With this tour, you will first head to Zaanse Schans to see those beautiful windmills lined up along the water. Discover windmills from the inside and enjoy some cheese tasting at the cheese farm and shop Catharina Hoeve. You can enjoy a clog workshop and eat pancakes! After the Zaanse Schans, you’ll visit Volendam to see why this village is so special and why it is known for its ‘Haring’ fish and traditional Dutch clothes. This small town has a beautiful harbor, delicious fish, cheese shops and you can wander through the streets of Doolhof and Oude Kom quarters. If time allows, visit Hotel Restaurant Spaander for their art collection or a cup of coffee.
|Duration||4 or 6 hours|
|Type of vehicle||Wheelchair accessible van|
|Number of people||Maximum 7|
|Starting point||Your hotel in Amsterdam or surroundings|
|End location||Your hotel or location on request|
|Type of tour||Duration||Price (total)|
|Private tour with driver and professional tour guide||6 hours||€ 835|
|Private tour with driver only||6 hours||€ 390|
|Private tour with driver and professional tour guide||4 hours||€ 545|
|Private tour with driver only||4 hours||€ 280|
The above prices are the total costs for the tours. This total cost can be divided amongst the number of participants in the private tour. The maximum number of participants, when one of the participants is using a wheelchair, is 6 people.
The price shown on top of this page is the price per person with 6 participants for the '4 hour tour with driver only'.
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:
Division of space in an accessible minivan when including people using a mobility scooter:
Combinations of people using a wheelchair and mobility scooter is possible as well.