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From Nijmegen: E-Step Electric Scooter Guided Tour of Region

1. From Nijmegen: E-Step Electric Scooter Guided Tour of Region

Hop on an E-Step electronic scooter and experience the Netherlands's oldest city in a unique and fun way. See all the sights of Nijmegen and some of its surrounding areas as you explore the charming Dutch landscape with your guide. Immerse yourself in a landscape of polders and windmills in a relaxing and green way. Drive along small towns, along the De Waal river, and discover the old city center. Admire the green polder landscape of cheese farms, windmills, historical villages, and towns. Select a route that passes over the bridges of Nijmegen and its old town, including a visit to the towns of Lent and Bemmel. Alternatively, pick a route with more nature that passes through the Ooijpolder and has the chance to see typical small villages like Kekerdom and Leuth. Take part in a guided ride that is completely electrically powered and where all you have to do is push the button to start. Enjoy a smooth ride courtesy of the E-Step's famous huge tyes, ensuring you glide across the landscape in a relaxing way.

Otterlo: De Hoge Veluwe National Park Entry & E-bike

2. Otterlo: De Hoge Veluwe National Park Entry & E-bike

Cycle around National Park De Hoge Veluwe effortlessly with an electric bike rental. Take in the stunning landscape, cycle through mixed forests, and appreciate the wildlife in the area. Discover all the highlights of De Hoge Veluwe by yourself! Bike along wet and dry heaths and past Sint Hubertus, a hunting lodge and garden from the 1900s designed by the architect Hendrik Berlage. Enjoy over 40 kilometers of designated paths. You might even encounter animals including wild boars and deer. Avoid queueing at the park with your pre-paid ticket. Comfortably bike along with your e-bike which is well cared for and equipped with multiple gears.

Utrecht: Professional photoshoot at Utrecht Canals

3. Utrecht: Professional photoshoot at Utrecht Canals

Running through the entire length of the town from north to south, Oudegracht is likely the most famous canal in the city. With its charming historic buildings, vibrant cafes, and scenic bridges, it is a must-visit destination for those seeking a blend of history and serenity. Your photographer will meet you at the location and skilfully guide you through the photoshoot using their local knowledge, showcasing the unique atmosphere and captivating beauty of your trip to Oudegracht Canal. After the photoshoot, you will receive your edited photos in a digital gallery link within 48 hours directly to your phone or email. Book your photoshoot now and capture memories of your journey along this iconic waterway.

From Amsterdam: 4 Provinces Highlights Van Tour

4. From Amsterdam: 4 Provinces Highlights Van Tour

Discover famous Dutch landmarks and lesser-known but equally impressive locations on a van tour from Amsterdam. From iconic windmills to long stretches of water dykes and more, there's something for everyone on this tour. Learn about the fascinating history of all these locations from your licensed guide. First, head out to the Zaanse Schans, where iconic windmills are perfectly lined up along the smooth river. With your early head start, enjoy this unforgettable view in the most pristine way before other tourists arrive. Next, see the 32-kilometer-long Afsluitdijk (enclosing dyke). This water barrier is the most impressive example of Dutch water management, connecting the provinces of Noord Holland and Friesland. Marvel at the view of the Wadden Sea to one side of the dyke and the Ijsselmeer Lake on the other. Then, make your way to Sloten, the smallest of the 11 legendary Frisian cities. Walk along the canal with its charming houses and gables. Continue to the quaint fishing village of Urk. Take a stroll to the characteristic white lighthouse and the small church by the sea, which is the oldest building of the village. Finally, see the fortified Hansa town of Elburg. Take a step back to the middle ages as you marvel at its narrow alleyways and overgrown town walls.

Nijmegen: Murder Mystery City Game with Remote Guide

5. Nijmegen: Murder Mystery City Game with Remote Guide

Solve a murder and at the same time see all the highlights of the city center of Nijmegen. Play this unique game with a group of friends or your family. You will receive instructions, a photo frame and an answer form in advance via email. You'll also receive a map of the city where the murder took place. The center is divided into sections where you have to look for a location where you can take a group selfie. Once you've located the spot, send a selfie via WhatsApp to your game instructor. If the location's correct, they'll send you the next clue about the murder. As you walk along the nicest places in the centre of the city, you will collect more and more clues about the murder. During the game you will have enough time to enter a cafe or shop that you pass and to admire some of the highlights of Nijmegen.

The Netherlands: WW2 Private Day Trip

6. The Netherlands: WW2 Private Day Trip

Get picked up at your hotel by a professional guide who will drive you around and teach you all about how the Second World War unfolded in the Netherlands. First, discover the most important sites relating to the Second World War in Rotterdam. This historic yet modern city has many relevant monuments and buildings that survived the bombings, including the Rotterdam White House, its City Hall, the Laurens Church, and Delfshaven - a charming historical neighbourhood which retains its 17th-century buildings. Then, head over to Arnhem where the famous battle of Arnhem took place. Visit the Arnhem Oosterbeek Cemetery, the John Frost Bridge and its surroundings, and find out all about Operation Market Garden and why the battle turned out differently to planned. Historians continue to debate the reason behind the Market Gardens failure but the bravery of the soldiers has never been questioned. In Arnhem you can also take a break to eat or drink somewhere (at own expense). Since this is a private tour everything is very flexible. After the tour, the guide will drive you back to your hotel.

