Editor:  De Redactie • Publication:  01 January 2018


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Delft & The Hague Tour

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Come and enjoy to Delft & The Hague Tour. Historical facts and highlights awaits you on this guided bus tour to Delft and The Hague. After a visit to the last remaining ceramic factory from the 17th century in Delft and free time in the old town centre, we will continue to The Hague, where you will get to see the beautiful Houses of Parliament, the working palace of the Dutch king and the Peace Palace. Last stop will be the miniature town of Madurodam.


Make your holiday to the Netherlands complete with a Delft, The Hague & Madurodam Tour! This exciting and fascinating tour takes you to the historic center of Delft and The Hague first. After that, you will visit the world-famous miniature town of Madurodam. Are you looking for a unique and unforgettable experience? Act now and get your Delft, The Hague & Madurodam Tour tickets online!

Delft & The Hague Tour, explore Holland!

During the Delft, The Hague & Madurodam Tour, the enthusiastic guide will first take you to the old center of Delft. There you will have time to explore on your own and discover the beautiful antique houses, churches, and canals. You will also visit one of the city’s iconic Delftware factories, which are world-famous for their traditional blue and white decorative ceramics. Afterward, you’ll travel to The Hague, past some of its most important landmarks. You will see the Binnenhof, which is the world’s oldest House of Parliament that is still in use to this day. You’ll also travel past Paleis Noordeinde, King Willem-Alexander’s working palace. There will be a stop for a photo opportunity at the impressive Peace Palace, which houses the International Court of Justice. At the end of the Delft, The Hague & Madurodam Tour you’ll go to Madurodam, the Netherlands’ famous miniature town.

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