Visit two of Amsterdam’s UNESCO World Heritage sites in one day; the famous Canal Belt and the typical Dutch polder called the Beemster.
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Visit the windmills near Rotterdam
This is a mixed tour between Rotterdam and the famous World Heritage site of Kinderdijk.
This full-day tour offers you a great impression of Holland and is an awesome combination of 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 Kinderdijk. He will take a rural road over a dike on the side of the stunning river Lek. During this ride, you can enjoy a beautiful view, see typical Dutch farmhouses, see sheep and cows. Arriving at Kinderdijk you will be invited on a boat tour where you can take an awesome picture of the 19 windmills. Kinderdijk has received a UNESCO World Heritage status. You can even visit a working windmill if you please! After Kinderdijk your guide continuous to Rotterdam the second largest city of the Netherlands and famous for its modern architecture.
After this inspiring journey, we are happy to drop you off at your hotel, vacation address, boat pier, or Schiphol Airport.
* 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.
Please note that traffic can cause delays.
To improve the region’s water-management facilities, a series of windmills were constructed near Kinderdijk around 1740. A living testament to the Netherlands’ age-old struggles with rising waters, the mill network at Kinderdijk was built to keep the surrounding region safe from floods. It became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997 due to its cultural, historical and technological significance.
Rotterdam is a major port city and the second-largest city of the Netherlands. The Maritime Museum’s vintage ships and exhibits trace the city’s seafaring history. After being almost completely reconstructed following WWII, the city is now famous for bold, modern architecture. You can walk through the old port and the remarkable see the Yellow Cube Houses and visit the famous Food Hall. Or enjoy a city sightseeing tour by car through Rotterdam. Everything seems possible here, and there’s so much left to explore, for example, the 65 feet high Euromast tower, and perhaps have lunch in Hotel New-York!