Tour di mezza giornata di Zaanse Schans per piccoli gruppi in partenza da Amsterdam
Oltre a un caseificio e ad alcune botteghe artigiane tradizionali, visita un produttore di zoccoli e assisti alla realizzazione delle tradizionali scarpe in legno olandesi. Ultimo ma non meno importante, visiterai anche un mulino industriale (tariffa d'ingresso inclusa nel biglietto). Sperimenta la potenza di questi mulini a vento, che sono delle vere e proprie fabbriche in miniatura.
Potrai trascorrere mezza giornata fuori da Amsterdam ad ammirare la campagna olandese. Al termine del tour di Zaanse Schans, la guida ti riporterà ad Amsterdam.
- Guida locale
- Trasferimento condiviso andata e ritorno
- Ingresso - Zaanse Schans
- Cibo e bevande
- Ritiro e consegna dell'hotel
- Riceverai una conferma al momento della prenotazione
- Funziona in tutte le condizioni atmosferiche, si prega di vestirsi in modo appropriato
- Poiché i posti in questo tour sono limitati, tutti i viaggiatori dovrebbero avere un biglietto
- Questo tour contiene una moderata quantità di camminata
- Non accessibile in sedia a rotelle
- Accessibile ai passeggini
- Animali di servizio ammessi
- Vicino ai trasporti pubblici
- Partecipazione consentita alla maggior parte dei viaggiatori
This tour was perfect - from the village and its educational activities (clog, gouda and choolate making!), our tour guide and the timing! The village is lovely - with its windmills (where we can go into one!), charming houses and boutiques (where you can try lots of gouda cheese!!) - it makes for a lovely walk! Our tour guide, 'Ray', was excellent - she was very knowledgeable, interesting and friendly. The tour went from 10 to 1:30 which gives sufficient time to visit most of the village at a nice pace... and it leaves you a great part of the day to continue visiting Amsterdam. It is a really nice place to visit! It is only 30 minutes from Amsterdam. You may even considering going back another time to stay in the area (there are beds and breakfasts and restaurants right in the village) - would make for a nice getaway! Great excursion - very glad I did it!
Took this tour on a whim I could see a little of the countryside outside of Amsterdam. The destination itself was interesting but our guide..not so much. We had to park on the other side of the river and cross the bridge and it was really cold and windy.. Could not understand that. When we were done with the tour we were to be picked up by a taxi our guide kept on saying he is 5 minutes away which turned to 20-30 minutes. Did I mention it was cold?: Told guide had new shoes and they were hurting my feet. His answer was "Look we cannot hire a car to drive you in the Saanse Schans sidewalks". Of course I knew that but he was just plain rude. My suggestion to anyone that would like to take this tour especially with this guide....DON'T!!
We had a person in our group who was unable to walk the whole tour so when it was time to depart our guide brought the van over the bridge so that she wouldn't have to walk any further. He did an excellent job narrating the sights we saw going to Zaanse Schans and explaining different parts of the tour. I would refer this tour to friends who might be traveling to Amsterdam.
Our tour guide was so excellent. She picked us up right on time. She even gave us a Filipino version of the windmill info sheet. She was very informative about the place.
The trip was awesome. We had enough time to see all the attractions. Our guide, Colin is awesome. the size of the group was just perfect. will definitely recommend this to my friends.
Esther was a fabulous tour guide - having grown up in a windmill, she was able to give us details and information we wouldn't have learned otherwise! She even showed pictures! I will say she moves fast through the tour so be prepared to move quickly! Zaanse Schans is a VERY cool town but also VERY busy (lots of tour groups and visitors)!!! It was awesome to see inside the windmill, see how clogs were made, cheese was made (and sampling 28 different kinds of cheese!) and having some time to explore on our own. Definitely worth the trip!
What makes these tours go from very good to excellent is always the quality of the guide. In this case our guide Callum was wonderful and made this trip on a very chilly day very very enjoyable
This was a great short trip into the history of the Netherlands. Tour leader was pleasant and willing to provide additional information as asked. Overall well worth it.
It was so nice to a city dedicated to Dutch culture and tradition. It is a short drive (20 minutes) from Amsterdam but you feel like you’ve entered a completely different part of The Netherlands. Our guide was a local from the area and was able to answer all our questions. Being that it was December, it was quite cold but still enjoyable. If you have time, make the trip to see Zaanse Schans!
We had very little time outside of our schedule and so glad we took the advice of our friends and booked this tour, in spite of the tight schedule. It was a most enjoyable half day tour. Our guide Paul was exceptional. He is a young college student, polite, courteous, friendly and just a wonderful person to spend time with. He grew up in that town and knows the area intimately. Just the right amount of time and information at each of the highlights. We learnt so much about the history of the area, how the 'mills affected the birth of the Dutch economy and eventual rise including the not so palatable dark side of history, cheese making demo, clog making demo.. inside tour of a working windmill and much more. Extremely well planned and executed plan. Highly recommended.
What a fantastic, immersive tour! We had so much fun, and highly recommend this tour! YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED!
Very good tour. Very informative and not to long or to short. Learned about the history of the Netherlands, clogs, etc. Worth the time and money.