Belgium and Netherlands tulip tour

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Delight in the beauty of spring blossoms

13 days

Apr. 7 - 20, 2018

Nothing is more breathtaking than experiencing fields of vibrant tulips set against a background of historic windmills, quite coastal villages and historic monuments.

Join Dignity Travel on this exciting tour as we experience the beauty of springtime in Holland and Belgium. From the vibrancy to Amsterdam, the quite splendor of the tulip gardens and the medieval charms of Bruges and Ghent - this will be a trip to remember.

This hosted tour is designed for people who use wheelchairs or have difficulties walking and includes highlights such as a canal boat tour of Amsterdam, Kuekenhof Gardens, one Europe’s most beautiful squares in Brussels, cheese tasting in Holland and much more.

Tour package

$8,232.79* per person (double occupancy)

$11,561.54* per person (single occupancy)



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Reservation deadline for this tour is Feb. 17, 2018

Space may be available after this deadline. All itineraries and prices are subject to change without notice and are based on estimated group size. A deposit of $4,000.00 per person is required to confirm your reservation. If traveling as a single occupant a $6,000 deposit is required. All major credit cards accepted for deposit. Deposits are fully refundable until the final payment deadline -minus processing fees. Final payment is due by Mar. 7, 2018.

What makes this tour special?

  • Small group experience with fulltime group hosts to assist throughout tour
  • Deluxe accessible 4-star hotel accommodations with daily breakfast
  • Only two hotel changes to make for an easy tour experience

  • Lunch and dinners per itinerary
  • Evening dinner show in Amsterdam and Belgium
  • Canal boat tour in Amsterdam
  • Day tour to the world famous Kuekenhof Gardens to see the spring bulbs in bloom

  • Dutch cheese tasting experience

  • Tips for local guides and drivers included
  • Entrance fees to listed attractions included as per itinerary
  • Local English-speaking guides at all destinations
  • Be surrounded by culture as we discover the many different cities this region has to offer
  • Personal care attendants and/or nurse (based on group size or arranged on an individual basis)
  • Roommates for single travelers may be arranged
  • Security and social opportunities of group travel experience
  • Accessible ground transportation throughout tour

Tour itinerary

 Apr. 07 - Depart US

Apr. 08 - Arrive Amsterdam and transfer to hotel

Apr. 09 - Day tour to Kuekenhof Gardens

Apr. 10 - Guided tour of Amsterdam

Apr. 11 - Day tour to northern Holland and living museum

Apr. 12 - Visit the Rijksmuseum and Van Gough Museum

Apr. 13 - Day tour to Gouda and Dutch cheese tasting

Apr. 14 - Visit to Delft and The Hague

Apr. 15 - Free day in Amsterdam

Apr. 16 - Scenic drive to Brussels with stop in Antwerp

Apr. 17 - Guided tour of Brussels

Apr. 18 - Day tour to Bruges and Ghent with Middle Ages Show

Apr. 19 - Free day in Brussels

Apr. 20 - Transfer from hotel to airport

Tour highlights

Apr. 8 - Amsterdam

Arrive Amsterdam and transfer to 4-star accessible hotel centrally located in the heart of the city. After time to rest after your transatlantic flight, we will have a welcome dinner and time to meet your fellow group travelers. D

Apr. 9 – Amsterdam/Kuekenhof Gardens/Amsterdam

Today we will visit the world famous Kuekenhof Gardens to see the incredible display of millions of tulips and other flowering bulb plants. BD

Apr. 10 – Amsterdam

The canals, fascinating architecture and culture make Amsterdam a world famous tourist destination. Today we will have the opportunity to enjoy the 17th century historical atmosphere and relaxed environment with a guided tour. The small scale of the buildings and the intimacy of the streets, canals and squares create an atmosphere that visitors find unique. After our morning tour, we will enjoy a traditional Dutch-style lunch and then continuing exploring this beautiful city via a canal boat tour. We will complete our day with an Amsterdam-style dinner show. BLD

