Visiting Haarlem is easy and would be even great for a half day trip from Amsterdam! In 19 minutes by train you’ll be in Haarlem. Haarlem is much smaller than Amsterdam and has a very laid back atmosphere. Houses are marvelous and it has a thriving beer industry, don’t miss out on a visit to the JOPEN church – a former church turned into a beer brewery. Of course a visit to the Frans Hals museum would be wonderful for its masterpieces of the 17th century. Very impressive will be a visit to the Corrie ten Boom museum to hear the story of Corrie who saved 800 lives of Jews and political prisoners during the WWII. The Anne Frank House in Amsterdam is very popular, but why not skip the line and visit the Corrie ten Boom house in Haarlem?

  • Duration of our private tour appr. 4 hours
  • Including a 1 hour city walk with a professional, informative and personable local guide
  • Including a guided visit to the Corrie ten Boom museum
  • 1 Drink included at a local café
  • Costs public transport included from Amsterdam Central Station
  • Price 59,50 Euro p.p. (See overview prices for details)

UtrechtGuided tour to Utrecht must see in The Netherlands

What could you do during your visit in Utrecht?

  • Enjoy a guided tour to see all highlights of this quaint place including the well known “wharfs”
  • Taste some delicacies and get to know the famous shortcake of the city
  • See and learn more about the Roman Ruins in DOM UNDER
  • Climb the tallest church spire of The Netherlands and enjoy the view
  • Soak up the atmosphere in this lively city full of students by strolling through the medieval streets

Visit Utrecht, the beating heart of The Netherlands, only 30 minutes by train from Amsterdam. A very lively city with 65.000 students and such a wonderful compact historical city center that you can enjoy all of it on foot! The water going through the city and multi-level sidewalks make the city unique. How do we locals enjoy the city? We soak up the atmosphere in one of the local cellars, turned into café’s, along the canal. We visit a historical building, picnic in the parc or explore Utrecht by night on foot – when parts of town are impressively lit by colourful lights. I can’t wait to create the best program for you. According to Lonely Planet, Utrecht is a ‘must-see’ on your visit to the Netherlands, one of the hidden gems of our country!

The Hague

What could you do during your visit in The Hague?

  • The Hague – visit the Binnenhof, the Hall of Knights and the Parliament
  • Visit the Mauritshuis and see ‘The girl with a pearl earring’ of Vermeer
  • Hear stories about our Royal Family and see their palaces
  • Go by bike to the beach and enjoy the terraces on the boulevard

The Hague a multicultural city, often mistaken as the capital of The Netherlands because it houses the Parliament and the Imperial Crown. The city is referred to as the international hotspot and city of peace and justice. Next to all this it is also the place where the Royal Family resides. When walking around the streets you might encounter a member of our Royal Family. We would love to share some stories on them and on local life in this marvelous city 1-hour south of Amsterdam. A day to The Hague would be a lovely day trip and we even could include a relaxing bike ride to the beach and enjoy the atmosphere on the quaint boulevard of Scheveningen!