DUTCH LINKS TOURS

DUTCH LINKS TOURS

DUTCH LINKS TOURS

DUTCH LINKS TOURS

  • “British links was amazing! Our trip was first rate. The guides were true experts. We could not stump them. The hotel arrangements and restaurant reservations were flawless. The entire trip was very special and seamless. The efforts of you and your team allowed me to focus exclusively on bonding with my daughter and creating memories that will last a lifetime. Thank you.” 

    Mike Chutz (2014)

     

  • “Thank you for putting together what was a very special visit to England. We enjoyed it all! I hope that we will have the opportunity to plan travel again in the future.” 

    Cheryl

     

  • “London is one of the great tourist cities of the world… Kaplan shows some rather neat places to visit after or even before you’ve had your fill of the standard great…” 

    Maine Antique Digest

     

  • I hope you are well.  Our trip was wonderful!  You and your staff did an amazing job, as usual.  The guides you set up did a great job.

    Dan Wagner (2016)

     

  • “British links was amazing! Our trip was first rate. The guides were true experts. We could not stump them. The hotel arrangements and restaurant reservations were flawless. The entire trip was very special and seamless. The efforts of you and your team allowed me to focus exclusively on bonding with my daughter and creating memories that will last a lifetime. Thank you.” 

    Mike Chutz (2014)

     

  • “Thank you for putting together what was a very special visit to England. We enjoyed it all! I hope that we will have the opportunity to plan travel again in the future.” 

    Cheryl

     

  • “London is one of the great tourist cities of the world… Kaplan shows some rather neat places to visit after or even before you’ve had your fill of the standard great…” 

    Maine Antique Digest

     

  • I hope you are well.  Our trip was wonderful!  You and your staff did an amazing job, as usual.  The guides you set up did a great job.

    Dan Wagner (2016)

     

Welcome to Dutch Links Tours!

Artistic masterpieces, centuries-old windmills, tulip fields and romantic candlelit cafés coexist with visionary architecture, cutting-edge design and a dynamic nightlife in the Netherlands, a tiny but prosperous nation that has made a sizeable mark on the world. You will always feel a friendly welcome everywhere you go, and since English is widely spoken, you don’t have to worry about language barriers.

Some two-thirds of the country is devoted to agriculture, including beautiful rainbow fields of crocuses, daffodils, hyacinths and tulips that burst into flower each year between March and May—an ideal time for a visit.

This is the country that gave birth to Rembrandt, Vermeer, Van Gogh and Piet Mondrian. World-renowned art museums in Amsterdam, Den Haag, Rotterdam, Haarlem and Leiden feature scores of masterpieces.  Architecture buffs can discover Romanesque and Gothic medieval edifices, Dutch Renaissance palaces and romantic Golden Age gabled houses. But make no mistake: contemporary architecture – green and innovative – is a perfect reflection of a country known to protect its environment.

With fabulously pancake-flat, scenic landscapes beckoning along every last dyke, canal, river and coastal shore, cycling in the Netherlands is one of Dutch life’s greatest pleasures, even with headwinds.

Cycling for visitors is a wonderful means of exploring and getting around. Bike-rental outlets are everywhere, and the country is covered  with some 32,000 km of cycling paths, including the Dutch ‘motorways’ of cycling, the long-distance LF routes. Grab some wheels and go!

When the Dutch say café they mean a pub, and there are thousands – with glorious summertime terraces peppering flower-strewn canals, looking out to sea, hidden down ancient lanes, standing on every town’s Grote Market (market square). In a country that values socializing and conversation more than drinking, cafés are places for go-slow contemplation and camaraderie, over dusk-time borrel (‘drinks’) with bar snacks or a fabulous meal any time of day.

While Amsterdam is a must-see city, and the largest metropolis in the Netherlands, if time allows, be open to daytrips and even overnight stays in other parts of the country. Among our favorite places to visit, we highly recommend Delft and the Hague, Rotterdam, Utrecht and Den Haag, to name a few. At Dutch Links Tours, we can arrange special family reunions, including bar and bat mitzvahs in Amsterdam, organized in the footsteps of Anne Frank. So just feel free to contact Rachel so we can set you up!

Welcome to Dutch Links Tours!

Artistic masterpieces, centuries-old windmills, tulip fields and romantic candlelit cafés coexist with visionary architecture, cutting-edge design and a dynamic nightlife in the Netherlands, a tiny but prosperous nation that has made a sizeable mark on the world. You will always feel a friendly welcome everywhere you go, and since English is widely spoken, you don’t have to worry about language barriers.

Some two-thirds of the country is devoted to agriculture, including beautiful rainbow fields of crocuses, daffodils, hyacinths and tulips that burst into flower each year between March and May—an ideal time for a visit.

This is the country that gave birth to Rembrandt, Vermeer, Van Gogh and Piet Mondrian. World-renowned art museums in Amsterdam, Den Haag, Rotterdam, Haarlem and Leiden feature scores of masterpieces.  Architecture buffs can discover Romanesque and Gothic medieval edifices, Dutch Renaissance palaces and romantic Golden Age gabled houses. But make no mistake: contemporary architecture – green and innovative – is a perfect reflection of a country known to protect its environment.

With fabulously pancake-flat, scenic landscapes beckoning along every last dyke, canal, river and coastal shore, cycling in the Netherlands is one of Dutch life’s greatest pleasures, even with headwinds.Cycling for visitors is a wonderful means of exploring and getting around. Bike-rental outlets are everywhere, and the country is covered  with some 32,000 km of cycling paths, including the Dutch ‘motorways’ of cycling, the long-distance LF routes. Grab some wheels and go!

When the Dutch say café they mean a pub, and there are thousands – with glorious summertime terraces peppering flower-strewn canals, looking out to sea, hidden down ancient lanes, standing on every town’s Grote Markt (market square). In a country that values socializing and conversation more than drinking, cafés are places for go-slow contemplation and camaraderie, over dusk-time borrel (‘drinks’) with bar snacks or a fabulous meal any time of day.

While Amsterdam is a must-see city, and the largest metropolis in the Netherlands, if time allows, be open to daytrips and even overnight stays in other parts of the country. Among our favorite places to visit, we highly recommend Delft and the Hague, Rotterdam, Utrecht and Den Haag, to name a few. At Dutch Links Tours, we can arrange special family reunions, including bar and bat mitzvahs in Amsterdam, organized in the footsteps of Anne Frank. So just feel free to contact Rachel so we can set you up!

Amsterdam for Families

Dutch Tulip Mania

Dutch Day Trips

Cities Off The Beaten Path

We are pleased to announce French Links Tours intends to abide by all Covid-19 protocols in France and in the rest of the EU starting on June 9, 2021. We will take additional steps towards opening more fully on June 30,2021. We will be informing all our partners and clients of these protocols. Everyone on our team is fully vaccinated and our guests need to have vaccine passports.

Rachel Kaplan