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Our most recommended Gelderland Walking Tours

Small Group Tour to Kröller Müller and the Hoge Veluwe

1. Small Group Tour to Kröller Müller and the Hoge Veluwe

Meet your guide and driver before taking a comfortable, air-conditioned luxurious minivan to your destination in about 75 minutes. Sit back, relax and enjoy the views of the Dutch flat landscape before you arrive in the national park: the Hoge Veluwe. The Kröller-Müller Museum houses the second-largest Van Gogh collection in the world: almost 90 paintings and over 180 drawings. Furthermore you will find masterpieces by modern masters such as Claude Monet, Georges Seurat, Pablo Picasso and Piet Mondriaan. There are also often remarkable temporary exhibitions. In the sculpture garden, one of the largest in Europe, you can enjoy both sculptures and the beautiful nature of the National Park. Distributed throughout the garden are over 160 sculptures by iconic artists, from Auguste Rodin to Henry Moore. At arrival in Kröller Müller, your personal guide will take you for a short orientation tour of the museum before enjoying some free time to explore the museum at your own pace. Next you have a choice of activities that you may wish to do: •  Enjoy a bike ride. Cycling is the ideal way to explore the park, especially since you can make free use of the famous white bicycles. On your way you will encounter all of the landscapes the park has to offer: from deciduous, coniferous, and mixed forests to wet and dry heaths, and shifting sand. •  Have your guide/driver take you for a scenic ride through the park The choice is yours! At the end of the day you will be transferred back to Amsterdam.

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Nijmegen: 2-Hour Tour of the Oldest City in the Netherlands

2. Nijmegen: 2-Hour Tour of the Oldest City in the Netherlands

Your morning or afternoon in Nijmegen will start at your hotel or if you travel to Nijmegen from elsewhere at the train station. Set off in a relaxing pace to make sure you really get to see, feel and learn all about this town. Discover the rich history of the Netherland's first settlement. Nijmegen is now the country's 10th largest city, but dates back to the Bronze Age when the Romans built a military camp, known then as Ulpia Noviamagus Batavorum. During this walking tour you will visit the ancient Roman walls and other dilapidated relics of the era. Other monuments to see are the powder tower, the public weighing house, the old town hall and Radboud University, named after the Dutch patron saint of Catholic science, Bishop Radboud. At the end of the tour you will go to the Stevens Church. Construction of the church started halfway the 13th century. In 1273 the church was consecrated by Albert Magnus, the Bishop of Cologne. On the third week of July, visitors will witness the city's most important event: people from all over the world partake in the planet's largest march with 40,000 participants covering 30-50 kilometers daily. To be sure, this is a sight not to be missed.

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Discover Holland's Best City: Walking Tour of Arnhem

3. Discover Holland's Best City: Walking Tour of Arnhem

Your morning or afternoon in Arnhem will start at your hotel, river cruise ship or, if you travel to Arnhem from elsewhere, at the train station. Set off at a relaxing pace to make sure you really get to see, feel and learn all about this town. The city has a rich and fascinating history that is perfect for exploring on this walking tour of Arnhem. As the famed site of World War II battles, Market Garden operation in particular, the city of Arnhem has commemorated the lives lost during the war with the John Frost Bridge, the city's most important bridge stretching over the Rhine river. Pay your respects at the famous bridge, and then head over to the city's highest landmark, the Eusebius Church. Take the panorama lift to the church's tower, reaching as high as 76 meters, and take in the spectacular views of the city and the surrounding region from the top (not included). Wrap up the walking tour at the Duivelshuis (or The House of the Devil) and visit the unique cellars under the city's shopping streets which offer a fascinating glimpse into the medieval life that once was Arnhem.

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The Netherlands: WW2 Private Day Trip

4. The Netherlands: WW2 Private Day Trip

Get picked up at your hotel by a professional guide who will drive you around and teach you all about how the Second World War unfolded in the Netherlands. First, discover the most important sites relating to the Second World War in Rotterdam. This historic yet modern city has many relevant monuments and buildings that survived the bombings, including the Rotterdam White House, its City Hall, the Laurens Church, and Delfshaven - a charming historical neighbourhood which retains its 17th-century buildings. Then, head over to Arnhem where the famous battle of Arnhem took place. Visit the Arnhem Oosterbeek Cemetery, the John Frost Bridge and its surroundings, and find out all about Operation Market Garden and why the battle turned out differently to planned. Historians continue to debate the reason behind the Market Gardens failure but the bravery of the soldiers has never been questioned. In Arnhem you can also take a break to eat or drink somewhere (at own expense). Since this is a private tour everything is very flexible. After the tour, the guide will drive you back to your hotel.

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What people are saying about Gelderland

Overall rating

3.8 / 5

based on 4 reviews

interesting shame about the short time

Interesting visit, the museum is full of works of modern and contemporary art including beautiful paintings by van Gogh, Redon, Seraut etc. The only organized tour found for this museum from Amsterdam was a valid alternative to having to organize the trips by yourself for a rather isolated and if not self-driving park, difficult and uncomfortable to reach. During the trip the very nice and professional driver gave us useful information about Amsterdam and the Dutch in general, in English. The only drawback of the experience: time. Arriving at around 3.15pm the museum closed at 5pm, return time. Too little time to be able to see the park too.

Excellent visit; caring driver; perfect organization.

Very good A note: The requested presence time (8:15 am) for the departure made us arrive too early because the minibus did not arrive until 9:00 am (unpleasant wait in the fridge!)