2 - 7pax with flexible departure date
Start in : Frankfurt
Private airport transfer
End in : Amsterdam
Private airport transfer
Places : 2 Countries
Germany & Netherland
Duration: 1 to 10 Days
Introduce a unique concept that let you decide places and timing you wish to travel.
Chinese / Cantonese Speaking Guide
The effects of World War II shaped Europe and left behind incredibly important stories for you to experience during your bespoke tour to Germany and Holland. So, your tour begins in the bustling and vibrant city, Frankfurt and be greeted by our Chinese guide.
Follow the Haupstrasse away from the river and ascend to Heidelberg that lies Heidelberg Castle that left in a strange state of semi-ruin as it gazes upon the town and forest-clad valley.
While spending your time at Stuttgart, you will be attracted by a futuristic swirl on the cityscape, the Mercedes-Benz Museum which takes a chronological spin through the Mercedes’s empire. Look out for legends like the 1885 Daimler Riding Car, the world’s first gasoline-powered vehicle, and the record-breaking Lightning Benz that hit 228km/h at Daytona Beach in 1909!
In the morning, the doors of the first specialty coffee shop in Germany open to the city of Stuttgart. Proceed to Neuschwanstein, rising just two miles away and a dozen walking trails taking you through the foothills of Europe's jagged mountains.
Wave farewell to Neuschwanstein Castle and make your way to Wies Church, an oval rococo church, designed in the late 1740s and after that, visit Garmisch-Partenkirchen. This is an incredibly popular hang-out for outdoorsy types, skiing fans and day-trippers from Munich and also, the double-barrelled resort of Garmisch-Partenkirchen is blessed with a fabled setting a snowball’s throw from the Alps!
Wake up to another day in the serene town, make your way up to the magnificent Herrenchiemsee Palace via cruise ship. The palace is situated on beautiful Lake Chiemsee. The nearby Frauenchimsee Island is the place of one of the oldest Benedictine women's convent!
Then, venture into Munich and enjoy a panoramic tour featuring the central square, Marienplatz, the Glockenspiel and Olympic Park. The remainder of your day is at your leisure to explore Munich's historic area.
After breakfast, your driver guide will be on hand to take you to Rothenburg. Wander around the city, beneath the medieval city gate, through the narrow alleys past sloped tiles, onto rustic taverns from the 13th century, every step overlooked by the surreal church spires.
You may then have a stroll through Wurzburg which straddles the Main River and is renowned for its art, architecture and delicate wines.
Leaving the city again today, this time you'll visit another famous town, Koln aka Cologne. It offers seemingly endless attractions, led by its famous Köln Cathedral whose filigree twin spires dominate the skyline! The city’s museum landscape is especially strong when it comes to art; but also has something in store for fans of chocolate, sports and even Roman history.
You will then be transferred to Holland a stop at Roermond. Shop around Roermond Outlet where you can find over 180 designer stores offering savings from 30% to 70% on fashion brands!
Today you leave behind the charms of Roermond, venturing to Kröller-Müller Museum which found in Hoge Veluwe National Park. This is the largest park in Holland itself and the unmissable will definitely be its brilliant museum which showcases Anton and Helene Kröller-Müller’s, remarkable art collection.
Besides, more an agglomeration of towns than a proper city, Apeldoorn may lack cohesion but the compact centre has a cheerful village vibe where you will enjoy yourself tremendously without any qualms.
The star attraction, though, is the Paleis Het Loo which allows you to view the royal bed chambers, regal paintings, the lavish dining room dating from 1686 and the splendid gardens with their symmetrically planted flowerbeds and allusive statuary.
After wandering in one of the cities in Holland, Utrecht, feast your senses on the imposing castle Kasteel de Haar, restored in a fit of nostalgia little more than a century ago!
Futuristic architecture, inspired local initiatives such as inner-city canal surfing and a surge of drinking, dining and nightlife venues make Rotterdam one of Europe's most exhilarating cities right now.
Over there, discover what it's like to live in one of Rotterdam's 'forest' of 45-degree-tilted, cube-shaped apartments, Kijk-Kubus Museum House and after that, enjoy yourself in the UNESCO World Heritage site, Kinderdijk which has 9 windmills strung out on both sides of canals.
Venture into Holland’s third-largest city, Den Haag. It iis a stately, regal place filled with embassies and mansions, green boulevards and parks, a refined culinary scene, a clutch of fine museums and a sybaritic cafe culture.
The rest of the day is at your leisure in such adorable town.
In the morning, the remnants of the city’s opulent past blossoms out of the bustling streets in Den Haag. Make your way to Zaanse Schans that functions as a windmill gallery on the Zaan river. Over there, you can see the actual materials used in producing Renaissance masterpieces turned into powders as well.
Amsterdam is comprised walkways lining canals, charming historic facades, and museums housing unique Dutch artists from past to present. Amsterdam seems a bit more magical when viewed from a boat. Besides providing a stunning backdrop to the city’s historical centre, floating down Amsterdam’s canals is one of the most memorable ways to discover the city's sights and attractions.
For those who want to know all about carats, colours, clarity and cuts of diamonds and also some of the history of this Amsterdam craft, visit Gassan Diamonds and observe the diamond cutters working at their craft, while multilingual guides explain where diamonds are found.
Also, on the site of the company’s old brewery, Heineken's self-guided 'Experience' provides an entertaining overview of the brewing process, with a multimedia exhibit where you ‘become’ a beer by getting shaken up, sprayed with water and subjected to heat!
After breakfast at your hotel, you’ll set out for another scenic ride to Afsluitdijk and have you ever heard of a town with no streets, only canals, walking paths and bike trails? Giethoorn, is built on water crossed by a few bits of land and it is a mystical charm as you wander its idiosyncratic waterways!
Venture into the jam-packed square, jostling with locals and tourists in Dam Square and don’t be shocked of the following destination, Red Light District where there are plenty of sex shops, peep shows, brothels, an elaborate condom shop, a sex museum and prostitutes in red-lit windows!
In the morning, the aroma of fresh baguettes fills the city streets. Soon, you will have a private transfer to the airport for your flight home, but for now you can stroll through the city and enjoy the tranquil sunlight along the shimmering stones of the city’s illustrious past.
Your tour concludes after days of amazing experiences, unforgettable sightseeing, and much-needed rest and relaxation. Have a safe flight home and make your trip a memorable one!