At first, this driving tour will bring you to the windmills lined up along the water at Kinderdijk in the South of Holland. The picturesque view allows for great pictures and a relaxing stroll along the windmills. A boat tour and a visit to the Visitor center with multi-screen movie can be added. The driving tour continues to The Hague the royal and political center of the Netherlands. In The Hague, you will visit the Peace Palace, The Inner Courtyard and the Hall of Knights, which is the centre of all political announcements. You will also drive past the famous royal buildings such as the palace of Lange Voorhout and Palace Noordeinde. For those interested, it’s possible to visit the Mauritshuis where many paintings of Rembrandt and Vermeer are on display. The third option (for a tour that takes 8 hours) is to visit Rotterdam where you can admire the modern architecture, the Erasmus Bridge and the Markthal food square, which is the new eye catcher of Rotterdam.
Pricing excursions South-Holland
Private taxi with knowledgable driver
Price 4-hour driving tour: € 380,- Visit 1 destination: Kinderdijk or Rotterdam or The Hague.
Price 6-hour driving tour: € 480,- Visit 2 destinations: Kinderdijk and The Hague or Rotterdam.
Price 8-hour driving tour: € 580,- Visit 3 destinations: Kinderdijk, The Hague and Rotterdam.
Private taxi with driver and professional tour guide
Price 4-hour driving tour: from € 545,- (visit 1 or 2 destinations)
Price 6-hour driving tour: from € 675,- (visit 1 or 2 destinations)
Price 8-hour driving tour: from € 855,- (visit 1, 2 or 3 destinations)
Photo source: P. van de Loo
During the excursions the professional tour guides consider the physical accessibility of the streets, shops and museums.
All excursions organized by Accessible Travel Netherlands make use of wheelchair accessible transport. The minivans are accessible for 2 to 8 people and a maximum of 4 wheelchair users.
The division of space in the private taxi van is as follows:
0 wheelchair users > 8 walkers
1 wheelchair user > 6 walkers
2 wheelchair users > 4 walkers
3 wheelchair users > 2 walkers
4 wheelchair users > 0 walkers