Delft and the Royal Blue factory
Delft is a small town outside of Rotterdam and known for its historic town center with canals and pottery. You will arrive by bus transfer and enjoy a tour of the Royal Delft, which is the last remaining earthenware factory from the 17th century. Here the renowned Delft Blue is still entirely hand painted according to centuries-old tradition. At the Royal Delft Experience, you will discover the complete history and production process. You will also enjoy a typical Dutch lunch.
|Cost:||EUR 82 per person (incl. transfer, guide, entry fees, lunch)|
|Date:||Thursday, 26 April from 11.00–16.00h
Saturday, 28 April from 10.00–15.00h
Rotterdam by Boat
A chartered boat is waiting for you at the landing point next to the maritime museum. Once all guests are on board the special boat trip through
Rotterdam and Europe‘s biggest commercial seaport starts. An expert guide will inform you about all interesting sights. Unlimited drinks and lunch
will be served.
|Cost:||EUR 84 per person (chartered boat, guide, lunch and drinks)|
|Date:||Friday, 27 April from 11.30–13.30h|
|Participants:||min. 20/max. 45|
Rotterdam Holland-Style – on a Bike
On this tour, you will pass by the old Delfshaven, the SS Rotterdam, Hotel New York and The Euromast. The city is even more enjoyable by bike!
Our guides will tell you facts about the many buildings and locations. During the bike tour, you will also enjoy a ride on the fast watertaxi and at the end you get to enjoy a delicious drink at restaurant Prachtig.
|Cost:||EUR 48 per person (incl. bike rental, guide, drink)|
|Date:||Thursday, 26 April from 15.00–17.00h
Saturday, 28 April from 13.30–15.30h
Rotterdam is known as the architectural capital of the Netherlands. The Cube Houses, Sonneveld House and the Rotterdam Kunsthal are some of the
architectural highlights. This is a walking tour and architecture guides will tell you facts about the many buildings. You will see the Market Hall and visit the unique cubic houses. The tour will end with some typical Dutch snacks in the Market Hall.
|Cost:||EUR 56 per person (guided walking tour, entry fees, snack)|
|Date:||Saturday, 28 April from 09.00–12.00h|