World Harbour CityStoryRoute in Rotterdam
Strolling alongside the Maas river. By water taxi to the SS Rotterdam. Possibly with the Spido through the harbour. Please take your time. Because there is a lot to see in Rotterdam.
Isle of MarkenGuideRoute in Marken
Marken is not really an island anymore, but once you are there it is easy to imagine that you are still on an island! An island with atmosphere, small alleys, beautiful wooden houses, a pretty harbour and a very rich history. Walk along with the guide and discover Marken.
A Walk with RembrandtGuideRoute in Amsterdam
Discover the Amsterdam of Rembrandt. The painter who saw the light, but also had a very naughty side. 11 Highlights from the life of the most famous painter of The Golden Age. A 4.5 km walk.
More than a Cheese CityGuideRoute in Gouda
A walk through the old city centre of Gouda. Visit the cheese market, discover the old crafts and have a taste of the rich history of the typical Old Dutch City.
The Golden AgeGuideRoute in Amsterdam
Imagine yourself in historical Amsterdam during the 17th Century; the Golden Age. The walk takes you over the canals, past 13 highlights from this age of wealth and prosperity.
Zaanse SchansGuideRoute in Zaandijk
Visit the Zaanse Schans and discover how beautiful Holland is. Admire the impressive windmills. Experience the history of a hard-working and enterprising people. See the wealth of crafts and activities. Discover how many different types of windmills there are. A 3 km walk with 14 fascinating stories.
Fishing Town VolendamGuideRoute in Volendam
For centuries Volendam has been the fishing town of North-Holland. Not surprisingly. Volendam is atmospheric, lively and has a rich tradition. Get to know the Volendam Fishing Boat Fleet, enjoy the Doolhof (Labyrinth) with its numerous picturesque cottages and eat fish in the harbour.
Windmills of KinderdijkGuideRoute in Kinderdijk
The windmills of Kinderdijk are world famous. That is why they are on the World Heritage List of UNESCO! This interactive walking route answers many questions. Why are there so many windmills? How do windmills work? What was it like for people who lived here 100 years ago? Discover the secrets of Kinderdijk. Have a lovely walk, delve into the past and take in the wonderful expansive landscape.
The Delft of VermeerGuideRoute in Delft
Visit the home city of painter Johannes Vermeer. Walk with him through the Golden Age. And see a city with an eventful history. The riches. The disasters. The death of the father of the Fatherland, William of Orange. The arrival of typical Delft pottery. A 4.6 km walk with 19 highlights. Listen to the carillon, a course on cleaning herring and various videos.
The Hoge VeluweGuideRoute Otterlo
The National Park The Hoge Veluwe is the largest actively managed nature reserve in private ownership in the Netherlands. It is comprised of 5,400 hectares of woodland, heathland, fens and drift sand. There is a large variety of landscapes. Together with the Jachthuis (Hunting Lodge) Sint Hubertus, the Bezoekerscentrum (Visitors Centre) Museonder, the Kröller-Müller Museum and the sculpture garden, the park forms a unique and (inter)nationally famous combination of nature, art and architecture.