Take a grand bike tour through the beautiful Dutch countryside of wooded hills, green grass farms and river waterways, passing old castles, storybook cottages, sprawling estates and lots of four-legged friends.
Amsterdam offers you a wide variety of shopping choices from upscale, designer fashion to art & antiques to vintage & retro to concept stores with one-of-a-kind finds. If you're a shopaholic or just love to shop while on holiday, then come along with Gessell as she guides you to spots that have what you're looking for.
Gessell takes you to two weird but wonderful, small museums with fascinating but uncomfortable subjects. One collects human and animal body parts for scientific study, the other chronicles how the Dutch celebrate death. Warning! Not for the squeamish!
Sander tours the Waterland area with Experience Waterland and learns about the iconic Dutch symbols and traditions such as windmills, cheese makng, wooden shoes making and eating fish in a fishing village.
Gessell takes you to a cool area of the RLD with unique shops that sell one of a kind things like fantasy gifts, Asian housewares, vegan candy, rock & roll clothes and elegant hats for the Herring Days!
Sander takes you to 4 great examples of Art Deco related architecture. The road starts at a hidden gem in Centraal Station. Next, discover murals by a famous Dutch artist. Further up the street step in for a smoke or just to check out their marbled walls. Finally take a tour of De Bazel, the huge Art Deco fortress which is now home to the city archives.
To celebrate 100 years of the De Stijl art movement, the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag (Municipal museum of The Hague) is staging a few De Stijl and Piet Mondrian exhibits over the next year. Take a day trip with us and check it out.
Now an elegant hotel, het Scheepvaarthuis or Shipping House was originally built to house offices for six shipping companies. It contains many unique features of Art Deco, Art Nouveau and Amsterdam School designs. A must see!