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Guided Walking : Europe

Netherlands: Tulips in Holland

Easy Terrain: 3-6 Miles Daily

Holland: Tulips, Windmills & Waterways

From the winding canals, stately rowhouses, and world-class museums of Amsterdam to the endless color-drenched fields of the Keukenhof Tulip Show, Holland is famously gezellig (warm and festive). Walking through the medieval cities, tranquil forests, and wild heath of this region, you’ll connect with a distinctive culture that has created some of Europe’s greatest art. Stroll the footpaths and bridges of Kinderdijk, passing rows of iconic windmills and pencil-straight canals. Gaze upon the paintings of Dutch masters, exquisite gardens full of Rodin statues, and one of the world’s largest collections of Van Gogh’s work. In Kennemerduinen National Park, delight in the natural beauty of the North Sea coast, as you stroll through stands of willows on your way to dunes dotted with parnassia and sea buckthorn. Discover the area’s rich history visiting Haarlem’s 14th-century City Hall, Utrecht’s Rietveld-Schroder House, and the medieval village of Oudewater. Holland is a beautiful bouquet of culture and nature; come explore it with us.


Tour Highlights:
  • Wander the vibrant fields of the Keukenhof Tulip Show, one of the world’s largest floral displays, and gaze at blooming hyacinths, tulips, and much more.
  • Haarlem’s artistic legacy comes to life as you explore the Frans Hals Museum, filled with the work of the city’s renowned 17th-century painters.
  • Delight in a typical lunch of savory pannenkoeken (pancakes) when we stop by a local restaurant in Oudewater.
Flight + Tour Combo

10 days, 9 nights

FROM $5,348 USD

per person, double occupancy

Tour extensions available
Amsterdam | 2 nights $498*

Tour Only

7 days, 6 nights

FROM $4,398 USD

per person, double occupancy



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Itinerary & Accommodations

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Day 1

Walking tour of Amsterdam

Your Netherlands sojourn begins with a walking tour of Amsterdam’s vibrant, historic neighborhoods. After lunch, transfer to your hotel in the center of Haarlem, perfectly positioned for exploration of the city’s many highlights.

Accommodation: Stempels Hotel, Haarlem

In a perfect location in the pedestrian center of Haarlem, this charming hotel occupies the former offices and type foundry of the Royal Joh Enschedé printing press. Fully renovated in 2006, contemporary guestrooms have polished wood floors and neutral tones. On-site are a restaurant and brasserie.

Day 2

Keukenhof Tulip Show and Tulip Fields

Bask in the Netherlands’ floral bounty at the annual Keukenhof Tulip Show in Lisse. Wander through Keukenhof’s magnificent landscaped gardens—built on the site of the herb and vegetable garden of the 15th-century Countess of Holland—and view exhibitions showcasing Holland’s flower industry.

Accommodation: Stempels Hotel, Haarlem

In a perfect location in the pedestrian center of Haarlem, this charming hotel occupies the former offices and type foundry of the Royal Joh Enschedé printing press. Fully renovated in 2006, contemporary guestrooms have polished wood floors and neutral tones. On-site are a restaurant and brasserie.

Day 3

Haarlem to Kennemerduinen National Park

This morning, follow Haarlem’s historic brewers’ canal into Kennermerduinen National Park along the North Sea, where you’ll explore Holland’s extensive and unspoiled dunes. Later, enjoy a walking tour of Haarlem with your guides, followed by dinner at an Indonesian restaurant—a testament to Holland’s colonial history.

Accommodation: Stempels Hotel, Haarlem

In a perfect location in the pedestrian center of Haarlem, this charming hotel occupies the former offices and type foundry of the Royal Joh Enschedé printing press. Fully renovated in 2006, contemporary guestrooms have polished wood floors and neutral tones. On-site are a restaurant and brasserie.

Day 4

De Hoge Veluwe National Park

Experience a blend of nature, art, and architecture at De Hoge Veluwe National Park. The woodlands are home to rare plants, deer, and wild boar, while the cultural highlight is the Kröller-Müller Museum, housing 300 Van Gogh paintings and Europe’s largest sculpture garden. Afterwards, transfer to Utrecht.

Accommodation: Court Hotel, Utrecht

A historic hotel that once functioned as the Utrecht Courthouse has been carefully restored to a city-center boutique hotel. Light and spacious guestrooms feature contemporary décor, overlooking either the courtyard or main square. Its restaurant, a local favorite, is also on site.

