AMSTERDAM BREAK

3 Nights/4 days

  • Best Time To Visit

    Amsterdam is a year round destination. However, the peak tourist season is between May and August when the weather is at its best.However, carry light sweaters as it might get cold in the evenings. The spring Tulip Festival takes place in May and draws many tourists to the city who come to see the beautiful tulips in full bloom. This is also a good time to explore the city on a cycle, which is an experience you must not miss.

Amsterdam is the Netherlands’ capital, known for its artistic heritage, elaborate canal system and narrow houses with gabled facades, legacies of the city’s 17th-century Golden Age. Its Museum District houses the Van Gogh Museum, works by Rembrandt and Vermeer at the Rijksmuseum, and modern art at the Stedelijk. Cycling is key to the city’s character, and there are numerous bike paths.

Currency

Euro (EUR)

Languages

Dutch,English

Time Difference

India is 4 hours and 30 minutes ahead of Amsterdam

India – Amsterdam

Day 1

Fly to the City of Canals – Amsterdam. Check in at your hotel.

City Tour of Amsterdam and Canal Cruise

Day 2

Breakfast. Later depart for Panoramic City Tour. On this tour you will get a flavour of Amsterdam’s historical past and modern-day Amsterdam. You also have a chance to visit Diamond Factory. A photo stop will be made at one of the remaining windmills. Also visit the Rijksmuseum or Van Gogh Museum. Your trip to Amsterdam is incomplete without cruising in this City of Canals. Holland’s capital has 160 canals and 1000 bridges. Enjoy the sites of this beautiful city which include eloquent mansions, churches and warehouses. You will see historic residential buildings, including the famous Anne Frank’s House, and on past the renowned boathouses before returning to Holland International where the tour ends. The windows on the launches slide open to facilitate better photography. Overnight at hotel in Amsterdam.

Windmills, Volendam and Edam

Day 3

Breakfast. Today, proceed The excursion takes us to the countryside north of Amsterdam, to the edge of the river Zaan, where we visit windmill village “de Zaanse Schans”, with its characteristic green wooden houses. We will visit windmills and a wooden shoe factory. Through typical Dutch scenery we continue to the medieval town of Edam for a city walk and the traditional fisherman’s village of Volendam, situated on the shores of the former Zuiderzee. Some of the inhabitants still wear the traditional Dutch costumes. This tour also includes a visit to a cheese farm. Return to hotel for overnight stay.

Amsterdam – India

Day 4

Enjoy breakfast in the morning. Day is free till departure time. Proceed to International Airport for your flight back to India.

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