Apr. 11 – Amsterdam/North Holland/Amsterdam

It is off to North Holland for a day-trip to the picturesque towns of Enkhuizem, Volendam and Beemster. This area of Holland is known for its historic windmills, tulips fields, cheeses and storybook towns. We will enjoy time at an open-air museum to witness how life was in 17th century Holland. After our morning tour we will visit the Simonehoeve cheese farm for lunch and cheese tasting experience. We will continue our tour with a stop at Volendam. This old fishing village at the Ijsselmeer, offers costumes, sporting events, music, and of course fish. The village is characterized by countless little houses around the small fishing port. We will have dinner at a traditional fresh seafood restaurant to end our day. BLD

Apr. 12 - Amsterdam

Today we will explore the wonderful museums that Amsterdam has to offer. We will begin at The Rijksmuseum, which in English means – The State Museum, which has existed for more than two hundred years and today is one of the most breathtaking museums in the world. Here you will have the opportunity to view the most amazing works of the Dutch Master painters. After our time we will then visit the world-famous Van Gough Museum. BD

Apr. 13 – Amsterdam/Gouda/Woerden/Amsterdam

After breakfast, we day tour to the medieval-town of Woerden followed by a cheese tasting. In the afternoon we will visit the town of Gouda and explore the old and monumental town, where we will find the weekly Cheese Market around the impressive and age-old town hall of Gouda. The cheese used to be weighed in the old days and the tax was determined and paid. BLD

 Apr. 14 – Amsterdam/Delft/The Hague/Amsterdam

Our day tour from Amsterdam will include a visit to the town of Delft famous for its porcelain. We will then continue on to The Hague we will enjoy a harbor side lunch. The Hague is the capital of The Netherlands, where the politics are based and history goes far back. We will see the royal houses, visit the Parliament and the Binnenhof. BLD

Apr.  15 - Amsterdam

Free day in Amsterdam. You may enjoy this day however you like – rest, shop, sit in a coffee shop or explore the city on your own. It is your day to do as you wish. B

Apr. 16  – Amsterdam/Antwerp/Brussels

We depart today for Belgium. On our way to Brussels, we will stop to visit the old market area in Antwerp to view the beautiful city hall and surrounding areas. Belgium’s second city and biggest port, Antwerp is the country’s capital of cool, a powerful magnet for art lovers and diamond dealers. In the mid-16th century it was one of Europe’s most important cities and home to baroque superstar painter Pieter Paul Rubens. The city retains an intriguing medieval heart with a riverside fortress and a truly impressive cathedral. Today Antwerp’s top drawcards are its vibrant fashion and entertainment scene, along with its startling architectural and cultural contrasts. BLD

Apr. 17 – Brussels

We will have a full-day tour of Brussels. It is the fascinating capital of Belgium and the administrative capital of the European Union. Brussels is historic yet hip, bureaucratic yet bizarre, self-confident yet not showy. All this plays out in a cityscape that swings from majestic to quirky and back again. Organic art-nouveau facades face off against regal 19th-century mansions contrast with the contemporary glass of the EU’s Gotham City. This whole maelstrom swirls out from Brussels’ medieval core, where the Grand Place is surely one of the world’s most beautiful squares. BLD

Apr. 18 – Brussels/Bruges/Ghent/Brussels

Our day tour today includes the incredibly beautiful cities of Bruges and Ghent. No tour to Belgium would be complete without time in these two wonderful cities. If you set out to design a fairy-tale medieval town, it would be hard to improve on central Bruges. Picturesque lanes and dreamy canals link photogenic market squares lined with soaring towers, historic churches and old whitewashed almshouses. After spending the day exploring these exciting cities, we will enjoy a Middle Ages dining show. BLD

Apr. 19 - Brussels

Free day in Brussels. You may enjoy this day however you like – rest, shop, sit in a coffee shop or explore the city on your own. It is your day to do as you wish. B

Apr. 20 – Brussels/Airport

In the morning we will depart the hotel for the Amsterdam Schiphol Airport for your early afternoon flight back to the US. B

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