Visit the Cube Houses in Rotterdam, let yourself be enchanted by the blue porcelain of Delft, and discover Holland’s most royal city, The Hague, all in this one-day excursion.
We depart from Amsterdam and our first stop is fascinating Rotterdam. For all its visitors, Rotterdam is a fantastic place to get lost; with its amazing architecture, incredible skyline, numerous museums, and warm and welcoming atmosphere, it hypnotizes everyone who come here. With the 75-minute Spido boat tour around the harbour, you will enjoy the amazing view of the skyscrapers and get to know its famous port. When the boat tour ends, you will follow your tour guide to visit the fascinating Markthal, with its famous cutting-edge, modern architecture. You might be amazed to find out that this place is actually residential and business building with a market underneath. But what a market that is! After this incredible visit, you will go to equally innovative architectural experiment, the famous Cube Houses, where you can admire their originality and creativity.
On our way to The Hague, we will stop in Delft, a charming little town known as the birthplace of the famous painter Johannes Vermeer, who often included Delft as a motif in his works. Here, you will have the time to explore the city on your own, try local cuisine, and walk its old centre permeated with numerous canals. Explore the Old Church and the New Church and learn how famous Delft blue pottery is made during a visit to De Delftse Pauw.
In our tour around The Hague, the third largest city after Amsterdam and Rotterdam and a political heart of the Netherlands, you will discover the Peace Palace, the historic Binnenhof, royal palaces, and the famous Mauritshuis, the home to the very best of Dutch painting that houses the famous Vermeer’s Girl with a Pearl Earring. On our way back to Amsterdam, we will make short stop at Madurodam, the miniature city with Netherland’s most visited landmarks where you can enjoy the aerial view of the Rijksmuseum, the Binnenhof, Schiphol Airport, the Port of Rotterdam, Erasmusbrug, etc.