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Guided accessible tour to Gouda

A guided tour throughout the medieval city center of Gouda. Including private taxi

Gouda has a lot more to offer than its famous cheeses. Just like Amsterdam, Gouda has a lot of architecture that reminds us of the Golden Age Era back in the 17th century. This era is best known for the wealth it brought to Amsterdam and the surrounding cities. In Gouda, you will find interesting museums and beautiful buildings all with their own story. The Sint Jans Church is the longest church in The Netherlands and is famous for its stunning stain-in-glass windows. And, of course, the cheese market is free to visit every Thursday morning (10:00 - 13:00) from April to August.

 

Tour details

 

Highlights
  • Eat famous Gouda cheeses at the cheese market
  • The longest church in the Netherlands: Sint Jans church
  • Archicecture of the Golden Age Era
Duration of the tour 4 hours
Vehicle Wheelchair accessible taxi van
Number of people maximum 7
Starting point Your hotel in Amsterdam or surroundings
End location Your hotel or location on request
Lunch Not included

 

Pricing

Type of tour Duration Price (total)
Guided tour including private taxi 4 hours €440,-

 

The above prices are the total costs for the tours. This total cost can be divided amongst the number of participants in the guided tour. The maximum number of participants, when one of the participants is using a wheelchair, is 6 people.

The private taxi is calculated from Amsterdam if you stay closer to the tour the costs will be lower. Please contact us via email to receive the accurate prices. 

The price shown on top of this page is the price per person with 6 participants for the '4 hour tour with guide and private taxi'.

 

Accessible no steps Accessible restaurant or terrace Guide dog allowed Wheelchair accessible toilet 

Accessibility information

During the excursions the 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 7 people and a maximum of 3 wheelchair users.

The division of space in the private taxi van is as follows:

Division of space in an accessible minivan when including people using a wheelchair:

  • 0 wheelchair users: 7 other passengers
  • 1 person with a wheelchair (needs 2 seats): 5 other passengers
  • 2 people with a wheelchair (needs 4 seats): 3 other passengers
  • 3 people with a wheelchair (needs 6 seats): 1 other passenger

Division of space in an accessible minivan when including people using a mobility scooter:

  • 1 person with mobility scooter (needs 3 seats): 4 other passengers
  • 2 people with a mobility scooter (needs 6 seats): 1 other passenger

Combinations of people using a wheelchair and mobility scooter is possible as well.

What activities can I do?

Description of 3-hour Guided Tour of Gouda

A professional tour guide will take you around the city and its highlights. The tour starts at the former Chocolate Factory that now hosts a library, café, and cultural meeting place. You will already learn about the history of the city before you start the actual walking tour. The guide will take you along the bust of Erasmus, a hidden courtyard, the Gouda Museum, the Sint Jans Church, and a traditional syrup waffle (stroopwafel) bakery. Lunch in a wheelchair accessible restaurant can be included on request. 

Additional options to include before or after the guided tour: 

  • Visit to the Gouda Cheese Market

  • Visit the city hall

  • Beer and/or wine tasting

  • Visit the Waag, the place they used to weigh the cheeses before selling them. 

Cheese merchant in Gouda Gouda Town hall Gouda cheese market Gouda cheese market 2

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Photos:

Cheese Merchant by Rebecca Siegel from Flickr

Gouda city hall by Sander van der Wel from Flickr

Gouda cheese market 1 by Bertknot from Flickr

Gouda cheese market 2 by Bertknot from Flickr

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