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Gray Line's Grand Holland Tour

Your first stop is at Aalsmeer, the center of horticulture, where you'll visit the flower auction (closed on Sundays and public holidays and replaced by a visit of a wooden shoe maker).
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Gray Line's Bruges Tour

You have the possibility to watch lace makers plying their bobbins near the beguinage, visit the Lake of Love, and, during the free time,
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Gray Line's Antwerp and Brussels Tour

Your first stop is at the market square of Antwerp, near the Cathedral.
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Gray Line's Delft Blue, The Hague and Madurodam Tour

The first stop will be at Delft Blue Pottery in Delft, a well-preserved, old Dutch town. You'll then proceed to The Hague, the seat of the Dutch Government, for a sightseeing tour of the city center.
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Gray Line's Volendam and Marken Half Day Tour

First, you'll visit Volendam, an old picturesque fishing village on the shore of the former Zuiderzee.
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Gray Line's Windmills and Edam Tour

This excursion takes you to Zaanse Schans, a small 40-house community just to the north of Amsterdam, on the banks of the river Zaan.
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The Royal Palace

Amsterdam’s Royal Palace is in the heart of the city, on Dam Square. Like Huis ten Bosch Palace and Noordeinde Palace, it has been placed at the Queen’s disposal by Act of Parliament.
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Gray Line's Alkmaar Cheese Market and Windmills Tour

On the beautiful scenic way back we will take you to the windmills of Schermerhorn.
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Gray Line's Panoramic Circle Tour, Amsterdam

Past and present, trade and leisure, religion and coffee shops, diamonds and beer--all flourish together in splendid Amsterdam!
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Gray Line's Anne Frank House, Diamond Factory & Canal Cruise Tour, Amsterdam

On land, you will first make a picture stop at a windmill. Moving on, you will see how rough stones become sparkling jewels at a diamond exhibit.
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Gray Line's Candlelight Cruise, Amsterdam

This evening cruise gliding through Amsterdam's enchanting canals is a memorable experience.
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Gray Line's All Amsterdam Transport Pass

The tickets can be used on either the same or different days.
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Gray Line's The Fun Hop On/Hop Off Canal Cruise

The comfortable boat offers hop-on, hop-off service along three routes with 14 stops located near major museums, shopping areas, and attractions.
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Gray Line's Mike's Bike Tour, Amsterdam

See the real Amsterdam, which is more than the red-light district. Ride through the city, then along the Amstel River into the countryside, where you'll see an authentic windmill and visit a tradition
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Gray Line's Combination Ticket: Rijksmuseum & Canal Bus

This combination not only gives you a special discount on the rate of the Rijksmuseum, but it also offers you the convenience of not having to stand in line for the museum.
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Gray Line's Combination Ticket: Van Gogh Museum & Canal Bus

Not only will you receive a special discount on the rate of the Van Gogh Museum, but you will also enjoy the convenience of not having to stand in line for the museum.
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Gray Line's Lakes & Mansion: The Garden of Amsterdam

The drive follows a southeasterly route to Naarden. This beautiful fortified town is shaped as a five-point star and is miraculously preserved, despite a history of bloody sieges.
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Gray Line's Jazz Cruise

Onboard the luxury boat is unlimited wine, beer, and soft drinks. Dutch cheese and nuts are also served. The Jazz Cruise sails every Saturday at 8pm and 10pm between April 2 and November 26.
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Gray Line's Pizza Cruise, Amsterdam

While boarding the boat you will order the pizza of your choice. Your order will be prepared fresh while you enjoy a drink.
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Westergasfabriek

The Westergasfabriek (Western Gas Factory) is a former coal gasification plant. It is located just west of the city near both the railway line and the waterfront.
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Westerkerk Amsterdam

The Netherlands’s most renowned church has been the source of inspiration for many musicians. The famous tower was completed in 1638; its bells manufactured by the renowned François Hemony foundry in
Phone: 020 6247766

Anne Frankhuis (Frank)

Anne Frank and her family went into hiding here on July 6, 1942, and lived in isolation for over two years. The German occupation removed all the furniture when the inhabitants were detained in 1944.
Phone: 020 556 7105

Rijksmuseum

This museum is considered a true national treasure. Its exhibits include paintings from the Netherlands' 17th century Golden Age by Rembrandt, Vermeer, Frans Hals and Jan Steen.
Phone: 020 6747000

Olympisch Stadion

Amsterdam is one of the few cities in the world with the label Olympic on it.
Phone: 020 305 4400

Museum Amstelkring

Museum Amstelkring is one of the most cherished museums in Amsterdam.
Phone: 020 624 6604






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