Escorted Motorhome Tours

The Netherlands 2022

Itinerary / Route

Day 1 – 4


Arrive in Delft, Netherlands – This beautiful and picturesque city is our first stop on this tour of The Netherlands. Delft is famous for its distinctive blue pottery. The Royal Delft factory is the only one remaining of the 32 that were established in the 17th Century. Delft is also home to the 17th Century painter Johannes Vermeer, the Vermeer Centre shows reproductions of all his paintings and details his life and how he worked.

Lovely walks through the old city by the canals, churches and courtyards make for a relaxing time visiting Delft. The Renaissance Style City Hall built in 1620 stands tall and grand in the city and definitely worth a visit especially as part of it is now a pub!

The Delft Factory offer a tour and a separate Craft Workshop where you paint your own Delft Tile.

One of the best ways to see the city is to take a boat trip on the canal. The enthusiastic guides will tell you all about the history of this beautiful old city.

Included Welcome Drinks, Delft Craft Workshop (Paint your Delft Tile) Boat Trip and Group Meal

Welcome Drinks
Boat Trip
Group Meal

Day 4 – 7

Travel to Amsterdam (55 miles) stopping at the spectacular gardens at Keukenhof on the way. Keukenhof (30 miles) where we shall park our motorhomes and visit this stunning world famous flower park. Here we shall be rewarded with 79 acres and 7 million flowers which is a truly spectacular sight. Take time to sit and and absorb the beauty of these magnificent gardens. The gardens are dog friendly! We then travel to our campsite in Amsterdam (25 miles) here you will find many attractions to explore including The Van Gogh Museum, The Rijksmuseum, Anne Frank House, Canal Cruises, Heineken Brewery, Red Light District and sampling the unusual cakes at the coffee shops!

The canal cruises offer the best viewing of the stunning buildings set along the waterways.

Included Keukenhof Gardens, Boat Trip, Brewery Tour, Anne Frank House Visit and Group Meal

Boat Trip
Brewery Tour
Anne Frank House Visit
Group Meal

Day 7 – 9

Travel to Gronigen (115 miles) which is an authentic, unspoilt and lively city in northern Netherlands away from the main tourist areas. A great area of beauty for cycling where much of the land has been reclaimed from the sea flooding with the use of barriers. The Grote Markt is home to the 500 year old Martinitoren (Martini Tower) which stands 97 metres high but was nearly destroyed by severe thunder and lightning. The climb to the top will reward you with amazing far reaching views.

Gronigen also has a Maritime Museum and The Gronigen Museum housing ceramics and contemporary and modern art.

Included Cycle Ride, Museum Visit and Group Meal.

Cycle Ride
Museum Visit
Group Meal

Day 9 – 11

Travel to Gouda (145 miles) our last stop is the wonderful city of Gouda. The city is famous for its cheese but there is much more to this city than its namesake ‘cheese’. With a working windmill (De Roode Leeuw), a market square, beautiful historic buildings and stately houses and of course canals Gouda is a lovely city to explore.

There is, unsurprisingly, a cheese museum. The Goudse Waag museum was for hundreds of years used as a weighing station for cheese before evolving into what you see today. Cheese tasting and guided tours will be available.

Included Cheese Museum  and Farewell Group Meal & Drinks

Cheese Museum
Farewell Group Meal
Farewell Drinks

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