Zaanse Schans & Marken Tour
- Price from:
- 299 EUR /person
- +31 06 21965898
- Payment Types:
- Credit Card
- Travellers cheque
- Wire Transfer
- 6 hours
- Location Start:
- Amsterdam location
- Location Finish:
- Amsterdam location
- Start time:
- 09.00 am
- End time:
- 03.00 pm
- We Speak:
- Dutch, German, French, English
Last updated: 01/08/2009
This Private tour covers the magnificent area of Dutch polder landscape north of Amsterdam. Visit the windmills, dairy farm and old fishingvillages. Make a boatride across the former Zuidersea.
This private tour will take you into one fo the most beautiful rural environments of The Neterlands.
You will see windmills, dikes and ditches. After a stop to taste some traditionally made products at a cheese farm, you will visit the picturesque village of Edam for a stroll and the Zaanse Schans, for a visit to a windmill and a wooden shoe shop.
We continue to Volendam and Marken, fishermen's village along the former Zuiderzee. Marken used to be an island until it was connected to the mainland by a dike. Some people of both places still wear the traditional costumes.
- 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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