Welcome to Utrecht Province


And this is no mere city-state. By bike you can explore evocative castles such as the splendid Kasteel de Haar on Utrecht's doorstep. To the east stretches the Randstad's largest park, the Utrechtse Heuvelrug, studded with more magnificent estates. Amersfoort, birthplace of abstract artist Piet Mondrian, is a major city in its own right, the centre radiating plenty of medieval character.


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$18.27 Cultural & Theme Tours

Amsterdam Red Light District 2-Hour Walking Tour

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productPass By: Red Light District, Amsterdam, North Holland ProvinceJoin an experienced guide who will steer you through the diverse life along the streets of the Red Light District on a 2-hour guided tour, and see what Amsterdam's oldest and most controversial neighborhood has to offer. From coffee shops to sex theaters and fetish stores, find out the realities and fictions of this storied district. Your expert guide won't just show you the Red Light District--they will tell you the stories that make this one of the most interesting and popular attractions in Europe. If you're traveling alone, this tour might be the best way to see this famous part of Amsterdam!On this 2-hour tour you'll see: • The Condomerie • The Old Church • Warmoestraat: leather neighborhood • S&M Specialist • Sex Shop • Video Cabins • Elite Streets • The Prostitution Information Center • Hidden sculptures...and more

$14.56 Sightseeing Tickets & Passes

Royal Delft Entrance Ticket

Visit: Royal Delft - Koninklijke Porceleyne Fles, Delft, South Holland ProvinceFrom the approximately 32 potteries that were founded in the 17th Century, Royal Delft, established in 1653, is the only remaining Delftware factory left in Delft. It is a national heritage and a must-see when visiting Holland! Here, the renowned Royal Delftware is still entirely hand painted according to centuries-old tradition. In 1919 the company was awarded the prefix ‘Royal’ confi rming its special relationship with the Dutch Royal family. For generations the Dutch Royal family have been true admirers of Royal Delftware. Nowadays Royal Delft is not only a factory for Delft Blue and a knowledge institute for ceramics, but also a museum. When visiting Royal Delft you discover the complete history and the production process of Delft Blue and Royal Delft in an audiovisual presentation. You witness a painter at work and are introduced to the other two icons of Delft in the themed chambers: the dining room of Johannes Vermeer, the famous 17th century painter from Delft and the Royal Chambers containing the collection of Orange Ceramics that has been produced over the centuries for the Dutch Royal family. In the museum, you can admire the collection of antique and modern pieces of Delft Blue earthenware and in the factory you can witness the authentic production process. In the showroom a comprehensive collection of hand painted earthenware by Royal Delft and a collection of souvenirs is on show. Royal Delft offers workshops during which you can try your hand at painting Delft Blue. Overlooking the beautiful courtyard the Brasserie serves delicious coffee, tea, lunches and High Teas. Tours are available in various languages.

$11.41 Cultural & Theme Tours

Monster of Utrecht Quest: Real-World City Exploration Game

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productPass By: Dom Tower, UtrechtThe pride of Utrecht.Pass By: Centraal Museum, UtrechtBreathtaking art, history and design.Pass By: Geertekerk, UtrechtIconic church in the heart of Utrecht.

$142.72 Day Trips & Excursions

Historical fisherman villages

The tour starts at Zaanse Schans, an open air museum with historical houses and windmills, collected in the province North-Holland. Walk around in this lovely village and enjoy the fotogenic spots and the original buildings and handicrafts. Learn how we make cheese and wooden shoes. Don't forget to make pictures. We continue with a visit to Edam, an old village with a public cheese balance for the famous Edammer cheese. Walk through the lovely old center and enjoy a snack or a lunch. In the afternoon we go to Volendam, an old fishermans village on the top of the dike from the IJsselmeer. Walk around, resist all the souvenirs, enjoy all these international tourists and arrange a picture from yourself in the famous Volendam costume. Take the boat to the island Marken and get an impression of the way of living in earlier days. Notice the remarkable traditional costumes ans the green houses, only to be seen in the province North-Holland. In Marken the car is waiting for you to bring you back to your hotel.

$67.36 Day Trips & Excursions

The Ultimate Tulip Experience

• Departure from Amsterdam, de Ruijterkade 5, opposite of the Chamber of Commerce building at 12.30 pm (close to Amsterdam Central train station) • Stop #1 - Visit to a sustainable 'high-tech' tulip growing company. You will get to know all ins and outs about how modern day tulip farmers grow their bulbs and flowers. You will see and smell hundreds of thousands colourful flowers during the whole tour. • Stop #2 - Selfie time!! Depending on the time available this might be more than just one photostop. Be amazed by the views of the most 'stunning flower fields'.  • Stop #3 - Top of the bill, a visit to Keukenhof Gardens, Europe's most beautiful spring garden (entrance fee included). No introduction needed. Skip the lines and walk around in flower paradise. Enjoy a relaxing lunchbreak in one of the restaurants in Keukenhof (not included in the tour price) and just enjoy the beauty of the most colourful flower gardens you have ever seen. • Return back in Amsterdam, de Ruijterkade 5, opposite of the Chamber of Commerce building at approximately 6.00 PM

$25.37 Tours & Sightseeing

Experience Dutch nature on bicycle

We start our day at the train station of Nijkerk. We get to know each other and take our bicycles into town. There we'll have a typical Dutch snack, which we will choose depending on the season and your preference. We head of into the 'polder', our first destination. This area is below sea level, and very flat! There is a beautiful river full with birds, and you will have plenty of photo opportunities. From there we head of into the authentic Dutch farmlands, exploring a variety of small roads leading into the forest and the countryside. We come to our senses here and relax, until we head of the beaten track again to explore a beautiful forest, right next to our farm. When we arrive at our farm we'll have a cup of coffee or tea, and you'll get a ride back to the starting point.