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Private Guide in Amsterdam - Drs. Kees Kaldenbach

(Member Since 2005) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Amsterdam, Marken, Gouda, Alkmaar, Rotterdam, Utrecht, Leiden, The Hague, Delft Languages: Dutch, English, German, also with a translator in Japanese and other languages

The lectures are given in easy to understand language and are available in English, Dutch or German with Japanese translations available. A very gifted speaker, Drs. KeesKaldenbach has been featured in different media outlets such as BBC2, BBC, CNN as well as national TV networks from Holland, Japan and Denmark.

Private Guide in Amsterdam

Private Guide in Amsterdam - Hans Noltes

(Member Since 2010) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Amsterdam Languages: English, German, Dutch

Hello, my name is Hans Noltes and I will be pleased to serve as your private guide in Amsterdam and many other places outside the capital. There are many places we can visit, and there’s just anything a traveler may request – architectural landmarks, beautiful landscapes, intense art and cultural activity, vivid nightlife, numerous museums, shops and galleries. And I will be glad to offer these distractions during the tours we’ll have together.

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Netherlands

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Capital: Amsterdam
Language: Dutch
Currency: Euro (EUR)

COMMENTS ABOUT Netherlands:

The Netherlands, commonly called Holland, is a western European country with a coastline along the North Sea and shared borders with Germany and Belgium. The Netherlands is famous for windmills and tulip fields, historic cities and lovely canals, cheeses and beers and art. It is a picturesque and scenic country, with beautiful countryside and impressive cities that draw visitors year round. 

Amsterdam is the most well-known Dutch city, and the most visited tourist destination in The Netherlands. Amsterdam is known for its splendid medieval architecture, especially in the Old Center, which is an area also world renowned for its Red Light District and liberal attitudes. The city has many beautiful structures, such as the Royal Palace and Oude Kerk, and many important museums including the National Museum, the Van Gogh Museum and the Ann Frank House. Just a few kilometers southeast of Amsterdam are the spectacular Keukenhof Gardens in Lisse, with over 32 hectares of tulip fields, inspirational gardens, exhibition pavilions and splendid sculpture.

The Hague is another widely visited city in Amsterdam, known as an “International City of Justice and Peace”, welcoming many foreign diplomats and ambassadors to its more than 150 global organizations, as well as inviting both Dutch and international tourists to enjoy its popular North Sea beach resorts. Binnenhof is an impressive palatial complex that includes the Knight’s Hall and is the location of the Dutch Parliament. Peace Palace, with the International Court of Justice, is another notable landmark in The Hague. Visitors here often enjoy touring nearby Delft, a medieval town noted for its iconic blue pottery and cheese. 

Just south of The Hague is Rotterdam, which although still maintaining a strong historical center and medieval architecture is also famous for its very modern architecture, as well as for an exciting nightlife, a popular artists’ community and is also the largest port city in Europe. Many North Sea cruise ships make Rotterdam a port-of-call, and the city is a popular vacation destination for visitors from the UK and Norway, and also for many Atlantic cruises, such as Holland America Cruises, that include Rotterdam in their itinerary.

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Dear Kees, My organization is hosting a summer school on the topic of women and peace-building. The summer school will include about 25 participants from across the world and will take place in the Hague. I am hoping to organize a museum visit or walking tour that links to the ...
Deborah
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