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Real Fun in Holland 6 Days
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Day1 Amsterdam→Het Scheepvaartsmuseum→Heineken Experience→Keukenhof→Amsterdam
After your pick up from the airport, you visit the Maritime Museum in Amsterdam, where you will learn all about the maritime history of the Dutch during the 17th century. Then you go to the Heineken Experience, the place where Heineken brewed its first beer in 1864.
Day2 Amsterdam→Zaanse Schans→Afsluitdijk→Giethoorn→Apeldoorn
Today you visit the Zaanse Schans, a historical village with windmills, traditional wooden shoes and other craft factories and a cheese shop. From here, you drive over the Afsluitdijk. This major dam is 90 meters wide, 7 meters above sea level, and apart from the Great Wall of China, the only structure visible from space. The road will take you to Giethoorn, known as Venice of the North, an idyllic village where countless thatched farms have been built on small peat islands connected by over 170 small wooden bridges.
Day3 Apeldoorn→Roermond→Vaals→Maastricht
You start the day with a shopping spree at the Roermond Designer Outlet, where all international brands are sold at a discount. Your next stop, in Vaals, is the highest point in the Netherlands. At this junction of the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany, you can see the scenery of all three countries. You end the day in Maastricht, the city where, in 1991, the EU countries signed the important Maastricht Treaty, the basis for the establishment of the European Union.
Day4 Maastricht→Nuenen→Eindhoven→Rotterdam
In the morning you visit Nuenen, where the famous Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh lived from 1883 to 1885 and painted many of the buildings around here. Your next stop, Eindhoven, is the birthplace of the Philips lightbulb and home of the Dutch football club PSV. Then you go on to Rotterdam. Recently named by Lonely Planet as the 5th most visited city in the world, you can take a splash tour on a floating bus to see the city.
Day5 Rotterdam→Schiedam→Delft→Den Haag→Rotterdam
Today you start off with a visit to Schiedam, famous for its gin (invented in the Netherlands in 1660), and the world's largest windmill. Then you go to Delft, city of Royal Delft blue porcelain. Founded in 1653, Royal Delft is the only remaining Delft blue porcelain factory dating from the 17th century. You can have lunch in a restaurant specializing in Dutch pancakes (Pannekoek) on Delft Square, which has hosted former US President Bill Clinton. In the Hague you can visit the world-famous Mauritshuis, where you admire 'The Girl with the Pearl Earring," and Madurodam, where you can tour miniature Netherlands in just over an hour.
Day6 Rotterdam→Gouda→Utrecht→Amsterdam→Airport
Today you visit Gouda, the city where the world famous cheese is made here. 60% of the cheese in the Netherlands is produced here, and you might even be able to visit the traditional cheese market on the municipal square. (Held every Thursday from April through August only). Then you travel to Utrecht, where you visit the Miffy Museum. Miffy Rabbit was created in 1955 by Dutch cartoonist Dick Bruna. At the end of the day, you head to Amsterdam, city of diamonds. Here you can visit the Royal Coster Diamond Factory, which has a 175 years of history of polishing royal diamonds. At the end of the day, we can drive you to the airport or another location in town.
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  1. Included in the Price
    • Private Customized Tour
    • 8 seated comfortable mini bus (Travelling 10 hours per day)
    • Tour guide as driver (Chinese language speaking)
    • Included 3 stars hotel accommodation (Double standard room) and daily breakfast (Single room surcharge, Euro/GBP 35 per room per night)
    • Toll, Petrol and parking fees are included.
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    • Additional activities: Vineyards/Wineries, excavation truffles and cooking classes, etc.
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