Day 5

Historic Utrecht

Discover historic Utrecht on foot, following a path through green Wilhelmina Park and strolling along the winding Kromme Rijn River. After an organic lunch at the Amelisweerd Estate, enjoy independent time to explore Utrecht’s museums, restaurants, and shops.

Accommodation: Court Hotel, Utrecht

A historic hotel that once functioned as the Utrecht Courthouse has been carefully restored to a city-center boutique hotel. Light and spacious guestrooms feature contemporary décor, overlooking either the courtyard or main square. Its restaurant, a local favorite, is also on site.

Day 6

Kinderdijk windmills

Today’s tour of Holland’s classics begins with a walk along canalside trails at the foot of Kinderdijk’s picturesque 18th-century windmills. Afterwards, stroll through quintessential Dutch countryside and cross the Lek River by ferry, passing quaint villages en route to a pancake lunch. This afternoon’s visit to the medieval village of Oudewater is followed by a festive farewell dinner tonight.

Accommodation: Court Hotel, Utrecht

A historic hotel that once functioned as the Utrecht Courthouse has been carefully restored to a city-center boutique hotel. Light and spacious guestrooms feature contemporary décor, overlooking either the courtyard or main square. Its restaurant, a local favorite, is also on site.

Day 7

Departure

After breakfast, transfer to Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport.

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Day 1

Walking tour of Amsterdam

Your Netherlands sojourn begins with a walking tour of Amsterdam’s vibrant, historic neighborhoods. After lunch, transfer to your hotel in the center of Haarlem, perfectly positioned for exploration of the city’s many highlights.

Accommodation: Stempels Hotel, Haarlem

In a perfect location in the pedestrian center of Haarlem, this charming hotel occupies the former offices and type foundry of the Royal Joh Enschedé printing press. Fully renovated in 2006, contemporary guestrooms have polished wood floors and neutral tones. On-site are a restaurant and brasserie.

Day 2

Keukenhof Tulip Show and Tulip Fields

Bask in the Netherlands’ floral bounty at the annual Keukenhof Tulip Show in Lisse. Wander through Keukenhof’s magnificent landscaped gardens—built on the site of the herb and vegetable garden of the 15th-century Countess of Holland—and view exhibitions showcasing Holland’s flower industry.

Accommodation: Stempels Hotel, Haarlem

In a perfect location in the pedestrian center of Haarlem, this charming hotel occupies the former offices and type foundry of the Royal Joh Enschedé printing press. Fully renovated in 2006, contemporary guestrooms have polished wood floors and neutral tones. On-site are a restaurant and brasserie.

Day 3

Haarlem to Kennemerduinen National Park

This morning, follow Haarlem’s historic brewers’ canal into Kennermerduinen National Park along the North Sea, where you’ll explore Holland’s extensive and unspoiled dunes. Later, enjoy a walking tour of Haarlem with your guides, followed by dinner at an Indonesian restaurant—a testament to Holland’s colonial history.

Accommodation: Stempels Hotel, Haarlem

In a perfect location in the pedestrian center of Haarlem, this charming hotel occupies the former offices and type foundry of the Royal Joh Enschedé printing press. Fully renovated in 2006, contemporary guestrooms have polished wood floors and neutral tones. On-site are a restaurant and brasserie.

Day 4

De Hoge Veluwe National Park

Experience a blend of nature, art, and architecture at De Hoge Veluwe National Park. The woodlands are home to rare plants, deer, and wild boar, while the cultural highlight is the Kröller-Müller Museum, housing 300 Van Gogh paintings and Europe’s largest sculpture garden. Afterwards, transfer to Utrecht.

Accommodation: Grand Hotel Karel V, Utrecht

Medieval charm and modern luxury come together in this unique 5-star hotel in the historic center of Utrecht. The splendid complex of buildings and magnificent courtyard gardens dates from the 14th century. On-site is the convivial Brasserie Goeie Louisa and wellness center with indoor swimming pool.

Day 5

Historic Utrecht

Discover historic Utrecht on foot, following a path through green Wilhelmina Park and strolling along the winding Kromme Rijn River. After an organic lunch at the Amelisweerd Estate, enjoy independent time to explore Utrecht’s museums, restaurants, and shops.

Accommodation: Grand Hotel Karel V, Utrecht

Medieval charm and modern luxury come together in this unique 5-star hotel in the historic center of Utrecht. The splendid complex of buildings and magnificent courtyard gardens dates from the 14th century. On-site is the convivial Brasserie Goeie Louisa and wellness center with indoor swimming pool.

