Explore the north Netherlands, in particular, the towns of Giethoorn and Hasselt, known for their fairy-tale charm and unique characteristics.
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Utrecht and Amsterdam Castle tour
This is a mixed tour between visiting Utrecht city and the most famous Dutch castle. This full day tour offers you a great impression of Holland and is an awesome combination between the exhilarating energy of a city and the tranquil atmosphere of the country.
What to expect
Your private guide will drive from Amsterdam in direction of Amsterdam Castle. Arriving at the castle you will be invited by your guide for a private tour through this magnificent medieval fortress. After this remarkable visit, he will take a rural road over a dike on the side of one of the country’s most beautiful river de Vecht. During this ride you can enjoy a beautiful view, see typical Dutch farmhouses, sheep and cows beside country houses. Arriving at Utrecht you will be invited for a city walking tour with your guide.
* The itinerary is flexible and we can adjust this tour to your needs. After this inspiring journey, we are happy to drop you off at your hotel, vacation address, boat pier or Schiphol Airport.
Combined with our private day tours our Bentley Arnage Limousine Service will cost €475 euros a day extra.
On this tour, you will visit an original medieval castle and an astonishing surprise, the graceful city of Utrecht, one of the Netherlands’ oldest urban centers.
Please note that traffic can cause delays.
Enjoy the breath taking splendour within Utrecht’s city centre and its history that dates back before the Roman times. It’s hard not to fall in love with this city and its artistic heritage, elaborate tree-lined canal system, and iconic 15th-century Domtoren. Stroll beside the awesome canals with their fascinating medieval cellars and yards, which are unique in the world. Utrecht, the fourth largest city of the Netherlands, gave birth to the Dutch Republic and is nowadays a lively city, bizarrely under-visited by tourism. In 2012, Lonely Planet included Utrecht in the top 10 of the world’s most unsung places.
Amsterdam Castle ‘ The Muiderslot ‘
Amsterdam Castle Muiderslot is over 700 years old and surrounded by water and beautiful historic gardens. It’s one of the oldest and best-preserved castles in the Netherlands and was built in 1285 by a powerful count with a single clear goal in mind: defence. The castle has a long and turbulent history.