Explore 3 of the most interesting cities in The Netherlands on an 8-hour private tour from Amsterdam. Go to the large port town of Rotterdam, wander the medieval canal-lined streets of Delft, and discover the Old Rhine university town of Leiden.
What to Expect
Escape the hustle and bustle of Amsterdam on a full-day private tour to Rotterdam, Delft and Leiden.
Transfer by private vehicle to the busy port town of Rotterdam, and learn more about its maritime history as you discover contemporary buildings of strange and capricious forms. See the highlights of the historical city center before crossing the Erasmus Bridge to the modern area on the banks of the Maas River.
See the sculpture by Ossip Zadkine of the Verwoeste Stad (“Devastated City”), built in remembrance of the bombing of Rotterdam during World War II. Pass the innovative Cube Houses housing project, and see one of the few buildings to survive the war at the "Witte Huis." Enjoy the best views from the riverbank, and go to the former headquarters of the Holland America Line at the Hotel New York. Ascend to the city’s highest point at the Euromast, and enjoy some of the best aerial views of Rotterdam.
Next, transfer to the enchanting city of Delft, founded in the 11th century, and expanded in the 15th century when a canal was dug beside the “Delf.” Look at the handsome architecture from the “Golden Age,” and follow in the footsteps of Vermeer, who was born, lived and worked in the city.
End your day trip in the Old Rhine university city of Leiden, and learn its history back to Roman times. Discover how the population grew due to its location on a branch of the Rhine River, and how it continues to thrive as a major center of trade.
- Transportation by private vehicle
- Native Spanish-speaking guide
Cancel up to 1 day in advance for a full refund
Know Before You Go
• After 6.00 pm, the tour operator does not accept reservations for the following day
• The tour can take place in English upon request. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm the language of the tour