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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Windmills and Van Gogh Museum guided tour
Marvelous and Iconic, there are no other words for this unique mixed tour. Visit the world famous Van Gogh Museum and the Dutch heritage site, De Zaanse Schans.
What to expect
Your private guide will drive directly to the Zaanse Schans and will take you around through this Dutch heritage site, here you will experience famous aspects of Dutch manufacturing and visit a working old windmill to learn how products were fabricated in the 17thand 18thcentury. After de Zaanse Schans your guide will drive back to Amsterdam to invite you for visiting the world famous Van Gogh Museum with unique fast track entry! Your professional and certified guide will take you around through this beautiful museum with its unique collection and will let you feel the brilliance as the tragic of Vincent’s life during the tour. He will let you see remarkable details and learn you about the masterpieces by Vincent van Gogh.
Please note that traffic can cause delays.
Van Gogh Museum Vincent van Gogh’s story is one of the most iconic in art history. Today, Van Gogh is seen as one of the most important painters of all time and inspires people worldwide. The Van Gogh Museum houses the largest collection of works by Vincent van Gogh in the world, with famous paintings such as the potato eaters, the sunflowers, irises in a vase, and of course many of Vincent’s self-portraits. Vincent van Gogh’s works are supplemented with masterpieces by painters from his time such as; Claude Monet, Paul Gaugin, and Edouard Manet.
Zaanse Schans When you leave Amsterdam, you drive through peatland and find yourself at least 6 feet below sea level. There were always people from elsewhere who wanted to discover the Zaan region, the best known of which were Tsar Peter the Great and the famous impressionist Claude Monet. The Zaanse Schans nowadays is a Dutch heritage site, here you will experience famous aspects of Dutch manufacturing and are able to visit a working old windmill to learn how products were fabricated in the 17thand 18thcentury.