Delft is one of the oldest cities in Holland and it is famous for its Blue pottery. We will visit the traditional factory where you can see how the pottery is made and painted by hand. Of course we will make a walk around the medieval central square. In 1584, William the Silent was entombed in in a mausoleum in The New Church. Since then members of Royal family have been entombed in the royal crypt. The latest are Queen Juliana and her husband Prince Bernhard in 2004.
The hague is the political capital of the Netherlands with its many embassies. Among the highlights are a visit to the governmental centre of the Netherlands, the palace of the King and the International Court of Justice. Madurodam is a park that resembles Holland in miniature size. Buildings, markets, canals, windmills, Dam Square, the Delta works and much more is perfectly replicated to the smallest detail. Windmills turn, airplanes land at the airport, boats float in the Port of Rotterdam and in the canals of Amsterdam, parades take place.