Day 6

Kinderdijk windmills

Today’s tour of Holland’s classics begins with a walk along canalside trails at the foot of Kinderdijk’s picturesque 18th-century windmills. Afterwards, stroll through quintessential Dutch countryside and cross the Lek River by ferry, passing quaint villages en route to a pancake lunch. This afternoon’s visit to the medieval village of Oudewater is followed by a festive farewell dinner tonight.

Accommodation: Grand Hotel Karel V, Utrecht

Medieval charm and modern luxury come together in this unique 5-star hotel in the historic center of Utrecht. The splendid complex of buildings and magnificent courtyard gardens dates from the 14th century. On-site is the convivial Brasserie Goeie Louisa and wellness center with indoor swimming pool.

Day 7

Departure

After breakfast, transfer to Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport.

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Flight

Overnight Flight from USA to Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Please refer to your air itinerary for your specific flight details.

Arrival

Arrive in Amsterdam, Holland

Upon arrival at Amsterdam’s Schiphol International Airport, a representative holding a Country Walkers sign will meet you as you exit the baggage-claim area. Please note that there may be up to a 45-minute wait if there are other guests arriving within the same time frame. A complimentary small-group transfer will be provided to the Bilderberg Hotel Jan Luyken, approximately 15-minutes away. The remainder of the day is at your leisure (no meals included).

Accommodation: Bilderberg Hotel Jan Luyken, Amsterdam

A charming boutique hotel in a classic mansion in the heart of Amsterdam, it is a short walk from the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum and the stylish shops of the P.C. Hooftstraat area. Guest rooms feature crisp contemporary décor in muted tones. With a breakfast of organic items and artisan breads, for later there is a cozy bar offering light snacks and drinks; also on site is a Wellness center with Jacuzzi and steam room.

Day 1

Join Your Country Walkers Holland: Tulips, Windmills & Waterways tour

Breakfast is included at your hotel. Your guides will meet you at the Bilderberg Hotel Jan Luyken at 9:00 a.m. in the lobby. Your guides will be wearing a Country Walkers shirt. Please be dressed for walking.

Please refer to the Holland: Tulips, Windmills & Waterways (7- day/6-night) itinerary for full tour details.

Your Netherlands sojourn begins with a walking tour of Amsterdam’s vibrant, historic neighborhoods. After lunch, transfer to your hotel in the center of Haarlem, perfectly positioned for exploration of the city’s many highlights.

Accommodation: Stempels Hotel, Haarlem

In a perfect location in the pedestrian center of Haarlem, this charming hotel occupies the former offices and type foundry of the Royal Joh Enschedé printing press. Fully renovated in 2006, contemporary guestrooms have polished wood floors and neutral tones. On-site are a restaurant and brasserie.

Day 2

Keukenhof Tulip Show and Tulip Fields

Bask in the Netherlands’ floral bounty at the annual Keukenhof Tulip Show in Lisse. Wander through Keukenhof’s magnificent landscaped gardens—built on the site of the herb and vegetable garden of the 15th-century Countess of Holland—and view exhibitions showcasing Holland’s flower industry.

Accommodation: Stempels Hotel, Haarlem

In a perfect location in the pedestrian center of Haarlem, this charming hotel occupies the former offices and type foundry of the Royal Joh Enschedé printing press. Fully renovated in 2006, contemporary guestrooms have polished wood floors and neutral tones. On-site are a restaurant and brasserie.

Day 3

Haarlem to Kennemerduinen National Park

This morning, follow Haarlem’s historic brewers’ canal into Kennermerduinen National Park along the North Sea, where you’ll explore Holland’s extensive and unspoiled dunes. Later, enjoy a walking tour of Haarlem with your guides, followed by dinner at an Indonesian restaurant—a testament to Holland’s colonial history.

Accommodation: Stempels Hotel, Haarlem

In a perfect location in the pedestrian center of Haarlem, this charming hotel occupies the former offices and type foundry of the Royal Joh Enschedé printing press. Fully renovated in 2006, contemporary guestrooms have polished wood floors and neutral tones. On-site are a restaurant and brasserie.

Day 4

De Hoge Veluwe National Park

Experience a blend of nature, art, and architecture at De Hoge Veluwe National Park. The woodlands are home to rare plants, deer, and wild boar, while the cultural highlight is the Kröller-Müller Museum, housing 300 Van Gogh paintings and Europe’s largest sculpture garden. Afterwards, transfer to Utrecht.

