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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Visit Amsterdam’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites
This is a mixed tour between Amsterdam and the countryside tour, visiting two UNESCO World Heritage Sites in one day, the perfect tour if you want to have an overall experience of this beautiful part of the Netherlands. This tour is a good combination of the exhilarating energy of the city and the tranquil atmosphere of the country.
What to expect
After the city tour, your private guide will drive directly to the Beemster region and will take you around through this typical Dutch polder landscape. You have a perfect view of the extraordinary structure of the polder and the enormous difference in water level with the surrounding area. Learn why the windmills were built and see how they work and enter a working 17th-century windmill for a tour of its mechanisms and living quarters. During the tour we will drive through typical 17th-century polder villages, like Midden Beemster, the Rijp, and Graft.
* 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.
In a 1.5 hour city tour we will show you the highlights of the of Amsterdam. Of course, we’ll start by driving through the famous Canal Belt, added as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2010. Learn how the Golden Age influenced urban development in Amsterdam and how Amsterdam became so rich and artistically famous. We will show you countless interesting sights with amazing views inside and outside the historic city center.
Immediately when you leave Amsterdam, you drive through peatland and find yourself at least 6 feet below sea level. We will show you another UNESCO World Heritage site, a typical Dutch polder called the Beemster which was the first ever reclaimed polder in the country!