Dutch Masters, Tulips, Cheese and Windmills2018-06-25T05:24:47+00:00

Cultural Tour to The Netherlands for $2,499.00 USD¹²

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Services Included:

  • Return Flight Economy Class RDU* – AMS
    *or any other USA Intl. Airport (extra fees might apply)
  • 4* Hotel Accommodations in Amsterdam Old Town, and The Hague City Centre (Double Room Occupation)
  • Breakfast included
  • Local Public Transportation in The Netherlands
  • Lunch Concert at the Royal Concertgebouw incl. Guided Tour
  • Entrance to Keukenhof Tulip Garden
  • City Trips with licensed local tour guide in Amsterdam/Haarlem/Leiden/The Hague/Delft
  • Boat Tours in Amsterdam and Kinderdijk
  • Visit Haarlem St. Bavo Cathedral where W.A. Mozart performed
  • Museum Entrance for Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, Mauritshuis, Rembrandt Huis, Van Halsmuseum among many others
  • Travel & Health Insurance
  • Risk Assessment
  • Classix Tours Booking Fee
  • Our custom-made Classix Tours App is free to use, and part of our extensive tour service

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Travel Dates:

Departure: 05/12 2018 from Raleigh Durham Airport (RDU)*
Arrival: 05/13 2018 at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (AMS)

Return: 05/19 2018 from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (AMS)*
Arrival: 05/19 2018 at Raleigh/Durham Airport (RDU)
*or any other USA Intl. Airport with United Airlines, American, Lufthansa or Delta Airlines


Sunday 05/13 – Wednesday 05/16 (****Hotel in Amsterdam City Centre incl. Breakfast)

Sunday 05/13 (Daytrip)
Keukenhof, also known as the Garden of Europe, is one of the world’s largest flower gardens, and is situated in Lisse, Netherlands. Holland is the place to go to be inspired by beautiful flowers. Visit Keukenhof, with over 7 million flower bulbs, the flower parades, the floating flower market in Amsterdam, or take a walk through the beautiful flower bulb fields.

Monday 05/14
Amsterdam is the Netherlands’ capital, known for its artistic heritage, elaborate canal system and narrow houses with gabled facades, legacies of the city’s 17th-century Golden Age. Its Museum District houses the Van Gogh Museum, works by Rembrandt and Vermeer at the Rijksmuseum, and modern art at the Stedelijk. Home to the world-famous Concertgebouw, a must-see when visiting the Netherlands!

Tuesday 05/15 (Daytrip)
Haarlem with its many historic buildings and beautiful old squares lies near the beach on the banks of the Spaarne river. It is wonderful to stroll through the narrow streets lined by the monumental buildings built by master Lieven de Key. Visit extraordinary museums, such as the Frans Hals Museum or Teylers Museum, and explore its countless cafés and restaurants. Haarlem is called the most Flemish city of the north with reason!
Leiden’s inner city is an attraction all by itself. With as many as 88 canals lined by hundreds of gentlemen’s houses, national monuments and churches, it is a unique and fascinating spectacle. Little has changed in the charming inner city of Leiden since Rembrandt strolled through these streets in the Golden Age.

Wednesday 05/16 – Saturday 05/19 (****Hotel in The Hague City Centre incl. Breakfast)

Wednesday 05/16
Den Haag / The Hague is one of the most extraordinary cities in Holland. Not just because it is our government city, but also because of its many monuments, historic districts and its location near the beautiful North Sea coastline. The Hague is also known as ‘the Royal City by the Sea’ and is called ‘the residence city’. The Mauritshuis Museum boasts works from the leading masters from 17th and 18th century Netherlands and Flanders. Examples are Girl with the Pearl Earring by Vermeer, The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp by Rembrandt, and The Goldfinch by Fabritius. You can also admire works by Rubens, Jan Steen and Frans Hals.

Thursday 05/17 (Daytrip)
Delft enjoys a worldwide reputation due to its connection with Johannes Vermeer, Delft Blue earthenware and the Royal House. Relive its glorious past as you wander along canals, churches, mansions and courtyards. This university town also offers canal tours, museums, markets and many pubs.
Go along on a boat ride past the world-famous and quintessentially Dutch windmills of Kinderdijk and debark for a visit to the authentic, still functional Museum Windmill Nederwaard.

Friday 05/18 (Daytrip)
The ultimate symbol of the city of Utrecht is its 112-meter-high Dom Tower. Climb the 465 steps and enjoy the magnificent views! Museum Speelklok has a spectacular collection musical clocks and organs. The colorful flower market is held every Saturday on ‘Janskerkhof’.

Saturday 05/19 Departure

¹This price is incl. taxes & fees and is based on Double Room occupation. Single Room surcharge is: $250.00 USD with a total price of $2,749.00 USD
²Payment information will be sent after you registered. $1,249.50 USD is due after registration. The final amount is due on April 1st $1,249.50 USD (Double Room) or $1,499.50 USD (Single Room)
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