Accommodation: Court Hotel, Utrecht

A historic hotel that once functioned as the Utrecht Courthouse has been carefully restored to a city-center boutique hotel. Light and spacious guestrooms feature contemporary décor, overlooking either the courtyard or main square. Its restaurant, a local favorite, is also on site.

Day 5

Historic Utrecht

Discover historic Utrecht on foot, following a path through green Wilhelmina Park and strolling along the winding Kromme Rijn River. After an organic lunch at the Amelisweerd Estate, enjoy independent time to explore Utrecht’s museums, restaurants, and shops.

Accommodation: Court Hotel, Utrecht

A historic hotel that once functioned as the Utrecht Courthouse has been carefully restored to a city-center boutique hotel. Light and spacious guestrooms feature contemporary décor, overlooking either the courtyard or main square. Its restaurant, a local favorite, is also on site.

Day 6

Kinderdijk windmills

Today’s tour of Holland’s classics begins with a walk along canalside trails at the foot of Kinderdijk’s picturesque 18th-century windmills. Afterwards, stroll through quintessential Dutch countryside and cross the Lek River by ferry, passing quaint villages en route to a pancake lunch. This afternoon’s visit to the medieval village of Oudewater is followed by a festive farewell dinner tonight.

Accommodation: Court Hotel, Utrecht

A historic hotel that once functioned as the Utrecht Courthouse has been carefully restored to a city-center boutique hotel. Light and spacious guestrooms feature contemporary décor, overlooking either the courtyard or main square. Its restaurant, a local favorite, is also on site.

Day 7

Departure

After breakfast, transfer to Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport.

Post-Night

Tour Departure in Amsterdam

After saying goodbye to your group in Amsterdam, you’ll transfer to Bilderberg Hotel Jan Luyken for a post-tour night. (Lunch and dinner are on your own.)

Accommodation: Bilderberg Hotel Jan Luyken, Amsterdam

A charming boutique hotel in a classic mansion in the heart of Amsterdam, it is a short walk from the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum and the stylish shops of the P.C. Hooftstraat area. Guest rooms feature crisp contemporary décor in muted tones. With a breakfast of organic items and artisan breads, for later there is a cozy bar offering light snacks and drinks; also on site is a Wellness center with Jacuzzi and steam room.

Departure

This morning a complimentary small-group transfer is provided to Amsterdam’s Schiphol International Airport based on your departure time.

Add a Tour Extension to Your Flight + Tour Combo
Pre-Tour Extension: Amsterdam

2 nights from only $498*

  • Two nights at the Bilderberg Hotel Jan Luyken†
  • Small-group airport and hotel transfers
  • Two Breakfasts

For those guests reserving our Flight + Tour Combo, you may wish to further extend your time in Holland with an additional two nights in Amsterdam. One of the world’s most fascinating cities, Amsterdam is a perfect city to explore on foot with its myriad streets and squares and network of canals replacing car traffic. In addition to the Van Gogh Museum, 50 other museums are dedicated to art and history. You may choose a canal cruise for a water-level perspective on both vibrant commerce and quieter channels. And, of course, the truly local experience is to rent a bike to ride along the extensive bicycle lanes. This vibrant capital entices with eclectic shopping, concerts and festivals, coffee shops and night life.

Single Supplement: $398

*2016 price is $498 / Single +$248.
†Please note that some hotel city taxes may need to be paid locally.

Flight + Tour Combo Inclusions:

  • Round-trip international airfare (includes airline fuel charges and taxes)
  • Small-group airport and hotel transfers
  • Two nights at the Bilderberg Hotel Jan Luyken in Amsterdam*
  • Two breakfasts
  • 7-day/6-night Holland: Tulips, Windmills & Waterways guided walking tour with on-trip inclusions

*Please note that some hotel city taxes may need to be paid locally.

Tour Extension Available

Amsterdam
2 nights from only $498*

Learn More

Ready to take the next step?

Request A Reservation

OR Call 800.234.6900

Download Full Itinerary
Flight

Overnight Flight from USA to Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Please refer to your air itinerary for your specific flight details.

Arrival

Arrive in Amsterdam, Holland

Upon arrival at Amsterdam’s Schiphol International Airport, a representative holding a Country Walkers sign will meet you as you exit the baggage-claim area. Please note that there may be up to a 45-minute wait if there are other guests arriving within the same time frame. A complimentary small-group transfer will be provided to the Bilderberg Hotel Jan Luyken, approximately 15-minutes away. The remainder of the day is at your leisure (no meals included).

