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The Hague Full Day Tour from Amsterdam

Explore the vibrant cultural side of the Dutch political center
$886 and up
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Tour Details
About the Tour
Duration
8 hours
Location
Amsterdam
Photos & Highlights
  • Spend a day in the Hague, accompanied by a local art historian or scholar
  • Includes transport by train or car, and a viewing of Vermeer’s ‘Girl With a Pearl Earring’
  • Mauritshuis, Binnenhof , and Ridderzaal (exterior)
Tour Description
Where You'll Start
Tour Experts
Sabry
Belina
Alette
3 Reviews (5.0)

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If we could give Sabry more than five stars we would! His expertise as an art historian added incredible depth to our experience. Thank you for a great day, Sabry!
Sabri is the best - so great to meet him in person after listening to all of his seminars which are also superior! I love the private two person tours. Thanks Context for all the education you have provided me over the last 12 years.
Our family had a fabulous day with Sabry visiting The Hague. Sabry was unbelievably knowledgeable about the works in the museum we visited and he made the history come to life for my three teenagers who thoroughly enjoyed the day. We met outside the train station in Amsterdam and had a speedy and easy ride to The Hague. Sabry's enthusiasm and deep knowledge of the art was infectious and we really enjoyed listening to his incredible tour as we worked our way through the museum. A timely lunch at the museum restaurant was a great break, and then we ventured outside to enjoy a beautiful, sunny day exploring. After walking around some of the historic buildings and the government center, we took the tram to the seaside to walk on the sand and see The North Sea. Sabry treated my kids to a herring . . . two of them tried it! And, a terrific ending to the day was a delicious slice of apple strudel or sachertorte in a delightful, nostalgic cake shop where we sat for a few minutes to debrief and enjoy the sweets. All in all, a fabulous time! Sabry mentioned that he had not had an in person tour since the inception of covid, and he was clearly delighted to be back at the museum and seeing works in person. He is honestly the most knowledgeable guide we have had in all our tours with Context across Europe. Highly recommend him!