"Combine the well-known attractions of Holland with those off the beaten track on this delightful river cruise holiday."
Cruise from Haarlem to explore northern Holland, where tulip fields abound and the charming area of Friesland is famed for its black and white cows.
Cruise across the Ijsselmeer, visit the ZuiderZee Museum in Enkhuizen, the Batavia shipyard in Lelystad, and enjoy cheese and genever tasting on board. In Arnhem, visit Museum Hartenstein or the Kröller-Müller Museum, and from Rotterdam why not visit Keukenhof Gardens or Gouda? Conclude with a canal cruise in Amsterdam. Tulips of Holland is a voyage on the Avalon Visionary - the sister ship of the Vista.
Travel to Amsterdam where you will be transferred to your cruise ship in Haarlem.
Tulip fields abound in this northern part of the country.
Cruise across the Ijsselmeer to southwest Friesland, a province rich in history and legends.
Today, enjoy a peaceful morning of cruising through this delightful area of Friesland.
This morning, relax on board as you cruise a branch of the Rhine known as the Gelderse Ijssel.
This morning, sail through Rotterdam Harbour, said to be the world's busiest port.
After breakfast, arrive in Amsterdam where guided sightseeing is by canal boat.
Transfer to the airport or station for your journey to the UK.
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