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Amsterdam & The Dutch Bulbfields

  • Duration: 4 days
  • Board Basis: Mixed Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TNEW99849

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Air

3 nights. March 2025 - May 2025. From £925.00.

Holland's springtime colours

Enjoy the best of Holland’s springtime colours and scents on this tremendous value break, taking in vibrant Dutch capital Amsterdam and the country's political epicentre, The Hauge. Visit one of the world’s most famous flower gardens – the magnificent Keukenhof. This wonderful springtime break also includes the chance to spend time in the delightful Dutch capital, Amsterdam, with its canals, cobblestones, museums, bars and cafés. Also included are visits to the picturesque villages of the reclaimed Zuiderzee and the Netherlands' third city, The Hauge, home to the nation's parliament.  An included canal cruise around Amsterdam – one of the best ways to see the city's sights – will be just one of the highlights of your trip, while a day spent at world-renowned Keukenhof, where millions of flowers carpet the ground in a breathtaking horticultural display that attracts visitors from around the world, promises extraordinary sights which must be seen to be believed! Complete the fun-filled few days with visits to the delightful villages of the windmill-dotted landscape surrounding the reclaimed Zuiderzee, including fishing port Volendam and Zaanse Schans, with its traditional clog makers, and finally take in The Hague, a famed international hub on the Dutch west-coast.  This popular tour is selling fast! Alternatively, for a convenient and comfortable journey, consider our Eurostar option, providing a seamless and scenic ride to this picturesque destination. 

What's Included

Three nights' bed and breakfast accommodation at the four-star Inntel Hotels Rotterdam Centre
A canal cruise
Tour to gardens at Keukenhof
Visit to The Hague
Visit to the villages of the Zuider Zee
Return flights to Amsterdam
Coach travel and transfers throughout
Fully escorted by a friendly, experienced tour manager

Holiday Highlights

Spend a day at Keukenhof flower garden
Explore Amsterdam on a canal cruise
Discover the Zuider Zee fishing villages of Volendam and Zaanse Schans
Taste original Edam cheese
Visit The Hague, a city known for its historical significance and cultural attractions
PRICE FROM ? £925 per person
Plan My Trip


Day 1

Fly to Amsterdam, meet your tour manager and take a leisurely stroll into the heart of the colourful Dutch capital.  Set out on an included canal cruise - which is sure to be a highlight of your visit - before enjoying a small amount of free time exploring the cobblestone streets and winding canals of this exciting city. Why not discover one of Amsterdam's world-class museums or watch the world go by as you sip a coffee from one of its numerous cafés? In the afternoon, continue to central Rotterdam and your hotel.

Day 2

A wonderful day awaits you today. After breakfast at your hotel, you'll board the coach to begin the journey to the gardens at Keukenhof. Here some seven million flowers carpet the ground in a breath-taking horticultural display that attracts visitors from around the world each year. Wander the pathways that meander through this floral paradise, perhaps stopping in one of the gardens’ restaurants and cafes for lunch. You can even take an optional canal boat ride (payable locally) along the waterways that thread their way through the stunning gardens before returning to your hotel for dinner this evening.

Day 3

The delightful villages of Holland's windmill-dotted landscape and the reclaimed Zuider Zee form the background to this morning’s tour. Stroll the pretty streets of the historic fishing village of Volendam – once trodden by the likes of Picasso and Renoir – and catch a glimpse of Dutch life through the ages in its preserved traditional houses. You’ll also enjoy behind-the-scenes insights into one of Holland’s most celebrated crafts as we head to Zaandam and its famous windmills to watch a wooden shoemaking demonstration at Zaanse Schans in Zaandam. Later this afternoon you’ll return to your hotel to relax, freshen up and have dinner in the surrounding area. 

Day 4

After a leisurely breakfast, you’ll depart your hotel and travel a short distance to The Hague, a northern coastal city and the country’s administrative and political centre. As it’s home to an assortment of historical buildings and museums, as well as a charming old town and beautiful beaches, there’s no shortage of things to see and do. Following time in the historical centre there will be time to enjoy the beach with its famous pier and selection of restaurants and shops. Later in the day, you’ll return to Rotterdam’s Centraal Station to catch the evening Eurostar back to London (the journey time is around three hours and 20 minutes).  Back to top

Further Information

Hotel transfer times

The transfer time from Amsterdam to your hotel is approximately one hour, as is the journey from The Hauge to Rotterdam Central Station.

Room tax

There is a local Rotterdam city tax of approx €10 per room per night payable locally that will need to be paid for directly to the hotel. This is subject to change.

Special requirements

If you have notified us of any special requirements, please check that they have been noted and acknowledged. This is especially important with any dietary needs you may have.

Disabled access

The majority of our tours involve a certain amount of walking, including a short walk from the coach stop to the town, attraction or venue you're visiting. If you are bringing a wheelchair, please let us know at the time of booking so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

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Travelling to Europe

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