Holland | Highlights of Holland Itinerary
(Host City: Amsterdam, Netherlands (AMS))
Day 1: Keukenhof/Zandvoort
Day 2: Lisse/Kaag/Oud Wetering/Woubrugge/Leiden
Day 3: Katwijk/Wassenaar/The Hague/Scheveningen
Day 4: Aalsmeer/Amsterdam
Quotes From the Field
“You won’t believe Leo van den Ende’s tulip painting in Voorhout – it’s the largest panorama painting in the world at 63 meters long and four meters high. It took him 6,000 hours to complete, and includes over a million tulips!”
Tom Litjens, Guide
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- Pedal a watery wonderland of canals, lakes and windmills in Lisse before hopping the ferry to the quaint island village of Kaag
- Dig your toes into soft sand on the beach in Scheveningen
- Marvel at the artwork of the Dutch Masters, including Mesdag’s 19th century 400-foot-long Scheveningen cityscape and Leo van den Ende’s panorama featuring over a million tulips
- In the Springtime, pedal alongside meadows blanketed in tulips, hyacinth and daffodils – a tapestry of coral, pink, purple and yellow as fragrant as it is colorful – and explore the magnificent gardens and flower fields of the Keukenhof
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4 days/3 nightsNights 1-3: Golden Tulip Hotel Noordwijk Beach
Situated on the boulevard and the beach in the city center, the hotel has comfortable rooms with views of the land or the sea. The restaurant, terrace, bar, relaxation center with swimming pool/Jacuzzi/hydro-massage, sauna, solarium, and steam cabin provides guests with a pleasant and unforgettable stay.
A few more reasons why you've gotta go…
1. The flowers: In the spring time, Amsterdam’s meadows are blanketed in colorful and fragrant tulips, hyacinth and daffodils.
2. The canals: The beautifully illuminated canals are Amsterdam’s signature and arguably its most beautiful feature.
3. The Rembrandts: Admire the work of one of the greatest painters and print-makers in European art history and the most important in Dutch history.
4. The nine streets: One of the city's most popular shopping areas. Find designer fashion boutiques, art galleries, jewelers, gift shops, specialist businesses and plenty of great bars, cafes and restaurants.
Dan Austin's Holland Travel Journal