Private Tour Veluwe National Park and Kröller Müller Museum

7. Private Tour Veluwe National Park and Kröller Müller Museum

Veluwe national park: Welcome to the most visited national park in the country. Spread over 14000 acres, expect to see Sand dunes, Woodlands, and plenty of flora. There is enough wildlife (The big 4 being the Red Deer, Roe Deer, Wild Boar, and Mouflon) present in the park. The park offers free bicycles which can be used on different routes. With prior reservation, the Hunting Lodge can be visited as well as the world-renowned Kroller Muller museum. The park has enough cafes/restaurants so you don't have to worry about running out of food. We drive to the park which takes about 75 minutes. You can use one of the white bicycles (choose from over 2000 bicycles) or walk around to explore the park. The park has several routes where you can bicycle or walk for hours. Kroller Muller Museum: Generally featured in the top museums of The Netherlands, Kroller Muller Museum is a modern and contemporary art museum and is home to over 20,000 art collections. It has the second-largest collection of Van Gogh and houses work from Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso, and Piet Mondrian among others. We drive back to Amsterdam/ Utrecht which takes about 75 /60 minutes.

Private Royal Tour : Paleis Het Loo and Muiderslot castle

8. Private Royal Tour : Paleis Het Loo and Muiderslot castle

A full-day private tour where you will be picked up and dropped off from any hotel or bed and breakfast. Firstly, we will drive to 'Paleis Het Loo'. Originally built in the 17th century and renovated recently for €182 million, Paleis Het Loo is a grand palace with lavish gardens, decorative rooms, and stables with a big collection of cars and carriages that belong to the Dutch Royal family. The Palace has an impressive 'House of Orange', an elaborate exhibit that showcases objects that belong to the royal family. End the visit by going for a walk at the 'Orange Trial', surrounded by trees, waterways swans, and ducks. We will drive to explore some of the private castles and palaces owned historically by private wealthy families. Depending on the time available, we can visit 2 to 4 castles. Muiderslot Castle is our final stop. Built-in the 13th century, the impressive castle is one of the oldest and best preserved in the Netherlands. Overlooking the Vecht River and what used to be the South Sea, the castle was built 700 years ago. The castle was fully renovated by the famous architect Pierre Cuypers, who also helped design the Rijks Museum and the Amsterdam central station. A must-visit when you are visiting The Netherlands.

From Amsterdam: WWII Vught and Arnhem Private Day Tour

9. From Amsterdam: WWII Vught and Arnhem Private Day Tour

Operation Market Garden, A Bridge Too Far, General John Frost, Concentration Camp Herzogenbusch. These are all familiar names if you are interested in the history of WWII. On this tour we will learn more about this part of Dutch history. We will pick you up at your hotel and will drive to the former Nazi concentration camp Herzogenbusch (Vught) in the South of Holland. The camp was first used in 1942 and held 31,000 Jewish and political prisoners. We will visit the remainders of the concentration camp with its reconstructed watchtowers, barracks, crematorium and children’s memorial. From Vught we will drive to Arnhem, a city on the river Rhine. Here we will visit the Airborne Museum at Villa Hartenstein. During the Battle of Arnhem in September 1944, which was part of the military operation Market Garden, Hartenstein became the headquarters of the British Airborne Division during heavy fighting. The daring attempt to punch through German lines and capture the Ruhr area to quickly end the war was unsuccessful. The bridge at Arnhem turned out to be a bridge too far. Now, Hartenstein is home to personal stories from British, Polish, and German soldiers as well as from civilians, told through the museum’s unique historical objects. After this we will have a short stop at the John Frost Bridge. The Bridge over the Rhine at Arnhem was the last bridge that needed to be captured during Operation Market Garden. If the Allies could capture this bridge the road to Germany would lay open. The bridge plays an important role in the movie A Bridge Too Far. From the John Frost Bridge, we will continue to our last stop of the day: the Arnhem Oosterbeek War Cemetery. Here most of the 1684 fallen soldiers of the September landings are laid to rest.

Kröller-Müller Museum and National Park Tour

10. Kröller-Müller Museum and National Park Tour

Start this tour from your hotel or any other desired location where your personal guide and driver will pick you up. From here drive to the famous Kröller Müller museum, located in the National Park. This museum has a huge art collection of many masterpieces by Van Gogh, Monet, Picasso and Mondriaan. It also houses a sculpture garden with over 160 sculptures by famous artists like Rodin and Moore. It is the biggest sculpture garden of Europe. After the museum your guide will show you around the National park. Explore the Dutch landscape and views and take one of the free bikes to explore the national park. In the National Park you find all the different landscapes the Netherlands has to offer. After the National park your guide will bring you back to your hotel or any other desired location.

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