The Hague & Delft Private Tour
- Price from:
- 299 EUR /person
- +31 06 21965898
- Payment Types:
- Credit Card
- Travellers cheque
- Wire Transfer
- 8 hours
- Location Start:
- Amsterdam location
- Location Finish:
- Amsterdam location
- Start time:
- 09.00 am
- End time:
- 05.00 pm
- We Speak:
- Dutch, German, English, French
Last updated: 01/05/2009
Visit two famous Dutch cities: Delft with its pottery tradition and Great Market.
The Hague is known for the Peace Palace, Madurodam and of course the Mauritshuis, with paintings from Joh. Vermeer.
This is your itinerary of the The Hague & Delft Tour:
09.00 AM Pick up
10.00 AM Walk in Delft center and visits to:
- Museum Lambert van Meerten
- The Princenhof (where Prince Willem of Orange was killed)
-Pottery Factory The Delft Peacock with private demonstation
12.30 PM The Hague:
- Miniature town Madurodam
- The Maurits House (Vermeer: Girl with the pearl earring)
- Parliamentary Buildings - no entrance
- Peace Palace (International Court)no entrance
- a short walk along the sea coast
4.00 PM - Return to Amsterdam
5.00 PM - Arrival at destination
- Inclusions -
- Car with driver/guide; gasoline; parking fees.
- Exclusions -
- Admission Fees to sites, lunch, beverages.
- Extras -
- This is a private tour.
You will not share your tour with other parties.
Pick up and drop off from any Amsterdam location.
You can add or skip sites to your itinerary.
Tour fee 299 starts with 1 or 2 persons. Booking always require a creditcard for holding your reservation.
Payment is done only cash in Eur currency after the tour.
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