On arrival at Amsterdam International airport, meet our representative and get transferred to your hotel. Check-in to hotel and relax. The remainder of the day is free so we can settle in our new accommodation. Dinner at restaurant. An overnight stay at Amsterdam.
Breakfast at hotel. Today we will have a full-day excursion to The Hague, with the use of a private coach and with the help of our local guide. We will view the main sights and visit the Binnenhof, a complex of buildings that is home to both houses of the Dutch government. The oldest part of the Binnenhof is the Ridderzaal (“Knights Hall”), a 13th-century hunting lodge and ceremonial hall built by the Counts of Holland. The most important ceremony held here is the Prinsjesdag, held annually on the third Tuesday in September when the reigning monarch addresses members of both Houses of Parliament from the throne. En route back to Amsterdam, we stop to view its historical windmills. Dinner at restaurant. An overnight stay at Amsterdam.
Breakfast at hotel. This morning we will visit the Anne Frank House. The Anne Frank House at Prinsengracht 263 offers a sobering exhibition about the persecution of Jews. This was where Anne Frank and her family lived in hiding from the Nazis during World War II, and a must-visit for those who want to learn more about this dark period in Amsterdam’s history.
We will then walk to the Royal Palace. The Royal Palace Amsterdam was originally built during the Dutch Golden Age in the 17th century as a town hall, before being transformed 150 years later into a royal residence by the French king Louis Bonaparte. The palace today is in active use by the Dutch Royal House but is open to the public on certain days so visitors can explore its interiors and learn more about its rich history. Dinner at restaurant. An overnight stay at Amsterdam.
Breakfast at hotel. Today we will be entering Amsterdam’s finest museums located on the Museumplein (Museum square), an art lover’s utopia. The largest public square in the city is bordered by world-famous museums. It also hosts open-air exhibitions and markets.
We will explore the Van Gogh Museum houses the largest collection of paintings, drawings, and letters by the Dutch post-Impressionist master. In 2015, the museum opened a new entrance directly on Museumplein, making it easy to access from the cultural heart of the city.
The Rijksmuseum is arguably Amsterdam’s grandest and most popular museum, housing historic art by Vermeer, Frans Hals, and other Dutch masters of the Golden Age. It also houses Rembrandt’s renowned “The Night Watch”. You can read our article about the masterpiece and its restoration here. Dinner at restaurant. An overnight stay at Amsterdam.
After breakfast, packing up your bags and take the leave from your hotel and you will be directly transferred to the Amsterdam International airport from where you can fly back to your homeland.
“Leave EUROPE with Sweet Memories”
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