Do you want to see more of the Netherlands besides the capital city? Then you must travel to the picturesque countryside, where you can enjoy the flat landscape and explore charming Dutch villages, like Volendam and Marken. They are loved by national and international visitors. These villages and the famous windmills of Holland comprise this fantastic tour which begins and ends in Amsterdam. A professional guide speaking several languages will accompany you on your trek through the province of North Holland. Along the way, you’ll breathe in the fresh air and relax in the beauty of the surrounding nature. Escape the rush and slow down during the beautiful Volendam and Marken tour.
If you are feeling overwhelmed by everything, Amsterdam has to offer, getaway for a day and take a breather in the beautiful villages of Volendam and Marken. Volendam and Marken are small towns with large souls, each with fascinating tourist attractions. In Volendam, you will tour a local cheese factory (free samples included of course!), as well as watch a local clog crafter create the iconic wooden shoes. After your delightful Volendam tour, you will enjoy a peaceful cruise across IJsselmeer lake to the island of Marken. In Marken, the characteristic wooden houses are a distinct tourist attraction and constitute a one-of-a-kind experience. The day-tour is tranquil and flexible, allowing you to explore the villages at your own pace before moving on. If you want something different than only activities to do in Amsterdam, then the Amsterdam day trips to Volendam and Marken is the answer.
This six-hour long experience is unlike any other offered in the Netherlands. It is truly a chance to get away from the bustle of the city and uncover one of Holland’s exciting destinations. Lindbergh offers this package uniquely, but it can easily be combined with any other Amsterdam day trips to create an unforgettable Dutch experience. Make the most of your vacation and choose the wisdom of Lindbergh!
From September 9th, 2018 the check-in address for all tours will be De Ruijterkade 34A at Amsterdam Central Station (click here for location on map)