Accommodation: Bilderberg Hotel Jan Luyken, Amsterdam

A charming boutique hotel in a classic mansion in the heart of Amsterdam, it is a short walk from the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum and the stylish shops of the P.C. Hooftstraat area. Guest rooms feature crisp contemporary décor in muted tones. With a breakfast of organic items and artisan breads, for later there is a cozy bar offering light snacks and drinks; also on site is a Wellness center with Jacuzzi and steam room.

Day 1

Join Your Country Walkers Holland: Tulips, Windmills & Waterways tour

Breakfast is included at your hotel. Your guides will meet you at the Bilderberg Hotel Jan Luyken at 9:00 a.m. in the lobby. Your guides will be wearing a Country Walkers shirt. Please be dressed for walking.

Please refer to the Holland: Tulips, Windmills & Waterways (7- day/6-night) itinerary for full tour details.

Experience a blend of nature, art, and architecture at De Hoge Veluwe National Park. The woodlands are home to rare plants, deer, and wild boar, while the cultural highlight is the Kröller-Müller Museum, housing 300 Van Gogh paintings and Europe’s largest sculpture garden. Afterwards, transfer to Utrecht.

Accommodation: Grand Hotel Karel V, Utrecht

Medieval charm and modern luxury come together in this unique 5-star hotel in the historic center of Utrecht. The splendid complex of buildings and magnificent courtyard gardens dates from the 14th century. On-site is the convivial Brasserie Goeie Louisa and wellness center with indoor swimming pool.

Day 2

Keukenhof Tulip Show and Tulip Fields

Bask in the Netherlands’ floral bounty at the annual Keukenhof Tulip Show in Lisse. Wander through Keukenhof’s magnificent landscaped gardens—built on the site of the herb and vegetable garden of the 15th-century Countess of Holland—and view exhibitions showcasing Holland’s flower industry.

Accommodation: Stempels Hotel, Haarlem

In a perfect location in the pedestrian center of Haarlem, this charming hotel occupies the former offices and type foundry of the Royal Joh Enschedé printing press. Fully renovated in 2006, contemporary guestrooms have polished wood floors and neutral tones. On-site are a restaurant and brasserie.

Day 3

Haarlem to Kennemerduinen National Park

This morning, follow Haarlem’s historic brewers’ canal into Kennermerduinen National Park along the North Sea, where you’ll explore Holland’s extensive and unspoiled dunes. Later, enjoy a walking tour of Haarlem with your guides, followed by dinner at an Indonesian restaurant—a testament to Holland’s colonial history.

Accommodation: Stempels Hotel, Haarlem

In a perfect location in the pedestrian center of Haarlem, this charming hotel occupies the former offices and type foundry of the Royal Joh Enschedé printing press. Fully renovated in 2006, contemporary guestrooms have polished wood floors and neutral tones. On-site are a restaurant and brasserie.

Day 5

Historic Utrecht

Discover historic Utrecht on foot, following a path through green Wilhelmina Park and strolling along the winding Kromme Rijn River. After an organic lunch at the Amelisweerd Estate, enjoy independent time to explore Utrecht’s museums, restaurants, and shops.

Accommodation: Grand Hotel Karel V, Utrecht

Medieval charm and modern luxury come together in this unique 5-star hotel in the historic center of Utrecht. The splendid complex of buildings and magnificent courtyard gardens dates from the 14th century. On-site is the convivial Brasserie Goeie Louisa and wellness center with indoor swimming pool.

Day 6

Kinderdijk windmills

Today’s tour of Holland’s classics begins with a walk along canalside trails at the foot of Kinderdijk’s picturesque 18th-century windmills. Afterwards, stroll through quintessential Dutch countryside and cross the Lek River by ferry, passing quaint villages en route to a pancake lunch. This afternoon’s visit to the medieval village of Oudewater is followed by a festive farewell dinner tonight.

Accommodation: Grand Hotel Karel V, Utrecht

Medieval charm and modern luxury come together in this unique 5-star hotel in the historic center of Utrecht. The splendid complex of buildings and magnificent courtyard gardens dates from the 14th century. On-site is the convivial Brasserie Goeie Louisa and wellness center with indoor swimming pool.

Day 7

Departure

After breakfast, transfer to Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport.

Post-Night

Tour Departure in Amsterdam

After saying goodbye to your group in Amsterdam, you’ll transfer to Bilderberg Hotel Jan Luyken for a post-tour night. (Lunch and dinner are on your own.)

