour, everything are very good we can go to Netherland famous points only in 1 day, so everything already complete in this tour!
another great trip. I wish we went to another cheese making factory with one that actually is making it along with the shoe making. the guide was really awesome and knows his information well. cheese making should have been much better
This day trip is a great way to get a taste of Amsterdam. There's short walking tour, which you're free to opt out of. You'll get the most out of this day trip if you do some prep ahead of time. In order to optimize your free time - we had about 4 hours - come with a map, read up on some good restaurants and ideas of things to see, and walk along the canals.
This was a great trip after a 45 min walking tour is Amsterdam we were given almost 3 hours to explore the city in our own . The guide was very knowledgeable . Loved it ! Will definitely visit this city again
We signed up for an English speaking tour to Amsterdam for the day. Our guide Walter was quite good but the tour was half in Spanish. I had expected the Spanish tour to be separate and found it quite tedious when he had to give our his comments in both languages. The walking tour once we got to Amsterdam was hare as we had 53 people in the group and with no microphone for the guide it was lacking a lot. Too many people, too many languages brought down an otherwise nice tour.
I loved having the tour taken care of as well as the unexpected stop at a cheese factory just outside Amsterdam. The guide, while friendly and competent, described a bus tour of the city after we visited the cheese factory and a one hour walking tour. The "bus tour" consisted of the guide describing sites that we saw as we drove to the coach drop off point, not really a tour. The walking tour disappointed immensely. We stopped at perhaps four or five points with several more left undescribed. When the guide told us that we had reached the end of the walking tour I found myself surprised. I would appreciate more to the walking tour and less free time.
Albert was really knowledgeable. Our tour was in spanish and english, and he did a great job speaking in both.
it was alright, mainly good about the convenience in transport. But explanation was unclear, especially when the guide had to use multiple languages at the same time