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T o u r c r a f t e r s


HOLLAND • Amsterdam E


A sample of our Hotels many more availbale on request


Sofitel Amsterdam The Grand ***** lux Park Plaza Victoria Amsterdam **** sup Amsterdam De Roode Leeuw **** Swissotel Amsterdam ****


DoubleTree by Hilton Amsterdam Centraal Station **** Inntel Hotels Amsterdam Centre **** Delta Hotel *** WestCord City Centre Hotel Amsterdam ***


Sighseeing Tours


• Amsterdam city walking tour. • Amsterdam Guided Tour. • City Sightseeing Amsterdam Hop-on Hop-off by Bus and Boat FOOD TOURS.


• Amsterdam guided tour and canal cruise. • Citytour and Volendam, Marken and Windmills. • Heineken brewery and Amsterdam canal cruise • Bruges tour from Amsterdam. • Charm of Holland - Volendam, Marken, Edam and Windmills.


• Marken, Volendam and Windmills.


Private Transfers by car or boat


for FIT and Groups 126 www.tourcrafters.com


Amsterdam & Netherlands Exploration 6 Days/5 Nights


Day 1: ARRIVAL AMSTERDAM. Transfer to downtown for an orientation Amsterdam city This tour is perfect to learn more about Amsterdam in a fast way. Stops will be made at: Dam Square, Museum Square, Leidse Square, skinny bridge, royal palace, Riekermolen (windmill), Jordaan (trendy neighborhood), the canals and a lot more. Check in to your hotel. Afternoon free. Overnight. Day 2: AMSTERDAM, EXCURSION TO THE HAGUE AND KINDERDIJK. Driver and guide will meet the guests at their hotel and proceed to visit The Hague. The guests will visit Binnenhof, Peace palace, boulevard of Scheveningen and the historical city center. Afterwards, we head to Kinderdijk famous for its windmills surrounded by water. Return to Amsterdam. Day 3: AMSTERDAM, EXCURSION TO VOLENDAM AND ZAANSE SCHANS. Half day touring to Zaanse Schans and Volendam. Zaanse Schans area is famous for its windmills. They will also visit one of the windmills - Paint Mill De Kat. Volendam is a famous his- torical fishing-village. You will visit “de dijk” and the authentic houses. Day 4: AMSTERDAM, EXCURSION TO Aalsmeer - Flower Auction. Clients will be met at their hotel by guide and driver at 06.45 am and then go to and visit the flower auction in Aalsmeer to experience the hustle and bustle of the auction floor, watch traders bidding against the clock and be amazed at the quantity of beautiful flowers traded daily from more than ten countries. Day 5: AMSTERDAM. Opportunity to explore Rijksmuseum AND/OR van Gogh Museum. Experience Amsterdam's traditional pub culture with a local this evening! Beyond the breweries and coffee shops that Amsterdam is known for. There are many charming pubs tucked in the corners of the historic city center. You will visit 1 or 2 local pubs and have a drink at each pub. After the walking tour your guide will escort you to the restaurant Grand Café 1884 and leave you there to enjoy a 3 course dinner. Day 6: DEPARTURE AMESTERDAM. Breakfast. Departure transfer to Amsterdam airport.


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