Accommodation: Bilderberg Hotel Jan Luyken, Amsterdam

A charming boutique hotel in a classic mansion in the heart of Amsterdam, it is a short walk from the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum and the stylish shops of the P.C. Hooftstraat area. Guest rooms feature crisp contemporary décor in muted tones. With a breakfast of organic items and artisan breads, for later there is a cozy bar offering light snacks and drinks; also on site is a Wellness center with Jacuzzi and steam room.

Departure

This morning a complimentary small-group transfer is provided to Amsterdam’s Schiphol International Airport based on your departure time.

Add a Tour Extension to Your Flight + Tour Combo
Pre-Tour Extension: Amsterdam

2 nights from only $498*

  • Two nights at the Bilderberg Hotel Jan Luyken†
  • Small-group airport and hotel transfers
  • Two Breakfasts

For those guests reserving our Flight + Tour Combo, you may wish to further extend your time in Holland with an additional two nights in Amsterdam. One of the world’s most fascinating cities, Amsterdam is a perfect city to explore on foot with its myriad streets and squares and network of canals replacing car traffic. In addition to the Van Gogh Museum, 50 other museums are dedicated to art and history. You may choose a canal cruise for a water-level perspective on both vibrant commerce and quieter channels. And, of course, the truly local experience is to rent a bike to ride along the extensive bicycle lanes. This vibrant capital entices with eclectic shopping, concerts and festivals, coffee shops and night life.

Single Supplement: $398

*2016 price is $498 / Single +$248.
†Please note that some hotel city taxes may need to be paid locally.

Flight + Tour Combo Inclusions:

  • Round-trip international airfare (includes airline fuel charges and taxes)
  • Small-group airport and hotel transfers
  • Two nights at the Bilderberg Hotel Jan Luyken in Amsterdam*
  • Two breakfasts
  • 7-day/6-night Holland: Tulips, Windmills & Waterways guided walking tour with on-trip inclusions

*Please note that some hotel city taxes may need to be paid locally.

Tour Extension Available

Amsterdam
2 nights from only $498*

Learn More

Ready to take the next step?

Request A Reservation

OR Call 800.234.6900

Dates & Prices

Tour Only

2017 Dates Per person, double occupancy Single Supplement
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Apr 16 - Apr 22 $4,398 $548

Flight + Tour Combo

2017 Dates NEW YORK Change Departure Airport
Flight + Tour Combo
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Flight + Tour Combo
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Single Supplement
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Apr 14 - Apr 23 $5,348
$898

Private Adventure

Make this Tour a Private Adventure

You can transform this itinerary into an exclusive experience for you and your fellow guests. Enjoy all the same walks and inclusions as on our traditional tours, in the company of the same expert guides. Simply gather your friends, choose your preferred departure date, and we’ll take care of the rest.

Learn more about our Private Adventures.

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2017 Dates Number of Travelers
6 - 11 12 - 18 Single Supplement
Apr 1 - Sep 30$4,598$4,398$548

Guides

Guides

Our guides' experience, dedication, and enthusiasm make them ideal ambassadors for your destination. They chart the course, finesse the details, and speak the language (English, as well as the local language). They also possess a truly rare skill, knowing when to let serendipity and inspiration take the lead.

Hennie Vaessen
Hennie Vaessen

A published artist and illustrator, Hennie Vaessen is also passionate about the outdoors, especially walking. Fluent in three languages, and certified to teach English, Hennie runs a small publishing firm with his wife and they recently published a graphic novel trilogy on the Second World War’s Battle of Arnhem in Holland. When not delving into his art, Hennie also enjoys music, movies, T’ai Chi, and discovering new trails.

Marie Christine Ruijs
Marie-Christine Ruijs

Marie-Christine Ruijs is a translator (English, Spanish, and French) and a Dutch teacher. She loves walking in nature in all its seasons and looks forward to introducing guests to her native Holland. In addition to a passion for sailing, that she shares with her husband and sons, she also enjoys cooking, yoga, and reading.

Axel Graff
Axel Graff

With a passion for history and a master’s degree in literary theory (plus a background in philosophy!), Axel Graff will wow you with his knowledge and enthusiasm as he regales you with stories of European history and how it all relates to his native Holland’s story through the ages. Recently elected as president of a local historic society, he has become especially enamored of ancient Rome’s presence in the Netherlands. With most Roman artifacts in museums and few ruins remaining, Axel helps our guests navigate not only the walking trails but the landscape of the imagination thanks to his penchant for storytelling!

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